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Zoners Again
Morning Turnout Below Par Ar

Say 'Cool Off




Council Zoning Board Room'The of Appeals Late Vote Surge'Must' The or

tills morning renewed Its B7 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
annual plea to City Council to
Install tlr-condltlonlng In the MOSCOW (AP) Premier
big htgh-celllnged City Hall Khrushchev told Algerian Pres.
ideal Ahmed Ben Bella today he
meeting room. a- 4 ,
: y would pay him a return visit at
This In which Council
room a4
For ParkA the first opportunity.
and Its appointive boards, Khrushchev was saying food.
as well as Social Security ..r bye to Ben B.lla at Simferopol
and various civic organizations Airport, In the Crimea. Ben
gather for meetings Is the only Bella, who Is paying a state
non-alr- City Han. City Manager Vince during the late afternoon hoursis the noon hour count was 264 at alee, the morning turnout was to Leningrad
Wood last year' asked Councilto needed to push Collier County the First Methodist Church, 223 slightly lower, It per ceHt o! the
budget $4,000 for the Job, past the 60 per cent markin at the fire station, and 190 at 1,056 eligible voters. The small CAIRO, Egypt (AP) Coo.
but Council deleted the Item today's primary election. the Church of Christ.A Isles of Capri reported more en. struct Ion accidents at the As.

In Its budget deliberations.The Noontime reports from var. I the North Naples firehouse, couraglng news, with 20 out of 28 wan dam project have taken 221
appeals board recommended Iou precincts showed that less 140 voters had showed up by noon voters appearing In the morning.The lives, Including six Russlansthe
for a 23 per cent turnout. A turnout at Marco newspaper AI Akhbar reported.
was
-- than, one-fourth of the register nesr. !
Council approval ,
VOTFRS were in line before 7:30: a.m. In Precinct 10 at the Church of ed voters had exercised their similar percentage had cast bal. log 50 per cent, with 31 out of 70
of a nine-toot rear yard set Christ casting ballots for favorite candidates. Good weather prevailedfor franchise In the morning hours. lots at Naples Park. The Amerl voters casting ballots. At Good. TOKYO (AP) A deep seatelephone
back variance for Curt M.Boqvlst. Those who have not voted are can Legion Hall at East Naples land, 25 of B6 had voted by noon. cable being laid as
the balloting which will include a key referendum on a county beach
He build a 115 voters at noon .
plans to reminded that the poll. will be reported the last link of a 5,500 mue.
74 by 30-foot apartment buildIng park at Vanderbilt. A simple majority of the freeholders must vote on open until 1 p.m. Persons Inline slightly over 21 per cent. No Brother Of Late long llawalUapan cable broke
onacanal-frontlotonChes- the beach park issue or it will fail automatically. at that hour will be permitted report was available from the Monday In rough seas 90 mlks
apeake Avenue. to vote. other East Naples precinct Viet President off Japan's Chlba Peninsula.
The front of this lot faceson Of the county's ',G03 register The cable ship Long Lines re.
County voters wno are free ed voters, 5,12011v. in the seven Decreed To Die ported It was going back 20
Chesapeake, and the rear holders are balloting today on Naples area precincts. These miles to
Public On try to pick up the
faces a 100-foot wide canal. 3 Hearings Tap a proposed $350,000 bond issueto same seven precincts also SAIGON Viet Nam (AP) broken end In 4000foot.deep
t Boqvlst asked to have his build buy a mils-long, 18 -acre tract contain 4.1810fth.county's 5,351 Former President Ngo blnhDI.m' seas with an anchor.
ing bulk within 16 feet, compared of beachfront land north of Van. freeholders who art eligible\ for younger brother, Ngo
to the required 25 feet, derollt Beach. At least 50 percent the bond Issue referendum.City's Dlnh Can, lost his appeal for
of Council plus one of the, register clemency from a death sen. KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) -
the waterway. Moving the For City TomorrowThree ,, The Uganda
government
building closer to the canal ed freeholders must vote on the lance today and Is scheduled to says
7,000 refugees\ from Sudan have
die by the guillotine within the
bond issue to make the refer.endum
would give him enough room next five days entered northeast \Uganda In the
valid. If this require.mint Annual
In front for off-street park- public hearings will Ing on a proposed toning ordin. coordinated groin program for is not met, the referen. The Viet !Nam press reportedthat past 10 days The area has been'a
ing Boqvlst explained.NOT highlight tomorrow morning's once amendment restrict build. protection of the beach south of dum falls automatically. Duong Van Minh, the chiefof haven for southern Sudanese
Naples City Council meeting Ings In multl.family toning dls. Doctor Pass. Tax Sale Set state, rejected Can's appeal rebels since a IMS army ma.'
A WAIVER At 10 a.m. Council will "hear trlcts to two stories In height The City Is proposing to spend Democrats are voting a fairly along with the appeal of one of tiny.
Approval by the sward was complaints or objections"pro. The present height restriction about $2,000 to Install radio long primary ballot headedby Can's aides, Phan Quang Dong,
subject to approval by adjoining posed renaming of several lo. has been called ambiguous by the equipment in public works ,.. the slfeman race for gover. For May 28thTax who also is under a sentence of TAIPEI, Formosa CAP-)
property owners,and Is"In cal streets, suggested by the post Zoning and Planning Board and hides. Under reports by the nor and battles for three Coun death. Ninety three workers were
no sense" a waiver of the )5- office or tie Parks Board. A half by Council.At Zoning and Planning Board are ty Commission and two School Assessor-Collector Bert Both Can, 52, and Dong were killed In accidents In coal minesIn
foot space requirement between hour has been allotted to this 11, there will be another such topics as the review of Board seats. Republicans are Plnkston said this morning buy. convicted of murder, unlawful Formosa In the first three
and hearing public hearing, of more routine home occupation licenses, and voting among three gubernatorial ers of tax certificates at the detention extortion and harm. months of this year, an official
a building any accessory Then Council will hold a hear. nature. It deals with confirm. proposed elimination of guest candidates.As City's annual tax sale will haveto log the national economy. report said today
buildings. This means Boqvlstcan't ing the preliminary assessmentroll houses. In cash checks drawnon
of noon today 877 of the pay ,
build boathouse the
a on for paving Fifth Avenue In the local banks, or by certified: ,' -
registered voters
1,883
canal but be said he wasn't Electric RateCut'In'Effect Parkway between Ninth and 10th, checks. I
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Cite of Naples had east ballots .
planning build one.*nywayv Streets. ''Scan Proposed ,. at the! three precinct l catlon.. Plnkston plans to announce J. ,.... ..;. ,' ,. .
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Though the matter is quiet Sandwiched around and between The percentage furnout was 14... these conditions as he begins \ .. ,
the board these hearings will be several the sale May 28 at 130. In past \
right now, suggested !May BillsTALLAHASSEE Rights Changes In the city: election in February, ..
other items of business The he said checks
drawn
that It has considered "all necessary there were ell voters by noon, years t
particulars" In the : (AP) Rest agenda notes that the one-year WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. so Interest appears to be not as on out.of.town banks have been
George Galt setback-variance dentlal customers of Florida temporary permit for the fence ate Democratic leader Mike high for today's election. accepted, but there has been un.
request. The matter should not Power and Light Company will around Lake Park school expires Mansfield of Montana said to. certainty at the time whether
get nearly 45 per cent of the $10 May 15. The fence was a c.nlerof day he hopes to "break the ice"on these checks are good.
back before the
come appeals million a year cutback of elec. controversy a year ago but the civil rights bill Wednes. Refusal to honor out.ot.lown
board members said. The trlclty rates ordered by the State Council Is expected to give rou. day when the first Jury trial II'' bank checks apparently will
board earlier recommended dental Public Utilities Commission Use approval to extending the amendments are brought up. thwart the efforts of an outof.
of the request because the Chairman Ed Mason of the permit. Various proposals are pendingto \\flMW YOURDRIVER'S town 'professional" tax certl I
Gabs' proposed house can fit commission said that the lower City Manager Vince Wood will require Jury trials for contempt \ LICENSE I Imm ..! flcate buyer who, Plnkston
on the lot. The owners want rates were approved Mondayfor give a public works progress re In civil rights cases, or YOUR says, works with a four.man
the house set offcemer on the the utility company to put port. Latest developments will be to limit the punishment a judge BIRTH MONTH staff. He has paid with out-of.
lot. Into effect on Its May bills. given regarding the proposed may order without a jury trial. town bank checks In the past.




I Naples Pet Show Had Little Bit Of Everything r" LL I Ih.



The first annual Family Pet thing ran smoothly under the Hon Mention Jane Elsberg, Best All-American Dog: 1st, Katie) ryn Torjusaen;Hon Men Roy: 2nd, Carol Krsmmesj 3rd, 4
Fair held by the Humane Society chairmanship of Mrs.Ruby Lind Kathy Keely Pattie Donovan, Jean Cash; 2nd. John Collins; tion Steven Matthews. Erica Schneider and Charm! Ah.4 LA
of Naples at Cambler Parkon and Mrs. Alice TImberlake. Margaret Gllflllan. Dirk El- 3rd, Valerie Weasel Hon.Men. Longest: Whiskers: lit,Jeff Miller.

