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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
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Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
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Creation Date: May 1, 1964
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108 Naples Phones In 1940--Now We've G6fRlObOO; !



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Bridge on the Trail

FRIDAY MAY 1, 1964 10 Page 10 CENTS 40TH YEAR-NUMBER 197 Add one hour for Marco

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County Candidates Have Choices F:1: : Iir Changes In Postal



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Court Denies GOP Service Won't CutEssentialsRogers









Place On BallotTwo The limited adjustments In lobby and transact as much of

some postal services orderedIn their postal business as possible

Washington March 10 by on weekdays.The .

Postmaster General John A. postmaster emphasizedthat

Cronouskl to save $12.7 mil- no essential major ser
Two alternatives now face publicans may launch a write- ing on the ballot. The candi- lion will begin to take effectIn vices are effected under the

four county Republican candidates in campaign on behalf of the dates said the two per cent Naples and other cities May orders. There win be no

who lost their bid to four office-seekers: Spencer filing fee had been waived Feb r 6th, Postmaster J.K. Rogers change In home delivery or

be placed on the November Allendorf running for tax col- ruary 10 by the county committee said today. special delivery, for example.

ballot In a hearing this morn- lector; Murphy Combs, candi- but Adams and Mrs. Service changes planned Regular business mall deliveries

Ing before Circuit Judge Lynn date for county judge; Doyle Scott said the committee did locally Include the following. will continue as usuaL Let-

Gerald at the courthouse. Kopp, School Board district 4; not give official notification of Rogers said: ters and other first-class mall

The Judge's ruling against the and Charles R. McCool, run- Its action 1. Parcel post deliveriesto will be handled with the same

candidates may be appealed to ning for registrar. Adams this morning arguedthat 4 M the business area and to priority as ever.

the district court. Or the Re- On April 17, Judge Gerald It was Incumbent on the i e bicycle routes will be entirely The economy step, Rogers

granted a motion by County Attorney candidates to show they were curtailed on Wednesdays of explained. Is In line with Pre

James R.Adams to quasha properly qualified, and cited a each week with the exception sident Johnson's program under
petition for alternative writ 1953 case which ruled that pay INSTALLATION OF 10,000th telephone In the Naples exchange was cele- of special delivery, air parcel which the recent Federal Income

Free Cuba of mandamus which was soughtby ment of the county committee brnted yesterday by officials of the City of Naples and Inter-County Tele- post and perishables. All parcel tax cut was provided.

the candidates. The writ filing fee Is a legal condition phone Co. The historic phone, suitably inscribed, will see service on the post delivered by motor

would have ordered the four precedent to qualifying. If the desk of Mayor Archie Turner From left are Carl Holbrook, local telephone vehicle to residences Including

Force names to be certified as qua committee waives the assessment company manager ; J. N. Johnson, president of Inter-County ; D. J. rural routes will continueon Red Schism

By lified for placing on the bal- It has to submit a copyof Hilton, district manager; Turner ; and City Mnnnirer Vince Wood. New the six day basis. All

lot. At that time, Republicans' a resolution waiving It to phone also is 80,000th in Inter-County system. (NEWS photo) other postal business at "

lawyer Ralph Carson was granted the County Commission 20 days the windows will be handledas

GOP AsksWASHINGTON 10 days to amend his pea In advance of the time for qua- usual and the same office Casts Pall

tition asking for the writ. lifying. This was not done, Nikita Throws Mayor Turner Nancy Astor, hours will be observed

'WITH PREJUDICE'This Adams charged 2. Beginning Saturday. May
AP-A Re.

publican mended that council the (has Johnson recom.administration granted Adams'morning motion, the to quash Judge ing Carson candidates argued of the that right deny-to Out Warning To First Lady MP, urday 9th, and until continuing further notified each Sat the On May DayBy

tell the world it Is the auiended petition. His ruling run for office "Is hardly the Gets 10,000th following business only will be

prepared "as a last resort to was with prejudice, so the legislative Intent" of the election U.S. Over CubaMOSCOW Near DeathLONDON conducted; THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

use military force to remove In. matter Is settled on the Circuit laws requiring payment of Acceptance of registered and The Communist world held Its

ternatlonal communism from Court level. filing fees, Candidates shouldnot (AP) Premier (Af) Nancy Lady certified mall and COD par annual May Day rites today with
Cuba." The four candidates filed for be disqualified because of Khrushchev said today continued Naples PhoneOn Astor, the Virginia beauty cels. Delivery of general delivery missive outpourings of people In

Democrats Immediately fired office during the March 3-17 a "technical default on the part U.S. violations of Cuban airspace whose tongue became the ter. mall and parcel post. Moscow and Peking and the
I back, describing the stinging of the executive committee," usual tough talk about the Invincibility .
qualification period, submit "si have disastrous con. ror of the British House of Also registered and certified
GOP criticism of the adminls.tratlon's Thursday, April 30, two of communism.
he said
sequences Commons was reported near
ting a filing fee of three per mall Sale of stamps
Cuban policy as "a The blame for not paying the be Important milestones were death She is 84. But the great schism between
cent of the annual salary of the "This will a disaster, first today. and stamped paper.
crude political document achieved the the Soviet Union and Red China
fee lies on the and by Inter-County mother Is sinking fast,
office sought. This fee proper filing foremost, for those who "My The following services will
And the Democrats remem. goes
candidates, not on the execu- carry through a policy of provo. Telephone System when Its 80, said her son, the third Viscount cast its shadow over the gala
to the state Republican be discontinued
bered to remind their GOP crlt. exe- on Saturdays: celebrations The Soviets refusedto
000th telephone was Installed Astor.
lea that Fidel Castro took cutive committee. The four tive committee, Adams res- cations and aggressions against Sale of orders
over money setting attend the Peking rally and
Cuba he told a Kremlin coincidental with the 10,000thfor Relatives were called to her
Adams also this recep.
as prime minister of Cuba while did not submit a two per cent ponded, argued beside at Grimsthorpe Castle, of postage meters filingof withdrew an Invitation to a Chi.nea .
tlon for guests at Moscow's big the ,
Naples
i a Republican, Dwlht.D. El sen.! fee. for,the use of the county morning that the court had no' Sly Da) ral.y. .* The 80.000th Exchange telephone Is the Lincolnshire home of her Inquiries and claims, acceptance labor delegation to view
hower, was president. executive Jurisdiction granting the writ tht annual In
committee. Lancaster. / of trust deposits, wx parade Moscow'sRed
Only the day before, Prime a white key handset with a duufliter, Lady .
The fuss was stirred Thurs.day from an amended
up petition
I On advice of Square.
Adams
County Minister Fidel Castro of Cuba Lady Astor was the first rent collection
when the Republican Crlt. Counsel for the gold plate attached bearing East Germany Bulgaria Hun.
Clerk Margaret Scott refused Republicans had told correspondents In Ha. woman to enter the British Par. Patrons are asked to make ,
cal Issues Council peppered the to certify the four Republicans should have prepared a new petition vana he would tolerate no moreflights the following Inscription! llament In 1919, as member maximum use of the stamp gary and Czechoslovakia joinedthe
Democratic leadership with a "10.000th Telephone Naples Soviets In their boycott of
he claimed.Immokalee's
series of demands for action as qualified for list from Plymouth. vending machine located In the .
the festivities.Many
Exchange80,000thTelephone Peking
"I love politics and I love a I
against Castro. Inter-County Tele fight," she once said. She had non- ommunllt countries .

The 24.member council of phone System... Presented by plenty of buth. Elkins Naming also held May Day celebrations .
prominent Republicans, headedby Watermelon Festival to honor their labor force.
Danny Dlalfone April 30, 1964... Women's rights were her
Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, Mayor's Office, Naples Flor- great crusade and drink her Called PrematureOfficial But there were few such activities \.
younger brother of the former great aversion.For I in the United States, where
president, urged an immediateend ida"This 29 the Commons en. word has been received I labor's big holiday occurs In
to U.s. curbs on anti-Castro Puts Accent On SunFLAvorWatermelon telephone was Installed joyed her years affectionate feud with from Washington D.C., I September.The .
raisers and establishment In Strong In the office of Naples Winston Churchill, no fervent that the appointment of Ralph Soviet Union unveiled ak 1

Latin America of a Cuban gov. Mayor Archie Turner, to commemorate admirer of feminists or prohlbl. Elkins as acting postmaster j I new antiaircraft twin rocket dur.
ernment in exile. It said the Utter I
the occasion, ing a parade through Red
al watermelon Queen, were tied tion. at Marco was premature, ac- j
growers, politi. event were Ray Mills Dick Mas.
,
would rally 300,000 Cuban
In addition to Turner Square in which tens of thou.
refugees "to work openly for the clans, and beauty fraternized sey, and Bill Sentell. Other con. for melons first"place for "knowing their and Vincent P. Wood Mayor, city ma- most Churchill cither ,members In common, refused with to cording to J. Kenneth Rogers, ,lands of soldiers and workersmarched
liberation of Cuba." Thursday as Immokalee held its testants were Mitzl Canova,Rena Naples postmaster. Western
Sen. J. W, Fulbrlght, chair first watermelon festival to mark Dotson, Billie Jo Rodes, and Others participating the con. nager, the brief ceremony was peak to her for years alter she "Unfortunately, confirms- the 20.foot rocket observerslaid
test were W.G. Price, presidentof attended by J.N. Johnson, entered the House Later she appeared
the president
of "
putting watermelons
man of the Senate Foreign Re. under Vicki Valcourt tlon has not been received, to|: be for field use against planes
the Bank of
State
latlons Committee who has the "SunFLAvor" symbol, a One of the features of the Everglades, of Inter-Count/i; D.T. asked him why.Family. Rogers said. it t medium or low altitudes
called on the administration to guarantee of atop.quallty Florida festival was the judging of some Representative James L. Walker, Shearer, assistant general ma-
reappraise its Cuban policy, product under the state's new dozen watermelons by a panelof Mrs. Sara Jones, member of the nager; DJ. Hilton, district manager
Collier County Board of Educa-
said that if the Republican farm marketing program. judges from the audience Af. ; C.E. Holbrook, group
statement meant anything "it Other products already bear. ter they had been judged, the tlon Hendry,' and Sheriff E.A. (Doug) manager along with other Pet Show Tomorrow I

means we should" go to war to potatoes log the SunFLAvor and sweet seal corn.are Doyle new chief Inspector for the Depart. Conner gave evidence of being company officials. ;
oust Castro. ment of Agriculture appraisedthe Since 1940, telephones In
"fast
a talker"whenheauclioned
"I do not approve of going to Conner, State Agricultural Com. melons and cut them open| service have Increased from
off a 51-pound watermelon
war to oust Castro and I do not missioner, pointed out that the He declared that Commissioner grown
state could not boost the produceof by W.H. Immon of Immokalee. 6,765 to over 80,000 In the 10, I
believe most Americans do," W.H. (Pete) Doub, Archie Turn.er House
the Arkansas Democrat told a any one grower, but could Mayor of Naples, and Miss High bidder was John W. Camp. 000 square mile,13 county area Shelter Open Sunday
bell one of the watermelon
big served the Telephone
by
reporter. "They have too much urge the use of products meeting Carolyn King of Bartow, Nation. Inter-County -
common sense to believe that the specifications and requirements producers of the country, who System In South, Central
of the SunFLAvor seal paid $200 for It, The money and Southwest old animal shelter Refresh with students
the small Island of Cuba Is a Florida. A Tomorrow Is the big day for of Carver, Lake
directly dangerous threat to the "This seal should become sucha Texas DA Claims was turned over to Frank War. total of 15,000 telephones have all\ pets In Collier County at merit will be served Including Park, Shadowlawn and St. Anne's
United States. symbol of quality that house rlner for the Immokalee MlrrantWorkers' been gained In the past 19 the Humane Society's first an. punch and cookies furnished by vlelng for cash awards This
wives can unhesitatingly buy with Jack Ruby Sane Fund and Campbell In months since the 65,000th tele nual family pet fair and Mrs Ed Cope Smith, Mrs. Frank contest will be judged by mem. ,

confidence any product carrying DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Dlst. turn sliced donated and the melon to be phone was Installed In the new "alumni reunion" of adoptees/, In Clayton and Mrs.Herbert Kengel. bens of the Naples Art Assocla.
It, he said up distributed among This event 1'111take\ place be. tlon and Humane
Atty. Henry Wade concedes that Collier Government the Gambler Park ball field at Society on Fri.
U.CanadianMarket Joy Glidden, 17, Immokalee condemned slayer Jack Ruby the migrant workers' children County 10:30 a.m. Open to everybodyfrom tween 12 and 3 p.m., and the day afternoon, with a $5 first

high School senior, was chosen may have deteriorated physical. At the conclusion of the pro. Complex. 6 to 96, this fair will open I public Is Invited prize, $3 second prize, and f 1
the watermelon queen for 1964, ly and mentally since his trial, gram, the first truck loads of A part of this growth was the celebration of the first an. Also nearing completion la a third prizebefngawardedlothreestudents
while Jackie Lynn, 17, also an but said he believes the con. melons bearing the SunFLAvorseal realized during the period from nlversary of the Soclety'sanlmal "Be Kind to Animals Week" from each school next
Talks Immokalee High School Senior demned slayer remains legally left the Farmer's market 1940 to 1950 when system- shelter during "National Be Kind I poster contest under the chair. week.

was runner up. Judges for the sane. where the festival was held. wide telephones Increased by To Animals Week" May 2.9.I I nrunahlp of Mrs.Clifford Wenzel, (CoBtlBiMd oa gage 10)

6,154; however, the most significant Admittance Is free and pedl.

gains materializedfrom gree won't matter) Any type
Bogged DownOTTAWA 1950 to the present day. pet Is eligible as long as It Is

During this latter period, tele- In good health, on a leash or In
some type of rantalner, and cur
phones In service Increasedby
(AP) Proposalsfor
r rent license tags are displayedon
limited U.s.-Canadian 73,836.
a Y tYr all dog entries. Co.chalr,
common market failed to make BIG NAPLES JUMP men for the event are Mrs Ruby A
at a cabinet-level re.
headway economic This total system growth was Llnd and Mrs. Alice Timberlake,
view lems.U.S.. of Joint probe greatly aided by the telephone and entry blanks will be availableat

Increase In the Naples Ex the park before the fair These
Treasury Secretary C.
Douglas Dillon and Canadian change. Since 1940 telephoneshave should be completed and broughtto

Foreign Secretary Paul Martin, Increased here from 108 the registration desk NO .. .
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to get anexhibitor's .
LATER than 10:15 a.m. "
leader of their delegations for to over 10,000, at the present will '.. .
the talks Wednesday and Thursday time. As was typical with the tag The audience ,. ,
have complete view of the en. \,
a l
said mutual understandingof system growth, most of the tire affair from shaded grand J.--..... .... ", .
economic problems had 1m. Increase In Naples has materialized stand seats.Many /i i U ; '.
proved but they reported no ma. since 1950, when expected
unusual pets a re
jor agreements on unresolved there a total of 665 f:. .
was
HtITj"J only from mice to monkeys, including .
problems. telephones. hamsters, ducks, fish, turtles, f1! ''' ,
Dillon added that the Idea ota "
birds and rabbits, along with ,
duty-free flow d goods between 4'd (Continued on page 10) ,
and cats.A ,
the ever.popular dogs
the two countries had not ".:I f'' ... .
parade of all pets will begin < '
been discussed In any detail. L.:1:1 i Meet TheCandidates the fair, and animals will then ; .
each
Although country is the
: be taken to marked compoundsuntil .r; .. :
other's largest customer, pro. t '
their class Is presented In : Po
posals to establish a single U.S.. .
i the ring. ...
Canadian market remain tangled

In polities. U.s. Undersea In this Issue, Primary candl. categories\Prizes will are be awarded pr.nnt.d,1ol.after NOT ABOUT to keep it under his hat, this handsome -. y
d State dates for School Board, District
rotary George W. Ball
4 I lowed by an honorable mention longhaired 1 1-year-old male cat wants every.
broached the Idea In a speech reply to questions posed by
parade with awards for most de. body to know about the Family Pet Fair
last week, but his suggestionwas tM: NEWS. Running for the of. "alumni l
criticized here u a threat lice are Democrats Henry B. serving non-winners. Refresh reunion" open house, poster contests, and films

Canadian economic Independ.ence. PROCLAMATION recognizing May 1 as "LAW DAY-USA" was issued Watkins Jr., and CJ. Copley manta will be available should for to b? shown In the schools celebrating the first t

yesterday by Mayor Archie Turner. From left, looking on as the mayor I and Republican Doyle Kopp.In people provided, but for water pets by dishes their owners anniversary of jollier, County's first and only animal -

The talks also failed to achieve signed the document are Attorney Ben Parks, chairman of Law Day. Sunday's edition, the last shelter during "National Be Kind to Animals
4>f the series will On Sunday, May 3, Mrs D.R.
" any al Canadian agreement tariff on a incentive controverai.\ USA; Sheriff E. A. Doug Hendry; City Attorney David Spingler, City he t: answers political of A.C. Hancock carry and House, Jr., accompanied by other Week," May 29. This feline" who holds the title

to encourage production pro.gram of Judge Tom Brown, president of the Collier County Bar Association ; and Cecil Drake, Candidates (for Com. Society officials, will be hostessat of "Animal of the Day, is just one of many beIng .

auto parts In Canada. Police Chief Ben Caruthers. See proclamation Inside (NEWS photo) I mission District 1. an "open house" at the year offered for adoption in time for the fair.




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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, May I, 196C eq
Prodigal Son


Panhellenic Tea ProclamationOn DIRECTORY
Sermon SundayBy CHURCH

Set For SundayThe


Greater Naples panhell. Law Day Rev. Stump AAA A AAX nnnnnnoooooooooooo.. .. .imr.
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I'nit: Association wilt honor fu. )u- w aA 'UUVVVVUUVUUUUUUUUUUV "IMM-O-i LEBMETHODIST
fit. The Reverend John W. Stump y CHURCH
turn inUege bound Mnlors at a WHEREAS It is especially FIRST BAPTIST
tea in the home of Mrs Frank ting at this time that each of us, will preach on the topic "The OF NAPLES CHURCI

ilttpnien\ 2200 Forest Lane as cltl/ens of this great nation, One Who Stays Home" this Sun. Rev Richard Howe, Pastor
1 3 should'r IJtlnWh I d< ''11 j>un >f Woltdlh the Supremacy His sermon will deal Morning Worship, 1:10 A 11
4 ruW/
p.m. 15a.m.
School .. J:
Assisting Mrs. Crltteoden wU) r.wSm brit by laws rather with the attitude of the older Sunday Sunday School, ':41 .....

be Mr- Ellsa ThorwarjUMrs. 'f h" and brother regarding the return of .. IftSOa.m. Jr. Intermediate and Sr.
'WHEREAS the Congress of the the younger brother In the pal ableof Morning Worship
Ka' derson) and MrsxjfytwUr'jok. M.Y.F., .:10 p.m.
> The oftjfie tea 'United States, and the Presidentby the ProdlralSon. & 7:30
purpose Evening Worship,
This sermon is the second In t Training Union 6:30p.m p.m.
official proclamation, have
Mrs iitti-nden; explained, will TUESDAY

'.a t, acquaint the girls with designated May las Law Day USA a series on the parable of the Worship 7:30p.m, Men's Prayer Service 7 p.m.
Prodigal Son Evening
begun on Sunday
'T, i'ltlife\ on a collate cam. The basic alms of Law Day are Choir Practice, 8.00: p.m.
pus and what to expect during to foster Increased respect for Apr1l19th. WEDNESDAY
,rlentati jf their college life. law, for independent courts which On Sunday evening May' 3,, Service
Midweek Prayer
uphold the law, and for a deeper Orientation Seminars will be. ,
There will be a board at Mn.rrittendci
,,'s house displaying awareness of the benefits and gin for new members at 7p.m.In WEDNESDAY Adult fc Children, 7:30 p.m.
Spencer Fellowship Hall. This
pins ot different sorotitles. Mrs. responsibilities of citizenship ., 7:30p.mFIRST ,.
I group will be received on June Prayer Meeting
rlttenden said the tea will nut
andWHEREAS, liberty and equal. Uth. Any members of the church IMMOKALEE
be a "rush party" and that any. ity for the Individual are what who wish to attend are invited. CHURCH OF GOP

not one already wishing!!: to received attend,an who Invitation has. distinguish our system of govern The Child Study Croup,usually ASSEMBLYOF Pastor: Rev 0. P. 0.0.....

should ment from communism, under meeting on Mondays, will meet Sunday School 10 a.m.
contact Mrs. Don a GODMindowluwn
which millions of people today Thursday, May 7 at 10 a.m. The Morning Worship 11 a.m.
School Bam College Naples girls Senior already High live in fear and tyranny. No topic of discussion will be the LEE: OSWALD'S DAUGHTER BAPTIZED-Father Dimitri Royster of St Seraphim Eastern Ave., E. N p't' Evening Worship 7:36 p.m.

better time could be chosen to social development of children. Orthodox Church baptizes the youngest daughter of Mrs. Marina Oswald in Dallas. Rev. H.M. Snow
active In a sorority, are also
invited. call public attention to our great The leader will be Miss Polly Rachael 6 months old. Mrs. Oswald's eldest daughter, Junie, at left, is 3 years old. At Sunday School 10 am.

heritage of Individual liberty un. Williams. right is Mrs. Declan Ford a Russian-born friend of Mrs. Oswald. Morning: Worship 11 a.in. EVERGLADES

der Iotw.OWTIEREFORE. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. COMMUNITY CHURCH
ARCHIE Youth Service -. Tuesdayat
Rev. H. G. Welsbecker, paster
TURNER, By vlrute of the author. Garza Naples JaybeesTo 7:30 p.m.Midweek .
S.nday School 10 a.m.
VOTE Ity vested in me as Mayor of the Miami Catholic Diocese Service -- Thursday -
Graveside services will be Morning Worship 11 a.m.
I City of Naples, Florida do here Hold Dance it 730 p.m.
TUESDAY by proclaim Friday, May 1,1964, held at 9 o'clock Monday morn-

as LAW DAY USA In the City of Ing In Naples Memorial Car- On Prom NightPlans GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH

Re-Elect Naples, Florida, and call upon dens for Jose Rodolfo Garza, Points To Solid Growth Guilford .Rd., Guilford Acres EVERGLADES BAPTIST
for dance and break.
all citizens, organizations, and day old son of Mr. and Mrs. a E. C. Bealrd Pastor CHAPELI'latorl

schools to recognize this special Ismael Gam of Immokalee, fast are Ineligible for high school to attend students the Junior who M1AM1--U.S. Catholics, Including fleets an Increase of 788 In Dominion Rd., Avalon Estates Rev Eric C. Weldon

day with suitable programs, cere who died Thursday at Naples Prom next Saturday night, May 9, those living abroad, the year and 10,249 In ten East Naples Sunday School 9:45: ass
monies and educational actlvl. SUNDAY SERVICES Worship
ties. Community Hospital. The EarlG were made at the regular meet. have Increased by more than years. Services .It s.m.1.6 p.m.
00
Bible School 1ft a.m.\
IN WITNESS WHEREOFIhave Hodges Funeral Chapel is Ing last night of the Naples Jay. one million In the put year, There are 58 brothers sere :
.
11:00
Morning Worship : a.m.Tiaininir
set my hand and seal of the City making the arrangements. bees In the Recreation Center, and 35,337 of the Increase was ing in the diocese; 856 sistersIn Service 7:00 Training Union .. .. 7 p.m.

(if Naples, on this 30th day of Desldes his parents, the according to Charles Holt.presi. In the Diocese of Miami, comprising the schools and hospitalsand 8:00 p.m.
Evening Worship : pm.
April, nineteen hundred and sixty baby Is survived by four bro- dent.Further 16 counties of southern other Institutions. Teachers WED. EVENING SERV. Midweek Prayer Service .8 p.m.

four. thers and. four sisters, all living details will be an. Florida. In the Catholic schoolsnow and
Bible
nounced later after a place to Study COPELAND
ARCHIE TURNER, MAYOR In Immokalee. Catholics In this diocese number 1,124.
hold the dance has been secur now Prayer, Service 7:30: p.m. BAPTIST
ATTEbTt ed. number 426,987; and parochial Five hospitals In the dio- Choir Practice 8:15: p.m. MISSION

Members of the group also elementary school enrollmentof cese treated a total of 132, Rev. Clyde Marti

Elsie Clerk Lehman, Play Cancelled voted their appreciation for the 29,778 represents a rise of 327 patters Dependent children Sunday School 10 a....

City When Tom Sawyer work and time spent with them 769. totaled 180, Including 34 TRINITYBY.THECOVEEPISCOPAL Worship Service

by Henry Caballero, the Naples These and other data as of Jan. In orphanages and Infant asylums CHURCH 11 a.m. and 7:80: p.m.

Gets Chicken Pox Jaycee adviser, and Jack Slot 1, 1964, are provided In the and 146 In foster homes.In Port Royal Prayer M..UDr'W.dne.d.
.
I .Lnd, ,iii It". "' ....... In dI tag, his assistant.The at I
Just published Official Catholic three homes for the aged lie n r. Richard T. Lambert ,* p.m.
KETCHIKAN Alaska AP-
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This announcement made Directory of P.J. Kenedy & there were 190 guests. Sunday Services
was
-- -- :,: :"I II.: ; .ni 1 ;eI UK" :I.\.I;:::i HIMS I by the White Cliff Elementary V\rates' which was to have Sons of New York. There were 874 converts dur- Holy Communion, 8:00: a.m.
E. A. DOUG HENDRY I h I, ,i' d i I t.., J been presented at the Monday CHOIEOL08BEECHURCH
I I I ,I. 11111. I h, .11I.1 nn nih I School Parent-Teacher Association night meeting was canceled. In the United States more ing the past year 7,417 Infant Family Worship, Church OF GOD

I Sheriffs \, "c"I I, '" I Thursday. Tom came down with the chick. than six million now attend baptisms; 2065 marriages and School and Sermon 1ft00 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.

