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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SMIIING HAPPILY at being

chosen Watermelon Queen Primary Balloting

Thursday at Immokalee'a first "

watermelon festival, Mlsa Joy .,
-
Glidden, 17, left, Is shown with

Miss Jackie Lynn, 17, runner.up. .d._ 1 Democrats and Republicans 1 li n I
Both are seniors at Immokalee < Collier County will go to the poll;II II I I
Tuesday to vote for candidate I
High School. In the lower pho
4'L
for governor and decide the latt to, the first truckload of watermelons ;
F. of a proposed county genera I
to be shipped out bear. 1.y" obligation bond Issue. J

log the SunFLAvor seal, sym. County officials expect a large, c 17J
bol of quality, Is seen being ,9 e 1f' turnout principally because oJ

loaded out to the Farmers' ,... widespread voter Interest In the Two candidates are seekingthe
Market in Immokalee. Those in i governor's race and In contest! e Democratic nomination for
for several county offices A County Commission, District
much
the aren't doing
picture large turnout of freeholders it UA.C Hancock and Cecil Drake.
work, but they do add glamour 4 a requisite to approval of 11o Their answers to a NEWS quest.

to the occasion. They are, from ..... the $550,000 bond Issue lor purchase y lonnalre appear on Page 0.1 of
left, Miss Glidden; Doyle Con of a mile-long beachfronttract this issue
ner (partially hidden), Directorof ..:. 4t for a county park. A full-page spread on the all
the Department of Agriculture There are 5,351 freeholder In Democratic candidates for governor .
sponsor of the event; Miss v 'fj \ Collier County, and at least 2,67' appears onPage B-9.
the bond Issue
must vote on
Carolyn King of Bartow, na.
question to make the referendum
tional watermelon queen; Bill valid. County commissioner
Ward of Lakeland first produce .t, could have Insured that this r.. Where To Vote

shipper to BM the SunFLAvorseal quirement would be met by or

; and Mias Lynn. The water. derlng a freeholder re.regls. Next Tuesday
melon bears the coveted Sun tratlon. But It Is their belle o;
that Interest Is enough t
high
FLAvor seal NEWS photo) guarantee a majority of the vote. ti lot' I. Everglades City Hall

era will express their constlttlonal u'c 2, Isles of Capri L. 1..
e Loach office,
right to vote Tuesday.,
Polls at each of the 18 precincts S. Goodland Tur Lu Shell.
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list of -
(see polling places
elsewhere on this page) will tx ROBERT MELIN (r) was sworn in Friday as a new Highway: Patrolman to 4. Marco GitQ Mercan.

open from 7 am to 7 p.m., serve in the Naples area. The oath was administered by County Judge tile
8. South NaplesFirehouse
Voters In line at 7 will In Naples,
ee p.m. Richard M. Stanley in the County Court room. From left looking on are .
allowed to vote. Complete returns Ed Crawford and Lt. John Conroy from the district headquarters
will be reported In Wed Trooper II, Naples, Central Metho.
nesday's NEWS. In Fort Myers. Melin replaces Charles Benton who was transferred to dist Church.

wt GOP TURNOUT SEEN Bristol. (NEWS photo) 7. Chokoloskee Small.

W Registrar Edna Cribb Santa wood's Store.
emphasizes that Republicans will 8. Copeland Lee Cypress

have something to vote on at this office.
election. There are three COP April Total Modest $390,392 9. Ochopee Portable build.
'candidates for governor, and the Ing 400 feet west of Post Office
winner will oppose the eventual 10. Naples, North .Church

y 1 1A ber Democratic In addition nominee Republican In Novem.free. Big Things On The Boards of 11.Christ Immokalee, North ? Jus.
1 1a 1t
holder will vote on the $550,000bond lire of Peace office.
Issue. 12. East Naples, South. ,
American Legion Hall
w There are 7,903 voters In the' 13. North Naples North
county eligible for Tuesday'At Naples Firehouse
election. Democrats number Naples Building Dept. 14. East Naples, North...East

l 9,908, and Republicans total 1,. Naples Baptist Church.
556. Mrs. Santa reported Fri I0. Naples Park Faber
day that U3 absentee ballot applications Construction In the City of being looked over by the City South, built by Stone, 12000. Hair's office.

were processed, and Naples amounted to $390,392 last Building Department. Also pend. other permits Included a guesthouse 16. Immokalee, South ? Old
88 ballots had been returned.Ab. month, maintaining the same pare Ing Is the $1,200,000 La Tour and alterations for RalphC. Collier Company office.Summer .
sentee ballots still out must ar. as the previous month. Rlvage cooperative apartment Hill, 629 First Street South,
rive at her office by 5 p.m. Mon. Expected to boost the May project, for which a permit has built by Veenschoten, $6.500 ad.
day or they will not be counted. building total Is Issuance of the not yet been sought. dltlon for Louis F,Ben,651 Third '
If the bond issue passes pro. $268,000 Holiday Inn permit April's building figure was ttreet: South.bullt Allen$6,000 TV
ceeds will be used to buy a mile Plans for the restaurant and adjoining about $1,6001eee than the March addition and alteration for James
long parcel of beachfront property 60.unit motel are now total of $392,008, but It was W.Porter,666 Kings Town Drive,
stretching; south from Wig. substantially better than the built by Wlggs and Maale$4,000;
gins Pass to Vanderbilt Beach. April 1903 figure of $239,455. guest house for JI.C.Latu rno,701 Kitty Now
This property would be a county NAACP To Call Building Official Bert Plnkston West Luke Drive $3,500; port.
beachfront park accessible from Issued 14 residential permits last able concession stand for NaplesLittle
Vanderbilt Beach or from the Work Stoppage If monthaccountlng for $242,877. League at Cambler Park,

westward extension of State Road Bill Doesn't PassNEW The Old Cove auditorium and built by Sorter and Davis, $2,. At $2OOOSeven
I 846, now under construction.The shops buildings, costing $06,300, 000.
ii! land Is being held now, YORK (AP-The Na. was me only eommerclal tun.
;: for eventual purchase by the tional Association tor the Ad. structlon undertaken during the 450 Dade Kroward days after the decision
county when bond Issue proceedsare vancement of Colored People i 'month. Miscellaneous permits by the Greater Naples business
'II ..1 .. : -- --..-.. ...- available by St. Charles may call a national one>daj r added up to $22,313, docks and Ironworkers Back community to fo ahead with a
Charities. This nonprofit cor. work stoppage and prayer vlgi]:1 seawalls $8,082, and alterations. 1964 Summer TV promotion,
poratlon, headed by Lester Nor. If Congress falls to pass a civil]1 additions-repairs $9,920. To Work MondayMIAMI chairman Joel Kuperberg report.
Southerners Look rls and H.B. Jordon, Is buying rights bill In reasonable time,, Among permits processed sd 20 per cent of i 'lOOOOroal
Notional Hospital WeekTo the land from the estate of Wal. says one of Its officials Ing the last week of April were (AP)-Some 450 of 500 has already been .'ked.
To GOP For Honest ter Mack. Allred Baker Lewis NAACP, the following residence for Roy Ironworkers In Dade, Browardand The $2,000investjbySffirmsand '
Republicans will choose from treasurer and member of Its 5 2.. Brack, 661 Rudder Road$17,000; Monroe counties will be Individuals represents part.
Race Stand-Barry the following three candidates for m an board of directors,said Frl, ruldenre for E.D. Willis, 1320 1 back to work by Monday after Iclpatlon ranging from $15 to
ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Ben. Be Observed May 10Naples governor Ken Folks, H.B. (Bob) day the timing will be up to Roj> Crayton Road, built by Ruten. a 13'day strike, union spokesman 1500. Kuperberg stated that the
Goldwater accused the Foster, and Charles R. Holley Wilkins the organization's exec,,, berg $13,200; residence for Ed. Kenny Wells said Friday. funds collected so far will be
Barry of utlve secretary win E. Helton, 644 13th Avenue Wells, business agent of Local used to get the program under.
Democrats dealing Saturday with civil political rights, Community Hospitalwill building program to keep pace DEMOCRATIC BATTLESThe 272, said 90 per cent of the steelontractors way In mid-May, with a fishing
iecelt laid In "most sensible Southerners join In the countrywide with the growth of this region. Democratlcprimaryballot : In the three county tournament accent during the
and
-both negro and white" observance of Nat tonal Hospital By 1966 the number of beds is quite a bit longer. There are area have signed new contractswith First two weeks' spot announce
- re looking to the Republican Week starting next Sunday May will be Increased from 62 to six gubernatorial candidates,and the union.Cancer. ment.. This will tie In with the
178 the top two vote-getters will meetIn May 17th opening of the 1964 Na-
party for honest solutions to racial 10. 112, and a decade hence
the May 26 runoff primary
pies Summer Fishing Tournament
problems. beds should be available for
The observance Is held Candidates are Haydon Burns, tA f Drive opening early this yearto
Goldwater seeking to sew upGeorila" patterns. On the basis of National 1
Fred Bud Robert
( ) Dickinson take of the
advantage good
the week of
at the during
support Republican annually Health Service figures
King High, Frederick B. Karl,
Fishing during this period and to
National Convention, said Florence Nightingale's birthday of four beds per 1,000 population Scott Kelly, and John E. (Jack) Interest Florida residents before
the GOP record on civil rights on May 12. It Is spon- should be tc 1Cj'i1
clear and cannot successful.ly this adequate t Mathews Over The Top they go on their summer vaca.Ions. .
"Is sored by the American Hospital care for a community of more Continued .
be challenged."We ( on page 6)
Association to give citizens -
While accenting the tournament
than
have not had to Ignorethe 40,000 persons Ir
law to force Integration nor an opportunity to learn When the full capacity pro- at the outset the TV spots will,
are we deliberately evading the more about the hospitals of vided for In the projection LJ Break Ground With A BangMrs. In the main, promote the five.
their community the will have features of Florida that the FlorIda
law In an effort to win votes In realized hospital
Development Commission has
the Northern cities," the ArUo. Afternoon 328 beds, or enough to providefor
tours of the Naples
For William T. Barrett, Jr., Found most attractive visitors:
na senator said In an addressfor Community Hospital will be heldon a population of 77,500 persons Tomorrow 1964 Cancer Crusade chairman, Beaches and swimming, the central .
the Georgia Republican Con. Monday through Friday from In Naples and the county.To announced yesterday that the atmosphere of fun and relaxation

ventlon."It two to four o'clock during keep abreast this growth Holiday Inn drive to raise this year's Cm natural scenery, commer.
Is the liberal Democratswho ,
have been Hospital Week All residents of many new facilities will obviously sade quota, $10,000, was"more cial attractions (such as Caribbean
acts times guilty than of such the city and county are cordially have to be added and Ground will be broken Monday than successful." Gardens), and fishing and
more be
counted" he salt can Invited to make these tours to present services vastly ex, (May 4) for the 60 unit HolidayInn Final results from all the pro. hunting.
observe the workings of the In. panded. Detailed plans for this motor lodge which will be Jects undertaken by the Cancer Any businesses In the area
stitution which serves all Co!. have been prepared In the con- located on the Tamlaml Trail Crusade In this year's fund. that have not been contacted by
Driver Runs Down her County. ception and design of the Ne at 12th Avenue, North. raising effort are not as yet the 500 mailings which have been
wNaples' which will available but returns made, Invest In this
Holiday Inij; already may program
"Growing With he Com.munlty" Tower and stub T-wlng building '
Questioning CopNEW also contain a restaurant, Is ex.pected Indicate that the total will by calling Z"' 3Kuperberr aald.pown'v .
Is the Naples Com. which is
construction on to early In the fall. exceed that of last year's Cru.
open
YORK (AP-A patrol. unity Hospital's theme for the expected to start In the fall. The land and buildings will rep. sade, which amounted to $12,066. whatever tntl*
man questioning an auto driveron week, and from all evidence It
"Vvtth of steady
a Brooklyn street Friday year progress resent an Investment In excessof Mrs Barrett expressed her
Is an apposite one
behind us and exciting to Ad appreciation to her" hard
night was run down by the drlv. $730,000, according m any
er and killed, police said. A pas. Enlarged this winter by s plans for the future ahead the Miller of Ad Miller Associates, T working assistants, whose tire.
singer In the car was Injured 14 bed addition the local hospital Naples Community Hospital has who handled the deal for the I less efforts made the 1964 drive
fatally when the speeding auto has plans for an elaborate good reason to Join In the observance property.The luch a success "Collier Count.
then crashed Into a bus.Police of Hospital Week motor lodge has been f ran.chlaed lana are very aware of the needof
to Robert T. Mayes and funds for the Intensive re.March .
said patrolmen Ed. I Joseph G. Bertolaml. administrator C.B. Me of PLEASED AS PUNCH the results of the carried
25 and A ?FROM LITTLE willIt Eachln Lexington over programs oo by
Schrempf
mond C. said. "Not only
,
who also operate Holiday Collier County Cancer Crusade were Mrs.( William the American Cancer Society,
Blackshear stopped a
the
car Cornelius and asked to see the drlv.er's .it SPARKS. give of us a Southwest chance to show Florida Inns in Fortfort Ky., and Rich T Barrett, left, Crusade Chairman, and Dr DanielB. ind this Is evidenced by their I II
I
people mood, Ind. Both men are activeIn increased contributions every o
Without Langley of the Collier Chap-
license. warning, president County
and wherewe
what have done
we work rear.
building and enabling the Cancer Cru-
development
shot forward, dragging fr GIANT FOREST ter of the American Cancer Society who Saturday
the car
are going but It: will give In the Lexington area. They have lade to go over the top every year
Schrempf for several blocks and ftFIRES GROWl us the opportunity to a bit of J been winter visitors to Naples reported that the drive for 1961 had Kane "way toe' the last many years," Mrs.
him the
finally wheels.throwing under stock taking for ourselves." for several seasons. over the top." See story ( NF\\: .* photo) Barrett said.




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.. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, May J. 19(4

F Golden Gate The building win
County Building be 37 by 40 feet

rt :i1 Total $279,973Construction Lewis Pools Inc. will install
I' 36 by 70-foot swim-
In the county,
ming pool at a cost of $22,000
; of Naples, dipped a It Big Cypress Golf and Country '
last month,according to re Club. Carl Anderson Is

f 1 l at the County Building building a $15,000 residence

,v at Palm River. TamlamlBulld-
The April total WU $219, $12,000 houseat
Is building a
ers
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t l O I i with 37 permits Issued by Naples South for George
'
e Building Official Carl Clem- Baker.

U In March, construction Goodland Isles Is building a
to $330,746, and In
$6,000 residence at Goodland.
April 1963 the total was $300. E.A. Klssenger Is putting up

750. a 20 by 40-foot store building
Twenty residential permitslast for $4,000 at Naples Manor -
month added up to $174, G.M1ener Is building guest

420. Commercial construction rooms for $2,000 at Myrtle

\ 119rwn wY $44.000.$38.000.duplexes public$9.408 works, alter Terrace.

terations-additions $9J980, and


areas miscellaneous Golden Gate 4165.led with$96 By, USS Card

992, followed by North Naples
J 1" with $90,168, East Naples $51,

748, Marco $6,000, eastern
county $2,640, and Isles of Capri Sunk By
.
.
i. iiiummnnin- 9' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii niiRMaf MHKK nuf M is* 9 0Bmma DEPARTMENT EDITORS have a problem. "It must go here," $2,365.

HERE is where she left off, points Mrs. Robert Mortland, faculty yearVan Wyk, classes editor (standing), pointing to the spot. From left, In the last week Land of the month took,
Gulf American Corp
book advisor, addressing her remarks to Barbara Savidge, co-editor-in-chief Ryan, organizations editor, says "I give up"; Paula Van Wyk, $40,000 permit for construction Red BombSAIGON
out a
I "md business editor of the Neapolitan. The occasion was the day that twin itor, leans back and feels for a thought; while Michelle Moreau (r) of a water plant at

sister, Betty Savidge, and Editor-in-Chief of the publication was home the whole situation Viet Nam (AP-A tomb

with the measles.Neapolitan. 1) blast last night wounded
_._ -- ,light Americans-:five officers
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S 1 1rate' ;md Jalgon three boulevard enlisted In men-on sight of a a
Staff Hard AtWork -K J.S. aircraft ferry crippled and

:emporarily sunk by a predawn
I ixploslon. .


like A Diamond, A Yearbook Is Forever'By Viet incidents Security Cong,officers on considering the blamed Communist them both

I studied attacks of the May Day

Sam EnglandIn Getting the yearbook out by the to be compiled and place I scatters well arranged material weekend.The ship was the 9,800.ton
.. dedicatedto
floor but
end of the school term, as has In order, page by page, for In t over the Card demoted to transport work
case you have forgotten, the t the task and willing to accept ,
been the custom In the past, ex. publisher. ilnce World War II duty against
School staff worksf
Naples Senior High year' the responsibility
eludes activities which hap. Many unexpected problem I i Atlantic.
many In the
book, the "Neapolitan," will nol Edltor-ln-Chlef Bett on unaffected by the unexpected. German U.boats
; pen after February or March confront of the casual.
be ready for distribution this yea What is a yearbook? "Like a Identification
then t
for Instance
when the material is sent to the Savidge lea of the bomb attack was
until August. diamond, a yearbook forever,
when the measles,
publisher was the time withheld. Four of
But that doesnt mean the stet, said emporarily
This the Neapolitan willinclude without respect for position an j j someone
assembling the yearbook has bee I year all spring activttiesevengraduation. urgency of work to be don, ktp t The value of a yearbook Is not them were hospitalized. The
treated at an
loafing on the job. limited. Many, after a half cen. others) were
the editor at horn for af.w day i.
The Idea of postponing publication !. turyare still prized possessions. American dispensary and dls.
'
i So the summer publicationdate Twin sister Barbara 6avldg",
until summer Is new, and It is document, reea nlssed.
business editor" an Important
doesn't mean the staff of co-editor and ,, wait
also
the object Is to make It a complete.t during tb-- cording the school's history, an One Vietnamese
., about IS students underthe su. served double duty MUST BE SOLVED department editors wounded by a fragment.
record of this year's school actlv Incomparable book of memories THE PROBLEM -
Itles. pervlslon of Mrs. Robert Mort..landlan't measle Invasion. In for the student. are called for consultation. From left, assistants are : Judy High tide at noon and labor.
happen
preparing
can
Hundreds Anything
photos have busy tClbeassembledcapotlonl now. and assembling materlt 1 It will be August before the Dinaburg, Sally Noonan, Diane Rivers, Standing at right Inr pumps freed the Card frond
Priest Condemns and outlines written. Athle. for the publishers. A story get t 1964 edition of the Neapolitan is Barbara Savidge, co-editor who was for advice, and seated the bottom muck of the the river.

Over-Population tic records, club activities,class misplaced ... a picture doesn''''t it is will ready be for worth distribution the wait,.".."But says are the department editors, Kathy Ryan, Wyk, Michelle Moreau ,ng Divers hole below who Inspected the waterline gap.In
...
name i
activities, student council work. have an identifying on/1 Von Wtrlr *
Liz World WarI
he flattop a
baby ,
ttnu van iv A.
Editor.ln ChiefBetty Bavldge. 1
Solutions Aired the list Is long -have staff member drops a file an 1 and unlawful harass. carrier credited with seven
President
DALLAS, Tex. (AP-A Cath. -- .......,..,.. ;a_ .It.. I" of."the operation of this tazl U.boat kills, said they could
most current Cancels U.S. lot Immediately determine
ollc priest says
to the population The suit alleged that tickets whether the blast that sent her
approaches JAKARTA O I *issued to the drivers of han. down was external or Internal.
explosion problem are "patentlj r
:
Inadequate and ultraconserva, President Sukarno cabs when they pull up to
tlve." a trip this month to curb, and that policemen have ; "
the carriages from city REELECTtnJry
States after being
The Rev. John Thomas be
came the first Catholic spokesman the American public and cab stands and have RAN..Sr.JI t t.u.
to shoo them from the
to participate at a national : to him, foreign
R' sources said today. after 11 p.m.
meeting of Planned Parenthood.World
*t $TATE ATTOltNtyI
There was no
,
Population, a blrtl Copper ands
iron pyrites are '
control organization. the U.S. Embassy from Cyprus. I II' .., I "A "
exports
Father Thomas said, "No sir neslan Foreign
able modern nation could The sources said
loft t
make reasonable provision to;tr tI :41ndt received advices Ade.t'a ,
Its population Increases if Itl,tt vA e rY W I 'tdn that his recent ; ; 'O/rrtViVa/+/ Ie" tr, ,
11\.4 ; .u.
people 'wjre to make use o U.s foreign policy' ...: : .
their full reproductive caps : Indonesia, plus INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL
city" munlst party

Father Thomas Is a professoi r United States, had r Phi Ml 2.3696 1175 Pme'ST Naples, Fl,. \
at St. Louis University hostile attitude
Americans.
.-- among
He was told, the
a/ ate'v a ed, that it would not I _
MPL a h for him to make the 80
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pr 4e t
Wants I


"I HEAT BENAPUS Ticketing Police To : SOON !'


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FLOtlOAPeriod FINALLY A STAFF meeting had to be called CHICAGO (AP)- ,
'
There la a cycle in which has filed : I..:.:
Of including Mrs. Mortland. But the problem was man John Leavltt,secretary Car v.'rater la evaporated from the to company restrain the city I _

JAM Jrd THRU t.4AV'thun. solved and the Neapolitan will be out in Augusta P.rle McCool.Bell, and These treasurer officers Charles were 0 ceana, carried by air masses, from ticketing its
piomised. recipitated aa ram or snow, re- The Ye Olde
Mon. -Iuea.ntl.mtCOl'IIII announced at a Republican lunch [r,", ned to the ocean by surface said in the suit filed i
__ eon meeting Thursday. rl low and percolation, or returned! Court Friday that /
Mot than :) million, Americans In town for the meeting was
.
the by evaporationnd
"" Ie> atmosphere "undertaken a
f Workers ForGoldwater
BRlV\Sft,? ilV IK und older have completed Jack Insco, Cramer's admlnlstratlve a transpiration of plants.
leas than tight, year or aihooling. assistant for 12 years
CEoaOfllllllS.t ft, Included in the figure' are 8 Set Insco is traveling around the NAPLES MOST
SlRtBlMlflBDj\ million.. over 25 that have com state, helping organize county Os
m::.:,- lJ1:.: '.''' pie ted I less than S vura.ritle committees to work for the elec .HAIR FASHION RYAN
W1 tsar Gent{ For Busy Time tlon of the pro-Goldwater dele. This Week Special!
gates. Insco was In Polk Coun. I 4') Permanent
of Col, ty Wednesday and moved on to
Wed. Thur. Fri. Sat. Y Her Harry County Green committee, chairman work Ins, Miami Friday. ) Wave Reg. $25.00 $
: Both Insco and Green
i to elect the official Barry Goldwater are en. -
WAITDISNEYSM slate, will be busy man I thuslastlc about the future of Try Mr. Wills New Body Hair Cut! Makes.
FOR suN FUN 4 irsH between now and the May 26 better and keeps the frlzi cut of
itay : your
Republican presidential preference ., "It Is developing into a gen.
Silver King' ulne '
primary election. two-party system Insco
said. WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
(Bool Ham "We are going to do all we I
MODERN. SAFE, FAST 3 can on the county level to hel|'
: I ear filth .... t*, two*
At
Romney Laughs
I < TtCHNKXX.08 FISHING CRUISER nominate San Goldwater,

Ml 2-2157 er Ml 23940Cape. Green mlttee said.members He and will other campalgi com i Incident Of Man --iC 9 /

Cecil Lamb In favor of the pro'Goldwatet[ Office
Crashing
': slate, which Is headed by Con, ELECT iT
AIL THE THE gressmin William C. Cramel LANSING, Mich. (AP) Al. /
\If of St. Petersburg. This slab t though Cov. George W. Rom. WILLIAM
Companyof Is opposed' by an unpledged grout|> ney laughed off the incident, po. s
Period Of headed by state GOP officials. lice today held a man who Jib' )
Naples The two slate are competlni C marched Into Romney's office
MAY )rrf 4Hi I MAY nth trkdun. for the right to pick two GO]' carrying a loaded pistol In hisi
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS national convention delegate: attache case and a folding knife r.. COUNTY Operated by
:: Mon. Peppard Bldg. from each congressional dlstrlc't in his pocket.
BOB HOPE LUCILLE I ALL In. Ml 2.0030 in the state. Election of the pro. Held on a 43-hour psy,-hlatrlr Democratic Primary May ERNIE and DAN RYANALMcLENON
GIll Fifth Art, So. Goldwater group headed by Cra. detainer In Ingham County Jaili
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At mar Insures that the voter was Charles p, English, 37, Bo. CAPABLE
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May J. W4 COLLIER COUNT NEWS 3
Denby Dale Folk To Bake


i .: off-beat travel topics FOODS I
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Pie 18 Feet Long, 6 WideDENBY I ..'..'.,.2I':.,,' I'

DALE, England CAP)I I Battle of Waterloo In 181% and ,'\t.j': f
1M Iflomi
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-The whimsical folk of Denby,, the third the repeal of the re 1taplt4
Dale are about to bake anotherof ,, presslve corn laws In 1848.I .::;n ..i.ijf ,
those slant pies they began,I The pie for Queen Victoria's fOR LESS'sUNSHiNE +
whipping up the year King'., 1867 jubilee was Inedible! and, ( .
George DI recovered his wits' was burled In quicklime A sub ,
Anne l. Bowes
made. By
This will be the seventh ere statute was quick!) '
atlon of the pie makers, not f;, Another pie celebrated thecorn I.... a? .
< 1896 and the ..
counting the one that went bad I i aws jubilee In ---- \;
and had to be burled In 1887. most recent was made In 1928:! to This Is a travel story without Arc de Trlomphe, Place de la
raise funds for a hospital.
Three tons of beef and tw, Bastille and the Tullleries.Can tJ
because there Is
tons Pie day this year Is Sept pictures
of potatoes will\ go Into the
me a an Incurable rustic
and the motive. Illustrate what I cynic
monster tidbit. The pie commit charity Is again no way to
tee Is experimenting with four Tim villagers expect the pie have to say. My subject Is but the city sights left me "
kinds of seasoning. to yield 30,000 portions and Paris, a city much publicized cold and lonesome. I found
Before they start assembling raise $42,000. A portion will he especially In the spring. the cathedral pigeons highly .
the Ingredients, the villagers' sent to Soviet Premier Khru My Impressions may shock Irreverent, the prices exhor-
plan to stage a party In the pie, shchev, a noted authority> on you, but this Is because there bitant, parks lurking with wolfs,
dish, whkh Is something to be. pie.The are only two ways to feel about the better street cafes artificial
hold. Billed as the largest of Its committee sajs the lie Either adore or and full of Americans,
kind, the dish Is 18 feet long, will take about a week to coif ,k, despise Paris. It. 1 despise you it. Let buildings and sidewalks dirty,
six feet wide and 20 Ini lies doe previous experience Is antI \
/i. and the view of the city almost
It also Is one of the few pie I guide A lay: oven a sort of me tell you why. ThereIs
arrival there for the first claustrophobic.
dishes to have had a ceremonial earthen tunnel will be con On
launi hlng. abutted to hold the metal dish time, my expectations were no countryside cradling this
It Is moored In the anal out. and wood fires "" 11be\ kept high, my appearance demure, city, only concrete to the very
side the pie dish faitory burning beneath It. my speech French. With a family horizon.
The organizers explained this .r.___ name of LaBastllle I expected True, Paris Is a symmetrical GOLDEN
seemed the best way to get It Paris would be my second city, spoking Into the Arc HARVEST
first, to Denhy Dale for the party home. How this huge in wide boulevards. There is
then to Hud'lersfleld'' for city dealt with me over five aristocratic architecture and
(leaning, then bark to [)Pn. days changed my rosy attitudeto fancy formal garden, yetthereIs PRUNE
by Dale for the pie hake, one of disenchantment and always an undertone of dirt
The dish! will be equipped I hold the city to and decadence. The city gives
with u bar and fur the disgust. .
carpet|
Itself a "French Bath" a :
blame.
party. s !iW:4ff-
Tim first Denhy Dale pie" was It began at the Metro, that sprinkling of cologne and per
mad In 1788 to (elehrateGeorge vast, efficient, white-tiled sub- fume over an unwashed body. JU ICE
Hi's recovery from e. way system which whips one In Plgalle and along the Left
madness. The recovery did not dizzily under the metropolis Bank. I saw more evil in human
last much longpr than the, pie Bustling Parisians glared and faces than I'd ever experienced
The se<"und pie tell'brated the 4 glowered as 1 held up a line before. No won- LARGE
vii tory over Na// lh.n at the fumbling for francs and stop- der artists flock to Paris,
mere
ped to study a wall map. No for is humanity In Its 40..0Z. JAR

81:1: :... x''f one (except a Belgian priest) rawest most aberrant forms ,
DUCK VAUDEVILLE | could take time to tell this The pen and brush will never
stranger how and where to go. want for subject matter.
roVLLLOYSIT y
Emerging at Les Halles, I Along the Left Bank and the II IICHOICE %
began looking for a hotel near Rue de St. Michelle one finds 394
the Louvre and the Seine. UsIng Beats and Books. Here Is also
-, my best manners and much perversion, but It's
Bnag French, I Inquired at 10 modest mixed with youth. One can't
TO DUAL POST-it
pensions. With the exceptionof help feeling refreshed, even
YostPilesa Gen. Albert Watson II hat been humored the affectations and
one, all were managed by by
named the high commissioner bossy, cold Frenchwomen who rebelliousness of the beatniks.Their's BONELESS
of the Ryukyu islands and the looked me over suspiciously, Is an exciting and erotic
y Teol commanding general l of the 9th and environment.
quoted a flat (high) price BEEF CUBES 4
I Army Corps tfcetivt' August t. gave the Impression they
couldn't care If you stayed or HEAVY "PLAYS"Not
CaribbeanGardens REELECTFRANK went on. Finally I settled on a day went by but I was

SCHAt'U a s mall hotel whose manige ress stalked by a man. SometimesIt
had a smile, and a room which is only a game that takesa GROUND Ib.694 794
STATE ATTORNEY was completely decorated In sly dodge or sudden grimace CHUCK
burgandy and mirrors, a bal- to end the chase, but lb.
NAPLES ''fI, ", i'. "AI" cony and bidet.In sometimes they follow you so
the late twilight, I walk- long you feel a tinge of desperation
ed down to the Seine, across and start looking fora
Pont Neuf bridge above Notre "gendarme." Once an unseen -
THE FLAG, ALOFT A STURDY POLE,
Dame and veered off to the arm tried to yank me In GOLDEN HARVEST
ENHANCES THE CHARACTER AND tip of the Island lie de la Cite. to a doorway along Plgalle (and FRENCH CUTGREEN KRAffFUUOUAUT
BEAUTY OF HOME AND COMMUNITY Willows arched out over the me In Jeans and a knapsack!)
river, old cobblestones blended I found Parisians to be quite BEANS
with grey trunks, quiet bar- Latin In their temperament
ges silo by with running lights very reserved towards strangers
MEMORIAL DAY INDEPENDENCE reflecting in the calm water.In and cunning In their trans
May" 30th DAY the park, Square de Yen sactions. Innumerable'times 2 303 254
July" 4th Galant, sleepy pigeons rustled I skipped for my life before CANS
their wings on the grass. A determined drivers. Duringa
FLAG DAY I ij, LABOR DAY few late fishermen were reel- torrential rainstorm, a shopkeeper MAYONNAISE
Sept. 7th Ing In their lines while young tried to throw me out
June 14th
couples strolled by or snug- of her doorway. Every mornIng -
gled against the embankments.This sly waiters charged a different PINE CONE
spot was the most serene price for the same bowlof
THE DIXIE FLAG CO. 4tm.it: >t witti $3 purches*
and beautiful I could find In cafe-au-lalt and a crois TOMATOES
this sant. What Parisians seem to
great noisy city.
Crayton Cove Naples Midway 2.2251 lack is human warmth and des

BEGGARS GALOREAs cency. 2 :: s2S
1 turned to go, I almost This deficiency plus the rudeness ,
stepped on a beggar stretched of the city Is compensated :
28-ft SPORT FISHERMAN out beneath a tree. His for In pan by An. In
head lay upon the cold cob- the Louvre, the Juede Fommes
blestones and he had no blanket and Rodin Museums, one once
To my horror, there more remembers that there Mott's APPLE JUICEQT.27cAPPLESAUCE
were several more bodies lyIng are farms and fields, pity and
under the bridge. It soon tenderness, majesty and man
o became obvious that Paris Is ners. Millet's "The Harvest"
filled with "clochards" They Rodin's "Lost Love," Monet's

..c. : J rifle garbage cans,sleep In gut- "Parliament," are breathtak- APPLE BAY 2 303 254

,' .::::o:, ters and themselves on park benches with card, cover ing.Perhaps painting and sculpture PINK CANS

board and rags In cold wea- are the Parisians' escape
ther, and wear Indescribably from a harsh environment.
old Bright canvasses and smooth HAWAIIAN
dirty clothes. The beggars < PUNCH
seem to belong to a stone give them a release and
"fraternity" and even mar- an affiliation with real life.
.
.... ,'1" -.. ry among themselves! In a But take the museums away, JCCOZY NS'89
city known to the world as put them In Berlin, Bangkok
refined, Intellectual, artistic or Burmlngham, and you have
ON THE WAYS FOR and civilized, these poor humans left the Impersonal unsympathetic KITCHEN CAT FOOD ,
are an incongruous and city of Paris, whose
YOUR INSPECTIONUlRICKSON unsettling sight. sweetness, warmth and delight 25
During the days In Paris, I found are only a myth, a con 3 CANS $
I did all the things the usual coction of the travel agent_ 0 ,
SPORT-FISHERMANt) tourist does the Notre Dame, so salth this disenchanted tra LOG CABIN SYRUP A AIN

Fishing chairs, 225 Gray Marine Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysees, veler. 1B-OZ. PITCHER P P

Giva-away price of $3,750 if .

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The Best of BoyleBy
sir aswSUNDAY t Ntntt'' ; .- "

y HAL BOYLE I

MAY 3 1964
,
cuse"--fludyard Kipling
NEW YORK (AP)-Things a Folklore Sleep with a pair c),<|

. Vote As YJ"fl n'TBut Please Vote columnist might never know "* scissors under your pillow an,I
he didn't open his maUl you'll never get rheumatlsm.1
.
,. President William Howard onion In
Carrying an your pock.[
This newspape. |,] does ncT/ of course, seems certain there would be an intensi Taft, who weighed to 332 et will ward off diseases. Tel

recommend or..e dorse candidates In fication of pressure from residents of pounds, often bought three seats keep from having cramps, wear)
these for the for himself when he attendedthe an eelskin around your ankle
local, "big" counties changes in
political
races. theater, so he could: sprawl Bowling balls have been foundin I
But for 14 years it has been our current formulas for distribution of state over them In comfort This Egyptian tombs dating back !

custom to make suggestions (call them gasoline and racing taxes. worked fine except for the time to 5,200 B.C. King Edward ml
he two of the seats monarchs
discovered and other British for. I
endorsements If you will)) on state and With large legislative delegations, were on one side of the aisle- bade bowling because, unlike I

national candidates for the benefit of plus the power of the governor's office, and the third was on the oppo. archery, the game provided no I

readers who not have had access it is conceivable that the formulas could site side. training for war. Although h. |
may Manhattan is for the bIrds banned his subjects from play
to sufficient Information on which to be changed. This would prove extremely Some humane society officials ing, King Henry VHI himself !

base a selection of their own. costly to small county taxpayers.This believe It has more pigeons. enjoyed bowling between execu. [

Readers who already have selected is not meant to suggest that than Half people of the UJS. couples over tlons.Cultural news from abroad: I

candidates whom they believe to be candidates High and Burns are not men 65 have an income of less than Tahltlans no longer rub noses

superior to all others will hope of the highest calibre but from a $2,800 a year. One.third of the as a sign of affection. They [
we elderly have less than $100 In have adopted the European cus.
stick with their choices. practical viewpoint it seems reasonableto cash savings. tom of kissing each other on I

We have suggested during the past believe that the concentration of such Q .,:irr{ Except for religion, more both cheeks when meeting or |
; ,0:<1;* books have been written about
parting.
either of these
week that anyone still "undecided" power in densely populated ( i WTv :.\ 1Jh. the American Civil War than Medicine is going In more and I

would be well advised to vote for Senator areas would not benefit this or '' ''''''''ii. -' any other subject. more for machine diagnosis.
any other small counties. "! College graduates with In. Doctors can now feed a pai
Spessard Holland In his He
race. comes of $7,000 a year are hap. tlent's symptoms Into a new
That leaves Fred O. "Bud" Dickinson t
certainly deserves an overwhelming vote ti1FW, .tt 4 pier than grammar school grad. electronic computer and get a |
of confidence from Collier Countians Fred Karl, Scott Kelly and John E. Math- :f : uates who earn $3,000 or less diagnosis 30 seconds later.It .
eWI. J;; .- annually. But when the Incomeis Alexander Woollcottwho
Florida would do well with was
IS well as all Florldians. We believe he any +. .,..1;'.. the same, the highly educatedare observed, "Many of us I
,
r '"I'
will get It. of these men In the governor's chair ,,.,'. not as happy as the poorly spend half our time wishing for

We a vote for James W. All of them, with the exception of ; educated. things we could have if we did
suggest v "We have 40 million reasons not spend half our time
Dickinson have been highly critical of the
y
,
Kynes to be Florida's Attorney General for failure but not a single exCHICAGO wlshlne."
and Edwin L. "Ed" Mason to continue proposed Naples-Ft. Lauderdale toll road )

and have missed no opportunity to -
at a member of the Public Utilities Com J. ,

mission. say so. Candidate Karl was quoted, .... .. .... _.. .,.. .." .. ,' W WJJ,",' te PET DOCTORly
We can not, In good conscience, either rightly or wrongly, as saying he 'LETTER-; : ,r-- .peo A. W. Mallar, 0,V.M.O. .

would stop "Alligator Alley" if he is the
reccommend of the six Demo- in
one InWashington
any To The ..:'- I GEMS OF THOUGHT Today
candidates. This elected. On the other hand, Dickinsontold
cratic gubernatorial is := -
somewhat embarrassing, but to act other the American Automobile Association EDIT;07 t I 1 news

wise would be a breach of good faith.In which is fighting Alligator Alley By The
tooth and toenail that he has nothing FAVORS WATKINS OPPORTUNITY (AP) Sepln
ASSOCIATEDPRESS
:
the GOP gubernatorial race, H. B. Editor, Collier County News Fetchit, who won fane and earn

"Bob" Foster, a resident of nearby Fort against the road. A letter from Clayton E. Bigg, all Great, but many opportunities do not know come they to ed several million dollars In the
Beach looks Of the six candidates, only Mathewshas published In a recent Issue of have met them. movies, is 111 In Cook County
Myers as good as any. The News, attempts to down. SMOKING: In the nation's Hospital a welfare patient
(Cat least to our knowledge) taken -Albert Elizah Dunning
Frankly, we believe that all six Demo- grade the qualifications of Henry capital, nearly one-fourth of the without a dime. Ii
cratic candidates are able and capable time to visit Collier County. He spoke Watkins, Jr.for the School Board. Opportunities do not come senior high school students and The shuffling Negro come.
before the Rotary Club a few weeks ago. Mr. Bin Is out of step with with their values I tamped upon eight per cent of the junior high dlan's real name Is Lincoln A. ,
men who will serve creditably if elected.No reality.He them. Every one must be chal students are regular, daily clg. Perry. He was best known for
Issues are Involved In the race, so Dickinson was scheduled to speak here, belittles the short term of lenged. arette smokers, It was reported his supporting roles In motion

It seems safe to that the primary will but illness at home prevented his ap Mr. Watkins as a school trusteeIn -Maltbie Babcock yesterday pictures starring Shirley Templeand
say 1858. ft Is pertinent to In. Opportunity comes to the pre The figures were obtained in Will Rogers.
be decided on personalities and prom pearance. quire whether any alternative pared. a random-sampling survey of
ises. Admittedly, some of the candidates Five of the candidates (Mathews candidate has had experience -Dr. Rudolph Ganz students In public, private and NEW YORK (AP-Adlal E.
hedged a little bit) told the AAA that at all In Collier County school parochial schools by the District Stevenson, U.S. ambassador,
than others
have better
A lost Is the
personalities administration. opportunity of Columbia division of the American says he doesn't want to be con. My French Poodle iiwhifa
but ell of them have been doing wellIn they favor early four-laning of U.S. 41 He asserts that experience asa greatest of losses. Cancer Society and the D.C. sldered as a possible opponentfor and he hoi red stains under hnyai.