Saturday morning was "a The four judges,Mrs.Mamie ferdlnk. Mike Deason Rodney tlon Nancy K Der Brooke KoIlopulos Abbott: 2nd, Laura Rudy. Most Colorfcl: 1st, floppy

great success", sponsors Tooke, Dave Splngter, Ron Mc- Garner and Man Bailey. and Kathalyn Gather. Most Colorful: lit Patricia Engel: 2nd, Dart Bailey; 3rd.
report with over 70 pets on Cune and Mrs. Keller, had the Best Trick; 1st, Don De- CATS Largest: 1st, Susan Bailie; 2nd, (Katherine Seaberg. Clarice Poner."WHOOPEE".
hand with their proud owners most difficult Job but, after all Voe; 2nd, Cindy Standrige; 3rd, Bell; 2nd, Laura Rudy. MISCELLANEOUS Most:

,including dogs,cats,ducks, categories were presented,rib- Mike Bright; Hon Mention Smallest: 1st. Susan Foster Unusual; 1st. Tom Johnston:
rabbits, hamsters, turtles, sea bons were awarded for the following Paul Callan and Rod Jones. ; 2nd, Patricia Bailie. 2nd, Martha Hendrlcksonj 3rd,

anemones, a horse, goat, alligator Merriest Mutt: 1st, Debbie Ben Groomed Tabby: 1st, Marsha Evans; Hon. Mention the terrier was

guinea pig and snake DOGS --Largest: 1st. Lucy Stone; 2nd, Sue Stewart; 3rd, Katheryn Torjuuen; 2nd, Tim Scott Fuller, Peggy Coe and one of the first residents of the

in addition to more than 300 Brinkman; 2nd, Jerry Burnett Mary Ann Evans. Miller. Patti Traer. Humane Society's animal shel
spectators in the grandstand. family. Most Obedient: 1st, Corky Prettiest: lit, (Katherine Largest: 1st, Douglas Deer- ter. Her winning ways won the

Mrs. Walter Keller Society Smallest: 1st. Cindy Cell; Banks; 2nd, Dick Cole family. Seaberg; 2nd. Jeff Abbott; 3rd, ing. affection of workers and a per.

president, opened the ceremonies 2nd, Robbie Dlefenthaler; 3rd, Smallest! lit, David Kopp; manent residency as shelter
followed by a parade of Lynn Schultz 2nd Tim Miller; 3rd, Clay mascot. She Is now the first to
New County AeriaThe I Maps! AnnouncedThe !
all jets) ted by "Grand Mar- Best Groomed Mutt: 1st, Bailie; Hon. Mention Susan greet visitors at the shelter r+

thai Whoopee, the Society's John Craig; 2nd, Sue Stewart; County ASCS office for Index sheets and forms for Park. Mrs. Walter Keller president of
tiny canine mascot. Outside 3rd, Valerie Wenzel;lion men- USDA has announced that a new ordering any of the maps art on prettiest: 1st, Carol Kram- the Humane Society of Naples,
of the goat eating his programand tion John Collins. serial photography night for Col. file In the ASCS office locatedIn mes: 2ndJefTProvenz.no3rd, Inc., thought It only fitting that
Her County was recently flown the State Farmers Market In Annette Bremerman and David
exhibitor's tag and a rabbit Groomed
Best Pure-Rred: Whoopee lead the grand paradeat
crowd covering all of the county west Immokalee and forms may also Sorokotys: Han Mention Ross
running through a 1st, Dick Cole family 2nd
,
: Saturday's fair See story.
ed show of the Turner's River Road andColller.flendry be secured at the county agent'soffice Miller, Tom Dell pet
ring of dogs, every- Carol Yanson 3rd Mike
; Bright, In (NEWS photos)
county grade. Naples.
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"BLAZE," the pride and joy of Doug Deering, was an entry in the pet show THE VARIETY of pets entered in the show was astonishing Harry En"HUSTER," the Great Dane entered \>r Lucy Ann

Included among the tricks performed "Blaze" was hefty hand (hoof) gar, 11 years old, fancies "Cleopatra" about the finest of pets while 5-year- Brinkman easily won the prize as the largest dog

shake old Charley Bailey classifies "Petle," the parakeet at the top of the pet list, in the pet show See story,



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Final China-Soviet Break CAP Here In Strength For Search Test




Imminent Book Indicates \ -:-:- ,I '. ;, : _

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By WILLIAM L. RYAN German Communist leaders lor 'r rr
AP Special CorrespondentA opposing his line ":
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Chinese-Inspired book circulating -That he bled Red China for .... I MiiT
In Asia levels sensational repayment of every ruble 1J7" ,
charges against Soviet Premier loaned for the prosecution of
Khrushchev and Illuminate the the Korean war.
monumental Moscow Peking The book, citing little-known
battle for domination of revolutionary documents which must have
movement In the underdeveloped been supplied by the Red Chinese .
world. goes far back in the history I
Bursting with antl-Khrushcher of the Moscow.peklng dispute
fury, the book accuses the So. to portray "flea-bitten
vlet leader of such things U Khrushchev" as an "adventur. cc
plotting against Fidel Castro's lit, opportunist, traitor, manlp-
regime In Cuba and advocating ulator, stage manager all of tr f ,
abandonment of the Communist which produce the modern re rr f t
struggle to take over South Viet vlslonlst."
Mara and Laos In Southeast The author, once again seeming .
..
A&1 a. to echo Peking predicts that : u
The charge and documents Romania will be the next Eu.
tlon could have come only from ropean Communist nation to
Peking With Moscow's latest la. join Albania in breaking away
ment that the Chinese are try. from the Khrushchev camp. He 1

Ing to freeze the Soviet Union says Romanian Communist ioo- IL.J iN "VA
out of Asia, Indications are that chief Cheorghe Gheorgiu.De
the dispute his gone past the "Is a brave man, and the world NUMERCUS flights went out from the Naples Airport. Here is where I

point of no return and that the will soon see the Romanian pilots were briefed ou flight plans.
breaking point Is near. Peoples Republic also proving
The book was published In Its national sovereignty."
Ceylon late last year. It was Since the book was published,
written In English by Theta Romanian leaders have traveledto t
Cunaward Hana, a Ceylonese Peking and have been pic. .-._______ ___ -.. .. ._ '"___ _. __ _. r tirs.

Communist leader who is activeIn lured in the forefront of effortsto F.T COL. Norman Fisher (r) was mission co-ordinator of the Civil Air Patrol
the "Afro-Asian sofi-pedal the
Its text Indicates solidarity"movement. It dispute But Ghonrgnlu-DeJ Moscow-Peklng did "effectiveness test" held by the Air Force last Saturday. Neapolitans

was virtually dictated by the fall to show up at a round of checking the map with Fisher from left are Major Vernon Sweet, Senior
Chinese. The title of the book Khrushchev meetings recently Membel' Frank Men ill, and Lt Jerry Capuano. About 400 senior members .
Is Khrushchevltm." with satellite leaders and cadets took part in the simulated hunt for a missing plane.
Here are a fw of the accusa <
lions against Khrushchev: Over 400 senior membersand

-That he made a deal with cadets of the Florida Wingof j,
President John F. Kennedy for the Civil Air Patrol assem- ,
"20 years of peace" and
bled at squadron headquartersof
pledged not to support violent w W
revolution the Naples branch of the CAP

-That he deliberately built Saturday to participate In the
up the October 1982 missile I annual Air Force effectiveness

crisis to humiliate Fidel Castroso
test.Two
that the Cuban regime would otherWing bases one
be overthrown It favor of Mo*, at Lakeland and another at

cow. ralned Communists. Ocala, took part In the Wing
-That he sent agents to P.. test set up by the Air Force.
king to foment trouble between A like number of senior andes
Chinese and Africans, particularly .
det members were active at
In the university.That .
each base. U. Col. EJ. Cam-
he plotted the Hungarian ... t... ..M! .:: '..-.o ..-"" 1'"
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uprising In 1958 in a deal peau. Wing officer, I
with Yugoslav President Tito reported. ALWAYS there is a possibility of an emergency, so cadets fall to in I

only to have It backfire Into full r r' The test, a simulated hunt strength to pitch the Red Cross tent.
blown revolution. for a mlsslne aircraft. started I
-That he bludgeoned Commu. locally at 6a.m.wlthi abrtef-
nist-ruled nations with threatsof Ing and was called off about
economic reprisals so they 3:30: by the Air Force. Ronnie Wilson Of Immokalee
would toe Ms line The book The simulated search was
said he threatened to boycott the I
for aJour-place silver Cessna
sugar of one nation (obviously
Cuba) and that he threatenedto I-.. .MJ .-- 172 N-1962-D. The plane took
expel others from the Communlst ; off from the Ocala Municipal Wins Top 4-H Speaking Honors
family, hinting that "WHAT DID YOU SEE ?" was the first question popped at pilots returning Airport headed for Evergladeson

those threatened were Romaniaand from flights by this group of CAP officers at the de-briefing station. a fishing trip, and the pilot .
North Viet Nam or North, did not report a succ.essfulland- Ronnie Wilson, U.year-old 4.H Boys The contest was part of the the district contest, held as part
Korea His wife reported die plane Club member from Immokalee, first annual State 4-H Event Day of the District Events Day In Lake
-That his policies caused run .Exchange Club Speaker Ing.was missing when her husband won first place In the State 4.H held at the University of Florida, Placid. Though placing second
belllon against his rule In Soviet failed call his Public Speakers Contest forCount'yy Saturday, May 2. the district contest Ronnie rep.
to u was cus-
central Asia. Ronnie was chosen Collier resented District IX in the state
'*-Thir the" Romanian. tom.. County speaker by the Naples contest, since the district(winner
accused him of advocating party "It's As Plain As Glass Says Flint t'fbat'section of the'Florida'-r Toastmasters Club' earlier this close] tp represent the'* tAlltrl.d
abandonment of collectivization. .ghng:sent UoJ tP1a.wugo: year. In April, Ronnie entered in another capacity ,'
-That Khrushchev had to search the south one third of As part of his public speaking
purge Czechoslovak and East Francis C. Flint, a former sand has been washed and pur- ly cut [into window panes of desired <<:- the state. Thirty-four aircraftand CourtTed training Ronnie spoke to the Rotary .
glass research engineer, ified and certain chemicals sizes.A 125 pilots joined In the Rumors Fly Club of tmmokalee, and
talked about glass before the minerals added clarify or color skilled glass blower usedto search out of Naples. More S. Wilson In County Toastmasters Club of Naples and
Nose Broken In Exchangltes following their the glass as desired, Flint produce two bottles a min- than 25 sorties were flown, assisted Court Monday with Judge his high school assembly.

Fight Has Fellow meeting last night at the Naples related. ute. Now a machine can turn by ground crews and ob- Richard M. Stanley presiding, Ronnie also gave his speech toMs
Beach Club. Much progress has been madeIn out 60 a minute. The lat- servers. was given an option of I $250 About Castro 4-H club several times and re.