"The play 'Tom Sawyer and fn pox." Catholic schools. a record and 2,290 deaths. WednesdayHoly Morning Worship 11 s...

a rise of more than 100,000
Communion, 9:30 a.m.
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UIIIIIIHIIIIH.; within the year. Altogether, Holy Days

more than 10 million are tinder Methodist Adult Communion at 8:00 am. MARCO CIIUACH OF GOD

.. Ira D. HaMecK, paster
Catholic instruction Including --
Class Meets At Morning Worship 11 a.m.
those
taughtunder"released -

1 Yo: Arc CordiaInvited time" arrangementswith Seagate SaturdayMembers FIRST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN OF NAPLES Evening Worship 7:15 pja.

II public schools, as well as
Third Ave., So. & Sixth St.
In religious vacation schools of the adult discussion Rev. John W. Stump GOODLAND MISSION

and other classes. class of the First Meth- Sunday School 9:30: a.m. OF OUR 8AVIOUF

The rise In number of Catholics odist Church will meet at 6 Services on Sunday Sunday School, 9 a.m.

Richards Roofing Service. 10* &*tttcncl j the C hircIz to 44,874,371 from 43, o'clock Saturday night at the 9::\0 a.m. Rev. Richard T. Lambert

Phone_MI I4M1--.J Niplet' 851,538 when the year began, Seagate Beach house.

Hardware I occurred despite decline In the While this Is a covered dish ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC3rd

Sunshine number of converts to 123,986 supper, members are asked to St. & 10th Ave., So. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES

You Complete 5m Ave Hardwire. So. Store1MI I smallest In 11 years bring their own meat for cook- Father Bernard.L. L. Hickey Kingdom Hall 107th Avenue

--- 'f Y. Among the 28 archdiocesesand ing. Sunday Massea..6.8.lo.U..m. Minister Wallace Endres

Naples Rexall Store a ,',.." .... .. rioicc 120 dioceses listed In the weekdays 7, a.m. only Bible! Sludy Wed. 8 p.m.

100 sin Av.. S*:' I""j'i51" !- r I"' directory, the'Diocese of Mf' Confessions: Saturday Minister School'Iht,1:30'p.m.: :

.'* ami'now ranks 26th/It Is out Methodists Will 4 to 5 p,m. and 7 to 8 ji.m. Service Meeting Frt'8:30; : IKM.' S.

The Bank of Naples ranked In size only by 16 arch- Sunday School 9 a.m. Public Address Sunday 5:30 p.m. >

'Qrowin with N.ple..nd These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church dioceses and 9 dioceses, and Is Hold Family NightThe Confraternity Class of WfcUh Tower Study Sun 6:45 p.m
;oMier County Smct IM1'M.mb.r
r 01 C. and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. larger than 12 archdioceses and family night covered dish Mondays Christian ut Doctrine 7UO:: p.m.\ CHRISTIAN

110 other dioceses. supper of the First Methodist CHURCH OF NAPLES

Hartley's Variety Store The astonishing growth of Church of Naples will be held Mandarin Dr. Coquina Sands

14 Ninth 5t..,, aoulhBob's the Diocese of Miami Is Indicated Wednesday night May 6, EAST NAPLES MinisterDr.
--- CHURCH
by the fact that the The program will be high- BAPTIST Rodger Nooe

Pastry Shop population represents shadowlawn Ave., East Naplen Bible School 9.45: .
present year's lifted: by the new colored film, s m.
.. ..
110
*lh I' N MI 11710 Rev Ledits Barge, Paater Church"
Fr.ih Bik.d Good Duly" an Increase of 241, "Conversion Plus", which Service 11 a.m.

:_ 897 Catholics or 1317')* In the deals with man's relation- Sunday Choir Practice\ Wednesday 7:80:

Naples Federal Savings five year period of Its history. ship with God and how It affects Sunday School 10:00: a.m. Vesper service 6 p.m. Suittay

and Loan Association r i I When the' diocese was createdin his business and his Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST
e Training Union 7:00:
1958 the official p.m.
toO 5th AVI, la. -MI KISSJim's put at 185,000. populationwas family. Evening! Worship 8:00: p.m. Tamlaml Trail at 14th Ave. N.

Charles barton 11. minister
SunocoLt.tome q The record In the field of WednesdayMid

GUlr.nt..d Mulll.rtMl I education In this half decade Week Sunday

1 N.pln, fl.. has been notable. Elementary Columbia ProfSees Prayer Service 7:30:: p.m. Bible study 10 a.m.

Wt Qiv. ".mp, qs r .t t' schools Increased from 51 to ,*.du)', Choir Practice 8:15: p.m. Morning worship 11 a.m.

y \ 63 and enrollment from 22,009to Evening worship 7:30: p.m.
Naples Coin laundry ( j
< 7 NAPLES PARK WednesdayBible
while schools
29,925
high
Speed Quoin Wuhert IBis e ;
Chaos In
Boy With t have shown a gain from 11 to BAPTIST CHURCH Xiidy 9-30 p.m.

Hwy 41 N, & Whitmin Blvd f 22 with enrollment from lie,. Marion E. Wacaser GRACE LUTHERAN
UP up
14 Noun N. Niplet sr. f Sunday School 10 a.m. CHURCH OF NAPLES
4 d
2,294 to 6,758
W Hoerr, Owner ,.v.. ,v ., Morning Worship 11 a.m. Missouri SynodU.
f
The number of full time pupils
C 1 In Catholic and Prayer Bill Evening Womhlp 7:30: pm. S. 41 and 12th Ave., No.
Naples Furniture Co. iJ9M elementary
? Tiayer Meeting Wed. 7:30: p.m. Pastor
No Timleml Trill [ 'a*.. a t' y high schools In this diocese Is WASHINGTON AP-A con. Rev George W Price
I And (
vdr 36,536. this figure does
BB Builders Specialties 4 stitutional amendment to permit FIRST METHODISTs Sunday School a.m.
not Include the students three
Trill North Ml MM ) at prayers In the public CHURCH OF NAPLES Church Service 10.30: am
hf 7 / If Catholic colleges In the area Holy Communion
Plywood Door Buildiri HdweSchldso would produce "an utterly 1m. Flint Avenue, S. A: Fourth St.
RUMWIH Dour Loek.M with a total enrollment of 1,022. possible and chaotic situation"says C Parham First Sunday each Month
Pastor Rev. Harry
In addition to these there are a Columbia University pro.
Sunday Worship 'II a.m.Sun. .
lamplighter Cafetsria 6,758 students In 22 high .fessor.
\ Eve Worship Serv: at 1:30'Sund.y
FIRST
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Downtown US, 41 Se.el schools. Also there are 25, Testifying before the House
School, 9:45: a.m.
4 Cornen Niplei. (He. a e 878 boys and girls In public Judiciary Committee, Prof. Phil. Junior Intermediate and SCIENTIST

grade and high schools who ip H. Phenix predicted it would Central Avenue at Otis Sheet
C A, Anderson' Senior Fellowship, 6 p.m.
are attending religious classes require a national agency to sup. Sunday Service 11 :00 a.m.Sunday .
Interior A Ext.ror, ? i' ervlse the various religious ex. Prayer Meeting School 11:00 u.m.
Painting !r'f In their free time, principally -
OKoretinsW.llp.p.rm ce under erclses that would blossom un. Wednesday at 8 p.m. Wed. Evening Meeting 8 p.nl.
direction of the Con-
der such amendment. Reading Room Park
an (20 St.
Phone Ml It?]} po. Sot miNipln e fraternity of Christian Doc-
riorldi r L a Phenix was one of three wit. ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC Mon.Wed.. -Frt.
trine. This makes a total of nesses who opposed CHURCH
any prayer 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Marathon Dredging Corp.Minne 62,414 receiving Instruction In amendment Thursday after the Igll Building corner of
Conitruction end a! S l 1 ? their faith. committee heard strong en. Goodwin Street and the Trail CHURCH OF GOD
Lend Development There are In the diocese 214 dorsements of school prayers by Bonita Spring Cor. 10th St. & 11th Ave., N.

Ml 14321 N.pl.sIerld.. priests, 122 diocesan and 92 Roman Catholic Bishop FultonJ. Father Joseph E. Beaumont Rev. David Lanier

-Trail THE CHURCH FOR AU "Don't forget Tippy's treat1"! Even if we're a bit members of religious orders. Sheen of New York and Ala Sunday Masses 7:30: 9.30 ..", Sunday School 10 a.m.

Builders Supply All FOR THE CHURCHTheUuuih late leaving for church, Susan and Mark[ must take The national total of priests, bama's Gov. George C. Wai. Confession: Prior to Morning Worship 11 u.m

Company t their paper bag of urpriAeA for Tippy the I'Cluil'l'e.1.r..l'tIl"IIII..ll'lhlill'th..huilol. 57,328 largest recorded, re- lace.Phenix S""Hay Masses Evangelistic Service 7:30 pm.
n< theIratwl I said the Tuesday Meeting
principle of Player
Niploi, Flirldl :
Tippy lives in the park beside the church, and l1eilWest 1 government action in religiouslife 7:30: p,m.

Coast Furniture Jill of dIM.h'It'I' ,mil t li'Nxl one of many happy, heart-uarming: things that our Cardinal Cushing'sLife established by such an| IMMOKALEE FIRST Thursday YPE 7:30: p.m.

Complete 'Intinort iitl/oituhip! It i IK d i 1",' .hllll'"- family look forward to on Sundays. amendment would open the way BAPTIST CHURCH

160 IIh Ave (a. Niplei, F'd nurilu.il| I milieuitlhnu: ThreatenedNORWOOD for government suppression of Pastor Rev. L. E. Daniel
:: :: : : \Ve rearing children in the Christian faith
mriinit, ihurili. neither are our religion .VortMp 11 am, & 7:30 p.m. EMMANUEL: LUTHEK\H

Charles R. leBuff rtrmiHi.uv' mir iiMli/.iium becausee know from our men experience how moth Miss. (AP- "It is t matter of simple i BONITA SPRINGSASSEMBLY CHURCH OF NAPLES

Cabinet Shop inn mil MMTlifiv .". 'tout' it means to young people growing up. Without a righteoU1111 police Richard guard Cardinal during Cushing a visit had here a logic," he said, "that we Ameri. OF GOD (L.C.A

Detiil' Cibinou, Furniture Rtplir, |1"\11011 *Y'd.Nille h"ul i Antique Reproduction tional protection of religious liberties School 10 a.m. ,111 the MoorinirnPuUr .
rr|[uldrl rod eui|'|curt I the trouble. they received word a
40 tJth St. S*. Ml MSUJimmie and at the same time au. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Dr. Harland I). Fas>
'
Inn-ill Tlu'\ '1'I.: I. Fur In* threat had been made to his
imn *,iko. i iji 1 hir hi* ilnlilirn Already Susan and Mark are learning to trust t I life thorlze the public schools to i Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 9 a.m.

Gibbs '* *..ikii 1,11 i For the e.1.ikiof > in the lining protection of God! and to turn to Him Cardinal Cushing was at St. conduct religious exercises in. Prayer Meeting Wed. I p.m Church Service 10:30: 4).1\,.

Pl tirlnf t Masonry Contractor his it>miminiitml, n.itinn with their little problems. Through the tories of Catherine's Church at the instalL volvlng prayers" and Scripture ,
Phone Ml 1.110 '
(!(4))I""r lilt* ,.,,1.. ,,t tlu> thurthUiMlf lit Ion of a new pastor when readings. GOSPEL
Jesus to understand what it
they are beginning metros Virgil M. of CENTRAL BAPTIST
wlmli I In imn.iliiiul Rogers Washing. CHURCH
Van Der Veer : ,,. ..I"I>|iuri*' I'l.in:::: to' follow Him. We pray that this 'childhood pattern Chief police James got word M. of the threat. ton, D.C., a former public school COMMUNITY' CHl.Rt'1IRn.
Murphy escort Now
Music Center to HO to church rt'iiiilnrlxnn will strengthen and form a steadfast foundation for ed the prelate from the altar, superintendent and dean at Syr., Don Paulson, pastor meeting North On Masonic The Trail Temple
Complete Instruction Diportment <1 rend ''.III' Hililo il.uK acuse University, said the Issue i Rev George Paulson
whole li\"e:4.l\o four ot his
the of their parents could ask for more. and with men lur.
In my InstrumentSHEET jefore the committee was not assistant
I rounding the cardinal, escorted pastor Rev Oscar McCollum

14 tin St.MUSIC N DEPT Ml leiW Couvriiihl 1964. kiwIM AhfrtiuiujSenke. In*.. Siruburii Mm to the parish rectory. the desirability of prayer "but Dominion Dr., Avalon Estates
:he right of the individual childor Sunday School 10a.m.
declined
Police to give any ; South Naples
Sunday Monday"' TuesdayWe 1 'L i a .--SS" I'wlmsIP117:1.11,. N'ahum II Cotinthlans Kpheilaru I Timothy I Peter religious matters uncnerced Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship t> rvlce l1 a.m.

: 1:1-7: 0:6-15: 3:11-21: l :S-10 5:1-11: oy the state. Morning worship n I.m. Bible
Naples Laundry & Leo Pfeffer, a New York at. Sunday evening 7 (un. Classes 8:30 pan.

Cleaners The Project AJtollo spat cap I|lorney and general counsel for Wed prayer service 7: (\0 p.m. Evening Service 7:30 p.m..
Inc.
I auto that will lake three sinnauta ,- I the American Jewish Congress, .
INS IM Ave. t. Ml I *4UOne '
the will
to moon trarl24,2Od
Day Service Av.ol...." :said proponents of the various ;MITE -: Tfcin directory will appear regularly rack week !:
miles hour
an on its va' I amendments to permit public
out of he earth's and mi" the school have built ,the :NEWS. All churches' in she covM* are urged !. phone ororlt.
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Harbor 1t M-- !mmokalee News Friday May 1, IW __

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r BY MRS W. M. GARRETT

Bow LineBY t ".-- ., n ..,9. ttrrAMwtls ." : tNI1MwGINMneMIM.MIMe LBJ Sees Luci

a ew :t Mr and Mrs. LD. Day spent Crawford and assistant Mrs.Don
\ : last weekend In Dad City tending McCarty, and second trade Crowned Apple
NOUIE ROGERS ': ) to business Brownies with their leader Mrs.

': Mr. J.B. Adams took her Walter Garrett and assistantMrs.
A sincere wish for health and fet supper were Mr. and Mrs. y '. ", If, daughter Fay back to the University Tommy Lancaster wenton Blossom Queen
happiness to the following kids Charles Schubert, Mr. and Mrs. of South Florida this week. a camping trip Friday. The
In Naples Land-Yacht Harbor who Lloyd Uhl, Mr. and Mrs. Alter Grady Westmorland went with Junior Scouts aided the Brown. WINCHESTER va. (AP) -
have birthdays In May Newel Haig and Mr. and Mrs. Harold .i" them Mrs. Admit and Mrs. tea by showing them camp skills, Duly crowned queen of; the
Cornish, Hugo Kaiser, Chassli Hulpleu, During the evening, i ( Westmorland will visit Mr. and making tires and other safety Shenandoah Apple Blossom Fes

Calmer, Charlie Schreck, Flor. I heard one of the best stories .. Mrs Dick Willis In Mulberryon measures The Brownies are tlval. Lucl Barnes Johnson
.nee Schalble, Edith 6choUCle I have heard In ages. Now .., .... ', their way home, learning outdoor skills In pre. turned belle of the ball at her
Wood, Edith Ekeldon, Homer Stevens just don't read It and grin '" ... James Ray Johnson arrived pa rat Ion for a trip to camp at coronation day ceremony.
and my own Pappy. J. Ken think about It a bit and I bet you, home Friday from camp Lejeune Lake Camllle In Lehlgh Acres. She danced until after midnight *
enth. For what It'. worth to you, too, will laugh loud and long. N.C., to spend a 15.day leave with Other mother going were Mrs. and when she expertly
Just want you to know your birthstone It seems this short and thin man his parent, Mr. and Mr*.James Doris Wolf and Mr*. Henry swung Into a frug a spectatortold
Is emerald and your flower raised large Percheron horses Johnson. Pementor. hem "Boy after dancing
ts 1 Illy of the valley. So now you and one day he was leading a The annual homecoming of the Day camp folders have been like that, there's not a Kepubll*
know| big Percheron from the barn First Methodist church will be sent home with all Scouts and can left In the state of Vir

Had a nice note from Peg and when it snorted, reared up In : J held Sunday, May 3. The Rev Brownies so that parents may ginia."
Walter Bond, who tell me the the air, leaving the poor man Charles Hamilton of College fill In the application forma In the last three presidential
more they drive and look, the dangling in the air on the halt. + t r Heights Methodist Church In which must be returned to troop el.cUolI. Virginia has voted
happier they are to have picked er rope .. yelling at the top of Lakeland" will be guest speakerat leaders or to Mrs Richard Stan. Republican. The Johnson -
Naples as their winter home his voice: "What In heck's the the 11 a.m. service. Mothers ley by May 7th together with President, First Lady and 16

They're tellln' us, eh? matter with you, you dratted HOURS OF HARD WORK will bring a basket lunch and the $3 fee Camp will be heldat yearold Luci-made apple bios*
The Howard Imbodens and the idiot don't you now who's go everyone will spread lunch to. Lehlgh Acres, June 812. The sum history here and there
Wright Thompsons stopped in to boss". into the staging of any dra. tether Everyone Is cordially fee Includes lunch for four days, were some observers who
say goodbye Sunday.The Thomp. Haven't heard of any Rain. matte eduction. At right Invited to attend. drink every day, program sup. thought it might Just have
sons will go back to their large makers around here but each day Charles McCool, director of plies, and Insurance. Transpor something to do with the 1964

farm !in Priceton. W.Va. while the clouds are coming closer, In The Mouse that Roared which HONORED BY SHOWER tatlon to and from camp must presidential campaign.
the Imbodens will stop at Farm. fact, today driving out to Big will be produced here Friday Miss PrlcilU Williams, bride. be provided by parent President Johnson drove 70

vine, Va., tn visit their daugh. Cypress my windshield actually and Saturday nights of next elect of Gene Roades was honor Mrs. Willard M. Craneyhadasher miles from Washington and
ter and family, Elenore and Don got wet. It's lovely out on the ed with a miscellaneous shower guest this week her sister back Thursday Just to spend 49
aid Drake and grandson, Bob,. golf course at Big Cypress week" at the Naples Junior High at the Methodist Fellowship hall Mrs. Ed Ratllff, from Tltusvllle. minutes watching his daughter
then &4t ?14p/a/ School, I. shown during the r*. Mrs Dallas Townsend Mrs. crowned Queen Shenandoah
on home to Pulaski, Va., early In the morning. Charlesand I Monday night hostesses were ,
to return here in November.Tom. Ehtel Holton are nice enough ,- htaiftals of the play. In the Mltzle Conover, Jackie Lynn James Cllddt-n, and Mrs. Henry XXXVD In colorful pageantry
my (Mr. Wright Thompson toyou]) to put up with me and am I have l By Sue Glover picture at left, Paul Gomes la and Joan Conyer. Grant attended a workshop for at Handley High School's huge
tells us he will return this sum. ing fun? Even when I play In the MI 3HSOTT not talking to himAelf as one The color scheme of yellow workers In Bible School at va. grassy stadium.
mer to harvest his fruit I baby alii out cation Bible School Institute, Today Mrs. Johnson travelsthe
cropon rough see squirrels might think, but is talking to pink and blue was carried
the trees he set out. Hope gators, and today a friendly blue The regular meeting of the East Naples should be proudto In the decorations. Games were Wesley Memorial Church Ft. same route to Join Lucl at
they ripen early so I can help racer snake watched us play on East Naples Civic Association be part of. Why don't you "the mouie. (NEWS photo) played and prizes won by Joyce Myers Tuesday. the 3'/fc' hour grand feature par.

him out by picking them be. number 3 green. We finally got scheduled to be held Tuesday plan to attend the next meet- Glidden, Bonnie Goodwin. And Mrs. Walter Garrett Is no ade, with 200 marching units,
fore he arrives now don't start the postmaster on the golf course May 5, has been postponed wart are on their way to California Mrs. Warren Canova. Others attending longer telling Avon product elaborate float, bands and a
Jumping to conclusions don't for the first time, last Saturdayand one week and will be held Ing.I think I will start a move to visit Mrs. Stewart'sfather were Elaine Thomas, She has turned her territoryover division of antique automobiles
Intend to steal any but I figure I of him I He and then they will go on to Mrs. Christine Me. Lucille Ball, an actress Is
was proud put May 12, due to the May 5th ment to advocate T.V. viewIng Linda Llttlefleld, Diane Heath,
I'd get'em first, that would keep on his new yellow cap, struttedout election. The 12 by all children from the to Oregon where they plan to Janice Glidden, Sandra Whldden Brute. She wishes to thank grand marshal of the paradeand
somebody else from stealing on the first tee and proceededto May meeting home school spend the summer. Connie Carter, Terry Drown all her friends who made her Lucl la to ride on a royal
from
will be covered dish time
a they get float
them *. see smartyl slice his nice new ball into the sup- Mrs. Amy Overholser of Ko- Bernadette Black, Cecilia Clack work with Avon a success and
per beginning at 6:30. The until bedtime. Maybe that would hopes to keep" In contact with The President's appearance
middle of the lake. Without bat. koino, Ind., U visiting her mother Cynthia Lynn, SUSol.lDaniels, |
NICE PARTYOn ting an eye, he teed up anothernew East Naples Civic Association keep them off the phone. I Mrs Daisy Gardner of Vicki Valcourt Sherry Herrln, them by gathering news it.m.tor Thursday was unannounced.
Saturday night the James ball and, believe It or not, board meeting was held Tues- haven't been able to use mine Shores. Joyce Rhodes, Caroline Rask, ( the paper from them. Even Lucl said she never expected

Sleverts of Sorrento Gardens put it In exactly the same spot. day night at the home of President without standing in line for Harmony Florence Albln of Harmony Jan Price Mrs. Ralph Goodwin, him to come.
Mrs.
gave a lovely party for our card I found about then that I could BUI Edwards. Bill Ed- better than an hour every night Mrs. Casy Rocles, Mrs. Edit h! AUXILIARY REPORT
club, honoring the Don Hornby's not watch that third new ball wards reports that all 13 mem this week. Could be the reason Shores Is staying In Freeman, and Mrs. L.J. Wll., At the constitutional confer I
anniversary and Mrs. Glen suffer the same fate, but as I bers of the board were present I don't have any news this Miami for several days with (lame. Those sending gifts bui[ enre of the American Legion
Baer's Birthday as well asone turned I heard Ken her sister whose husband bill Auxiliary In Punta Gorda, Sun.
away say even with the Inclement weather week. If others had as much unable to attend were t Mrs,(
more for me. I now realize why "Gee Chuck I must be tense or The board recommended trouble calling me as 1 have In the hospital! Rufus Poole, Mrs. W.A. Con. day, April 26, a full report was REELECTFRANK
Jack Benny always wanted to stay something so guess I better re- winter residents of Harmony yer Mary Goodwin, Nancy' Bishop given by Immoka. Unit 146
that the had then 1 under
39 feels good, doesn't it? association urge calling out, of their activities. Those
lax". Guess he did as from then on shores leaving for their and Fleets Blackburn. many
AhemiH Other enjoying the but. he didn't do halfbad. Can't wait every registered voter to get stand. northern homes this week are, Keynote speaker at the Flock. attending the constitutional con
till back from next out and vote. Bill Edwards The family from Michigan ferenre from Immokalee wereh
we get our trip move Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Miles, Mr. da EducatlonAsaoclationmeetlnilast t
week to go out and play again. reported that here will be a to Naples Manora and Mrs. Clayton Hallet Rev. weekend In Miami Dear] Mrs. J.P. Magee Mrs. Frank
On comprehensive short time back and even Shell and Mrs. Tom Brown. SCHAUBYour
Program report given at and Mrs O.D. Drake all of was Drew Pearson.Five Immokalee ..
GOING AWAY the next meeting on the accom- though I'm a bit late making teachers, Mr. and Mrs. How, New District officers elected
whom for
left Illinois
Mr.
Set Speaking of ourtrip-ther.won't plishments of the East Naples their acquaintance I'd still ; ard Ray Horace Mabery Fran i went President kin W.M.
Day Camp be a "Bow Line column" next Fire Department. This Is real like to say "welcome to Flor and Mrs. Frank Segar and Mr. Warner,and Myron howell attend, Etsele of Port Charlotte, and
week as we will be at the Lara ly a hard-working organization ida and especially Naples." and Mrs John Blok who left ed as delegates. Gene Thomasattended commander, Sawyer Albritton of STATE ATTORNEY

For MondayA Mar in Ft. Lauderdale for the ,and one that every resident of for Brighton. Mich. Mr. and part of these slon .Th(, Siesta Keys.
Postmasters' State Convention.How .. HARMONY SHORES NEWS Mrs. William Allen Washington F.E.A. is the major education
special program of ill- many of you have noticed Mr. and Mrs. Norman SteGRADUATION D.C.t: Norman and James al organization of the state, con.