the promising department.So (the Tamiami Trail) from Tampa to Mi County Commissioner Is of no -Mary Baker EddyNo Congress of Teens for Cancer Ed. Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, II doesn't comeef when we
value to a member of the School ucatlon. R.N.Y., In the November elec.
In the absence of issues we can ami. Board. With this thoughtful peo. want great of man opportunity.ever complainsof LIGHT SIDE: Republicanscan tlon. woih it or bloods it. What is it

only deal In "nit-picking" trivialities. At this moment, it appears doubtfulthat pie must flatly disagree. Ad. -Ralph Waldo EmersonA keep their pennies, for the from and how can wa tola cor a ofit
Collier Coun- Karl will have an opportunity to ministration of public funds, White House has never been NEW YORK (AP)-Secretary ? Dianne Zenino, Nixon, N. J.
Speaking strictly as a working with a group of elected wise man will make more brighter, says press secretary of State Dean Rusk says the A. The slam ore couitd by Mtra-
tlan, It would not seem to be In the halt Alligator Alley but Dickinson just officials, dealing with county af. opportunities than he finds George Reedy. civil rights bill must be passed honi 01""the eye Thu some "thing hop

best Interests of the area if either Haydon may be in a position to cut the ribbonat fairs on a county.wide basis,set. Francis Bacon President Johnson hasn't or- so the United States'' voice will pant in dork Poodle*, but It not 01
ting up a budget and operating dered one outside bulb turned not be "muted by the hypocrisyof .
ceremonies.That Since. lost oboul
opening noticaobla we wrote
Burns of Duval County or Robert High within that budget are all prime Patience Is not passive: on oft, said Reedy, but has "exer. unreal pretensions."
f.lnul de County should be elected is the situation as seen from qualifications
this the School Board. In fact the concentrated.. strength lights inside .the pot .-!eTrlWrm/Wejoi
fhe y .sot !S..quite simple. Either man corner. Board and the Commissionerswork .-Bulwer.Lytton White House are not burning." Give and Take .' ,.("tin, condition., ,iWfyrtetjjieryjir *
would: of necessity, have to pay close On Tuesday, vote as you please together in some Important Justice is the Insurance we Johnson Issued orders back In lion, Iliall hot don. a cenuderoble
An Mho left
and BUT PLEASE VOTE. of their respective have lives and obedience December that unneeded lights Englishman amount of' raiaorch olio and tavtrol
heed to the wishes of neighbors It aspects our
his all
fint car parked night inSalisbury's ovoilobla
responsibilities. !' premium we pay be 'darkened a move that oparolioni o'a now lo cor-
I 1 it has been my privilege to for It. prompted some Republicans to central lot found rut the condition. Sinca, It involve ", .
work with Henry Watkins Jr on William Penn label him "Light Bulb Johnson" a pound note ($2.80) tucked eye, the operation n complei ond lima

,,0 t h'' rs" say a number of matters of public Patience Is the best remedy A reporter called Reedy's at. under his windshield wiper. continuing. It olio means having your
II L ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS interest and concern and I can for every trouble. tentlon Friday to a new GOP But, when he tried to start dog Hay In ,lha hoipilal,' lor a number
speak of l him with confidence.: He Plautus suggestion for contributions of his car he discovered the ofdoyt. tf you foal, your dog'I condition'
---.J ..._.. is deeply Interested in county af. pennies to underwrite a bright note had been exchangedfor worronli oil of thu your vtlarlnonon
--
= fairs, especially the schools -, er White House the gas in his tank. will, b. glod to work with" you

where his children are being edu. .,, <- ,
2U2A)3923AA2 cated. He approaches problems ,

AOTOM thoughtfully, In other words he COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
looks well before he leaps. He MICHAEL Historical
CHANCE Edlt -Publl.har COLLIER COUNTYBy
I Is Industrious and conscientious THOMAS HAVER. AsiocUU Editor
He has been a resident of this MARSHALL
WYATT Adv. M.n.,,
KURT GRIESSHABER AND
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
County for fifteen years Thisis ALBERT OPOLKA. Mech. Supt.
Important. DAVID HERMANSON. Ore. Director I
The schools are our biggest MRS. LOUISE DAUB Offlc Mr.
public business Their cost re. PETER SHUTTS Cliulflcd Mgr /
quires about seventy.flve per cent Published dally except Monday
and Siturdiy, In the .
.rnoon by
of the taxes collected by the the Collier County Publishing Co, THE PIRATE BROTHERHOOD
County In the long run the Inc., 711 Twlfth, Avenue, South, Na-
Fla, 1)940. Mall addrau P. O.
schools probably have a greater Bin. 1731.T.I.pllon..
.(, Impact on the development of the / Midway 2.2107 for all
County than do all other govern ......rtm.n".
.
mental activities combined. With
Subscription RatatBy
"Perhaps we'd better quit starting off with the manufacturer's suggested retail price" these facts in mind I can and carrier or mall payable In
do heartily endorse Henry advanca.
Watkins, Jr for the School Board, One Yaar Its, Six Month 17.SO.
.
Tare Month S3 75.
Turn .juinicAN UCIIOW .40..1N11. and It is my considered opinion 1
M.mb.r el The Auocleted Press
that we voters and taxpayers are which la antltlad axcluilvaly, to the I '
Not fortunate to have this uta for republication, of all local'
for
Bingo BritanniaMr. young and awn Mama prlntad' In thin ......' aa 5 -.
able man offer his services to u.. wall at all AP nawa di patchaa.Entarad -
William Deedes, u IdnlstorSrith- Opposition point la deriding Tory Brit n aacond tine mattar at
out Portfolio, manifested hlnwelf as ain u a bingo paradise and Marlon N.Flsher, the Pool Offica .t Ntple. Florida, ,
; there is Naples, Florida under Act of March 1, IM7.Here's .
Minister for Leisure .
.tbe ScottishConservatives' .
something In that too (Mr. Deedes did .
conference [recently' ]. not present the bingo statistics). Fur,
Marshalling his statistics to make the the, there Is a political answer to Mr"
1
I An EASY PUZZLE I
Britain of 1M4 seem aa'unmistakable Della, The Government has been slow [
improvement ea fourth-century Athena, to recognize Its tcsponsuMlitles to pro. ':
be overstated his ease a bit In noting vide people with the means of making
that 80,000 people now hunt regularly, the twit use of their leisure. .. :
"including a pack of miners In Wal.."; State patronage for the arts Is still) I Feline Beast I 7lre'a V the An.wrrId
ad though It may be true, u he parsimonious though It has Improved a
claimed,' that 'no nation dances more little In recent a
years local authority
than ".* do, In spite of Mr. Decries and patronage la even more skinflint, and HORIZONTAL VERTICAL d I
big figures most of us will continue to I 1 Depicted Joked
no risk
party can
making debating feline but Oppoied R6 ,t+--
find
things rather gayer abroad points on that one). If outdoor pursuits TItpr.yson 3 Trap
Still, Mr. De des Is undoubtedly on are considered Important for townspeople iNotpre0x/ ) 2 N DUCKING THE BARSHOTS -=--::::: I
to something la noting that we read It Is Inconsistent: to shut the branch 13 Show B Measure of
more, listen to and play more music, lines that take them from the cities to Hateful land n To avoid fighting each other, times such Individual small
crowd Into art galleries, get out and moon and mountains. If making music 13 Orients coin Hervett the Pirates formed organization themselves as unscrupulous amounts ofPlratetreasurehave

bout more, and engage with dedicated la a matter for congratulation, u It WM 15 Ta t 7 S WindS AugmentsGermany called the brotherhood.We characters. Actually,they con- been uncovered.We have lelm-
concentration in a widening range of for Mr. Deedes the tax on River In Film lily10Pedsldif.it 21 Feelings3Fondlea win not attempt to say side red themselves as privateers ed of several authentic finds ,
leisure pursuits, whether gardening or musical Instruments Is hard to defend. It Tr. etb Mentor 44 Atcp that this or that particular Pirate fighting under one particular In I
nipo made In the 1030's.but .
our area
golf or sailing or riding, or mountaineering And We have Withered
so 43
on. arrived at the point ( ,) 11 Wood Overlook Inhabited Gordon Pass or flag,performing i patriotic -
4b list can be extended to an where the quality of leisure la u Impor. 20 Throw back Hebrew Amphithestfrs 48 Pitcher the residents who made the
Imposing tint u its quantity, but no party as yet 22 Exist Isc.lic Ability 49 Also somewhere In Naples, u we duty. find do not wish It publicized.
But ysould this make a political has anything that adds up to a policy 23 Domestic slave 17 Early. Chinese 3(Come 8 I Belongs to him have not yet uncovered any The smart buccaneers did not We have also come across
peach? Because, of course, there Is aa for 1aiaun.-1hc Guardian (London) U Manner *ron" coin 37 Tarry Preposition evidence on the matter. It spend all their lifetimes raid- some authentic treasure cases
20 Saved 42 Sea eagle 8S Virginia (tb.)
27 Act and
Is known that In their smart ing storing treasure. Quite of back where the finder

. Erosion Of Independence 31 monster Hideous I I) 't [) b I 1 0 ') 10 III i Il.2t boats the Pirates continually a few of them had the good l years was swindled out of the

Southeast I'' sailed up and down the coast sense to settle down and enJoy loot in an attempt to convert
(sb,) 11 frequenting every pass or In their riches, usually set- It to cash.
"U you put $100 away In a sock in 1039 ence, and aa a result of the shrinking dollar 30 Symbol forthoron liS K 1 16 nup an import business Many resident dream of

and left it there, that $100 hw shrunk to and the deficit spending attitude of 31 Tellurium ZI let.Perhaps the famous brother of these early racketeers someday finding real treasure

$44.W." ThUa report the Portland, Oregon the government more and more people are dymbol) l I' lO III hood l was that established by actually became gover- of gold or silver, but thereIs

Journal, using U. S. Labor Department looking to Washington for their old age 32 Type ofbutterfly IY U--- I.;) Zit Jose Gasper with headquarterson nors, but we shall refrain to a greater treasure which

figures aa its authority. And this a'1d even for the 'rainy day'. Erosion of 33 Kind of bomb 2 J bN II.U San Tbel or Sanlbel. and name them anyone has access to. This
massive erosion of the dollar's purchasing personal independence can only result ina Verbal ;\ Captlvt Islands with bands Some of the buccaneers had great wealth can be gotten

power haa been the .cause of grave hard- nation growing weaker, not stronger." Unusual -, _- ..". 110 spread down as far as the Ten an army numbering thousands without a monetary Investment
hip to great number of, people =- especially The cheapened dollar has been a major ,39 Roman ii" Thousand Islands and fleets of dozens of ships metal detector salvage equip-

\ the elderly living on fixed incomes cause of the extension of the Welfare 40 emperor Measure of ':" Most of the stories concern- capable of attacking large ment or old map.
who have not shared increased wakes State, with all the destruction and individual clothllUnthrones ? >t N Ing the cruelty and torture committed Spanish fortified settlements This treasure U the one which

and other income. responsibility and independence I \7 by the Pirates seems to However occasionally the Jesus mentioned when he said

Beyond that, the Journal makes this vital that implies. And, despite the Administra 47 State"Smallest(ae) be exaggerated. The brotherhood Spanish military would attack "seek first the Kingdom".
point:. ". the shrinking dollar also tion's avowed optimism, continued deficit 48 Seine 10 "I rd 't'I f6 I'tIt 'i/ l always had organized mediators the buccaneer camps, such u Worth more than literal Goldor

spending threatens what is left of the CO:.':k'I tb d" SO 51 I who would regularlytrade the attack on Vlzcaya on the Silver this knowledge will
erasion SI captives and collect ransom Miami River In 1715. lead
dollar's of one
value. There are plenty danger 83011 5L S1 i )$ to eternal life The
discouragement to savings for Independ- signals on the horizon. Reanimate such as at Port Royal.In In such times the Pirate'shaord treasure map which one win
0a nods I 151 the actual written accounts was hastily burled before have to accurately study Is,
St. Augustine Record 87 Expunge these pirates did not picture they went to combat. At of course, the Holy Bible






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Virainia Belle. /.I(
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p LONDON (AJ>)-Nancy, Lad
r. Astor, the Virginia belle wh 1 h
despised liquor, but loved I
tics so much she became Ur .
::
I first woman to sit In Brltaln'Parliment I ,

woud: have, been died 85 Saturday.on May Sh,| '!I ,
The woman hose acid
riled. countless Britons and SEE WHAT THE
Y lighted countless others durin ;

her Parliament quarter died of at a GrlmsthnrpCastle century I ; FREE This Week GOOD OLE' FASHIONEDCURRIER
;
,, the Lincolnshire home
her daughter, Lady 4 ..VES' NICKEL WILL BUY

northeast The exact of nature London.of her tllneawas I 6 ; DINNER PLATE :

not disclosed, but a
\I her of her household said "ThlIs I I Whit I YOUR
Coupon
1 not a sudden thing, It Is Just : I
i t i old age" S. From Book Ane

ROYAL REX Y-Dutch same"The for situation many weeks has,"been said ha th t y/ + $S., More Purchase : CHOICE !
'
Prince Bernhard, wearing a cap son, Viscount Astor. r.dmm Voluoblt C.up.nmnm
presented to hint by students, The once controversial figurhad Curritr 1 !I..' Din.... I
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.. withdrawn from the publieye tmi lookl Tin su .1.
amok pip after being made l
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t Moll Special' Dinner
,
honorary president/ of the Agrl. since her aptearance on ..!. largaini I Sfwtiolnui I
television Interview 18 monthago '
C'lltural University, at Deventer t. Top Value Stamps at I
.
/ Ye., rrl.ndl', KWIK' cairn
Lady Astor will be burled privately or WINN Dllll,
i ,
Beserk FatherOf In the chapel of the Astotame i iI
at Cliveden In Buckinghamshire .
Three Shoots Cliveden had beethe ----J
scene of many gatherings )
Wife, Kills Self social and political, of leaderIn 5
the British arlstrocracy sn '
CARO, Mich. (AP)-A father others In the years Half Pound Pattllimit !.
of three children shot and killed I World War 11.
himself in his barricaded south Memorial services will b Twe
era Michigan home Friday after held In London and Plymouth.Dates
wounding his wife and a Sheriff have yet to be ana
'* deputy In standing off i nounied.
siege by law enforcement menThe Lady Astor, who was
1 Re .
Pkg.
Tuscola County Sheriff's>
affectionately In Parliament
a 1
Department said Orville Sy Nancy, took her seat In limit four With
bert, 43, an auto plant Inspector House of Commons as repre. $3 tr More OrJ' .r
apparently went berserk tentative of the Sutton division' SAVE 6c
after a family argument over of Plymouth In 1919. She served 1
his spanking of one of the chit until 1945.Sharptongued. ___ _
dren,Christina, 8.
>bert's wife, Laudana, 30, Astor cherished a and number witty,of Lady pet 26 II. Pk,.
earlier was khnt In the arm and I causes. On no subject was she Unit Two With
Salt
Deputy James Barrlnger, 35, so outspoken| as on abstinence 1 Other Purchases
suffered a neck wound. from drinking. She even lee. SAVE 5c
;
lured Josef Stalin for allowing
the sale of vodka In Russia.
She was an ardent feminist,1 8 CM
It'll Be In Our unmen'llessly lashing out at ei. --
those who did not share her; limit Four With
Showroom Soon views. i Other Purchases
In the last months of her life'
SAVE 4c
Thi- All NEW _
she was a virtual recluse ,
Born In Greenwood, Va., Lady !
BarracudaWOO Astor was married twice Her 12L Bottle -l7---
first marriage was to Bostonsixlalite '
Robert Gould Shaw, It Limit Twe With
lasted three years. $3 or More Onto ,
In 1906 she wed WaldorfAstor SAVE lie
grandson of John Jacob! ;
r t Astor of New York. He served _
In the House of Commons until' (
he was elevated to the House of 70CoulltPkC.
0tSIlN lords Lady Astor was elected 1 I, Y"j. Limit Tw* With/
to succeed him. He died In 1952.WISELY"Y
Other Purchase
They had four Ions and a' ..
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taaiiawii frail l.iuRlitcr. One son, J. J. Astor, ( SAVE 5c w' : ati eoI
now represents the Astors the I -

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COUNTY NEWS Sund.y. May i. mi .
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Incumbent UJS. Senator -
lard 1.. Holland la opposed Spes.by f

Bralley Odham. Earl FaJrcloth Rights Bill *i from By RAE WEAR .

and Jame. W, Kynes 2irr .
L are run.
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g: ning for attorney general. Phil- <>1'--
: o lip S. Brewer is running against Election time i near; to "Happy birthday" wu-.ii g

g Edwin L. Mason for the public Says DouglasWASHINGTON be exact In Bonita and all of to Mrs. Fleming and Murray
: 1\: : 5 utilities commission Frank Lee County It will be Tues as they contributed to the birthday -

otd => Schaub, state attorney, II op. AP Sen. the Community bank.
( ) day. May 5th, at
g:; posed Jr. by W.M. (Mickey) Smile Paul H. Douglas D-Ul., told the Han on the Trail, from 7, Mrs. Esther Craig played

By JANE MARTIN :g o ey Three County Commission Senate Saturday It mv be erect. until 7 p.m. The first time, hostess assisted by Miss Drew,
log obstacles to final oft homemade
passage serving cake and
races and two for the School there will be both a Demo-
Q civil rights bill If It
amends coffee. The door
Board cratic prize was
'-' highlight the county por. and a Republican primary
the House version.:
"Bon Voyage" is heard on every side these days. tlon of the Democratic primary He said-paaaed he wasn't arguing that election. awarded to Mrs. Hertha Keith;

One of the first to leave for foreign shores is Mrs. Co ballot. These offices are be- the House blU should be passed Those serving on the board game prizes courtesy of Mrs.
delia Dickie who >ring voted on county.wlde, though wELIZABETH- without change. But he rug are: Clerk, Mrs. Rachel L. Bane Brugge were given to
was guest of honor at a tea Tuesday' candidates are running from dls. gested that before voting on an Wear, Inspectors, Mesdames Mesdames Helen Whitfield

given by Mrs. William" Reynolds.Mrs. tricts.In amendment, the Senate should l Mildred Bullard, Fern Grazes Bernice Ring ling,Opal Car rell,

Dickie sails Friday from Port Everglades foi r missloner District A.C.1,Hancock Incumbent com. consider whether the House and Blanche tiles, and C.A. Frederick Mezger, Armenia
opposes would go along with the change. Frances sheriff. Reilly, Ollle Seller Agnes Wol-
England and a visit to her native London for the first, Cecil Drake Leo R. Chlcker. u
: The Illinois Democrat .
log, William an ardent Cypress Lake Junior High cott, Murray and Poehner.
time In 40 years. Her brother-in-law and sister MI Kenning and B.M. civil rights supporter, led 1
and Mrs. Guy Heermans, will accompany her and aft ei' trlct 3 post. Incumbent Pet. Saturday off Senate debate In at another and their uniforms are muchIn given by delegates, Mrs.Odella

10 weeks abroad they will come back by way of New Doub is in t flve-way race in week of debate meeting on the the controversy eighth the news recently. A Markoff Mrs. Harriette Set-

York and the World's Fair before returning to Fort District 5, along with R.E.Black, which has been pending! large number of Bonltans attend chen and Mrs. Millie Merrill,
C.L.
Carpenter, Fred Edenfleld, for 46 sessions school there dally of who attended the Florida State
Lauderdale. and
Ewell F. Moore. Leaders expect the first vote, which 16 are In the band. Uniforms Library[ Convention In West

After 16 years with Cattle's, Mrs. Dickie Is retiring I trlct School 2 are Board Emolee candidates in Dls. on an amendment next week,, are their main objective, Palm Beach, at the April meetIng -

and plans to live In Fort Lauderdale where Mr and Mrs Lillian C, Miller, and S.Les Barrett Whit. i probably on Wednesday.It and to this end, parents and I of the board of directors In
aker. Democrats took 23 minutes to assemblethe i organizations are doing all the Library Building Monday
Heermans make their home. running in Dls.
required 51 senators
trlct 4 are C.J. for a' within their power to help. afternoon
General and Mrs. Frank Meade will be gone from I B. Watkins Jr. Copley and Henry the quorum to conduct business on 1 Therefore, the public is Books are constantly being

the local scene for four months. They leave Monday for| Sheriff E.A. Doug Hendry is day of capital's this week.first bright sunny Invited to a shrimp supper In donated by friends< and well

Washington, D. C., where their son-in-law and daughter,, opposed &tjy E.F. Frltchey. Wai. Douglas said the Senate leadership their school cafetorlum on f rl- wishers. In addition to periodic -
her R. Condon and William G. should | day May 8, beginning at five purchases. The latest donations -
Col. and Mrs. Robert Kadel and family live. After few get assurances
Crowley
are running for prose. from House leaders that and lasting until? For a donation are from Dr. and Mrs.
days in New York City the end of the month they sailJune Peace cutlng attorney. Justice of the H. ZEPPENFELD Senate amendment will any 1 be, of 11.25 for adults and I William Backus from Toledo

2nd for Bremerhaven. There they pick up a Volkswagen Iged by O.W.Nash Hancock Lloyd and is Uel challen. agreed to by the House. 75 cents for children. That e Ohio, and Mrs. I, A. Baysa
My. "I would Ilketo have the be : menu will consist of steamed former Bonita resident.
which they will use for a leisurely tour of Germany ., ers. There also are two con. bill "
tests for constables in the EngagementZeppenfeld possible, he said. "But the i shrimp, baked beans, cole A book "Florida Insects"was
the Bavarian Alps and Austria. J.P. choices
court. Kenath M. Fether we have in the real i slaw, dessert coffee or tea. brought back from(the Con-

The Meades plan to headquarter in Heidelberg I, pose. Earl Taylor In one race.op. world Douglas are sometimes said cruel." vention, as wen u sample plas

Berchtesgaden, Garmisch, and Wiesbaden and make and S.J. Weblne and Ronald OliverMr. for getting any a kind major of pitfall bill; HOME FOR SUMMER tic-covered book, which will

short trips from these towns. other Rimes are candidates In the passed-If the Senate tacks on Leading the college groopwho shortly replace paperback
amendments-was the chairman| have returned for the sum- books, and of course will add

LOVE LIVING NEAR WATER and Mrs Victor H. Zep. late Mr. Parker, and Mrs. Emil of the House Rules Committee,'\ mer are Miss Shirley Hogue to their life by many months.

Miss Florence Ely Hunn and Miss Mabel 1\11 nfeld of ClaytonMo.announce Zeppenfeld and the late Mr. Zep. Rep. Howard W. Smith, D-Va. 'to the home of her parents, Favorable comments were
Elizabeth ovies .. t tHOLLYWOO' e engagement of their daughter, penfeld.Mr. He said Smith was an avowed l the' John Hogues on Pullen Ave recorded as coming from Shirley
Warren leave the end of the week for Fennville, Mich. Izabeth Helen Zeppenfeld, to Cooper OUver is a gra. opponent of the civil rights bill, nue I and Miss Anne Koss, Hogue and Harvey CavLn-

Miss Hunn also has plans for Europe, but won't complete D (AP) Eating Cc per Oliver, son of Mr. and duate of St. George's School, had delayed the 1957 act consid. ,i daughter of Prof and Mrs. der on the value they have recently
them until she north. breakfast with a lion-. real Mi rs.Joseph Wood Oliver of Pitts Newport, R.I. and is a studentat erably, and could t be expected to ,Harry; Koss on Hickory Boulevard derived from reference
gets one-can give you an inferiority b rgh, Penn. Rollins College, Winter Park do the same again. both
; are students at the material available in localIlbroary.
Miss Hunn is an interior decorator and Miss Warrena complex. The bride-elect it a graduate Fla. He is the grandson of the Before Douglas started speak. >I University of Florida af.atrrvllle. our
physio-therapist. They both love living the Especially, when you learn > Mary Institute and is now at. late Mr.and Mrs. Otis W, Pick! Ing, Majority L der Mike Circulation for the
near water> this 500-pound beast, only 7 to idlng Rollins College at Winter rell of Louisville, Ky., and of! Mansfield, D.Mont., got unanl. ,,-.--- --- -. month of March was report
and since their retirement spend six months In AqualaneShores years old, earns $73,000 a year. ?ark> Fla. Her sorority is Chi Mrs. Augustus K. Oliver and the moue consent to put aside the ocvciny two eueitucu u.a ed as 1119.

on a waterway and six months in Fennville which It was Tony Randall' idea. On\ega. She Is the granddaughter late Mr. Oliver of Pittsburgh 1r! civil rights measure to permit monthly meeting of the Republican The grounds and build-
if on Lake Michioan. "1 want you to meet the star of Mrs. Frank Parker and the Penn. passage of 26 minor bills. Most Club of Bonita Springs Mon Ing chairman, M 'artheFul.
nf our ntcfurn.*' Said Randall.- M. of them dealt with private day night, which was preceded ler, reported on estimatesfor
Mr, and Mrs. Howard Dingle left earlier than usual| ''Shirle Jonea and i are just claims or mmigration cases, by a covered dish supper. both palm and painting of

this year for their home In Cleveland, Ohio. They had j j costars. This is the first time I 0000000000000000000000000 minutes.and the action took only a few President Clint Mosbach, who the building, whlji: was accepted

to, have time for refused to fight over billing." r? Is also committeeman for theo and work will in
to prepare their trip to England. They Zamba With some senators absent begin a
as friendly a lion as t the 13th precinct
fly to London for the wedding May 11 th of their son J one America will ever meet, was broughtto ROUND TOWN attend Louisville the and Kentucky others Derby at get out the vote ,on urged May all 5th.to few A days."thank you" was extended
anxious
when only 4 weeks
Celia
David to Drayson. David and Miss Drayson were I to He named the following u -
,old. He was found on the banksof Jfl watch the traditional race on sponsors to Mrs. Fuller for playIng -
(Continued on pace 7) the Zambesi River in Rhode. television, leaders expected to ;; Mesdames Charles Ba- host to library board and
ala, Africa. Hence his name. By CHARLOTTE DURNO MI 2-6697 hold an abbreviated session chant, Charles Busch,DP Mil library assistants at a break-

Zamba is the star of the moI 0000 moeeeeeOOOOOOonnnnnnna The Senate recessed Friday ler and Carl Clemens Losee fast at her home this week.
I vie "Fluffy." It's the title role - at 6:13 p.m., Its earliest week Ferris, B.C. Hicks, Clarence Those attending the board
but not his first starring part. Everyday it looks like it' Heard this week that Mrs. day quitting time since March, Pope, William Volght and G.P. meeting were Mesdames Mark-
going to and then Itdoesn'tlWe'retalking .
couple of years ago, 20th Cen. Lynn Wheeler of Eighth Streett 26. Wenne me r. Other names will t off. Setchell.
took him back to A!. about rain, of course. It South is in the Naples Hospi. Senate oratory often diminishes be added for the general election Merrill Wendy
to star in "The Lion" would be Just our luck If ref a. tal having some tests taken.Hope once a Ume for voting is set,1 In Welsh. Virginia Clark Rae
BOOKSIn Trainer Ralph Heifer assured tlves drop In now and rain wouldfall :I to see her up and around and and an Informal agreement t fl. The November. Wear Miss Virginia Middleton -
I the lion was so friendly that for two weeks.l back home soon nally was announced for the sponsors will be responsible and Wallace Craig
would eat right off a hand. Mr. and Mrs..L.M.Thompson ", :, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram McGill first test votes on amendment for a certain number of .
A Jewish press agent chimed ,of Miami left this week after of Eight Street, South, attendedn The party leaders, Democrat i voters and club: menjhees, IL- \ ,. nA
: "It's a kosher lion. U won't spending the winter months o the 15th annual, Old Pioneer'smeeting Mike Mansfield of Montana an them"of meetings as 'STANI 1
SONG & STORY SHOP dwell
I fat Bacon for breakfast" That 'Ninth Street, South. in Fort Myers last week. Republican Everett M. Dlrkseo n u elections and also offering -
was encouraging. Also on the exodus list are a The get-together Is sponsored by Illinois, advised their col. transportation and other

659 5th Av. So. MI 2-2520 HeUer brought the lion to our ;Lea and Melba Bates They left t the Lee County Bank and is heldn leagues to expect these next information whenever necessary Home Products
on for
Tuesday their home l
at the
table. Exhibition Hall.Anyonethaty Wednesday. Sen. Richard B. .
r \ r:: Heifer told us not to worry Toronto. Lea had planned to fiJ Is a 50.year resident of Lee Russell, D.Ga., the Southern Check On Our
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<"" ; Grace Lake, n...In. about a sound the lion kept t their plane home and then r e>. County is eligible to become a leader, agreed that as things Spring Special For
; t turn to drive Melba, but bad I WOMAN'S CLUB
:11( member The McGllls
: i making as we fed him pieces of. enjoyed now stand his forces would per. CLEANING A
.' "; raw meat. It sounded like t weather Interceded so Lea will:I seeing old friends and meeting mil voting to begin on that day. Vice-President Miss Peggy MOTHPROOFINGContact
J speedboat taking off. I return later to fly home the t new ones.n The nature of the first vote Poehner presided at the weekly
"It's Just like a friendly )plane. Lea and Melba have Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bass spent also was revealed. Sen. Thrus. meeting of the Bonita Springs
1. WI purr," said Heifer. spending; the winter months heretor I last weekend in Fort Myers visit. ton B. Morton, R-Ky., did this Woman's Club Tuesday night, HEDY HUNTERMI
Then, as an afterthought, 14 years and we must cofeat n. ing with Mary's mother, Mrs. by calling up a new jury trial when a hearty welcome was extended 25S43EXCLUSIVE
. > WIRE while I war handing Zamba a it klnda makes us sad to see t Maude Taylor. While there they amendment as the pending bust those members who had
piece of them leave I IMr. motored to Cape Coral and took ness. Under Senate .
meat, Heifer added: rules, it cannot been absent for a time; Mrs.
FLOWERS "Don't and Mrs. R.H. Reeder ol advantage of the new be
pull your hand back bridge that displaced without the Edythe
McLaughlin
F fa st." Bradenton have been guests lora has recently been built. Maryn Kentucklan's consent. Mrs.
I asked why week at the home of their so I broke her thumb at the school Morton's proposal Is are. Frankie Frederick and the .f *
S Anywhere! "It do," and daughter-!n-IawMr.and Mrs i. last week and has been somewhat 'I Ih duced version of the trial.man.lm..t Misses Marie Rowan and Hazel AT R&R
you Jury
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answered the .t..... .......... Drew
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trainer, "you'll have to learn t trite to, I'IlIIm"treln OOUtn.,, uncomiortaoie since. For one -... ......, ... u. !>an'" .U.c."' ." "''".
'II with your left hand" thing the doctor gave instructionsnot Talmadge, D-Ga., for which the t Mrs.Jessie Fleming was pianist Our SpecialIndividuality
FOR BESTCHOICE LET'S' MOVE to get the thumb wet. so Southerners have been battling. for the opening and clos-
Looks like we've pretty well 1 Mary Is still wondering how to ng. t
Helen burton covered Ninth Street so let'smove i I take a bath and not get the thumb As It came from the House, Secretary Mrs. Beatrice in. ,
new over to Ninth AvenueSouth.,, well It's really amazing how much the pending bill contained no 1,
Murray gave the minutes of &
ORDER summer Mr and Mrs. Ralph Turner of I trouble such a little member of Jury trial provision for criminal the .
; previous
pw'J hours that street had their daughter and.on.ln.law I your body can make. Seriously, contempt cases growing out of meeting while GIFTS
Mrs.
closing Mrs. Dick Wallace i we hope that Mary won't have to antidiscrimination Injunctions Carolyn Mezger presented
EARLYI and Mr. Wallace of Danville!.,, worry with that old thumb much which might be obtained under the treasurer's report Accessories

Wednesdayand as their visitors for two weeks. longer the bill. Announcement was made that Antiques

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Leigh and I I'm firmly convinced that the The Talmadge amendment the group will enter a car In
Saturday David spent last weekend In Lees- women in Naples never stay would guarantee Jury trials i In| the annual Fourth of July pa.rode. -
at burg, Fla., visiting with their 1 hornet As a matter-of-fact I think all criminal contempt cases, INTERIORSFurniture
*, 1 p.m. daughter and son-tn-law, Mrs I would get better results if I whether arising under the bill Communications were read
third street south naples James Davis and Mr.Davis.They should call husbands for news or any other law, except for from President Ethel Bennetton
beach patio also motored to St.Augustine and See you around town. those committed In the presenceof vacation In Indiana and from Upholstering
toured
through that city the judge.Morton's Past President Mrs.Rose Mas- Draperies

amendment would charle in
Heart Attack Deaths give the Sandusky, Ohio.
same guarantee except CarpetingRt
Mrs Helen whitfield
Each year, approximately that It would be limited to cases year's bazaar chairman, this
(60,000 men die arising out of the bill. gavea
Bay it wilt \ Come In in the United States prematurely of heart The Kentucky senator's move brief report and stated her
I Flowen byWlre attacks associated with had the effect of shoving aside concession chairman would be
cigarette
temporarily a Mansfield Dlrk. named at the next
smoking. The death meeting. 1SC1Jlle.t
rate from this cause is sen 'substitute offered for the The May meeting of the board
ap
And Take Talmadge amendment of directors
proximately equal to the estimated will be held on .
number of men who This substitute would provide Monday at one-thirty, when all :'"J rr il'"h1
die prematurely of all other i for jury trials In criminal con. board members are urged to

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===- ::: -=.:: ==-=-=-= == ;Sunday, May 3, 1961 COLLIER COfXTT M..sY S 7 6

Toss a Pretty Political Hat in Ring .
THE NAPLES :.. : : "i' j ,

By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON "-' .. I
AP Fashion Writer Everglades ]U e:

Notebook NEW YORK (AP) Ladiea are tossing their hats into E: '

the political ring this year. They are jamming them into BY' Juanlta Weldon (< ..

suitcases and heading for the huslln,.. ,.> mm
(Coeuae.e 'rota .... I) The grade four "oldrtmers" LL lda Garrett %
Thia .is great for women and possibly politics. Bui it classjent
ia hard on hats That is, III ordinarily.This an a field trip to Marco Beach Judy Ballard Hazel I
R k Friday. They left the school ((oleos Angle Hancock and gr
here early in April so met many of the Dingle' Naples year the millinery industry about 9 .m. on the school ,.) 'tnewcomen' Marlyrjo
U she
right on top of things, particulirly On the way to victory can ancg
friends. Following their wedding trip the young couplewill the heads of barnstorming change her mood according to her bus with Foy Ballance driving +eete/TSrenda McDowen

live In New York City. duuffer, with tossable, conscience being either. beguiling Several mothers followed In Dolores Hamilton. theUC I g
packable, vote-gimcrint chap- and feminine aa a brideat cars to act as chaperones on The Beta Club cancelled
Another wedding In the new. This one took placein eaux. breakfast or as candid and the beach It was an overcast trip to the convention In Jacksonville
Naples end the bride and bridegroom came from Den- Or is it the other way around erudite. aa an electronic brain. day with hugh waves beating this weekend due to
mark for the occasion. Eking a practical lot, have we but a whole, lot more elegant. against> women been waiting all this time Actually these hats win any took some children: out In the Beta Club fund Is to be
Saturday (yesterday) Carol Lesson and Poul Erik for the kind of hits that could woman's vote. They are lust) as to play In the hlgb waves while kept and used next year. ate

Christensen were married at five o'clock with the bride's tike ouch punishment before paikabl and wearable to a nonpartisan others stayed along the shoreline Mr and Mrs. Paul CookiQ\
carelessly flinging them into (hit the Iran
on to or
parents, Mr and Mrs. Charles T. letson, as their attend brutal arena? Pakistan. They are way lust ia flattering along Still others walk- have returned from their tripto

ants. Following the ceremony, the Letsons entertained at Whichever way, it 1 ia hits, to a lower case aoiial ed sands looking for Virginia. nj
small women history everything, except party girl aa to a Republican or sheUs.
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a reception.The perhaps few men, is ready Democratic Party girl I wu one 0(the) swimmers, NEW "PAPER BOY"
bride spent the last year as a governess in for females to take to the Hump. In fact any woman ii cure to therefore getting Inonthe shell Ruth Fussell has given upne
Copenhagen where Mr. Christensen was associated with Thus the pretty partisan is campaign for more of these chapeaux hunt a link lax However the deUvery of the ColllerCoun-g r
now able to cram into a small that unstl fifthly consumeno DaUyNewsFortt.tyersNeWs
1 found several beautiful ones ty
Oliemillon. When arrived in New York (y
they Mr. Chris-
bag not only one or two, but a baggage room yet bounce also. The rough seas had beat Press and Tampa Tribune and0'
tensen for the first time, the Letsons were at the pier to huge hat wardrobe to see her dutifully into shape! the moment the route has been taken oveftJ
Y and of the shells to pieces,
TE\ //US n 4 st'/TC 45E : nt tgouns, kit dressedand I smoke-filled en many
through ,
greet them. Mr. and Mrs. Christensen plan to live in other mrrfir< ton' on 6. fa, *, J in a bag null (Anummer'i I coffee klatsches. tlOOplate caucuses. they that are they needed.do away Their with platformia hat but brought a good selection to by Mrs. Birdie Mae Potter

the United States. rravel-pmo f, tors-pn''f Aal. dinners and convention chaos all hotel, and are the salvation of everyone looking for them. Sev- Persons Interested In haw a
Mr end Mrs. Letson the way up to the time she flashes any woman on the go. eral children were attracted to ing these papers delivered may I
are leaving Naples soon to
a victorious smile for the clamoring And what, woman isn't on the the coquinas burying themsel contact Birdie Mae by cantntHOxford
spend the summer months In Madison, Conn. press go, whatever her politics'' Yes Into the sand after each 5-2234.
wave uncovered them After Word has been received tha\;,(,
ANNOUNCE NEW ARRIVAL lunch the group, started back Curtis Smallwood. now staitemed -W
Mr. and Mrs. David Mitchell (Helen. Watkins) an- and were thrilled over seeingthe In Washington, has re} "'\

nounce the birth of a son on April 26th. The Mitchells, 41 "Good Year" blimp sailing covered from pneumonia ante

who live in Oxford N. C., also have a daughter, Elizabeth, v >' alongside the highway. For has been releasedfromthehos6bPltaU
15kr many, this was a "first". The ;tul
four years old. The children's grandparents are Mr. and group stopped at Big Cypress Jimmie Thompson was ho-

Mrs. S. J. Watkins, Central Avenue. Bend Camp to see the many different tiered with a party on Ms elghtr w

The Watkins' son William, with Mrs. Watkins and animals there rab- birthday last Thursday}

their baby, are moving to Naples this week from Coral bits, a others.fawn, a peacock and several Friends were helping Tommy Jlmmle Tye celebrate Bon-vo-

Gables. They will live at tha Blue Martin Apartments Everyone Is happy to have the Weeks Jeanie, Lynn Julie ,

and William will be associated with the Mackle Company vd Mrs. Sidney Smith back home and Jeff Davidson. CUrtIS! *

Mr and Mrs. Loren Dodson are among those who ,' from the hospital and once again Weeks Peter lies, David Bal-
at her Job In the post office. lard, Jeanie and Robert Robinson -
have left and will be away until fall. They are at their Bill and Kip lies, Eugeneand '

home in Old Lyme, Conn. BEST WISHES Terry Browning and JefTW

Others Include Mr and Mrs. Robert G. Frazer They Mamie Ozmer recently purchased Weldon. Refreshments ofiv\\

left Friday and go first to New York City before opening the Weeks house on Ca- punch, cake and Jello weraur-dt
ved. Favors of model airplane!
mlllla Street and has been
their and Rehoboth Beech Del.
"Sports Specialties" in ,
were each
working very hard getting the given to guest upon
Mr. and Mrs. William Iten left Saturday and have place ready for the big movIng their arrivaL t e

Interesting plans for the months ahead. First they will day which was .
Thursday.We
SILL YOU VOTE fOR THESE HITS* From left is a revertible/ itttched beige feather flc"Ial can be ,ti,Pied tn a rltannf purtr.an Goldwater Loses JJ Z
visit their Mrs. Jordan C. Kern In Oakland hope she enjoys her new
)
daughter
relruted
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overtired silk dot halo beret that folds ai flat at a pancake; a upple straw tlocKt stitched la map back into shape unce house and welcome her
we as
N. J. and spend a few days at the World's Fair before from any tramped; spare; and a areas", revertible orange cotton velveteen hat in a cone inapc with a pink fining a home owner In our communIty Temper At Atlanta*

going to their home In Clinton, la. ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Sen.

In June and July the (tens will take a trip to Banff, Last weekend the Eric Wel- Barry Goldwater shoved away a>.
Mother Reunited African Glamor newsman' microphone upon his l
Vancouver B. C. and Alaska which includes Magazine dons had a very pleasant surprise -
Skagway,. arrival at an airport here Friot
a nine-day cruise by inland waterway. The month of With 3 Children as a car pulled Into the .day night, and said "Get thiLl|)
driveway and"Granny"goeout. "
August they will be at Fence lake; Minocqua, Wise., then From Iron Curtain Eric's mother, Marjorie Allen, damn lie told thing the out newsmen of here he didn't1-1

back to Clinton before returning to the Bahama Clubin CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) AWA for Black BeautiesBy and grandson Michael Weldon want the microphone stuck In

late October or early November. -Three children have returned spent the weekend, returning his fare. He spoke earlier H
from behind Russla'a Iron Cur. ANDREW BOROV.1ECBlack that, she aaya. AWA wants togive to their home InTampa Columbus, Ga.
Mrs. R. E. leaves Miami to to
fly
Today Boylan
tain and stepped Into the wait the African woman her on Monday Then he told the crowd: of aev.
Bradford, Pa. Her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs. Ing arms of their mother at the DAKAR, Senegal I (AP) beauties amile from conscloussness.Themagatlne Lob Smith advisor to the eral hundred who greeted him
AI Smart Johnston have; closed | Chattanooga airport. includea articles basketball cheerleaders announced at an airport in nearby Dekalb
,their,7J.ohnstofoff9tt, ', the glossy pages and the verses of poets hail the that he and
County was
about women'a sorry,
at emancipation
have a doe our
"Do
we
the cheerleaders for
Ida" and will be off the first of the week' by'molof'forNew house?" Wanda Dutianlcz, 9, African woman. movee.adviaea how to dress in a little tired. H* said he had not

York. City and Bradford. asked her mother, Mary Louise From the newsstands of f Dakar, Senegal'a capital, good taste, how to be a good next season There will be expected. ao many.. ia_great him.