Plumber ArrestedJack The first glass to be used the handling of glass. Lar ter bonles are accurately form- Searches for the aircraft reported fine or 90 days In jail on s calved Johnny Johnson special member training of from the
by man was the bead he re- ger furnaces for molten glassare the Air Force charge of assault $35 or 35
,
Oliver, a plumber, re. ed to permit high speed fining missing by : Naples Toastmasters. The State
siding at 949 Sixth Ave. S., was ported. Next glass bowls were now heated to 2700 to 2800 and capping. Years ago in the simulated action were un- days on a charge of profane Soon To Fall Contest was entered by 1<%FlorIda .
arrested Monday on a charge of made by melting! sand In a pot, degrees. The molten liquid the electric light bulb was expensive successful. However, at about language; and $35 or 35 dayson 4.H district winners, alld was

assault and battery on a complaint Inserting clay In the center pours like molasses Into molds and returnable after It 3:30 p.m. the Air Force called a third count, charging public WASHINGTON (AP) Ru. judged by members of the Unlver
signed by Robert Campbell.a f.l. allowing the glass to cool, then for different shapes or Into a burned out. Today the bulbs the hunt to a halt, and revealed profanity. marl are flying once again ally Speech Department Faculty.
low plumber. Oliver was subse. removing the clay. Later the sheet continuously moving from are made by machine at a fast for CAP members the reason George J, Williams was found among Cuban exiles that new Two other 4.Hers, Jimmy Wolf
bond.quently released on a $100 cash process was Improved by findIng the furnace and Is automatical- clip and even with the Inside why the plane was notspot- not guilty on a charge of driv- efforts will be made soon to of Immokalee and Robert Bianchi
a way to blow glass Into' filament are relatively inexpensive ing while Intoxicated. Bertha topple Cuba's Prime Minister of Goodland both scored high
.of The an argument charge arose last as week a result when various shapes. 'Ancient glass said the speaker.Not ted.The test problem had been Ochs was found not guilty on Fidel Castro. the among General 20 other competitors in

Oliver Is alleged to have struck blowers had one 'of the strict Mark BeachAccess too many years ago, set up for the plane to fall s charge of assault. Other These reports, increasingly test. Jimmy's Demonstration demonstration con.

Campbell with a ball peen ham. est unions known he said and brakemen on railroad trains Into a canal near Clewbton cases In which not guilty find- persistent both in Washingtonand on rabbits as a 4.H project and
any union member who divulged and sink. The ableto Ings were Included Fayetta In Miami, say the Castro
mer while they wereboth employ. were annoyed when the glass pilot was Communist Roberti was on beekeeping.
ed on the Gulf Towers apartmenton secrets of the trade, was Asks broke In their signal lanterns g"! free from the plane before R. Elshlre on counts of assault find Itself under regime terrorist soon may and Other contests held during the
Gulf Shore Drive Campbell promptly murdered. because of rain striking the It sank, and had goon to and profane language: and sabotage attacks both from State Events program were the
suffered a broken nose. Glass Is 3/4 sand and basically globe, Flint said The glass a farmhouse near the scene Curtis Hall, also charged with within Cuba and from without. Dairy Judging contest, Vegetable

there Is little change in Industry did some research on for help. A telephone call assault and profane language. The exiles say the outside Judging contest, the Cooperative
Testa For the glass of today from that Park BoardThe this and developed the present from the farm ended the search Mary Noss-Rudloff was sentenced groups will come from areas Demonstration contest, the Elec.
made in ancient times. The glass, resistant to temperature but not before the entire Floe to $25 or 25 days on one other than the United States. talc Lamp contest, the Tractor

Man Who Crashed Park Board,meeting yes. changes and used fcr ida Wing had spent most of worthless check charge; $50 Such a move, they explain, try Operators Judging contest and the Poul.

Romney's Office terday, asked City Council to cooking.The the day In the search The or 50 on a second; and $100or would avoid International com. contest.
Name PresidentOf Improve and mark four public Exchange Club welcomed delay was a pan of the simulated 100 days plus five days, pllcatlons for Washington as
LANSING (AP) A court or. beach accesses. Harold M. Person a local problem. on a third count. Archie Hunt well as Interference by U.S. House Bill AimedTo
der has been obtained for a psy. Richards State One access, already marked contractor u a new member. was sentenced to 30 days In planes and ships with such raid.
,
chiatrlc examination of Charles Retailers' Head with a beach-access sign, Is next jail on a worthless check Ing parties. Keep Reds Out
P. English 37, a former Miami. to the Crlesedleck property on 548 Arrested In charge. UA officials appeared sur.
an arrested Friday when he MIAMI prised when asked about the Of Fishing Waters
(AP) Paul S. Walter Cordon Drive. The board asks Jaybees Charles W. Vance paid a
tried to enter Coy George W. president of Richards Department that it be Improved to Naples rumors They Indicated they
proride $50 fine on a charge of Improper had WASHINGTON (AP) Rep.
no information
Romney's office. Stores and vice presl. better walking conditions Plan Record Hop Santo DomingoAs whatever Paul Rogers D-Fla.. a bill
driver's license. DavidF. about says
Two psychiatrists will exam. dent of City Stores Co. Is the for pedestrians" any such plans by the ex.
the English, either at the Ing. new president of the Florida The walkway north of the Sill.e Saturday Night McMahon paid a $35 fine lies, although they said they Coast passed Guard by the seizure House will of Russianand permit
ham county Jail at Mason or the State Retailers Association. H Iman property on Cordon Drive, Riots Spread on an Improper tag charge.A had read recently a statement Cuban trawlers
St. Lawrence Hospital at Lan. was elected Monday to succeed near 21st Avenue South, shouldbe Naples Jaybees will hold a warrant was ordered Issued by one Cuban exile leader, Man. Florida waters. violating

.In". K. K. Kennedy of Ocala.AUTOMATIC. marked, the board suggested. record hop at 8 o'clock Satur- SANTO DOMINGO, Domini. against Howard A. White olo Ray, now living in Puerto Rogers said of the bill
A slx-foot In the Naples Woman's AP-The Dom. for failure to He Rico, that he and other leader passage
. -- -- walkway within the day night can Republic ( appear. was Monday "will give the U. S. a
Wool 19th Av.nueSouth rlght-of. Club Building, Charles Holt, Inlcan Republic's exbattled civ. charged with no driver's li- will be fighting !Inside Cuba by law with teeth In It and do muchto
way should be built from First president of the group, announced than Junta sought today to quell cense. Willie J. Thomas was May 20. halt Communist poaching in
TOROSPRINKlE'R Street to the beach, the board this morning. The danceIs a spreading strike and mount. given an option of $50 or 50 The only major) organized ef our waters." The measure already .
said, and a proper sign shouldbe for Ing disorder with troop action, of fort to overthrow the Castro gov. had Senate
being given primarily on a charge no driver's li- approval.
ernment came In April 1961,
court order and radio
posted. a appeals.
Rogers said at
those who are Ineligible to attend cense. Russia "has
SYSTEM There is a 10 foot public walk. Jose Salvador Velazquez, when Cuban exiles, with U.S. least one so-called trawl.er .
the The John A. fishing
way between the Carriage Club Junior-Senior prom president of the Dominican case against help, failed In a sea and land on continuous
that night. Squires, charged with carelessly attack gainst the Castro forces full-time spy
and Gulf Towers apartmentbulld.Ingo. Court of Appeals, ordered strlk. duty" off Florida's
It should be Following the dance members taxi and burning wood was dis at the Bay of Pigs. east coast
ser IT. FORoer IT a improved by Ing bus drivers to return and Cape Kennedy
paving and marking, the board will attend a midnight show at to work within 48 hours. missed. Case against Bruce. The exiles say a different type The WU provide a fine of
Take a permanent recommended.It the Naples Theater at 12:30 The newspaper Prensa LI ore Noble charged with Impropertag operation much smaller than $10,000 or a year's Imprison
further that after which said the transit services wouldbe the Bay of Pigs in some ways,
vacation from w 7 l\ suggested the a.m. they will was continued. mint or both, and seizure of any
City Inaugurate a public rela. the "militarized" if the strikersdid Charlie char- and much larger In others 4s
i return to Woman's Club for L. Springfield, vesel found to be violating the
watering"your lions program prior to the new breakfast.At not comply. ged with forgery.walvedapre- being planned. ;law. Existing law provides no
street planting this spring,toclt. Helmeted troop with bayon. They Indicated the new at. i
lawn. I o'clock Sunday after- limlnary hearing and was bound I penalties or seizure.
'\ hens will know in advance why eta patroled the capital's street attempt against Castro would be
+ noon members of the Naples over for Cil'C'.it Court Ivrla
street trees are being relocated.And after three days of rioting In in the form of persistent sabo. World's
TORO AUTOMAT! CALLY: the board asked Councilto Does Club are planning a beach which two persons have been Howard charged with assault i rage, terrorist and subversion First
bills provide three grills, five pic. party at Vanderbilt Beach. killed and dozens Injured. requested a jury trial. James Lowers your water nlc tables trash container, anddirectional Donald Reid Cabral presidentof Beasley, fugitive wanted by :In action, but as many smaller was the world's first area tope
'Increases your property completely underground r sign for the city Pocahontas was the first the ruling triumvirate said WestVlrglnlaauthortiies.sIgn-! i groups functioning as can be or. to designated a national park

value < .. .itallored county Bay Front (Bay Point) convert to the English Church In a radlo. elevUlon address ed waivers and was turned over i ganlzed. preserve and protect the
the work of watering natural
Saves -
Park. in Virginia. that 548 persons had been ar. to authorities for that state. Exile forces have been claim. landscape for human
Helps bugd beautiful __ rested and property damagewas Bonds of following defendantswere tog that despite intensive antl...enjoyment.
lawn estimated at $100,000. ordered estreated for fall- subversive activity by the

Ends unsightly' drought to your specific need ( Now 2 buttons To Serve You ure to appear: Charles W. j Castro government, opposition You',. into
spots forces
are finding It increasing
'. Gives you more leisure/ time I a NAPLES SHOPPING CENTER Everyone Reads The NEWS Carzo,upeedlng,$30: Leon But- ;ly possible to infiltrate Cuba. good hands withALLSTATE