des anddescriptlonofDayCamp the huge eagle's nest over on an Hospital ReportADMITTED Smith Utah; Mr. and Mrs B.13. fisting of classroom teachers,,] Princess Margaret,

activities will be held at the Island at the far end of Royal Harbor Klnt. Ohio; and Mr. and Mrs principals, and superintendents: Snowdon Have Girl ]
Gambler Park ? We ride down on our bikes Guy Darrlckman for Ohio. Included In their business for
Scout House
and watch them through our bino this convention was election ol f LONDON (AP) Princess
Monday May 4, at 7:30 p.m. culars. I believe the babies have 4-22-Mary Rudloff, James Bar. PALM TREE PHILOSOPHY state officers, adoption of org sir Margaret gave birth today to a
All girls who have made application ney Arthur Schuck,Jorge Ponce, Iratlonal policies and establish "It's marvelous said
been born as the Mom and Dad If we go to the polls Tuesdayand news, YDon't
Jo Daniels
for camp July 13* stay pretty close. Ruby Betty Lawson Jeanette,Jesse Sandford, vote, some of us are like ment of a program of action for,1 Lord Snowdon the baby's ft* TC
17th are Invited to attend and Sparks. the year.Mrs. .
4.23-Chrlstlne Covlngton Jan. ly to feel that we have exer- Iher."She
,
their WHEELER Thelma Skipper Club/ looks a superbaby."
to bring parents. i
ice Glidden Dorothy Wheeler.Dorothy cised our American right and
The last opportunity for registration Something/ new has been added man of the Girl Scout fund drive I i Queen Elisabeth's sister and
forCampTlmberfordDay to our bicycle crowd Frieda Wood. that makes us a good citizen. reports the drive was postponedand Cnowdon also have a son, Vis
Roll's her a three. 4.24. Teodora Canales, Nor. We should before we go to
hubby bought
will be the evening will be held May 11 through Count Llndley, born In Novem
Camp wheel model and now she can Join bert Bock, MaltieWheelerChar. the polls try to aquaint our- IS. ber, 1981.
of May 4th; applications will the gang. This fall we should put lee Whlttenberg, Doris Rivers, selves with Die qualificationsof Mrs. Buck Garrett and sons Snowdon said both mother and
be available for parents requesting on a bike parade in costume.May. Albert Kodl, Helen Lelnweber. 1 the candidates and come to Mike and David spent the week child were doing well.
them at this time. be Editor Mike would send Sam 4.23.Betty Jean Kelly, Shirley a reasonable decision about the end In Sanford with her brother The baby was the fourth royal

Senior Scout Troop 241 will England outtotakeourplctures?? Hlers, Dorothy derrick, Mack i particular candidates for whomwe and slster.ln.law, Mr. and Mrs. birth this year,Earlier,Princess
the and answer Mr. and Mrs. Esteb Invited us Williams, Elva Wilson, Paul Ken. gambit on a
present program vote, A lady friend almost Richard Pickles Her mother Alexandra the queen's cousin
drick William Donovan Albert
questions on "What Day Camp all to a watermelon party at the Hortencla made me ashamed once that Mrs Lura Conard, and grand had a boy on Feb. 29. The beginner with no
Is" and what Scouts do duringthe Recreation Hall Tuesday after Caldecott Vasquez. mother and grandfather from queen had a boy March 10, and
4.26. Gomez Paula women had the experience lawyer
Juanita gained right to I'
noon. About 40
week's program. people enjoyed Perry met herlnSantord and they the Duchess of K.nt. commoner
Camp Tlmberford Is In Naples their hospitality.Did Hamilton, Henry Gllyard Ellen vote she stated that she was I had a nice visit together. wife of Alexandra's brother, hada or prosecutor
you ever wonder what one Godley. going to vote for a particular Mrs.
ThelmaEklpper and child girl Tuesday night.
In the airportareaandwillbe
word was spoken the most by a 4.27-Nancy Jackson, Barbara Presidential candidate becauseshe ren, Terrel Raece and Letlcla Margaret's baby lakes ..,.
used for the first time this crowd In a given number of min. Lamb, Bertha Smith,J.T.Wrlrht. thought he was cute. And Vail': spent the weekend In Wau enth place In the line of succes GIve

year for neighborhood Day utes? I listened one day and in Jane Martin, Mary Brantley. this was at a time of national
Camp. 30 minutes the word Iheard most 4.28-Dorls Wood.Allcla Ram.os crisis. We should ill vote, 'Mailing relatives. the Duke of Gloucester an un
was "mother" This came to meat Kenneth Smith, Anthony Roc. but we should take an Intelligent Mrs. Rlchard6tanley and child cle of the 33.year.oldprlncess. FRANKSCHAUB
(Catherine
Of I remember that Mother's co, Rebecca Jaus, look at the candidates and 'r.n Robbie Lou and Bobble left The birth was announced In
Descendant
Smallwood Jean JacksonKath.
Day Is about here. '
vote for the for Marathon Wednesday to visit an official bulletin from Ken
Hall.DlSCHARGEDI. one we feel can
Scotch King Dies Doctor and Mrs. Kemp Just eryn do the best Job. I her mother Mrs Cleo Powell tlngton Palace, where Margaret
came In to say good.by. Theyare md brother Dallas. They will and Snowdon live.
WLLARNEY Ireland (AP) leaving for a visit with his bra II I return home Saturday.
Francis Aexander Evelelgh. ther, Clyde Kemp, In Marietta 4-22 Linda Henry,Keith Allen Surprise for the younit..rei: iR.ra meat u thai a second term

Ross-De-Moleyns, a descendantof Ga., for a couple of weeks, thenon Abbey baby boy,Donald Mllllron cut up small colored gumdrops CAMPING TRIP him bone when you we using il II your
King James IV of Scotland home to Wlllsboro N.Y. for Paul Brinkley. (not the licorice-flavored ones) Junior Girl Scouts with as. for lentil <* plil, ft* "","Pt; after' STATI ATTORNEY
and one of Britain's greatest the summer 4.23-Jeanette Sparks and baby and add to muffin bailer along Blatant leader Mr. Richard the coup ii cooked remove (hemet
landowners died at his Irish girl, Josephine Nunez and baby with raisins and nuts, If you like, Stanley third grade Brownie from the hone, dice it and (Paid, Political A4v4
home Wednesday, relatives an. PATTER PATTER DUE boy, Christina Rives, Vallarle or use slone with their I.ader. Mr. Virginia return to the noun
nounced today. He was 63. Guess I have my mind on pack. Holloway, Eloise Marlowe, Vlr.

His Balnagown Castle estates, tree, etc., cause I Just can't get gel Reyna, George Iginatoff.
In northern Scotland, covered up enough ambition to scout around 4.24. Hezzle Sparks, Janice
300,000 acres until he sold for anymore news. Saw by Glidden Nettle Watkins,Barbara 1

100,000 for 420,000 pounds ($1,. the paper we could have a few Dlnaburg, Marcellno Rodriguez
176,000) last year. thundershowers today, and, al.* George Ponce, Janet Shepherd.

The cause of death was not though I gotta admit to being 4.23.Betty Jo Daniels, Mabel For School Board DISTRICT 4
announced. chicken in a storm, I know !twill Geiger, Charlene Graham and
sound like Brahm's Lullaby baby girl Dorothy Wheeler, and
to us hereabouts. baby girl, Doris Rivers,and baby EXERCISES: '

Arthur Fiedler, Hope to be with you again In boy, Betty Kelly Md baby girl. will be held tomorrow In thWoman's tt VOTE for the MAN who .

Boston Pops Plays May 15th issue of this here paper. 4.26. Brent Bryne, Dorothy Club at 3 p.m. for
But, before signing off,how manyof Wood, 0. Howard Wolfe, Mary .
Beatles Number you found the answer to last RudloffDorothy Herrick and baby about 40 girl who have completed r

week's lesson? Here It is.. "lam girl, Shirley Hiers and baby girl. the course "round-the-
B06TON (AP) Arthur Fled- the Lord your God who broughtyou 4.27-M.ck Williams, Hortencla clock with genteel grace" eon. i has been a full-time resident of Collier
ler, conductor of the famed out of the land of Egypt Vasquez and baby boy, Roosevelt ducted by Mr.. Lillian Mur-
Boston Pops Orchestra never Is out of the house of bondage. You Reid Arthur Schuck Helen Leln. phone sponsored IT the Naples County for 15 years
afraid to experiment, so who shall have no other Gods beforeme. weber Paul Kendrick, Nancy Junior Woman' Club. Amongthe
should be surprised his program ." Exod. 2023. Jackson. has consistently worked for the betterment
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'I graduates wit') be Miss Edie
Includes a number by the Des Stone will be leaving Sat. 4.28 J.T. Wright, William Don.
I Beatles. urday for his Fishing Lodge,Ash ovan, Henry Gllyard, Charles Harris, senior at the Naples \ of this community
I The orchestra currently Is River Camp Lake of the Woods, Whlttenberg, Ellen Godley Paula high' School, shown above.NEWS *

I playing In Boston Symphony Kenora Ontario. Have enjoyed Hamilton and baby girl Alicia ( photo) has 6 years experience as County Commissioner -
Its musicians are Boston
Hall. looking at all the pictures of the Ramos and baby boy.
Symphony Orchestra members. beautiful country and big fish .
Fiedler mixed a number they catch up there. Des tells BIRTHS: A
called "Hold My Hand" by the me he will be back In Octoberand 4.22-Mr. and Mrs. Luis G. Nu. VOTE has served the School Advisory
on
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Liverpool quartet In his pro. Mr. and Mrs.Wll.
I happen to know he has many nez, baby boy;
gram Wednesday and the audt. friends here who will look for. liam K. Sparks baby girl; Mr TUESDAY Committee as School Trustee and PTA
ence applauded enthusiastically.Dont ward to his return this fall including and Mrs. Larry Wayne Graham

-Be A LltUrbuf a number of lovely la* baby girl.4.23.Mr. Re-Elect President
,dies, who were dazzled by his and Mrs James P.

charming smile and personality Wheeler baby girl. has children in public school now
I had thought that If we were 4.24-Mr. and Mrs. James B.

h'nB* In .Our" ever up thataway we would dropin Riven baby boy.
to see Des but I find out now 4.25.Mr. and Mrs. Billy J.

$.ho.wroon,; It you have to have a plane or a boat Kelly, baby girl; Mr. and Mr*. VOTE: for the MAN KNOW
to get thereso seeing as how William F. Herrick i baby girl; you
I ;, Il :(fW; we don't even own a Pair of Mr. and Mrs Baxter F. Hers,
oars guess we will keep on look. baby girl.4.26.Mr.. WILL work for the good of our Children and
ing at the pictures.Gee and Mrs. Santos M.
BarracudaPlymouth Mike, almost forgot Dee Vasquez baby boy; Mr. and Mrs. ;
wants the C.C.News J. Jr. baby for the
sent to him Sammy Hamilton you, Taxpayer
this Mall It
summer to P.O.
'By girl.4.28.Mr.
BOliO, Kenora, Ontario. You and Mrsjiun Ramos
can send the bill to Des, too. baby boy Mr. and Mrs RobertW. .

OK? Bye for now, be good. Wood, baby boy.



WOOD SMOKELESS ODORLESS HENRY B. WATKINS, JR.Pd. .

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| LAW DAY MAY I Br HAL BOYLE


FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1964 :
fDtCf; out with the sullen discontent
BY PRESIDENTIAL NEW YORK (AP)-One who
Ronald, No. 2 office boy- Ooc:
Read The Label Carefully! PROCLAMATION tlon wants must to study take a modern look at clvlliza.the of. around the office with a port
/ to his
j able radio glued ear an
lice washroom.
I. Y
the washroom becausj
area away from water supplies.This WhtU the public part of an enjoys
the ,
: that's where reception a
"STOPI Before Using'Any Pesticide- is an education project of the V office Is dedicated to the cor.is better.
Read The Label'' : porate purpose, Us washroom Collector He knows trit
The -
;; highest importance. Over 350,000 tons often a citadel of private enter.

That Is the slogan of the pesticide of pesticides are used each year to con prise. sooner or later washroom every and one has
to go to the that
safe-use project for 1964. The motivating trol destructive insects. The accidents \-V I speak. now of the men'swashroom. Is why he stands there, calmly]

force behind this the National they and'are the peeling an apple with a slgnlfl.
project Is cause are totally unnecessary Well, here are a few of
the result of sheer carelessness. characters be familiar cant knife, as he watts for the
Agricultural Chemical Association, you may $10.horse players to pay bark

which Is being joined by a long list of If the United States is to continue pro. with room in the ordinary office wash. their losing borrowings.

other organizations, including the Na ducing plentiful supplies of foodstuffs, 2 Joe McSturdy-"It could be Lonesome have left Critic their-desks So many that

tional Safety Council and the Depart. the use of pesticides is an absolute ne worse working somewhere"else,, he men comes Into the washroom tc
but I've been there
of Here in Collier whichis never find audience for his com.
ment Agriculture.The cessity. County, Angus Anguish-"Good lord, 1, an

campaign Is a big one, Involving rapidly becoming a bigger factor in can dry my face with half a plaints about he how could, If he make only had a
authority
,
brochures, program aids, television spots the state's agricultural picture as citrus, towel.the outfit Why do waste these three newcomersto ? That's world without wound for the

and newsfilms, radio features, etc. It gladioli and sugar cane crops join our the reason we don't have more working man, and please the

is directed to all rural young people, all already large vegetable production, It \ money for merit raises." stockholders The Clod-also lie goes there because .

parents in rural and suburban areas, Is obvious that pest control is necessary. here The tomorrow Philosopher--another"Heretoday day, he has to. Nature ordered

farmers and others who have to do with But pesticides, which over the years another half dollar," he mum. him.

the use of pesticides.It have become stronger and more dangerous l( luncheon bles, and special toes out to a 77.cent strides The Great self-consciously Man The Into boss the

Is predicted by many authoritativesources as certain pests became immune to Oswald, No. 1 office boy-For office washroom because he has

that pesticides are absolutely essential earlier chemicals, must be used with every five minutes he spends lost his key to his own execu.
tlve Valhalla. As he emerges he
to modern agriculture and what great care. This is particularly true in he checking spends the IS minutes In.and.out looking boxes at makes a thoughtful note to him.

actually Is needed is a wider knowledgeof areas when there is the slightest possibility the mirror, combing his halrand self to cut the next Christmas

basic safety precautions. that the poisonous materials may seeing If he can't slick his lip bonus In half

Reading the label, of course, is the be injected into the water supply, or

first step. Then comes storage pesticides fall into the hands of children.So .

must be kept out of reach of chil when you use a pesticide, read Today In Washington I

dren, irresponsible or uninformed pea the label with great care and.take all

ple. Then they must be applied preciselyas essential precautions. This seems to be BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

directed. Finally adequate provisionsmust the best and most sensible way to pre- ,

be made for disposal of used con. vent reoccurrence of many of the re- Ii!:,TT ; ,.. ?1j:;'>:. .."...: 17! with this difference:
XW1":: *;> ANNIVERSARY It was
talners. It has been suggested that the grettable accidents that have in recent that George Washing. Instead of a $10,000 raise for
- - - - - - - years ago (the 533 senators and representatives -
best means of doing this is to bury themat years resulted from careless use of pesticides ton was Inaugured as thecountry's they now get $22,500-

least 18 inches deep in an isolated TODAY IN HISTORYFLORIDA GEMS OF THOUGHT first Johnson president the 36th and there would be a $7,500 boost.
Lyndon B. ,
And It would take effect next
100 YEARS AGOB president, feels now "there Is a January Instead of in July.
U Will Here?
History Repeat y Florida Library & Historical Commlulon genuine need to restudy, re-evil-.i By delaying the Increase un.til .
uate aspects
reassess many
Civil War Canttnnlal Committee CRITICISM office.. after the election, a congress.
this
From abundance to selfishness Criticism often ttkes from man wouldn't be taking the po.
- - - - - - - Johnson marked the anniversary
The average age of the world's great From selfishness to complacencyFrom the tree caterpillars and blossoms Thursday by Inviting lltlcal gamble of voting himself
May 1 -According to a report issued today by Federal together an on the spot raise.
of American historiansto
civilizations has been 200 These a group
years. complacency to apathy Read Admiral President Johnson favors the
T. Bailey, commanding the East Gulf Blockading -Jean Paul Richter the White House for the oc.
nations progressed through this se- From to he has I'pay Increase.
apathy dependencyFrom Squadron, thirty-five vessels-steamers, The legitimate aim of criticism casion.
quence: dependency back again to schooners, sloops, barks, and two ferry boats under his Is to direct attention to the Flanked by the scholars In a

From Bondage to spiritual faith BondageIn command. The area between Jupiter Inlet and Cape excellent. White House reception room, RED TRADE: The U.s.
Canaveral and the mouth of the Indian River is the main Christian N. Bovee Johnson proclaimed the year I From spiritual faith to great courage 16 years our United States will under surveillance the ahead as one to commemorate I I Itself on record as favoring In.
area along Atlantic Coast. In the It is a barren kind of critic.
From courage to liberty be 200 years old. This cycle Is not In- Gulf area, Charlotte Harbor, Tampa Bay, the mouth of ism which tells you what s the office and to strengthen "the I i creased trade in non-strateglc
service of that office In meeting I goods with the Soviet Union and
From liberty to abundance evitable it depends upon YOU I the Suwannee River, St. Josephs Bay, St. Andrews Sound, thing is not. our continuing challenges." Cedar Keys, St. Marks the mouths of the -Rufus W.Crlswold
Ocklockoneeand CALL TO COLORS: The De. I I tlons.
the Caloosahatchee Rivers, and East and West Passat Honest criticism and sensitive tense Department has halvedits The resolution was approved

St. George's Sound are blockaded.The appreciation are directed not draft quota for June, Issuing Wednesday by about 90 per centof
other s say, upon the poet but upon the a call for the businessmen at the
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS U. S. schooner Fox captured the Confederate 6,000 men all, as '' annu-
Poetry. usual, ticketed for the Army i al meeting here.
,
-T s Eliot
sloop Oscar today in the Gulf of Mexico. Captain Samuel
'
VETERANS: The American Speakers favoring a freer
Waters admits that his vessel is from St. Marks bound to The wrong lies In unmerited Medical Association has regls-I I trade policy said If U.S. bust.

Havana and has Confederate register and clearance. The censure in the falsehood 'tered with Congress its opposi. i nessmen were prevented from
Oscar i. leaking badly, but the is being dispatched to Key which does no one any good. lion to the treatment of veter.,i selling to the European Communist -
aJJI'I
West, nonetheless. -Mary Baker Eddy ans at government expense for i countries, the business

y.. r. .nI Instead of criticism by 'speech, Illnesses not related to their mil. would go by default to other
.. Itary services "* Western nations with fewer
y ( to show someone a better way re.
FUNNY BUSINESS to do a thing would be of much "We do not believe that haying strictlons
greater value.John : spent time in uniform should UNDERGROUND TEST: The
Wanamaker confer upon one the right to re. .Atomic Energy Commission re.

.:..,. .'.. celve I free medical care from the 1 ports a low yield undergroundnuclear
:(. ...: "::'.e'' I nation for Illnesses and injuries i test waST conductedWednesday
,
S
: M4 } ; which are totally unrelated to his at the AEC'. Neva.

military service," Dr. David B. :1 6 Allman told a House Veterans weapons-related test to be an.
,. subcommittee Thursday. i pounced by the AEC this year

PET DOCTOR The Atlantic City, N.J., physl. i and had the blast equivalent of
clan said It Is each man's re. 1 1sponslhility less than 20,000 tons of TNT.

Sy A.w. Molls, D.v.M, to provide his own FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT:
health needs 1 Federal employment Increasedby

rr TRY AGAIN: Two months I 1,615 during March to a totalof
ago, the House defeated 222 to < 2,470,045.
''sa MtrN 184: a bill to boost the pay of In reporting the figures, the
O nembers of Congress and all j Joint congressional committeeon
ederal workers. Thursday, the < reduction of nonessential
House Post Office Committee oral expenditures said it was the'Irst
toted' 14 to 3 to try again, but f Increase since last October.NATIONAL .



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..Il" fg1TpC OUTLOOKThe

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qTFs0 High Road and the Low RoadBy


OIORCI HAGEDOHN
"When the wind blows it Inside out. I turn it around

until it blows back into shape again!" -
Cbrtftue' Scams tfealtorDon't
Q, My friend bought a dog Last September Congressman

by 1968.
It
went on to assert
get excited, Lorraine-then may be a very simple explanation. with health certificate. Doe Wilbur Mills Chairmanof "
STAB ODD AWL a realization of this goal
I ,,1.1 ''I NOME .F'OE."IEAMII this malt. it a more valuable the House Ways and Means will require an Increase In

Practicing What We Preach"Of NORTH SOUTH S.Rt.SEO.ACROSS dog? Ruth Comb.r, Baltimore, Committee, made this historic federal expenditures of at
MISCONCEPTIONSSectionalism statement: ". There are least $5 billion a year"
34, Six and V ASS A L. M A M t. S
Is not thank Md.A two roads the Governmentcould
good Thus
all the commentaries on the Scriptures A health certificate' to b. Jon, the question of "which
fleas, u sharp u it once wag 1. London four t T A 8 A C. e u N T follow toward a larger, road" has not been finally
wrote John Donne "good examples are the best." World War II, development of a weather 35. Trill 5 o. POT A e L r. value, mud come "from veterinarian more prosperous economy settled. It will remain the

In practicing the art of parenthood an ounce of highly mobile population after. 5. Camel hair 36. Chrrr word .. R ET I I ti U t. R It b.and well mutt be lairly' and recent, aiedogmay nd, a weeklater the tax reduction road or the central Issue of fiscal policy
day quite
is of wards, and the fact that every cloth 38.\Ylnlerprrli S POT. n A V. T AIN one Government expenditure Increase for the future.
worth ton
example preachment writes
a so aheallhcertificateshould
,
In opinion, "
body, everywhere' li much better 8. Grampus 4LFetter my road. He went on to The problem becomes
Wilfred A. Peterson.Our H. Dominant P I L A R LEG U ML' Male three things, : 1)) that the more
Informed today than ever before, 11 Amour say that the tax bill then concrete If we look at a few
children are watching us live, and what we have contributed to understand 12: :Nothing: -9. Cast a RilL LUIS. RUM OIR dog 11""tree of all hereditary, or congenital before the House embodied figures. Under the present
ing. 13. Projecting ballot I Nt. r' 811 Son Ie defect/ A hereditary, delect would ", a firm positive assertionof tax system normal economic
are shouts louder than anything we say. But there are still some old lug 50. Armpll TOR FLV I TRAY b. poor bone'formation or such things the preference of the growth should produce an increase -

When we set an example of honesty our Ideas which are unrealistic but U Related 51. F.Upt. SOLUTION O' YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE at bad hipi, A congenital, defect might United States for the tax reduction In federal revenue of
children will be honest. which have not been updated 15 Atop measure b. a bad heart or rupture 2)) Th.dog road." between $3 and $4 billion a
since the days of the Great De 17. Style 52. Jewish 2, Maori 8. Poetic mull b. certified', le b..free of such ,.. Congressman Mills' attitude year. The deficit anticipated
When we practice tolerance they will be pression. Although It U bring dls- 18. Alkaline month tattooing contraction c.ndy.cquir.dd.t.cn at lomentu, reflected that of many other for fiscal 1961 Is about $5 billion -

tolerant. mantled fairly rapidly there Is solution 53. Church 3, Roman 9. Shred bad .,.. or bod ",n. 3)) H should b. leaders. A new political atmosphere so the gap can very
When we demonstrate good sportsmanshipthey still a wall of misunderstanding 19. Least' bit sluing poet 10 Weep free from all Infectieui and conlogiout seemed to be arising quickly be made up If further
be and misconception separating the 22 F)' will good sports. 26. Resentment second: note Handiwork tax burdens would have
North and the South. Prescription for such a certificate' and protect strained. Thereafter we will
When we meet life with laughter and twinkle One of the silly notions Is that 29. Restore 55. Soap.frame quantity 21 for each *. buyer agamit purchoung a priority over the alleged benefits have a choice between using

In our eye they will develop a sense of humor. the North Is rich and the South confidence bar 6. Man inickname 23. Umpire sick, deformed or unhealthy animal of new spending propo- the $3 to $4 billion annual
Is Time and time 32. Leave DOtt'N call sals. This Impression was con- revenue
poor. again, Increase for further
When we are thankful for life's blessings travelers to the North and East behind I Bridge plol 7 Confederate 24 Precious t.$",.,,:". ",. '. :>:::o.!: l<: firmed In January when President tax reduction, and using It
they will be thankful. hear the same old threadbare metal Johnson submitted a for Increased spending.