J I AndMr, and Mrs. K. W. Huff Me leave tomorrowv Dulkanlcz, when the three ar. women 'In/ gauze-like nal ional "costumes ;nd' tithtversea aecretary, haw fa' be 'always on -
rived Friday. !Parisian dresses are buying Ihe'new time.
for Bronxville, N. Y. They will be back In October. Wanda, her brother, Joseph, magazine of Africa's femme "! 8, and sister, Elizabeth, 11, had world "AWA." her heel are never too high, she
TALKING GOLF not seen their mother since "AWA" in ouloff! Senegal's praising their beauty. dresses neatly and in good (ante,
Plenty of golf talk this week at the T. K. Montgomerys Mrs. Dutkanlct quietly left her main dialect means Eve. Except And both there by African ire many and on ill European pages, says one illustrated article in a
defector husband and returnedthe for the tale, the richly Illustrated recent Issue of AWA
with their Mr. and Mrs. Ken Dimond. Mrs. poets
guests United States two years ago. 40-page magazine is "Aida doesn't know the difference .
Montgomery is the brand new Beach Club champion and Mrs. Dutkanlcz said her hus. printed In French. "Let's ficeit we are pretty. between dressing for Sunday
band 14 is reported "We were a Senegalese says Madame N'Diaye toying work and for a party Kings,
Joseph, group
Ohio
Mrs. Dimond is well known in amateur golfing with a gold earring. She wore alone
bracelets necklaces
She in earrings
dead by Soviet authorities. girls studying Paris. says
circles. She is active member of the Greater Cincin- colorful "P" "'" and her Aida these unfortunate
an said he tricked her into Russia Aminata N'Diaye, one of the multiplies
nati Golfers' Council. She has won her share of honorsin four years ago, a few days be. editor "After returning to sand small sie feet. were shod in golden accumulations of had taste" MOM May
fore he was to be discharged Dakar we felt we should do Oddly enough, some Africanmen ]
Metropolitan, Tri-State and Trl-City tournaments In the "Our magazine, she aye, greeted the of
from the Army Signal Corps. something to help the Africawomen. appearance
area. And she has many times been champion of the The mother, a native of Marion ." "ia coordination meant to of be the an instrument activities of of AWA with rnthuaiam surpassingthat C] 1{ 10th
Kenwood Club. Ohio, said her husband's The result is a magazine that of women.
Country women who knew nothing about
Wrote Maine N'Oior ( ),
parents were trapped in Russiaat blends the sophistication ot the a man
The Montgomerys switched from golf to introduce the end of World War n. She French education with recipes one another and were wilting "Messenger of the black woman

shelling, another hobby of theirs, to other recent guests, said ber husband was not fond and advice to women in the their Hort.. "You are hope and light
"Until now, our problem were "0 AWA, You incarnate fem
of life In Russia and speculatedthat African bush.
Mr and Mrs. John Albert Montgomery III. Mr. Montgomery dealt with by persona who know ininity
his real reason for defect. The magazine is said to be
(CJ. AJ) is the director of educational T.V, for tog was to be near his parents. written and put together entirelyby ua"the lean of all men.AWA" ." "Which la ao indispensable to

the Des Moines school system. He returned to Iowa with Soviet officials were vague African women ,except for wants to change: all the woman. .. ." -.r Y

and much information on Naples and about Dutkanicz's death, saying ',lltI'"l1I1III1I1IIIIIIII1III.I1III11'IIII""
many specimens he was found unconscious one
Florida West Coast shelling. He plans to incorporate this night and died a few days later. DEATHSOMAHA

material into a special program for the Des Moines schools. "He might have been shot Neb. (AP) Manu. you are cordially
trying to escape" Mrs. Out. facturer Allan C. Scott, 81, who
kanlcz said, pointing out that was credited with developmentof
Dr. Edward SwensonTo tlonal Tuberculosis Association the Soviet-Polish border la near a parachute which enabledmen invited to the. .
through its medical section, the the home of her husband's fa* to ball out of airplanes, ,
Fill Xmas Seal American Thoracic Society. ther. died Friday Scott's Idea in 1918, '
Mrs. Dutkanlcz said when still used, was a smaller pilot
Chair At U. Of F. Crosby Has she left Russia, the U.s. Embaa.ay chute that pulled out the main
advised her to do ao quietly chute. I1t4'Ii
Dr. Edward *. Bwenson has
been appointed to the faculty of 60th Birthday and alone, then try to get the NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (CAP) t :
the University of Florida CoU HOLLYWOOD (AP) Berne children out later. She Is now aclerk.typtst -Federal Judge Gregory F,
leg of Medicine to occupy the Crosby was 80 yesterday.For here for the Tennea. Noonan, 58, who presided at the D
Christmas Seal Associations' a wtille there, It looked see Valley Authority. 1953 treason trial of ....ArmySrI.
Chair In Pulmonary Diseases, it aa U "The Old Groaner" might John David Provoo, died
has been announced by the col. be 88. Or possibly 83 or 81. When.. you ptr-boit potatoes Friday of a heart attack. Provoo
let and the Florida Tuberculo. Confusion about Btng's birth. and carrots before idding the was convicted of aiding with the
ala and Health Association. Dr. date originated more than a vegetables to the pan in which Japanese but the decision later
Cwenaon'a appointment will be. decade ago. Later the famed nest is roasting, save the liquid was reversed. Noonan was a at BONITA SPRINGS on U.S. 41
come effective July I, 1864. singer cleared up the matter end use in making the meat federal judge In southern New
The Chair In Pulmonary Dla.eaaea himself. Said Blocs gravy. York for 15 'eara.
waa established through a "I was born on May 2, 1904, The Only Therapeutic Spa In the area
grant from the Florida Tubercu. In Tacoma, Washington. I've --RJ" lf .LI I 11[ 'h
'ball and Health Association, like to take toe, but 1904 ia the i I II
which has a chapter b.nln Collier one 1 waa stuck with."
County. Financial support of In 1981, at 51, he became a to the. I
this faculty poalllonwill be .har. father for the sixth time when Thrill MOTHER come 1 -
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COUNTY NEWS Sunday, May i, 198 1 I, now Soviet or Sovlet.controlled.: Council AgendaThe Paving of 5th Ave. Parkway
ECONOMIC The Chinese between 9th and 10th Sts.
that MOST 8. -Old business.
long ago complained
cow was more generous In aid agenda for City COW1cll's a. Initial Resolution for
Five Distinct Problems to anti-Communist regime*- 9 ajn. Wednesday meetIng paving of 2nd St. between

I like India and Egypt-than to 6th Ave. S. and Central Ave.i
China. l.-Call to order and invocation b. Participation In coordi-

MILITARY-Clearly the Red for

Keep Moscow, PekinaADart< i lack Chinese of have Soviet been enthusiasm enraged over fort .nL if t + rr previous 2. --Reading meeting.of minutes of beach nated groin erosion program protection,

..11 FnonsenaTto Peking's membership in the nu. 3.--Presentation of certificate Moorings Beach.
WILLIAM L. IY ArC contend lh1SCow for
Permanent permit
By
c.
club. The Soviets
to i clear weapons of appreciation and resolution -
I Correspondent was striving cape
Special
AP Store sign
; have withheld help to China Hartley Variety
"ftom the Red It li Laura James.
to Mrs.
Five distinct vlolerilo JjWuenta camp. | development of nuclear d. Resolution No. 1055 can'firming
= n "striving," perhaps but thli.in
-not Just one 'separateoMoscow r 4. -Reports:
1 Res. No. 1053 re
weapons
and Peking fctfJA'andCommunists { remark indicated Moscov a. Building Code Revis-
NATIONAL INTERESTS l
paving of 7th Street from 11th
seem toM losing might feel forced eventually ti ion Committee.
take This stem from Chinese ambU Ave. SoM to Broad Avenue So.
the
their world edU step.Andropov
r ape of keeping b. and Planning
Zoning
dons In Asia, primarily. A short
in the lameIpelCh 9.-New business.
flee from cracking apart.
.
unveiled ,. time ago, Moscow accused Pet.t Board: 1
attempt by Com "Maotzetung a. Radio communicationsfor
Desperate lug of trying to read the ((1)) Request by Council to
munlst leaders Inside and out. ism" as a sin, while accuslni certain public works ve- j
USSR out of Asia. review all home -
occupational
Mao of trying to seize comm
side the Red bloc to produce a hides i
obstacles raisedby nlsm'. world leadership."In At a meeting In Indonesia In reference to '
trace ran Into ASlan-Afrl b. Resolution of appreciation
.. considering a new
Ideological, territorial, economic the struggle for hegemony < zoning.
military and national ," said Andropov, "t h, can conference, the Chinese op (2)) Application from E.E. to Collier Development

Interest, clashes dividing the Chinese leaders are Increasingly .posed an invitation to the It So.lai MARKING its fifth annnersary, Burdette Advertising, Inc. has announced Bailey\ 1111 6th St. S. Corp. for donation of Bay ;'
grounds Park.
on Front
.viet
two giants and openly replacing Leninism Union plans for its own office building at 2140 Broadway, Fort Myers, oppositethe re city license (Home Occupation of \

Any one of these arguments their tuning with that Maotzetungism Maotzetunflsm, main It.i not an .,Asian nation despite vast recently opened Fussel paint stoie. A solar scioen front wall 18'x 18' ) for real estate c. fence Expiration permit temporary at Lake

would relations.be enough The existence to abrade of all the chief element whlU LeninIsm .Siberian and central Asian terrl and driveway arch distinguish the 1300 sq ft. single-story L-shaped structure broker; Zone "E" Single Park School May 15, 1964.

at one time appears to make is secondary. Chinese prop,.. torles.t Parking is planned behind the building on the 54' x 80' lot. Com Family District. d. Discussion of Recreation '
nothe division unbridgeable The,, agenda openly maintains tha The Soviet press then accused build pletion of the office is planed for October. Foimeily from Cleveland, (3)) Interpretation as to Board policy on use of !
Mao Tzetung's ideas are i a the Chinese of trying to Ohio Buidette left his of Coral in uses permitted In "J" Business
final break seems to be getting strictly Chinese bloc of "the post as Advertising Manager Cape April new building '
4 earer. higher incarnation of Marxism. national a liberation movement," 1959 to launch the advertising agency under the name of B & B Promotion District re apartment e. Report on progress of
Leninism"What
bre(, : Basically Peking fights what a Communist term describingrevoluUonary Service The film incorporated last August and now has four employeeswith building capital Improvement pro-
pro-Chinese Communists have are Moscow and Peklni ((4)) Application for city license \
movements which a branch office in Naples. The Naples branch is manned Ed
to "Khrushchevlsm," fighting about? These, In brief,' oy (beverage) by Clarence gram.
M4n wcome dubious tribute to Soviet are the principal arguments can be Infiltrated.leaders want the Waller, formerly advertising manager of the Collier County News. A. Davis d/b/a Sugar t. Appointments to Zoning j
"The Peking
IDEOLOGICAL-This has tw<, --- and Planning Board
lWPremler Khrushchev Not to be new bloc to follow the Chinese N' Spice Rest at 937 -
outdone, Moscow has paid a aspects. One concerns world I line In world politics," the state. posed of military leaders, has 4th Ave. S. Type: Beer g. .Correspondence
similar left-handed compliment Communist policy the other thi,, ment said. "They assume the Brazil Strides virtually faded away after ful. i Wine COP, Zone "J" 10. -Adjourn.
...lo Chinese leader Mao T&I.tunrtt Internal ruled countries.development of Red. role of the leading center which Making filling its announced role of pre Business District.
oy> inventing a new sin"Mesa will Issue Instructions to young venting partisan squabblingfrom
((5)) Application No. 64 from
Peking says Khrushchevlsra
tzetunglsm. putting Brazil back to the Navy Warns Of
... Palmlro Togllattl, chief of the sells world revolution down th<. developing countries prerevolutlon level. Jane C. Ha Idle (Mrs. Allison
itallan Communist party whichis river by lack of aggressive su P Toward Correcting IllsRIO Little resistance to the new W) d/b/a The Sea Horse Unusual Objects
1 the most influential outside port to violent uprisings against|; Texas Tornado regime has appeared. Only one Apts. re rezoning of Lots
the bloc, has been begging Mos. established regimes, especially Important Independent newspa. 4 thru 12 Incl. Block 15, Found On BeachJACKSONVILLE .
DE JANEIRO AP) A
Of ( tlon temporarily freezing priceson
bgCow to "avoid the method in underdeveloped countries Blows Out per Correio d Manha has Tier 2, from "D" Single I
; nonth Brazil was teetering Cuanabara (AP-Watch
Khrushchev Is ago many products.
pictured at I
n9of summary Ixcommunlcatlon"lIiNhlch cringing before UJS. nuclearmight Hospital Room <>n the brink of economic dl....:State says food prices, for the consistently opposed It. Themost family District to"G"Mul- out for unusual military objectson t
he says was a mistake Important extreme leftist
and the possibility at 1 t er and a possible takeover by first time In years, showed a tiple Dwelling District. the beach, the Navy warned ,
,"when Stalin expelled the Yugo general war. TEMPLE, Tex. (AP-"Sud. ommunlst elements Today it slight decline over the SCWay() paper, Ultima Hora, has offered ((6)) Discussion re. elimination today. i r
from the Red family InIUI848. only token resistance.Appeals .
auslavs. Togllattl told his Central The Chinese also resent Khru." denly, we found" ourselves in I s making strides toward whip.period. of guest houses. Rear Adm. Robert G old. 't
schev's criticisms of their Inter.' the hallway, said Dr. ThomasDenson ping Its tangled web of prob. The government has moved to ((7)) Representation from this thwalte, commander of Fleet ,
recently that how.
Committee;;ever annoying it might be, thegMoscow.Peking nal development Khrushchev,: who with two patients 1 ems. follow up Its Initial advantages Agenda board to attend annual zonIng Air Jacksonville, said each sum. .:
debate should scoffed at China's attempt at i 1 and a nurse was blown by tor The lightning revolution that with measures aimed at stream conference May 21-23, mer naval authorities get many ,
( because In any final great leap forward" to com.': nadlc winds from a hospital drove I Joao Coulart from the lining Brazil's tax structure, The Zoning Board of Appeals Tampa. calls about mysterious objects I

bf eakon"repercussions to our en.jJIre munlsm by the route of people's: room.Denson, a physician at King'sDaughters residency| has brought many solving supply problems which will meet at 9:30 a.m., May 5, ((8)) Deletion of Sec 28- washed ashore ,
in Latin America'sargest Some of these items dan.
caused food
movement could be communes and hasty Industrial.'' changes shortages, purging to consider the following agen- 83 Unit are }
very Hospital, was exam. nation -and more are insight deadwood Same-Community the said
Izatlon 1 governmental and terous, Navy partial
.
,serious inlng Mrs Willie Williams and dar Plan from Chapter 18 1
.t( ,
eliminating some of the basic larly unexpended marine mark.
The Chinese call Khrushchevthe
In Moscow, at a Lenin anni.jversary APPEAL NO 113 FROM .
'tl ,, her Infant daughter when winds Chapter 20 Subdivisions
been to
worst of devlatlonlst for Inflation had doubling causes of the Inflationary spiral. Zoning era or unexploded mines.In .
meeting, Soviet party and heavy rain struck Friday. Curt H. Boqvlst.\ REi Rear
cost of living .
he nation's every Goulart tried of the
claiming that the Soviet Union : some
secretary Y. V. Andropov said I all cases, the warning said,
| A window of the fourth-floor set back variance of 9 ,
is classless and thus no longer )year. Obviously the revolution same measures but they failed yard ((9)) Finalize zoning map. objects should be left alone and
needs a dictatorship of the' hospital room was shattered by alone could not solve this and as he gave In to first one, then feet Lot IT, Unit #5, Oyster ((10)) Motion to amend Sec the proper authorities notified. i"
the wind broken
spraying glassand
proletariat. accompanying debt problems. another, pressure group adversely Bay (Cheasapeake Ave.) 28-4 district map.c. Marine markers, flame and ,
splinters of wood Into the ,
It'll le In Our These arguments rage un room. Jut It /has brought a climate of affected. REMARKS: Permit denied Parks Bard smoke lights dropped by air.

abated in the exchange ol I r Mrs. Jim Bulls, the nurse, onfldence unknown for three President Ilumberto Castello by bUlldlnglnspectorunderSec- 5. Public hearing (10 ajn.) craft to mark specific spots In
Showroom Seen cruzeiro Brazil's Branco, armed with extraordi. tion 28-35 No boat house
polemics threw herself over the Williams rears. The ((3)). to hear complaints or objectionsto the ocean, come in various
TERRITORIAL The Chine 1: Infant to shelter It. Denson tried !nonetary unit, has strengthenedn nary powers plus the firm back. bill be built In connection there- following street name chan shapes and sizes. They fire mag. ,\
Thr
All
NEW
are on the verge of' brandinKhrushchev g to protect his patient i relation to the dollar, and the ing of the military forces which to. nesiura based compounds. i
colonialist. The)' 'itock market surged ousted Goulart, seems Immuneto ges: Large numbers are used In
"Then found ourselves out.
we 17th Ave. N. E of Tamlaml
BarracudaFly have spoken. pointedly of "un.. side In the hallway," he said. Food lines caused by phony most of these pressures.Mass Old Home Trail to Orchid.Drive. operations well off shore, the
of Communistsand
equal treaties" Imposed 01 1 !shortages have disappeared. arrests Navy said, and a few to
Mrs. Bulls suffered a cut ten. : The Casa Blanca, or White prove
2nd between 12th
fellow travelers took St. Ave
and So Xlo's dally blackouts, caused by place be
both Tsarist duds
China by don In floating or are only
one of her feet. Mrs. House in San Juan, Puerto
have early last month. Hundreds of S. and Central Ave. to Cordon
t viet governments. They IndlcaU I Williams and her suffered in alleged power shortage, partly expended.
baby Rico is the oldest continuous
has arrlv. those seized have been clearedand Drive.
Wheat
snded
revived Interest In Chinese begun A less
clearly a minor cuts and bruises Denson common danger may
claims on Asian terrltorlei.1 was not Injured. :ing from the United States to released. Others may face ly inhabited European homein Broad Avenue S. to Gulfto come from mines that drift
mouth 'avert a threatened bread short trial on charges of violating na. the western hemisphere! ashore
Bay Avenue. Warships training off
Police Chief A, C. said
Berry
tlonal
in has survived
1521 it
security Begun ,
I Unit 13 Florida use the "Mark VI"
Moorings change one
at least 20
JU; a E T' persons were Injuredin ige.Prices off The so-called supreme com. five sieges well
have leveled some.what military as as training mine, similar in
the storm, which lasted about way Wedge Way or Wedge Drive. shape
WOOD mind of the revolution
thanks mainly to state ac. com. earthquakes and hurricanes
to
an Oversized basketball.
l 10 minutes Coquina Sands I #2 delete HIbiscus -
JWANKSCIIAI'IJSTATE : .
ma. ana cnange Murex
Chrjrier) >PlymeuthJ
': ATTORNEY The moon is the only eel 1ESC' I e.uw, a, avrr Drive to east and Murex Laneto .
l \, t miaml Trail
till body i that revolves about the north.
tjii,,,' ;....1'0", ..l tI. the earth, Change South Broad Court NAPLESBUSINESS

to 6th Lane N. and N. Broad

rr Court to Broad Avenue North I
Rename Circle.
Continue 2nd St. from Cen-
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tral Ave. to 18th Ave S.

9 Continue Gordon Drive to Bay SERVICEPAYROLLS
1 Road
5
Royal Harbor change Bonlta

Lane to Bonita Count change
Mullet Lane to Mullet Court.
Change Dolphin Lane to Dol RECORDS

; Irw phin Court TAXES -
r Lantern Lake Section Port

; Royal, continue Half Moon Walk AND
and delete Anchor Way.

6. .. Public hearing (10:30 BOOKKEEPINGSYSTEMS
a.m.) to hear complaints and
df'
_objections to .mendZonIngOr-
b > dinance "Section 28-34. No
y building In an "F" MultiFamily Phone
0 district shall exceed thir-

,t.v ty ((30)) feet In height, and no MI 2-5143

: building constructed In "F" US Fink A".... 8ilkViple
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Q Multl-Famlly district shall

contain more than two((2)) dwell *. Florida
ing floors" .-

..ar 1. .. Public hearing (11:00
a.m.) to hear objections of an

e Interested persons to the confirmation
of preliminary assessment REELECTFRANK
roll for street Improvements
NOT ROARING I YET Triplet tiger cube don't appear very ferocious is they Resolution No.1026-

fact photographers en their first public trip from enclosure at the Basel loo In Switierlind
as.


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ADDRESS Bring or Mail to Any Officer EWELL F. "PAPPY" MOORE e second your termas

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'Home' Record But Track MeetTomorrow



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Track teams from Immokalee
DAVID LYON seniors: Kline Fredrickson, ,
Lamartlne.and Earnshaw.Mortis Everglades.and seven other south .
Track season Is over for Na.
Florida In
school will compete
described Earnshaw as "this
pies High School's runners, wh<
the District S Class B.C meet
did well, but not well enough twin o year's surprise. He had not Binds-. May I, 19(4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS '9
Monday at Palm Beach High
places In the district meet.: competed in athletics before
School In West Palm Beach.
: this Next
spring. year's team
at Lockhart Stadium In Fort Lauderdale .
last < should be strong though coaches Bill AH nun of Alva, district
eight will be looking for sprinters to track meet official, said this
The first 'hree finishers Ir:" \ Beach Club
Women
each event qualified for the state replace Kline, Fredrlckson, and 7"- morning the meet Is set for Mon.
: Lamartlne. I day afternoon and night on the
meet, which will be run In Game ./ Palm Beach trackwhlrh probablyIs


and vllle times could Eagles fifth next manage set places Friday.several were, even The school some best though Naple record fourth the:| Mantle--No. 1 1I : Ir Q r R S :. :: the schools"That's the state best In some our running area consolation, which surface will for In Looking Ahead To


have to travel long distances to
Riviera Beach and Coral Fart : IV' ( the meet," Altman said. He said
dominated the 12-team Class A I Card he spent from noon Thursday to May 13th 'Mixer'un i
meet, and Naples runners wen Drawing ll 3 p.m. Friday on the telephone,
at the
Impressed excellent performances trying to set up a suitable date .. _
by the east coast ath t and place for the meet. juesu.y,April n iIOD,tli.mem Class "B"-*nei Mme woo
:. letes. J : The meet originally was sche. HEADS TEAM- bers of the Beach Club Women'sGall low-gross (102). Mary Henderson
"It"was good experience the: For A.L. Gatet J duled for Friday at Edison Sta. alias.. 40 ef Philadelphia has Association played a low. won first lcrw.net (79). Amle Ca-
boys, assistant track coach .- -- dlum In Fort M>ers, officials accepted the non,playing! captaincy gross and low.net tournament, pelle carded a (79) to win tad
Jerry Morris said. They mfg NEW YORK (AP)-American BUTCH HtXiHESGalors' were notified of the no-Integrated of the U,8. Davis' Cup in classes. low.net
h-ve done better, he noted, had League players on all fronts athletics policy of the Lee County team He played seven limn for The winning players In the 18 Class "C" Low gross wu
they not been forced to trave 1 away from New York, wish the school system. Jupiter, one of the U 8, ,In the Challtngt round hole group were. follows won by Dot Stevens (109), First
140 miles to the district meet Yankees nothing but a bad year, the participating schools, has Class "\"Helen Eckard won low.net winner was Louise Powers .
Probably no other school Flor, But they draw the line when Itt Butch Hughes an Integrated team. low-gross (91)). The first low.net ((78). Second low.net winner
Ida had to go that tar to competeIn comes to Mickey Mantle Palm Beach County schools FloridaSports winner was Elsie Belts 76.The was Mamie Tooke ((78)>
a district meet. They wish him a healthy year are Integrated and so are Its second low.net winner was Alice In the nlne-hole dlvlslon, ow
Naples got put in slow heal! A member of the Washington athletic facilities, so that county Brumtlel (78)). gross was won by Grace Wesley
In many Instances, and the I Senators said Friday he even Wins National HonorButch agreed to host the meet. The (54).
Eagles' heat.wlnnlng time In i mentions the switch hitting track Is a plastlc-asphalt sur. Mary Evans won first low.,...
three events was not good enoughto I Yankee star In his prayers face that reportedly Is better Plan Syncom 3 (40)) and second low.net winner
place in thetop three finishers,. "Please Lord" he whispers, Hughes, EvergladesHigh Miller of Fort Lauderdale than the University of Florida By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS was C. Koegel (47).
"They would have done better r "See that Mantle doesn't get School's leading scorer Stranahan and Mike Rollyson track at Gainesville MIAMI Rollins scored seven To Televise Jap On Wednesday, May 13, there
had they been pushed," Morris i I hurt." last basketball season, Is one of Plant City, were placed on runs In the first Inning and Olympic Games is scheduled a twoJjall mixed
said.The It Isn't that the player Is se. of the top 500 prep cagersIn the first team. Of the 19 honorable Hayward Wins held on for a tl victor over foursome made up of the men
mile relay team had Its i I wetly rooting for the Yankees. the nation according to a mention picks from this Miami Al Burls anj Don Phil. BOSTON (CAP) When the and women members of the Bead
best time ever, 3:39 and easily r Far from being a traitor he Is recent Issue of Coach and Athlete state, only five came from TKO Over Cokes lips lilt home runs for Rollins.! Olympic Games start In Tokyo Club All those Interested In play.
won its heat. But the other heat t looking out for the welfare of magazine. schools smaller than Class A. PHILADELPHIA (AP)-6Un. GAINESVILLE Auburn collerted next f.lll. a U.S. communications ing In this event should sign up
had three better times Alan i his own club as well as for his satellite be at the pro shop Later there will
hovering
17 hits and defeats Florida may
Hughes Is one of 21 Florida Everglades is a Class C school. Icy (Kitten) Hayward was
Foster, Richard Woodruff, Randy ., own good. From a monetary like a star above the Pacific to be a draw for partners. Following .
school honoredIn "It came as a very pleasant knocked down for the first time 103. Jimmy Barflrld Vd Au.
Harris, and Walter Ritchie i sense, of course. high players relay the action to American this event there will be i
Coach In hit boxing career Friday burn's attack with a single, a
", all are junlurs, so they will i "I know Just what's In this the magazine's All-America surprise to us, night. It made him mad. double and a triple. Florida television viewers cocktail party and barbecue at
have another chance next year., fellow's mind," said Don Lock, selections. It picked 100 boys Phil Larson said of the maga "The knockdown even made scored Its only runs In the Dr Harry J, Goett, director the Beach Club, starting around
The half-mile relay team seta ; Washington's center fielder. "I for "first team" honors, and zine's naming of Hughes. The me vicious" the welterweight eight with s walk, two singlesand of the Goddard Spare night 5:30 p.m.
new school record time of 1:36 feel the way he does And I 400 others received honorable blond left-handed Gator scored contender recalled after rallying a double. center, reported the Syncom 3 On Tuesday, May 3, the event
and was not pushed In winning; think practically all the guys In mention. 543 points in 31 games from the second-round knock. satellite scheduled for launch. 'will be low its heat by 30 yards. In the the American League feel the Two Florida boys, Robert during the season and com down to score a technical knock. SKEET SHOOTING tag next month from Cape Ken The women members will make
other heat, five teams did bet. ..nnwy' blned fine ball-handling with out upset victory over Curtis WINTER HAVEN Emery nedy Fla., could ..nelo beam 'their own pairings and time start
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,'ter, but the first-plate time was "Let's fate It. Mantle Is the his accurate shooting. Cokes of Dallas, Tex. Papy of Jacksonville won the the Olympics to the United ing' at 8:3 0a.m.
only four seconds better than league's No. 1 attraction.\ Nobody PGA To Stay In Besides Hughes, southwest "I said to myself" explained .410 gauge title In the Florida States.Goett. -
Naples. Members ot this team else approaches him whenIt Florida landed one other boyIn Hayward 11'1'.. never been :;State Skeet Championships Bob spoke to newsmen at a NO LONGER ROOKIES
were Brute LamartineBob Koch, romes to fan appeal. I would New ClubhouseFor the Coach and Athlete selections knocked down before even In a :Beech of Palm Beach was run spare conference which con. SAN FRANCISCO) Fl
Wally FredrIckson, and Jackie guess that his presence In a Time He Is RadclifT gym,' And It really made me I nerup, Jean Smith filed 85 to bo. eludes today, member of the Giants. w i :
Klip*. game adds from 5,000 to as Being: Billy angry." i I come the new Women's rham.plon. Syncom 3 will be the world's voted rookie swards in their fir i
In the "alt mile, t fxlney Earn. many as 15,000 people to a WEST PALM BEACH (AP- sparkplug and leading scorer Hayward, weighing l50-1/4! and ;I the Junior crown was re. first truly synchronous orbit eeaaon In the major leagues.
shaw won his heat and was not game" The Professional Golfers Assort! for the Fort Myers Green Wave 10th ranked by the World Box. I talned by Jim Thomas of Ocala satellite-one which appears to They ere Willie May. (1951 ,
pressed In a 2:08 performance. Mantle, who fractured a toot atlon Is going to slay In Its plush Also listed Is David Miller of Ing Association floored the'with a sroe of 82. stand still over one point on the Jack Sanfocd (1957), Or lark. >
The winning time was 2:02, and chasing a fly ball In Baltimorelast new (clubhouse at least for the Delray Beach, who nosed out sixth.ranked Cokes, 147, three globe because Its relative speed Cepeds (1958). Willi
Earnshaw was fifth. June, appeared: In only 65 time! being.Circuit Hughes in a district coaches' times In the fourth round with Lew Woriham 1947 U.S. Open mutches that of the rotation of CJ 959) and Harvey Kuenn as ;>
Tom Bernard ran his fastest games In 1963. It Is significant Judge Russell 0. Morrow meeting last month for the honor Combination punches champion, ,turned pro at II. the earth 196) Detroit Tiger .
mile, 4:55, but It was not good that the Yankees had their low.
Friday Issued a temporary of being the player from ---------- -- -
enough to place. The sprint med. est home attendance In 18 years. restraining order sought by this district In the annual North-
ley relay team, second in its "
"That's what 1 mean, said
South basketball
til-star
heat with a time of 2:12, was out Lock "It's not only the Yankees ,John D. MacArthur, develo|*<<'r In Gainesville next game
of the money. Bruce Lamartlne who suffered. Every club In the qualified for the 220.yard dash league was hurt Lots of people out where the PGA club Is lo. .
finals and finished fourth in 24.2 just wouldn't come out to the seconds park knowing Mantle wasn't Morrow told both the PGA
Walter Ritchie ran the 440 InS playing. i and MacArthur to NEW YORK (AP) Bill tier- 1
out
carry
-) seconds, anU ?Harris "Yes, sir, Mickey's pain was their respectiveobllga... tatkjcxle Chieftain nine.strsishk -+ '
Vas timed"in 07 seconds and felt by everybody in the tlons, maintain a "status quo" hews ,cince test July He/ won' + G ,
neither was good enough to place. pocketbook" and try to patch up their quar four race with the Bold Ruler. 1Biq.
Earnshaw qualified for the dls. A lot of hearts skipped beats col. Pocahontas brown colt, Including .
cus final with a 120-foot toss, In the fifth Inning of Friday The PGA said It wanted to Ihe Trrmo'it Cowdin and .)
,send Gene Moss finished fifth in night's game against the Sena. move out because MacArthur Governor's Cup at Bowie.. 11. .L. J
the shot put with a 41.foot heave. tore when Mantle pulled a mus. failed to meet contract sl>t'rltl. But when Chieftain ran in the ;:: nn.d. ... Cf.td-
The district competition was cle In his right leg while chas. cations In building the clubhouse Wood Memorial al Aqueduct, I Ip .... UTMfUl"t
the last athletic event for four Ing a fly ball hit by Chuck Cot. tier The star outfielder left the i Died there was a breach of con. The latter won the race, beating
game after batting In the bot. I I tract and said construction was Mr. Ilnck by s half lenllh.rh.efll.n. .
Gordie Howe torn of the fifth but the Injury I being; finished as soon as possl.I ,. r'dJen! by John Rotz,
was diagnosed as minor, I Ole ran fifth.Naples .
Chalks Up New THE GOLF COURSEWe

Little League are most appreciative of the acceptance of the '

Hockey RecordMONTREAL }I course by our Naples neighbors Approximately 100

1- of you have slimed up for summer playing privileges.

Detroit another hockey Red (Wings'AP-Chalk record for Gordie the up Holland Salley Team Takes The summer season lasts until Dec. 15th 1961 S.


Howe, who already holds so
many he'd have to hire a stalls
Family $75.00
tlcUn to keep track of them. It's - Single - $60.00

most times selected for National Usual Spot At League Top .

Hockey League All.St.r teams. \1!:;. Daily Green Fees 3.00
When Howe was named to the ," ,
second NHL AlUStar team for LITTLE LEAGUE dard Oil and Kiwanis at 5:15, fourth and an Inning later Tom I
1963.64 Thursday It was the 15th and Jaycees will play Holland Croak singled Jensen singled Electric Cart Rental 5.00
time In his 18 seasons he had STANDINGSW L Salley at 7:15. and an outfield error allowed
made either the first or second Holland Salley 2 0 I Holland Salle) combined timely Croak to score the losers' only Electric
teams. Previously he and Mau. Jaycees 1 1 hitting alert baserunnlng good Caddy Cart Rental 1.50
rice (Rocket) Richard, retired Kiwanls I 1 pitching and sound defense In the run.Bell overcame control pro.
Montreal Canadleus star, had Trail Cleaners 1 1 decisive victory Frl'lay. The blems and pitched Standard to Its Our Members
been tied with eight flrsMeam Standard Oil 1 I White Sox collected 14 hits while shutout victory over Exchange. In and Guests find the Course In
selections and six seconds each.A Exchange 0 2; pitchers Joe Gratton and Dennis the first three Innings Bell walk.
few years ago Howe took all. Defending champion Holland I Kelly held Trail Cleaners to only ed seven batters but squirmedout Excellent Playing Condition
time NHL/ scoring honors from Salley won both Its games In the three. of difficulty each time. Ex. -- --
Richard.By first week of the 1964 Little The first three White Sox hit change stranded eight base.
comparison, the five Chi. League le..oll. while all other safely In the first Inning to get runners In the early Innings.
cago players and one from Tor. I teams met defeat at least once the team off to a flying start Exchange managed only three THE
onto named to the NHL first On Friday night manager John Alec Winters singled, Gratton scattered singles off Bell, who
AU-EUr team are relative nov lamurrl's boys rolled up the doubled and Ray Bass 'singled struck out 10 batters while walk. t SWIMMING POOLWe

Ices. ____________ runs In a 1'7-1 triumph over and three runs crossed the plate Ing eight Standard got to losing
The Cleveland Indian played Trail Cleaners. That made It In the inning pitcher Paul Linda bury for three
an shorutopa lie au.''''. 30 runs for the White Sox against Bass had three singles, drovein runs In the first Inning on two hit have been given the "Green
only three for the opposition two runs, and scored four batters two walks, a single, and .f Light" on our plans by the State of
RE-ELECT t i In the two games during the week. Gratton had three hits and also an error Gary Hartford singled Florida
Standard Oil got shutout pitch. roied four times. Bill Tucker and scored In the second Mark and construction HAS
FRANK 'SCHAli. Ing from Tim Bell and deteatedExch.lnce. had two hits and batted In three Allen tripled to open a two.run BEEN STARTED. Our contract

I' : G.O. In Friday's other runs Ray Jensen doubled for fifth Inning that ended the scor. ; calls for completion by June 1st, '64.
STATE ATTOKNEY contest. tile first Trail Cleaners hit off Ing. t
Monda)"' doubleheader at Gratton In the third inning
I.' ,. I I Att (ambler Park will match Stan. Kelly relieved Cratton in the "Stop" Signs Mean STOP : FAMILY FEE.$50.00



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CHUCK COPLEYthe Member or a Golfing Member


Annual Social Member Fee $25.00


ONLY QUALIFIED candidate ABOUT OUR REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT



For School Board-District No. 4 er

BIG CYPRESS GOLF &
May 5th Primary COUNTRY CLUBit'

Our lot arts Is named fiiir fyprra Rolf

S Only candidate with a college educationtwo ami Country Club E.tatrs. HOLE IN-
( degrees) 70 Ion were offered for tale Feb! lit 1WU TNE MAII
Twenty have been told and more err In various 'n GOLI C Ua
Only candidate with actual teaching; ex-
perience. ita.ri of negotiation. Three homes me peering _ ________ __ ___ _
completion and more are "being planned, ooditte Rood \
49 Only candidate with 30 years executive On May 15th. llmj. there will .ho s !III'< w S 162 \

experience. Inmnae In prlrea W* tuggrtt you dolt our U f,4h
Only candidate pledged! to bring harmony and if Jib *<
property you what you .t't' <'" lames enuo.i re, sut N
within school) system. HOWARD CARRIS. our ,,,!.., it.nnnir. You Pwase IM 4tAo".
Only candidate who has unlimited timeto max *ili t" move up to Cuuntijr rind, Ii.

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I tOLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, May I, 1964 I now Soviet or Soviet-controlled. Council Agenda between Paving 9th and 10th Sts.
ECONOMIC The Chinese
8.Old business.
long ago complained that Moscow The agenda for City CounCU's Initial Resolution for
: was more generous In aid 9 ajn. Wednesday meet- a. between
of 2nd St.
Five Distinct Problems paving
to anti-Communist regime*-
Ing: 6th Ave S. and Central Ave.
than to
I like India and Egypt- l.-Call order and Invo
,China. to b. Participation In coordinated -

MILITARY-CU.rly the Red cation. groin program for
Keep Moscow PeinAjart Chinese have been enraged over 2. --Reading of minutes of beach erosion protection. ,

lack of Soviet enthusiasm for previous meeting. Moorings Beach.

WILLIAM U RYAlC ...It wJlnonsen*to contend thatifow Peking's membership In the nuclear Presentation of certificate c. Permanent permit for
By club. The Soviets of appreciation and reso
I CorrespondentFive SM was striving to expel weapons Hanky Variety Store sign.
AP Special I have withheld help to ChinaIn lution Laura James
to Mrs.
distinct violentjtJ&rnent CIi "tl'om i the Red camp. It Is ; d. Resolution No. 1055 con-
of nuclear
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development
*- ot Just one-separate not "striving," perhaps but this :; 4. -Reports firming Res. No. 1053 re
remark indicated Moscow weapons. a. Building Code Revision 7thStreetfrom11thAve.
,MOSCOW and Peking ttJiyirand NATIONAL INTERESTS paving of
.Communists seem to-be losing might feel forced eventually to ,,This stems from Chinese ambU Committee. So., to Broad Avenue So.
their world edl. take the atep.Andropov b. Zoning and Planning
of keeping
hope 9.New business.
I ions In Asia, primarily. A short
ice from cracking apart. In the same Board: Radio communications
'I IIsm" time ago Moscow accused Pek.Ing a.
Desperate attempts by Communist speech unveiled "Maotzetung of trying to read theU.s.s.R. ((1)) Request by Council to for certain public works ve
leaders Inside and out. as a sin, while accusingMao review all home occupational
out of Asia.
hides
Red bloc to produce a of trying to seize comma.nism's
side the in Indonesiaonaidering In reference to
At meeting
Into obstacles raisedby world leadership. a b. Resolution of appreciation -
trace ran
territorial .co. "In the struggle for liege : a new Ailan-Afrl. zoning. to Collier Development
Ideological, said "the'can conference, the Chinese opoposed t ((2)) Application from E.E. of
military and national rnony, Andropov Corp. for donation Bay
nomie Interest clashes dividing the Chinese leaders are Increasing.ly 1 an Invitation to the So. MARKING its fifth anniversary Burdette Advertising, inc. has announced Bailey 1111 6th St. S., Front Park.
and openly replacing LeninIsm .'rlet Union on grounds it Is Fort Myers oppositethe n city license (Home Occupation -
two giants. plans for its oat office building at 2140 Broadway c. Expiration of tempor-
of these arguments with Maotzetunglsm main solar front wall 18' x 18 ) for real estate Lake
A
Any one not an plan nation despite vast recently opened Fussel paint store. screen ary fence permit at
would be enough to abrade their taming that Maotzetunglsm Is I Siberian and central Asian tern and driveway arch distinguish the 1300 sq. ft. single-story L-shaped struc broken lone "E" Single Park School May 15, 1964.
the chief element while LeninIsm
relations. The existence of all torles. ture. Parking is planned behind the building on the 54' x 80 lot. Com. Family District. d. Discussion of Recrea-

at one division time unbridgeable.appears to make The Is secondary.openly maintains Chinese propolianda that The Soviet press then accused pletion of the office is planed for October. Formerly from Cleveland, ((3)) Interpretation In "J"as Bus to tion Board policy on use of
nothe uses permitted
joflnal break seems to be getting Mao Tze-tung's Ideas are a the Chinese of trying bloc to of builda "the Ohio, Burdette left his post as Advertising Manager of Cape Coral in April iness District re apartment new building.

,nearer. higher Incarnation of Marxism national strictly liberation Chinese movement" 1959 to launch the advertising agency under the name of B & B Promotion building. e. Report on progress of

(bit: Basically Peking fights what Leninism. a Communist term describing Service The firm Incorporated last August and now has four employeeswith ((4)) Application for city license capital Improvement program -

pro-Chinese Communists haveincome What are Moscow and Peking revolutionary movements which a branch office in Naples. The Naples branch is manned oy Ed (beverage) by Clarence
fighting about? These In brief
ZonIng -
to call "Khrushchevlsm, f. Appointments to
are the can be Infiltrated. Waller, formerly advertising manager of the Collier County News. A. Davis d/b/a SugarN'
ttJn dubious tribute to Soviet principal arguments: leaders want the and Planning Board.
"The Peking
IDEOLOGICAL -This has two -- Spice Rest at 937 -
,Premler Khrushchev. Not to be Correspondence.
the Chineseline
follow
One world new bloc to of leaders, has 4th Ave. S. Type: Beer g.
military
aspects. concerns posed
Moscow has paid a "
lsoutdon the state 10.--Adjourn.
world ,
similar left-handed compliment Communist policy the other the In said. politics assume the Strides ;virtually faded away after ful. 4 Wine COP| Zone "J"

.wlo Chinese leader Mao Tie-tune Internal development of Red. ments role of the leading"They center which Brazil Making ruling Its announced role of pre.renting Business District.