We will be glad to check Oar, speeding $30IvorC.Har- The antl-Castro groups appar.
FREE or ESTIMATES.sen lODGES 1902Hearing Alfred W. Glngras.: driving ...........*.k*M.YI0'Mdk*.*..-*1.*TOKO MmufictiMIni Cl.STAHLMAN MJJT wrong side $35;Clyde W.Gray. 'disenchantment with the Castro see or phone *

Aids setting lire, $50; Glenn D. BelI I government in Cuba.
Sprinkling -HAl STYUST lab, assault $50; Leon Speight Intelligence reports In Latin. KerrrCreigesuns'
concealed American diplomatic circles, KAMI
Systems 1241 11th St.. Ne.. Naples carrying weapon however
that the Cat.
suggest
$50 Joe L. Grant, gambling, j .
; ALL
Florida Phone MI 2.5368 Iro Communist dictatorship has 4A:r.II!
Naples
1091
P. 0. Box If Ne Aa..err.1I $50; Donald Smith gambling. ,become Increasingly powerfulas .. .
Call MI 2-3422 HWtK CHEk SHOPPING rENTER MI 2-S4S7 SOl and George L. Chapman, \tr.e.ree cO..y .stress.
Evening S 1' PM. tba state police organization, j Irn rr..er..rr..
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Tuesday, May I, 19U COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3


Old Ballads In Brazil Take ( Goodland


Red for JobBy
: Lips
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News

Place 1 Of Political Songs

VIVIAN BROWNAP
A RECIFE, Brazil (AP)-Thi' The .Icht. tat. areea Is BY KATHERINE KIRK Newifeotures Writer

vlol.fOI" are back to the old plagued by overpopulation, .. NEW YORK (AP) The no-lipstick look is not going
ballads after a brie among other Ills. UA agrono. Na.c
iandby over big with boiaei, If. couple of annoyed employers
):lng at poUticallOncestl.I'M mists estimate that under the No active opposition to the
''I In the olden days of then most advanced farming tech. i I Issue for acquiring the are an indication of the general mood

supposed colonial origin, the nlques, the northeast's produc. beach pending property for public use So if you are job seeking, it's_ thought to keep in

\ vloleros, or traveling singers,, live acreage can support leas i In the north pan of the coun- mind.
once again are spinning simple than half Its present 22 millions. here with Reminded thai this attitude la
hu been seen ,
yarns of village life -extolltni Although desperation drives ty a switch: from earlier attitJdea
1 expressing themselves as to high heel shoes even spikes,
estimated
out an 100,000 many
deed sneaUni every
some heroic or about dipstick; one employer "
In a bit of ripe gossip for whatever year, an explosive birth rate In. w In favor of the bond Issue, and SlY he's still not In favor of a "if the girl know how to walk
cruzeiros the hat will catch creases population 700,000. saying they felt the county commissioners job for the face The formula goat like this:
from street audiences. As recently There have been large-scale had taken a very paint at I workanyway. But: he'Utllte- not worn a Heir clean, shining and

as the pretranslstor era, government efforts, with some wise step toward providing pub little lipstick over the no-lip- short or worn in a neat bun.
VA assistance, to Improve the Makeup just enough to liven
the vloleroa linked remote vll lie beaches for recreation. slick Idea. Whit he'd rather have -

loges to neighboring currenevents. situation but in many cases However, with the county'sextremely la no lipstick at all, he says.What's up your fact.
these efforts have been side 1 with
conservative but
Dress -
fir rapid growth,and indicatIons the difference'
But no more of this "give UI I tracked or distorted by political of large property developments "Without lipstick a girl looks style.
death" ., machination and horseplay. Embellishment light on
land and bread-r routine
In our area,we hope perfectly: natural but with the
A continuing drabness has
In Or ballads aboi: jewelry and perfume
song. look, she looks if
the commissioners will take a no-lipatick aa
bred deep.rooted apathy.
will be after
how great things
Islands below she's gotten out of a sick bed.
beach
Arraes and Juliano take over,, Take Coque as an example. good look at
Two when this re. Marco Island. Some fine You don't feel like asking her to
The people who paid for that l years ago 1t'
porter first visited this stomach- beaches exist between Coon Key do anything for you and as a
\kind of mUIl.c-lrlends of Gov,, BonitaNews
Miguel Arraes and the Castro..wrenching Recite alum, there \ J JI and Indian Key. and could pro- matter of fact "It la. nauseating to
was a hint of pride in the air be around her, he aaya.
economically
ite peasant leader FnncisoJulianohave () bably be bought as
been taken away over the opening of Yuri Gagar as the property south of WiggIns
rl.n School No. 15 named In hon. No Lipstick Look
I
The vloleros, like the rest 0: Pass, which we understand
.or of the Soviet cosmonaut. till remarks Iren'ld\Jubl. talk
northeast Brazil's underprivileged feet of beach front.
When the far-leftlst regime oft has 2800 The no-lipatick look ia contrived
millions, are about bad t has been offered By RAB WEAR
th Miguel Arraea came to power This property by making up the mouth with the
where before
they were
,18 months ago amid a flood of for about $80 a front foot lime foundation aa that used on Work was received here by
great reform crusade begs Utopian"promises, the school\ although similar land Is selling the face, until you are all one Karl Holtemer, rt the sudden and
here some five years ago.
Into banner. than 1150 from color Then oil whit untimely death 01 Hugo Alt ia a
There were only a few tear.was converted a for more per or a lipstick .
bedecked center of the Popular foot outside of Naples and for la applied to get that headon auto collision, while vacationing
them when the effor t
among la
Cultural Movement an alleged much as $600 per front foot "look boll, no lipstick look" with Ms wife Katie
collapsed with the ouster of th t k 1 rt as
Joao Coulart government las t front for Marxist operations.After : j jf P In the city of Naples. These Blondes look sicklier than his homeland. Bremerhaven,
a heavy rain the roof will brunettes lane lipstick: one man Germany.He
month. There was little to shot, bland beaches evidently from the restaurantand
caved In and the center was points out, because 'they need a retired
for Its a few som t although pub-
graves, not get cheaper, fishing business !In Broad
catchy slogans, the fadln closed.How about Brazil's new gov. lic pressure for beach recrea- lull faces color to liven up their Channel, N.Y., this past August.
memory of a few extra eras tion areas are bound to increase Some four he built a
to years ago
and Its help
eelros spent In lively big town;ernment pledges "Ahen we have a job open, Idon't
home In Pirates Cove
k. spacious
the little man? the
like Natal and Recife.There r say anything to agency
were even fewer cheer. We've waited this long," t ... ... s -- We are indeed fortunate to I about makeup. I do, the agency Bonita Springs, Just off FennsyUvanla

for the new leaders and they r Claudio Oliveira, a carpenter, -- ..... have as a gift from the Mac- tells the girl, she conform to Avenue extension. make
"We can wait some more and the Colliers the Their one desire wan to
order. says. kle Bros the image whll.I'm hirinl her and
new j
... to Germany,
of i this planned trip
out It.
what
to see comes excellent beach recreation areaat then her old
reverts to
The Indifference la a producof k the RARE SIGHT There is aura of mystery about ways there to visit with kin folk; aa a
This Just about sums up GIANT CACTUS A an Beach. This did
old dlsenchanments. It ...emlther.'ve ;. the Marco when she gets the job. They ill
mother
matter of fact her was
view of the new gov. Cactus for ita blooma only at night. Those
grassroots this 25-foot Pipe Organ appear
been as many promIses not come as surprise,though. always have s weird ides you their arrival.
aa there are people In thi; ernment In this ancient port of who have been fortunate enough to catch a glimpse of ita flowera claim The Collier Interests have always are old-faiihioned, but that' you on Mrs. Alt remains In a serious

poor corner of Brazil's north. 800,000. Indifferenceturns that they are a delicate pink and white. This particular cactus (is 35 years helped the county when would like the new nonsense If condition In a Germany Hospital
level
east. At a to higher cautious ,hope. In the old and one of the most* popular sights at Florida's Sunken Gardens in asked, and many times when you geluaedto It.tluh."he nye however, Hugo died on April 1Mb

business community there li St. Petersburg. The unusual plant towers seven times the height of Sunken they were not asked We are and was burled on April Mth.

some optimism Gardens model Judy Ilalloran. sure they never would have Interviews" Likely Ones

'I Tyree Joined with a group of developers lie observes all the girls In

Mrs. Goldie Tyree aged 81],, Churchwomen At The Population Cbanrie, who have were not shown as fine themselves as- the reception room, Interviewsthe JuniorSeniorProm
always hires
a former employee of Naples they most likely types, one To Be Held
, Trinity Install to be. from that group, and sends the
Community Hospital, died this Ray and Daisy MIzell spent others sway, he says Saturday NightThe

morning at the home of her Officers May 12 Where Do You Fit in ? t few days In Miami visiting "I can recognize neatness Naples Senior High

daughter. Mrs. Eugene Hamm Installation ceremonies for relatives and friends, and then and efficiency: right away by Junior-Senior Prom
School
on Sperling Drive. vtsltDally' the the girl, \ \Is together.I .
put
the new officers of the Episcopal went to Fort Myers to way
Visiting: hours at the Earl! set up housekeeping each yeu I like a girl to look trim and win be held Saturday evening
of the Trin mother.Mr.
churchwomen .
G."Hodges Funeral will] : } ) JJIl Ir 55 million In the school gymnasium, be-
Chapel ity-by-the-Cove Episcopal In the 50s. There were and Mrs M.C. Johnson buameaslike, not ss If she were
and -
be from 6 to 9 p.m. tonight, Church will be held at Households In the country I I.n left Sunday for Clayton, NJ.,. applying for a job to distract: glnalng at 8 o'clock concluding
will
Her body will be shipped Wednesday the male help" at midnight. It
1962 If Include single peopl an
the annual May luncheon meetIng III IIIz you for the summer. They
for services and burial Teased hair so disturbed another be a dinner-dance affair:
at Hazard, Ky., her former scheduled for Tuesday May living stone By 1973 the number already talking about coming; employer that he couldn'tdictate Only members of the Junior