When we express friendliness they will be lament that the people in the I l 3 4 0 7 e I'0 21: Knowledge COLLIER COUNTY NEWS budget for fiscal 1965 which I The Subcommittee programof
r called for total
26 Electric
North are supporting the people a spending a $5 billion annual spend
friendly. I Ir MICHAEL I< CHANCE. Edit-Publisher below that of the previous
of the South through federal pro II r// II // 13 particle ing Increase would probably
When words of 27 Deplore rHOMAS MAYER. Aitoclete Editor, year. If this materializes !twill
we speak praise they will grams. / // destroy all hope of further
praise others. Let us proceed to demolish this ,I. / IS I. 28. Jap out MARSHALL I< 0 POLK WYATT A. Adv.Mech.M.n.S.rALsRT Supt. be the first spending dropIn tax cuts in the foreseeable fu-

wall of misconception with one casts I DAVID HERMANSON. Cor. Director 5 years. ture. By contrast a policy of
When we confront failure, defeat and mis-
little fact A 17 / I V/ 30 Ozone'I But those who prefer the close
recent New York 0 / MRS.I I< LOUISE DAUB, Office Mar control over spending
fortune with spirit they will live : I/ V/ [<< lollos IncreasedgovemmentspendIng would
a gallant State report recites: "Fifty-lour I PETER SHUTTS CKttified' Mgr make possible another
cent of the total Medical I' lQ 11 II 1J 14 t, 11 Heath: road were only tempo- major tax within
bravely. per Aid f 0 Published' daily: Mondeyind reduction
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retort 'cr.'n rarily silent during this this
to the Aged funds throughout Saturday. In by pe decade.
spent
When our lives affirm our faith in the enduring s1116 9O5 33 Mm! ;ne Collier, County Publishing' Co. riod. They are still very much One
the nation 1 : thing to the
In a ten month Inc., Ml Twelfth Avenue. South. Ni- remember:
values of life they will rise above doubt and period have beeen expended for 3" I nuru JJMO. Mod,' .dd.... P. O. with us and still unconverted. high road of
skepticism.When services In New York State." -1 JJ / J. 39. Union I ItLo. Iran.y.l.ph.ne. This school of political and the low road ofrincreased

with love and Other examples may come to J1 7r. I" : 40rab I.po".n'. Midway .2107 toe oil thought reemerged with the spending do not lead to the
we surround them goodnessof mind to dispel the Northern notion 'f':: ; : r chieftain . recent report of a Senate same destination Both devices -
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God they will discover life's deeper meaning. that the "poor South" Is sitting ; Jd -9 41J r{. 1fl/ 41 of' 14 U ,Uiur pan Subscription, Retet Subcommittee, offering "Proposal ; can result In heightened
f0:1 43 .tarn killed y cerrier or mall payable 'In for Comprehensive
a economic
When we set an example of heroic living they back using up all those Yankee b\ .idvence., activity. But the
will be heroes. dollars. In this one !Instance, 41 4G 47 40 .'l/ oft Apollo On. Veer SIS Sl. Month S'.SO.rhree Employment and Manpower" economic activity generated
it looks much like the 1"U. Scandlna 151J Montht |J.71. Policy in the United States. by government spending Is In
very rest
Don't Just stand there pointing your fingerto J/ 11 Man Member of The Aieoclated Preee.h.ch The report, endorsed by a the production of andservices
of the nation is suporting a di*. / 0. 45: Tre.ah., e., .it entitled eiclueively to the goods
majority of the Subcommittee
the children to .. for republicetion of ell loc.' for government. The
heights want your scale. proportionate share of New YorkState1 .
you 51 1e ,/ I" 46 Rubber tree n... "."'. printed .In this paper .. urged that the primary economic
Start climbing and they will follow. aged Rock Hill (S.C. V// / 47 I llaru.e I veil a. all AP newt ......Ic"... economic goal of the nation i tax cuts produces activity released and by
Evening herald Entered le tecond 01... matter .t goods
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-Atchison (Ken) Dolly Glob. A.,4. rougl Y tl he Pot cf'.fCOIrc: Napiee. Florida.nder should be the reduction of services that people want as
Por time 21 mm .
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US", i lent U, I. IM7. unemployment to 3 percent Individuate.ltbt .

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To Oppose KoppWatkinsCopley COLLIER COt'NTY NEWS 5
What We Asked

Friday, May 1, mi


Battle Highlights School Board Candidates Sorrento Gardens ;


Announces Plans !

District 4 School Board 1. m what way: do you feel you can be of help to the school l
PrimaryH.D. yatea: us a Beater of th. Board of rubllo Inetruetlont 't For Dig Expansion

8. DO :you fever full 12-raonth use of school building In which 3t- b 1'''nouMMd Caribbean Realty has an.
taxpayer: have a Multi-Billion dollar Investment plant fur opening of Unit
Administration, guided by a 4. AIR-CONDITIONING-All 3 of Sorrento Gardens, Including -

definite policy established b) county school buildings shouldbe 3. in what manner. would :you recommend that 12-month use of school plans for a s.mth entrance to

the School Board Accordingto air conditioned as this building be aeeonpllihtdf tte.svbdwMcm and extension of
Pomp4 Lane across the ACL
a recent statement,the County should facilitate learning in the .. Do you favor air conditioning all county: school building or Railroad tracks, connecting with
now has approximately 631 late spring and early fall jut those to bo constructed In She future Coodlette Road.

students more than our present months. Studies have indicated Les WMtaker of the realty
f school buildings can accommodate that moderate temperaturedoes 8. DO you think the cat of maintaining the county school ytea, firm said engineering for the
wftlcti now amount to roxlmatoly: 75 ont or every: tax dollar paid
enhance the
If this Is so, there may learning process the Improvement has been completed -
county: oan vr b* reduced
( ti be similar problems coming up and that bids will be opened -

in other schools in the Coun 5. REDUCING COSTS--It is 6. Do you favor appointment or election of the County Sohool within the next 10 days and
ty, until additional classrooms doubtful that school costs will CJ.C3PLEY Superintendent? work will allow Immediately.

can be constructed. be reduced In the near future.A Access to the subdivision, now
10. FISCAL major portion of school expense 7, )eve you any suggestions for improving the curriculum of the only possible by the nay of Mll-
AGENT--Very tohoolf ano Drive will
be with
Copley doubled
U due to salaries, and
definitely! Having a fiscal advisor a south entrance on Amain Drive
assist In the prepara- it is unlikely that school personnel 8. Do :you approve of th *dr*** code" recently: adopted by: both near Andy's Barbecue, Whltaker
tion of the County budget has salaries can be reduced 1, HELPINGTHE SYSTEMAll -- the Junior and Senior High school said. The extension of Fompel

not only proven tremendously since a national shortage of my life I have been directly Lane across the tracks will permit *
0. When the new s.a ate ohool in the fall It will leave
tend open
helpful to that Board but qualified teachers will to or Indirectly associated withor residents to get to the bus-
empty: olatiroom at Lake park School but >lIb.dollawn111 be crowdd.
has also brought about verysub- force teacher salaries upwards Interested In educational ac- S.pa..ntl have voiced opposition to transferring their children Iness section of Naples, to

stantial savings In tax dollarsto tivities. 1 have a fundamental from Shadowltwn to Lake perk what solution to this problem ean :you schools, and to travel eastward
the taxpayers of Collier 6. SELECTING SUPERINTENDENT understanding of educational suggest? without entering the Tamtam

-Cood school systems problems and considerable Trail.
County. 1 feel that similar assistance -
WATKtt In.Watkins to the Board of Pub- and poor ones can be found experience in their solution. 10, DO :you think an Independent fiscal agent should lt with the Thlrty.su homesltes will be
preparation of the school budget, a* It now the polity the County available in the new unit when
lic Instruction would be equally with either method of superin- Back this with a sincere! Interest ConmJsslon? : street improvements
have been
beneficial. tendency. With a good school in improving Collier completed Whltaker said. Development

11. SCHOOL ATTORNEY-- board, either method Is satis- County Schools and having all 11, Do :you feel that, a* a "public relation expediency: the plans for the unit art-

I, HELPING THE SYSTEM-: 1 am sure there are two sidesto factory. However since thereIs the time necessary, to Imple- Alto school the attorney school position ehould be peiied around every taw year*?* under supervision of the sub

I feel that the experience I the question regarding the considerable County-wide ment this desire to be of edu- architect dlvUlon' Architectural Control

have had over the past 15 years, School Board Attorney. I do dissatisfaction regarding the cational service 1 believe I U. Do :you think school teacher in collier County: ere underpaid Board.
with both City and County not have enough information to previous referendum I would can make a real contribu-

agencies (Including governmental state a definite opinion. I definitely definitely favor a new referendum tion to the betterment of our Vitro Awarded

6 years u County Commissioner feel that a Collier as soon as legally schools. I do not believe either the Job

), as School Trustee, in PTAon County architect should be used permissible, for re-expres 2, 12-MONTH USESomeday of School Attorney or Architect ;. j Navy Contract

the School Advisory Com- whenever possible. sion of the public will concern- in the future we will be should be made the objectof :ii- .iT. Radio: I I Silver Spring Md., The Vitro

mittee and with the Little Lea- 12. TEACHER PAY -- Ing the method of selecting a forced to use our educational a political football. The best ,. '.. *' ...:,* I Laboratories Division of Vitro

gue and other similar According to the most recent superintendent. facilities on a 12-month available man should be soughtfor Corporation of America today
pro- By CYNTHIA Next however I It
LOWRYAP place season,
the State of Florida 7. QURRICULUM-Impte- basis either announced that It has been a.
survey the
grams, has given me a clear Job, one having Televt.ton.Radlo Writer will he l restored to Its old spot
pays the national to mentation of the "multitrack"system 3. HOW TO DO IT--1 certainly skills the warded a $383,183: contract by
average required
understanding of many of the necessary NEW YORK AP-II "Den and, hopefully, Its former pop.
needs and desires of both the its teachers. According to the would in effect be would not recommend time and the personal Interest dsey" had It to do all over ularlty. the Bureau of Naval Weapons tor

adults and the youth of our Florida Education Associa an expansion of the curriculum either the teacher or the Student In obtaining the most again chances are that the ded. CDS definitely plans to can. continuation of research and de.

county. In addition, I have a tion's analysis of the 1963- since It would take Into be held in the classroom from the tax payers' dollar kited doctor would pick a spe.rUllly cal "Made In America," Us new the velopment U.3. Navy.on guided missiles for

tremendous desire to have our 64 salary schedule Collier account students' abilities, and 12 months of the year. If we 12. TEACHER PAY--Com- other than neurourgery. Sunday night quiz show with The work will be performed at

school system become the very County stands Number One In would provide material of a must use our school the year petent school teachers are seldom "Neurosurgery is pretty self millionaires for contestant a* Vitro's Silver Spring (Maryland)

finest that we can provide; and the beginning salary for teach- more complex nature for those around I would like to see the overpaid. At present the limiting," explained the ADC soon as a replacement can be Laboratory, according to the an.

if elected, would pledge my efforts ers In Rank Ilf and no less capable of absorbing more than staggered trl-mester systemput starting pay of Collier school nerles' technical advisor arranged. nouncement by Wayne G.Shaffer,
what the and below- The technical advisor, inch Recommended weekend view.
to this end. than fifth In the State, any- average into use. teachers seems to be at a satisfactory director.
where across the board. It average student can learn. 4. AIRCONDITIONINGIbelieve level. (dentally la not a neurosurgeon Ing make
2. 12-MONTH USE--In several However, I Wild chimpanzees Ingenious
but a registered nurse, Alice Saturday Kentucky Derby
is possible! that what Is need- 8. DRESS CODE Modesty it would be too expensive -
areas of the United States believe another look shouldbe Rodrlquet who Inherited the CBS, !3.6 p.m. (Eastern Daylight drinking ulenails from
extremely over-crowded con- ed here Is financial incen- In attire Is certainly most de to install air conditioning taken at the pay level of Job when Dr Max Warner, the Time) running of the annual leaves. Some chimps, even use
tive to teachers to fur- slrabte. If this can not be attained In the older school brain 1..lIve. .. napkins.
ditions have brought about the those teachers who have beenin surgeon who first workedon classic.!
use of school buildings on a12- ther their education. on a voluntary basis,and buildings. Air conditioning Is the school system over a the show, was called Into the Sundiy
month basis. It is possible that I believe this should be of course desirable and 1 would period of time. Just as In any Navy. She talks like a real dor. Champions," NBC, 4.5t30-final 1

we will have to consider doing thoroughly tried first, only like to see it installed in all other business the teacher's tor after all her association with holes In the Las Vegas match; VOTE
then would 1 be in favor of medical "InildHiit Wilson "
this in Collier County withina a new schools if It can be done sincere Interest In the Job. problems.Mrs. on Street
"dress code." Kodrlguec' Job however NBC 10.11. documentary on
economically TUESDAY
very few years MOVING PUPILS--It the high level of her performance does not Involve .
9. 5. REDUCING COSTS--I understand hunting new children living In an underprlvllcged
3. HOW TO IT--If and
DO be
can only sustained
t appears that the decisionto diseases and ailment to lit.toryllne. nelghlxirhood.
that assessment Re-EIect
when this becomes necessary r transfer the pupils from mlllage through the use and award of .. That I I. don by the
Is around 6.8
not
it could probably best be accomplished Shadowlawn to Lake Park adequate incentives. three medical consultant who
75. This probably will not
by changing to a work with the script writers.
was based on convenience for Soviet To Finance
be adjusted to a lower rate
trimester Sometimes she bandage .lm.ulateii .
or quarterly system
the School Board and the administration but I win work to Predict 1,225,000
4. AlR-CONDlTIOMNG--Alr certainly wounds. She checks out India Steel Plant
since the students ;
conditioning should definitely ''. 't r i be ( see that it goes no higher Voters To Go To the operating room to make
to transferred were alreadybus
I be Included in school buildings a..... 6. SELECTING SUPERIN- sure the Instruments are In cor. U.S. Turned DownNEW
constructed In the future. There pupils and these would TENDENT-The people have expressed Polls On Tuesday rent sequence. She.orders sup.
be be the easiest to trans themselves on this issue lilted. Most Important perhaps, DELHI, India (AP) -
of
I may some the present fer). Since the purpose of the and unless the matter Is reopened TALLAHASSEE (AP- Tues. she hunts for Incorrect proce. The Soviet Union has agreed to
schools that could be
air con- public school is to serve the day's first primary probablywill dares and un.medi'al l dialogues finance construction of the Do.
However, 1 believe students and the parents we will continue under draw 1,225,000 voter this script. caro steel plant for India, which ...

unwise (and not vice versa), I would the appointive system. year in a whopping boost over The past season has been a I the United States turned down,
I favor those 7. CURRICULUM--Yes, 1 the 937,067 votes cast In the 1080 i rather traumatic one for the I the Indian government an*

er buildings. dents whose transferring stu- have a great number of suggestions primary, Secretary of State Tom glowering surgeon-hero and his I flounced today.
5. REDUCING COSTS-- t" parents voluntarily to make Including remedial Adams predicts. cohorts. ABC shifted the show Moscow will provide aid Initially .

There are too want their children trans- studies, student guidance Adams told newsmen Thursday > from Its |x)|>uUr Monday night I for the 1.5.mllllon.ton first
for a definitive many intangibles ferred to Lake Park, even greater use of teach he estimated 53 per cent t slid| to Wednesday nights and I stage of the plant, Steel Minis
answer. L\t. L If this causes some Inconvenience voters would participate hour when two t her Chidambaram SubramanU
.. .', ing aids and re-examination of an popular com
Contributing factors Include --- -
(fa
: ) for the Board of Public I am told Parliament
If so, he said, the reasons edit shows are shown on a rival
Rate of Growth (b) Quality of DOYLE E. KOPP Instruction and the Administration. teaching methods. would be: network "Den Casey" dropped Tills will be expandable. ultimately

Education (c) Rate of Increaseof Republican Candidate 8. DRESS CODE--I am in -Thl. year's governor's rca abruptly from Its levels among I to 4 million Ingot ton of E. A. DOUG HENDRY

County Tax Roll (d) Pos- favor of anything that might has all strong candidates, each the 10 top shows to-In the most C capacity, he said. I
sible changes in Percentage of Kopp 10. FISCAL AGENT--An Independent Improve moral conditions, but expected to draw large votes recent Nlel.wn rating 40th No total cost was mentioned. I Sheriff f

valuation. I think the answerto fiscal agent could be I believe this matter of dress from heavily populated areas.

Question No. 10 would also 1. HELPING THE SYSTEM- employed on an experimental should be left to the good Judge -Th. race for U.8. Senate

have a bearing on this ques- This question can best be answered basis. If such an agent could ment of the parents in collaboration pits ben Spessard Holland D- Fear r'y9 RtMMt Why FRANK SCHAUI lellevei I I. Crime Prevent!**
with school Fla., and Brailey Odham two
tion. the fol- effect a reduction in school personneL ,
enumerating
by
6. SELECTING SUPER1NTENDENT costs without a loss In efficiency strong men of widely divergent ,.
-
lowing general qualifications: political beliefs
9, MOVING PUPILS--I! understand -
--Appolntment. permanent retention ....
of -
IA personal knowledge Broader -
activity ,
7. CURRICULUM--The 1962- the problems confronting the would be indicated. this matter has already races for U.8. representative among the in I ....,
been settled the
63 Comprehensive Survey of Collier County School System.b. 11. SCHOOL ATTORNEYThe -- by the heavy voting.An .
School Board. It Is unfortunate -
Collier County School System Two Master's degrees (one position of school attorney increase of SO per cent
indicated that we are provid- and the parents of some 75 students in Negro voting registration ov.
in Education) common senseto should be filled by an attorney
well for the 407 will be inconveniencedbut er the past four
ing fairly go with them. who is best qualified for years
of the students who there seems to be no bet- The controversy over the
go on to Ten of public school the for "pub
c. years position. Change
ter solution to this localized civil rights bill in Congress.LIU .
but should
college; provide as counselor would
experience guidance lie relations" reasons
crowding. I would however
vocational for ,
more training director and coordinator
appear to De a questionable -
the 6(7/0( who do not. There of special education. practice. Collier explore the possibilities of
also mention made of the class room additions to the end Lights Out
was d. Four years of successful County has many able architects that these transferred students
lack of articulation between the business experience in Collier
capable of designing Termed
could return to their home Program
various levels. For example
County. school
buildings HirIng -
areas.
a Spanish program Is started 2. 12-MONTH USE-It would out-of-county architects 'Phony Economy'
10. FISCAL AGENT--I

understand
In the third grade, Inter- seem logical that public school should be discontinued. The M
rupted in Junior High and offered facilities be used on a 12-month the Administrator by WASHINGTON (AP) The
"group architectural plan"submitted law, Is charged with the preparation Republican Congressional Com. ,
in Senior
again High. basis. However there are
many to the Board of of the mlttee newsletter
budget. At today urged
present
In other school a for-
systems be if
to overcome
problems Public Instruction
sometime Americans
he has an $8.000 a to send pennies to
eign language that is started the school plant Is to be used year
ago by a group ColllerCoun-- Finance Manager Improvements President Johnson to enable
in the primary grades ls con- for educational purposes on a ty architects should be given In him to keep the White louse
tinued straight through Grade basis. Plant maintenance any organization lights at ----
year-round on night
every consIderation should be
explored and if thereIs +
12. Increased teacher salaries It only costs one penny to r '*.
better -
8. DRESS CODE-Definitely t teacher vacations state 12. TEACHER PA Y.-Col- the any way of handling burn a I 00.watt light bulb all

9, MOVING PUPIr.$--Two certification requirements for Her County beginning salaries development of the School night the newsletter said as It
N aMeet
budget I would favor
when overcrowded thorough labeled the President's .r
lights
years ago, teacher lave! for additional compare very favorably with

conditions park the entire existed sixth! at gradewas Lake education student vacations, other throughout beginning Florida teacher however salaries tiny Investigation of any proposal.and careful Scru- out which program we could"a phony well do economy with. the Schaubit Cathy Evelyn' Sissy, Mike Frank and Fred

of the ; "
etc. are some problems 11. SCHOOL ATTORNEY- out.
moved to Gulf View. This
yearly Increments are _
which must be worked out before -
whole problem of Pupil Trans- we can have a 12-month not sufficient to prevent attrition -
fer and Transportation is one school of capable people to FRANK SCHAUB
year. belleyes
that can be solved only by the 3. HOW TO DO lT--Twelve- other better paying school systems :

month use of school facilities and to private enter-
should be approached cautiously prise. It would appear that ElectCONDON WAITER! R. Law Enforcement U our mere important governmental, service.e .

VOTE orevenexperlmentally.The salaries to capable, experienced An and dedicated State
experienced, working Attorney it needed for good lew
above mentioned problems,and teachers win have to be enforcement

TUESDAY others as well, would have to raised to attract and to retain

be resolvedbefore any complete their services Good l law enforcement results )in Crime Prevention

Re-Elect changeover could take place Qualified Our Circuit I.I the largest in the State of Florid; the I counties of this Circuit

mutt have en experienced, mature end competent State Attorney

NAPLESMIAMI: BackgroundFormer In there eight counties problem end mistakes! occur that require the mature attention .

FLY C' : Law Officer of your State Attorns y.

The persons" hornet end property of our families! con only b* protected by competent .

Education law enforcement.FRANK.

New Year Round Daily Schedule
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Naples To Miami r Miami Police Academy

745AM. 11:30 A.M. 3.45 PM.: .e Univ. of Miami
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Miami To Naples
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900 A.M. 2:15 P.M. 500; P.M. Experienced

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Robert R.NI HEN I 12 II I C.pt. Front
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Robert L. W U.27' Hong loc. Ling toE .1 I. LI. lee. 31 with Lt.
IU 1140 01 II.4 of 1114 01 NCU 4 11.3 I C.pt. RobinS
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7\1\ EN 01 HI' of HI' to P00. Cool HEN ef SCU of. 92SU 11 IU Noun MMcOonild. R/W LI. U{ 41. Run

59044 OlZi 47 27 I Milded ploy 7.54 7W'10' \ R/W 365' : :: 117. of NU of HEN of HEN 114 H. .LT.S aLL 111.3. t0Run

771 WIIo of HW\4 of IW' 01 L.. E.NEN 50 S. 2Do of seu 4 "JJ IU Jorge D,et H. EN\ ".

2IT 71 I Frlts.5, u. 161 Along R/W 1099' I. N 'D.. 1111 su of seu\ or seu 4 su H..nd.. 114 W. AI. H. Lt II" of lilt.III .

1.0 I" DI 11292 I 17 ZI 111 Wright Pump Co. 12090 .loot Said R/W N. 13' I. 13 U' to Pt. 400'
17. Porch 0.11 HIVI : of HEN of Seu of SEU 4 12NWU 3J 21 Thorn*t M.
.21 HIIo 01 I.. 210 't. 01 w. 110rHow 35 D.1. [. 100' D./ Gilbert I. I' 11NWN 1092 of SEU et NWU S 92NWU 3J 10 Pine 1113 HE'iy 01 S Pore with NE'lyRW
W. 220' to POI I II ZI Olivar at u. Lt. US II, Run 'I'II'I
120 01 59044. W''I II am Matthews- 7.MC
: : ti4 01. .7 ZI I Loon P. Iu".tt 15.17 mz 01 HW\4 01 SWN. e1 Said Li I bung 100'
N Ofll ONNH I9IJ of NWU of NEU\ II 12 11 10 A. Wtntliy 4 :
350' ofS. NWN II 17 ZN Eliot Hyrhlla 7." of S Poro. with NE'ly
131 Be' .0 NE Coy of C Chorus A. ZgmN
r 01SEN. &1M of HEN 01 5WN. o5WN / d..o'J. R/W LI 0" UI 41 1.1.17' to 55.10P.
5570' of NN 1544 OWN of SCU of NEUOf II 12 33 10
'OJ 3423
II II Z7 I Burokas 31 53
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120' for 1037 1140 OWN of NWU of Fir tt tl IM R.
: 2l01.1 903 SEN of U\4 of OWN. of
: 7;: Nmry Wade IUZ
Coot. 70', S. NWU 13 92 II I Thompson at u.
1.11 II
ot u. 1.30 OWN I' II Z1 1110 Alice May Long 1H30 OR IU.391 U 13
N no' to P05 .7 2. .IZ' W of NWU Ctrl Washington.1I
510. HEN 01 HEN of U" Relph Ivan IIoH"J.: :/1.:110 AMENDED HIS PS I."
NSWCoNIENN5E45 of I
"I B.' Ofll :: 115 IS 12EU 11
5WN II Z7 1140 Spnnor Jr. .t u. PS I.0
Run N. 30'' E 1931' 95 IUI of W '" of SU of Paul E. Prlchird 121 QOODLAHD SITS pay ALa .
: IIZOI. SWN 01 OWN. 01 HW" of Arnold
N 100' W. 209' of HEN ot I .. 1220
P0S E. 209'. III OWN OWN 19 52 11 ChIld,. et ux
100' to P05 0 21 Add,0. V. Iowln 1041 SE N 555 22.1 Oiulor. .t u. 11(0 EU of W 2/9 of NU of SCU Ctrl Wtthlngton III 51455of I .Ik 0 Howard L.

954 S.' .1 E of NW Car aNWN 1117W. .140 of SWN of OWN ollW14 HEN of SWU. 19 82 II 1E I Inpr.m 0104

:; NWN Run O.: 135', & Wit of 5EN. 01 OWN. 01 Wllli.m V. 9143NWNof 1/9 of NU of SEU of HEN\ ."I'. Melon 199Piul 11157 Lot 10 Blk S Omen D SLot

100', I. 75', E. U', /. 211', IW4 I II II 10 Iu.o.... 1,04Jahn of SWU 19 12EU 11 I Ozone RodninAnilin .13

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II II II Pent Lot Dei In
150' 211' t S. 41 21 21 C. .. Malley 101.11 I .t u. 0,15 of HEN of SWU 19 12 11 I 11571 .
27
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N. of 1. 300 PS. 01Y.. HW\6 of oft/ Ctrl Wuhlngton 119Franklin
of L. A Ada N II I II I 1<." Gu.11 ..11 V. Lot I De*. In OB 1 2M Cue 4Boit
01 NN 01 HW" Carl EN 1172 HEN of seu of seu is 12 3J 10 Mad!
:t,f" 17 21 I M, Washln'ton 71.3. 5201 of 5WN. 01 II" 01 U" II II II I Iidt End IIko. '.11 0191NWNOI NWU of HEN. et seu. 17 12su 3J 10 Klltchke IMIM Hwy 4 OR 91200. ins exceptlon 31 93 30 Dock Ine 13911
ItSI HEN 01 HEN 01 HW\4 5 In OR M 434.419
't. HE Cor. Wllbe. w. of of R Q Smith *
910 15 ft. X 130 In 1219 NU seu of HEN
.
of of William lelnDn. I HW\4 of HEN 12 II II 10 Pluummer at u. 11.71 of seu 20 12su 11 IU Lt Lo,.". 1141 Lot DM In NWU ef SWUDM Melvin Brown 1192Chirlll

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I NEN. II 31. I BONDURANT PI 113
5. 745' W. S 530' 5. of NE Herschel D. Shubs 4II of Seu 20 92SWU 11 II 4 Mlhlll
Cor of NWN for P05, Run 1214 01 HEN\ 01 11.\4 12 II II 10 I. J.rry Komon INSEN H. Meyer 114 RlchirdlJimit IS...