,,t by> Inventing a new sln"Mao ruled countries. will Issue instructions to young partisan squabbling ((5)) Application No. 64 from Warns Of
Peking says Khrushchevlsm From putting Brazil back to the Navy
tzetunglsm. countries." Jane G. Haldle (Mrs. Allison
to, Palmlro Togllattl chief of the sells world revolution down the developing Toward Ills :prerevolutlon level. W) d/b/a The Sea Horse Unusual Objects
.,,Italian Communist party which river by lack of aggressive sup. Correcting Little resistance to the new of Lots
is the most Influential outside port to violent uprisings against Texas Tornado regime has appeared. Only one Apts. re rezoning Found On BeachJACKSONVILLE
4 thru 12 Incl. Block 15,
established regimes, especially Important Independent newspaper
"the bloc, has been begging Mos. RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) A lion temporarily freezing prices : Tier 2 from
to "avoid the method in underdeveloped countries.Khrushchev Blows 4 Out Of Correlo d Manha has "D" Single (APWatchout
becow
excommunication" Is pictured as month ago Brazil was teetering on many products. Cuanabara |I consistently opposed It. The Family District to"G"Mul- for unusual military objectson
mof summary cringing before nuclear Hospital Room on the brink of economic disaster .State says food prices for the extreme leftist warned
rijWhlch he says was a mistake UJ5. I most Important tiple Dwelling District. the beach the Navy
might and the possibility of and a possible take-over by first time In years, showed a 1 paper, Ultima Hora, has offered Discussion elimination
.yWhen Stalin expelled the Yugo.quslavs TEMPLE Tex. (AP-"Sud. Communist elements Today It slight decline over the 3Way( | ((6)) re today. .
from the Red family In general war. denly we found ourselves In strides toward whipping I only token resistance. of guest houses. Rear Adm. Robert Gold
is making period.
ml 48. Togllattl told his Central The Chinese also resent Khru..chev' from this thw.lte, commander of Fleet
the hallway said Dr. Thomas Its tangled web of problems. The government has moved to (7)) Representation
.;,;Committee recently that how. criticisms of their Inter. Denson who with two patientsand follow up Its Initial advantageswith Appeals AgendaThe board to attend annual zonIng Air Jacksonville, said each sum.
( ever annoying It might be, theigMoscow.Peklng nal development Khrushchev a nurse was blown by tor. The lightning revolution that measures aimed at stream. conference May 21-23., mer naval authorities get many
scoffed at China's at
a
debate should attempt nadlc winds from a hospitalroom. the Board of calls about mysterious objects
from
Goulart
"great leap forward" to com. drove Joao lining Brazil's tax structure Zoning Appeals Tampa.
because In final washed ashore.Some .
on
bit "repercussions, to any our ..n.tnllre munlsm by the route of people's a physician at King's presidency has brought many solving supply problems which will meet at 9:30: a.m. May 5, ((8)) Deletion of Sec. 28- of these Items are dan.

movement could be very communes and hasty Industrial. Daughters Denson Hospital was exam. changes nation In -Latin and more America'slargest are In caused governmental food shortages deadwood purging and to consider the following agenda 83 Same-<:ommun1ty Unit gerous, the Navy said, part leu.

erious" Union. Inlng Mrs. Willie Williams and : Plan from Chapter Z8 larly unexpended marine mark.
In Moscow at a Lenin annl. The Chinese call Khrushchevthe her Infant daughter when winds sight. eliminating some of the basic 1--APPEAL NO. 113 FROM Zoning to Chapter 20 Subdivisions era or unexploded mines.In .
ei! Inflation had been doubling causes of the Inflationary spiral.
worst of deviation for
,1versary meeting Soviet party and heavy rain struck Friday.A Curt H. Boqvlst. REi Rear all the warning said
the nation's cost of living every Coulart tried some of the cases, ,
that the Soviet
Union
secretary Y. V, Andropov said Is claiming Unless and thus longer window of the fourth-floor year. Obviously the revolution same measures but they failed yard set back variance of 9 ((9)) Finalize zoning map. objects should be left alone and
no hospital room was shattered by feet g Lot 17. Unit ill, Oyster Motion mend Sec.
to the authorities notified.
needs a dictatorship of the alone could not solve this and as he gave In to first one, then ((10)) proper
the wind, spraying broken glassand (Cheasapeake Ave.) flame and
proletariat. accompanying debt problems.But mother pressure group ad. Bay 28-4 district map.c. Marine markers '
splinters of wood Into the affected. REMARKSt Permit denied Parks Board. smoke lights dropped by air.
versely
climate of .
It'll Be In Our These arguments rage un- It has brought a
abated in the exchange of room. confidence unknown for three President Humberto Castello by building Inspector under Sec --Public hearing ((10 a.m.) craft to mark specific spots In
Showroom Soon polemics. Mrs. Jim Bulls, the nurse years. The cruzeiro Brazil's Branco armed with extraordl tion 28-35 ((3)). No boat house to hear complaints or objectionsto the ocean, come In various
TERRITORIAL-The Chineseare threw herself over the Williams monetary unit, has strengthened nary powers plus the firm back bill be built In connection there- following street name chan- shapes and sizes They fire mag.
The All NEWBarracuda on the verge of' branding Infant to shelter It. Denson triedto In relation to the dollar and the tog of the military forces which to. : neslum based compounds.
protect his patient. ousted Coulart seems Immuneto ges Large numbers are used In
Khrushchev colonialist. They stock market surged. 17th Ave. N.. E of Tamlamt
"Then we found ourselves out.
most of these operations well off shore, the
lines caused by phony pressures.
Food Home
have spoken pointedly of "un. side in the he said. Old Trail to Orchid Drive.
I hallway, Mass arrests of Communistsand Navy said, and a few prove to
equal treaties" Imposed on Mrs Bulls suffered a cut ten. shortages have disappeared. fellow travdlers took place The Casa Blanca, or White 2nd St. between 12th Ave. be floating duds or are only
China by both Tsarist and So. don In one of her feet. Mrs. Rlo's dally I blackouts, caused have by early last month. Hundreds of House, in San Juan, Puerto S. and Central Ave. to Gordon partly expended.A .
viet governments. They Indicate Williams and her baby suffered an alleged power shortage Rico, Is the oldest continuously
ended. Wheat has begun arrlv.,, those seized have been cleared Drive. lest common danger may t
revived Interest lnChi.
clearly a Asian territoriesATATE minor cuts and bruises. Denson Ing from the United States to i, and released. Others may face inhabited European homein Broad Avenue S. to Gulfto come from mines that drift
claims on
nese
t was not Injured. avert a threatened bread short.,, trial on charges of violating national the western hemisphere. Bay Avenue. ashore Warships training off
Police Chief A. C. Berry saidat security. Begun in 1521, it has survivedfive Moorings Unit 3 change one Florida use the "Mark VI"

R& ELEc't'; least 20 persons were InjuredIn age.Prices have leveled off some, The so-called supreme com military sieges, as well as way Wedge Way or Wedge Drive. training mine, similar In shapeto
the storm, which lasted about mand of the revolution, com and hurricanes. an Oversized basketball
W O 0 DChry.ler.Hymeu. 10 minutes. what, thanks mainly to state ac. earthquakes Coquina Sands #2 delete Hibiscus

FnAN1\SCUAt U' Rd. and change Murex

< Drive to east and Murex Lane .
The moon Is the only celfet* j ARIL 3eo '
Z I X T miam| fltaU ATT0HNEY lid body that revolves about i rT to the north.

1f'.I'. ,' the earth Change South Broad Courtto NAPLESBUSINESS
6th Lane N. and N. Broad

? Court to Broad Avenue North.
vT1. Rename Circle.
..
Continue 2nd St. from Central
1
Ave. to 18th Ave. S.

t Continue Gordon Drive to Bay SERVICEPAYROLLS
Road.

Royal Harbor-change Bonita

Lane to Bonlta Court change
5art Mullet Lane to Mullet Court.
RECORDS
: Change Dolphin Lane to Dolphin :.

Court. TAXES
Lantern Lake Section Pon

Royal, continue Half Moon Walk AND
and delete Anchor Way.

6. -- Public hearing ((10:30 BOOKKEEP1NOSYSTEMS

1 "' yr.a a.m.) to hear complaints and
O objections to amend Zoning Ordinance -

"Section 28-34. No

; b ti a ail building In an "roo MultiFamily Phone
district shall exceed thirty
MI 2.'143
((30)) feet in height, and no

building constructed In "F" 151 Fifth Aftiee, Berth

ar Multi-Family district shall
Or contain more than two((2))dwelling Naples: Florlde
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S- floors

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T. Public hearing ((11:00

a.m.) to hear objections of an

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'Home' Record But Track MeetTomorrow




Miss District CrackBy Ifv T PORT


DAVID LYON seniors: Wine, Fredrlckso,n ( Track teams from Immokalee,

Track season Is over for Naples Lamartlnand Earnshaw.Mrrr t.i t Cvergladesand seven other south . . . . . . . .
High School's runners, who, described Earnshaw as "th I. Florida Schools will compete in

did well, but not well enough twin to I year's surprise." He had not the District 8 Class B.C meet piad Bendy, May S, 1964 "
places In the district meet competed in athletics beta! Monday at Palm Beach HIChSchool COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9

at Lockhart Stadium In Fort Lauderdale this spring. Next year's tea rem In West Palm Beach. d
last night. should be strong, though coach IS ; Bill Altman of Alva, district
The first three finishers 1 In will be looking for sprinters to \ track meet official, said this
each event qualified for the state replace Kline, Fredrickson, and 1 morning the meet Is set for Mon. Beach Club Women

meet, which will be run In Game* Lamartlne, day afternoon and night on the
vllle next Friday.The best Naples Palm Beach track.whlch probably

and could fifth manage places were, even some though fourth the / riR \ jj: : the Is the state best running surface in Looking Ahead To

Eagles set several school record Mantle No. 1k 1 p "That's some consolation for
times. schools In our area, which wiI 1
Riviera Beach and Coral Par ( have to travel long distances to
dominated the l2 f .1'1' the meet," Altman said. He said
-team Class A :
meet, and Naples runners were Drawing Card .. I"J' he spent from noon Thursday t(0 May 13th 'Mixer'On

Impressed at the excellent performances f : 3 p.m. Friday: on the telephone
by the east trying to set up a suitable date i I
coast athletes Tuesday,April 28,the mem. Class toB"-lne. McCune
; 41IA and place for the meet. woo
HEADS TEAM.v.c. hers of the Beacb Club Women'sGolf i low-gross M02). Mary Henderson
The
meet
ache
originally was
"It was good For A. L. Gate j'
boys," assistant experience track coach the; ., duled for Friday at Edison Sta. Stlnai. 40. of Philadelphia. tin Association and played. a low. won first low.net (79). Amie Ca.
"- dlum In Fort Mjers, but officials accepted the nen pliying eiptaincy gross low.net tournament. pell carded a (79) to win Indlow.net
Jerry Morris said They might NEW YORK In classes,
(AP)-Amerlcar BUTCH HUGHESGators' ,
were notified of the Integrated of the U S Davit Cup
h
ve done better, he noted, had I League player, on all fronts athletics policy of the Lee County team He played liven times fee The winning players In the 18 Class "C" Low gross wu
they not been forced to travel I away from New York, wish th hole group were as follows
: won by Dot Steven IDe First
school ( >
system Jupiter one of
140 miles the U S In the Challenge round
to the
district meet Yankees nothing but a bad year, the participating schools has Class "A"-Helen Eckard won low.net winner was Louise Pow.
,
Probably no other school Florida But they draw the line when I II II;: Butch Hughes an Integrated team. low.gross (91)). The first Iow.net era (76)). Second low.net winner

In had district to go that tar to compete I comes to Mickey Mantle. Palm Beach County schools FloridaSports winner was Elsie Belts ((78).The was Mamie Took ((78.
a
meet. They wish him a healthy year are Integrated and so are Its second low.net winner was Alice In the nine-hole divislonlow
Naples got put In slow heats I A member of the Brumael .
Washington athletic! facilities, so that county (78) gross was won by Grace lUaley
!In many Instances, and theEaltles' Senators said Friday he eve Wins National Honor agreed to host the meet. The (54)).
heat-winning time I In I mentions the switch hitting Mary Evans first low *
track Is a plastic asphalt sur. won **
three events was not good enoughto Yankee star In his prayers .... face that reportedly Is better Plan Syncom 3 (40)) and second low.net winner
place In the top three finishers. "Please, Lord," he whispers;'. Butch Hughes, Evergladest Miller of Fort Lauderdale was C. Koegel .
of Florida (47)
than the University
"They would have done better "See that Mantle doesn't g High School's leading scorer Stranahan and Mike Roily on By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS To Televise Jap On Wednesday, May 13 there
track at Gainesville MIAMI ,
Rollins scored
had .pv..n
"
they been pushed, Morris i hurt. last basketball season, Is one of Plant City were placed on Is scheduled a twoball mixed
said It Isn't that the player Is ass of the top 500 prep cagers the first team. Of the 19 honorable Wins runs In the first. Inning and Olympic Games foursome made up of the men
held
The mile on for a 0 t victor over
relay team had 1t i wetly rooting for the Yankees'. In the nation, according to a mention picks from this Miami. At Burls and Don Phillips BOSTON (AP) When the and women members of the Beacb
won best Us time heat.ever, 3:39 and easily Far from being a traitor, he I It: recent Issue of Coach and Ath- state only five came from TKO Over Cokes hit home runs for Rollins. Olympic Games start In Tokyo Club. All those Interested In play.Ing .

three better But the other heathad ; looking out for the welfare oli : lets magazine. schools smaller than Class A. PHILADELPHIA (AP)-6Un. GAINESVILLE Auburn colIvcted next fall, a U.S. communlca. In this event should sign up
times. Alan his
i own club as well as for his:
Foster, Richard Woodruff Randy Hughes Is one of 21 Florida Everglades Is a Class C school. ley (Kitten) Hayward was IT hits and defeated Flor, lions satellite may be> hovering at the pro shop. Later there will
From
own good a monetary be draw
a for
Harris, and Walter Ritchie of high school players honored 'It came as a very pleasant knocked down for the first time Ida 103. Jimmy BarflHd ''ed Au like a star above the Pacific to partners. Follow.
i sense, course. lag this
all are juniors, so they will I '1 know Just what's in Ohlfellow's :s In the magazine's All-America surprise to us," Coach in his boxing career Friday burn's attack with a single, a television relay the viewers.Dr action .to American cocktail party event and there barbecue will be a
at
night. It made him mad."The double and Florida
have another chance selections. It picked 100 Phil Larson said of the a triple.
next year.i mind, said Don LockWuhlnlllon's :,, boys magazine's knockdown Harry J. Goott, directorof the Beach Club, starting around
made scored Us In the
even only runs
The half-mile relay team set for "first team" honors and of The
center fielder: 1 I naming Hughes. the Goddard 8:30 p.m.
me vicious, the welterw.lllhtcontendt'r eight with a walk, two slnclvsand Space flight
and a new school record time of 1:35 feel the way he does. And 1 I 400 others received honorablen blond left-handed Gator scored recalled after rallying; a double. center, reported the Syncom 3 On Tuesday, May S, the event
was not pushed In winning think practically all the II I 543 In 31 will be
guys n Ion. points games from the cecond-round knock. satellite scheduled for launch low-jroa and low.net.
Us other heat heat by five 30 yards. In the. the American League feel the Two Florida boys, Robert during the season and combined down to score a technical knock. SKEET SHOOTING log next month from Cape Ken The women members will make

but the, teams did better same way."Let's fine ball-handling with out upset victory over Curtis WINTER HAVEN Emery nedy, Flu., could serve to beam their own pairings and time start.
first-place time was face It. Mantle Is theleacue'l Ing at 8:30
his the Olympics to the United a.m.
only four seconds better than accurate shooting. Cokes, of Dallas, Tex. Papy of Jacksonville won the
PGA
No. 1 attraction No. To In
Naples. Members of this team I Stay Besides Hughes southwestFlorida "I said to myself," explained .410 gauge title In the Florida States
were Bruce Lam artlne.Bob Koch, body else approaches him whenIt New Clubhouses landed one other boy Hayward, 'I've never been State Skeet Championships. Bob Goett spoke to newsmen at a NO LONGER ROOKIES
to fan I would
Wally Fredrickson, and Jackie comes appeal. In the Coach and Athlete se knocked down before even In a Beech of Palm Beach was run. pace conference which con. SAN FRANCISCO( ) Fi<&
Kline.In guess that his presence In s I For Time Being lections. He Is Billy Radcllff gym,' And it really made me nerup. Jean Smith filed 85 to bo- eludes today. member of the Ounce we
game adds from 5,000 to 0 3 will be the
the half mile and angry com the new Women's champion Syncom ) world's voted rookie awird in their fir e
Earn.
shaw won his heat, Rodney and was not many "as 15,000 people to a i WEST PALM BEACH (AP- for sparkplug the Fort leading Green scorer Wave. Hayward, weighing 130%/ and the junior crown was rf'. first truly synchronous orbit lesson in the major leagues.They .
pressed In a 2:08 game The Professional Golfers Assort. Myers 10th ranked by the World Box. 'i talned by Jim Thomas of Orals satellite-one which appears to are Willie May (1951 ,
performance Mantle, who fractured a foot t: anon is to In Also listed Is David Miller of stand still the
The going stay Its plush Ing Association, floored the with a scoe of 82. over one point on Jack Sinford (1957). Qua
time .
winning was ,
2:02, and chasing a fly ball In Baltimore i new clubhouse Delray Beach who nosed out because Its relative
Earnshaw at least for theI sixth-ranked Cokes, 147, three globe speed Cepeda (1951), Wild McCovA
Tom Bernard was fifth. his ;last June, appeared In only 6 I I time being Hughes In a district coaches' times In the fourth round with Lew Woriham 1947 U.S. Open matches that of the rotation of (1959) and Harvey Kuenn as tht

mile, 4:55, but it ran was not fastest games in 1963. It is significant t Circuit Judge Russell 0. Mor. meeting last month for the honor combination punches thimpion ,turned pro It 18. the earth. 196) Detroit Tiger ihortitod.Aboutf .
good i that the Yankees had their low.
row Friday Issued a temporary of being the player from
enough tu place. The sprint med. years."That'l
restraining order
ley sought by this district In the annual North-
relay team, second In its what I mean," said I
heat with a time of 2:12, was out Lock. "It's not only the Yankeeswho 'John D. MacArthur South all-star basketball gameIn
of the money, Bruce Lamartlne developer Gainesville next August.
suffered Every club in the of the Palm Beach Gardens lay.
qualified fur the 220.yard dash :league was hurt. Lots of people''out where the PGA club Is lo. ) .
finals and finished fourth In 24.2 just wouldn't come out to the i, cated.
seconds. PICKS RICHT HORSE al
:I park knowing Mantle wasn't t Morrow told both the PGA
'Walter Ritchie ran the 440 In I|playing. and MacArthur to carry out NEW YORK (AP Bill Her- /

51; spcondSi. and. (ta0dy Jggjls: "Yes, sir, Mickey's pain,wasfelt their respective .0011,,. .UUjoU Qhieftim, nine attoisht '
was timed In 57 seconds, and I I by everybody in the i tlons, maintain a "status quo" Ilmee.all1..1 July H* won .t
neither Earnshaw qualified for the dls. A lot of hearts skipped beatsin i del P cus finals with a 12 and Gene Moss finished fifth In II night's game against the Sena moos out because MacArthur Onvernor'a Cup at Bowie r
the shot put with a 41 toot heave tore: when Mantle pulled a mus., failed to meet contract speclfl- Bui when Chieftain ran in the / md- ]
The district competition was cue In his right leg while chas. cations In building the clubhouse Wood Memorial at Aqueduct t. :: Me Nea1r .
the last athletic event for four Ing a fly ball hit by Chuck Cot. and golf course. MacArthur de. lUrtack wn aboard Quadrangle. ,
.
,
tier The star outfielder left the i nled there was a breach of con. The Ullcr won the rice, healing
Gordie Howe game: after batting in the bot. tract and said I construction was 'II Mr. Brick by i half length

torn of the fifth t the Injury being finished as soon a* possl I Chieftain ridden by John Rotz,
was diagnosed as minor. ble. i ran fifth.Naples l

Chalks Up New THE GOLF COURSEWe


Little League are most appreciative of the acceptance of the
Record
Hockey course by our Naples neighbors Approximately 100

MONTREAL (AP-Chalk up of you have signed up for summer playing privileges.The .

Detroit another hotkey Red Wings'record for Gordie the Holland Salley Team Takes summer season lasts until Dec. 15th, 1964,

Howe, who already holds so
many he'd have to hire a stalls
ticlan to keep track of them. It's Family - $75.00 Single - $60.00
most times selected foi National Usual Soot At Leaaue Too 4

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Hockey League All tar teams.
When Howe was named to the V r Daily Green Fees 3.00

second NHL All- lar team for LITTLE LEAGUE dard Oil and Klwanls at 5:15: fourth and an inning later Tom

1963.64 Thursday It was the 15th and Jaycees will play Holland!I Croak singled, Jensen singled, ., c Electric Cart Rental 5.00
time! in his 18 seasons he had STANDINGSW
L, Salley at 7115.flolland : and an outfield error allowed
made either the first or second j Holland Salle combined It mely Croak to
Salley 2 0 i > score the losers' only
teams. Previously he and Mau. Jaycees 1 1 hitting, alert baserunnlng, good Electric Caddy Cart Rental 1.50
rice (Rocket) Richard, retired j Klwanls 1 i pitching, and sound defense In the run.Bell overcame control pro.
Montreal Canadleus star, had Frail; decisive victory Friday The blems
Cleaners 1 1 and pitched Standard touts
been tied with eight flrsMeam Standard Oil 1 1 White Sox collected 14 hits while shutout victory over Exchange. In Our Members and Guests find the Course In :

selections and six seconds each. |Exchange 0 2 pitchers Joe Gratton and Dennis the first three Innings, Bell walk. i ir
A few years ago Howe took all. Defending champion Holland Kelly held Trail Cleaners toonly ed seven batters, but squirmedout ,' Excellent Playing Condition
time NHL scoring honors from ialley won both its games In the three. of difficulty each time. Ex. '- -----

Richard. Irst week of the 1964 Little The first three White Sox hit change stranded eight base :c" :
By comparison, the five Chi. j League season, while all other safely in the first Inning to get runners In the early Innings.
cago players and one from Tor. t earns met defeat at least once. the team off to a flying start Exchange managed only three I THE
onto named to the NHL first On Friday nlglit, manager John Alec Winters singled, Gratton scattered singles off Bell, who i

Ices.All. tar team are relative nov. amurrl's boys rolled up the doubled, and Ray Bass singled, struck out 10 batters while walk. \ w' SWIMMING I POOLWe
T r uns Ina 17.1 triumph over and three runs crossed the plateIn Ing eight. Standard got to losing lfi
The Cleveland Indian plated Pratt Cleaners. That made Ito the Inning. pitcher Paul Lindabury for three
six oilon last a ej..on, 3 runs for the White Sox against Bats had three singles/ droveIn runs In the first Inning on two hit have been given the "Green

only three for the oppositionn two( runs, and scored four. batters, two walks, a single, and / Light" on our plans by the State of
RE-ELECT I II the two games during the week. Gratton had three hits and also an error Gary Hartford singled --
Standard 011 got shutout pitch. scoied four times Bill Tucker and scored In the second Mark ... Florida and construction HAS

.'RANlSC.U "('IC ng from Tim Bell and defeated had two hits and batted In three Allen tripled to open a two.run rT. = BEEN[ STARTED Our contract I
I' Exchange: 6.0, In Friday's other runs Ray Jensen doubled for firth Inning that ended the scor.ing. Jgpp a calls '
STATE AYrORNEY CIIr contest the first Trail Cleaners hit off : completion by June 1st, 64.

Monda>"'s doubleheader at Gratton in the third Inning. : I
pi I I Gambler Park will match Stan. Kelly relieved Gratton In the "Stop" Slgni( Mm STOP
FAMILY FEE. $50.00
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Must be Either A Social
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CHUCK COPLEYthe \
Member or a Golfing Member


Annual Social Member Fee $25.00


ONLY QUALIFIED candidate ABOUT OUR REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT ,


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For School Board-District No. 4 '


May 5th PrimaryOnly iN'8 O CYPRESS GOLF &
COUNTRY CLUBI
Our lot ere. la named Bur Cypress Coif'

candidate with a college educationtwo and Country Club E.tatri. NOLE IN

( degrees) 70 lots were offered for ark K.l.. Int. W4 1ME MAII601f

Only candidate with actual teaching; ex Twenty have been old and more are in virlouiit J \ C U!

perience. .*M negotiation. Thru homer art nearing

S Only candidate with 30 years executive romplttlon and more aff' Mi\u planned oo/lette Rood
On May 15th. 1MJ.! there will h* a III' aM'S
experience. 112
Inverse In prior We lUfvrM you Ml mir V.5.4%
Only candidate pledged to bring harmony and
If like
what
property you you cr SW rgwrres MAhet
within s'e ow re
school
system. HOWARD CARRH.! our nulw iniinniri-r. You Jlarraes leeb Ablate
Only candidate who has unlimited timeto may with to move up tu Country, fluli llvin.-

give this important post.
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10 ,COLLIER COUNTY NEW!
Local CAP Takes Part

S.ndij, May 3, 1964 Social Security


II' In Winq-\Vide 'Search'The
'
.
Important
Plays
RENEW YOUR -.:. ...
DRrVCR'S( LICENSE 1.: local ClvU Air Patrol CAP officers were up mostof
DURING YOUR '.- was flying out of the Naples Friday night fomulatlng flight
BIRTH MONTH/ Airport *> dawn yesterday, part.lclpfttRgmt'h plans. The first plan took off at Role In CountyAbout
dawn.
: ; e' annual Air Fore
effectiveness test for the Florida There was actually no missing r
plane, said Col. E.J. Campeau, sited on the local
: a
llIh, of nine stabilizing
of the "realthing" one out every
but the pressure "
bale "lost
Friday evening a
residents of Collier County Is economy.
accompanied:! yesterday'sactivities
.flAP aircraft" report reached the local
CAP headquarters and the with Air Force per. now receiving a monthly social Banks forecast that the num
lack of details of the area In sonnet around squadron head. security check according to ber of social security beneficiaries -
which the missing plane went quarters during the day to observe figures released by George win continue to Increase -
LUFF GMC INC. down necessitated calling three plans and methods of ex. ctt Banks, Sarasota Social SecurIty In the future, but at
CAP bases to participate In the ecutlon district and Ger
Trucks -, Parts the local unit and manager a much slower rate than In the
Planning by
search ald Boles, field representativeat
said that,
10 He
wer."lnall
-Service Naples CAP was directed to flights out in the search Fort past years
TEMPORARY search the southern one thirdof seriousness," Campeau said, Myers. nationally, the social security
the state The CAP out of "Just as If a craft was down and r U1 ,..il'Y The report listed the num- benefit rolls Increased from
LOCATION Lakeland covered the middle lives were In danger." ber of Collier County beneficiaries about 5 million people In 1954to

421 Ninth St., N. third and the group out of Ocala The search was still on at press as 2,268 at the end more than 19 million at the
.searched the northern third time for the NEWSThelocalunlt of 1963, an Increase of 388 end of 1963. This rapid growthIn
may or may not locate the desig Ielitsd' resulted -
over the corresponding figure the beneficiary population
nated spot set up In the test, but
to continue until at the beginning of 1963. The from major amendmentsto
search was
the
CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK dollar benefit amounts total the Social Security Act from
the Air Force, .
ordered halted by '.... -Mt"""'
'OFFICE Campeau said. It was expected to more than $1,900,000 yearly. 1950 through 1961.
DUNBARS of the day COXSTRUCTIOX of a swimming pool and necessary facilities got underway
last most
ti SUPPLIES this past week at Biff Cypress Golf and Country Club with completion Retired workers are the lar- He cited several amendments

expected about June 1. Roy Lewis, swimming pool builder and equipment gest single group of social security whlchextendedscclalse-
Brand newt All metal $8 Copter Rescues consultant, is the contractor on the new club facility costing about beneficiaries In the coun- curtly coverage toselfemployed -

Burn Proof Plastic Tap Desk up 12 Fishermen On $35,000. The trio at right checking plans are (\l-i) Lewis, Paul Neveis, ty. There are 1298 in this business and and professionalmen
v group and their old-age Insurance farmers agricultural
and Phil Daibjshue, Big Cypress Pio
grounds
superintendent, and other Asa
IIl'lUNESS MACHINES SALES REPAIRS Capsized Boat (NEWS photo) benefits total $107.308 workers, groups.
AND RENTALS FREE. PROMPT monthly. The following table result, several mill Ion people
UF.UVF.RSERVICE PENSACOLA (APTWelve shows the number and amountof whose work was brought under
715 ask A**. t4.. Ml I Wit plucked froma
were
fishermen capsized boat Saturday In a the other monthly benefits social security are now receiv-

... stormy predawn rescue. Conditions Not ReadyTo Columbia Names paid In Collier County, as of ing benefits. Others qualified
The chopper hoisted the men December 31, 1963. through amendments which reduced -
-' from the E. W. Fowler, a 74. Pulitzer Prize the amount of work need-
foot snapper boat out of Pensa. ed to get benefits.
MORE TO COMEIn
End Draft Hershey
cola.
The Fowler radioed for help Winners MondayNEW releasing the figures, One change--lowering the ageat
PETSBOARDING after going aground near here Banks pointed out that the Social which older people can get
Friday, night while trying to get WASHINGTON (AP) Lt. of meeting our requirements on YORK (AP)-Columbia: Security benefits are Important benefits from 65 to 62 -.accounts -
Into port. Eight foot swells were Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, Selective an entirely voluntary" basis with., University will announcethe to the community as for 1.8 million out of
running, with blustery winds Service director,.ald Saturday In a decade the 19 million -
l 1964 Pulitzer Prizes Mon. well as to the people who receive people now entitled
The Coast Guard said the hell- he believes there must be a' There have been complaints day for Journalism, letters, to benefits. The amendments -
copter, buffeted by high winds, considerable change In the International ., that the draft ay..em Is unfair them. "It is a fact,
drama and
KENNELS music. also Introduced
a
new
made four trips In completing climate before the Because the pool of eligible This Is the 48th of the he said, "that almost every
men exceeds the need,, year dollar of social security benefits protection under social security
the tricky hoisting operations United States can end the draft. young highly sought awards, which .
"We have got to get this na.,, some are called while others Pu. coming Into the coun- disability benefitsand -
were established by Joseph
lion and the world to the place,, are excused litzer. lIe died In 1911, The ty is spent each month In local 1.5 million disabled work
AVALON ESTATES Czech Students, where mutual fear Is tremendously ., The President said he was nut prizes have been Issued annual. businesses for food, clothing, ers and their dependents now
Red Police Clash different from now,"'' predicting that the military ly since 1917. shelter, and other essentials. receive benefits under the dls*
said Hershey In an Interview. manpower requirements could The prize announcement will In this way, the benefits have ability provisions of the law.
VIENNA Austria (AP> "I believe things can be bet., be met on a voluntary basis In
be made late In the afternoon
operated byWEST About 1,060 Czechoslovak stu. ter," he added, "but we ought: the next decade but that the stu., Trustees of the university meetat
dents clashed with Communist not to check In our gun until we,. dy "looks forward to that"' 2 NUMBER OF TOTAL OF
police In Prague Friday in a are sure" Emphasizing this point, Her.. p.m.Three will BENEFICIARY GROUP BENEFICIARIES PAYMENTS
)Journalism prizes
tumultous May day protest Last month President John., shey said he has "very definite
be based definition.
COAST DETECTIVE AGENCYP.O. on a new
.
demonstration against political son announced plans for "a very' doubts" that military require. The wording of the two local Retired Worker 1298 S 107,308Wife
pressure and poor living stan. comprehensive study of the,, meets can be met without some reporting prizes has been re.

Box 444, Orchard lane dards, reliable sources reported draft system and of related I! form of compulsion unless they vised to stress writing and the or Husband 331 14,531
today. manpower studies" are reduced to "little short of
function of the specialized re.
Avalon Fla. Club.swinging riot police The study, Johnson said,, a police force."' porter-the Investigator,science
Estates Naples | He said Britain Is Widow Widower 122 9,231
broke up the rally In downtown would "consider alternativesto finding It writer housing specialist and or
Venceslav Square and arrested the" present draft selection i, very difficult to keep her armed ,
PHONE MI 2.2886 about 15 students system, including the possibility' forces at a level of around 190. others.One prize focuses on generalor Mothers and Children 323 15,163Disabled
000 to 200.000 Klnro (ho_ draft. .
---." was droPjd-ther; : m -- spot news coverage, me om. .
Workers 183 12,214
er on Investigative or other spe. .
'Come people say we can
clallzed repotting In a single and Dependents
have forces of 1.5 million with.
SEE article or series. There Is no
out compulsion," Hershey said, distinction between the two '
"hut we've never done It." Now
prizes on the basis of deadline
the nation's armed services
as had been the case
number about 2.7 million, with pressure,

only the Army relying on the formerly.The wording. of the award for The Agency" With Personal. Services -

draft. :. ...Arl ,
public.service" -
.k 1 -- 'CheCJrloorin'i/. u ,M military,"I hare services'Mweyii" got ftflV'Wa! 'thbi?JlhV of! editorial has"meritorious been, cartoons iP tirted.and.lo"''l ilicKUW photo! I I !."T I .', ..,f..t, M( : .,"

four enlistments for each of out' outstanding
graphs, as well as
Inductions," Hershey said. A dependable aimcy, reipon-
; reporting. Ible for protecting you your
"This fiscal year we are goinf
; There were more than 625 ex. family, home cod butirwM
to deliver about 160,000 men,
TODAY ul| journalismcategories
hlblts In the eight spinal every humble threat
some 50,000 from last year. Thi I which bring $1,000
of lose through a planned program
services are going to recelvi; to each of the award winners. of protection guaranteed
some 600,000 to 700,000 men II The six prize winners in let. by eompenie of unquestioned

".. i.",. :......_ ..: (' ,\ srcr all, from the Inductions, volun,,| ters and one In music get $500 financial strength.
::: lIIt- ; M.y i '1 .4iiL: ,41 tary enlistments and re-enlist each.
"
ments.
: 1.
,

,. '
I Burma Gives Freedom To 500
"mUll Itlltl Ioc.trc .
\ RANGOON, Burma (AP- Most of the political prison-
.." Burma's military government era were Communists or fellow _
has freed nearly 500 political travelers arrested after peace (52 Sill A..*.. Seech
a prisoners and students from negotiations with the Commu. Phone 2-5141
"protective custody" In a MayDay nlst underground collapsed last Niolo. *, MerUe

amnesty. August




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ATTENTIONVOTERS
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rr 11 ns OF COLLER! COUNTYIf






m-'$ ..' '. You Want A County Commissioner Who:

', 'i ,
r. 1:1 9. \Vill work to conserve our animal and marine life and the natural

beauty of Collier County.

Discover the many charms of The Moorings by taking I drive through this

thoughtfully planned community attractive homes on homentes overlooking Will do everything possible to preserve and protect our fresh wa-

lush fairways and greens of the golf course or on winding waterways ter supply from pollution.

only minutes. from the Gulf of Mexico vii the Moorings Pus, plus a

beautiful 500 ft. beach owned by the property owners Will insist that ALL Drainage Dis.ricts be fully controlled by the

County

The Moorings Country Club Includes an ,18.hole Par 63 executive golf

course, a club house with complete facilities including locker rooms, sand Will do everything possible to encourage LIGHT CLEAN industry -

wich and luncheon facilities, and a well stocked pro shop operated by to locate in the County.

host professional Bill McDeviU Call Midway 2.5700.


In the tity limits of Naples with all city conveniences including sanitary Will strive to make your tax dollar go as far as possible.

sewcis. For information call ator

Then PLEASE VOTE Next Tuesday For

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YourDEMOCRATIC
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I THE MOORINGS OFFICE 2829 N. Tamiami Trail Midway 2.5102




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,; PUKLIC NOTICE :OLLIER COUNTY NEWS II



Sunday, Ma* I, DM
( SOLDI! NOTICE: OF PUBLIC HEARING

Th* public are Informed that ,.

THROUGHTHE TiTED publ c hearing will, bo held at th*

Courthouae' Eaat Naplaa: rJ.'lIrl PUBLIC NOTICI

WANT ADS II 19 A M Tueaday" May
lor the purpoae ol hearing any com. '
plalnta or reaaona why the lollowIng Sealed blda will b* received) byth

ahould not ba ro.toned aa d*. Commltalonar* of th* North

acr bed heralni I Naplea Fir* Control Dlatrlct at Ita

Block I 4 2 *f Millar Park Subdiviaion building. Wedneaday. May Ith atIN
Town of Immokala* aa P M. lor tha axtenalofl. *l KBheadquarter

per plat recorded In Plat B ok .li on South Street Pin*

CLASSIFIED MART peg* 10. Collier Count.*' >R.e.rd*, .R''..... .
and w'o r complete loot and apMlllca

Blocka I 4 2 of Fred Whldden.Subdlviaion '.100"" 'pooled John Snuff Com mi.*

I SWAPPED FOR Town of Immokale* M aioner "d-sflr* Chief' Poet OfliaaBoi

per plel recorded in Plat Book I. 1064_ *.
1M Record. Th* CamaMtalonar* reaerv* th*
M Collier County
J.09 IT THROUGH THE page and all blda with
The loreto ng to be r* toned) to right to relec, any
(lfA"Q CIA or without cauie end/or to eeceptth

QYY7 WANT ADS ''J. BOARD OF bid that In Ita |ud"ment will b.*

COUNTY COMMISIIONERSMargaret In th* beat Inta'ett of th* Olatrlct

/SEAL) T Scott Clerk lined Edward: J Fire. Halllcy Cammlaaionor PretloentOorg *
2-2107 ( )
Gelalar. .
\C-n Deputy By R W Clerk Baelty *fthufl Flro lecytrMtJohn ChiefApr

April 21. May 1. IM4 #lllNOTICE 12 I*. 2*. Mey I. IM4 41 102


OF iLi'C"H HEARING LEGAL NOTICE
- - - - -
The public are informed that NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

public hearing will be held at th* Notice I* hereby g von thit F>ubII -

Fla.. at will be hold by tha City
Cvurthouae: Eaat Naplet Hearing
1-AnnouncBmBntsPl.AZA IS-51.... Help Wanted I 38-Aulos For SaU 49-Housi For Rent 57-Homes For Sal 65-Gen. Real Estal 1100 AM Tueaday May 12. 144lor .Council on Wedneaday. May (. 1M4at .

tha pur pot a ol hearing any cam 10: SO AM. at the City, Hall

BEAUTY SALON MALE FEMALE IN EVERY WAY LAKEFRONT DUPLEX III. ROYAL HAtTttOlT"_ New lmontha 0. plainta or raatona why the lollowing 7JS Ith Street South for the purpota
OR 900 ISOO dn. |I22 I) per m*. 2 bedroom I beth I6T2 Jawal Bon Avanua. W.tar. thould not ba r* toned aa daacr of hearing complaint! or objoctlon
1UI E. Temlaml Trail MUST BE LICENSED EVERY DAY I aide rented for 19 per me. meiter bath hat detune dreaung front laawall. cantral haat and bad haraintBeginning to th* following, amendment

Midway 1.6671SIo.fl.Molors You'ro taler If you aalact Here a your chance to buy a room Large living dining aria air.. 2 bdrme 2 bathe, porch. at tha SW corner In to the Zoning Ordinance of tha City

REAL ESTATE your ne.l Uaed Car from our home and Income See BURTON Attractive efficient O E. k t: garaga. 11(150. Moving. muitaall NWui ol NW* ol NWU ol Section of Naplet. FloridaRevialon

: ACCBS. alock ol top quality "Spia and BROS. 121 Ird Ave. SoMl Chan Two car garaga. Central 4. Twp 47S. Range 2tE the point ol ol Section 2114. time

BE YOUR OWN BOSS Span* guaranteed Uaed Cara. 2S20I. ; 4/9 tf haat and .or cond Wall to wall beginning. : thence Eaat 142': thanca .. ..
BOAT BROKERAGE Coma In and aaa for youraalf carpeting and cuitem madedrapariet 1(51 Mandarin Rd t bdrma.. North ISO i thanca Watt 142 thane* "Section'tVl, .h.1I bo mndd" t*

EXCELLENTPROPOSITION 12 Bulck Invicta Wagon. RENTALS plua other otrat. 2 batha. cantral haat and air.. South ISO1 to point I ol beginningeiceptlng read aa tollowe .. .
LISTINGS URGENTLY Bucket Mali, loaded 271100S2 I..ulllully landtctped lot on porch carport Aaauma mort the Weat 10 deeded lor No building, In an 'F Multl fern

NEEDED! Chev Bel, Aira VI AT. 1 bdrm. 2 both home. unlurnlehed encellent aeawalled waterway gaga No cloamg coata. tl.500 00 State r grit ol way lly diatrlct thall aiceed thirty ((301

Bob Mertm, Ml 21757Brunk CALL MI 2-.I35Y PS R4.M. I owner 1195 00 1 blk from Ith Ave Can be Impacted between 1 10nd dn. III4M. Moving mull tall. and feet in he,ght and no building.