home. 12, at 12:30 p.m. In the Parish $ may total 68 million back so you can see when letters, he said "It was and senior classes win attend }j
heart and Interests are,, "
their
House. hair
a grotesque style
this .school-sponsored.
She survived three
by sons, Fred Binder is chair- vv have a good season,,, 111
William H. and Robert L. Mrs. MORE DIVORCESThe Hope you Summing up, these employersdo The midnight conclusion of the
of Napless Eugene Tyree of Tyre New man of the luncheon committee., survey attributes thrrapid and hurry home Rube and Rex; not like, anything that I la an dance will mark the end of activities
She win be assisted by Mrs, attraction In makeup or dress
Rochelle N.Y. and by two :v rise In the number of new< TREND .ponsoredbytbuchoo1.
Ber- such perfume,
Mrs. as
William H. Gracely OPPOSITE OP ov.r.row.flnS Wallace Woodruff announced.
daughters. Mrs. Robert Dennis tram Johnson, Mrs. June Rudy, hoviiehol4s to earlyrnarrlagean ,, AKRON, Ohio-tAP) Nonde. eilra' '...ong fingernails, taaaedhair Principal F
and Mrs. Eugene Hamm both white lip*, spectacular -
Mrs. Rice Schrlmsher and a prospltou..ronomJomehow, nnminationat Millwood Chapel rl ,
of Naples two brothers. Pearl Mrs. Henry B, Watkins, Jr. though, one out of four marriage bucking the trend of churche; clofhea, A changeover In meet loaf

Strong of Baltimore, Md.. and The luncheon menu win Include was ending In divorce by 1960 moving horn he city to the service Is atway welcome: Bake
Dave, Strong of Busy. Ky. and and euburna False Fyelashes OK the loaf in a rectangular or
salad
a fruit plate In 1940, when couples were "I don't even care if s girl
four when it's finished
grandchildren. of It hu been moved dome to square pan;
Mrs. Tyree had been a resident assorted desserts at a cost p In less hurry to make the trip| the center; of the city Akron's weara falae eyelashes," says baking, pour off any juices.Frost .
of Naples for the past $1.50 per person. A baby sitter t e down the aisle, the divorce Metropolitan Housing! Authority one bone magnanimoualy, "as the top with mashed
will be available a spokesman long those eyelashes don't
aa the homemade
or
seven years. figure was one out of all Wilbeth-Arlmf t Project from potatoes,
announced its former location; on the city'i look as if they're coated with packaged kind Top with gratedcheeae.
But World War II and
An Episcopal churchwomen came >ouiheaatedge' The new 1160,000 aool." Slip under the broiler
Hutton are urged to make reservations + I t tV young lovers decided to watt no, structure: just was dedicated. And they have no objections: long enough to brown lightly

Friday 8. ReservatIons longer The marriage rate. ---
Fred Hutton, father of Mr! by May ,
Howard Rush, Naples, died Sat- may be made by I reached a new high by '42- .4A,,,, '

urday May 2, In Tennessee. calling Mrs. Binder at MI l 2- 115 marrUges per 1,000 women "J'I,> 9M.Y
5897 or the church office at --- -- ---- -- .
Mr. Hutton is survived this aged 17 to 29. After the war, It ,,:
Ml EVERYDAY SCENE IN '75? ... This Is customary crowd
2-2257.
widow Mrs. Fred Hutton, Jumped again, then slowed some ,I., i
waiting to get Into Radio City Music Hall during Christmas
one daughter two grandchildren what. But the average was about

two great-grandchlldrei, Dancers season As population figure Jump, maybe this Is the look of I1'- million nuptial csremonlei

two brothers and five sisters. Square the future. a year r n

Funeral services were to beheld Get, Together In EDITOR'S NOTE Our population Is In a state of change and'

today. May 5, at 3 p.rr. growth. Just how are women affected by this challenge of the'60 MORE SENIOR CITIZENS

In the Central Christian Church, New ClubhouseNaples ind the '70s to come? Here li what a new report on the Am.rlraneconomic Halt of the postwar brides 1

Bristol, Term., with burial I In square dancers danced system has to say. were 20 or younger. That'snearly ut
the Mountain View Cemetery Informally for the first tt
two year younger than
Bristol Va. time in the Sunshine Shufflers'new By JOY MILLERAP
Women's Editor, girls married In 1890. Half of
Akard Funeral Home is I In clubrooms last Saturday
charge of arrangements. night. no dance had NEW YORK(AP)-The blow fell at mldctntury. the grooms were under 23_3'/i

been schedule, and many of America's population shifted In 1950 so that, for the first time,' years younger than their granddads .

WalkerFuneral the members had made other women outnumbered men 1,000 to 993. were when they tied the I'I I

engagements, two squares In 1980, masculine ranks had thinned to 978. knot.At.
services for dies showed The callers were the other end of the
up. By 1970, says a new economic study, there will be still fewer-. age \
ter A. Walker 53. who died Loyd LH1U of Naples, and Joe 971 men for every 1.000 lively spectrum, the over-Oil! reached J ..,
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Saturday morning at his horn Staeger of Bonita Springs ladles. an all-time high of 16 million In /
Corkscrew will be held at Next Saturday 9, Ray ,
May
at .
But the source of this projeo already pretty crowded Stir: I960. That's I out of every 11 t
and full >
3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon Castle will call, a
tlon, a Twentieth Century Fund around By 1973 the population I Americans
at the Church of Cod in 1m- turnout is expected. The dance
F.E and the survey called "U.S.A and Its will reach 235 million the r. But In 197} the sunset set will
mokalee with the Rev. will stan at 8 p.m.,
Thomas, Rev. TJ. Wells and new address is 950 Central Avenue Economic Future" to be publish' port surmises That's 43 mllllo I enjoy a boom too.Then more than

the Rev. B.E. Chesser offlclating. ]just east of the Trail. ed May 4, contributes this con- more people than we've tot now, 22 million will b. over 63. li

Interment win be in For All visiting square dancers are soling fact The new survey', written by ;

Denaud Cemetery. Invited, and spectators will be During/ the marrying lIe-up Arnold B. Barlrh, points outs Symphony Meeting
Walker had been a resident welcomed. There is ample More than half of that !" )
to outnumber
25-youn men
of Corkscrew for the past 24 In front of the build- million will be under years C r At Fort Myers Set ,
,
parking girls. But since women live
ace. You can "' what that mesa This
For
years.He his widow Ing.On longer It's Inevitable they'll., end ; FridayThe I IN THE AIR I Open wide mash black straw tapering free front U back
Is survived by ,,, Monday evening May 11, In the way of wedding bells. fo SPRING I
Mrs. Annie Walker two daughters the Sunshine Shufflers win have up being more num.rous.Byth. 11l5 alone the report antldpatel I annual membership meet. In. wing shape Is term ef new hat by Mettle Carnegie.; Actress Paula Prentlse Is the mNef.Look .

Miss Shirley Walker Mrs. their May business meeting, at time they've reached 6S and are more th.n' 2 million marriages,Orchestra tug of the Fort will Myers be held Symphony at the

Lois Rimes a son Novell C,. which officers for the next 12 mostly over the nesting urge,the mt same momentous year, First National Bank bulldlng.Fort

Walter of Corkscrew three months will be elected. There feminine kind outpoint men 10 5 million birth Inftounrtm.nfl;I Myers third floor, on Friday,
brothers. Paul A. Walter ol will be refreshments and a been
to !' are expected to be dropped II I May 6 at 8 p.m., It has
Hobe Sound, Clarence Walker "brain-storm" session after- announced by President David
and Vernon Walker of Moon wards. MORE MARRIAGES the "all. It will be an even mon I Robinson.

Haven four sisters, Mrs. Ger The shirt to numerical female awesome baby boom than that o r Members from the Collier

indo Powers of LaBelle. Mrs, superiority Isn't the only thing ,the postwar period, which con. county area are urged to attend

Neva Hensfey. Moore Haven Joan Merriam Off happening to the population. It's tined through the 80s and pro. the meeting, Robinson aald.Don't Your

Mrs. Jewel Dupree Clewiston also duced close to 3 million a year
To Honolulu Today rowing rapidly
Mrs. Doris Hale. Rogers,, You may think the country Is About a million new famlllei.; Me A Litterbug Loveliest
Ohio; his mother Mrs. LydU I HONOLULU (AP-Joaft Mer. % 1'
Walker LaBelle and three riam was to take off from Wake This Mother's Day

Island today on a direct night
grandchildren.He
was a member of sir to Honolulu, the Federal Aviation Let us help you to be the

Florida Cattlemen's Association Agency said.Unfavorable ELECT ww most beautiful mother on the
weather condl. and set I l'n
and the Junior Sheriffs'' f block, with a wash or
Ranch Association. lions prevented her from lea,. permanent wave done expreaaly j
Boys Wake Monday. FRED EDENFIELD
Pallbearers wilts Earl Tay- Ing + for you az&aaqSa

lor. Delmar Ricers R.M

Bailey. Willie! Flint Joe Townsend YOUR FRIENDLY CANDIDATEfor t r
and Frances Ho
Coldlng. f9'fILUFF 1 1Q
norary pallbearers win include
Willie powers Bob Byrd. Syd County CommissionerDISTRICT 7Wja Orc ;

nay Burnett Nelson Hough,F.E.Startea a
Allen Crowley Sam GMC INC. 5

Heath Roberts Clyde Charlie Bishop.Walter.EweU Dice Trucks Parts I SINCERELY APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE end The Naples Shopping Plaza Call Ml 26672T J

Moore Mabry Skipper Jack -ServiceTEMPORARY- SUPPORT MAY 5th

Spran. Harry Flint and J.R.

Luctey. Arrangements are being LOCATION

handled by the Leo w.Engel- 421 Ninth St., N. (Paid, political Advertisement)

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LOOKS LIKE RAIN!