Thrace ', E. 15', H. Wm. E. I H.Ira' Edward H. 1310 ef NWU of OWN 21 92NWU 11 10 Robert ,Irving 11707 Lot 1014' A Henry
200', W. ::5lO P05 /T 21 .. L.lnw.ber 11.71 m! of HW" 01 HEN U II II 10 Iwl"I''.' S 95SWN Fleming M. D. 7..10 Lewis 307
01 HEN ollWIt U &I II 10 III. 0. Crmig" $04NWN D,. Powell Marion 11709 Lot I Ilk A
109 1 Ac, in of SN of UU of SWU ef SWU 21 52 11 10 Charlie 4
NWN N :r.. rH "' Dn. 13.2I" 01 IE" 01 IW\4 13 II II 10 1.11. I. C'OI K .... 1310NWN SU ol NWU of SWU of B tltlySimuil 7." A Rlchirdl M.h.11IU..
I Jr. 731$ IU7nl A" Len HIIo 01 HW" 01 1171* Lot II 4 20 Blk l
05. .392 .7 ZI I. L. Johnson NCU 29 82NU 11 I Charlie I 4 M.hele
HE\4\ ofNEN of HW". 1140 of HW" Murray Druc of of SCU SltgtlM 4"
Co of .311 NWU
Beg .t IE Richards IJ IJ
4 30 SIb A
0121 11727 lots 2*
01 NW" HW\4
01 II II II 130 T. nU7 12313Alphonee
265'for tchell
01 IW\4. Run W. HEN 82 11 I Ilk B Archie M
II 4 12
oflS 11711 Lots
'' 150' Joseph M.rtln Murray Duco .417 E I/I of SU of HEN\ ,chiel Slnchik 419
:100' :.HI.I':ISO': ,:P05 4 .7 21 Thomas .t us 17.31 1317 ALL 12 II 11..0 Tr, nUl NWU ot SCU 29 92NU 11 I lit Lot ADD II BONDURANT PB 491 Campbell 4 II

lOll SWN of NEN of IWN Loss j. D. 4 Irma Dominick' 1434 of HEN of NWU of John T Key HI mo: LouH Wilson 4IISunut
..94 HIIo 01.1... 01 II' 01 II" 2$1 II I Lot 2*
1,15
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10 '
/7
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1059 .. 2934 ft. of H. IOU ft. 01 C.rl L. 5 Ada M. N% .140 01 II" 01 II" 01 9535 of HEN or seu of B. JonetGeneve 419 Rill

W. III ,t. of HE" 01 HE" I 11 21 115 Wllhl"'o" 74.17 01 II" 6 1110 01 IW4 01 David E.SEN NWU 11 12SU 11 : I. Lots I 4 4 Ilk I Ett Co 111.10
of II4 II II 47511905
ION .. 160 ,t. 01 .. un' 01 W. II 10 Herding u. U. .11. of HEN ot HEN 11 S2SU Kelley Itmtel Ort

211 Ft 0' HI\4 01 HW14 ofNWN Murray D.uco .111 ot NWU ol SCU of Michel I. S,nchikJohn 11."HIM Lot t Blk I at u. 4! 62CARSON'S
I 47 21 I I. M. I<..n at U. 17.11 6500 ALL 27 fl I II 140 Tr, nUl HEN 11 92su U I F ADD PB 113

1103 I 5/5 01 W 311 01 NN 01 H" Wilson Wr7olsof 160'' HIS 01 U\4 of OWN ofHWN 1541NN of HEN\ of seu ot HEN Dougoo! et ux 471 Jo Lounoet

Lob of I It 21 I .t )504 \ I St II I HIH I.vovlch ..11 of NWU of SGU\ of u.M. 3113
u. mi" Lot I Ilk 7
lOll NN of 'ltH'w WN :,IW\4\ "I'' 01 HW" of HW' of Louis GaudloSEN :1'.110: 11 82eu U 10 Charlie I 4 Mlhlll

01 NEN I 47 Zt I C. L. .I.ckbu 5510 /1 31 I .t ut 1.11 .S17 of swu of swu 11 82NU U 10 Michael llkI"Ch'k 114John I'M Lot 10 Blk 7 Richards 1311

141. HIIo 01 HW" 01 HI". HEN Juan P.ui 1512NN of HEN of HEN of 1112 Beulih Mil
NEN 01 HW\4 of lIlt :
4 51 31 10
of NWN i.H of NWN of $152 of HEN 01 HEN 01 Chorbo".lu 1/1 NWU .HW'f f: 92SCU :: : HMI Lot II Blk SLot Coleman 1190
John (\. RuttotRllph 479
NWN, : of NWN, NW44 909! of SCU of 82SWU I Mm Boy 4
of 5WN. IS 47$560 Murray D.uc. 24391 In 4 11 II S Andr Jonces h!. 96sIan.rd / Of l""o''Of HEN of Mu.MIng' ,,784. r..".ik 9.' 1194
emitHo
1m ENNWNofSWNNN.f. 0.5EN SEU 4 S2SEU 34 II Oswald Frnk\\IJ,4 1".1. MinnliMtttey '

IEN. of SWN 5 IWN of '.I."d Naples U1.U :m HEN N of NWN SEN :: NWN4 NWN H 51 11 U 10 10 Jonos Snyd.r anlanarb N of IN 691Joseph 1711 of seu. of HEN otNWU Harvey H.".." A. u. 11101 Lot 19 Blk' I 7119

IE .N IS .1 26 10 Cop. 12 92 34 21 EDEN PARK PB ...,
for Con.l .733 HEN oi seu oi NWU oiNCU Merehill 114 Ctrl ASummrll.
I. 100'
IUS All Loss
Ambrus. Inc 1.111.11 HW" 01 HW' of HEN 1/ /1 II 10 O.nt.merla" .... 54 UQLIHHDALE
41 ZI.ZI : n 12 92NWU 34 2U *
Lot II Blk I
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loll SENRW OWN S 554 of Murray Jo.ophNEN 4151160NWN of HEN of SWU of : Lot 11 SIb' 1 Monte Rogot UI
14 51 II 1
Less :"IO' for Conai N/W 22 .. 26101 + Druc T', 111.11 antun.rie 552 34 tl PB I.102
.771 01 SWN. 01 HEN 11 51 II 10 Jams 1."t.m.I. ZI 1.31OWN.
un E 01 II" 01 HEN 1005Z NU of HEN of NWU of Dinnl' Q Arnold Cecil E. 4 MiryBeitrlc
wUI' 0130 41 rr 101 DorIs I. Zasgor, I." Edward C. NU of OWN of HEN *
1110 SWN. of HEN 01 II" II 51 II 10 Orono J.. ....
1700 IWN. of HW" 0132 Mich.si r of SWU NWU of HEN ef 121(4' Lot 1 S QrlngrJimit 1101
:: .01
41 2. I Mlchlll II"ch.k 111 11 92 120
1M3m OWN of OWN. 01 11\4 II 51 31 10 ,OWNof PINE GROVE PS 2104
Roohkl"d .t u. .... C. Durdln 1212Wllrd
Mlch..1 II"ch.k 411 Ralph Willie
1711 .140 of SEN 01 SWN. 01 IW\4 3Z 4. Z. I 10051 seu oi NWU ot 4
IEN 321 Z. I Mich .I Oinch.k 454 1I0.d 01 Trod HEN 11 12.. I T. Stroller 179
of Mae
SEN
12211 Lot I
6151 1140 01
: :\OlotEwO FIsh.r HW" r. SI II $0 I"c. 3011 I Loritt it ux 471
of IWN of H.rry $I0 IE" of HW" 01 11\4 MAIN LINE IUID PS I."
ZI 51 II 10
Llw"cO ,.
HW" II .1 30 I .t u. 11.1301 Hart 754 10070 Lag 11144 i II 11 IM 10 S.rbor Ctrl L. 4 Ad* MWllhlngten .

1111 NEN 1E\4 01 IW" John A. VIII. Reno Gregory I Cant IneBtrbiry 292 M 12243 Lots t 3 C. W. '10 Ilk t 94 (7Ren
0111 1131 HEN\ 01 HW" o/ OWN 34 11 31 10 It 150 7." Coast c
.
I' 1494F
r SWN /9 21 II N 55 10071 Lot I I 11I 21 2229 12203La Lot II k 4 Bill Melvin
Hilda Color 5Rnse 1322
111)1 WN of SWN 01 IE" oIWN / IneBirbiry 1Z270 Lot 30 4 31 Ilk 4 lor Jill Joni 19.10Thtd
of SWN II 49 n 1.21 E. P, Hun 7.01 D. 1..1. 10071H I II 21 1119 Cent R. 4 Annie!
1171 HW" 01 II" 01 11\4 II 51 31 10
2,20
9011/um/ 4 N .1, 110 IneBirbiry Pond I.'9
7001 It of 12271I22M Lot I Ilk I J
HEN 01 U" 01
10 Oioru 1 I O'Neshl 31.31 10010 Lot 10 I II 21 910 Coitt
2021 Hit 01 HEN oIEN 21 H ZI Jesus Lope
CharloO nsvn OWN of IE4 I /5 13 1110 William Moe 20! IneBirbiry 2121 10113
H
7001UDI 1140 of HEN 01 II" of Lot 12 Ilk I Ramos ux
2041 WN 01 ISIS 3. 49 ZI I It Trusts, N 05 25171 A"I."O 10011 Lot 11 I 13 ZI.U Coast Gilbert' Stillworth
t. !'ou.1 IW4 01 IE" I 51 13 lit M..h.t 01 '.01 179 In OR B. 7.IIKnown IneBirbiry 2971 4 SIP
10113 000 X
of
of 510 of NH et
12291 Lot 11 Ilk I ux
:tl'rh. 7070 8W..
01 HW" of HEN 01
:: : :1\ Edw.d I.
: 17'-
Loss W. 35 Ft. 229 10. HEN 20 51 33 1140 lI.rtholo.w 2.11 et Lot 71 Cape Re Coat 12300 Lot II Ilk I J, Hithcock 1312Alphonte
3 91 21 4 Core
231. WNof514of5NNNN of mono 1
1107 NM of HW" of U" of 121
514 of IEN Ins W. 35 FL 22 .. Z1 I Norman boson '.04 /foy.Mnrop inc. Lot 7 Ilk I M, Cimpbill 9422Eltht
1361 of IN of NH of Bond M1ii SEN II 51 33 I 0. 171 1011I OR 11172 4 271 1 II 21 10 Birbiry Coitt um Lot 17 Ilk 4 Htnll Jr. 23.II
713.1m HEN 01 7047
:: ot..IIoI. : HEN 01 HW\4 01 M0OO L. IneBirbiry
Ina '.04
of HEN 35 Ft. 23 49 Z1 I James H. Liwtet
of NH of SN oNH of Bond MIN HW\4 2. 51 13'" McM.hn I.'. 10133 Lot I 4 Lot I 4 I' 10 91oil 21 272 I* Coast lUll Lot I514 I uxJ 9177
O.PI 44171
7111WI of
:: Inc. $04 HEN HW" oSEN 01 1 141 Let Romno IneBtrbtry
of HEN Lug E. 35 71. 239 Z1 I works 10131 T, Gaunt
W.it.r G HEN ZI fl U 214. Victor MNiver 1.7. Lots II II 27.5 Coast 411
514 of In 01 HW" 01 1ZJ17 Lot 21 Ilk ILett Firm InoJ ,
11NWN ]/ HIIo 01 Hit 01 U\4 01 HW' 1312
219 Z1 I Ooroholy T.. /.N 1I."I.ml" W. 10333 SN of NWU. 4 HEN 4 NUf Inc T. Qiunt

'151&I' N W. 550' of 1140 01" Wlliom [. 717. 01 IWN'W\4. of SWN. 01 IWN. 5 HIIo II 51 13 1140 Pfint.r, U. SWU of NU'cr. SCU 2 S3 12 440 The Southco. MOM lUll 2429 BlkMILLCRt / Farms' Inc, 101

HEN of 5EN of NWN /9 27 .1Forsyth .1 u. 325 of 1140 of 11\4 01 IWIt 01 Juii.n 10331 All Lett ell. told I b. onSeolo co..t PAR PS 2.10
2/10 1140 of HEN 0111'- HE" 24 /9 Z7 I Claude J. Cothon N fore .I 19(1 3 SI 12 229
IW" II 51 13 II Roberts Jr. /U .IIIw. Cosset, CoFirdlnend. II M C. P Frltchey
of NWU of
121 NN 01 HW'01 HEN 01 T3SIEN / Hit of HEN\ of HEN NNWN 10J. 5wN01 A. 12349 I Las 7, t. 10 Ilk I et uxC III
lu. W. 30 Ft Z. U Z7 I Ro. M. Wlnon .04 of I S3wu 12 I 471 Frltchey
HIIo HW" of HW" PlttteniFrink
1121 lit 01 HW" 01 HEN 01 01 HI" HIIo of U" 01 10370 of seu of HEN ef 12341 Lett 11 to tl SIb t .t Y till

Sell I.c. w. 30 't. ZI U Z7 I Ro. M WI"t. .04 HW'01 HW". .140 oSEN OWN 3 S3 12 I give 411 C.I 4 Ad* M.

1131 11\4 olIW" oSEN 24 N Z7 10 J. T. W.Ih.r 7.13 .1 HW" of HWIt. Hit of 10JII All Less rlIt I. told bi South. CoN 12392 Lots 7.1 Blk 4 WnhlngtenJohnnie 4019
1 S3 12 499
2511 WIIo 01 lit 01 HEN 01 HW" John Sof fore ll T. 4
,
NEN 01 U14 01 Co
HW'Hit Contt
11'- 2N Z7 20. C.oll" Cohn 1.7. 01 HW" 01 IWN. of HI". 10117 14 of SWU of SCU 9 91 12 10 Junes 'c.UH1IUU Lot 17 4 II Ilk I Tony CirmoC 11.77
of OWN of SCU of
1721 WIIo 01 11\4 01 HEN ofSWN 10411 P. Frltchey
.
H" of SWN 01 II" 01HW"
end EN 01 II" 01 Lucius A. SEN I 13 12 I Cleehino 4 19 lUll I lots 5 11 Ilk I uxJo 1407
1140 of IW\4 01 II" 01 Anthony
IOIZO All let ill told b*
HEN 01 IW\4 309 27 10 113Z711 pored
A"d..O" Viol
W. 4
HW". lit of HEN\ 01 NWNor *
W. 01 HEN 01 11'01 Lucius A. 'W\4. I" of IWN. 01 ton April I, IMI 163 12 110 SSI C? 137.0 J240. Las I 4 7 Ilk I C. SmithJoe 1104

IW4 30 U 17 I A"d.r.o" 154 HEN The Southcoett I Lots 11.22 21 24 Blk' I Loss R/W W. SmithJr
01 IW\4. lit 01 HW\4
Ino Wit 01 IW14 01 II' 01 Leo Martin IOU 1 ALL It S3 12 MO 114. 19 In OR 111929Lott 12113
o5EN 01 IWN. 1140 01 '1.. 11..1 10410 WU of Sec lying N. of Tim Centt Co '"0.
SWN 309 Z7 I
.t u. 4$4 C. P '
IW\4 01 5WN. of IE\4. I" Estate D.v. Frltchiy
Tr. Let NWU ef NWU efWU ,
Z73S WM 01 HEN .1 HW" 01 Ilk
Norman Wilson of SWN 01 IW" of OWN. I II 355 Co'p. 3..1 Th. South Cent J2J02 10.11 I Nut 1192
103 12
IEN. 10 U 27 I .t us 1.54 7311 HIIo of HEN of HW" of Cent. re 1113 Lots 17'II Ilk I loss R/W 'In OR

1770 EN 01 HW" 01 IWN. of Louie, Q. M1iiorNWN HW'H" of HEN 01 HEN 104. H U of SWU. of SWU. of William J. B. 11417CW C. P. Frltchiy 14421et

II 45 Z7 I .t u .... 01 HEN I" of HEN. 01 57497 All WU let ill pircele told be. 3 S3 II I 51011510TOe10 4.79C I MARKET PB I.104Ml

13&7 I" 01 HEN 01 HEN 2 U t20 J K'.I liy Lawrmc0 II.U HEN II"01 HEM 01 HI'-. HIIo 01 HIIo NWNof 01 ore April L 19(1 Of. S3 11 499II :. Ina ,3,9,124.7 Lott 11 Blk I Wheals. 3301.

Mrs. Chorli.Orunhad HEN of HEN 01 11'- INof 10101 NEllol SCU of HEN 104 1240. I lot I Ilk I Neoly Devla 1044

1310 HW\4 of In of IWN. 4. 14 10 SN HEN 01 HEN of SWN. 1012. lit of Seu ,ego Folng Pi re. S3 1 Joseph E Quercle 4II 12111WH I lot I Blk, 2 L'' Frltchey 2312

3393 IN of I\ of IEN I N 14 20 Thom.5F.: : Webb S II.IZ lit. .of Hit HEN of II"of HEN of .NWNof ofIEN. of HW\4 of II" of IZ.II Lot 2 Ilk N"YO w.' Orlna '.CI

NNN of of IEN of 11\4. 1140 01 HEN of SWN. Cecil E. Grainger

SWN IZI 19 14 I Loul. Payne '.71 U" 1140 of II" ofHWM of IENN 01 IW\4. HW\4 12411 Lot /IIk 1 00 u. 7'.11
of OWN, /N of 5ENof
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31.3 Porcel II' X 131' 10.
NWN '1.. 1'.1 May IS
of IEN. NH of
01 sod 171' I.. of HW Cor 01 HW'of 'W\4. 1110 of HEN .
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10."
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311. HEN Loss I. 100 n S H. 50 7311 lit HEN of of H"11\4.f of,1.\4 1114 01 151 14 10 Corp.1'.11. M. 312$ HEN Otllol HW'I 13 3J m Celind Corp .n 12119NWN Nn 1 5 II Ilk U :. us Brown 10 90

't. I 10 ZI 157 I 10511 of HEN of 12511 17
Circle Four Inc.H 44Jochnon IE\6 01 OWN 7 II 32N Turnor U. ,of IW\4. HW'- of HEN 01 Lot 0 514 J. T. Mays 101

3661 HEN of HW" 1 10 26.0 Ru chi W IS.3107 ... 1102 Hit HW\4.of H"HW\4 01 OWN of. HW"oNWN of OWN Wit 01 OWN 01 HEN lUll ot II Ilk 15 I Florlde I Foot of Inc. 31ot

IW\4 o5EN 01 HW14 of Rob.rt Wt.Mot ib of oIIW\4. WIIo 01 H" of IE". 12510HEN. II Sib' 27 Merin, Louvre 431
NWN HIIo of II" ofNWN
HW\4 ol10 ZI I I Jot .' U. '.73 01 HW". Hit of 5ENof 1140 of H\4 .1 11'- 12501EN 000 II, ZZ 4 U .Ik II Jemn D. Thomas 1107
01 HEN of OWN of
3720 1..10" 01 1140 01 HIIo O..ld 5 {..anot
Henry
Hit 01 HEN 01 'W\4 150 26 3140 Myrtle Ch....' I U U HEN 01 II"01 HW"01 NWN 114 HI4of ofNWN II" WIIo 01 HW\4 of 11\4 South Cast IZIOI Lag 17 5 31 .Ik 30 u. IIZw.

3103 IW'01 II4 01 HW" 1 SO 27 10 Gatrud.lnyor 7.13 11\4 01 IWIt 01 HW\4. of II" I 13 JJ UO Cons'. Co. Ina 12415 L. 4 Dorothy
10SZI All lies 1140 01 HW\4 01
John 12111IWN ot I Ilk U Crawford 1.10
I SO JI 110 HIIo of HW\4 of HEN of of HWIt. W. of HIlt
3174 H. ISO Ac. 01 11.\4 k4c .u 1. 1113 South Coast M.
5WN. lito of HW14 of HEN\ err
3110 HI\4 01 HW\4 and HW'- of R' L. 01 IW\4. 1140 of HW\4 of of IW4 01 HW" 13 U 130 Con,'. Co. 21112 12531: 01. 1-7 Ilk 3. Black ....1Colli.

HEN 3 50 II 2791 Jackson To. .0." South D..
HWIIo 01 IW\4. Hit of HE\4 Ct.t r
.001 Hit 01 .It 01 IW'01 HW14 Mldod 5030.5of ,ALL 7 IJ U"O Cont. 21:1": 12542rp. 005 I.3 .Ik 3. Cop. 1107
of HW" II 10 II 25 OWN of IW\4. lit 01 '1.. Niel, 10147 H 12. I' 02251' 01 W. AII."tIC Manta
Cobninoft.tta 3.31 fll'- of IW\4 of OWN. SN htot. Des.of SOS 'of E. 1311' of IW'I 13 JJ .11 W. w. 4 01110
tOil I" 01 IW14 of HW14 of L J. Co I II UI11 ot Z1 Ilk 31 Mil CI."lo" 1.71
HEN II 10 JI I II" 0' OWN. 01 OWN U II 350 Cop. 3425 10117 H J7II' 01 S 2319 I' 01 W. Atlonb, Mort.
Quinn ..11 E. L. S Ina L.
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CO NAPLES, LITTLE OROVI FARMS NO. 2 14011I LM. I.t Ilk' 17 Crnat W CnN II J'1 h Theadere K, 4 Irmo

1-17 Jet Ocr MirtinHernendel 21/60 Lot I' Ilk A S Mootgomery NN
PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE W E I'O"l'Ih NIL! tot :1: Ilk 21 114 I GOLDEN fNOR5 H .15

..1'ue II 91Ig Dr. Alberta Kenneth /.
1m' W, Lot
17171 o199Y OMrl ea N 32ll.. Lot 31. foalt0r Let 31 Ilk 21 Merlnei Atey I (01 I 11917 Lot 17 McConhy II."

1 P05.[ :. :M' li Lot 121.71 32' 24" 'LoC 35 Ilk 21 Jar Harnendat Ocr Martin 161fherle I Zl031 Lot II .h.n.h.n Dr. Darnel N N
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Kni Oeorle INDUSTRIAL ADDITION I/ 1.101
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I LI Lot n. w N N' N.
Cooper 1017 Wm, H. ft Ethel 11011 A Lot 3 John A. 14111271 2112
i 'i.7.711Itooro; : Th.man : Lot IS V Ilk 2' ... Jonee 14 01Hetkell I
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Jet.ok LAKE FOREST RE LAT ILK A 11 1..0
I 1711. no' 01 { Lot | :
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53' MIL 10 II Walber Sr, 1717 2211N. : Rector IM 101Sueme ZlUZ la tl, eiA A R. C. IoNner 2S10
Lot 41 Ilk II
100.1. Robart l Carl I 01 I LAKE FOREST Ie I"
I 17550i 75' 01 .. no' 0' W

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I j' Ii I I 171U 255' .' XC 6"' In NW Co Lot 22 10 II 10 .I T..ch mil ,Let I) ft 44 Ilk )lLM S. Perkm 14 II ZlIS' Lot 17. 51k.0 I Montgomery I....

FB I t u. It02 George R ft LAKE MANOR
: 81 U 10 II lUll II..n/ ,
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IE Z Judy M. C.rdom Ketherlne Herding II J Wm. H. 1 Eth.1

-_ 1717)Vio. N. 170' 01 W !IO' 0' E. 175' S .t'10' "NAPLES' PARK UNIT 4 PB 1.7 Inu Lot 17 I I I I I ... J"" 11.11
01. 1", IIA A Virgo II 13 Cherlei H LAKEWOOD PARK PI 4
Im Lola =11, IIA S Viola: C: Smith 5mlh1: {I 1771. Lot 130.01 W. 100' 01 E. 440' Staa.y 104 1m' Lola 2191. Ilk.. Cobb et ux 2172 1 I I Leroy C. Rlltea

12.72 Lot 12. Ilk I 3111 SLot 529 Wane 1.70 George J. 1161. Lilt 10. Ilk I I p0455, at so II..
Viola C. CIS6CO.
Smith 1.0 LM 4) Ilk 41
IM Flor.nee Lrtnnd
12.7. Lob II.". Ilk I Viol. NAPLES IMPROVEMENT Rehring
C. Smith 2011 Fey ft Zelm I161Z Lot S' Sib I I Juno M. Taylor 77.11

12"1 Lot 10. Ilk I Joe E9 Uv:. Smith' U 54 17.60 E. .10''LITTLE: of w. 1100'FARMS N :: t:1: Joseph A. m/: Lot lob IS 10 Ilk 1 50 II Ilk 50 Bemon 14 81Merk I MOORINGS''' UNIT I 11 .13 4 04
10122 IZ II T. Oliver IM Mrs. Mary
lob 41 IIA' C It II IUluml ot U.