'Smith' Chrlt.Critt Sale' .,21.11 II Buick Lo Sabre 4 drHT 1129 per moI 4 10 1900 Bonlta Lene. Ml Tha Wtt 701' of the following conatructed In "F" Multl family

l If AT PS R4H 17100 1 4021 ./1. HI tin SI No I bdrma I d..crobad property' Beginning 114yda a HI net ahall contain mar* than

-- II Ambaaaador Wagon bdrm furniihed home neer YANKEE LANDING bath. firaplaca carport toed Eatt and 121 yda South oftha two (2) dwelling lloort.
SPECIAL b Caop
fact air PS PBR4H See Oete achool Available Mey hunting? Compere the ,invtilm.nl SI2.II4I. NW corner ol the NWH ofNW14 ARCHIE TURNER
23-Miic. For SU ekcitingnew ol NW* ol lection 4. Twp Mayor
19 ft. 19100 7. 1100 per mo .
flberglagg weterlrent Coopa
"Croaby"runabout. concept in 4M l6Ih Av. to Aqualana. 2bdrma
4rl Range >*E. thence Eait 141 ATTEST:
II .
Olda 4 dr AT PSPB on Chettpeeke Ave. in Oytter I batha. 'tninl Kant 4
twin 40 HP MAPS R.H II*}.00 I lIcIm lunl.h.. .pt. N. N.. Bey See it call air leraae. wata. ironl. IJI100. ydt: thence North 7S yda I Inchaa: Ned S. Wllaon
City County Tope II Rambler American pi... S90 p., mO. Burton Brot Ml lt'1 rZlo'after thence Weat 141 yda thanca South City Clark
Johnson motors with only XEROX Copyma: InatantlyCAPLES wagon. AT Fact air I IIS.00II ,..nl.l.sn heura, Ml' 2 1S17 ./21.11 *'l llth SI No J bdrma. 7* yda 2 mchaa to point of begin, :r'r.. May 1. IM4 #117
BLUEPRINTING Many other 2 batha. lara porch haat
Mr '
15 hrs. sine new. 2 18 Valiant. V 200 wagon mi
111. Ith Ava. So Ml I.2192 PS. PB. AT I2HOO Charming little bi mdcellln.. and air 117500. 1100 00 dn The lortgo'ng tracta t* b* r*' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

gal. gas tanks all controls, 1/1 HIBeeutiful 10 Rambler Super CARimAN REALTY 2 bdrm home on large rinD 113500 mo with la> and Ina. toned to C 2 Commercial Owner! REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME

etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail cuatom wood kitchencebmela aid. air IM.00M "Whar* CueUmore Son1Thlr atudded lot Leaiad for S11 per FHA. No cloamg' cotta. Healer Y. Petera Tha under*,gned doe hereby cerIlly .

Never uted. low priced Buick La Sabre t drHDTP month I*.900. termt. Burton BOARD OF the w* are conducting a cement
er complete packtf immediete Ml PS PB. AT 141$.00M .Friend*** 'Iroo. Ml 2JI2J. 411.1f 1270 llth St No. I bdrma. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS and allied.. product buaineaaat
2 Mil .uv.y'/I Lincoln 4 dr. HDTP 1 bdrm 1 belh home 190 from 2 bathi. |l.600 00 dn MOVE (SEAL) Naplaa. Florida. under the II*.

$1395. See at 1660 Mures H. 0. Revell trein with 4X1 Comp. equip' w fact air North Troll. MI2-6155. beech Central heating end e" 110700 RIGHT IN' No qualifying' : Margaret T Scott' Clerk titloua, nemo ol Patio Product of

Drive, or call Bill Tucker, train ley out 1M2 AllataleCrulaar 1 owner. above avg 1795.00M --- --. condo Merlowo end Beck Real month with tax and Ina By R W. Baatty Niplaa and that aaid firm la cam.

motor cooler,. Good Dodge Pioneer Wagon tore. 411 9th Ava. So Ml 2 9221. Lot Deputy Clark poted of tha tallowing pertone whee*
1 bdrm. furn. dream 21 Block I. Royal Harbor.
houaa
Midway 2-4295 Excellent April 21 4 May I. I 1964 ttlllNOTICE
VI AT PS R 4
condition 711 4th Ave. S. Ml H 10100 Each room haa glaaa I .1I.lh.1f overlooking bay aaawall. Coat nma, nd placaa *t rwidancaa are
11 Crown Imperial 4 dr. Hiding to)lowa:
aa
2 5220' 4/Ut 11500
aacrlica IM50
Buy! door I BEACHFRONT RESIDENCE
HD TP excel condo leading to large ecreenea : OF INTENTION TO Ralph Turner

INCOME TAX SPECIAL Lov. ...t. blu.. b.nd new. 1 owner 129!.00 porch Lovely bath with' aunkan ON .100' ol while aand beech Lot 14 17th Ava So. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME C. D Crawford
21 Ulnckaon Sea Skill, Flying SSO At WDm.n'. Club Th,11t It Pontiao Conv Ilia tub Near new Sea Gate 1 bdrm 2 beth garage. CBS lana. walarlront Aqua The underlined, doea hereby cer. C. M Crawford
cott 17.500aacrlllca
''dl.. .hnl Ch.,... h..d..I..p. ._. 4/3U/. AT. PS PB IMS.00 -School- Ml 2111-. 4/22.tlVKARLY with acreened in pool and patio. 16250 lily that they are conducting, aProoerty Ownerahip' ol Pali,* Product of

1. 225 H P Gray Marina. II Ford Cuitomllna t drRMH : RENTAL lutt. reduced. to 131..iO unlurniahad Maintenance buamaaa. atNaplaa Naplaa la fellowaRalph :

E.nll.nt .h.p.. Raducad to FOR SALE AT atck ..15.00II Thia la e wonderful buy Lot 11. Banyan Blvd H'gh lot Florida. under the llctitlouanemo M Turner (41kC
SI.500 cath lor quick, tale. Plymouth lavoy I dr. UNFURNISHED bdrm 1 % In e acarca Item May we ahowyou overlooking' Gulf Sacrifice' at of Naolea Property Melntenanro D Crawford 2SC ,
BURTON BROS Ml 22121 or ARTS ART SHOP wagon VI atick 149.00 bath raaldenca. I IDS par mo thia property -rl50 CARIBBEAN lb 50 and that aaid lirm la competedI M Crawlord 21%

51 Plymouth 4 drRIH J. W OYCHES REALTY, N th* following peraona whoaa namaa It la our Intention t* t
23137 &111.11 Homo Tahltlan lar. Stoola" and 1144 Ird It to. Trail Ml 2 6155.231hl.1I epply *
Liquor Cabinet Matched. Ml atlek 41100 M' VINCE CONBOY and place ol rat'dencea ar* la lot Ih* Clark ef tha Circuit Court In

2.1001 ./..*. II Cadllla 4 ar. AT ./? "'" Iowa: in* for Collier County Florida t*
7-Doflt Cats rBts PS PB P aaata. 58-Lots For Sale .1. Ronald C. Hunter regular tha eeld name et Polio
fact. air 749 00 Large 2 bdrm lurmehed houaa* :::. 1: ::rw.. III! Cocamit Circle. WHedv Product of Nap ea under the provi '

Mole Miniature Schneuier RegAKC S4-Mic For Rent with city water. Near Shadow. tnduttr Lola R.doD Road M. Hunter "'on* ef Chapter 2011 Lewi of

:.::r..1130f.'IC.diMinl.tu : Ml24J41 WOOD CHRYSLER lawn School Ml 2.>727. 4/21.51 (I Mi,. E of Airport en toned C.Ii0 III! Coconut Circle. WOwnerahip Florida. Acta el 141
/. St IRACE you..." '0' thlIl "Ulilul. I Ike ol Naplea Property W our handa, thla 24th day
tha flrat time you uaa Blue PLYMOUTH INC. 'Large bedroom new CBS Dupit. a 10 |2.so* with term). PUBLIC NOTIC1undaraignad Memtennnce, la aa lollowaRanald ol tDJ.I IM4
w Ih twin
'
French Poodlee. Twaekt Luatra to clean ruga, Rant alec beda. C Hunter S0% RALPH M TURNER
AKC S,Ivor malaa trie ahampooar II. Naplaa Fur. 2(40 N Trail Ml 2.(891 ,th walk in clateti, t le bath T eil Acre Lota 90 ISO Hedy M Hunter 10% C. O. CRAWFORD
w .Iodo"
Black female. ED 12312 : glen doora. living 1479..IHPOdn. bal NOTICI!' 0' INTENTION TORIGISTER
Ft III
nitura Co. I/I AIR CONDo IMI DODGE VI ,room tchan 4 d nette "or per .meDck It la our Intention to epply to C. M CRAWFORD
Myera. 4/2*.StFrench AUTOMATIC. POWER STEERING rondlIo".d. .I.clroe heat City Hill Broker IfICTITIOUI NAME the Clerk ol the Circuit Court In 90ROKOTV AND TAYLOR
Inlom.d Ih.1 tho
Poodle. female. AKCregatared MAY TAKE TRADE SEE water. PS /.OIly. Adultt. no Off ce et the H,Ihouae Co Th. Publlo to 'Ina and tor Collier County Florida toreeiatar ATTORNEYS AT LAM
26-Personal O. propoeaa ragialar the aaid name of NapleaProperty 1)1 Fifth Avenue. South
1 montha old coal AT 111 10th AVE SO AFTER K-V'; t *""" Ml 24J01 following fictitloua name under Ih.p.rtln.nl .
Maintenance Florid
P.M.1t53 f/jltltth under the Naplea iMiy
Houaebroken Ml '
black 2525
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS "Hardtoo DONT BUY OR RkNT Florida StatuteCOLLIER provieiona ol Chapter 20IS1 Law 1. 10 17. 24. IM4 #11* |
400.3t Men Women with drinking Mercury Stick UNTIL YOU SEE: PORT ROYAL Lot2J. Oil CARD COMPANY ol Florida. Acta ol 1941Witneta .
problema. write P. O Box 1(4 Shirt' with overdrive. 1179 Ml2U77 YANKEE LANDING leon Drive For tile er Trade The type of bua neaa to be engaiedIn our handa, thla 10th day NOTICE

12-HBlp Wantwd Nap.. Open meeting every 4/.o.sl E.citng unuaual fferentl A Write. Q O.ro.n.) Herbert ConnBY 2120 P..tRo.d. la the dlitr butlon ol peat .cardaanap .. ol April ItM The Hendry County Board ., <
loldara. albuma aouvenlr
.
Friday n'ght. g am., FlratBapt waterfront Ca op on Chotaptahe packa RONALD C. HIINTENnroY County Commlaalenera will receiveeeled
at Church Annex tf 41 -Trucks Tractors Ave in Oylter Bay. Leete w Ih OWNER: RESIDENTIAL booka and other related Ineidentel M. MUNTER blda until, HAM.. May 12.
HELP WANTED MALE 01'100" to buy. Burton Bret Ml LOT IN CYPRESS WOODS endeavor*. to ba located In Apr. 12. 19 IS May I. 1M4 #10* 164 for tha aala of tha following
AND FEMALE RUBBER STAMPS that make HIJiarMl 1137 J/J7 tf PRICED AT 11290 Ml 2171. Naplaa. Fiord. Tha ownerahlp ol --'--- Olamand 1 T Truck Tractor. IU '
Tool mikar*. repair and main a good Impraaaion Any anaOnedey I17MIM lor a brand new CMC TiMuTnlihed. 4/2*.4a the bualneia II to be vealed In LEGAL NOTICE: modal Serial 1 Number 44 1214 I
J'bdVm li
bio
ol tmall diet and Collier pickup truck Sure there a 2
tenenca com aervica County DONALD ARNOLD M* '
Brookelde Homo. let Fla. M F: Ihe7pT T3upTe 1orna7( NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Martin Trailer, yeer IMI model .
.
prettion, moldtElectronic H.. / gimmick t* N You hav to Real JOHN ARNOLD 50%
i IStrvictt Council, ol ofNaplea
the LB4T
Th..slty City Serial Number 1124
v pay |1S.II atata tax and buy Eatate Mart Ine Office phone See Oata School You have t* DONALD ARNOLD
Offered Ml 2.till. Model mak money on thtta lota. / will, hold Public Hearing Truck and trailer may bo Inapactad .
Technician, lor liconaa tag. Immediate I delivery home Ml9SS1 ARNOLD
/ / JOHN In the Council City Hall I at tha ....
production and aample work LUFF UMC. INC 421 thSt 1.1411 All for 14900 O H. LUFF CARROLL. r'm'\h\ : Hendry County
IMITH .
719 Ith r. Naplaa In LaBalle. Fl .
*
Reg R E. Broker
421 *
th It
N location
HU WAY IPRAY COSp.y Temporary Unfurnlahad: 1 "bdrm: 2 bath N. VEGA BROWN 4 NICHOLS Florida. at 11:00: AM.. on May I. The Board retervea the right toccept
M.nt.n.nn, m.n. MUll know P."t,". ..oth ,n.lock '0' 9/1. althlt I Brookalde waterfront home t/14* Sulla II. Balch BldgNaplaa 196*. to hear obectiona| of all Intereated or reject any or all blda.

.I.clonc, "p.or.. gravel raola MAfrl. apecialty Range. drapea. boitdock In. Florida peitont to th* confirm. HARVARD S. PARKINSON

FREE Licenied Machinery eluded Itt Fie. Rial Eatate 59-Acrgj Attornaya lor Riglatrant lion ol th* Preliminary Ataeaamant Chairman Board ef
Tool room loramanGirla 4 Iniured Art Schultha. Midway Equip. Mart In*. Office phone. Ml Apr. 21 May 1. 10 17. UM <112IN Roll for ttroat Improvementa aafollowt County Committionera.

for alactronie atiambhaaHEjLP 2.4504.T.I.pflon. _. 211 Model home Ml 21471. FIVE ACRE TRACTS CLOSE : My I. 10 IM4 #1!|

aarvictalao GROCERY STORE IIUt IN ON ROAD SURVEYED THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE RESOLUTION NO 1021 Paving
antweong
Enelo.. ...um. .nd .t.t. ... amall oil ca with a gn EQUIPMENTEverything Attractive well kept unfurnlehedhouee |SOOfl DOWN AND AECK TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ol tin Avanua Parkway between IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT

poetad ..I.y to box 1711 A.I.l'.11 apace and raceptioniat aarvice you need lor 2 bdrm I beth end W J30'OH AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY, 9th Stnet and 10th Street IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY
./ Call 24111 grocery or aundry aloraII Fie. room with b..ut'ul, view REALTORS 411 ITH FLORIDA All Interaatad pertone may ap.paac FLORIDA

WANTED Caaa n._Muatman 10 It Morton Dairy Maat Dlaplay Can ef Rock (Creek.. In pretty ..1.h'l 1 1borhood \IE. SO Ml 1.6221.2"'tl IN.tb.AIIICUY. ""'MO>> ivy and. 1,1., waittan obteeaion. t* IN PROBATE N*. MlIn

Cook Tien pit exp. E.p'd RENTALS I ft Warren Maat Caa* 1115 per mo 2447 Her. P r.TT"l rH161ii H1----- GERTRUDE LOUISE CARLEPlaintII the conlirmetion ol th ol* Public auch roll Hearing. Uponconclualon re' Ealat of

thort ordeV cook Waitreta and I ft Savega Froian Caa* ber Drive. Rock Herbor. Con tpwn. Cloae to Trail Sin pa. and th ol ARNT VANVIK deceeted
adjutlmanlito /
making any
Rollowoy & Baby BedaScraanoa1 lect: ANNETTE C WINNREALTOR. acre Terma v. NOTICE TO CREDITORI
.
dthwtaher. Aply In per ton atB 6' Hill, W.lk.ln Box 14 Collier County the .tteeement roll
preliminary
Wheel Reat 105th Ava. 4 Band Saw National GrinderToledo I2S Hit St B. Ml Real Eitale. Ml 2111 Open CHARLES CARLEDalendant All creditorc of the aeteto *l
g Crlba, HlChalraSlrollara 2571I ta deemed la be neceeeary by the ,
Treil, 4/21.51 Tondantar 30" lundaye 4/17 120 Council aaid' preliminary aaaaaamant ARNT VANVIK decocted. ere hereby
NOTICE
Meat Block 2 Toledo ScalaaA4W bdrm, 2 bath OF SUIT notified and required to file anycfalma
PorloCrlba.and route Itt *or !trailer or homtiTTe ::: over TO roll. at may ba adjueted ahallba
Root Beer Machine blocka from the beach Mini I acre trecta. 2M : er demenda which thay may
13-Halp Want. F.mle ether naeda for lhatounexpected complete. 11650 delivered. mum rental lor tummermonth with' electricity" acreI ecrotracta end CHARLES CARLECarle After conlirmed the confirmation of aaid roll. have againat aaid, ettile In th* W
THE HILHOUSE CO !. Ml I 24117. AvenueBalport lie* ol the County Judge of Collier
/ .
roada
Other b
tracta. aaaeatmont b within,
g paid
guaala.Delivery acreage Long laland any may Court _.
Dock Hill County. Florida, In the
PER 0 NAB L I WOMAN 120 dn 120 .
mo and without Intarett Therealtar
thirty daya
per up New
Radio Pd. 2 ..301.Mobile York Florida within .
OFFICE Ml at Eatt Ntplee, el*
GENERAL &
Fro Coll
WANTED FOR Pick-up er County Reel Eitete. Ml aiaaatmntt ahall ba
payable
You are hereby notified, that a
..
AND DETAIL WORK 54-Trad or S.ll 21989. col.nd., month. Iom tho d. ..ftho
Open Sunday. In thre* equal annual Inalallmentawith
Complaint lor Divorce, haa batn
.
.
ABLE TO TYPE THE HILHOUSE CO. ,,,.1 publlcotlon 01 th. .oIIC'
BE 2/lllfwtha
MUST "- Homes filed againat and you are required Inlereat at IK. per annum from ..
ENJOY WORKING WITH Rodio Rd. Ml 2-4303 TRADE FOR LOT Lerge I you I.ch cl.lm 0' d.m.nd u'l In
AND th ol aaid
KNOWLEDGE OF bedroom. 2 beth home priced acre rtecta. Ifo* dn. end to aerve a copy ol your Anawer enpiration thirty daya wltln. .nd mu.1 .t.t. tho place
PUBLIC HELPFUL W.nt to buy 1'//.' 10' Wid.. t 111 500 Mortgage 1900 per mo no Intereit |)SO or plaadina. to tha Complainton Iom d.t. 01 eonll.tlonV. nj retidence, and poet.office addreeeof
BOOKKEEPING RIP-RAP SEAWALLS I C.II MI 2.4509. peymantS7 P. WOOD. J,.
Plamtill
APPLY IN PERSON AT COLLIER 411'TI. | per mo Wint city lot One mile from Golden Oete tha a Atlornaya tha the claimant and muat be awornto

COUNTY NEWS ADVERTISINO ., with cob.n. .nd c.,. CARIBBEAN REALTY, 1790 N City. Collier County Real Ea1IH Law Firm ol IMITH. CARROLL City Manager by tha claimant hi* agent, or hi*
and ROCK GROINS I.t.. M I I...... VEOA BROWN 4 NICHOLS Balch Apr. I*, My 1. 1964 #11'|
DEPT ASK FOR pert for rent or tale. Nice lecation Trail Ml 21199 Op." .un.... attorney or will become void e<-
-
MR WYATT OR MR 8HUTTS Ml 14199 or 22712 4/21, th..1155Storel 2/16I1wth. Building Naplaa. Florida. and Matha cordng to I.w.MARTH .
aeowolla docks LEGAL NOTICE
Crooaol 127.11 Immokelee original tharaol In tha office of WALKER
ecree on Rd
Woman to do I h.hl houtework ) 17500 caah Your chance for the Circuit, Court ol Collier County. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Admlnletratrlx ef thaatlate
one grain a
and cook 1 meal I hour* daily plan Eaat Florida. balor e I* hereby given that
Office good Invoetment CARIBBEAN at Naplet on or p-: :: of Ant Venvlk
week. 45-TraiUrs For Rent Hearing will ba held by .theCity
1 daya a
or 1 hour* MARATHONDREDGING REALTY 1790 N. Trail Midway th* llth day ol May 11(4 If deceeied
Phone Ml 24104 after I pm IfWantad 2(191. you (all to do aa Decree Pro Con Council on Wedneaday May ., Tom Treedwell and I
4/21.tha.tf
Office' No 2nd BalchBuilding
Trailer* II week with TV atory latao will ba taken againat you lar UM at 10 00 AM.. at th* City Hall Carl A. IwenaanIS1
Full time aecretery CO. 111 50 Mo. 1170 JrdSt
lit wek Spacaa IS a week per SOMETHING DIFFERENT'lNNOW the relief demanded In the Com 711 Ith Street South. for thapurpoaa
Building
with i..p.I.nc. In typn.. IIInl.bookk..pn. Rock Creak Trailer, Park So Watkma Barkau, 101Ith ACRIAGI of hearing complaint! oroblactiona Pepperd
Iiiy Dredge Dragline pl.inl. Florida
and dct.ton. Ava. So Ml 21141. Neplet.
4/2ltf I ecre tracta located ta tha following atreet
wee'k month DONE AND ORDERED at EaitNaplaa Attorneya lor Admlnletratrl..
with 1300 per lilt.tfOlfca
and Dollar Work. .. lyet one mile i from US' 41 Collier Florida name chengealIMh : IM4 tl4l
atirtlng celery lor qu.hlad, Drive I County thlatha May 1. II 17. 24
en to thla j of
properly with Avenue. North oaat thaTamlaml
paraon Submit, complete reaume Airport Rd Ml, 2-4323 48-Apts. For Rent Space 12 It ft Far your own cer end compare itdownuH 10th day of April A 0 I 1964. Trail

to PO Box 725 NapletFla Rant at 149 par me CoeatColony *' /MARGARET T. SCOTT Change to Orchid Drive

421.51E''c..nt SEA WALLS Sabal Shore I Bldg, 115 9th Ava *e : ll" for Clark ol the Circuit Court 2nd Street bo' .*. "th Avenue.

..om.n ...nIOO lor ... Apta t, further Information contect: ol Collier County Florida South and Cantral' AvenueChange
:
...'Ioon.Mu.1 CONCRETE WOOD ROCK YEAR ROUND LIVINQ D' T' Jonet Enterprleet, IMITH CARROIL. VEGA lI
., n..bl.. .....t.ro.1 to Qc, \ CivaBroad
Modern, one bedroom end afticlency Midway 2 9J40. P Bex t BROWN 4 NICHOLS
b. .klIad, .t typnl, ..ndIhnl Foundation Piles Avenue. South
57-Houss For Sabcvprete Suite II Balch Building
.nd h.v. .horth.nd 0' Apta. furnlahed TV Have acreage ju.t M* 'ft' TIT Naplaa. FloridaAttorneya Change to Gull to Bay AvanuaMoormga -1
fo, Sw cable In Monthly or year of Golden '
equv.l.nt.ODd ..I.y Docks-Mooring Whips Gete Ettttea end Unit .1Change
I.t.ud.y. round. Ml 2 4491 Kelly Rr. and S20.000 "om. lor ""y SII 100.W.II 1172 It. E lor Plaintiff,
w..k Includn. ol State Rd to one Wedge Way or
SSI
6'" d.y Apr. 12. H 21 May 1. l(4 .I01IN
Areca Ave. buill. lledoom. 2 b.th..
9/1.tl
,
.. P.t tm. to b.n. lull SAG EN Automatic drydockaABBOTT Will trade for houaa Write Wedge Drive Topl' s
Apply ..t,. I.,.. clo..t.. L.,.. P 0 Box Sanda Unit 2 ;1
tlm. po..loon. lalar FURNISHED 412, Brandon PI'*. COURT OF"THE;; Coquina #
panelled living CIRCUIT
room THE
G..t.. Naplaa Chambar 01Comm..ce 11.0.11 Delete H b tcut Road and change _
4/2.tlWantad Radio Road EFFICIENCY dining ,room kitchen end hall. IJTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND to Mure* Drive to eatt and Muraa
Stove and COUNTY FLORIDA
refrigerator end FOR COLLIER
: 2 lad aa wall acquaintd 2 (042 24M1 1471 TWIN BEDI. MEDIUM SIZED practically new waaher Included 61-Income Property IN CHANCERY Lana to Plat tha north .\ 5.,.,.. ol Your Doctor o4 Ileo'teiB*.

In tha community lor lull LIVING ROOM PATIO ON Screened porch on front NO 1037 Original Your Ural' Medical Society aad U*
South Breed Court Siith
Change t '
THE WATER TV riurida, Medical AMOCUUMM.
CABLE
of part tima, .work Muat hove Carport end lerge workthop on GLADYS M YINQLINQ and
REPAIR Com Centrally located laundry ..nd.donnl Lana North and change North
I SHOE -
Bo. l>37 A 2. VIC OVERLOOKS NAPLES BAY ., .
Writa d .
UM of car Deep well end pump for VIRGINIA W THORWARDPlamtilla
endrallnlahlng atore
plate Shoe Service Dyeing PRIVATE DOCK FOR BOAT building with Broad Court to Broad AvenueNorth THE BATTERED CHILD
Young eecrotery lor law olle.. 12} tin Av* So INQ 4 FISHING) Ml 1417 torlnkling lewn 10 X 117 lot Income. Marlowe and BeckReeltort .

E p not raquirad. Ml 24200 Naplaa. 4/2191 Owner haa been trantfarred up 411 Ith Ava. So Ml V.MILbRID Rename Circle
4 17:tf elate and wlahaa l.mly to come > 9"l I/Ufa P. PURVISk/. Continue Second Street from Centrel "The Battered Child Sndrom -

EBB TIDE AKTS. live with him. Can be aeen et MILDRID CANTRfLL. ET AL Avenue to llth Avenue. South ." ii term becoming
a
lilander
p.rtm.nl.Clo.
36-W.nted To Ivy any time by calling your lav .. to AND ALL PERION, CLAIMINQ ,
Continue Drive
Gordon
I
W > d Mile Modern furnlahad efficlenelea, onto raeltor or offer 4PM. beach and ahopping Owner. III. ,.NY EnATf. RIGHT. TITlIOR Road Bey more and more familiar to th*

14-HBlp .n WOULD LIKE TO BUY A and I bedroom apt*. ISO a ma and wetlendt by |ut driving good terma Marlowe and Beck I"TIRUT OR LIIN UPON Royal HerborChenge phyucun A lyndromt 11 i get
Kelly Rd 4/ZI.tf bv corner ol Diene Ave. end Realtori. 411 Ith Ava to Ml THE RIAL PROPIRTY HIRIINDESCRIBIO.
of which together
OUTBOARD Lana Bonn occur
lavarmanwatch GOOD 7H M P. Bonlla to lymptom
Dradia erawman > 9221.
llth St N. White houie '/| .it, ANY
angmaara. mataa. flack MOTOR AT A REASONABLE 2 bedroom furnithed el ciencypt trimmed OR Court change Mullet Lene to Mullet A battered child it one
hand* and ahoraman Apply at PRICE SEE GLENN TURNER No pet er children, Ml In aqua 4/101t PART THEREOF. Court: Change Dolphin Lano with injunei from
COUNTY HEWS. 2 1117 or Ml 2.9**>. 4/atl MOORINGS Delendanta to Court ranging
j. B. Fraaar 4 Sona. Inc Mar AT COLLIER: DELIQHT 64-Watrfront Property SUMMONS Dolphin krimei around the face and
ao laland 4/2*.ItQanaral Furmahad apt lor rant. IIS per Three bedroomi. 2 bath can SUIT Lanlern Lake lection Part Royal
tral heat and air conditioning NOTICE OF Continue Hall Moon Walk and do. head to broken limbi. It icemiunbelievable
Man IMpvrianced SaUO week Inquire at 1409 CreechRd
Maintananca 18-Autos For Y" KII'I LAHOINO to.t.lI. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
In painting Apply 4121.11 Carpeting throughout except 2 .... I.t. Anchor Way that even
bedroomi kitchen In concoptoon ,n w.I., MILDRED P PURVIS /k/ V. P WOOD Jr. nClddlb:

m paraon Maintananca Hoapital DaptNaplaa W WARRANTY Fio".h.dbedroom apart: eluding. ditpoaai; Complete and dithwtaher : :;:::: .:&'o' .c m: :..:.:v MILDRED CANTRELL City, Manager th* moil enraged ,
Community t Colomo Court would abua child to
IH4 Corvair 4 Dr Mont men! Huge kitchen Nice tcraened porch, Paved 501 ATTEST io a a*
4/30 It AT, R4MB and bath. Ml Hlm. 2/29.tf lod., ., 0011 .urlon aoo MI Rock Fella. III no a .
1300 miloa driveway aoddad lawn land 1211. .It., ou.. MI 1314 Ned S Wilton. Deputy City Clark cam* injurie requiring a ph*
Savmga For acapedS Phone Ml 2104 efter AND ALL PEPSONI! Apr. I*. May I. IH4 ll(
WANTED g 'rent lerge furn ahed apt 1/27 If ESTATE ncian'i car. Yet the fact i II
1963 R.mblor CI..... I bdrm Twin Granada PM: CLAIMING ANY
Laket. MS
ENGINEER SURVEYOR AT. R'H .*.> *. '. RIQHT TITLE OR INTEREST apparent and Irgal authentic
i. :: ::
It. Blvd :
Hava part lima f.-: fuM lima W..on NOW' 4/24.tfSAIAL 2 bedroom home1100 with : : t :. IN OR LIEN UPON THE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT are doing aomething, about itAs

work for na t waaka atganaral .ey.nChTyEf, 1"5 0. IHOHk APT terma. Hlh Ava. Naplea Park ..ton'd, '..uto'ull I..d...,. REAL PROPERTY HEREIN IN AND FOR COILIER COUNTY, a tint gtitur* to diacourag -
euggettione for Elf Rdnd Ml 11440 .01 U& 000 1..II.nt lo"on ANY FLORIDA
layout 4 Or. cianciee eve table Kelly /21.4t <.n. DESCRIBED: OR
developing ecraego. Part highland 1960 Chevrolet At VI I2t 00IMi Arete Ave. Ml 2 44SSJ24 t.1I C.pt. lurton. Imp..1 PART THEREOF IN PROBATC thit deipicabl happening,
frontage. Near Hardtop Sedan II'u.h.d ProP.rt.... Mf 2 'U' .11., IN RE: EITATE: OF Icgialature
part watar DEFENDANTS. GREETINGS atat* are paiaing
Rambler St W.*enAT 14 out of II of our retirement .b.oOI,.. .., BURRUSDeceaaed.
bv areee Intereeted partypfoata Radio 11101IM2 hem* aold on Michgan Ava. 2..UJ7. .m.1I You ere hereby not,I ed the a JAMES HENRY law* requiring phyticiana andhoipitili

write bnal ...peroonc.ocod HT Pku Only I remaining, at III.47* in. proceeding to quo' title haa been
Chevrolet P I lid'.... Adult. NOTICE TO CREDITORS to repot I to appropriate
cara or thla nawapapar Reconditioned 11" 00 MI 22m ., 'It eluding landecaped lot acraened U-On. R al EttaUBY brought m the Circuit Court lor of authoritie; all
Bon 1717 00 .".** nly Collier County. Florida. age,net allparton All crod tore ol the aatata caae ofphyncat
list Pontiac, St wag 1/J4II porch elr condo Bee thetehomee JAMES HENRY BURRUS deceeaedare of
attata. r ght abua children
00 *
lOtS before buying eny retire claiming any
AT, Radio notified, end required toMe
APPOINTMENT hereby
HT mint hornet CARIBBEAN title or Interetl in. or lien upon brought to them for treatment
,
INI Chevrolet 1 demanda which
bedroom claima er
with a 11410* ncir."IID.lioT! Weak' erMonth REALTY, 17SO N. Trill, Ml J oath heute Ideellor the following detdV bed reel property any Honda in
Reconditioned aaid .aalat In pioneered patting
). MlJ 2191. family with children ofhgh tituate in Center County. Floride they mey neve agamtl
IMI Fateon SedanId 2102 er Ml 2.lit* 4'I.th..11 acheol age Nue lota. to wit, tha o c* *f the county ludge efCollier uch a law during th 196Jteuton

Shilt Radio 7H M1M ton corner Uth Ave. N. t DiBROOKIIDC County. Florida. in the court of th legttlatur Major
BetterHomea *
low cost .. .. Lot IS Block I. Naplet
HT pkup4WO Owner large furn ... erl.ciency .
Wlllya NICE RETIREMENT HOME .". Av. Plet Boot houae at Eait: Naplea. Florida within the
recorded in credit for
H5 DO Air cond Stoncraft ea tparking move-
4 Dr Apt. Ml I 418S or Ml 2 272 Brand new 2 bdrm CBS onTreil horn. I bedroom 2. Pege 10*. Cell er County Reeo aia. calender montha Irom th* leading to th* law'i
Chavrolat merit
ISI Terrec f firtl of thia
ADCUSSintO III.*M CARIBBEAN *. |H bathe Quiet Io .dt. Flondi dale th* publication
WANT Bat Air Sedan V* HIM Modern T bedroom unlurmtned REALTY, 17SD N TreilMl colon end requ red le Ml not,ca Each claim or demand mutt belong! to a newapaper.
ere hereey
Itsl Chevrolet 4 OrVI 4I5eo APARTMENT w.th com. 2 IIS9 4/*.tha tfI JACKION ST. 2 bedroomi. I with you the Clark ol '.041 Court your ba In writing and mutt etete th* fUll Timet-Unioii of

AT plat kitchen. heir beach and bath horn* -. Furmahod. Ideal written appeerance ,Iperaonally. erby place ef ,.dance and potlofdeeaddreaa Jacksonville which investigated
DISPLAY 1'5' Studebakar Lara 19 th Av So Ml of tha claimant' and mutt
lor retired
mopping | oner
.bdrm.. t bath CBS with couple attorney) in end proceed ng
4M M and of
4 Dr. Sedan 2.Mil 4/21 If HM ba awom la by the claimant hi.* the problem ran a lerwi
ol May
1957 OMa Hardtop Sod large acreened porch. Double -e Neple* South and Modal before the ISth day th.nI..nt agent. or h'a attorney or it will article i I by Mr Robert UcCmly -
1
At Radio ... .. I lIcIm. tv'.I...... .pt. N.., garage. paved driveway. IH" rtomea *n Ditpiay (when. data ahall ba not late become vod eccording ta lew i
ttafl writer
more
lotl. aodded. In Sor e'ghl (21)) daya nor ,
completely
AI.I S7 Portia SedewI 645 GO lI..c"t .nd ,".'OPI., >.I"I' W..kly.' ,.nt. Oardana. The it t brand Remember tell,". _to contact rent. buy *r th.n .,.ty 1601 d. .. .tter tho DATE April II BELL IU4AGNEI BURRUIEiecutni Such a law it not intended toditcourag

1'-.011 un D CUI = lo.f. new White, ker end Ntcholoehome taauance of thia tummonal andthareeftor voluntary reporting
*
of the will el
Complete 122. 4 CARIBBEAN Lucille Ottt Laeh Brown to file tervica. en thaoppoamg
noweJfIUlllIISTAIICI" \ Sedan 125.. "J i intended became
M M OMa in REALTY, 1790 N Virgil Marcwm. Bob countel and tile, with ..od JAMES HENRY BURRUSDeceetod by other It ,
M Jaeger
\\SJ 15 Anglia Sedan IH 49-Hous for Rnt Trail. Ml HISS 4/1.tha.IIKverything Clerk your written d..n.... if any. of th* terioutneia of UKtituation
Sedan It 1*. 1M4
1 157"7 Dodie Ford Conv I** f. DEWEY POLLY to the complaint it the t,me* pre Apr I Miy #11'LIOAL to nuke reporting

you would want Ine ten bed by lew. therein ..IInl up i
IMIM2 mandatory on
IM Ford Conv 14. nm'ALl waterfront home. CIS. 2 REALTY the etlete. r ght. title er mterettin ADVERTISEMENT catet physician*
Chav. Conv JJ bdrm .. A > NOTICE TO BIDDERSSealed the intlitutiont wher* phy-
... 141 Revere* Cycl rCondi er lien upon. the above deter bed'' or
....
'_ CedII.. Open houee I.I P M 2121Ouifview cleimed by you Herein bide will b* received by Kiant'' tcrvice* ar* provided.
INC.ttlt Corner ef property
.
=:= = = INGRAM CHIVROLET. lJUIA Drive 9/1 let Ave. No. A enteredagaintt the City Council City ol Neplea.Florida '
will be
'" 1..101N.pI. ARTMIHTI'UR'UIHID. Temlaml TI:I IMl tail not or (udgmeitt There are catet on record of
It. N. en Wednesday May 20. IM4at
fiaa maiaiina
mtoa The beet VndrblTt you by dtfeurtWITNESS
bruited
... .1. buy in infant and children or
fdebria
HU6FROM and aael elaaid I* M A M lor th* clearing *
C*>-*Kiw4Th 1HZ Cfo...'.... d,. V.. ,..u., UNIfURNII ID.YIAR. Beach..1.I ..bodroom.. weterfrenthome Court at my Naplea hand. Florida. th tIth undarbruah dead traec end battered even to death byadulti
Will Your
IIAION.
.. trode
.. .. .ut iC t,._.. of l4 palmetto* Irom II Me within the in whot* car* they hav*
.ui". term* O H. LUFF R E. day
Hilhovst Co. ._. PFIu.tof. _n.... '11"MI Broker, 421 tin SI Rig N 1141.jred M LITTLE AI"tTDT SCOTT Cot, ol Naplm. Specification.. Bid been entrutted and thit include
J. W DTCHCS REALTOR
61'1,11HZ ... and location of lot
th
1.1701. : : Clerk C,rcuit Court Forma may
.. ....... 1M.. .. .. R' ba obtained from th* jffiee ol th* ) prentt, Although jutti<*
........, W"TER'RONT HOME 2 II... ICLERKS SEAL
...
of A.--' .... It.... !W.iIIIl H. ,...... w_ ...... ,... 1164 Id I". 10.MI ,.._ J lI.t". ,........ ,oom. CJL SPARKS. By: INE* MAGILL City Manager. City Hell, Naplea.Florida It achieved when Ih* guilty
.... tow mtni 1.1462IIltto Deputy Clerk during working hour* onet are properly I pnntthed byth
..drt_" t -
orVir Ml *14104* .lter I PM. :: :f..c..::: :;::1 : for' WALTER Q SOROKOTVAttorney The City reaervea the r ght I* due procette of law th
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all ,
Priced el 111.900. Owner GIANT FOREST tor pla >.,HaNaplet raiect any ttr bid* of
I/ZLtf ....,.... ... ... ana V P. WOOD JrCty marki and tear luch injurici -
I ..... tv, ..... lou* t* tell CARIBBEAN .,. .... Au.AU. _th
iM BUICK FOR SALE, III*. I ....,.... ........ tv,.._. C.IIa REALTY, I7N N. Trail Mlt TtfFlRES Florida Maniger to helplett children may be

r 411 lath AVE, SOUTH ,. 2.JItI .ltor .: I' .... -IIS*. 4/21 tha tf GROWl Apr 12 I*. 2*. M., (H4 .!* May i IM4 *117 carried for life.

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I : : i : ".. !2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS

I Sunday May j, imSpringTime

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. When TV Shows
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.' \afa4S.: ::"! .
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0" } Are Given Ax

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. 1 ( ) Y HOLLYWOOD (AP-To most
AI : .. : mortals, spring is a joyous time
but 'tis not so to many workers
of the television vineyards. ThisIs
":..! when the wine turns sour.
Some of the casualties are

t veterans withered that and have died. 'Most nourished are

C' \ b one-seaeon entries doomed by
.. PANTRYPRICES malnutrition of ratings. Many
.
.. .
went unlament.ed.
of the passings
/ "'
/ : ; ; ,WU.\1fkiWJ, But a few series had stout
FTT champions who bombarded the

'J" networks no avail with protests, alwaysto

The Jerry Lewis Show, "100
Crand," "Harry's Girls" and
lY +.i: Clynls" were mercifully can.
reled early In the season To the
others, playing out their final
weeks, this ode of farewell is
EFFECTIVE directed. The networks assure

MOM., 1lEWED., that these cancellations are
final and Irrevocable, subject to

1\.... '. ..... ...... ;. i:,:.'';'<..:.:.'-...,....:..h', > .{. MAT 4, 5, 6, 1964SWIFT'S :"-.anje The Knell without has notice struck for"11th
.t... ,..,. .." .'. .'" I" .. ;.:- : ::.>.:aO.I.. .... .
.. :' .. ..." ..:.. *..:... : '..::<." .to f.o. ..n Hour,"

':tr.''" : 1 .hl.j[ ::''.: ... :. i .,_ : :.:.:.!iJ k _.-1 [ the And Ivory, "Charming"tower climbs' up

"Jamie Me Pheeter. "travelsare
over,
"Temple Houston" goes out to
-I e PREMIUM PROTEN
clover.
BREAKFAST CLUB *- TENDER-AGED GOV'T.-INSPECTED "The Greatest Show on Earth"
WESTERN BEEF SALE! El will be no more,
Porn' HEAVY S "Espionage" and "Great Ad.
EVAPORATED venture" head for the door
The last dead end faces
: FULL CUT "Route 66,"
"The Price Is Right" has run
MILK out of tricks.
It'. curtains for Edle Adams
I- STEAK and Sid Caesar,
ROUND
M "The Fight of the Week" lias
been hit In the beezer.
"East Side, West Side" won't
1.
1 w-: -_ be around the town, .
Moore and Richard

I I L -. 7.\::\ in our meatSwift'i delJt. tumbling Garry Boone down. have come

Too bad that "Grlndl" soon
Premium Sliced will be unemployed;
Ib The fate of "Twilight Zone"j
jCI Dried Beefs
/ consigned to the void.
1 Judy, Judy Judy-It's sad to
see her go;
4 pkg49c It's well-earned retirement for
:. PUBIIX the Danny Thomas show
; "77 Sunset Strip" faces evlc.
M.IlltCT tlon,
The title "Breaking Point be.
.
o clfitrif specialsBreakstone's
-- comes an apt prediction.
Sour Joey Bishop's dumped "Show
of the Week" closed,
Sour Cream Phil Slivers' bumped, "The
Lieutenant" deposed.All .
OOO>FREE i IOO
are swept away rating'sthe

Green Stamps pint 39 C To reason.their replacements Better
1.hI .**4i PRELL.CM_.w SHAMPOO M d>M*..: I iv ': cupPillsbury luck next season.

forg size $1.00 + hk;' S or BM Baking Powder
rYrlrN! W.. KUr S, IM4 rt: h r e Red Germans
F B rop+ Biscuits
000000000000000000 > b
: Relent In New

2 8 0%. 35CI
10 0"W.rIA 11O 0 cups Border Hassle

Jfll Green StampsNES"TEA' i. BERLIN (AP) Communist

I NrN a1wNSTANTTEA..._.1: o frozen> foodsEye authorities pressure Saturday relented in under the latest U.S.

k* border hassle, hauling down
Jar $1.29 M z''' fa Blds Eye Leaf or Chopped East German Hags from loco.