Qtbt i NtUtS The World JAMES MARLOWE TodayBy



Astocloted Press News Analyst
TUESDAY MAY 5. 1964 t

WASHINGTON (AP) HarryS.
** ** ** ** |It |Isn't Truman as brisk and cocky bard-working senator he was 1
Too late . . as when he left the White HouseIn an unknown quantity when he \

1953, will be 80 Friday and became president. He was over.
If have if over the years he has sounded whelmed. He said he felt the
you not yet gone to the self-satisfied and still does, It's moon and stars had fallen on

polls and cast your votes It still isn't no wonder.He him. "Pray for me," he said.

too late. The polls stay open until 7 doesn't have to worry But what he had was Iron and
p.m. It the ability to make decisions.
about
his place In history.
and those In line at that time are allowedto will be high up. What he needed was good ad.

vote. In 19S2, not long before Tru. vice. He sought It. His first test

Vote as please but man turned over the preslden.cy deciding to end the war with
you
please votel
dropping atomic
to Dwight D. Eisenhower Japan by
.. ... .. . the American historian Henry bombs on its cities.
.
. . .
.. . Steele Commager said In 50 By the tall of 1945 the cold

years historians would regard war was taking shape. So was
That Isn't New Doctor Gil Truman's administration as his thinking about it. In a
\\ 4c5 "one of unparalleled success." speech on Oct. 27, 1945, he an.
ark 1 Ten years later the New York nounced the United States

O Times reported a survey of 75 would keep the secret of the
Dr. Milton Eisenhower, brother of It Is one of the few governments in a American historians showed atomic bomb to be safe and

former President Eisenhower, last week the world that is not receiving handouts they listed Truman among the preserve peace and he called
near.great presidents. They for a large armed force. Things
suggSted that Cuban
a government In from the pockets of American tax may plant him among the great piled up on him but he handled

exile should be formed and recognizedby payers. But if Castro is deposed before in the years to come, by Com.mager' them all like iron.
the United States before effortsare reckoning. In early 1946 he forced Stalinto
any some
responsible leadership is agreed on r-71? They named the great ones pull his troops out of Iran.
made overthrow Fidel Castro.
to by Cuban refugees, the resulting strug this way: Lincoln Washington Early in 1947 he took America,

We cannot but agree with Or. Eisenhower gle for power will certainly cost the Franklin D. Roosevelt, Wilson, once and for all, out of Its an.
Jefferson. This their clent tradition of peacetime Iso.
since we supported the same Idea was near
U. S.
considerably more than $1 milliona
lation.
great list) Jackson, Theodore
when it was forwarded several months Roosevelt, Polk, Truman John With Greece overrun by Com

ago by Senator George Smathers. day.All Americans sympathize with those Adams, Cleveland.Just munlst guerrillas and Turkey
Those "hotheads" who have urgedthe before he retired Tru. pressured by the Soviet Union,
Cubans who have risked death to escape man, in Interviews with news. he proclaimed the Truman Doc.
U. S. to "throw out" Castro appar from their homeland and Castro's communist men who had covered his White trine American help for nations

ently have given no thought to the consequences but 7 Lt 1- House years, was asked: U he struggling to survive. Greece
regime, many refugees know ry i had it to do all over again and Turkey were saved.
if it should occur before Cuban and admit that R would
to retake Cuba beforeall he change anything? The same year he launched

refugees have agreed on one, and only groups agree on one leader can only Mo, he said, and added: "U the Marshall Plan of aid to shat.
a president makes decisions tered countries. Western Europewas
one, leadership. At the present time result in
strife
and confusion. that are right and for the wel. put back on its feet, the
innumerable groups, each with a leader, That's why the suggestion of Senator fare of the people, It does not rest of the non.Red world was
exists here and in other countries. It make difference helped. Since then the aid bill
Is Smathers i ; any what Is
several
not difficult to imagine what would hap last months ago, and Dr.Eisenhower's t ;> ::?! ; ...2i; ;:r 8 j 1 said about him while he is f has reached $100 billion.In .
week, should be given alive. The presidents who have 1948 and 1949, with the air.
pen If Castro is overthrown before these serious consideration by the United ;:. .,*: :: .:.....: .: done things, who were not afraid lift he broke Stalin's Berlin
today I InWashington _'ii' : : ':':::':'>"'::'.' ':I.
various groups are welded into one dependable States.If :.<<::1., tffi" I'to act, have been the most blockade. In 1950 he decided to
"
abused. fight the Korean. He
war. was
and stable organization.The Castro is overthrown, then he must TODAY IN Now, 12 years later a news. abused, denounced and torment.

day Castro is thrown out, all be replaced by a trusted and capable ay Th. I man asked the same question, ed by l people like Se'I. Joseph

these refugee splinter groups would insist leader who p"a ASSOCIATED HISTORY |I lot the kjiuv answer: "I would McCarthy who never got off
all
can bring Cuban refugee I change nothing; Figuring he his back.

that the Cuban government should be splinter groups into one strong, stable PRESS Bv THE ASSOCIATED PR 'Rq lid his utmost and wllllnir to he But the foreign policy he laid

turned over to them. If one group succeeded As of this CUBA.HADAKJ The SOVIET s ... lmmjjr'jilfi uji; Judged on that, he Is adjusted down in those years-as early ,
in taking over control, it is not government. moment, no such OVER TUE TOP have removed from Cuba a sc,. .m! : I i to the thought of death. as 1947-has been followed ever '
leader has emerged. Until he does and phlsticated new radar state He put it this way: "I know since by Presidents Elsenhow.
D
difficult to imagine the strife and confusion a popular and strong in Editor. Collier County News that probably would have In>I. 126th Today Is Tuesday, May S, the that when I am carried out feet er, Kennedy and Johnson with
government day of 1964. There are 240
that would result. On behalf of the Collier County creased the first it can be said of variations. The main
All the other effectiveness of Fl I,. me: "He point of It
exile left in
Is formed around days the
him then it wouldbe year. did his
Unit of the American Can- del Castro's antiaircraft mis' damndest"No was: stop communism in its
groups would immediately start cam a serious mistake for the United Statesto cer Society we wish to thank sues, U.S. sources said Monda,:Y" On Today's this highlight date in in 192S history, the: president In history ever tracks.

paigns to overthrow those In power aid in deposing Castro. you for the wonderful coopera- night. Scopes trial began in Dayton had dumped on him a load What was the most tremen.

Chaos would be the result.At tion we received from you In The radar system, whit!h Tenn., with the arrest of biology more terrible than the one In. 'dous decision of his presidency?
Perhaps Or, Eisenhower's suggestion, publicity including sources said had not been see 1 herlted when he stepped into the He said it was not dropping the
most teacher John
The
the
your Scopes. trial
present time, Castro's government anywhere else but in Cuba White House April 12, 1945 a I tombs on Japan but
even though It is not new will help a welcome editorial during our wai 1 revolving around Darwin's going into
Is draining $1 million reported withdrawn war to be finished in Europe I Korea.
over two
a day situation that badly needs it. Crusade. 01 r Theory of Evolution attracted
three months and the Pacific} a country to He was asked
ago.PERIPATETICi once what
from the was
of the worldwide
Soviet
resources Union. with Wile
It attention
was a pleasure to deal be
...... More than Ham reconverted to peace and, he high point of his White
r-- .. .'. : ,'''' <.... '!<<" with you and without your assistance 2,000 years ago In Athens, the for the Jennings state and Bryan Clarence appearing Dar still undreamed of then, a cold I douse years. He laughed and
__ ':. A:1:::! : ,< 1X"', =: .. we could not have gone philosopher Aristotle lecturec|1 row for the defense. war to be fought. s aid !it was his election to a full
"over the top." his pupils on morals, art and 1 On this date Except that he had been a our.year term in 1948.
_
.n Elise M. Santlni. politics while walking In hit 1 In 1631, the Dutch bought r-
Publicity ChairmanJ. garden, thus founding the pert. Cape
May N.J., from the In.
. othe'r.s I Stealey Elms, patetlc school dlans.I FUNNY BUSINESS
s'ay. Co-chairman Now President Johnson coma I I In 1821
[ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS f'I'alonr0'\ found the peripatetic II on the Island, Napoleon of St.died Helena.in exile

MEMORIAL: DAY press conference, leading White 1 In 1868, Gen. John A. Logan s
House newsmen through his garden Issued a call to all members of \

Collier while discussing politics, the Grand Army of the Republicto
Editor.
County News: poverty, golf family and dogs.A .
Beat Them By Voting! On May 30, Memorial Day seven.lap conference Mon. dead decorate on May the SO.graves This was of their theo
this nation will honor those whonave
left
L.u.L..LLU L.' day some of the score f start of Decoration Day now
given well lives in tne defense reporters perspiring and a bit known as Memorial Day in honor .
Absentee voting in Monroe ahould be underload that the situation of this Republic. These' winded but Johnson in full of the dead of all our wars.