Im SOUTH Las 13.18.IMMOKAUE elk I C HQTI. PB Viola Viola: : C C: Smnh Smith: : 3117 1721 17171 II E. 100' 0' W. 1110' 01 .It Lotu It II .I.n Taylor u.n 2129I2 I Las I. 9 S 1ft Ilk II Oulae Lorraine M. llllSra 2991la' t'AI"N K 1 NAPLES GOLF 1 Wynne Scent m.,

H'W. Maria lEACH CLUI TRACT PS ,.,1
1211. Lot. 1 Ilk I L. S Dorothy 17171 :, 50' 01 W. 1100' ofN Lotu It t5 Helen T.ylo U t7 2244.64700 Lot 17 Ilk II Luna Aeotl 7 11 T. :. Mont.om.1M..7
C. Crawford 1131Nellie 11W I Lot 15 Ilk 12 300. Lot 10 Ilk 7 a
1717' 50' 01 E. '50' .1 .N 01 Lot Wm, E. R. L. Elton ot ux II ISJoe
Jackson .
12.01 Lot 21. Ilk I $2 U It II 0"1'1" .t U. 1112 ft NrsnHrnchy NAPLES HEIGHTS RE LAT "I ..
Et VI' 2011 24177 I Las 31.31 Ilk 12 1212 William I.
UMINOLE IUID. PS 1.1 NAPLES MANOR UNIT I
Arthur E, 30lZl Lot I Slone. Inc 11.11
12.43 Lots 1131. Ilk
A Carl W..hln.t" /I. N P1317N !1011Hem. I Las t ft t Ilk 13
11160 la elk 1 Mid, .St.1o Blanton .t UK 21 M Roots C.
Lt. Harry E. K.hn I U Inc. III 14710 I IE Lot* 27 ft II Ilk II Mir Stery II 77 .0150 Lot 34 Schw.'kert' ot u. ....
HEIGHTS PS UI I7tZlum Lot I Ilk 21160 I LM
1I..h 31 Ilk I) John R Hage Jr, IM NAPLES IMPROVEMENT CO.

Las I 1 I. Ilk I Wenptay: J,. 88* 11007 Cpt'ES" MANOR NN e20 ADD.IIb I Rockwell 60/0 WU I Let* 41 ft 4* ft M Ilk I) Arthur Stanton E.et ux llll LOIN LITTlE NapImp'ARMI Co Little PB H funs 117.' IIIo.

Loon P.Thelma. .. Eerie L. Jr. ft .11 Int..t ''n LotS 4 N IZ I' 01
12192 SIA M. 11 a 01 1 II Joshua J.mM 24717 I,01. 2421 Ilk M Anne T. Wllllemi 13.11 Lot N S I IZ I' 0' Lot 14 EXC. R/W. Mlnn Scott tJ."

hri IJ. Iunkelt.I.O Rouse 112 :NAPLES PARK UNIT I PB I.ILae NAPLES TERRACE PS 1.13
PS IlIU Lot 10 Ilk 1 WU
1.32 : n E. U U Blk {S W T. Cunmnghim II 77 Loon A.

WIlIboin: j Smith .t u. 111 1410' I Las 1 7. 1 Ilk II E. P Helre 241 M 30201 Lot 7 0 1 1 E pat.ln, Tr. 601
13011 NN Lot
IL Ilk A Lawson, ;. .. 11m Lot Ilk II S Mid State Home A.

Dayton :1'11, "oE'I lt" N IS ?m I L.ot 31 Ilk 51 Ine IMAllc 30107 Lot EeonpeMn,, Tr. 11.1.
13040 Lot II, Ilk IUUCh.I. 1 Ilk II
I Lot
$bught.r, .t u. 131 NI bum [. Smith lot U Ilk 17 May Long III OYSTER lAY UNIT I Pe 111

Edna .Parton Seat, S 1'.1 Lot 10 Ilk 11 TI.t u. Inc, 135.31 2/601 Sol 31 1 1ff Ilk II John Muillo ft Florence I 1U / 30117 Lot I Timmons Ellubot" IS."

130.1 Lot /Ilk I. N N 1311 !11)12 Lot H SIk I 1,1 TrD.:: Inc. 111 2/991 LNAPIE .ot Ilk II ._ ...__._u ...,,..__ ....S OYSTER lAY UNIT 3 PI .13
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woo -V- ... .0320 Lot 21 Paler F. Lick 57./1
H. Kirby S ; MANOR ANNEX ISOSIPI "L ot nitkii' I .14.XxptM OYSTER lAY UNIT I PS 4-11
1301' Lot II 1-110 I Ir.,. I.$,I
Doot" Imllh 31S 1. WIIII.m T. ft Viva Lulu C.
AVALON lATn UNIT I. I62 Jam. 101.1125061) Lei 17 Ilk 19 .0.50 Lot II Robl..son .....
UlU Lot 18. 515 Willing O. Cron ,.., I ISO: Lot 1 I'k' II Mary Brooks M R.. ..N PHILIP' n. RUST DEVELOPMENT
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1314. Lot 31. Ilk I Tholmo P. Bryan 113 NAPLES MANOR LAKES 25071PS I Let 31 Ilk I) rtV.V'lnc PS 174'OJ"
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later I.$4 A 17 ?r.I" IM Pr NW Co SEC 1!. Run S Alg W Line

1114t Lot 62, Ilk I Whiueer, ot u NN M Growers Ina illS lSUI 0) S, M Lots |II ft U Ilk' II Bet. eFuton 141 3st. E. Par, N. Lln. I. tar liS'. S.Perp .
Jolf IIIZIU107 NAPLESIk I N. Line SS' W. Par. N. Line
Lot 17 1 II. Ilk I Townund. .t u 1111 TWIN LAKES nUt 1 Lot 41 Ilk II {fidLO<"" III U' 10 P05 Run .'Iy .1. AC wish
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13211 Lot I1 II Ilk I Jo. I.bto 10 IS PI 4.15 S 31 radius JS' center which I. J4 II' [. S
R. 4 Opal
Norbert C. 10b.I
:m: Lot :. Ilk 711k d Hn d. Dannls 112011 N I lob 21 ft 17 Ilk M 15/' I 01 P00. For 17.1', IW'ly/ eagle
W. Slavln fnnA F I 13 IIJu.n
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Lot S 10. 7 :;. walks, r: : 1911 Lot I SIb 1 Williams 1141 Per I dig JO Mln E to S wIth Lin.Par. .

lAD AXE /UID PS ...10IUU 160 Lot I SIb Ralph Neapolitan J. lend 1StCO /I I Let 41 Blk II Squndef.rnand.s Newel I SI N. I. n. 10. PIM to C".nn.'

Itervry 1110 f m S I lob I. I. I. ., S I Ilk II Oareld B, Fyke 12417 NW'ly alone water to In'aoo with Lino
Lot I Ilk F Sibley, ft.U.. 11.11606 Lot II Ilk 4 I Lot1 Blk 19 Gereld B. Fyke 851 through P05 P.. TP N. line ace IS. Wm. W. I Marilyn
Mary A. 1 H.v.y NORTH NAILS/ IfIG LANDS umLot. Lot 12 Oereld I .1. ID line 154' PIM to P08. E. Sorry t.'."
I13SS Lot I Ilk I PI 412 II' 1yA.. IM
11312 '
LANTERN
late LAKE SECTION
E. 6211 Blk' 71
Ilbl.y W.Tenorll/1 .
11.3: 1.231 Ilk F Robert Robert E Martin 1177
NuIA 1.SAYVIEW j PORT ROYAL PI 1.100
lUll La 10, II PINE ACRES PS 1.31 I Lot 33 Ilk Wm J. ft Esther S. Wm n, T..cy.
Oon, Et U. lot 71
k"K PI .24 11.1< Loh 1 1 10 1 10 15 I w. I. W..ae 1111 m: LM 44 Bin 71 I.nn.n' 51 30111 Lot n ot u. ......
PINE RIDGE Ie H4 H. A. Weeebeugh I SI
113. Lot I
Iu'.h' D.nlord I II Samu.1 1 NAPLES PARK UNIT I PB IIILott LANTERN LAKE ADDITION
Johnnie S PORT ROYAL P5 J.II
13411 Lot 3S Martha inn.tt 131 1119U427 Lot I Ilk A Mrs.Pauline Laura.Teach3 10 INS I 1to 11 Incl, Ilk 31 Prop.rtl.Vlnc, 1171 30731 Lot 71 Dr. E, H. C.u., 10."
RIDGE LAKE PB 323
Marlon c.
Lot 11191IRDOKSIDE Lot I Ilk A Sach. 9111 Stew Mary
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Kennedy 1 51Cherhs Ilk 41
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UNIT 1 PS .7Z M.r..II. H.JOUS .
W. 11101 I Ilk A S.ttyhRooh r. HZ 10 1661Lai 0 Lot II Ilk 71 CoTaTeVt i. Lot II. Ilk 3 White III.".

11"0 Lot I, Ilk A Et U. III. RIVER PARK EAST Pe 1 N I IS
Ioly. 1111 I19S! Nale' 1911);: 1: um Lot 31 J.m. C. 4 Robe lutl.

114" Lot I. Ilk A Joseph Nobl.. .t H.rb.rt u. IU 13D.v'd 1197 : 21 SLIM C Ern ; Ilk 79 Charlano' Blake IIILM 310.2. Lot I 51kV .t u. IUO
K.therln. W.
PIN [ RIDGE EFO
Dlltm.nn H U601 1 M Ilk 74 ROYAL HARBOR UNIT I PS .11
U4SS Lot 10 Ilk I PI 421 mIl WilDOn' II
Palo ".U Lot 4* Ilk 74 McC.u..rty
1 JannaVa.nscaen Curt loot
Roger Con.nt David 130 II LM 4) Ilk 71 IM 31111 W. 31' Lot II 1 All Lot 13 SIb I S C. 71.71
2006 Lot I Ilk H m; Bruc L, Nixon 101
U46' Lot I. Ilk C Walsh. I'. Et U. 3111 I Lot I) Ilk 77 ROYAL HARBOR UNIT 3 PS .70
Dorothy C, Jones '.31
LINE RIDGE EXT. IS .11 Thoodo K.Montgomery.

11473 Lot .. Ilk C Worth H.ywood WUllam': <: ml7 Lot 18 Ilk' ID Raymond .
N.wklk 5105
.t u. t IJI 54 ,
200I311 Lot I I'k L U. riligareie III
Loon [. Albertat NAPLES PARK REPLAT ILK I 11491 lot U Ilk U ot u. 116.1.
Lot 11, Ilk C Snyder, .t u. 3811 nUl PI II REPLAY PART 0' NAPLES IS I"IIUI
SR00N0IDE UNIT I. P8 113 101 Lot 3 Ilk R H.tcher I John A. I Joe
N 110' 01 W IS' 0' E 110', Ilk ... Tier
PALM RIVER UNIT I PS JlO .. D. C.'dl"' 4
SIT ISIS I LM 1 ,. Ann. VsoonerN II
1341. Lot .. Ilk 0 Harold R. bahetore A. _21_Blk .II _._ ... .._ .. I. RD.. .t al, 111roc. 'uu, _Seaboard. .! plt.. u. .. u.
't.w.rt, .t u. III II U N "''''' a ,Ann unit I "' 0' r .
UNIT 3, PI 319 LAT I 152SROOKSIDS / Lot II C.lco RE LAT ILK4 1 11 ... R"In NE COR LM I"ft Vaceted 1' Iu' ; Inc') Naples' '
NAPLEI VILLAS I6 H ionAlley
W.rno CorydlN I Abutting lad" Lola Blk II, WI III
Malcolm I M. K/n5/ M, H. Devle : '
13161 Lot 11. Ilk F u. "..31Iyon 2060 Lot Ilk 1\ Jr, N u.Mrs. .0 II ttlt/I Lot I Propertlea ISI I 31M7. B.g 106 I of NW Car alb I*. TR II

1.Soot. ROCK CREEK PARK PI P' ISLES OF CAPRI NO I PB 9 41 Con I erg E side, loth It. 120 thanE C. J. Jones
*13S10 Lot 3. Ilk 0 .". .t u. 1091 Emm.r George L 165'. than N 120 Then W 1'&' toPOB Lumbar Co.
COCONUT CREEK UNIT 3. PI 348 15150 '
105/ Lot U Ilk A Kirkland .7.45 Lot M Mortimer 14.21 I oo.I'' 11 Tier II of Naple IneC mil
P.uIO. S Hanle mil N of UNSUB Blk I*. T 11au. J. Jone
13711 Lot ., Ilk 0 ,. : y SmitK. )SKI' Lota 111 ft III Verlynnpngue bard
Mason, J 1112 .31 R.plat Lumber CoStenley 1)147
COCONUT GROVE UNIT I PI 118 1061 Sol I i N. 1! Lot. Ilk I I otlos 74 M I
ISLES OF CAPRI NO .
Mathew 0 SLots t PB .. W.
Pool A. 2061 7d2 Y eIA I S W.vy Plnder 1O.0J 11097 Lola 272 ft 27) L. L. Loach IIII: 31(71 Las 112, Ilk 22 T II. Seaboard Raplat Whit.. et ux I.....
lUll Lot I, Ilk A Irminger, I', 40 II"dn.y ROSEMARY HEIGHTS' 10 113 11143 Lot. 927 ft 321 L. L. Loach M 41 31(71 Loll 17 Ine Ilk II T 12 Seaboard Re

13110 Lot 3 Ilk A L. Stanley Gordon Raymond F. ft BlatNPLATTED I Ellen Brooker ft
Iw.ln, It u. 7.45 2013 N. ISO Lot 37 Townsend 52 7. 1..11 Lot )SI Alice May Long pal I LANDS TWP 4* ft M Wilson J.

Lloyd IIICO 2073 E. 100' 01 .. III' lot 16 01 11174 ISLES OF CAPRI Range 15 Tlppln, 411II
UIZJ Lot Ilk A
I. hrk.r. .t U. 31 nWlfl.m Part Lot .1 D.., In 01 4..n' J. J. Townsend 17.3Mid 0 IInJ BUSINESS SECTION' PI 212 31 111 From PI ef Ely prolong ef I LI ofE

13114 Lot ,. Ilk A I. State Homes 26n5 Lot 412 Varlynn Sprifue 2109 W alley I Blk 2T 1nwlI:1:: : R/W
B.nfl.ld l III 17 7017 560 of 37 Inc 10 14 Lot 4IS 411 Loach Ine. )7171: ACL 504,110.! run R/W

lUll Lot II. Ilk A Henry C. IurcAus ::OS'M".R; HEIGHTS otA IS 1.71 26ZU Lot SOS Ida Enlarprlaai 141.70 200 to POB, cons 1260 Ft W "' II'

.t 'HS Oaorge 1. Raymond F, 4 to E LI o55' StrM N en E LI too

UU3 Lot 1{. Ilk A Mary V. 20)6 Lots 91. 100 S W, 10' Lot 102 Cerune, .t u. IS ot 11264CI Lot SM Alice May Long II." E 'II*' te POB Unplatted Land I M 21 Irvin P. Nens 1110
R.u.h.d.n 11.17 / SNORE 1Y 7 J1 K. ft !900 A lot er parcel of land 'In Gov LM *.
UlU Lot It, Ilk A Dolphins I. 2011 : 1 51k E CI.ud. J. Cothon I II 1I1nlubd. Lot 111 ',moan Bachelor 21M ) SO.25 from IE Cor. ef I E )40 ef W
Cartwrl I ht IIUG 01 Ilk F I.b.1 Shores PS .40 ISLES OF CAPRI NO I PB III 640 of N 4M of ID IM I run N Per'II

1313. Lot I. Ilk I Jame'Mclo. 20111 Las 25 S 2/ Rab.n G. Cotton !tt Willerd L. Jon.. to W Line ef IM for II then Defl
.. ot U. 111,17W.II.c. SORRENTO GARDENS tot Loll M7 Ml at UK Ill 91 from N to W M D.. 37'0" ft Run

M. UNIT a PI HI TOWN OF EVERGLADES NW'ly for 344 M/L te PT ef Inttn with
U'4 lot SIS C
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a ..ltoloA CarlWh Ems Peril te ft 340 W ef lit Court.t .

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COCONUT GROVE UNIT I PS .17 A Jr at ux hardII5 ft MO W" ef SO .Court for IS4
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Baseball District 8 MeetIs


PostponedToday's e

Roundup
r. scheduled District I 8
Class B-C track meet in Fort

You're Houston Manager liar. V Myers has been postponed, The
ry Craft. The score's tied 3-3 In NEWS learned late this morning
the seventh and you've got 4 District officials have decided
man on base, but three oj poor that the meet will be run Monday,
next four hitters art-&elthan!;!. but the site will not be announced
ers, scheduled to bu vtalnct a until later today The postpone.. . . . . . . . . ..
left-handed pitcher. r ment affects nln participating

What do you do? tl teams in south Florida, Includ. 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, May 1, 1964
Simpler You bat for one of the L f ing two from Collier County,,
lefty swingers-the one who's i Everglades and Immokalee.
collected a homer and two sin. w-lntegrated-athletlcs.po..
ties in three at.bats. hey of the Lee County schoolS ] Northern Dancer Hill Rise

What happens? 1 }stem forced the postponement. ,
You jet booed. And you belt f Jupiter's track team is Integrated I
the Los Angeles Dodgers 7.1. and district track offi.

That's the way Craft worked dials are trying to line up a site Rated Top Derby Favorites
:
things out at Houston Thursday at which this problem will not

night when he made his strate. n, be encountered It may be Lake
glc moves in the last of the M p e Placid At any rate, apparently LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP)-Hill 1 7. Northern Dancer Hartack 5.2
seventh. Eddie Kasko opened the meet will be Monday. Rise, the pride of California,, 8. Ishkoodah Baldwin 30.1
the Inning with a single and was The top three finishers In and Northern Dancer, Canada's> 9. Dany K. Solomone 20.1
sacrificed to second. With lefties each event will be eligible to hope, ruled as favorites today 10. Royal Shuck Bolin 30.1
due up, Dodger Manager Walt participate In the state meet among the dozen year-old I 11. Hill Rise Shoemaker 6.5

Alston switched to a southpaw .... next Friday at Gainesville thoroughbreds entered for the 12. Roman Br, Chambers 10.1
pitcher, Jim Brewer. W \If f.--- Immokalee could qualify several 90th running of the $1Z5Ooo.add. Weights All carry 126
Craft let lefty Al Spangler hit, ,.' .... : : "' Clewls- ed Kentucky Derby. pounds. Gross value-$156,800
'
_, boys, although
and Brewer walked him. Up; ... Pre.race odds on Hill Rise are with 12 starters; $114,300towln.
ton U show Its
expected to
next Wit another lefty, Walt 6.5 and 5.2 on Northern Dancer. ner $25,000 to second
NAPLES HIGH $12,500to
Bond, who hit a two.run homerIn SCHOOL Hack team closes out Randy Hauls ; second row, Eric Steele, Gene Moss, strength In the short run- Far behind, In the view of the third, $5,000 to fourth. Post

the first Inning and added season Friday afternoon and night at district meetin Lee Treadwell, Billy Bryan, Bob Koch, Wally ning events and fleld vents. handicappers, are Quadrangleand time 4:30 p.m. (EST). Televl.

two singles for a perfect night, Fort Laudcichile Hill IJiyan has been head Fiednckson ; back low, Tom Bernard, Rodney Everglades Coach Phil lar- The Scoundrel, each 8.1. sion-4 p.m. EST, CBS.
And out he came. coach, assisted by Jerry Moms and Jerry Howell, Eal'l18haSteve Clark Bruce Lamartine, Paul son hopes that Willard Wootencan Cloudy skies and a tempera.

Rookie Mike White was sent Front low, from left, John Bass, Alan Foster, Felsch. Not present were Rex Storter and Bob qualify for the state meet ture in the 60s are forecast for Gil Newton Wins
up to pinch hit as the I rowel I Jackie Kline Walter IMthie, Richard Woodruff, Bianchi. NEWS In the shot put, along with Saturday's race The track
booed. They weren't booing ( photo) John Dickerman In the mile and should be in good shape despite Low Net
when White drove a single )just the mile team of Dicker- rain the early part of the week.A TourneyAt
relay
third base, driving In Kasko. Naples Softball crowd of about 100,000 Is ex.
Bob Aspromonte then was In. League Ford Is One Up man, Jimmy Collins, Ron pected. Big Cypress
Brown and
Junior Ballard.
tenllonally walked to load: the If all 12 colts start, the purse Members of the Big Cypress
bases, and left.swinging Rusty Also competing Monday for will aggregate $156,800 and the Men's Golf Association In Wed.
Staub was up./ Craft let him hit, Publix Wins First Game Of Season On Nicklaus In Everglades are Collins and winner will receive $114,300. It nesday's regular outing compel
and he did-lacing a double ; Randy Martin In the mile costs $1,250 Just to go tothe postin ed for prizes in a low net scor.

down the right.field line that Vegas TourneyLAS Butch Hughes In the broad addition to the $250 entry fee Ing arrangement using onlya
cleared the bases. Jump, and the sprint medley and $100 to nominate. of their handicap In figuring

That ended the strategy hut Stone Builders Dig In At Top Spot VEGAS, Nev. (AP) relay team of Ballard, Brown, The Kentucky Derby is a I14. scores.
tie .
nd the
Dodgers' four game Pace.settlng Doug Ford and his, Charlie Goff, and Hughes. mile race with all entries car. Gilbert Newton took top honors
winning streak.
28 These four rylng 126 pounds.LOUISVlLLE"AP. shooting 87.16.71. Charles
golfing rivals faced and I same boys will make
Phlhtl..l"hb'- m-lHo- .- II" tkrnah SOFTBALL STANDINGS led, and filed! out three timesto Art Schultheis resulted In twofirstInning probably what could be par worse, up the 880 relay team. Rice, George Lozier and H.B.
)
victories In a row by beating; W L Weeks !In ) The Ruhl ended the round in three
field.
deep desert
center runs for Stone. winds, as Besides Clewls-
play today Everglades,
Cincinnati 3.1 In the only other Stone 4 0 field for Saturday's $125,000. way tie with scores of 8311.72,
Weeks made five putouts for Lester Liles doubled and scor- swung into the second round of r ton, and Immokalee,
National competing added Kentucky I14
League game player 1 2 2 Derby, 82.10 72, and 786.72, respect.
Tropics
In American League action i, Stahlman Publix and left fielder Pete ed In the second, and Richie the $65,000 Tournament of schools In the district meet are miles, at Churchill Downs, with ively

Cleveland belted Minnesota 8.4 Hubllx 1 3 I lav ran hauled down seven fly Yahl homered over the left- Champions Fort Lauderdale, Pine Crest, track handicapper's odds: Ira Capelle was the guest win.

and Kansas City walloped| De.troit 1 3 balls. field fence for three more The weatherman forecast t Pahokee, Jupiter, LaBelle. PP Horse, Jockey Prob. Odds. ner with 75570. But Whiteleywith
103. Stone scored six runs In runs In the third. steady winds of 15 to 20 milesan 1 Alva, and Bishop Verot. I. Mr Brick Valenzuela 10.1 81.10.71 and John Yates with
Three games were rained out Publix Market won !Its firstj the first three Innings off Ger Tropics held to one hit by hour and gusts up to 30 as 2. Quadrangle Ussery 8.1 754.71 tied for second. There

-san Francisco at Chicago anc game of the season last night,, aId I Kelly, while Tropics con Ed Swiss for four Innings, got the select field set forth at noon I Smiles Flash As 3. Wll Rad Vasquez 20.1 was a three-way tie for third
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee In thc and Stone Builders tightenedk tinued In a season-long hitting three runs back In the fifthon over the par 36.38.7Z,7,073.yardDelert 4. Extra Swell Volzke 30.1 place among Keith Kellogg, 80.