I;;; "'.. _., .. .... rt:: SpinachSO motives for two U.S. troop
ftnHl/l A ft A ft ft A A rtrtAftAAAAA fil trains bound for West Germany
.. The May Day nil dispute
S caused a four-hour delay at the
A 5 10 ox. $1 East German border when the
000 FREE U i50 J JJffl : pkgs. U.S. train commanders refusedto
let the transports cross East
Green Stamps ; w Aunt JemimaYUIAN German territory while the pen. f I
dr waY r.. Ilrd_.6 nants flew .
WafflesLibby'i 1 Shortly after midnight, the i
INSTANT COFFEE East Germans provided engines ,I
5 es. far $1.09 without nags and the trains ''I i
..., made undisturbed trip
ITM w. m>r an
oz.
JtJlX.tCJCJ:9 $1 across 110 miles of East Germany .
: .
Western observers viewed the
Incident as another attempt by
f o o iJoirn produce Intic the East Germans to establish
; additional precedents for controlof
I Green : Florida Yellow SweetCORN the access routes to West
Berlin. The Western Allies do
I KA7-;;';" not recognize: the East German
tl5ome"T.r.A.m50 3JX C
stan'PJ regime and have resisted the
59 e
20 ft. roll 10 ears Communists' tattles of trying to
..lrM Wri.. .V the whittle Isolated away illy.Western rights In

The two trains-one bound for
HI Frankfurt with 144 passengers
I5Jomllp'R A I50 Tangy (limit 2 per customer with purchases of $3 or more) and the other for Bremerhavenwith
eight-left West Berlin
". 19C shortly after 8
; Juice p.m.
J" Gree Tomato can At the Potsdam border point,
.111,111. w1. East German authorities pro.
STA-PUF U' Pride of Georgia Freestone (limit 2 please) both vlded locomotives as usual but
sta"PJ
engines new East German
half got 2Yz 19Kobey's e Hags, apparently In honor of
NrirN 1'YMr' .. Peaches May Day.
.Q o o can Thetrain commanders
Jammed on the emergency
"-'"
brakes when they noticed the

+'-rIO UUU,lXTRA1C"XlC'SI l l 0 Potato Sticks tall lOc 1 1 + tiered 1 ':So The the locomotives East Germans away or.,

can leaving the cars stalled on thet
f J7Grtiten/ :arks< In the Berlin suburb. A
MA/JIILIrw/pd.N 4 Soviet offkcr was seen nearby.
GLEEM TOOTH PASTE WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE The East Germans told the
PJ Yuben R's If Dn LA commanders: their carswould
1 Ib. ..
site 83c
family
not be
d r w./.. Mrr I. tN/ CoffeeNttllo . . . can 89 ,. ., unless the Americans allowed to gave proceed In.
I 4 The East Germans customarily
JCQ )
t KX ( Quick :
1 ;b STORE 1I0l'HS01OOJ'IXTRA"X1nrI provide locomotives for the

= Cocoa . . . . pkg. 43 .'I on. 4Th urs. crossing.The .
=
VIID1X[
0 U.S. commanders
Swlh'l rr.miymBeef ape
... .. 24 0:. B 8:30 6:30Friday poured to be under direct order

Stew . . . can 49 to hold their ground.
Jftl Stamps
Green MARK 6 T Sources said the East Ger.
.111 611__d tYrdw.1 Swift's Premium CorntJ 151' Ot. ; 8S 6:30.9:00 mans tried the same thing on
SWifTS pitEMiuM T-Y PARTY LOAF I Beef Hash gun 39 a Loop train bound from West
.I. Saturday Germ lI) to West Berlin Friday
C5. 39c r
.11. pkg.
SwiH't rrtmivm morning soldiers pulled
U.S.
Nllr 1. txl oz. 8:30 7:00 it",.n the banners and the train
2 V9;: 45
)Ow'o. o E Vienna Sausage .'.tlllued t on Us way.
Under agreement
a postwar
v..tl! the Soviets, the Allies have
r jd. rail and air access to west
B1 i I'n. For years the Soviets
t ""I sought to win recognition
f the; East German regime byt
; ;. c, (!r ontrf I of the
tl tie East Ge r mar.S.



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Meet The .
Candidates .
Methodists I ,I!\. "

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Drake Opposing Hancock For Give OK ToIntegration l.l ''.. Jfenn*



I ef\ > SECTION B Sunday, May J, 1944


District 1 Commission Seat : Recreation Presbyterian

PITTSBURGH (AP) Dele. w
rates to the wotldwlde Method. Women To Hold
clslon of the Circuit Court of | 1st General Conference voted ac. CalendarMONDAY
Leon County that the Naples I cepUnce Friday of a voluntary Luncheon May 6
Ft. Lauderdale toll road bonds [ racial integration program for ,
The Women's Association of
are valid. I would be opposed the church. 1:30 p.m. Adult tennis class.
to the construction of a road The more than 900 delegates r' Gambler Park. the First Presbyterian Church
from Naples airport to Stan approved the proposal by an 2iOO p.m. Senior Citizens will have a luncheon at 12:00
shuffleboard Gambler Park. noon Wednesday. May (, In
overwhelming margin. It call
a Road 29 at this time. 1 In
for merger of white and Negro ...:. ... 1 5tl5 p.m. Adult beginner golf Spencer Hall of the Church.
such would
my opinion a road church subdivisions on a strictly class Dig Cypress golf course. Mrs. John W. Stump will lead
serve no useful purpose to the voluntary basis. .74,;, the devotions.
J citizens of the county when secondary +1 In effect, the church's all-Ne. TUESDAY
Mrs
l! rA James Snyder of Fort
road funds are so ur gro Central Jurisdiction! em. 1:00 p.m. Senior Citizens
gently needed for other projects bracing some 375,000 Negroes, ':' bowling Brookslde Bowl. :Myers will review the book.
would be eliminated. 4tOO p.m. Advanced tennis "TaUe My Hands", the storyof
7. TRAIL FOUR-LANINS- Generally, Methodist observ. lass Gambler Park. Dr. Mary Vergheaeby
I have in the past and will con era described the action as 7:30 p.m. Adult tennis class. Dorothy Clark Wilson. Mrs.
tinue In the future to strive moderate. No enforcement ma. Cambler Park. Snyder was a professional book
for the earliest possible .- chlnery was established.The 7:30 p.m. Men's lO\balllea. reviewer In Chicago.
gue Cambler Park Stone vs
program was drawn up '
lanlng of the Tamiaml Trail by the church's Commissionon Stahlman; Pulillx vs Tropics.WEDNESDAY Silver hate rat been
from the Lee line to
County Interjurisdlctlonal Relations. coined in the United States since
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A.C. HANCOCK the Dade County line. Debate opened Thursday and 1935.
8. PORT FACILITIES-I: continued into the night. 2:00 p.m. Senior Citizens
opposed to activating any port Under the program, Negro shuffleboard Cambler Park.
authority under the Collier CECIL DRAKE church members would be ab. 5:15 p.m. Adult Intermediategolf
Hancock County port authority local act sorbed Into the five white Juris x class Big Cypress golf
because of the fact that the dictions, which are set up along course
1. COUNTY EFFICIENCYThe 1963 enacted Drake reocraphicaliines. .
-- legislature gen- -- -"-
administrative functions of eral legislation of state-wide The program, officially called"a THURSDAY 'ft ,
AH N v\
plan of action," would not BEW ITCHING TREE-This craggy arboreal fixture on 4:00 p.m. Intermediate tennis ;
the county are controlled in all application which Is much more 1. COUNTY EFFICIENCYIn -- .
necessarily mix Negro and the Pacific coastline near Carmel, Calif, has earned the class Cambler Park
respects by acts of the legis comprehensive and workableand favor of Intensive study of white 5:15 p.m. Adult
beginnergolf
congregations during the _
lature. In some instances these which win no doubt be con- methods Increasing efficiency next four years. However, the nickname "witch tree" by dreamers who use Us natural class Big Cypress golf _
are local acts but In most Instances strued by courts throughout the and economy. wording of the plan clearly in. design as a springboard for their thoughts The tree does course. llTh

are general acts of State. If any port authority 2. SECONDARY ROADS- dlcates this Is the church's ultl. present a bewitching sight, however in contrast to Its 7:30 p.m. Men's Softball Lea.
state-wide application. The Is activated It should be done Favor a long master mate aim. rocky surroundings Sold figure on ground sets the mood. gate Cambler Park Stahlman VIM
methods of administering these under the general law. At plan. range The 379,000 Negro members Tropics; Stone vs PublU.

acts are always fully prescribed such time as the volume of water 3. HOSPITAL AID-If and live mainly in the area of the from delegates who felt the CAPE KENNEDY FU. UP)!
In the acts themselves and traffic would Justify port when elected Southeast Jurisdiction program did not go far enough In March, 1964, the uurking FRIDAY
the County Commissioners are facilities at Naples or Everglades erned the I would be feelIng There are 9.6 million white I n removing racial barriers in population at inn missile and, 9:30 a.m. Adult tennis class.
by and Cambler
bound to follow such methods. then,and only then would thinking Methodist, in this country. t he church. apace center was about 29.000. Park.
of 1:00 .
the taxpayers of Collier Southern offered p.m. Senior Citizens
delegates op. ,Passage required a simple Expert foreciil it will increase
Any Improvement of administrative 1 be in favor of
functions activating any County. position to the plan, mainly In najorlty of the delegates, about to 48.000 by 1966 as the Apollo bowling Brookslde Bowl. Cbry 1r Plyrn utH
therefore
must port authority. 4. COUNTY HOSPIT AL-- the form of delaying action. c ne4hlrd. of whom are from the man-to-the-moon program enters 'tii> V rjmdinii Tr u>.
necessarily originate In the legislature 9. PUBLIC BEACHES-I I am Favor county hospital for care Some other opposition came 5 iouth. in early teat launching phair. Everyone: lirads The NEWS
and not at the coun- of the opinion that the county of aged poor and migrant work
ty level. should acquire and provide as en.
2. SECONDARY ROADSWehive much public beach park and 5. ELECTIONSBelieve
had a master plan for secondary recreational area as is economically -
county commissioners shouldbe
road construction In feasible at this time. elected
by district voters
this county for many years. With the rapid population growth
only rather than by whole coun-
The plan has worked well In which the county has experienced ty. ZENITH 0' BIGLEYS

the past In that It Is both and Is experiencing land 6. TOLLROAD-'Wouldcon-
flexible and has contributed to values will continue to Increaseand sitter serious study requiredof
orderly construction of secondary the relative availability of this subject.
roads. The planIs public parks and beaches will
revised from to diminish. 7. TRAIL FOUR-LANINC"
year yearIn
cooperation with the State 10. INDUSTRY-The county Favor earliest possible four- OFFERS THE YEARS
Road Department and Is pro- should do and Is doing every- lanlng of the Tamiaml Trail

jected over approximately S thing possible to attract light from county line to county line

years. Industry and agriculture both 8. PORT FACILITIES--
3. HOSPITAL AIDThe from an economical! standpointand Would be In favor of Port Auth-

county Is without legal author- from a legal standpoint. ority being elected by the people
ity to contribute to the Naples Certainly this effort should not one from each district. BEST BUY ON T V

Community Hospital with an exception be diminished. At the present 9. PUBLIC BEACHES--I
In the rather limited time the county by virtue of
field of local do not believe the county has
the state-wide program legislation contributessums ,

of hospiultsatlon for the of money to the th.cttambers ... commitments property to meet for our sufficient needs for .'. .- .'I c.-.w.. a9r' ,
Indigent. ThU U true because Of Commerce In the public beaches and parks for

I i the Naples Community Hospital county for these purposes. the foreseeable future.. ZENITH
., .. Is s private institution. Were 11. WATERThe county 10. INDUSTRY--The
It a county hospital pursuant to government as such cannot legally should efforts county
Intensify to -
the provisions of Florida Statute enter the water business attract

155, et seq., I would be without first establishing water the Industry and agricultureto -
county.
in favor of financial assistance. districts. Water districts COLOR TV

4. COUNTY HOSPITALI -- should be established only at 11. WATER--I do not believe %
.
am of the opinion that to such time as a survey would the county should attempt to I
build a county hospital at this show that their creation and provide water for communities!
time would bring the residents operation would be economically requiring water now or In the handcrafted no printed circuits

of the county to the point of feasible. Any water districtor future without a referendumvote ,
diminishing returns In that water system should be self- being taken on the mat-

an excess amount of duplication supporting within itself. ter.

of facilities and equip- -

ment would result. The bet- art to bring a 'boxed supper",
ter alternative would be to Secure Naples Garden enough for the family and bev

local legislation on the Club To Meet grate, the spokesman( said
subject permitting partial county -

support of the Naples Com Monday Night eat h Review 1 1M
munity Hospital. The regular monthly meeting "
5. ELECTIONS-- am in fac>f the Naples Garden Club will
M" Mia.Ral.arlbbean '
vor of submitting the question t je held Monday May 4, In the ?
of district voting to the peo4': Gardens. A high. April 2J 87 M (.00
pie of the county. If a re- I L light of the meeting will be a April ZI 89 15 0.00
ferendum showed that the vo- !tone;: of the Gardens starting at April 27 91 M 0.00 M 1
ters favored one system over 'S p.m., a spokesman announced. April 28 89 72 Tr. r rqC.

the other, I would then support Following the tour a supper April 2' 81 IS..zi
|I is planned and a short business .
April ."
the
winning system. ,
meeting Only members of the !
8. TOLL ROAD--Should the Supreme Court reverse the dei cited to the meeting Members pars """"'* k" C.rlll!>>.." Garble.

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Here's What We Asked




Commission Candidates



1. DO >ou have any specific suggestions for Improving the
administrative functions ef the county which could 1"11114 greater
eooomay or efficiency
t

8. would you favor a long range, rater plan for secondary rod Mod.1 L2735 k3
construction in the county

3. since Ibples Coe unity Hospital serves all residents of the $ 1888n '
county, soMtlMi at considerable financial lees, do you favor the
county giving the hospital financial assistance ee all collier Countlansay ,
share in these leases instead of leaving they principally to
residents of the Naples are 88 No Trade Needed t.-y Zenith TV chassis It carefully handwirtd to lilt h>|hw '
$4 Legs or Base Optional quality "."" .,01 wild no pfint.4 circuit and no productwnthortcutt .
4. :m the answer to No. S is negative, do you favor the county L ..1'. Zenith 011.. h.ndwirt, every TV ctu..r eonncctran, NI the
building its own hospital to care for the aged, the poor and the e.r. wndcrtNinf that means 1.1. mint' r.ltr
IMnd.biliry Mid fewer Mrvtc probltm for Z.n.... -*n.
igrantsf, Never Before Could You Buy A Zenith

8. Do) you favor the proposal that County conaisslonars be elected Color at Such A Low Price ; !""I Built Better to Perform Better/ ';
by district voters only rather than by all voter in the county as Is
now done*

6. It the SupresM Court should rule against the bond issue for
construotlon of the &pl -fort Uuderdale toll road would you favor
revising plans for building a road from: Hapleo Airport to state Road 29 YOUR BEST IN
(tverglades-L0aokalee fir back as l S9f road) which was discussed by county Comtlanonas BUY ANY TV


7. DO) you favor continuation ef efforte for earliest posclble
feur-laning ef .the Taa1aaS Trail (U.S. 41)) fro county line to county


law 8. would you favor requesting appointment by the Governor of the B1GLEYS .w,'
ea to the Collier County fort Authority to actively ctart planning
for utilisation of the port facilities recently aude available atIverflados
and Kaples through dredging operations

9. Do you feel the county now has eoonltaento for sufficient propertyto .
provide enough! public beaches end perks to -et our needs for the .
foreseeable future

10. Should the county intensify its efforts to attract industry 769.7755tli AVE. SO. Ml 2-5184
and agriculture to the county
NAPLES SHOPPING CENTER MI 2.4522
11. Do you feel the county govertuient should attempt to provide
water to oceHunltloe needing It ROW or in the futuref



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,,28 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, May 3, 1981rrr..aa School MenusThe --

e' rrrlrleaem+vttete'r' .. '_ menu at Shadowtftwn School I Read the Want Ads

......... for the coming week is as follows: -- J

MARCO rice MONDAY, asparagus Pork, prunes.loaf buttered CAR-KEEPING
NEWS TUESDAY. Barbecue beef on GOOD
I I BY DIANE BOWERS, bun, kale, squash, peanut butter

''t' ,......It -'-. .....cookies.WEDNESDAY Beanie welnles, BEGINS AT WHITE'SSALE
GULF ;: The dredge has arrived and li>,daughter and son-in-law Mr. and coleslaw, spinach ginger delight
1,pumping. We can't yet see how 1 Mr. Tom Williams. THURSDA Y.MIII Coss' Sixth PRICES GOOD THRU MAY 9th
I I!things are going to be here. Allex .; SNOOK HOLE Grade Hamburgers, lettuce and
at the Lodge, is still moving; Three truck loads of United tomato salad, potato sticks,corn,
'his: thing from the Lodge dock,' States Air Force men arrivedat buns, lea cream sandwich FilledCushions
,I understand that they aren'tI the Snook Hole. FRIDAY'Macaronl and cheese, Seat Belt Spring
i going to tear down the dock and I 1 It was also reported that fish broccoli, buttered potatoes, ban
I buildings, they are just puttiniup ; ing has been good everywhere ana bread, cherry pie. Retractors
I TOWERS I; a seawall. Maybe we wll 1 here on Marco. All motels report From
',see Alex back at the dock. very nice catches of fish. The menu for the coming weekat $2.49Litter $1.39
Mrs. Jean White, a regulai i Naples Junior High Cafeterl.
I fisherman at the dock, caugh 1 t CAPTAIN'S LANDING will bet
;two nice snapper. Captain Swanson and Captain MONDA.Y.Pork and gravy over
> The Island was a busy placi, Nate Hunt report a very nice rice, buttered peas, tomato and
i last weekend with plenty of peo catch of snook and redflsh. The green pepper wedges, biscuits
1977 GULF SHORE BOULEVARD ;pie here for the snook fishing,smallest fish were 18 Inches In and butter, apple sauce and milk.
;I understand some big ones an i length. TUESDAY. Spaghetti, green White DeluxeAsst'd
Captain Swanson also had sad beans slaw, fruit Baskets
'I being caughti cabbage jello,
Directly'on the Gulf in The Moorings My father and mother and :I news to tell to me. It seems rolls and butter, milk. Spark Plugs
I were guests of Mr. and Mrs, that he tried out a new bait welli WEDNESDAY Hamburger, Colors
/ William Holsomback and soi and all of his bait died before cauliflower, with cheese sauce,
Buddy, of Naples, last Saturday;I he could start fishing. I sup onions, ripe olives,potato sticks, $1.98 49c
:evening. pose now he will go back to the chocolate cake, milk.
Mrs. Roger Johnson and soi i old bail well. It Is certainly a THURSDAY. Beef stew, cot.
I II: David drove Friday evening ti>terrible thing to happen. tage cheese, tossed salad,orange
II1IIIIIIII I I 'Gainesville to visit her daughtei y I am glad to hear that Cindy and grapefruit cup, rolls andbut.ter .
: Bonnie,who is attending the Vni,Doxsee is doing fine alter have milk.
versify of Florida there. Bonnli,ling nine stitches In her chin after FRIDAY. Hotdog on bun or See Thru Tinted ShockAbsorbers
: will have surgery on her knei)falling on a boat trailer.t cheese sandwich, baked beans, Vyluxe
I I'Friday.. We all wish her the be t ISLANDER carrot strips, ice cream, milk.
CI : of luck. While there, Mrs. John. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Riley, andr Floor Mats
; Ion and David visited anothe M r. and Mrs. Ward Riley Jr.,re. Front $8.49 From
!Man
Con Loses
turned to Lookout Mountain,
o 0 0ERS. House Guest Is Tenn., after spending a week at Buck In Switch Rear $5.49 $3.49 ea.
the Islander Motel and fishing
II II ChargedVith with Captain Johnny Stephen of LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) A
.IIIIJJJ" Goodland.Mr. man tried to pull a money
Killing: Hostess and Mrs. George Wood and switch on a teller at a savings
CUFFEIDE> PARK, N.J, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wood spent and loan association and woundup Body Mount Non Glare
I GULF TOW I'(AP) A house guest wai I Monday touring Miami and visit. losing $1.
lie handed Alice Aldridge four
charged early today with cut,, tog the Miami Seaquarlum beforeI Rearview Mirrors - $1.79
ting the throat of a 41-year ol I Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wood return $10 bills Friday In exchange for
home to Detroit, Mich. two $20s. Then he switched a $1
designed by Gamble Pownall & ;woman and leaving her body t<,
was Islander Motel bill for a $20 and told her she
New guests at the
/
;be found by her young sons, police made mistake. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 9:00AUTHORIZED :
had a
are Mr. and Mrs. Seward
.
Gilroy, Architects. This vastly experienced organization said.Walter Beckworth, 37, was ae. Miller of Wyckoff, N. J., and "No, I did not. You'll have to ri
/ Mr. and Mrs. Irwin T. Darlington wait a minute so I can count DEALERWHITE
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has spared no effort to custom-design this bold : Her cused body of slaying was found Virginia Thursda Shaw]y,; of Boynton Beach, Fla. my cash on.hand and prove it,"

yet graceful building to give full justice to the specially 'i'In ment the by bedroom her sons of, Dennis her apart, 11,, Marco news residents of the death have of receivedthe Sidney she replied.The man said he had to put

chosen impressive site on which it stands. Many /i I and came George home from 16, when school the folundh. ]P; Maldment are winter,residence He and wife Port Glayd'sr Mar. money disappeared In a, parking leaving his meter$1 and be.

He died at his Earl's home hind.
co. son
months of their creative energies resulted in an ; Beckworth. on crutches whlli,, In Royal Oak, Mich. Mr. Maid. THt ,HOMf OF 'CtEAIERNAPLES ,
/ ment will be missed by all of his Black walnut la pcurd for its
: recovering from a broken leg,
architectural masterpiece of functional planning lustrous coltr and striking
:was picked up in New For; Marco friends. Their summer dark SHOPPING CENTER
home 1* In Indian River grain.
Mich.
'City after midnight .
appealing to the discriminating and delighting the :I

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practical, which offers a constant source of pleasure. .




Gulf Towers SeriesNo.. 2 IETm DPd e';: j 1 HENRY B. WATKINS, JR.1 1 I


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: All thin By: chitchat VlvUn Oee-In the .1 l/oh DISTRICT 4 Candidate for School Board i

DESIGN /! put regarding summit 1
meeting brings to mind 1 says: 1
the fart that there are 10 1 I

Graceful sophisticated quietly elegant. communities named Sum. 1 =
? ; Striking the true note of creative design, Gulf mit arrow the nation. OUR SCHOOLS NEED .
, Towers harmoniously blends palatial grandeur If you study the mbr ?.
1E
'
..c with the pl'acUclIl'efrwmfnta! of 20th Century Carefully you will\ comeUian ; ? ru 1
architecture Retting the classical mood of relaxingyet even more surprising
unpretentious attention has dtaroveryt There are nine
serenity Special
been given the l problem of comfortable and convenient Hoedown in the U.S.. located 1I .

traffic pt '".erns with spacious rooms that in Arkaniaa, Indiana I A GOOD HARD LOOK AT THE BUDGET :
lend themselves to exciting interior decoration in lows Idaho Kaniias, e

any desired mode or period reflecting personal Ohio Pennsylvania,. Ten.' 1 11th 'Ut out of every tu dollar going for Education, a '63-64 budget of well I
tastes and individuality. The superbly planned, nee and Vermont.Whether over three million dollars, and a constantly rising pupil enrollment, we must make I
magnificently equipped GE kitchens plus the r you happen to sure that not one cent of school money III wutpd.
thoughtful kitchen-to-dining-urea pass-thru, makes live In any of the Moa- 1 For several years I have advocated that an Independent Fiscal Advisor be pm' ;
serving a snap and entertaining a delightfulexperience row or attend summit 1 ployed to usllt In the preparation of the school board budcet. From mg 6 years
meeting regularly, you experience on the County Commission, which employs this method, I know It call I
till need to consult an ex. result In aubstantlal saving
Contemporary elegance combines with functional pert when It come to buy. 1
perfection for indoor/outdoor living through slid Ing or telling property If elected, I will work (for a Financial Policy designed to safeguard taxpayers 1

' ing glass doors which open onto private balconiesthe There are .0 many way as well as Teachers and Students.
( largest in the Naples areal) affording the you can lose', unknoa ingly.
well-knovn "millionaire's \ista-\ision view" of sky Let' VimNOCG. HEAL.
and water.Gracefully. TOK 824 Fifth Ave. So., A GOOD HARD LOOK AT THE CURRICULUM
/ guide you to the right
preserving the charm and atmosphere ,"
that is richly unique and satisfying is the impressive property and oleo l guide U Are our college-bound students able to compete scholastically with graduates I
porte-cochere entry and distinctive lobby. The transaction .0 that you p ,_ of other systems' ? Are we adequately preparing the remaining 60% who must compete I
the winner all around.
ultimate touch of contemporary luxury is reflected are Call MI 2-4749 for an In the world of business? Are we doing all we can to prevent drop-outs? I

in the casual warmth of the club room and ad- / agent from VIVIAN OGG. 1 c' If elected, I will work for an Educational Policy designed to meet the needs, 1
joining garden terraceith the forty foot pool. i
REALTOR to live you 1 and utilize the abilities of ALL the children In Collier County, as well as my own. I
Your selection of a Gulf Towers apartment-home ...expert toun eling. 1
will truly demonstrate an unerring sense of the /,
finest and will testify to your appreciation of gracious A GOOD HARD LOOK AT THE SYSTEM
Gulf-front living. r 1

4 The Collier County School System has grown tremendously! since I moved here ;

1} years ago. In 1956, when I was a School Trustee the enrollment was 2,146
students; nut fall there Is an anticipated enrollment of approximately 6,000. 1
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION *' ; Today's member School Board works with a Superintendent who hill under I
him an Idmlnlotratlte Assistant a Finance Manager a Supervisor of Elemen
CONTACT YOUR PERSONAL REALTOR tary Instruction a Super*l.or of Secondary Instruction! 10 principals 3 guidance 1
counsellor! 210 teacher! and approximately 65 non-Instructional employees' I
0'I excluslte of lunchroom personnel.' I

I
W HOLLANDSALLEY These varlou unit function to their maximum efficiency when there is a high I
degree of communication.


I 0 W. R. CKEELE C Realtor INC. I If elected, I will work for the best possible communication between the School II 1

9ste1telsS I Board, Superintendent, Supervisors, Principals and Teachers, in order to promote

15() AVES I better education in Collier County. ;
I 1262 T1IIKD STREET, SOUTH ""-EO. FLORID 33040 NAPLES, FLORIDAFurniture

I CAN & WILL WORK
AREA CODE 81S MIDWAY ......
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II I1 I Rugs, FOR THIS PROGRAM

Gifts
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because I am not politically obligated to any person or group. I
Objets d'art
; Gulf Towers of Naples, Inc. I
not to be found 1
1262 Third St., S. / Naples, Florida! : elsewhere.

I : PI..nd illustrated brochure and price list to: 1U e *
: HENRY B. WATKINS JR. 1

: Name Visit our furnished mod!I 1

apartments at Carriage t :.'sr

Address i Club. La Tour Rivage and I .

: \. Yankee's landing BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION-DISTRICT NO. 4 i iPaid

1 CitY State MEMBER OF

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Sunday, May 3, 1964 COLLiER COUNTY NEWS 38

FROM CHURCH TO POST OFFICE .
Friday been made but the exterior remain -
., tI ; Curtain' Goes Up I H Tl.h HOCKING, Ohio (AP) the same except for a
It .
look like a :inured but itisn't. office
I sign stating It i III 'post
l Not anymore.
Before a main highway wn
The village pout office here relocated: the structure *a, .<
I'umrrly wan a Btpttit church I
Roared'Carnlng favorite subject of many amateur
On Mouse That and until I recently: ownership photographer But ,oaident.lay
I was retained, hy the Baptist As ..
: has dt
II the number of visitors
I LIjTcI? its full quota of roan i, sends a strong |protest to tin i named Tully Bas on. He's' n'\8r suiation Interior .fiaeges.kaae lined. ..
I .of laughter.. "The Mouse Thai: U.S. State Department. The Se, told that he Is supposed to lose '
1 Roared" will arrive at the Na. cretin ol State|u\s no attention,, the war, so he brings disaster
1i i plea Junior High School, pre. thinking the whole thing i II +i upon fatherland\ b) winning It.
sented by the Naples Players, on Joke) put up b>' newspaper report Paul Gomes will have the lead 41 I t
1 May 8 and 9 a stage version ol erl. With no alternative, Fen'Ine role of Tull) Bacon the Don't Wait
1I the movie that overwhelmed the wick de< Ures war on the Untie( d 1 doufhty Fenwlcklan ,'ommander.I .
I Engllsh-speaking world with mer States and the Secretary of Slat> In.chlef who beats the United For A Rainy Day! I )
1j rlment for years after Its open. thinks the formal de<'la ration 01 1!r States -
i id
j Ing In 1959. The play is an war is Just the next step of th<' Kurt Puehhas will be seen
adaptation by Christopher Sergeiof newspapermen's Joke. as Fen lcks prime minister, Make Home
P the novel by Leonard Wibberley The prime minister of Fen Ann Davis as Its lovel young
which was also the basis of Wick, of ourse, has no Illuslor 1 ruling monarch, Rat) Wain as the I I
the film hit that Intorduced Peter that his miniature country (populated .' leader of the opposition r.ut1 \ ImprovementsNOW 1
Sellers to American audiences.The 6,000)) can win this war. 1 In the Fenwhk parliament
play's hilarities develop art, he counts on losing It, remembering ,, Others In the large cast who ue !
..M1'k from Its story of an absolutely that any nation thai 1 1 being directed by Charles R.
nutty little war that Is "fought" wars on the United State!I McCool will be Robert Mattel use Get started today on modernizing
between the world's tiniest na. and is beaten .. emerges > an American eeneral,Do>leMor. rive
about
tlon .. the Duchy of Grand Fen. winners the worse the beating, rls and John lamurn as the Se. your home. See us our
+ 1 n wick, whose whole extent is a the larger are the loans, reha. cretary of State and the Presl : valley In the Alps five miles long bllttatlon and prosperity that follow > of the United States, Oiold Filch LOAN plan.
and three miles wide and the the signing of a peacetreati'To as brilliant nuclear iMstiiM For your every banking need GO FIRST to
a mighty United States. reach this desirable sltua. who has Just invented a ties.
0a Grand Fenwlck Is mad at the tlon, the prime minister send a; tructlve Q.bomb, Elsie Upham First National Bank
United States because Callfor. the entire Fenwlcklan army to Invade as his housekeeper, Leslie Gales
tp'7I nla Wine-maker has Imitated the New York .. a force of 2 4 I as Tull) Dascom's mother, Rose
____ label of the Fenwlcklan wine that men, armed with the same kin:llamuril, Laurie Price, Dottei of Naples
Is their only item of export, of weapons that were used IIrenwlck' Price and Ann Sihrader. -
.. Federal Deposit insurance I Corp
and the basis of their entire last war, 700 yearsearlier
economy. Unable to sell their .. bows and arrows. The ",'h,,, ,.i, \\011 ,Iii I II I Illl'". Federal Reserve System
wine In America, Fenwlck faces The command of this pocket.Ih,. h".Ih,', of\ roam ,d t IK i i.t i.
_ruin, and their prime minister size army Is an ardent pair to I mt.. of \I"" 'inlt' ''' '

!KEN: YORK (API The count
Ir1" No. 1 selling long-playing'
record "Meet the Beatles," had
I ? t' rt
1rt sold 1 800,000 copies on Feb. 13. Vote For and ReElectA.
It you issued Jan. 20.
Capitol Records, which (issued
the LP expects sales to reach
l 2''.' or 3 million. The company
+ said on Feb. 13 it was behind
280 alone..000 in orders in this city C. HANCOCKFor


YOUR

PHARMACIST o P, Wr'i

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THEY'LL LOOK DIFFERENT Friday night when the curtain goes up on SPEAKS
"The Mouse That Roared," costumed in the trappings/ of a musical comedy BYN
monarchy. In scene above, four American tourists who were in the tiny GENE i, COUNTY
duchy of Fenwick (population 6,000)) when that country declared war on ; I f<< McLAIN
the United States, are interviewed in a TV show by Roger/ Walsh, television COMMISSIONERDistrict
announcer, left. The tourists are Sibilla Gideon, Susan Anderson, Carol ;;
Hutchins, and Carol Campen. In the lower photo at left, the page in 'the i J' .
court of the duchy, played by Laurie Price, announces that war has been Unlike sugar V spice 1
declared As a reward for winning the war (right/ photo), the grand and everything nice some Integrity Ability Experience
duchess (Ann Davis) left, proposes to her victorious commander in chief, of the medicines In use today ::1'p. -
Tully Gascom, played by Paul Gomes, right. In his confusion Tully kisses aren't the moat pleas
his mother, Leslie Gates, center, and shakes hand with the duchess. Oh ant tasting creations. (Paid Political Adv)

well (NEWS photos) However, there was a time
.. la the 18th Century, when
Aquit White Of Compelling Negro To Work For Him the prevailing dictum was

S.C. (AP) A ted *>?'an all.vhlte federal court for Robert Moultrle Cook, 48. that the worse a medicine eT
FLORENCE jury. The Johnsonvllle farmer h Id tailed the better Ita tura.IX FROM 1
white farmer accused of forcing
a Negro Held hand Into Inwlwi. The !Jury deliberated an hour been charged with forcing M tine power. It was believed
tary servitude has been acquit, and 45 minutes Friday before Roy McKenzie, 44, to work In that disease wss an inter'
returning a verdict of Innocent a Saturday afternoon loper to be driven from
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I the body by a medicine as
loathsome as,Itself. As a

What More Could You Ask? substsnees remit, inany were' repugnant brought

Into use| among them
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Here I is a 3 bedroom CBS home located in the City; of Naples for only dried horse's hooves and

$9,9S0.0C. Well and pump for watering Included in this deal. Kitchen has t .wood lire, two of the Ingredi less.tomach.churning

table top range and built.in oven. Small down payment and low monthly ents.

payments make this house an attractive buy. See us today. Modern medicine, how.
t tI ever, progressed from the

j"1< '1 (U".J & An""tt: J of wild yesteryear and weird to nostrums unparalleled WITH.eaVE

effectiveness. The ?
I latest la modern medicine
630 Fifth Avenue, South 1 goes into all prescriptions

Phone MI 2-5359 t tor filled at NAPLES PRESCRIPTION ; The manufacturer of these fine

7-5149 4th Ave. North.SHOP Phone 773 MI. |M
'e chair for 100 .
2-2455. years.r
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VOTE for CHUCK COPLEY for SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT No. 4 J.'o\t, ,


DEDICATED to GIVING TIME, EXPERIENCE and PROVEN ABILITYI! y ., -:J..jj":;; "' SAVE! REG. $44.95
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In the few weeks have ..
past I made an attempt to meet as many people as possible and to contact everyone .

by mail or by other means. However it is impossible to see all of you and to talk to you about J !; BOSTON ROCKERS

my alms and aspirations for our school system. I can only give you my solemn promise to work for the d 114+tr% j

betterment of our educational system and to do what is best for our children. Before you vote on ? Decorated In gold on blackor

Tuesday please carefully compare qualifications for this Important post. gold on whitel! Mom will

dChuck CeQt 1 love this!

SAVE) REG. $44.95PATFOROCERSM +



Education: Graduate of Carnegie Tech with BS Degree; Post Graduate Engineering Degree from New : I II $3495
York State University. I (

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Teaching Career: Teacher of Applied Psychology Pittsburgh Public Schools; Mathematics teacher al r I

Carnegie Tech; Staff Lecturer at 29 Engineering Colleges including Technical Divisions at West Point and r


Annapolis $34 95 hr-e ,

Professional Career: Engineer Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.; Field tr 'qc "

gineer with Vacuum Oil Co; Consulting Engineer with West India
rte "olttlul Advr>>
Oil Co in Panama; Educational Engineer with U.S. Government ,,. f Similar to llustrstionW SAVE! REG. $39.95 ; Jftfl. }

Lecturing and Developing Educational Motion Pictures during World

War II; Executive in charge of advertising and sales promotion with ? will he clcrscd onfialtirdty Andover Maple t l a

Socony-Mobil Oil Co. 1944.1960 when he retired .Uterjioons BOSTON ROCKERS L'

Family: Married to Elizabeth Sherer Copley (Graduate Nurse at t

Roosevelt Hospital in N.Y.C.); Three sons Charles, Jr Pilot + r'I *
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with Pan American; John H. Partner Byington & Copley r
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Builders, Norwalk, Conn.; William C. Vice President ]

Radio Equipment Co, Indianapolis, Ind. "

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Collier County property owner since 1942, permanent .
resident for 5 years. Have watched the Furniture Co.

area grow and have understanding of county I

.:f school problems. (i/Y Phone MI 2-3040 Store Hours: 8:30 a.m.