County has retched the proportion Is desperate patriots represent everygene- stride. In 1942, the rationing of sugar
ration of Americans. They are The costars of the show were began in the United
ef a scandal. When nearly 1,000 persona Another method of "buying"votes States.
Him and Her whose yelps were
to be found in the early Colonial In 1943, Allied armies
apply for ballots on the pretext is being used without at \ areas, the soft mud of reported around the world last launched their all-out offensive

that they will not be In the county much success, The Citizen hopes. Europe, the harsh coral of tar week when the President lined in Tunisia.In .

en election day it la quite clear This goes as follows: A campaign ly atolls some floating aim the The two two beagles dogs by were their ears.being Karl Doenltz 1943: Nazi admitted Grand Admiral

that skulduggery\ afoot. In eon worker approaches a family, or an lessly beneath the restless walked on a chain and Johnson many' fight against the Allies Ger.

sequence Monroe County and Key individual who is In poor circum- seas, and some in newly-dug called them over. had become hopeless
graves in Asia. Him rolled over to have his
West can not escape shameful pub- stances. He says, "I am sorry that These patriots differed In belly scratched Johnson obliged an Ten army years forces ago revolted. Paraguay and deposed

licity. And voters, you may well you're having a hard time. Mr. So. color political and religious then lifted both dogs by the ears President Frederlco-

take into consideration that this and-So wants you to know that he ia beliefs and nationalities. They again while the cameramentook Chaves.

kind of bad publicity will do harm thinking about your condition and all had one thing In common that Him pictures.had not Someone yelped noted and school Five years ago Anew

that amount of "rood" publicity has asked ma to give this though. They loved their coon the President integration crisis arose "MILDRED THE "
no you $10 try and Its proclamation of freedom replied with a in Little Rock, Ark., when three SHOWER ISNT WORKING!

at the New York World's Fair or bill. It isn't very much but it may enough to be willing to die grin"He doesn't moderate members of the six. ..
unless
elsewhere can offset.If help a little.. Whereupon the campaigner to keep men free. photographer yelp an'AP member school !board walked
too
gets close to out In a dispute with the three
a crook wants to buy a vote says "Good-bye," and proceeds Did this supreme sacrifice: him." segregationist members

fee can do it with complete insurance on his way. guarantee us anything? No. U.S..HUUGARY! The United One year ago Foreign
If the vote is cast mail. Ha However they have given us a States and Hungary have Minister Khemlstl of Algeria
by
by
can
Farhapa the recipient of the $10
reprieve from those alien political agreed to start quiet negotla.tlons died of a bullet wound inflicted
this Ingenious method watch the will not vote for Mr. Bo-and-so, philosophies that would aimed at improving rela. by an assassin. -

voter mark the ballot\ and ha can but Mr. Bo-and.so hopes he will. He have consumed our libenb s. (Ions, authoritative sources re. Remarks
ported
see that it is deposited in a mail box. is willing to take the gamble. He They have preserved and bequeathed Monday.

In the opinion of this n.w.. cannot be accused of buying a vote, envisioned to by us our those founding freedoms fathers t ..;:%;. ..,. ,;__ a:, ..H.. _.

paper, the man who sells!! hla er even trying to bribe a voter
S .
preserved our Constitution I EREous A LOCAL YOKEL
., If he >o
doe $10 (or whatever the going this lit Ufa all devoutly hop comrromlsed and unimpaired. RC1rN MuTCO.1t
+
ht. may 1M), is not only a poor that the "Misters So-aad-so" low Whether their sacrifice Is R'11s .ti Iuuiu' TAD N r. B S r. xtrty You can't call Naples a

isut alto a degraded citizen. But their beta.Good In vain, only we can determine. I Ileum : GAP woo SPA one horse town where the side-
If our freedoms are pruned from II. :Yh 11auhh M 0 R A L. BEE to: walks are rolled each
the buyer of such votes in whollyUntrustworthy citizens are the only people the of l'r"I'.1 bland, : RII up night.
tree liberty such as the \ 11.11 10111111. I IN. YAM. 5 Nobody has
1i 1111. T U C K'Ito a horse and there
and if it werepeesibl. who this deplorable situation Ir'I"
can help disenfranchisement of the ,
Republican t"uA 111 ""fcnhb 6 I B D 0 R. A N'tun" aren't enough sidewalks
to convict him should of buying votes by absentee voters ColllerCoun- ur.kr. p. to roll
A.
5 V T I K t N
t* meted out the MV.r.it punish ballots or otherwise. they turn out ty. the tree will surely die and 11.\lII.1f1\ ::19 1".11.1. ATRIA I GRAND t up by golly

rant possible. Such a man actual In the greatest number possible and have these American patrolts will N I ,.nll\1.,1.11111 \I hur.II'"' 6 I 5 T R o. AN'I L t Whatever happened to plans
died for
In vain. It is :II \dtlr sidewalks
ly I if caught should 1M stripped rut honest ballots they can, In a our responsibility to see to now It. al,,ttlu. .44' Ilad I \wx' ACTORS S A T V R cipal on at least prin-
ef Lie eitiiMuhlp denied the rightto Ib.I 11"1 ,1S\ .\11111 local streets ?
measure at least offset the crooked- that their death is not a mock- I Ii I1M'uuu'tl SOLUTION 0' YESTUDAY'S 'PUZZLE

vote, to hold any ort of public>> nee,. They'll have to guess, of ery and that the good Is not :Ih. ,LuutntIN + John "Muscles" Becker
Ii ,1.111 \
hahua'I
Interred 'IIII""II' .J a
effiee or potJtion, and be denied a mm, which candidates are reasonably with their bones. ""Ia' III. l'oll".tttI I .\,111111, 'f 1).1'. man of rare talent, tells us
driver's license other .. Chas. P. McCool lU 'unul.ut. 41 1"1" 111.1111. that
r : I.
or any suspect and which are not Stuart F. Smith
I lu 1.gm who
has
which Naples Fla. II !ti1nul.d. 41, \.,". 5 I\h"\ ,
.
of
cognition responsibility resorting to illegal! and scandalous 1:1: l1t uh'tu a home here is
,
44 It dd II th' ,' recovering
the state offers its cltisons.Th methods.On U. '"ul\,1
'lJ Ihnt, 4'i tuu.b, ;- I..I"J IN.luuhlla nicely following surgery at the
Citizen is in through sympathy the other hand staying away = .t.,. bark OO\\'\ illy .....nII.h".oI Hartford ( Conns ) Hospital The

with the growing, demand from( the polls no matter how great :4 1.11I:11.111'.\) 1 1,,,It.IIII'ii"., N'"lIh l ittll't IIr"I&"" "Muscles" says Smith should be

that all absentee ballot be InvalIdated their disgust the worst thing they COLLIER COUNTY NEWS :ll I uwh"t out in about 10 days. Friends

While It is true that nuns could possibly do. By making the ab- MICHAIL' CHANCE. Edit .Publisher I J 1 S 0. 1 d 9 IQ II rut IOAdnrntru can drop him a line at the

ber of registered ot'l'Iln this county dated balJoU) ineffectual through THOMAS HAVER. Assoclot. Ed.tor, :1 Oil ,du.eltlallll' above address.
MARSHALL' WVATT, Adv. Mtnaaar Il 'J
nay be unable to go to the pone going to the polls themselves, they ALBERT OPOLKA. Math' Supt.
because illness legitimate DAVID MERMANSON. Cir.. Director I f ,,1J ,/ ,li li IMnt.udK
of or ran help the
preserve good name of MRS' LOUISE oats Office //, : IhaplauhndNutrkal. + Thanks a million to Dr
reasons for being away the number Key West and Monroe County.If PETER SHUTTS. CI"lfad, Mr.Publish Mgr. 17 /' b I' rI' 1Nlt I Earl Davis of Belvidere *

probably does not exceed 100. we could have the ideal turn ** deity .".pt Moods* '::1"r / o\ who has a Ill ,
passel of
and Saturday.. In th. .h.rneen by ,;I II IJ tunyw'ul.I.l4 friends
If the absentee ballot prove to out 100 per cent of all registered ttio Collxr County PublisMnf Co. I: here in
l I hhlLllt I Naples for the
Inc. rill Twsifth Avcnu*. South,. Nit: pair
be decisive tending to elect candidates f voters the crooked politicians phi.*.. fijV' ""'. Mel. ,. add,." pTolophM O. S I' : ; IY ufqu"bIhNN of "pokey-dot" ties. Doc and
who would be defeated would be
otherwise
thwarted. his
completely *. Midway' 11107 for all 1'// // 11 II tt J' U. !'I1".Io. 1I ?rthtx good wife were in Chicago
this newspaper believes that What the vote-buyers hope for desperately departments.Subscription. th. I for "an English weekend "

very effort should be made to prove I Is that the votea they buy ".tee JI Jt 'J 14 Iluwdcv, .. ever that iSe what

eases of Illegality and that every plus the stay-at-home vote, will enable adv.nc..1/ Carder. mall' payable I" J4 01Jr J.. t!llkl''

effort should be made to obtain action them to win. Thrto Ono Months veer $11(J.7S.tin Month' 17.*>. I" ''IMIhUlld" Just think how

in the Circuit Court to disallow The Citizen earnestly urgest ...."'II.r of Tho Associated p,.... I" J d 40 '". h..1 Ant gubernatorial happy all
which It tntltlod eeclue {. candidates
All absentee ballot If this seems todasparaU Belt them by VOTING! That'i the a.. for ropublicttion of.v.iy all loiii '41/ 41 : IH :hunt be tonight will
news 't."'" printed In Inn paper T. Cal /,' I"1fo44 even if they are
prvpoN a maaaura !It only gore way it can be done. ...II ot oil AP new dispatch.. th losers.
.as I::: t ? I'1< Campaigning this
,,
Enl. ot second class "' .tt., : ,, :: state
the Pest ONce S is
ot Naples Florida no picnic
-The Key West Clllieii ends Act o< March. 1. 1W7. Ar ...-,/........ brother. It can
'ir heft. 29 11I'" bring
on a good set of ulcers.


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Tuesday. May 5. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5fj'.rl8
Report
; Methodists




A Poor Round Of Golf Adopt Broader 0.I WJIf.NATL1 III





J 1 Can Ruin One's Bridge (4., d Racial Policy F GAL M


BY C.J. McMURRYShall conditions which Is typical of ,
I start by apologizing or the membership of the club. PITTSBURGH (AP) The By Aen LaBaaillt Bemis

say "the dickens with It"? Anyway Speaking of membership our Methodist Church, after spirited

blame any lack of proper hard worktngtreaarer Who.be. debate has adopted a sweeping
elucidation of the activities of the cause of extremely close rela policy on civil rights designed to Of .American\ turtles, the the faint scent of eggs, had stol

Naples Duplicate BrtdgeC1ub1a. tlonshlp, had also to attend the persuade Methodists to abolish Soft.STftll\ the most curious In en every' ball from the nest.