NL and Chicago at New YorIn their grip on first place In the slump. Tropics has only 14 two walks and two hits. Inn Country Club course. Karras Signs New 5. Mr. Moonlight Combest 30.1 7.73; O.I. Elevens, 796.73; and
the AL. men's Softball The 6. The Scoundrel Ycaza 8.1 Don Elferdlnk with 84-11.73.
league hits In four games. Schultheis relieved Swiss and 41.year.old Ford, with a
The IXMigers scored In the In a real slugfest, Publix Triples by Buck Flowers and prevented further flrst.round 34.33.67, held a one. Pact With Lions-
first Inning on a triple/ by Maur)v I held on fora 14.13 victory MHVH WHB HMMVW PMM *1 scoring. stroke lead over defending I DETROIT (AP-Those broad ELECT
Stone added (In the
Wills two runs
and Willie Davis' '
sac rlfl over Main flashed around the
Property smiles
fly but the Colts moved ahead: tenance In the first game of Golf Clinic Set seventh off Fred Schmucker, carded 34.34.68. I Detroit: being Lions' office Thursday t WILLIAM G.
In the bottom of the who relieved I Kelly In the fifth.
Inning onBond's I the Gambler Park doubles Five shots off the pace, In a I i meant bad news for the rest of
Fox, Bond homer,and Singles by Nellie''header. Stone breezed past For Big Cypress tie with U. S. Open champion I I the National Football League CROWLEYCOUNTY

It 3.1 In (the third.Aspiomimtemade second-place Tropics Drive Inn A told clinic to start at 8.30a Hole In-Wall Julius Boros and five others, Alex Karras, the Lions' star
h The Dodgers tied It with In the nightcap, 8-3. ,m, on Thursday May 7.11 on was the favorite with Nick. ''defensive tackle who was rein. PROSECUTOR
the schedule for the members laus, Masters champion Arnold single In Stone and Stahlman
runs the will
fourth
and I
fifth against Dick Farrell, with c tangle at 7:30 on Tuesday, and of the Big Cypress Women' Ladies Wind Up Palmer, with a 7Z.Palmer' suspension for gambling, signedhis Democratic Primary May 5, 1964
first contract
John Gulf Association, a spokesman initial round Includ. two.year
Werhas sacrifice Publix
fly an I I meets Tropics In the
Ron Falrly's single! driving i in i 915 second announced Big Cypress Pro Phil ed an eagle 3 on the 554. Thursday. He said he was anx. e CAPABLE I
: contest. Darbyshlre will discuss the rules Winter Season lous to start playing.
the runs. Fan.ell stopped| the Riddled yard fifth hole, and woe for IMPARTIAL
Dodgers the rest of the by Injuries,the Stahl of !golf during the clinic Arnle's Army, a double bogey
way. man team suffered another blow Following the rules discus, Lady golfers at the Hole-in. 6 on the 18th. "Stop" Signs Mean STOP Paid Political! Ad) a EFFICIENT

'. Twins' starter Dick Stigma 1 last night when pitcher-first slum, there will be a 9>hole par,|the-Wall Flub closed out the winter ---
had allowed only one, hit through| baseman Russ Stahlman. pull tiiers best ball tournament. season yesterday counting iV

V' and five Vic Innings Davalillo when Leon started Wagner slugging ed muscles In his right arm. During a noon luncheon neet. only the strokes on the green to . . . . . . . . .
determine the prize winners.
The ing the association's plans for .
team earlier In the still
for the Indians. Wagner the Mrs. H.C. Teetor won InClacs .
summer golfing schedule will
who also collected and I i young season lost catcher! Fred .
a single be discussed. A; Mr?. Rufus Jeffrls in ClassB .
\double, hit a three.run homer In i Doshears and outfielder Guy Pairings for the 9-hole tour ; and Mrs, O. Roberts in ClassC. .
I a four.run sixth Davalillo's dou. Osceola, who are still sidelined have .
been
announced fol
ney as
ble drove In two runs In a three. ] by Injuries. lows Dubane-Gordy vs Damon. The summer season at the club t .

II run seventh "I won't be able to pitch fora Ellsberg at 9 am.; Boyd. will open next Thursday, May 7, S
month," Stahlman said. He Mlnarlch vs Schneider-West at under the leadership of Mrs. 4
had to let up considerably on 9:10; Uukeless-Ruhl vs Wilson. Wesley Martin and Mrs. Walter y .

his fast ball last night, and Cook at 9-20;; Drossart-Brunl vs Wolfe S
Florida State Publix found Stahlman's dells Decker.carr at 930and Reeves. Mrs W, Roy Smith has been aL

eries to their liking The Jones vs McCune-Banks at 9:40. elected winter chairman and will J .
Winners in yesterday's play assume leadership of the wo .
LeagueDaytona Stahlman team got to slow- .
were Mrs.Jack Brossart/ Class men's association In the fill.She
balling Jimmy llaynes for A, and Mrs S. McCune In Class will announce her committees at .
Beach took command I 17 hits, but their five-run rally B. that time. ,
lot the Florida State League i In the last of the seventh fell .
leadership today after a 7.:) vIe just short. ,4
tory over Sarasota. I Baseball 5tidings
r llaynes poked two-run triple
( Fort Lauderdale, which haheld d and scored lateras
Publlxscor- :
[ a tie for first place, sllpied ft.
1
ed four National American '
,to second after splitting dou. runs (In the fifth InnIng League League
a
tbleheader with the Tampa Tar.| to go ahead, 86. The W. L. Pet. C.B. W. 1.. Pet. C.B. ." 4'M
losers Philadelphia| 9 2 .818 Cleveland. 6 3 (87 ,
back
jjons, 6-2,2-3., got one run In '
Sin Francisco 8 3 .727 I Chicago S 4 .556 1 .
their half of .
f St, Petersburg defeated Orlando the fifth, but rublixlengthenedltsleadwlththree-
Milwaukee 8 5 .615 2 Baltimore 6 5 .545 1 4
4.1 and moved Into thlid I St. Louis 8 8 .571 2V| Minnesota 7 6 .538 1 .
Splace ahead of Tampa. St. Pet runs off Dill Parker In the sixth
Detroit
Pittsburgh 7 8 .538 3 7 ( .538 I
Jersburg and Tampa had been i and three more In the seventh. Cine'
New
Innatl\ 6 7182 4 York 4 4 .500 lV I
:*tied before. Thursday night'' Van Weeks had a double and! Houston 7 9138 4V& Us Angeles 6 7 .462 2

games.Lakeland' scheduled two singles to pace the Los Angeles 8 10 .371 iCt Washington 8 8 .429 2V4 ._ 441
s
tilt
at[ Publix( 13-hit attack Lamar Chicago 4 7 .364 5 Boston 5 7 .417 2'// #
llaml was
) postponed because
.. I rain. Adams, Tommy Murphy, New York 2 10 .167 7>4 Kansas City 4 6 .400 2'/i O/,

and David Pease, and Haynes Thursday's Results Thuruy's Results
W. L. Pct G.8. each contributed two hits, Mike Philadelphia. 3, Cincinnati | Kams l City 10, Detroit 3

ytona Beach 8 2 .800 Rans hit a triple, and Mike Houston 7, Los Angeles 3 Cle Und 8, Minnesota. 4 I pledge myself to be objective regarding ALL the 1i1111it/
to Lauderdale 8 3 .778 1QPeleraburg 'i i Van Mall had a double. San Francisco. at Chlrago. Chkigo at New York, rain )
rain needs of our county school board, rather than
,$ 6 4 .600 2 Each Only games scheduledToday's representing -
.Tampa 6 5 .545 2''h ed In the Stahlman plajershar- Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, rain' only a particular district or individual. .
MMlaml' 5 5 .500 3 hitting, with newcomer Only I !games IC.'hedul..t t .

Lakeland 5 5 .500 3 Dill lamer leading Toby's Games Games I am willing to devote my energies and time to the
!.Orlando 1 8 .111 6I' the way with a double and three San Francisco at LM Aag.les| Washington at New York, N .
establishment of and that
policies regulations will leave
singles In four tlines N Cleveland at Baltimore, N
,
Sarasota 1 8 .111 6j at bat. .
''L
Thursday's Results Claude Cothron hit a three- Pitt.t>urh at St. Lost. \ fns Angeles at Chicago, N .: the actual details of administration to the county administrative .
.
t.t. Petersburg 4, Orlando I run homer and a double and New York at CtarlMail, liPhlladtttl1hiol \ Minnesota. at Kansas City, N ... :'t'i staff. I have NO OTHER BUSINESS TOo .

Daytona Beach 7, Sarasota 5 batted in four runs iim \\'heelI at Milwaukee N Only games. scheduledSaturday's RUN. .
Chi it tI"u', \ ,
Lauderdale C-2 Tampa 2.3 I er singled ago tnn
doubled, and tripled "
Satiiidi .
at Miami, ppd (rain])I S'ahlman! Games Games '
tort singled, Jouh- <.'hi. u I "' at tl\Utp"" N ,, I that the board
Friday's Games Minnesota at Kansas City, N recognize county acts as a unit and I am willing to carry through with .
,
at DAytona Beach New t'i't it c I Full' Los Angeles at Chicago majority decisions made by the board whether
Flu dr ,it Mi. they agree with my personal thinking not.
:Sarasota at St. Petersburg No Juleps : ; I' \\auketPitt Cleveland at Baltimore or .

[Fort Lauderdale at Miami FHA\K :.'mrs1! it St. L:uls, N\ Washington at New York I have the intestinal fortitude to stick to
.
educationally-sound decisions
[Lakeland at Tampa ORT., 1\:1: \i" fcF: ,f it L i Angeles! Detroit at Boston and I will not beswayed
About ,100 uw.su luvltet .' in N by any" pressure group or private individuals. .
to" I Ken: ,", '. -t-. '

4 VOTE ernnr bl'eo1kl.l.t)Ie':SH; '.', |t5 .t' It is not the duty of the board to lun the schools, but it IS its duty to see that the schools \

no Jule s. t are efficiently managed. As our family' picture, above, shows, I am not retired and

TUESDAY Coy T It tar ."s ((STOCK CAR RACESJ) Plobably never will be. I am a mother and a housewife with the money and the time that .

a plt.y it takes to devote to these duties. A native of Florida, I was educated in Florida public .
hulk
i Re-Elect | beset : l'
dtvt schools and the University of Miami. Our
mans.'
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Every Saturday Nite! children are in the elementary' and junior -r
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high schools of Naples. I ask for your. d "'-- /
dv
8:00 d./7l' 2'?,A- .
a. P.M.AT confidence and your vote as a candidate

I for the Board of Public Instruction: in District -

2. I will serve you well EMOLEE BARRETT, School Board Dist 2

NAPLES SPEEDWAYSwamp ..

Barracuda

( Buggy Grounds) EMOLEE S. BARRETT :




$1.50 AdmIssIon BOARD b1! PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, DISTRICT 2 :


Children under .
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E. A. DOUG HENDRY 12 free f' .:' \ :\\ ) f'i'i'JJ: "i ;. .6ti"n, \ ; c .

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State Gas





At Record _i1E


: ;
TALLAHASSEE 0 GasolIne; as compared : ';

tax collections In April based for the _

on March sties, soared above 1962-63 -

J13.COO.OOO for the first timeIn The per cent

the history of the tax J. The \ ________

Ed Straughn director of the predicted the ,

Florida Revenue Commls ending June

slon, said today. 140000000.&

Straughn said April collections Straughn

totaled $13,301.465, a several .

T.CS per cent Increase over buted to the

March 1964. and 7.22 per cent tax ,- _

over April of last year. ida had no

The gas tax amounted to SI1'7, to adversely

857,577 for the 10-month pen agriculture.There .

S lod of the current fiscal year. has

Announcements 36-Wantod To Buy 48-Apts. For Rent 65-Gen. Real Estate tlon in rail

PI.AZA BEAUTY SALON WOULD LIKE TO BUY A FURNISHEDEFFICIENCY BY APPOINTMENTI Florida

1626 E. Temlaml, Trail GOOD ltd H P OUTBOARD bedroom 2 seth houae-Ideel Span Between resulted In
MOTOR AT A REASONABLE
Midway 166123SoatiMotors for family with, children of
PRICE SEE GLENN TURNER TWIN BEDS MEDIUM high school motor
SIZED age Nice locetion
AT COLLIER COUNTY NEWS LIVING ROOM PATIO ON corner Uth Ave N. & 01ene World's Fairs In addition
Acces. THE WATER TV CABLE AveIROOKSIDE Increase In
-; 38-Auros For Sal OVERLOOKS NAPLES BAY home I.bedroom .
BOAT BROKERAGE PRIVATE DOCK FOR BOAT *. m bath Quiet lo tor vehicle
LISTINGS URGENTLY IN EVERY WAY ING & FISHING Ml 24117 cet,on. Shows ProgressNEW with good
NEEDED) .4/21.5t JACKSON ST. 2 bedroom. I _.-... -
Bob Martin, MI J.1797runk EVERY DAY EBB TIDE APTS. bath home Furmahad Ideal YORK (AP) The 25. the Heaviest
I .Smith' Chrii.Cr.ft Sal., Vou',. tafar If you aalect for retired couple. between the New movement In SPRAYING I CHALK 'C >n* uar.on mike
Modern furnlthed year span
ill.t your next Utad Car from our 1 bedroom efficienciesand S.. Neple South and Model State mow of chalk ihot out of hit WI'I".* ilk dUI I
alack of top quality Spic end Kelly Rd. apta 150 a mo. Home on Ditpleyell' York World's Fair offers a vlv. were 'ntl hooting

7-Dogt Cats Per Spen' guaranteed Used Cart 4/ZI.tf. "R.mmbn to rent, buy or Id picture of American businessprogress. greater eoi.ukitls .t outdoor ap"tl.qulpmlnt: Ih WIS' Nuhvilio.
Come in and for '
see 'ou"'". SABAL IMOKtb APTS contact:
62 Buick 'Invlcte Wagon, Ellici'encie available. Kelly Rd Straughn
Mimatura. Franch Poodlaa. 7 Bucket aaela. loaded WS and Areca Ave Lucille Otto Leah Vown" Both consumers and
00 MI 2 4451Furnahad corpora. dent: that The Instant foxhole developed -
weeke, AKC. Silvar, mala. 82 Chev Bel. Aire VS AT. J/24.tf Virgil Marcum Bob J. er tloni have since 1939 Army Comes was
Black famala. ED 12312 prospered Up
ft. PS R4H. I owner 119500MT tors at the Engineer Researchand
"*.*. 421.5t'rench II Such' Lo I.b.. 4 d,. DEWEY POLLY although the government takes bases but Development Laborstory.Ft.

Poodle. famala' AKC AT. PS RH 1795.00 oil 2 I 2655 bdrm apt Adult. a bigger bite out of earnings. Va. .
(1 Ambauador Wagon 1"MI or 2-3139. REALTY areas of the well.'a Fox Hole Belvolr
".,"Ier.d. J mOnths /
black old coal fact air. PS, PB The U.S. population has In. The demonstration showed the
4/3D.3t Houaabrokan MI 2 5265 RAH 159!.00 Corner of lit Ave No. & creased 48 per cent to 191 mil. trips thereby device works best in hard
II Olda 4 dr. AT. PS. Cffieienciea, Day Week or Tamlaml Trail I lion the national product than normally.Senate ,
PB, RAH illS 00 Month, (IRIS MOT L-M., Ml 24356 gross Device rocky, clay.type soil or frozen
12-Help Wanted II Rambler American ,ttOLor MI 21155. -total of all goods and services
AT. Feet air For -c.-- ..__ ..A .'L "_ft. ..._ ground. This la because dirt
wagon 1191 00 rent l lerge furnlehod ept -"- .. '''U---"'" "" 1 .....". "V,.. blasted from
HELP WANItO 11 Valiant. V.200 wagon Mr"?. Twin Lek.i. (99 Qrn Eft'r'one Readi The NEWS billion 1963 By CIIARLES BLACK soft, loam.type soil
$91 billion to$585 for
Cook op.n pit ..p. Exp'd PS. PB AT 1211.00 eda Ilvd. 4/e,tf The Columbus Enquirer tends to cave in along the sides
abort erdar cook. W..,'... and 10 Rambler SuperSoSJiiLe :" ; and an estimated $625 billion for and the aoldler has
I i
ahwaahar, Aply ,in panon at '".M bllc"kdnnt. furnished .pjN: ;;, PUBLIC NOTICE 1964. COLtMBUS, Ca. (AP) The to pitch It
Big, Whial R..,. 105th Ava & Sabre I dr monthly and .hoppn. W..kly. : S, Arm has come up with a out with a shovel.

Trail. 4/21.5tHLLM 10 HDTP.Lincoln 4 PS.d,.PB NDTP AT I49S.00 wty 2-3045.or veer ..ound'I/"r$. ; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS rose Disposable 470 per cent personal to $402 Income billionIn New device destined to Although the device still la In

WANTED MALE Comp equip" w feet air NAME LAW !! the heart of every in. the experimental stage, It ta ex.
Tool' AND FEMALE I owner, howl ,v.. 179900 49-Houw For RentI TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 1963. A big chunk of this To )' m.". peeled to be tested In the field
makara rapair and mam M Notice, that Ih.un".n.d .
P cn. Wagon la hereby given went to pay for the 122 per rent
tnii.cs rft by troops beginning In
of small dies and com. PS : A H purtuent to the "Fie October.
1091 00
preoion' mold.. if Crown ,Imperial. 4 d,. bdrm Our dreem ho.... I,tious Nome Statute Section rise In the cost of living. Cor. To dig a proper foxhole In the The Instant foxhole varies
Each
Electronic Technician for HO TP excel condo door I leading room has to large glass toraonedporch tliding' 055 09. Laws" of Florida. IM1. willregister porate profits before taxes la. W ) I a soldier needed a pick, from 20 to 36 Inches deep and
*ntp with, the Clerk of the Circuit Senate had a
production end temple work 11 L Pontlao Cony IIU.OO Lovely bath with tunken I Court, ,In and for Collier County creased eight times. After \taxes stamina and sometimes about two feet In diameter.
aider about
AT. PS PB loll 00 tile School tub. Noa, nw Sea Gate Florida' upon receipt of proof of the the rise was 5Vi times. I 1: prayer. And there were re.

electronic Maintenance man Mutt know II Ford Cuatomlin 2 dr. Ml 13111 1/22.1' publication of this notice. the flclitioua The Dow Jones Industrial in civil rl that some CIa and Marines*
repair' RttH, itick 49500 f bdrm. house furnUhea1. olio t: : name. lo.Wit: PIONEER Whether to '
Tool H Plymouth Savoy 1 dr. 1. Dorm house furnished Call GROVES. under which' w. erie'.ged average a widely followed a hurry dug aufflclent holes
room foramen wagon VI stick S4S 00 M..tr.n.r..pm. .. In bualnass. We ere engaged measuring stick for the stock dais. their bare hands. VOTETUESDAY

Qlrl for electronic .*..mbli... SI Plymouth 4 dr | i n, business' on the N N of SectionII market Is almost 700 points Sen. John
RAH Click 49SOO l" Township' 46 South, Range 21
Encloae '. and 51 Cadillae, 4 dr. AT. wn" wr.T.r"1fJ..Vhdhrd0r East. ,in Collier County. Floride' higher than when the 1939 fair R.Ky., A team from the U.S. Combat ;

ptcted Salary.um.to box stats 1737 A e.<1. PS PB P ...,.. lawn School _Ml I.572?. 412'.51 That the pert'.. Interested In said opened. duced an Command's Infan.
fact air, 745 b usin.sssr' I ea followa: called I
4/".tf 00 that
Growers: Marketing Service. Inc. The brokerage firm, Merrill agency" put the new develop. R.-Elect

WOOD CHRYSLER RENTALS P. O Box 1061 Lynch Pierce, Fenner ti Smith criminal I'I on display Wednesday at

1 13-Help Want. Fern.I.Woman I bdrm, 2 bath home, unfurn Edward Leesburg. Packing Florida Company tt Interest has made a study of how 20 civil rights Denning.

PLYMOUTH, INC. ithed. 1 blk from ith Ave 3 1220 New Tempe Highway" major corporations fared be. The court
to do I hilt' housework 2140 N. T..II UI Patti lilt per mo. to punish The result may make It pos.
_, Lekelend Florida Vt Intereat er i
and cook I m al. 1 hour dailyor n : :. tween the two fairs. These com
WARRANTY .... ...u... for a soldier, to pick a
1 hou,. I day a weak O W 1 beIm. furnished home near "p' M'" n. panles were represented by ex. their official I I I up
Phone Ml I I 4104 attar I p m. tf .I9M Corvalr' 4 0,. Monia lee Gate school Available Its orders. foxhole digger from
May NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Dibits at both fairs.
1300 mllea. AT 'RAH
W.nted full tm. .cr.t.y Big Saving 7. 1190 per mo REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Most the Until I i supply sergeant and take a
with, .up.ri.nc In \ypln. f''n.''' .1963 Rambler ClutlcSt P The underalgned' doat hereby certify Impressive were amendment to while the things digs a hole
end ""To. 'unl.hed .pt. N. Na RES racked by Internatlon.al .
bookkeeping d'ct.toon. I W..on. AT. RAH 199500 that we are conducting e gains up
day wick with, 1300 per month 1963 Chevy f Nova pi.> (90 per mo. TAURANT bualnaaa' at North Na Business Machines Corp. In er by Sen. him
etirting salary for qu.llfl.d Many other rental plea. Florida under the fictitious had looked What's
Seden AT. Etc. 119500 more the Army
p.r.on Submit complete r.eu. WO Chevrolet 4 Dr. name of BIO WHEEL end that 1939 a small office equipment I 1, avya ,
m. to P.O. Box 725. Naples. Hardtop Seden At VI 129500 SEE CARIBBEAN REALTY said, firm I is competed of the following maker. Its sales have soared all "wt to r hole can be dug In the hard.

fl. 412'.5t .1961 St penoni whose namee end next week on rockiest rround.
Rambler Wagon "Wt-o,. from $39 million to $2.06 billion,
Customer
Send of follow
U"c..nt* wom.n wanted 'or 1.tpon.ibe places ratidencee' ere ea :
AT. Redlo
.cr.I.1 po.ltlon. 1962 Chevrolet HT Pkup 11500 Rotmerie. E. Sheffield Us profits from $9.1 million to posal-a The foxhole digger cornea In

Must b. .klll.d .t typing, end Reconditioned 11500 Their Friend. North Naples. Florida $290.5 million and Its stock price jury trials In parts-the first part for

tiling .nd h.v.Good .hoth.nd for 0'I IMS Pontiee, St Wag Norfr.Ttoll.MI2.el55.55Storos 1 Jamee North W.Naples Sheffield, Florida' from $6 to a high of about $600. Now, I a small hole two Inches
equivelent eatery AT. Radio 10500 .
er lit day weak Including Saturday 1961 Chevrolet HT Pkup Ownerahlp of BIG WHEEL .I is asRasmanig National Cash Register has come first on diameter and several index

*. Part time, to begin, full Reconditioned 114500 Office follow" : E. Ih.II"ld: SOWJamb grown more m01iutl)'. Sales In. ment before l I This Is known as s pilot
time position leter Apply 1961 Falcon Sedan done about
% creased 16 times 11
Greeter Naple Chamber of Std Shift. Radio 7500 W. Sheffield 50 profits .
Office" No I, It la our Intention 10 epply t* the Southern $
Commerce. 4/l1.tf .1951 Willya, HT pkup 2nd Itorylalch times and stock 18 times.
The second of the device
4WD Building, Ill 50 per Mo SIlO Ird Clerk of the Circuit Court In and strong part
Wanted: 2.lediaa well acquaint 1951 Chevrolet 4 DrBel 195 00 St. So Welkin A B.rkeu, 60)4ehfAv..S. for Collier County, Florida under Radio Corp. of America, placed In the pilot hole, a prl.
"Wit -Inttie -community. for fuller .. he orovleione of Chapter 20951, Laws which Introduced television at proposal.
Air Ml I .1141..
Sedan VI
19500 ) la set and (the soldier
part time work Mutt have of Florida I Acta of 1941Wltneta gets HENDRY
UII of car Write Box 1737 A.2. 1957. Chevrolet 4 Dr.VI our hands. this 17th dir the 1939 fair, has chalked up of the way for about 30 sec. E. A. DOUG
AT
I Vise 000cretar p for law offc., 195 Studebaker Lark 49500 Office i,... l 12 i II ft. fo of April 1964. gains of 16 times In sales and Son while a craterlng explosion Sheriff I

I fittfnol requ".d." MI 2 4200. 4 0,. Sedan 49500 Rent et 149 f.5 5:0v.CO:1:: JAMES' A:1Hfif SHEFFIELD. T eight times In profits. to fish, or sip t the foxhole. I "-
: Colony I Slog I ,
At 1957 Radio Old.. Herdtop ..d II WALTER Q SOROKOTY General Electric and Westing, can ice quite

49500 LAW OFFICES ____ja.
1957 Pontlae Seden house boosted sales 12-fold In .

14-Help Wanted Mate At, Radio 44500 57-Hous For Sale WALTER O end SOROKOTY the quarter century.The .
AS IS USED
CARl
JAMES B. TAYLOR. JR. Three automakers
Dredge crewmen, levermen 1'51 Olde led.n 12500 Big ,
watch engineer, *. mate. deck 1959 Anell Seden 2500 120000 home Ion only lib.*00. Ill 5th Avenue. South major fair exhibitors then ss
fiend end ihoremen Apply at 1957 Dodne tidal W.II built. I bedroom 2 betht. Neple. florid
J. B. Freer Son. Inc. Mer 1957 Ford Conv Its 9500 00 4 outre I.... clotet Large Apr 24. My 1. S. IS. 19M *I24 well as now, have made sharp

co l 1.I.nd. 4/2'.3t tosS Ford Conv III 00 cyprus penciled living room, gains. General Motors sales A QuestionnaireFor
Generel I Maintenance Man Ex 1952 Chev Conv *4500 dining, room. kitchen end hell IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE climbed from $1,377,000,000 to
Slov. end ,
refrlgeretor end IN
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
periencad In painting Apply 1950 Cedlllee Soda 145 00
In perton Mamtenence Dept INGRAM CHEVROLET. INC. practically new" wether Includ. AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY $16,495,000,000 and profits from

Napla Community Hoapll.l.430.3t *th St N. Ml 15105Naplea ed Screened, porch on front. FLORIDA $183.3 million to $I, 91.800.000.
Fie. Carport end large workshop on IN CHANCERY
aide. Deep well end pump for Case No 2047
1953 Mercury Hardtop Stick sprInkling lawn '0' X 137' lot. THERON H. RIDGE and Reddnh' lunar spots that have
1S-Sale Wanted Shift with overdrive. 1176 Ml Owner h.. bum
Help t..n"orrld up' CECELIA E. RIDGE, been with Intelligent Voters
2 6277 4/3D.5t atate end wlhe. family to come hutband and wife. lighted incrtaemi
ThunderblrdHerdtop R & live with him. Can beseanet Plaintiff. frequency hive raised the poiibility -
MALE OR FEMALE H' Power" wlndowa. aaete. Fee any time by celllne, your favorite v.. that the moon may haveS
MUST BE LICENSED tory air, conditioning, Low mile realtor or lIter 4PM. WILLIAM W. BERRY and
.... MI -4104 .1I.r I P.M. end w..hnd. bv ''u" driving, MARILYN E. MATTION BERRY, hot interior and an erupt into