:'' "i h !;f.: ;?>: < .:Jf! COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS until 6 Closed p.m., Saturday open Friday afternoon until 9 p.m.,


VOTE for CHUCK COPLEY-the QUALIFIED CANDIDATE ON THE TRAIL AT TRAIL TERRACE


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Re-elect;i 4B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, May 3, 196.1 I
Homemade Mix Entrances Cooks(
I Ghost Life o/ PartyAP I
longed and strong upbeat, the
Big SteelBrims market for steel is the best In By CECILY BROWNSTONE
five years or longer on a BUS. Associated Press Food Editor Newafeotures
talned basis. It points to a pos. NEW YORK (AP) A writing wraith, the hidden talent behind a
fclbla bettering of the 117-mllllon.( CONVERSATION PIECE: 4ws number of authoresses now find himself Inadvertently branchinginto
cakes made from homemade mix y.MJI U suddenly In demand to ghofct.
WithOptimism ton Industry production record When we served these desserts a new line S.J. Michelton
set In 1958 ,
write parties
and
friends asked about them, "
I Martin was the first top ex. we said casually "They were Hardly anybody tenet a wmgdirts anymore without Thu Is
ecutlve to publicly acknowledgethe made from mix"Well Y our Life" routine for an ultimately -
our own
Others while sol. ;;; and
prospect. The idea of concocting surprised weepy
Idly optimistic, cautiously have the planning
honored Since
cake mix at home entranced our gueat. upon the services of a ghostwriter
steered clear of direct busy to
comparl- tiller They asked for the mmmittee ia usually too ,
sons Involving the 1964 outlook. write the script the risk of developing -
recipe and vowed to do likewise This evolution from novels
NEW YORK (AP)-The na. Mill operating rates have scenes u
the poignant
L '. steel Actustlythere's nothing brand- party novelty came about simph
t $18-bllllon Industry, !
/ >climbed slowly but steadily : Irom scrapbooks and clippings
biting lit nails at this time I in 1 since last Now steel Is new about homemade cake mix enough. Socialites hiring Michel-
August. tails to a ghost.But
1963 the procedure has been aroundfor son to furnish the verbiage for
1962 and Is brimming with 1 being poured at an annual rate that'a only one kind of
some years. But this particular their "autobiographies" often
optimism. of about 128 million tons.Two .
he writes for, Michelaon
Production Is at a gallop Major .. more major firma version and the ways of J party limerIcks pressed him into service for
using the mix are new. < cUima. Another features and skits
producers report Ilr.toquar.ter r party poetry and then
checked In
Thursday with glow. gun .1
profits up In many cases 5 0() Bethlehem A pleasant note, cutting the 1 about each guest friends of his client called. He
Ing profit reports, ,
shortening into the flour with flattery aa well as foiblea. These
to 75 cent from ,,. a V k imagines that other into
per a year ago with a 47 cent gain from got the
There is no sign of a serious labor .. the 1963 first per quarter and JonesA pastry plender, in making the A' IA ire baked into cakes, stuffed act same *.>.
mix, took us exactly three y. J into fortune cookies, tied to
dispute. Anyway that'a how it is that
with
Laughlln Steel Corp., a
minutes, favors.
Edmund F. Martin board 1 02 per cent gain. FT napkin Then rings there or are couplets. These a ghost ia very often the life of
chairman of the second-ranking f Martin observed that the year. a party
clever schemes for
HOMEMADE MIX FOR CAKE are : rhyming
firm, Bethlehem Steel Corp,,earlier comparison was with a 8 ((2 pounds) lifted enriched pairing up couples for dancing way
cups
told newsmen 1964 might prove 1 doldrums period when Bethle. T Mount Kilimanjaro first
these the Jet Set in
r a record year for steel compan.les .. hem's earnings were dragged 2 flour cups canned white shorteningS .Mice : his[To compose age of specialization relies seen I-y. non-African in 1848 11 i
assuming there Is no strike t for 1962 to a l5-year low.
In the auto Industry.The -- cups sugai
main threat to tranquil. BARTCm, Fla. (AP) Almost 1/4 cup double-acting baking r
Ity, a federal Indictment charg. everything went fine at the Polk powder
Ing eight big steelmakers wit I County, Fla.. youth fair.i 4 teaspoons salt
price fixing in 1955-61, has Youngsters who exhibited Into an extremely large bowl HOMEMADE CAKE MIX to have on hand for quick live the beach?
crowded pretty much Into the t poultry found themselves harvesting turn half of the /flour. Add shortening Why pay extra to on
background for the time being,,. egg dividends each day due remaining flour, sugar, dessert I\variations,
The companies have pleaded in. to force of habit on the part of baking powder and aalt. With a spooned lightly into measure 3/4 cup milk
has filed .... nocent. their prolific layers. They sold pastry blender cut in shorteninguntil and leveled 1 en
in
Is
' Two years ago steel execu. the eggs for a nickel each to it fine particles and 1 cup milk 1/2 teaspoon vanilla alarr.landa
2104 felony chargesin mixture looks Store In.irtiht :
crumbly.
lives were nursing wounds from I Rotary Club members who were 2 eggs Melt butter or margarine over
three yearscompared their run-in with the late Presl.' managing the food concessions container in refrigerator 1 teaspoon vanilla low heat in 9-inch round pan; remove -
to hispredecessor.s dent John F. Kennedy over ar i Some of the girls who entered up to 6 months Makes about 15 Into a larg mixing bowl turn from heat. Sprinkle with Condominium Apartmentswith
attempted price Increase late' cakes for judging apparently did cups (not packed down.) the cake mix. Add 2/3 cup of the brown augar. Spoon fruit cocktailand
1631 withdrawn. A year ago anxletj f too tempting a job of bakm|, NoteIf: self-riamg flour is used milk and stir to blend. Beat 2 nuts evenly over auger; re
charges in his over a possible strike had no!' Someone Judges? Pilferers omit baking powder and salt minutes. at medium speed of electric serve. Turn cake mix into a small
last 4 term. dissolved In a contract settle. made several of the cakes mixer (or 300 strokes by nixing bowl. Add 1/2 cup milk
year ment. vanish before it was time for the USING THE HOMEMADE MIX hand). Add remaining 1/3 cup and stir to blend. Beat 2 minutea 2 bedroom and 2 bath
With the economy on a pro. contestants to take them home. FOR LAYER CAKE milk eggs, and vanilla; stir to on medium speed of electric offer all the fine features of apartment living
4 11 Homemade Mix for Cake,
blend. Beat 2 minutes at medium mixer or 300 strokes by hand.
--- and finest feature of all, costs only -
speed (or 300 strokes by hand). Add remaining 1/4 cup milk egg ,
SCHAUB has obtained Turn Into two 8- or 9-inch round and vanilla and stir to blend. $13,500 completewith

73% convictions W. greased wax-paper lined layer Beat 2 minutes or 300 strokes maintenance estimated as low as -
;.WASHINGTON FEDERAL pans. Bake in a moderate (350 more. Turn batter into preparedpan.
; month.
twice the national degree) oven 25 to 35 minutes or Bake in moderate (350 $25 a
average rate of 36%, x until cake teater inserted in cen- degrees) oven 45 to 50 minutes These low, low prices are possible because you
MAKES MORTGAGE LOANS ON ter comes out clean. Place pans or until cake tester inserted in
and much higher than will own the land, which is not beachfront
on wire racka to cool for 10 center comes out clean. Cool
his predecessor'srate ",,_' NAPLES and COLLIER COUNTY minutes; turn out on racks; turn 5 minutes before turning out of priced, but Is still in the
of less right side up; cool completely pan. Mooringswith

than 50%. win ANISNINGFON PROPERTIES before .filling Chocolate and F"lherCake frosting aadenred. : RAISIN SPICE CAKE all Moorings golf and beach privileges.To .

tttttU loons en commercial end residential Turn cake batter into two 8-inch 3 cups Homemade Cake Mix learn about the included costly extras

FINANCING now ruuiu Proporti.s-oportments-cooperatives-. round greased wax-paper lined 1 teaspoon cinnamon like central aSrconditioning and best
TO rout nwnmm. condominiums loans for refinancing layer cake pana. Drizzle 2 tablespoons 1/2 teaspoon cloves wall-to-wall
leans for land acquisition and development canned chocolate syrup 3/4 cup milk carpetingcome
SCHAUB has obtained WtlTI-PHOMI-VISIT over batter in each pan. Cut only 2 eggs in today and
convictions in' OUR MORTOAOI LOAN DIPAITMINT N through aurface of batter with a 1 tablespoon light molasses
1701 MERIDIAN AVENUE a MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA metal spatula or 'silver knife to 1/2 cup raisinsStir Ilk the men at Imperial
10 out of 12 ,
form a feathery pattern. Bake as cinnamon and cloves Into
highway manslaughter JEfferson 8-8452 --- directed above.UPSIDEDOWN. cake mix. Add 1/2 cup milk; stir
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to blend. Beat 2 minutea on med-
cases filed upon in f v ium speed of electric mixer or

3 years. 300 strokes by hand.Add remaining -
His predecessor WASHINGTON FEDERAL CAKE COCKTAIL 1/4 cup milk eggs and .Ifli
I molasses stir
; to blend. Beat 2
obtained only 2 ,1/4 cup butter or margarine minutes or 300 strokes more. Stir
out of 4 of these ,1/2 cup light brown sugarl in raisins.. Turn into greased
can (1 pound) fruit cocktail,
vehicular homicidecases well drained (1 1/2 cups) 9-inch square pan. Bake Inmoder.te eerws wwM ......... Y.e.NCa
(350 degrees) oven 35
filed uponin 1/2 cup finely chopped walnuts to 40 minutes or until cake
his 4 year term. i 1/2 cups Homemade Cake Mix. tester inserted in center comes

.. ... .. ... ... out clean. Turn and
out cool.
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I When you are using canned tart
red cherries in a pie filling that
SCHAUB has worked Hi thickened and cooked on top
289 Ninth St., So. Phone MI 2-2128
..if the range,you may want to add ,
with the Jawenforcement
a little red food coloring
agencies .

and as a result .

there have beenno ,

unsolved &,, ,

murders during his ; ... 1

term in office. .

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SCHAUB has obtainedthe P/ ""f' I I



felonious firstconvictions bohtaoperations in for .. . . <. <



several of the (Ptl Pel Adv) .. f u Qo

counties of

this Circuit. I \\ /
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SCHAUB has helped 'l17/ilb
collect over $250,000 I pledge myself to be objective regarding ALL the

annually for needs of our county school board, rather than repre-

deserted familiesby senting only a particular district or individual.

enforcing the .ti s_* ...a.. www.
I am willing to devote my energies and time to the

Uniform Reciprocal establishment of policies and regulations that will leave ..

Support Law.SCHAUB the actual details of administration to the county administrative .v..

staff. I have NO OTHER BUSINESS TO

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I recognize that the county board acts as a unit and I am willing to carry through with

has restoredthe majority decisions made by the board, whether they agree with my personal thinking or not. i

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

system serving by a swayed by any pressure group or private individuals. : ATTENTION
over
PET DUCK OWNERS!
20 Grand Juries It is not the duty of the board to rqn the schools, but it IS its duty to see that the schoolsare ,

and attendingmore efficiently managed. As our family picture, above, shows, I am not retired and
than 100 probably never will be. I am a mother and a housewife with the money and the time thatit SOME LAKE FRONT LOTS STILL AVAILABLEGet

these duties. A native of Florida I educated in Florida public
Grand Jury sessions. takes to devote to was
in the swim from the spacious lake front lot now offered In the PINE

schools and the University of Miami. Our RIDGE EXTENSION, only 3Vi mile north of the Naples City limits on U. S.

children are in the elementary and junior /* 41, Write or phone for full details.ine.
high schools of Naples. I ask for your d/

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ReelectFRANK 2. I will serve you well. EMOLEE BARRETT, School Board Dist. 2
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there are scratch leagues bott a 206 single and Dud Ho- Beverly Nelson fired! a 5jA- Sunday May 3, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS SB

handicap leagues mixed gue 200. Em Emme rick drew 180. Betty Hardwl loir Qr /uc-
gues,morning leagues etc. You < line to the pocket and total- ed a lone 200. Rita Bkera54- 141, meta Miller 155-150. Jo Gibbs 471 and Sandy Hack-
can find one that will suit you ed a 60 21-202.Junior Simpson 161, Nancy Dun 153, JOHow- Alice wise came up with a 149 ney 470. Mary Hatcher listeda
to a "T". tallied 586 with a ter- ell 155, Carol Campen 1ST and Helen Holland 153, Virginia lonely 164. Terry MUrnan
ORNER By MARION SORENSEN Soooo--let'sJet signed up rific 230. V. Roark 577-201. hour Turner 151-IS9. Marlon Morgan Shirley Beck 130. 180.Jean Vogt 155. Helen Tracy

.e. . . . . . .} T ( or Is too late. Paul Abrahamson reached a Pederson had a nice 154, Sue Nancle Veenatra reached a 154 and Belle Corvin 151-
204 I Tfr. R, Golden Dick Lar- Tlllman 151, Myrt Brack 147, 143 and convened the 4-7-9 154. Chris Hatcher produced
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BROOKSIDE BOWL son 202, Mike Yahl 199 and Dorothy White 149 and Jane and tlie: 5-8-10. games of 149-147.Jackie Mor
-- MEN'S CHURCH--LeadingS' Ken Hansen 193. llerren 185. Sharpshooting honors COFFEE 'N I DOfttVr t? -- Con gan 147, Ruth Felsch 138-tWlce. I

Bowling Is COOL Fun! to work. Valuable experiencemay years--get back into the swln\, the league was Pearlle Riner FIRST FLORlDA-Fred Hillman go to Peg flood for the sistent scoringPit t o Audrey Sober 134-135. Janie \
Come on now--let's get these be gained during the summer Bring a friend'! with a 539-188. Ken McCon- 528, and Dan Hayes, 524, 510.MEN'S members gave sUP. uti [UJer and 148. Bobble Hendrix
summer leagues filled up! and you will be well pre- Many pleasant friendship.. key blasted a lone 220. Leon were high for Sub Divisions In CHURCHFrank their win over Ilolsu( t, v Elinor Drunk 151.
I Now Is the time for all the pared to join the winter lea- are made when you join < lei I_ Snyder 215 Redenbaugh 214, their sweep over Construction.Ike Llles. Sr. with a 516 set and Armbrust led with a 474, Mary on pap 7.0)
new bowlers who have been gues next fall. gue and there are leagues fe<) Tessler 206, McKlrlhan 198' uolford shot a 569-214 Joe Haslup 201 single led Bo- -
attending the clinics during How about those of you who everyone from the young Bal 1 r and Fager 196. William Jones 564-201. Eck nlta Baptist N1 1 as they won all I
the winter to put their knowledge haven't bowled In several tam to the Senior Citizen. SUGAR 'N SPICEBebe: Powlus bombed out a 222 lo from Trinity #1. Bud Hogue
Moog with a 462-167, was high ner. John Srull 221, Joe Sal- and Harry Clouser registered -
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r for the Cloves as they won all mon 213. Nell VanWyck 208 214 loners Norman Turner
from Sweet Das 11. Making It and Bud Hogue 200. Richard 206. Norm Herren 200, Huble Elect WAITER! R.
I a clean sweep over Sesame Golden and Ned Dorsey came Hart and Glen Liles 191. Buck
were the Dixie Crystals with up with 199's, Red Lord! 194 Terry convened! the difficult
Tillie Davis leading 427-149 and Gene Chamberlin 190. 6-7-10. CONDONQualified
and Ruth Dodge a lone 167. ROCK 'N .O'LERSPro
Scoring honors went to Marie PINE LANES for the night was Linda Sau-
beaver as she fired a 525 WOMEN'S CHURCHRuth chelll I tossing a 208 for a 538.
c J 176-almost got a triplicate and Moyer has won herself UIBC Jeanne Meltzer used a 207 for
I convened the 5and 310 Century Patch for rolling more a 520 and Shirley Johnson had '" BackgroundFormer
I splits. Eloulse Williams came than 100 pins over her average I $09. Eva Hogue totaled a
up with a 512-180 Judy Rus In a single game. In the 488, Cert Dunn 486. Peggy Law Officer

sell 483, Betty Celt 481. Ro- groove, Ruth tossed a 234 fora Densmore 484, BJ. Broughton "';,. .
I, sanna Loach 466. Angle SaIl 506 set. Her average Is 483. Sandy Hackney 468 and ttel ... Education
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l mon tossed a 181 singleton, 130. Congratulations Ruth. Jetty Pauly 460, line Price
Mary Kline 165, Etta Wright splattered the pins for a lone er' Graduate of:
160, Amy Stump 169, Jo Powell Truman Wants 180, Marty Little 179 Wanda Miami Police Academy
I and Libby Treadwell 157. Jones 174. Anne Follls 1'71. Univ of Miami -
I Alice Wise and Jane Herren !Ethel 1 Jones 170. J. Reahard ..
i both produced 153's Kaye Rans Discretion Used 162, L. Runkle and Ethel Dlna- Univ of Fla. (Law)

159, Louise Wolford 154, Joa burg 166. L. Fraley had a nice "
WRAP YOUR CAR IN A PACKAGE Sharp 149, Flo Coe, Anne Atkinson By CandidatesINDEPENDENCE 161, Bessie Combs, Sue Till- 1, jttfc Experienced
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141. Mary Morris a man 157,Alice Dens more,Ethel MMHYOUR PROSECUTING In Civil end
nice 145, Lilla Below 139 Mo. (AP) Crltean 164. A. Castenlr LucIlle -
Insure your car with I protective package from Benson Insurance Agency. M.D. Scofield 138 and the 5- -Harry S. Truman, who never Perry. Joan Lawhon 163. Criminal Law

Complete protection gives more coverage and at surprisingly low rates 10.MERCHANTS gave or asked quarter In his Anna Mae Penno and Winnie ATTORNEY
own political campaigns, wants
with a BIA Package Policy. Did we say low rates? You bet) You may -- Claude Jol- this year's presidential candl. Miller listed 154 games. Tina ,"
llffe knocked around the maples Klbbe.Judy Daugherty 166. Alma (Paid Politic Adv.rt.t.After.m.nttft1
dates to "discretion In their
save as much at 25% of what you are now paying. And you get the for a 597-200-228 and oratory,"use Whtdden Frances Tucker

famous BIA Individual Service. Call today. (\\IQ \ t u\JKr led Naples Marine Corp. In The former president, who'. -
/"f..M \ their win over Isle of Capri. won the 1948 presidential election .
Rae Hendrix gave Claude a big with a blistering campaign
BENSON INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.I2QI assist with a 593-222. King that brought on one of the big.
Insurance swept all from Ful- gest upsets of the century, was
ler Industries with the helpof feted Friday In one of three
870 FIFTH AVENUE, SOUTH PHONE: MI 2-5)41)
Don Elferdlnk 552, Rob Ab- scheduled birthday celebrations.He .
------ will be 80 May 8,
. . . . . . . .. .. . The 700 persons who attendee
the "farmers' tribute" to the
I till vigorous ex-president were
: "* I little surprised when he told
For Fair mid ; themi "As w. approach the .
heat of the contest, I hope that
; Hep resell I a live* Government II the candidates and their spokes
men use discretion In their cam.
palgn oratory, that they not sac-
rifle e our national Interest for
the take of narrow partisan |po.
ELECT I II |ltlcal advantage
... .. "Now I am not exactly a
mlld.mannered campaigner my.
I elf, and I have been known to N
hit the Issues pretty hard, butI
I CECIL never Injected our foreign t
policy Into any campaign, and 1 1SP
I have never, engaged In per.
1)) onalltles.;
There are those who might
I I disagree with the latter part of
II that statement but they were Ip
not, present at a luncheon at e'In0 '
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a which speaker after speaker N'? a NpTF Y d'
.. I lilo.IocI the former president sal .' ER' .e a art lm ,
peclally for his contributions to arch,ard 1tl
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1 ,agriculture. When ,
President Johnson sent mes. I
f sage i read by Agriculture Secre. wh
j j'J tary Orvllle 1.. Freeman which
I COUNTY 1DRAKE :saldi "I'm proud to join with
my fellow farmer and ranchersto
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I I pay tribute to the presidentwho
J ) stood up for farmers when
I COMMISSIONERe they: needed him. You eel a
standard for agriculture that I d H
y : 1 :Intend to carry on,"

Hi si rir I toe ] staunch Freeman support saM of the Truman's farmer a J4l

1 I prevented a price collapse that
would have been disastrous aft.

I Democratic Primary May 5, 1964 er Former World War Presidents II, Herbert r

Hoover whose MXh birthday Is
find. Pohloul I Ad.h..m.nll) :coming up In August and A

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I HAVE LIVED IN SOUTHWEST FLORIDA FOR THE PAST 30 YEARS MOST MARVELOUS

Only' Spring' Air' hat the famous Karr "Free End"
MATTRESS
AND HAVE BEEN A RESIDENT OF COLLIER COUNTY SINCE 1945. Coils that provide| surface comfort and firm


50 inner Exclusive support"Health Center" construction.

I OWN AND OPERATE A SUPER-MARKET AT IMMOKALEE AND I AM $ 7 9 covering.Beautiful, extra heavy Candace Gold Print


ACTIVE IN THE CIVIC AFFAIRS OF THAT COMMUNITY. Matching Box Spring prolongs mattress life and

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[ the ordinance Is unconstitutional

68 COLLIER Boating Wins 1 because It enacted a classinca.
Ion which did not bear a fair
Britain Should and reasonable relation to the
Test CaseIn object In respect to which It Is
Prove } proposed (I..., as a method of
Wisconsin controlling speed)
To U.S. I Judge Corbett cited the testl. t
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test case of of three expert witnesses
Boating won a mony
WASHINGTON lAP) national significance April 17, provided by OBC; Donald
ida congressman:: Paul : Wis.)Court Reed, OBC Manager
Britain to at a Racine County ( I.
want,. Great declared unconstitutional a town of Engineering, Grant
to t1-: *
lendsMp l, of Burlington ordinance prohibit. Thompson, President of Cruls.
t Inj use of motors of more than ers, Inc., and Joseph V. Day,
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; 50 horsepower on boats, accord-< NationallnstructionOflicerofthe
Ine to the Outboard Boating Club U.6. Coast Guard Auxiliary.
I : t NK: P1t ea I of America.The Their testimony, Judge Corbett
suit was filed by Carl J. said, established that the speed
t T"T l e, ,: ; Lelske, a lake resident and ownerof of a boat depended upon: "The
J" IIf', ,' !: a boat with a horsepower weight, length beam and shape of
motor. Because of the tar. the hull, together with the powerof
reaching Implications of the case the engine."
OBC and other organizations and "The arbitrariness and caprlclousness .
Individuals came to the plaintiff's of the ordinance best
support with a group of expert brought out In that It has the ef.
witnesses.In feet of prohibiting the use of a
making the precedent.set.family boat 17 feet In length,
tlon decision County Judge with a 6'/i foot beam, poweredby
E. A. Thomas P. Corbett said the or. a 73: horsepower engine capable .
dlance was not a local regulation of driving the boat to max.
of the type permitted by the imum speed of 33 miles per hour,
Wisconsin Boating Act of 1959 while It would permit a hydro
but rather "It Is a regulation plane to be used with a 10-horse.
\ of state wide concern and adversely .power engine capable of driving
affects all people of the said boat 45 miles per hour,"
state." the jurist said.
: : "It Is an attempt under the In hailing the decision, OBC
guise of a local regulation authorized .termed it a"double-barreled vic
Experience"Y; under state statute to tory," In that it provides a power.
prevent persons from using navigable ful deterrent to the regulation of
j waters of the state; and horsepower by any local or state
to deny all persons who would attempt agency, and It will stimulatethe
l t to operate a motorboat current campaign In Wis.
: I having a motor of more than 50 consln for enactment of a lawgiving
of Mat. horsepower on the waterways of a state agency the powerto
the town of Burlington the same enact boating regulations,lake
rights they have In and to any by lake, throughout the state,
to other public or navigable water," subject only to the veto of the
peo Judge Corbett asserted. local municipality Michigan
at least Judge Corbett also noted that had such a law since 1962.
It Is if the state boating act sought to The Burlington Town Board
authorize local horsepower will meet to determine whether
of job. limits the authorization would they will appeal to the statesupreme
violate the state constitution -' court. The vigor and
do based on a provision of the North breadth of Judge Corbett's decision .
Rd educa. west Ordinance of 1787 which against them may deter
17, provides that navigable waters: such an appeal, attorneys on the
are public waters which shouldbe case say
free for the commerce, travel
dim and recreation of all the citi
," sec lens The true vampire bain of tropical
America: IIuhlUllt only m
AND WHAT'S MORE 1 bled drained! from living am .

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Phone Ml 2-513? 8nWb: Ave. to or another, but realized In time I SINCERELY APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE end
they) needed the education. SUPPORT MAY 5th
ii Why did they consider giving
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SCHOOL BOARD The political analysts all agree Is saturation of TV and radio of

that as a brilliant Legislator, Jack more importance than achieve-


Mathews has no equal. They say ment? We think not Their big i

his record and qualifications I far .
DISTRICT No. 2 mistake IS to underrate the in-
exceed the field of other candi-

dates. But they wonder about )grity and intelligence of Mr.


QUALIFICATIONS the 4 year head start of his maAverage Voter. He has a lot
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jor opponents. Will the big monmore "good common horseey


the In interests and well oiled po lit- sense" than they give him cred-
Lived in District No. 2 for 12 year Participated In 'On Job Training cooperation >>
with vocational school, 4 years, taught a ical machines they have gather- .

Been In the building business over 30 years. class of young men In carpentry and proper ed be too much? Will the voter It for. This sir, IS Amencahe

Worked in defense 3V4 during World use of tools 1 year.
plant years who U.S.A. Don't ever sell it short.
decide merit
War 2, was in charge of building maintenance. Have been actively engaged in real estate business on or on prom-

Met regularly with other department head formulating the past 7 ye at*. Know thoroughly about ises the most? Will they vote on They judge a man here for what
policies and discussing common problem and construction details.
plans, specification
and methods of obtaining highest ef the record or who has the larg- he ;is.
Worked with architect for several yean. Know
ficiency. about financing procedures est advertising budget?

Built 3 major schools working with school

board and superintendent Familiar with land values, elevations and drainage .

Have a long record of civic and community.. ac problems.

tivities. Vote For Jack MathewsFor


If I am elected, I will be the ONLY member on the new board with a successful business back.

ground and actual experience in the building industry!

GovernorThe
I PLEDGE MYSELF to work for the betterment of ALL the schools in Collier County

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WHETHER YOU VOTE FOR ME OR FOR ONE OF THE TWO LADIES RUNNING AGAINST ME-PLEASE

VOTED LET'S MAKE THIS THE BIGGEST ELECTION EVER HELD IN COLLIER COUNTYI! man who has won legislative honors beyond any personin


the entire hisfory of the State of Florida.
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KE-EUCP" = NOT TOO HOT Sallda", May 3. net COLLIER COUNTY NEW 7B
'111"iII1PIThar: I ; I nlnntI' I
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.nA"N ,S.w a nn, I L'I' b"\ al 6ult.ltrum!'nlll1lo\ Bowling Standings FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC BB '
'I -. .''''11. FINAL State Insurance Commissioner J. Edwin Larson Warns:
f T TE: trQ J.fI 1 ; ,,0))k IIII..II.'J' .111 ,'uh'. -Pin* Lanm Acreage 83 49
'.kl.-r DBrnobld. B..1 l Sub Division 86 44
I, f!4",'ftllliilii: f ."" ".i I" the <
-- I \ wuMtN'S CHURCH PL Financing 79 53
aaa FINAL Consultants 79 53
YANKEE'S Trinity 68 60 Estimating 681/2 631/2 \
LANDING St.Ann's 68 60 Real Estate 66 66

Chesapeake Avenue, Oyster Ray Lutheran Emmanuel 661/2 621/2 Designs Developers 641/2 68 671/8 10'

$7,500 to 515.000r't. Christian DafTys 681/2 681/2 I Construction 57 75
Holy Bowlers 631/ 64ln Planning 57 75 MAV J
.. Trinity#2 551/2 7212MEN'S Investments 471/2 841/2 YOU
,;>, .>'.. CHURCH PL Cooperatives 421/2 891/2

.r First Christian 73 55 Curse Of Gypsy
t Bonita Baptist #1 63 65
Trinity 62 66 Is Coming True
>3 Y St. Ann's 62 66
As Valdez Moves
Trinity#2 62 66
Bonita Baptist#2 60 68 VALDEZ, Alaska (APTheway
oldtlmers tell It, a gypsy
COFFEE 'N DONUT -Pt. woman put a rune on Valdet
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Sugar Donuts 94 34 more than SO years ago. NOT COLLECT!
lease With Option To Buy She pat on the ground, aald
Luzlanne 77 51
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An Eicltlni Un. .nd Oiff.r.nt Wil.rlronl. Coop some day the earth would .,
ttort You iuy or R.nt ft Expresso 701/2 I sun
Vinkn Landing' ) shake, many houses would be
WEEKDAYS OPEN SUNDAYS tMPM, TO _1:00: PM. Maxwell House 60 68 washed to sea and the rest
APPOINTMENT PHONE Beechnut 58 70 would be moved to nearby IUt. t
BURTON BROS. Sanka 54 74 elton Crass would crow over
Holsum 51 77 Valdez. '.
Folgers 471/2 8011MEN'S The gypsy lived In Hazelton,
921 3rd Ave, So. Phone MI 2-S2M a mining village founded In the
After Hours, MI 24937 or 24324 CHURCH BB 1890'*. She placed the curse ..'0'....
when It became a ghost town as
FINAL 1 ,
Valdez thrived. r
Methodist II VO' 42 .
Valdet
was hardest hit of any
Assorted Christians 81 51 Alaska city In the great March
There's Nothing Life It In Naples Methodist#2 7Un 60ln 27 earthquake. Thtrty.two per.
Christian Men'sFellowship sons were killed, 85 per cent of
621/2 691/2 the town was destroyed and
Emmanuel many buildings were swept Into "' I r
V" Lutheran 511/2 8012E. the sea.
lIageGreell Naples Now the City Council plans to
Methodist 391/2 921/2 move Valdez to a new location
four miles away-where Hazel.
ton once stood.Bantam,
"WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER" SUGAR -NSP1CE BB .' 1Ir
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Sages 881/2 431/2
A New Community of Cooperative Paprikas 88 44 Becomes arl

Garden Apartments for Adults Cloves Nutmegs 791/2 741/2 521/2 571/2 Mother Of 40th

Only-Prices Start at $7,200 Gingers 691/2 621/2 Whooping Crane tY
Dixie Crystals 68 64 LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) A
Cinnamons 661/2 651/2 little bantam hen Is the bewtl.
Allspice 651/2 661/2 dered foster mother of a rare In ,
Rosemary 58 74 bird-the world's 40th whoopingcrane.
INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BEDROOM
Sesames 52 In 791/2 .
AND TWO BEDROOM Peppercorns 43 89 The fledgling burst out of his
APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV- Sweet Basil 381n 931/ half.pound egg at the state's I
Wildlife Research substation
ENUE, SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET. here Wednesday and was re
NAPLES MERCHANTS
WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. ported In good condition.The .
SUNDAY 1 TO 5 P.M. FINAL bantam who sat on the TALLAHASSEE State Treasurer and Insurance
Naples Marine egg "mothering" It until It
Corp. 65 In 33ln hatched, ts a Japanese sllkle Commissioner J. Edwin Larson declared today the
YlhI Bros 51ln 4Un weighing one pound. The Incu. "growing menace" of mail order insurance
Insurance 561n 421n batlon period of whooping crane poses an
rid 'i1tittetzl44 date4 Ed King Davis Builders 53 46 eggs Is about 30 days increasingly serious threat to the Florida Insurance

RealtorsSALES Roses Texaco 53 46 est The whooping true mother crane of Is the Jose new. Industry and to the policy buyer as well.
KwlkChek 5Un 4Un phlne, one of seven at the New
REPRESENTATIVES Marhoeffer' 2 491/2491/2 Orleans Zoo. The too Is trying Larson issued a stinging criticism of insurance firms

305 5th Avt., South MI 2.2124 Dunbars Isle of Capri 441/2541/2 48 51 to hatch four other eggs. he said "pay no license fees, are not admitted to do busi-

Naples Printing 41 58 .largest: : ness in Florida, and are not responsible to anyone to
OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER .
Fuller Industries 39 60
wilderness li the Everglades pay off claims when they are submitted."
MarhoefferKl 33 66 National Park in Honda. .
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\ He pointed to tfie Increasing number of newspaper

.t to.t advertisements by the out-of-state companies offering

cut-rate insurance policies on ]life, accident and health,
ELECTB. and in other fields.

The veteran Commissioner said "this trend has

+. grown dangerously in recent months, and I feel impelled

to warn Floridians once more that these com-

: panies do not have the approval of the State Insurance
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"BILL"SENTELL Department."


"These companies pay no taxes in Florida, they so-

J licit by mail, and they pay off by mail when they payoff
at all," he said.

Pointing to the more than 870 companies licensed

to do business in this state, with the accompanying

standards and inspection directed by the Insurance

Department, the Commissioner said "you will be

i .S to the office of dealing with local agents men you know -

icy when you purchase the insurance you need from

COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict admitted companies. You will have recourse to

the Insurance Department in event of difficulty in

collecting claims, and you will have a regulatory agency

J 3 to call upon to assist you should misunderstandingsarise.
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iS May 5th PrimaryI Larson observed that unlicensed (in Florida) com-

panies "operate through advertising, more or less on

the fringe of our huge insurance industry, and all too

often they give the entire industry a bad name"


I will make my decisions after a careful evaluation of

of all the facts

This Message Brought To You As A Public Service By

My vote will be cast reflecting the wishes of the majority -


COLLIER COUNTY ASSOCIATIONOF


any My door citizenIf will always be open to hear the comments of INSURANCE AGENTSBenson




you share with me the desire to let the people run Collier Insurance Agency King Insurance Agency Inc.

Naples, Florid Naples, Florida

County, then I urge you to support me in the forthcoming Coun Brunk-Miller Inc.
P. I. Lundquist

ty election. Naples, Florida
Naples, Florida

Collier & Long Inc. Slow ,
Thank you for your consideration.A N. P.

Everglades, Florida Naples' FloridaSmithLeshfif


PROVEN PUBLIC SERVANT Carroll Roney Insurance Agency Inc.

Immokalee, Florida NipUs Ftotfa
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SB COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, May J, 1994Letts mesa of Fort Lauderdale. The "" "
party, fishing with Capt. George ,: 'I''
Teaney, also got two pompano. ..,,',
Tom Kappauf of Bud Hogue's
Go Gulfcoast Fish Camp, reports
that a It.pound snook was takenon
light tackle in Horse Creek ':i
by Stanley Brookins of Palm '.
FishingBy Lake Trailer Park. ,.. "
CErlL E. DRAKE Kappauf said that trout are ,';,,>
showing much activity In the
waters around Horse Creek and
that a three.pounder was hook.
t nf'fI'i ed by a visitor from Cape Coralon

I grJ'in'' ;hwnd Other Thursday.anglers reporting Kap.pauf" .
: e' docks were John Price
: VICTORINE MURPHYNext
i, of Naples with 22 trout and two
week should be the week ceeded in boating seven reds,12 pompano and John Rodney of
CANDIDATE FOR that was .- (is'atoull speak. snook (nine released), and eight Minnesota with 12 trout and 22
Ing. Angllnj goes big time for snappers. A father and son pair A '
most specie In the Gulf and Ten from Lookout Mountain, Tenn.,
Thousand Islands what with the W. Reilly, Sr., and W, Reilly,
1 COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict tarpon Mason entering Its peak Jr., reported back to the Ship
and lunker snook In the 25.pound Ahoy docks with 14 snook, 12 of mI
yr class churning up waters Just which were released. Another
.I*, i
about everywhere.While Naples couple, Mr. and Mrs. W,
r traditionally the big run G. Maguire landed 12 reds and
No. 1 1b
of snook U supposed to start durIng nine snook of which all were re. 1
J the spring tides in May,some leased but one. Sugar Sweet 1j
hefty ones have already been tak. Fishing aboard the "Linda" The first Americans to enjoy j
< en at Naples Pier and around the with Capt. Billie Weeks, George maple syrup were the
"' ,! outside islands and passes of) Snyder of Naples and Canadaanda Indians who celebrated the !
,2U', ', ': the Gulf. party of angling enthusiasts, "sugar moon" as the returnof f
Tarpon are rolling In great got a mixed catch of reds, snap spring. {
:
:>1$'
m1.',({, numbers In the Caxambas Past, pen, jacks, .heepshead, and Here are some tips on care t
': and Cull Ivan Bay area, and Bob trout. of maple products nowidayv: # 1 1t
lit : '
. Whltiker, host at the Marco Is. Also fishing last week with The highest priced and kJ t
land Inn, reports one of the big. Weeks were Mr. and Mrs. Rob. best quality maple syrup is .
+ir gent tarpon season In years. ert Turnbull and Thomas J. light in color with a delicate ;
Sun
SUBNATURAL sea
.ik t't't Burns, all of Naples, who were flavor. ( ) -
, I DOTH HIT tarpon hunting Maple syrup keeps 'A ell at and sub combine to createan
of E. G. House and his wife ol f Jennie Whitfield of Ship Ahoy room temperature if kept In eerie study of man and [
Chatham, Mass., who are at the I reports that Mark Donaldson of
,'. sealed containers Once you nature near Groton, Conn., '
,1:'.. :! Inn for the tarpon season have.I, Milwaukee, Wls., fishing with open the can however storeit as the atom.powered craft ::1
ef, each boated silver kings over 100. Capt. Hank Keith boated an 18. in the refrigerator to prevent .
: '' 1
erll f pounds, Whitaker reports. Tht pound snook, one of the largest mold. surfaced after 60 days.
",t largest tarpon taken and weigh I reported in that area during If mold does form heat the "f
of' ,', in at the Marco docks, accordlnjto : April. Aided by Ad Jenlck, also to boiling and cook for
syrup
REELECTnylon
Wliltaker, was a 134.pounder,, of Milwaukee, Donaldson.brought three minutes. Pour into ,
J' Last week a silver king tipping: back five large reds. '
seal.
clean containers and
the scales at 129.pounds was sec... Three large snook, weighing If a crust forms on ."nANISCJlAt .II

. and Another best. Bay Slater, Walter C,., ly 12, were 16 and taken 18 pounds by a Miss respective.Aglns the bottom sugary set container dissolve in $t Tt, tT01U tY. !ij
o hot water until crystals -
i" Wilson of Lowell, Mass., fishing and Mr. and Mrs. William Pal. __.
I" '''' 0"" ( .
with Major John C.Regis,a charter ..
i + boat captain who operates out
: fy .. ...
4F of the Sportspnt at Crayton Cove,,
brought in a 85.pound sliver king LJ
4/ 4 1 Wednesday.
Whitaker also reports lunkei :,
efL: d '. snook being taken dally Inwateri
e off Marco and Goodland. "With j'H ,
the first spring tides next week,,
R snook tithing will\ be tops, "he .
or-
,:A11' r + j 1.1. 4 said.Harry Varner, bait and tackle I :::

I! shop owner at Naples Pier, re. i
ports snook fishing "excellent" acrylic carpet ? li!
..c ;;i there also."Anglors.
"
. ,. are getting lots ol ':
:' snook, both big and small at the
t : pier and trout are beginning to :
show. With clearing waters we
: :: should have a fine week of fish.
Ing," Varner said.! The largest fl
snook taken at the last week
; pier
;
1>:1: was an pounder, he said. If you buy by :
: Ken Arnold weighed In a 17.
: pound snook at the SportSpot
I> which was boated in Naples Bay, '. fiber alone f;;
according\ Ed Towell,co.o.wner ,,.
not:; of the marina could be in trouble
\ "Strong south winds of the you ,
1 \' past week have kept puny boats '
dt : p"1 lb.: .It .i.,1 ., "Veek In M,"tif\41 he said." shoi\ '>-UUteatiert' ** w j"J... J to..1 *Sh Avoid trouble. ,-': : :'; ,,:

Jim Taylor of 21st Avenue,

Emit J fishing North, unusually reports black good grouper In the See Lees carpets at

vicinity the artlflcal reef in

Redflsh are also showing act.
1 ivlty in Inland waters and around
r: '>' passes. Fishing last week wit ..JVaples 7/oor CoverIngs
Capt. John Stephens out of Ship
F' Friend Ahoy at Goodland, some excell. 17 Years of Dependability"
: Dear : ent channel bass catches were
k 880 Sixth Avenue So. Phone )II. S-40BA

,. First I want to apologize if I haven't been able to meet reported.Mrs. Jane BIG Martin CATCH of Naples

t you personally. I have tried but because of the large boated together 13 with redsfour Mary Wood snookthreeJreleaaedtwo D Dychea) We both stand behind every carpet sold.

t'::; area to be covered and population growth I have in all sheepsheadandoni Keeping you out of trouble is our business.
I probability missed many of you and must therefore substitute flounder. Also fishing aboard Ste
. phens' guide boat, Mr. and Mrs,
this letter to present to you my reasons for seeking B. Ruhl of Naples and party sue.
:eh w ..' .,J..Ill... [.Wi,_! 'B._"::.m, _:'$_.t ;:tt:",**6S.'M: ; :,:...:'>:: ',\Am>i :WD
; your support.



roc subject to the May 5th Democratic Primary. I humbly ask

::3;, your support for I believe I can give you a fair impartial Ci WM. H. "BILL" HENNING

u*'' and representative administration which I do not feel we

:rte, have had for the past four years in District No. 1. Although ,

'( I may not be from your district it is by law mandatory that
t t'1' each Commissioner be elected county-wide. It is therefore I

D C:, expedient that you give careful consideration to your choice. j'TJItDEMOCRATIC


el'f'I: promise you if elected that I will visit every precinct

a ;' in my district at least once a month to find out what your CANDIDATE

:, problems are as I feel every citizen has a right to expect

ti: from the Commissioner of his respective district. I further

l.. promise you that I will not be a party to any scheme of

t spending your tax dollar on major projects without first For

, taking it to you the people for the people pay the bills.

n( ,

I am a business man with 19 years of experience in Collier

Z County ; a taxpayer and know something of the taxpayer's COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict

problems.


:nst'.w I am independent and if elected will owe allegiance to no 3

.1rt- individual clique or pressure groups but a duty to all.
Solicits The
."at'.li Earnestly Support of The Voters at the Polls

,
. ? In conclusion thank you for your consideration and let me Tuesday May 5

'(pJ( : urge you to VOTE.

CJ.m'd'nt ; He will work for what is in the best interests of ALL of Collier
h. Sincerely ,

:g' County.He .

ceI,24A will seek and listen to advice but will not be dictated to by any
: J
n r person or SPECIAL INTEREST. He will make every effort to see I

nlO kt;. that Collier County receives a dollar's value for every dollar spent. i

-dtJW Since he is retired from the United States Postal Service he will devote -
:
, i any portion or all of his time which may be required to do a
] : Paid Pol. Adv. by Cecil E. Drake, Campaign Committee

", J." L. Howell,.,,,, Treasurer good job.
;" :: t' """"')y.:i :(.',.',
i =izw: '..>> 4hd, PergK.4 A""vrtit...i_)

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6 Candidates Vie For Gubernatorial Nomination *







I' Hub Of Heydon Burns' Dickinson Campaign Has I





Campaign Is City HallBy OraaSofi.., As, Its KeyThe -


campaign of Fred (Bud) There are 151 headquarters

Dickinson for governor it a I scattered over the state.
CHARLES STAFFORDThe attitude In which they are de. monument to the organizationman. "I went to leaders of other
hub of
Haydon Burnstcampaign llvered." worked
campaigns men who
for governor Is city Newspapers are not as accur. _t I _'__ ---M"_ -- -- .. --- It is organized, big and flashy. I for Bryant McCarty Carlton.

hall. ate In presenting a candidate's BURNS HIGH KELLY KARL DICKINSON MATHEWS It combines the lastest Madison Dickinson sought experienceIn
The candidate's p r tarred views "must be trans lated with political recruiting his team.
theories
Avenue a
method of delivering his me*. through the writings of others," philosophy that has-by Dlckln. I SmaUiers and Dickinson-and I

sage to the electorate Is In per. he said. son's own estimate -been fer.ment 1 believe 70 per cent of them are

son. Most newspaper people are Florida Governor's Position Ing: since he was only 9. I now for Dickinson," he said.
And the Burns train
campaign
dedicated and honest
Burns ,
And"It has an evangelistic "Behind this kind og organ!
tins on time, or the conductor said but there are those "who "
fervor zatlon he said, "we have triedto
wants to know the reason why. demand of their staffs distorted
On a recent dismal morning- design methods of getting to
The Jacksonville mayor de. half-truths and a utilization of extra shirt In hand, hit wife at the people:.

scribed Ms campaign one recent the newt column to express Satisfying But Exacting JobTALLAHATSEt his side-4he former state senator Other candidates have poked
day In a room at Guy Lombar.
management views which nor. ''
from West Palm Beach fat at ). "Florida Family
do's Port O'Call on the southern mally would be limited to editorial "
-
boarded a DC 3 at Orlando and Dickinson a comic strip appearing
outskirts of St. Petersburg pages." and took off for Palatka. And beforehe in 30 dally newspapers,
In state
He had flown worth while For one thing the He fills vacancies
Into town
four "Let he added AP) The
me emphasize !
that of arrived as though In bene. he said. But he added that the
hours earlier toured the In state of winner goes down In history as county offices including ,
city 'that 88 per cent do a good 35th man to ru' the the sun was beaming strip Is used because his public
extendinghis diction
a long long caravan of cars, Job, but they are so restrictedon Florida as governor will take the a chief executive of one of the U.s. senator thereby relations advisers( told him
out down.
and talked with students at 9.Petersburg space as to make It virtually oath of office at noon Jan. 5, fates of the United State. For Influence long after he Is
Ittoc.1k will
A motor caravan waited. "thrse-to-on more people
Junior and another, the winner has the rare of office He suspends state em.
College
Impossible to adequately com. 1965. and officials from their Dlckl'iso-i, first to the Hud. read a political message In a
of the UU."cov.rnor" .
Klwanlans at their noon lunch. 39 men have servedas privilege holding ployes
Actually
munlcate with the people. ,
forever. Jobs If they prove unworthy.He son Pulp and Paper Corp. wherehe comic strip than In a political
became
since Florida
Burns laid campaigning offer governor "
eon.He had run Into a cell of lib. He territory In 1821. Five During Ms term In office, the grants pardons; he pro. greeted workers at the main advertisement.
no physical problems to him. a
he counter.signs gate. He would grab their Unity is his guiding principle,
draw In sal. claims holidays
erallsm at the Junior college.He territorial In. governor $23,000 ;
said he doesnt put In many were governors checks hands shake them and tell Dickinson said.
warrants
all state ,
spoke- s always-In a quiet Can Andrew Jackson ary lives In the governor'smansion
hours than he eluding
more normally the state' bills and sal. hems "Boys, help me roll this "While so many are trying to
to
not unlike that (a copy of AndrewJackson's pay
voice of a teach.er would as who served only during 1821. "
mayor."I tax back will ? divide us on reapportionment,
has arles and he makes speechesand car tag you
a
"Hermitage") ;
,
lecturing students. There Florida became the 27th stateIn
52 and the
am grandfather
to. north Florida south Florida
the state at tuna The caravan moved on, vs. ,
was-as always-little humor In of all the c candidates and I 1845 and began electing Its limousine and chauffeur and represents ward the civic center at Palat.h' and the racial question," he
Ms remarks. He discussed his and other officials. state airplane at Ms disposal, tions.
daIly wear down two or three own governor
break said "Dickinson
Is Ravine Gardens and 1s talking unity
addition the a
In governor
and draw on an expense ,
opposition to the clvU rights may .
team of younger supporters, member of state boards and fast with a group of the Dickinson one united Sunshine State..
legislation pending In Congress. he said Becoming governor of Florida account.
flock. He said he doesn't like to
When he was done four students U more difficult than winning But, he must work, too. Th.rov.mor" commissions because of Ms of.
The Burns campaign train "
criticize the other candidates
It' time
and fic.. He lean_ active member "Cut me off when ,
threw him questions chal. rolled again this time to St. any other state race. To begin dally task re 01th.m
boards and com. the candidate told his aides. "I "I have no fights with any
24
of
and de specific
lenglng his civil rights stand. He candidate must be citi.z ponslbllltles are heavy
with a
Petersburg Beach for a speechto a would rather leave them withquestions ," he said. "The only thing
fielded each with dexterity and of the United States at least manding. Frequently, he works missions.
loyal workers at a campaign n THE Budget Com. unanswered than wear I do Is take care of Bud Dick.
then hurried lived from early In the morning until These are
Ignoring the 10 and must have In
away
headquarters.Burns years
we've sold the Inson when on we
the them out. When they Jump
mission the Armory Board
little group of student who sat who smiles seldom Florida at least five years.After long after dark. first."
on the grass In front of the fine from the In The governor must exercisethe Board of Conservation the product we quit.
podium was high the candidate
qualifying, executive of Board of Commissioners for The speech was typical Dick. The rigors of campaigning are
arts building singing the theme good humor. Mrs. Burns had must stump the state, making supreme he must power the State Institutions, the Board of inson, delivered In an oratorical no problem, Dickinson said.
the state provide
song of the Integration move" brought from his files a special campaign speeches in every one leadership; for the state's five Education the Board of Trust. style he was practicing In Quad He said he doesn't smoke or

ment, "We Shall Overcome. section published by the St. of the 67 counties and in most million citizens and he must see ... of the Teacher Retirement alcanal foxholes while a Marine drink "so these things don't sap
If he heard them ;
he didn'tshow
Petersburg Times a few year of the municipalities for months oftena He exercises each
of 20 He employed
It.Now to It that all of the laws are en Fund, the Executive Board years ago. my energy.
ago describing progress! made before the May primaries. The the Department of Public Safe favorite speaking device. Aft.er morning pushups, knee bends
after an hour of confer. by the city of Jacksonville. He two men in the runoff must then forced. the Trustees of the Internal proclaiming a point, te would and breathing exercise Be
has the author. ty,
ences with local supporters, he planned to quote from It during weeks The governor
three cam. of
spend more Fund the Boardof add drinks a quart orange
Improvement ,
the Legislatureand
Ity to convene Juice
dissected his campaign Ms Clearwater In
speech replyto to win the nomination.So .
palgnlng to Administration, the Direct "And If you agree with me, a day.
has the responsibility
"I refused to create 67 gover a recent Times' article critical far In Florida the winner the legislature Informed of Tax Commission, the Board of let mi tear from you at this He eats one pound of rare
keep
nors In the state by naming of him and Ms admlnlstra.tlon. .
of the Democratic Party nomi. the state of government He Drainage Commissioners the time." beef once a day, tries to get at
campaign a n Burns
m a
gets, nation also has won the gover. must recommend measures to Housing Board, The Pardon And the rafters rang with ap. least six hours sleep a night,
said. "Instead for the first timeIn "Listen to he said and
this at least two hoursIn
So far the and spends
norshlp. Republican op. Improve the government. He Board the Pension Board plause.
the of
history statewide poll. then read from the
special sec. position has been token controls finances by approving Textbook Purchasing Board the The caravan paused for a the sun art 3iiiidav.,
tics, I have established In every tlon a paragraph praising him. Llcens.Ing from bench In front of At Brooksvtlle Airport, Dick.Inson' .
But, with the additional mil. or vetoing specific items In appropriations Labor Business Agents speech a
community an o r a n I cation
g He told one Joke then an.oth.r.
h.adquart.ra"
Board the Vocational Education the Hasting City Hall, then re. "rolling campaign
ranging In size from 50 to 150 lions of people in the state,Dem. bills. And he approves ,
Isa
This
Board the Purchasing turned to the DCS. was waiting.
ocratlc nominees are taking no o r vetoes legislative ,
people on which our campaign Asked he doesnt
why use
outfitted bus It has
Dlckln. specially
chances. They plan to campaign acts Commission the Inter-American Bound for Brouksvllle
hinges."I friends more humor"In Ms speeches, all the way down to the Novem. As Commander-in-chief of the Center Authority, the Sheriff son described a campaign three loud-speaking system, tables for
am relying on my Burnt said 1 usually Inject a
the Personnel Board, In the planning. newsmen and workers, a cur.
election. he Bureau years
ber general National Guard appoints ,
with whom I have been InvolvedIn
little
at the
levity beginning.
commissioned officers and calls the Civil Defense Council, the "I think the only way to win talned-off room at the rear
for the last Although the winner serves only
common problems
But I don't think problems ofrovernm.nt where the candidate can hold
because
Outdoor Recreation Commissionand Is organization organ.
15 years while serving as mayor are humorous... one term at a time, the vic out the guard for emergencyduty.
backs the candidatewhen conferences, a telephone
Commission.
the Revenue Izatlon up
makes all of effortsSunday .
the
of Jacksonville. He kept cheklng the time, tory he Is nut In town" Dick. Pillow on the divan like
He said he has the backing of asking If they were on schedule. (neon said. "I'm almost I fanat.ic seats In the conference section

85 to 90 per cent of Florida's The car arrived at the rendezvous May 8, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9B 4 c ic on organization, and we've have "Bud 'n Boots" crocheted

city officials and 70 to 75 per on the outskirts of Clear. got It and the best." on them

cent of Its county officials.He water 10 minutes early Dickinson strategists have di. When the bus stops, Dickinson

turned to the problem of "Punctuality means a great Tided the state into U districts. alights and begins shaking

reaching the electorate. deal to me," he said "In 15 Each has leader There Is alsoa bands. The driver hooks up the

"My effort Is to reach the years I have missed only five Fred Karl Moderate Backed I Scott Kelly's Campaign campaign manager In each of microphone. DlcklllOlspe *.

people on as personal a basis u scheduled engagements and two the 67 counties, and a coordina The gear Is quickly stowed, and
possible, preferably through In. of those were because of wea. the bus roll on.
tor. Each county nat a lady's
I dividual and personal contact; ther." chairman a young people'schairman And the echo of Dickinson's
secondly through addressinglive At the precise moment Burns By Most. State Teachers Shows Restless Energy a senior citizens Invariable closing remains

audiences; and thirdly, entered the stadium. He was chairman a rally chairman "The "man who Is too big to

through the media" of television Introduced by a former mayor If Fred Kart moves Into the big part In my campaigns," h e I There Is an athletic vigor town, discussed with three of and oth.r specialists.A come here and ask you for your (
and then radio he said. of St. Petersburg He addresseda
governor's mansion In TaHaha about Scott Kelly's campaign them what he should speak out captain has been named for help I* too little to be your
"tt Is only through these avenues live audience of one thousand said."I
see next January, it will be don't have a disciplined or,, for governor, a flavor of the on al local appearances. It was each of Florida's 3,021 preU'iCis. governor.
that the public has an and an unmeasured television
op.
partly because of but partly ganUatlon like, say, HaylSonBurn. > locker room at half-time the like a coach going over strategy .
to hear the candl. audience
portunlty despite a campaign organlza. ., who has many paid em I 15th round of a championship with Ms staff.
date's words Burns In his ele.
exactly uthey Haydon was
own tlon that Is young bright, eager,, ployes. Most of my workers art> fight the last lap of a breath. At a meeting of the Lee Coun.
delivered and In the ment.
are amateurish, undisciplined and friends." less bid for a four-minute mile. ty Commission beforea pore Mathews' Has
erratic. Confusion and lack of died,> "Join the Go Team" obvious. trait of Robert E. Lee, Kelly Campaign

And he knows it. plane are "Just Inherent in outype 1 Is more than a campaign ..la.I discussed roads and taxes and I

A victory of the state repre.sentatlv of organization" he rgan I It Is an expression of KeU reorganization of the highway

High Concentrates On from Volusia County Grinning broadly, he added,, ly's restless energy, testimony department And Hard Humor
would also be proof of a united "But It does make for some> to his love uf sports. Minutes later, he opened anew Speed

I effort by the state's often dls. dark moments for me. Sometimes .I His Is a campaign that runs Fort Myers headquarterson

united public school teachers. I wonder how we are.ver i against the clock, never beating a favorite theme 11th. -
Pounding City's WalksRobert And he knows It. going to win with this set:: it but always putting up a stout "only practicing private bust John E. (Jack) Mathews1 cam. It bolls up out of his competl.
But Karl has confidence In the up." effort nessman In the race for gover. palgn for governor Is heading for tine spirit the legacy of a fiery,

ability of his organization and He said some of the confusion And so It was on a recent nor," he promised "a business election day like a car moving redheaded John E. Mathews Sr.

King High is running Hlgli said he had never spent the school teachers to deliver 1* his own fault because he has: day. administration by s business from a dead stop on a cold morn. who was a Justice of the Florida

for governor on a shoestring more than $5,200 in his four victory. a tendency to step In when It began In a flurry for the man." Ing to cruising speed on the open Supreme Court.

He calls It "noble money" He bids for the mayor's Job. At the There Isn't much hoopla something goes wrong and lake Lakeland state senator. He He rolled northward on U.s. road. While other candidates say they

says It Is the only kind he mid < point of the governor'srace few blaring sound trucks, few over management of the cam I showed up late at Ms hometown 41, speaking at shopping cen. His Is a campaign with abroad don't campaign this way but only

wants. he said, he had collected motorcade about the Karl palgn. airport In a battered old car, ters. A sound truck would pullIn sense of humor, but a humor thai on their own qualifications., a
This attempt of the Miami only $50,000 to 70000. campaign Questioned about his frequent chauffeured by a farmer. Hi* set up a microphone In front often cloaks the hard Jab ot a hlrh. statement that Isn't always born

mayor to travel economy classto "That's only as much as Hay. There Is a swirling excite references to Bryant, Karl said;: own car had run out of gas, and of a supermarket, and Kelly 1 ly competitive man at one of hit out In the heat of campaigning-

the governor's mansion In don Burns spent In his last ment, a rushing off In al' directions "I'm not crusading against the he flagged down the first one to would begin his talk, promisingto five opponents.In Mathew said h* believes com.

Tallahassee Is one notable facet campaign for mayor of Jack. a breathless confusion Bryant administration, but I am come along. "four-lane U.B. 41, the main a hotel room In Tampa on a parlson to be right and proper.
of his campaign. sonvtlle," he said. among his workers. Throughthis trying to do two things. I am Thirty-five hundred feet above street of the west coast" recent morning Mathews recall "Isn't that what the peopleare

There are others "I think It's time that a cell. Karl moves with good humor trying to show the voters then the gridiron flat land of south! With feet spread a hand ed the campaign of Dave Sholti doing?" he asked "It is

High pounds the state's side big be put on campaign expen. and calm deatchment.And Is room for improvement AndI west Florida, Kelly read news Jammed Into a coat pocket Ms for governor and how It left Its what they should do."

walks looking for votes and dituris," High said. He said he when he reaches his destination am trying to show the conned paper accounts of the other can. voice booming he resembled a mark on him. The humor, he said "Is apart
avoids the byways and cow doesnt' know what the ceiling this handsome young tins between Bryant and Bud ..' doings and sayings."I coach delivering the half-time "1 was about 12 at the time," of life." He added "I've usedIt

paths. should be, "but I do know thata man in hornrlms delivers a log. Dickinson." see Mathews has said pep talk. said the state senator from Jack. In my law practice, and I've
This concentration on the ur. million dollars Is not reason veal message In a firm voice- Spelling out his formula for again that I would repeal the in. The speech done he shook sonvllle. "Two months before used it In the Legislature Lots

ban votes 1s dictated by his In. able proper." a voice reared in Florida by victory, Karl sad: tangibles tax," he told publicist hands. Any hand, every hand. election they said It was all of times you can Illustrate a point

dstence on reapportionment to High like all the candidates, school teacher parents from "First of all, I am running Elmer Rounds. "I've never said If there wasn't one available, he over. They said Sholtz didn't better with humor than anything

give the cities more leglslatlvt had been putting In a 14 to 16 Michigan so that there Is no real strong In my own county that. I think I ought to Mt went looking for one have a chance else"

representation by his Identifies hour day campaigning but he hint of regional drawl. Secondly, I have strong support back." In a bar In North Port Char. "But he won (hut race." And Mathews, who claims that

tlon u the four-time mayor of showed no signs of wear. Part The message almost always among the teacher in every "I don't know, Scott, said lotte, he paused for a glass of "That race provided the plan. he always wakes up happy and has
Miami. county And I have strong or. Rounds "I don't think he's hurt water and Ignored the comment for the Mathews campaign
of each day must be devoted to includes a reference to education never In his life had a headache,
High never neglects the Cu. his duties as mayor. He said he and almost certainly a dry ganlzatlon In the major coun. InC you." at the tough talking barmaidthat From last October till the Is always In high humor.
ban-American areas. Far here, keeps In touch with his Miami Jab at the administration of ties and some organization in As he weighed a decision, Kelly "In the good old days, a end of January, it was In low
Ms command of Spanish gives office Gov. Farris Bryant. all counties... explained Ms theory of the candidate set up the bar beforehe gear. Mathews said the work was Mathews has shifted gears

him a leg up on other candl. The candidate arrived at his "People usually Just write me campaign passed out his cards" strictly organizational. once more, believing, like Gov.
dates. destination a women's coffee, In Miami one day last week- off and believe I won't get much "I don't mind fighting" he "Hey, you," she said, "how do "At that point, you're Just Sholtz, that elections are woo In

High's campaign entourage is neatly groomed. a day In which the young men vote in the small counties," he said. "I've boxed a lot, played you stand on legalizing gambling spinning your wheels if you'renot the last three weeks

modest normally Including only Holding a microphone In his with the duty of keeping Karl on said. "But the teachers are ... football. But when It conies to ? I don't mean race tracks, In low gear," Mathews said. "You can't keep a person fired

him and Ms publicity man, Fred hand, High spoke to a hundred schedule were often In doubt pecially Influential in those politics, I Just don't like to takeoff I mean gambling" "There was no use discussing up about a baseball pennant race,
Clamp Itt. women across a motel swim even of his whereabouts the counties. I think my vote In the on the other candidates Now "I'm against It, Main," said Issues or Ideas at that time. a football season, or anything for

They travel in a private plane mint pool. candidate discussed his cam. small counties will be surprls.ing. and then, though you have to. Kelly The average person could careless a long time," he said. "I've been

loaned by a !group of Miami The setting was beautiful, but palgn in a car en route to a ." "The only thing we have to "Well, you don't get my six months before election. soft selling Ideas.'But the little

men who are buying It, Clam. It worried him. meeting with leader of a state Karl Is a moderate on racial determine Is when they slam vote," said the barmaid. After the qualifying deadlineIn guy wants to know, 'what Is he

pltt says. At the controls Is one "My hands mean a lot to m. Negro teachers' organization Issues. He said he has the sup. us, whether we'll hit back. We A grin skidded over the Kelly February, the campaign shift going to do If he 1..I.ctedrovtr.

of a group of commercial pilots In trying to put over a point" "I'm not a typical politician," port of many Negroes, "not the can counterpunch, and If you've face. "Mam" he said, "If you id Into second. nor?'

who have volunteered their days he said. "Holding a mlcrophon. he said. "The type of campaign militant leaders, but the solid, done any boxing you know find a candidate who says he Is "I wasn't well known around "Now I'm stressing the Issues.
off to the High campaign Impedes me." He said he likesto log I do I* a direct appeal to sensible leaden.1' that's the most dangerous kind In favor of it, let me know." the state," said Mathews "The ."

Over an eggs and sausage* be near his audience the people My organization Just Later at the meeting with the I of fighter" And then he headed into the principal pitch was trying to get

breakfast at the beginning of a But after Ms talk-delivered spreads the word, and provide executive committee of the Flor.I "In this campaign the other kitchen looking for another hand people Interested In Jack Math. Mathews had begun the mora.

campaign day In Tampa, High In a persuasive voice that, in m. a way to get to the people." Ida State Teachers Association I five candidates are at each to shake iws, who he was and what his Ing with a breakfast for SI key

explained Ms campaign Its union of his native Tenne He acknowledged that his a Negro group- Executivi I other all the time," he said At Sarasota the Kelly Cilrl_ qualifications were." campaign worker In the Tampa

"Observer and political writ. see and his adopted Florida campaign began slowly Secretary Gilbert L. Porter !r? "I don't know how the people cheerleaders of the Kelly cam. Then It shifted Into high area. He explained to them bow

arc often asses a candidate's has lost any trace of regional "Every campaign I have won troduced him to other assocla., can make up their minds. The palgn Joined the candidate. "Once people started taking he was shifting gear now In

strength on the amount of mono dialect a matron told Hlght began from a low position and tlon leaders in a motel room prepared ., other candidates aren't talking Clad In their two piece green a little notice," he said, "we the final weeks of the campaign

ey he has. This 1s a mistake. "I cane here as a guest today reached a crescendo point Just with "Karl for Governor'about what they stand for and orange dresses and Kelly began thlnklnc about comparisons to discussion of Issue.

You are equating political I was for Burns, but now I'm before election, said Karl. "signs. "I couldn't win that way. I for-Governor hats, the attractive with the front runners, Haydon H* moved on to a women's
strength with the amount of going to vote for you." '"I'm a great one for timing. I have no confidence in that kind young women went ahead of the Burns and Fred Dickinson" coffee at the plush Palma Cats
money he Is able to collect by "Followed by a sound truck really believe in the soft sell Next day at the airport, thre''of campaign" candidate handing out his liter The chance for comparison golf and country club. In Ms

making commitments." playing the High campaign and Just getting acquainted before members of the Karl-ette e-t I Kelly said Ms home is the hub ature. I came: first when all three appear, opening remarks.. delivered In
of Ms opponentshave Look Me group of young women from of Ms campaign. "We're late," said Rounds. I id at the same Klwanls meeting
He said some song "Hey Over the I begin to move. his drawl that Is sprinkled with
boasted they would spend candidate began a tour of Tam. He said he will spend much of Daytona Beach who wear red,I "I stay at home u much ut'p' Where' SCl t'O" I In Miami. Mathews said he be. crumbs from the Florida crack.

a million dollars, If necessary, pa's cigar factories. Ms campaign money In the final white often and blue with dresses candidate andpear I.I can, evan though I don't get "He just disappeared Into the) I ran hitting hard at what he calls ir-Mathews discussed a cartoon

to win the race. High moved quickly among two weeks In an effort to per. the as much sleep that way I see barber shop" someone said ''Dickinson's phoney promises"Burns' trip entitled the"Florlda Family
"There Isnt that much noble the machines and down the tables suade an electorate who Karl were receiving conflicting dire I the children so little as It Is." A few minutes later, after a I md Mack of understand ttcklnson" and the principal

money around" High laid. "A where Cuban Americans believes Is still largely! unde.elded tlons and how.about where they should go He said his campaign Is sally Into the meal departmentof I ng of state government." character, whom he has labeled

candidate cannot accept a mil. patiently rolled tobacco into per. about whom to vote for feared to provide him six hours a supermarket Kelly piled A John Mathews' comparison I'"Super Bud." I
And In that moment Mrs. Hll of deep Into the convertible and went onto 1 boils down to this lie quotes _
lice dollar without making tectly: shaped cigar Karl said Ms campaigns appeal nightly, but "to me And then Mathews begancussingtuuesoutllningbiscai .
commitment which are detrimental "E un placer conocerlo: ," be to those Interested In good da Wheeler of Daytona Beach- three or four hours of sleep at another speech. 'j something the other candidate has '4 ?

to the Interests of the would tell a worker "Yo nece*. government women, schoolteachers quite unknowingly-put a refreshing home Is worth twice that much And this one, too, ended like 'I laid. He comments on U, usually sign platform .

state. Ito ra apoyo." (B Is a pleasureto college professor. Intellectuals finger on the Karl cam.palgn. on the goad" the rest: with caustic humor. And then be I'I his coffee-sipping point audience.by point&Ift

'1 am going to do u much meet you. I need your help.") people) Interested lathe Said she: Kelly landed at Fort Myers, "The Go Team Is on the field xplalns his own stand 1 Is not The Mathews campaign
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as I can with noble money, and "SI they smfled."SL" art*. HOne must be flexible, fluid greeted his local supporters VYe'r going all over the state A Mathews' comparison trolling: aloof la ".rdrl....
then I will do no more." 1'b.1i obvious was High ground. "These people) usually take a and adjust." and, |Q I convertible riding Into coring touchdown every day." I Cantle with his opponent.


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r ONE CANDIDATE STANDS



1 FIRMLY AGAINST THIS



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'ri/ f SCOTT KELLY


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Stands As Your
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L1IP' Of Opposition to the Civil '



: Rights Legislation!I




TOTAL FEDERAL CONTROL

The bill now pending in the United States Senate would OUR GRAVEST THREAT

(a) Allow people to be jailed without trial by jury (Titles I, II, III, IV, and VII). .
It wouldb

( ) Allow the government to hold Star Chamber sessions and to imprison those ,
who disclose, without permission, what went on behind its closed doors The gravest threat to the Constitution of

It would (Sec. 501)). the United States, the Bill of Rights, and
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(c) Deny an Individual the right to freely seek employment without Federal inter- our personal freedom, which has ever appeared -

It wouldd ference as to race or religion-it would deny this right (Titles VI and VII). on the American scene is the Civil

( ) Deny the employer the right to hire, fire, promote and demote without Federal Rights bill now before the Congress.

interference as to race or religion-it would deny this right (Titles VI and VII).
It would .

',''., (e) Deny to School Boards (public and private) and to colleges the right to deter- This is t h. piece of I legislation -
'j' mine, unhampered by the Federal government, how their students and teaching which has ever been offered to a
staffs should be handled-it would deny this right (Titles IV, VI and VII).
It would freedom-loving people, and it will destroy '"

(f) Take from local and State officials their right, without Federal interference our democracy and our way of life if it is
To handle local and State elections (Title I);
*t' To regulate local parks, swimming pools and other recreational facilities passed
.;, (Title ID);

To regulate hotels, restaurants,, motion-picture houses, stadiums, etc. I oppose this bill with every fiber of my
(Title liD); and
To regulate employment practices (Titles VI) and VII). being as I h. its inception. I have

* * * * * * * spoken my views from every platform in

this state and I have become the symbolofopposition
FEDERAL INSPECTORS WOULD DICTATE TO- ;
in this Governor's race to
INDIVIDUALS: BANKS AND OTHER BUSINESSES AND INDUSTRIES:
As to FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS As to the Civil, Rights bill.
1. Seniority in private As to 1. Hiring, firing and promoting
employment. 1. Approval of loans. of employees.
2. Seniority civil service. 2. Foreclosure loans. 2. Racial balance of job
3. Preferential advance of 3. Compensation, terms, classifications.minorities A vote for Scott Kelly serves notice on
conditions of employment. 3. Racial balance of office
; the that
4. Social Security. 4. Hiring, firing and promotion staffs. Congress you are opposed to the
5. Veterans';, and Welfare of employees. 4. Preferential treatment of
benefits. 5. Racial balance of job minorities.! Civil Rights Bill. Congress is watching .thisGovernor's
6. Employee facilities. classifications. 5. Compensation terms, and
race. Supporters of this bill in
conditions of their
HOTELS, MOTEL' AND FARMERS:
RESTAURANTS: As to employment. Congress know that the election of Scott
HOSPITALS
As to 1. All Federal farm :
1. Rental of rooms. 2. Employees and tenants.programs. As to Kelly in Florida will, seriously I weaken theircase.
2. Service of customers. 1 1. Medical I and nursing staffs.
3. Membership in farmorganizations.
3. Hiring, firing and promotionof 2. Technical, clerical I and .
employees. other employees.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES: 3. Patients' beds and
LABOR UNIONS AND
As to operating rooms.
As MEMBERS to : 1. Handling of pupils. 4. Facilities & accommodations. Again I say to you that I oppose this
2. Employment of facilities. STATES AND MUNICIPALITIES:
1. Job seniority, of members 3. Occupancy of dormitories. As to Civil Rights Bill, I If similar I legislation is
2. Seniority in apprenticeship 4. Use of facilities. 1. State FEPC acts.
programs. 2. State Labor laws. presented to the Florida! Legislature I I will"
3. Racial balance in job TEACHERS: 3. Handling of public facilities.
classifications. As to 4. Supervision of private fight it with every ounce of my strength.
4. Racial balance in 1. Their employment, discharge facilities.
membership and promotion. 5. Judges and Law Enforce- If the Legislature adopts any such Bill, I
5. Preferential advance of 2. Preferential treatment of ment Officers.
minorities. minorities. 6. Handling of elections. will veto it, and veto it, and veto it.










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Attacks In Wilderness Repeat with Pete"


By Lon K. Savage man power could not be used to ,".. ..It,

Lone lines of Federal wagons best advantage. t".1'
rumbled down to Germanna Fordon aIJJ
LEE: ATTACKSSo
the Rapldan River In east.
Lee, once again showing hisgenius rA -
central Virginia 100 I
years ago -
for military
tactlcs.order.
this week, carrying the Civil War
ed his army of 60,000 to attack
Into Its final, bloodiest stage. / :
the Federal monster as it thrash, Tw
It was the morning of May 4,
ed In the wilderness.
Next day,on S ELECTWILLIAM
S.
and Gen. Ulysses Grant was :
crossing the Rapldan to move May S, Lee personally led his -
army Into the wilderness.
the Confederate
against army of
There, the two armies
Robert E. Lee, who was wait. great
Ing on the far side of the river. collided. First, there was picket al J.
The crossing meant that the two firing; then the cavalries fought, I. $", 4
and suddenly, there
titans of the Civil War Lee and was shooting
for the length and breadth of the
Grant must finally fight each
wilderness. Grant, never one to
other In a death struggle betweenthe
dodge a fight, accepted his tactical .
Union and the Confederacy. .
and wheeled his
dldnt take lone for disadvantage t. i
the
tight to around into s
army a srjblance of
start. battle lines. Amid the tangle of _____ '--- -
South of the river sprawled a H.TETE"
huge wilderness, a tangle of undergrowth -undergrowth and tree branches OVERLAND T RIP Rtplica of Santa Maria
Federals fought Confederates,
and woods so thick that man against man,platoon against built In Barcelona, Spun shipyard ,movtt en trailer through l
one could seldom see as tar as platoon, company against coon.pany.There Flushing, N.Y,. en route to World Fair grounds for display,
100 yards.Lee watched as Grant's
was little organlza.
army of 120,000 came across the tlon; men just went forward and places, and men fell wounded I Next mornlngtxitnarmleswent
river and disappeared into the killed or got killed. No one only to burntodeath In the leaves,, at each other again, and the
wilderness, and he realized the Lee and counter, slaughter worsened. Lee, him.
r Grant included could There were charges
time had come to strike. Once self, came within a hair of beIng f
see all that movementsbut
was happening. Gun. charges and flanking
:
In the wilderness, Grant's superior Y; captured when Federal Gen. :7'
fire became the onl
r a steady din.Smoke when the day ended, ]
artillery would no longerbe VYlnfleld Scott Hancock charged
from the guns filled the woods; certain thing was that many mel n '
an advantage and his center.But .
superior the woods caught fire In many had died. through the Confederate
Just as the Federals appear.
ed to have won a crucial break
through,Confederate Gen.James

A Vote Of Confidence scene Longstreet's and swept men through arrived, deal.on

Ing a sledgehammer blow to> DOUB

F Hancock' charge. Longstreet, .
for after saving the day for Lee, fell
woundeda Mlnle ball in hi a shoul

der.On
the other side of the wild
LILLIAN C. MILLER ernen, Grant's army took anuth. i
er whipping when Lee ordereda
charge against John Eedge
CANDIDATE wick's men, but Eedgewlck fin.
ally brought the situation back under .
I control.
Board of Public Instruction When night finally came, the COUNTY
v two armies sank exhausted to the _
ground. Grant had suffered about ,
r IP 17,000 casualties; Lee had lurr.r. _
DISTRICT #2 ;
ed about about half that many.
Technically, Lee had won another
WILL PROVIDE the School Board with an educationally victory. COMMISSIONER.r1
well-qualified member -- B.S. degree In Accountancy After similar battles in the !
Grant's
past, predecessors had
(University of Illinois) and three years experienceas pulled their armies back to nurse 1
a school administrative assistant ; their wounds but Grant did not 'r 1. d i..,.'. .
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think that way. Once the Battle '.' ""
WILL GAIN a dependable, aggressive leader 'who will work of the Wilderness ended, Grant .n... .t ;"( :' 1 .
constantly for the best educational system began preparing his orders; his ; ; '
possible throughout the entire County; army would continue novlng south fromDISTRICT :\ t' .
toward Richmond, nut north toward .LI.

candidate with sufficient Washington. 1" .
WILL ELECT an Impartial 'I
And General Lee suddenly realized .
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business background to be a watchdog over tax he was dealing with a per. :!'
funds and make decisions for the majority so that slstent man. "

_e every child is given an equal opportunity for No. 5 : ;tt : : j'

maximum development.I SEVEN GALLONS ,
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RICHMOND M tAI)) 'I tr\
to give each time th, HI ,,,.j

A.\.the....DEMOCRATIC..PRIMARY on. !May..5th mobile \i us, hen' hut I ,.-i ibuiinctsnuin ,. i ... .' "
I D ot b:r: "* '" .',"!I/I;;'r", ,:ra1dhn. }d..Ri'ti''''"tJ- I: 1'\6 -, :: :'. ..' ., .t ,
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Ri n.rl (.um \ ,; ,"... !1 I
remember Lillian C. Miller Hi* luu. wi t< h" hih fl. il I ,,1Ih "
I up .U' .c\,'n (alloiu\
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As Representative of Hoard on County Agricultural, Advisory


Committee, has worked hard to secure Sugar Mill for Immokalee -


(? Area. I .


On Advisory Committee for the State Farmers Market In 1m-


mokalee. ;' 'if ,
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Has worked for and encouraged the Development of the new

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\ Citrus Industry in Collier County.

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I Was instrumental in securing Soils Laboratory for the Immok-

.
alee Farmers.

(l'k
l'r I am for County-wide Water Conservation program.I .


support and encourage our County 4-H Club Program.

wrffJJo
Supporter of Alligator Alley.


Supporter of Bond Issue for Aquisition of Beach Property.Will .
t a.t 0te't toci-/'olde J

work with our Welfare Director and other Board membersto


keep County welfare at a minimum.

That's right. There aren't any.
Hard worker although Immokalce is 40 miles from Naples, I am

Only monkli Naples Federal Savings and Loan Association benefit from the profits in the twice--
the first the at 8:00 and the. last to leave.
yearly dividends paid as earnings on their savings. man on job a.m.


How do you get in on a deal like this? Have the experience and know how to meet any and all problems


that may come up.I .
Easy!

am willing to Devote all my time to this important job, at
Open a savings account at Naples Federal. You'll automatically become a member of the Association.

You'll be saving money while collecting twice-yearly earnings on your savings. And your money will stay present it takes 80 per cent of my time.

right here in Naples-working for the betterment of the community.You .


see, it does make a difference where you save!

ON TUESDAY, MAY 5th, GO TO THE POLLS AND RE-ELECT


WILLIAM H. "PETE" DOUB YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONERFROM


NAPLES FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION DISTRICT No. 5

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( 126 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday Maya, 1964 I headed by Rep. William Cram- Nevertheless, candidates gees
Party Races In Florida er, R-Fla., pledged to Sen. Barry erally feel honor bound to sup.
folk tunes and simple classics, Ooldwater; fUArlz., and an port their pledges at least c-
7 Naples Piano to relatively advanced works of unpledged slate headed by State the first ballot or as long u
Schumann Beethoven Republican Chairman Tom their candidate Is In the run
and Mot Come
Students Play In At Second Primary
art. Also Included will be a group i Brown. nlng.
Multiple Recital of keyboard popular numbers ands Though unpledged officially, After the conventions are ove
group of Rogers and Hammer d TALLAHASSEE (AP) Al. Ing the post of Democratic national > Democratic national committee-., Brown's slate is loyal to Gold- .the delegates generally ar(
Seven Naples piano students stein favorites. though candidates for Demo. commltteeman and 4 arc i woman and two are seeking the,, water. dismissed
will take part In a multiple piano Pupils from Fort Myers Fort eratle and Republican Party of. seeking the post of republican i I post of Republican national I, Even though slates are pledged But the national
recital at 3 o'clock this afternoon Myers Beach,Naples,Cape Coral flees have to obey the same rules national committeeman. Four, committeewoman. or loyal to particular c u,. committee
in the Educational Building of the and Immokalee will be taking for qualifying as do candl. women are seeking the post ol r Unlike the other primary races dldates, they are not bound bylaw man each and committeewoman remains the in
East Fort Myers Baptists part In this performance. dates for governmental offices, the election of national I to cast their ballots for that party official
Church. Naples will be represented by the strictly party races are left committee m a n and national candidate at the national con- party election representative four until the
The event, said to be the first Lori Golden; Martin Jones,Rose. to the second primary.The Elton Goldie committeewoman Is a one-sh ot> vention. years later.
of Its kind In either Lee or Col mary Loach, Missy Lulejlan, reason for holding off affair There is no runoff In
Her County, Is sponsored by the Jane and Ann Rogers and Jennl. such party elections to the sec those races. The candidate tor
Fort Myers Music Teachers fer Watkins, all pupils of Mrs. ond primary-May 28 this yearIs Finishes Stint each post receiving the most votes
Association to observe the open. Burton Walworth. simply a matter of ballot wins.
Ing of National Music Week. length The same Is true for election
It will feature 144 boys and CIRCLEVl LLE. Ohio AP) For example, 449 candidatesare At Fort LeonardArmy of the party delegates to the national 0 Dreni and Drapery Fabrics
girls In ensembles of eight to The Rev. John Morgan and his seeking governmental of. Pvt. Elton L. Goldie, convention. The slate receiving
18 players on eight pianos under wife, returning from a three-week r flees In the May 5 first primary.Not son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. the most votes In the Notions
the direction of Arlo Dlebler, visit to the Holy Land were fairly all of these will be on the Goldie, 3234 Terrace Aven Naples second primary represents the Quilted Bed Spreads
conductor of the Fort Myers certain that members of their same ballot In every county, state In the national convention.
Symphony Orchestra. congregations were (lad to have however. But each county will completed an eight-week This year, the Democratic National Alterations
Piano students ranging In age them back vote on congressional and legls. cooking course April 24 at Fort Convention will be In Atlantic
from six years to the middle Congregation members of theminister's latlve offices, state attorney, Leonard Wood Mo. City, N.J.; and the Republican
teens will present a series of Evangelical United DUTCH MONARCH public defender, three Supreme Goldie received: instructionin National Conventionwill Everything for the Home Ie"'tr
18 groups of one to three short Brethren churches; in nearby Ash- Court justices, public utilities bread, cake and pastry bakIng be In San Francisco.
selections. Most of the groups ville and Robtown formed a car This Is the official birthday commissioner, sis Cabinet posts meat cutting and Army This year, the Democratic
will be of two players at each caravan to meet the Morgans at portrait of Queen Juliana of the and governor In addition to such mess hall operation. Party has one slate of delegates
piano. These selections will the airport. They brought them Nethtrlandt by court photo- county offices as judge, sheriff, The 22-year-old soldier entered and the Republican Party has The Fabric Mart
range from melodious little home to a welcoming party at the graphs Mm Koot She marks commissioners, constables, tax the Army in December
teaching pieces,Including hymns, A'hville church. her S5th birthday, on April 30, collector, tax assessor, voter 1963 and completed basic training two.That means, the Democratic
registrar surveyor,circuit slate, pledged to President Johnson
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court clerk, school superinten. at Fort Jackson S.C. will represent the state. 690 Fifth A",.., So. MI 2-1334
dent and others He attended Naples High But the Republican voters will
OPEN EVERY DAY 600 Wedge DriveN In addition, 15 men are seek. School. have to choose between a slate




N f Swing Congo To Republic Left BETTER BUYSare I



Worries WestBRAZZAVILLE from 3LJLtJth

.- Congo Republic a &
t .. (AP>-The governmentof
this former French colony Is
turning sharply to the left, caus.
ing Western fears that Comatu-

fist The penetration United States may, not follow.so long Right For Development

ago considered a friend Is regarded -
with suspicion and frequently
with hostility.
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President
Alphonse Massem.
ba-Debat, hoisted to power last
August by a revolt of the labor
unions, Insists he wants to lead
the country toward "positive
brand! now home U Ideally situated In The Mooting overlooking the Golf Coutie neutralism" In "peaceful revolution.
The appointments In this home will delight you. especially the kitchen and dining ."
room. It has three bedrooms, two baths. central air conditioning and heating. Kitchen A group of Marxist Cabinet
hat disposal and fully automatic oven and range A large two car garage opens on members Is giving the regime
to paved driveway Pi Iced: to sell at only $28.500.00.t an increasingly pro-Eastern
tone. Massembs-Debat, still not
sure of his strength, gradually
t HARBOUR CLUB APARTMENTPrice Is being swept with the current. ve wo '7

just recently I educed to $3 ',1)00 complete. Carefree living in leaning Restless organizations youths of are Marxist form R0 .. ,
one of the finest and most luxurious clubs in Naples. Sumptuously log revolutionary committees kaReR
furnished in every detail. Central heat and air. Large enclosed throughout the country. Anti
porch overlooking swimming pool, garden patio and inland water- white feeling rises and falls yti :J .f a y 1y'f w .1.. a
way. periodically, creating tension
and fear among 8,000 French
\ men.
1 Associates: French Investments have
dropped sharply and stores are F
WESLEY G.
a0r/tt
reluctant to replenish ? .
Earl L Frye Erwin G. Downing stocks. *
Rufus P Burn him Everyone remembers' tbt pan
I Icky exodus of Belgians fypm
;MBH D0WNJNG? Ph. MI 2-2179, Leopoldville across the" Congo
II River nearly four years ago.
764 5th Avenue, South. Atrou fees French officials count mainly
Realtor Firm National bank In Niplra, Ft*. on the fact that this land of K-
.- 800,000 people needs France to rR i ll..
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