REAL ESTATEBE 412'.11 b I3fi rornar It. N. White of Diane house Ave trimmedIn end hubnd and wif, Delendent c hen(in .urf.". It hid long 1. What man has the endorsement of the majority of

jiM BUICK FOR SALE 1110 been thought to be I stable
YOUR OWN BOSS aqua __ 4130.31( NOTICE OF SUIT
476 10th AVE SOUTH MOORINGS' "- SUIT TO FORECLOSE inert body. Florida's in the Governor's; ?
EXCELLENTPROPOSITION 4/29.3t Three bedrooma DELIGHT 2 bath can MORTGAGE TO: leading" newspapers race

AIR CONDo 1961 DODGE. VI Iral heat end sir. conditioning, William, W. Barry and PUBLIC NOTICE
AUTOMATIC POWER STEERING Cerpetina, throughout a.c.n< 2kadroomi. Marilyn E. Mattton Berry
CALL :MI 2-J35'i:! !) MAY TAKE TRADE SEE : Compiil. bitch.,, in: Deerwood 2.Vho is the man that 30 fellow senators say is
1/27.tf AT 531 10th AVE. SO AFTER cluding disposal and dmhwash.an. Minnesota' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
I P.M. Nici acreened porch. Paved You are hereby notified" that I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
,. ,. drlvewey aodded lawn 'land I Complaint for foreclosure of e cer The undera, ned doe hereby cerMy .
19(2 Chevrolet 4 d V Fully Item do. | the to fill this office?
23-Misc. For Sale equipped' automatic trenamlea.on aceped Phone Ml 14104 ., mortgage on the following Ihet I am conducting a Land one
owned 1PM.: 4i2 tf scribed property bolt: Surveying bualnaaa at Invnokelee.
Prlvetely HIM
A lot or percel of lend lying i In
MAPS Ml I 23201 1Mobile /U 2 bedroom ho"1'i- :, Wrtii Block 10' the Plat of the PHILIP Florida. under the fletitloua name of

XEROX City Copying County _leetintiCAPLES Topo Ml terms I 26440 Mth. Ave Neplee Park O RUST DEVELOPMENT ec. aid Wilkiaon firm Land te competed Surveying of the and follow thai 3.Vhat man has won legislative awards never before .
l'lt.4t to said Plel recorded in
BLUEPRINTING" Homes cording' ,inc pereona whose nemee end places
113 tin Ave. So Ml 2 2I5 Put Book I et PMt 74 of the of reaidence. ere e* follow:
3/lltf Public Recorde of Collier County Horace Albert Wllkleon attained by others?
.
Trailer "with eebene and car.pert .
Floride which lot or parcel '10deacribed
..ul.ful Custom wood kitchen f anrenter eele Nice location 58-Lofi For Sale ea follows: Boo 1041Immokelee
cabinet. Never uted low priced Ml i 4151 or 11791. From the Northwett corner of .of FIaOwnership Wllklton Land Sur.
immediate delivery Ml 127.11 Section' 15 Township, SO South bills in the
2 MM l/iotf PORT ROYAL Lot22. Gal Range East, run South along vaylng le ea follow: 4.Vho introduced and passed 38 major
Horace Albert Wilkiaon' 100%
45 TraiUrs 'leon Drive fo 1.,. er Trade .::15h of Section, for
H. O Revell train w th 4 XItren For Rent Write the eel It .la my Intention to apply to the
lay out. I9<2 All.Hle Road 0 J. Herbert 2120 Post 150 teat th enciro, Last parallel Clerk of the Circuit Court In and session while candidate scored ?
Derien. Conn.59Acre."e 63 an opposing zero
Cruiaar motor acooter. Good Treilere. (I a week "with TV to the North line of said for Collier County flo..". to regieler "
cond,lion, 750 4th* Ave S. Ml 110 e "week Spade f) a week Section for MS feet; thence run the said. name of Wllklean L.nd
2 SOlO 4110.3t Rock Creek Trailer. Park. South p.rpen dicular, to the North lurveying under the previsions' of
I uuiUsa I. blu. b.nd n.w. 4/2Stf line of said Section II for 125 feet: Chepter 105). Laws of Florida, Acts These laws will benefit all of Florida's citizens.
I heiscirult West puira 11.1 to eeid af 1M1Witnete.
110. AI Wom.n' Club 430.5324.Mics. Thrift North line. for 26921 ftet to the my hand, thIs ISIS day of
Wino 48-Apts. For Rent Heve ecreeee 'lust 66* ft. No. point beg:nnlng af the lands April 164
of Golden Gate Estates and .V conveyed. From said pointof 'HORACE ALBERT WILKISONApr 5. What man "gave us!! the law that will make it possible -

For Rent I bedroom furmehed oficlency, 1322 ft. E. of Hate Rd fit beginning, run Southerly to last 17 '4. Mey I. S. 164 .IU
erly, along' en ere of rtdiue IS feet
Will 'Irede for houaa Write
apt No pete or children Ml -
f-OR better cleaning. to keep. i 3317 or MI t MI9 4/Stf P O Box 412 Brandon. '1.. the center of which arc .ta located IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I OF THE to build Edison Jr. College. ?
.
Slue Lu. East 116 feet Southof
colon gleemlni ute 4/JOSt 34 94 feet end TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
I.. carpet cleaner. Rent electr Furmahed opt for rent. 111 per the point of be4innng:: for I10 AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY,
hampooer II. Naples 'unl. week 'Inquire et 1405 Creech feet; thence run SoutHwesterly eten FLORIDAIN

ture Co III Rd. I bedroom 4/21 epertment .tfFurmehed 65-Con. Real Estate with engle a 'line of III perellel'.10' test lo the to North South. CHANCERYNO __ 6. What man has done the most for Collier County

Service Offered .line of Section 15 lor 101 ftet
living I ROBERT ED DAVIS end
Hugo room, kitchen
end bath t more er less to the w....5 of the MAE E. DAVIS. in Talla-
Ml -Ittl 2/?>.tf ....dI. and Naples through effective legislation
ALCOHOLICi ANUNYMOUi Modern I bedroom unfurmert 1(72 Jewel, Boa Avenue. Weter Dredged Channel 55 Oiii husband end wife,
Men. Women with, drinkingproblama ed APARTMENT with complete front eeewell centrel heel and Plat: th ooclro S Northweoterlyelong leintiffe
P O. Bon 164. air, .. I said watere an! the weters ve
write kitchen Near beach end bdrma I bathe. porch.
hassee?
of the Yecht Basin shown on
H C. GARDNER end
Naple Opan meeting every hopping 19S tin Av*. So Ml garaga II99H Moving, mutt
scot Intersection with
Flat la en e
Friday night I e.m.. FiratBtptitt H39J 1111. NANCY GARDNER
Church Annex tf 4/21.1f line through the point of beg nnlngperallel husband end wife
US4 Mandarin lid. to the North line of Section Oafendent
Owner large furnished efficiency I bdrma.
RUBBER STAMPS the makee Air' cond SlonecreftApta 1 bathe centre! heel end .,r.. 15; thence run Eaet along said line NOTICE TO DEFEND
.
One good dey tervice lmpretion Collier Any.County': MI I41SS or Ml 22792.z .porch.... 100..carport ciosieg "COl"..um. 11.100_ mort14S 00"n. : V.for 154 v._.feel........more... ..u.er..less......to woo.the. ...point.n. TO H. E. GARDNER end ANSWER:

111.400. Moving. must ..11. ri pariaiir gIlls .ppu.n.nt theng NANCY GARDNER c'
to and together "with the right of hubnd end wife
ingreea t* end egrete from the. Lilt Known Addreee'
ttk St
No I bdrma I herein deacribed percel over end ./. Oieaa a M".r Preducta Co
..t". ......... Ct'port. good "
along the Prlvete Onveweyahown Lee V.,... Nevede
lI.v..I." 112.$0
on aaid plat You ere hereby notified hit ePetition
f \Jtf want | 4M 16th Ave S* Aquelene' 2 h.. been filed .,..n.t you In th* lo Heve Phd Mortgage Die, JOHN E.
you Sir, ,.. 2 bathe. central heal & above entitled C.ue.an d you ere cherged of Record II.. been filed tcii,4
air garage weterfrent 141 600 required :asirve e copy of your against yen and ere requiredto ,
Ill Silk St No. 1 bdrma. I Aniwer O Pleading I to Me Complainton .. o copy oroou ene er orpUedini
.whatTjou. 2 baths large porch. *er heat the Plemtift .ltorn. .. AL i* the Petition an the
and air 117500 1100 00 dn LEN. KNUDSEN SWAftTZ' MICHAKO10N Pleintiffa' Attorney the Low Firm
1135 00 mo. with. tax and in*. a DaBOEST P 0 boo e* SMITH CARROLL VEGA.
want FHA No closing coat*. I'M Collier Arcede Fort Myere.Floride CROWN 4 NICHOLS Belch BuildIng '' "JACK"MATHEWS
and file the or,.,nel Anewer Neplea, Florida end Me the
1270 llth It No. I bdrm. or Pleedmg in the olliuei' I the CyCled thereof in the office of the
2 bath*. |1.500 00 dn MOVE rierk: of the Circuit Court of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Collier .
wlengouWAMTIT. RIGHT IN N* quehfymg Twelfth Judicial Circuit in and for County at East Neplee, Floridaen .
1107.00 month with tax end In*. Collier County. on or before the lain or before the. llth day of May
day of May. I9M If you flit to IM4 If you fail lo do ... Cefeutt
1 Lot ,.. Block I. Royal Harbor do ao judgment by defiult will be will be taken egamat you far the
overlooking N,. seewell. Coat tehen egeinet you for the relief relief demended. m the Petition
"'.100. sacrifice 1695*. demanded In the Complaint DONE AND ORDERED et EeelNaplee
thenWAJTA Thi. notice .10... be publisltad' Collier County 'lor..... onin
Lot 14 tills Ave So Aqua once each week for four aontecvfive ,* the tt" day ef April rN4
lane, weterfrant cost $1,600.sacrifice weeka in the Collier County MARGARET T. SCOTT
1250 N.WI. Clxrk of Circuit Court
]PSBI Let II Done end Ordered at Collier County C<,.her County Florida.
Blvd'
Banyan lot
overlooking Gulf High Floride. this. 15th day of April By: /a/ INEZ MAGILL
53,34. Sacrifice et 1916. D......" Clerk A "DOER" NOT A "PROMISER"
: MARGARET T SCOTT SMITH CARROLL. VEGA
areforijou T Clark MOWN a NICHOLS' '
VINCE CONBOY 'I (SEAL) Suite II Sack Building,
By INEZ MAGILL Maple*, Florida e :I Pa'd' Political Advortieoment
911 6th Ave Pertrwey Deputy Clerk Attorney* for Pteintiff ____
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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS May I 1964
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Faces Charges
Telephone .
GOP
What They're Saying Feuding (Continued from pact 1) When She Gets

The year 1964 will witness

The Governor's Race Shows Up In ter-County's the building completion 30th exchange for In Out Of HospitalWhen

(LYric 7))) at North Naples. Activation Mrs. Violet May Curry,

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS development was anything more of this new exchange 11th Street North, is released
Candidates tor governor of than Idle chatter. 4f Meeting Here Is planned for 1965. The location from Naples Community Hospl.
Florida congregated at Miami "We cannot expect Industriesto of this new exchange Is tal where she is confined as a

today to leek votes where they flock to Florida In great num. Filing fees contributed by approximately five miles northof result of an accident at 10:38
are thickest in the million ben until we can compete with Republican candidates for office Naples, one of the fastest p.m. last night, she faces char.
person urban area on the lower states like California. The gap growing cities In the nation. ges of driving while intoxicatedand
to the state GOP Execu
East Coast. between what California ran" of. The North Naples Exchangewill falling to have a motor vehicle
With less than three full days fer In education and what Flor. tive Committee have gone un- be the 13th newly created under control.
left In which to campaign be. Ida an offer Is too wide" he reported. Jack Insco, admin- established In the In- According to police reports,
fore Tuesday's first primaries, said istrative assistant to Rep. William exchange Mrs. Curry was driving east
the candidates were trying to Rep. Fred Karl of Daytona C. Cramer of St. Petersburg ter-County System service area on Seventh Avenue North she
get their messages to the great Beach touched on a wide varietyof charged In a luncheon since 1951. This expansion program apparently was traveling at too
est number of voters topics as he made stops In here yesterday together with many ser high a speed to make the left
Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla Brooksvllle, Dade City and other Insco Is field director for vice Improvements In the Midway turn which she attempted at llth
County said the race had boiled towns north of Tampa Bay. the offtclalGoldwater-for-Pre- Naples Exchange, will acquire Street, North for she struck a
down to a contest between him He said that he would seek a sldent which Is an additional Investmentof car belonging to John lamurrl,
and former Sen. Fred O. (Bud) modern state constitution which slate compe- approximately one million 714 11th St.N., which was parkedin
Dickinson of West Palm Beach would establish the new post of v ting against an unpledged slateof dollars In the Naples and North front of his house, hit a palm
Karl said his campaign was a l lieutenant governor He said delegates headed by William( Naples area.Prominent. tree catapulted Into another palm
fight for fairness while Dlckln. further legislative apportion. D. Pawley of Miami. Republican the tree and ran into the side of
aon'a was a continuation of Dry ment must be made. voters will choose betweenthe among service the house belonging to Mrs. Ell.
antlsm. Karl also promised to seek two slates at the May 26 Improvements forthcoming by zabeth Etapleton 731 Uth St. N.
Karl also attacked the voting pay Increases for the teachersin : primary 1965 and which are part of the X-rays were being taken at the

record of Sen. John Mathews of i a Tampa appearance. He said : The filing fees amount$3 7, Naples million dollar telephone hospital this morning to deter.
Jacksonville on milk price fixing he would give teachers higher 000 for this year and nearly service Improvement program mine the extent of Mrs. Curry's
and reapportionment, saying It pay to draw more and better $1,000,000 over aU-year-per- Is the expansion of Midway back Injuries. Damage to her car
PAMPERED
was either POODLES, Base was estimated at$4 50 the lamur.
unsatisfactory on /people to the teaching profes. Exchange Rate Areas ,
lod Insco said The law requires -
winners of the Pine Lanes rl
car at and
count. where one, two, or four party $500 to Mrs. Eta.
Mathews went hand shaking In slon.Burns, who took his campaign Bowlerette bowling league the money to be reported service Is provided without extra pleton's house and shrubs at$500.
Broward County, still showing to the Florida Keys, hit at the were honored at a banquet but it has not been reported mileage charges. D J. Hilton Police said the car traveled 230
the effects of a sore throat. His trl-mester system of year.round Wednesday night at the he added. All GOP exe- District said that feet from the time of striking
wife, Gwen, headed up a separ. university operation. He said Naples Elks Club. Aboveare cutive committee financial mat- the Manager lamurrl car until It finally stop
ate motorcade In Dade Countyand the system should be ended and ters are under the control of Naples Midway Exchange ped. Officer Ed Jones made the
Sen. John McCarty of Fort blamed Cov. Farris Bryant with members of the team k G. Harold Alexander of Fort area now Includes most of the investigation for the Naples Po.
Pierce toured the Dade County starting it. Courthouse In Mathews' behalf. "It was at the Insistence of 'Two Ethels," owners of q even committee members to graded area is to be expan-

Dickinson attacked Mathews Farris Bryant that the 1961 Leg. ]Pampered Poodles from 1tT see the records Insco claimed. ded to Include the North Naples U.s. Developing
calling him a "cynic with a no. Islature inserted a provision In left, Mary Joe Gibbs I area and beyond and East
good do-nothing attitude." the appropriation bill that Shotgun Missiles
Marg Lee, Ethel Dina- Naples. This will then become -
of Alexan-
Len Scott of Lakeland caused the he said. Representatives
Kelly trl-mester
pledged to reorganize the State He said that trimesters allowed burg, Ethel Jones and Mildred der protested that sufficient notice one of the largest Base WASHINGTON (AP) The
Rate Areas In the InterCounty United States Is developing
Road Department If elected, both students and unlver. Eaton, with the win. of the meeting was not
System. long-range missiles
"shotgun"
said, "It's time to step on come city leathers too little time. ning trophy. Pampered k' given so that Alexander couldnot that can bracket distant targets
toes In Tallahassee and get the Mayor Robert King High of poodles ,provided the entertainment ; be present to defend himself with multiple warheads the
hands of the fat cats out of the Miami said that he had learnedto
for the group Insco said that any time Washington Post said today.
pocketbook of the taxpayers." make economies in handling with a style show. Not Alexander could be in Naples, Pet Show. Rae smaller the object re.
Mayor Robert King High of city affairs which could be applied
only did the dogs wear ) Cramer himself would come entering the earth's atmospherefrom
Miami campaigned In Broward on a statewide basis. / ( (Continued from page 1))
and the
repeat the charges. ballistic missile
'cuatom-made "gowns" but a
County where his "As I will see that
county cam. governor
As education chairman Mrs.
Insco aired other harder it is for enemy radar topic
had bonnets leashes and charges
palgn manager laid claim to a these practices these economies I Wenzel will also show a film en.
lot of support In government are the order of pointed toenails to match. ii'k against Pawtey Alexander,and titled "People and Pets" on May k it up.
"It's hard to campaign with the day" High said The event culminated in a Tom Fairfield Brown, who succeeded 6,7 and 8 at the Carver Shadow.
no money to buy signs, but we Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland "wedding" of the dogs. At Alexander as chairmanof lawn and Lake Park schools witha
are going to fool a lot of the scheduled appearances In MI. right two of the poodlesare the committee. Insco said question and answer period l.t'UBeln; Our
pros In Broward County" aid ami, the Florida Keys and Jack. shown modeling these men have refused to support following the film She will be
Manager Bill David. sonvllle for today. pa.amen Republican candidates,and accompanied by Mrs. Walter Kel. Showroom Soon .
Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack. A Republican candidate, Rep. ,/ (NEWS photos) as far as he knew the three ler, Society president and Shelter .
lonvllle told supporters he expected Charles Hoi ley of St. Petersburg wa? The NEW
GOP
governor hopefuls are unsupported Manager John Wilson, who All
to lead in noted that nearly all\ the Demo.
Tuesday's vot. will
Ing. cratlc candidates had expressed Worker Receives Z by the state com- display one of the Soc1etY'1four.footed
friends to the chil
mittee.
"After shooting at us for along 'opposition to the "so.called civil Broken Nose In BarracudaChryilerPIymouth
time, the other five candidates rights bill." Insco read a telegram from dren.
are now shooting at each "Their opposition to It Is like On-The-Job FightRobert Cramer confirming Harry In the meantime many
other to scramble for the second trying to sandbag your house Women's Green as chairman of the Collier homeless animals at the shelter Br.rl .
spot," laid Burns. against the flood after helping Campbell was struckIn Cheating Helped County group for the slate still have a chance of becoming"alumni"
Burns said that some of his tear down the dam," he said. the face this morning with a pledged to Goldwater. Other before the fair .If only .
signs had been destroyed and "The Constitution and the Bill ball-peen hammer receiving a officers are vice-chairman somebody would adopt them. .mQqthV.

\ that a road department worker of Rights were written !to serveas broken nose, In an altercationwith Manager John LeavltttreasurerCharles ,
Steal $166,000$ Deep-diving seal of Antarctica
fellow of local '
a employee a
went Florida into a store to building take In the controls of over the concentra.tlon plumbing contractor working on P. McCool and secretary Mrs. can remain submerged for \ U/D.
Keys down his power Florida Demo. -
Carrie Bell as long is 28 minutes
sign. He said he doubted the crats have played their part In the new Gulf Towers building NEW YORK (AP) Main. said I I would be to call In Main t _
worker would have taken sucha the systematic destruction of on Gulf Boulevard. bocher Is a dress salon on Fifth 1 ocher customers and their hus.
step unless pressure had been the powers reserved to the Naples police stated that the Avenue where the prices start I ands and expose the financial: Read the Want Ads ,U4f.N. tamiami, trail
arrest of his assailant 1m.
applied.In states and to the people. The mlnent.Adams'. was at $750. I i structure of the salon.
highlights of Friday's cam. I'civil wrongs bill Is only part of "And they go up up and up," -
,paign, former Sen. Fred O.Dick. I I the aftermath." .rte emphasized Asst. Dist Atty --
.v inson of West Palm Beach said Leonard Newman In Stale Su.
that he might find a way to re DeputiesTo preme Court. '
cover $58 million a year from Kynes LashesAt He was explaining how spoiled
the federal government for high Faircloth Watch wives of wealthy men are not
ways. Sixty per rent of the gasoline VotingIn above a little financial decep ELECT
tax money from each state ST. PETERSBURG (AP) tion. Behind a web of feminine
collected by federal authoritiesIs Atty Gen. James Kynes lashedout 4 Counties chicanery Arthur Keller, 42, v L
spent on highway ('onstru'tlon at Rep. Earl Fair cloth of concealed his theft of $166,000
but the other 40 per rent Is not, Dade County in their race for TALLAHASSEE (AP) Spe. from Malnbocher, where he was
he said attorney general saying Fair clal deputies of the Secretaryof general manager for 15 years at "
"It Is now considered possible cloth sought and received "the State's office were under as. $22,500 a year.
that we recapture this wandering support of the leftwlng groups In slgnment today to observe the Keller pleaded guilty to the ik44. LESWHITAKER
40 per cent of our Florida Florida. procedure of voting In Tuesday's the theft Thursday and Jus. ,
produced federal gasoline tax," In his campaign for a full first primaries In at least four tlce Charles Marks freed him
he said. Dickinson added that term to the cabinet post to counties. without ball to await sentence
he has talked with other state which Gov. Farris Bryant a p. Secretary of State Tom Adam June 11.
leaders who want the same re. pointed him, Kynes said: a said he assigned the depu. A dapper man with a mus.
demptlon.Sen. "My do-nothing opponent has ties Thursday after receiving tache, Keller took the money to I
John Mathews of Jacksonville refused to take a public standon petitions from Clay Monroe Indulge his passion for boats.
said that Florida must a single major Issue of the Nassau and Santa Rosa Coun. His swindle enabled him to
solve Its educational problems day hoping to fool half the pe. ties to examine election proced. move steadily upward In marl. ,,
before talk of great Industrial pie and pick up the left-wing ures in the counties under a 1963 time circles until he skippered
groups, In the process." election law. his own $79,000 yacht. candidate for

"I have taken a position "At this time," he said, "wedon't Keller covered up his thefts
against public accommodations know the full extent of the for seven years by an Involved
VOTE
proposals and against civil complaints in these counties other scheme of juggling accounts SCHOOL BOARD
TUESDAY rights legislation. than the fact that In three of and It was here that the peccadilloes \
"I have also taken
a position '' of Malnbocher
them-Monroe, Santa Rosa and' customers
Re.ElectIE. for Bible reading and prayer f in Clay they Involve questions I'turned to his advantage / '
the public schools and for the as to the abnormally high per. At Keller's arraignment, New.
preservation of the Constitution centage of absentee ballots be. I man told the court that as an / DISTRICT No. 2 1A
al Integrity of l
Florida. Ing cast in the first primary." ;act of mercy he would just as
"No evidence of irregularitieshas '!soon draw the curtain on the M
Judge To Rule come up." 'whole affair. ,J

I "Our responsibility as prescribed Newman explained that It la
If
Wild Animal by law is simply to observe not unusual for a wealthy wom.

Can Be Stolen and examine the election an to pay for part of her pur.
Personal To All The Voters In Collier
process. It Is not to Interfere In chases at Malnbocher, then Appeal County,
Wash. AP "Can
SEATTLE ( )-
any way with the conduct of the have the remainder of the bill
a wild animal be stolen'Z"'th.tt election or the duties of any forwarded to her husband."It .
question posed by a election official." Especially Those I Have Been Unable To Contact Personally

Municipal Court Judge brought "We want to make lure that la obvious," Newman wenton
proceedings to a halt Thursday.On when the Slate Canvass Board "that even at this level of
the in county
is
t trial was Monroe B. Miles attests to the vote, the slgna. society husbands are Irritatedat The School Board most important job our govern-

Sr., S3, charged with attempted tures will mean more than the what they consider the extra ment.
larceny of a duck and resisting arithmetic Is proper." vagance of their wives In buy.

arrest, He maintained the duck He emphasized that the presence Ing clothes There are other They spend over 3 million dollars of our tax money each year.
had lost some feathers and he of deputies at the polls machinations Indulged In by the
was taking It home to help It. would not cast doubt upon the distaff side to conceal the true
When no one could tell Judge procedures used by any coun. cost from the head of the house. They appoint the Superintendent of Schools.
A. DOUG HENDRY Walter McGovern who owned ty. "Wt want to ensure that the hold."
Sheriff the duck, he posed his questionand voting procedure follows the S They are wholly responsible for providing facilities for the educa-
Instructed attorneys to prepare law," he explained The only way to detail Keller'smethod
briefs on the matter of operation Newman tion of our children.


They have complete control over the school buildings and equipment

with an investment of over 5 million dollars of tax payers

VOTE FOR and REELECTWILLIAM money.


They have final control over hiring the teachers who will be work

H."PETE" ing with your children.


Our school system is big business.


: Go to polls and vote for a man with a business background who
DOUB
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has had many years experience solving the same kind of problems

encountered in running our school system.


County Commissioner from District No.5')
Whether You Vote For Me Or For One of the Two Ladies

EXPERIENCED 'f:

DEPENDABLE :\.,. : ;':'" Running Against Me PLEASE VOTE
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Y LET'S MAKE THIS THE BIGGEST ELECTION EVER HELD IN

I HUMBLY SOLICIT YOUR SUPPORT JII}

COLLIER COUNTY
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