Friday on considerable lack of Shrine doings, should stay away racial segregation in their a most unturtlellke manner, he Luckily most sdt.ehellslaysev.

cerebration on my part After all, more frequently Seems like r I r' churches and in communities In refuses to clamp up inside his eral clutches each year to com

playing four straight days, It every time she does we get tw l general shell when danger threatens. Also pensate for such predation

holes each day of golf during more new members three at Delegate to a worldwide he spends a lot of time snor. These turtle prey themselveson

the Shrine Golf Tournament plus this' sitting. Flo Pennywltt sitting General Conference of the Meth. kelllng. This strange behavior Is frogs, worms, small fish, water

a modicum of participation In the In for her, had some other d i e s odlst Church approved the pol. due to two anatomical feat'a res. beetles and other aquatic life.

contiguous activities pertaining good news for Naples and the Ii. s Icy by a show of hands Monday First the shell Is fairly soft In turn, Sons are hunted by

thereto can and have had their club, to wit: First time guest, rar night and small without room for Us 'gators, otters and humans.

deleterious effects on both physl. Mrs. Joyce B. Tenney from y.ta, The policy Is embodied In a owner to hide; second the tur. Wherever the specie occur,

cal and mental capacities. Especially Colorado-Springs, Colo., and her report by the Committee on tie's nose Is protracted into a whether In the South or well up
because of the type of husband are now permanent residents yeu M! Ik!' : ,, !. r' ,. : Christian Social Concerns. It Is tube which can be operated likea Into Yankee country, gourmet

golf played, with the mental an. of Naples, living at 2250 't r o t: f, A now church policy but Is not periscope delight In turtle meat. Some ex.

gulch suffered therewith.One Crayton Road With her was l church law. When lying submerged in a cellent stews, ragouts and soup

need to look only at the Mrs. R.A. Carter,also of Colorado This means that the policy mass of waterweeds, the Soft can be made from the Soft-Shell.

score sheets to see that a merry Springs, who says she and her BUILDING bega-n-taking shape week cannot be enforced by such shell Is almost Invisible despite Adult turtle can be formidable
and contrariwise time was had husband will do likewise when NAPLES NEW RECREATION this measures as expulsion or cen. Its large sire (up to two creature* when attacked.I had the

Friday night by the 48 players who he retires.Mr. workmen for the Floyd B. Schreck Construction Co. started putting the sure. feet In length). Occasionally how. experience of picking up a IS.

made up the 12 tables It seems and Mrs. Keith from laminated b'!ams and arches in place. The skeletal frame work shown aboveis Some of the highlight of the ever, the unwary creature Is pounder to be photographed. All

to have been rather at topsyturvy Parkersburg, W.Va., are also xu tipped in paper like a Christmas package and is wood and not steelas policy arePastors: spotted by a hungry alligator. I tour nippers Called the air and

evening with many of the top welling Naples' population by many sidewalk engineers have surmised. Originally scheduled to be and church officialsare saw such a struggle this winter the turtle began,to hiss menace

scorers of other evenings bowing residing permanently at 571 Put. finished by June 6, construction has been delayt'd'hile the contractor to open their churches to'down In the Everglades. A 12. Ingly. Even with ls ridiculous
persons of all races. foot 'gator sneaked asleeping snorkel nose, the soft-shell can
on
potltelY as they tossed ter Point Place. Mr.and Mrs. up
away waited for the beams and arches to be shipped in from Wisconsin Schreck
hands. Vic Pennywltt however, C.M. Minute are down from Sar. Methodist bodies, organizations soft.shell, soundlessly open his mouth quite wide and
assures me that no mayhem was asota for a visit. We are gladto said this morning.. (NEWS photo) and Individual Methodistsare opened Us cavernous mouth and can bite. These turtles have been
ah --- -- to use their Influence to secure '' known to Inflict wounds
committed or even threatened have these nice people with slammed his Jaws shut across nasty
the usual good fellowship existed us. Those 12 tables played (or fair employment practice': the turtle's body. The victim when disturbed. Like all wild
under Pulitzer Prize and segregated services In 1 I strained and creatures, even the slow and slug
furiously.
even the most adverse of should I say, struggled through) paddled
.22 boards, which had an average Pulitzer Public Service the corporations In which they' Ills neck swelled and reddened,fish turtle Is best left alone.

score of 110. hold investments his eyes bulged. The alligator'

Two From NaplesTo North J South, the Louis Editor's Dream -Equal rights should be pro.' great teeth grated along the slip. Demands Action

Grahams slugged It out for top vlded for voting, law enforcement pery shells For two minutes,the

Get Degrees At honors with Mrs. William Frank Award To St. Pete PaperNEW education, employment,.> turtle's life hung on the balance Against Insurers
.
Says Poynter ,
Florida Southern lln Mrs. June Haschka, the housing and public accommodation of those glistening canines.Then,

former team 143 131.Vi. *. the huge reptile eased his
winning, to pres Victimizing Aged
YORK (AP-The 1964 Dallas Time Herald, won the AP -To ,
seniors )
LAKELAND- Two Mrs. Joyce Tenney. Mrs. ST. PETERSBURG ( -Elimination of racial segregation sure for a second and gulped for.
from Naples are among the 279 R.A. Carter squeezed by the Vic Pulitzer Prizes in journalismhave photography prize for his dra. Nelson Poynter the award of Including de facto segre-ward to t take a better hold. In. WASHINGTON (AP) -A Flor.

candidates for academic degrees Pennylwltts,13244 tot30./4for been won for newspaper matlc picture of Jack Ruby fir the Pulitzer gold medal for mer. ration In all public and Metho.dllt stanlly, the sort-shell slithered Ida man has urged the federal
of fraud and corruption, Ing the fatal shut at Lee Harvey
exposes ttorlous service to his St. Peters schools government to take action
at Florida Southern Col.lege's ,third. Miss Catherine McKennaMrs. out and
with two
away long jagg.
,,
In
the story of success solving Oswald the President' accused .
burg Time for a series of articles The term "civil disobedience" against "fly-by-night Insurance
79th annual commence- Alice Denham paired up to ed marks curved upon his back
racial problems, the coverage of assassin. that changed the face of was omitted from a substitute I and companies" who victimize elder.
fifth 115.
at
ment convocation May 11. grab President John F. Kennedy's as The awards are made by Columbia the Florida Turnpike ,Authority paragraph before the report| belly ly people.
had close
East West another
Susan. Mary Eddy Is due to .sassination and the war In University's board of i
was "an editor's dream. came to a vote before about SOC I DROPS HER EGG'SA
contest with the Eugene Parkers Loren Hicks of the
receive the Bachelor of Science South Viet Nam. trustees, upon the recommenda.tlons president
132 to 128 The Times was cited Mondayby delegates week l.der. 1 watched thissame
copping top position, north Broward Senior Citizen
with In elementary For the first time since the of 14 member
a major a > advisory
degree trus.
the Columbia University The original version would!!
over Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hlnote. lucky gal clamber onto a Club of Pompano Beach said
education. She Is t Bruce Boynton Stuart Kosters prizes were established In 1917, board. tees, who award the1 ,('ulnurprizes have condoned civil dlsobedl-> sandy bank beside the slough and Monday "we senior citizen are
member of Beta Beta Beta national awards Monday were omitted in For the first time since the for "an editorial In "rare instances
had good batting to overcome the cam.' ence where 1 begin to dig a hole. Nothing could at the mercy of fly-by-nlght com.
and Al fiction, drama and music. No awards started In 1917, a special to fraudulent: legal Is unavailable"
biological society Mrs John Faill Mrs. Francis palgn uncover recourse deter her from this laborious panics who advertise through the
I. phiChiOmegasoclalsororlty. Martin team, 122 to 114, for deemed work in those three fields was Pulitzer citation was given this tending[ of public funds by the i The substitute paragraph read task and finally, she squattedover newspapers and mall.

She Is the daughter of Mrs. third. worthy of being hon.ored. year to a group of newspapersthe Florida State Turnpike Authority .. In' part the pit and dropped several .

remark Gannett Newspapers which ." "In some Instances, where le', Inside. Using her flipper', "But we are also being vie
William S. Eddy 205 5th St., Anent my regarding eggs
The St. Fla. limited slick Insurance salesmen
Petersburg ( ) by
has 15 dallies-for special cov. The aerie which gal Is unavailable '
N. topsy-turvlness, It will be noted ran during; recourse orInadequate like legs, she scratched dirt back
that only five teams could beat Times received the Pulitzer gold erage of success stories on "the February and March 1963 under> for redress of grlev.1'over the hole and nonchalantly whose v.rbalatat.ment. do
Lola Margaret Weston. medal for public service. The nut coincide with the 'fine
print'
road to integration the of Martin Waldron from laws ,
In Northsouth byline ,,, ances or their appll' lumbered back into the water.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. MaxA. and average Eaat-West was even position more newspaper's yearlong Invest! The series using reportorial the Time Tallahassee correspondent ,. cation that, on their face, are As soon as she had gone, 1 ran 1 of their companies' policies."

Weston 1438 Murex Dr., unbalanced with four above aver. gallon of the Florida Turnpike photographic and editorial re. and Jack Nease, re.. unjust or Immoral, the Christian i over to her nest, barely dlscer., lie made his statements to a

Is due to receive the Bach- age. Good teams took top honors, Authority uncovered and reckless widespreadIllegal spend. sources of the Gannett papers, lulled in tour new pieces of leg, conscience will obey God rather nlble In the !tr..... Carefully, I special Senate subcommittee on
acts
elor of Science degree with a but larger than usual was the funds. The storiesresulted plus Its news bureaus in Wash. ISlation and a constitutional i than man." scooped nut the dirt and uncov. frauds and misrepresentation af.

major In music education. She number of equally good ones Ing of public Ington; Albany, N.Y., and Tren. amendment The chairman of the com mis., Bred her eggs so as to take some feeling the elderly He said his
in reorganize
is a past vice president of finishing below average. of Florida's a major road construe ton, N.J., stressed case historiesof Poynter president of the St., slon which dratted the report i, pictures Her work of 45 minutes group favored health care and

Alpha Mu Sigma fraternity and Next game, Friday night, May lion tlon people and communities that Petersburg Times, which also i I Harold A. Bosley of New York had produced 27 delicate, porce., hospitalization for the aged

was secretary of the concert 8, 7:3u:: p.m. at the Woman's Norman program.C. Miller 30, of the are solving problems of integral publishes the St. Petersburg In., City told the conference that laln.llke balls of palest pink. through Social Security. "
Club ed housing, employment and dependent, said the substitute portion was not a Unlike most turtle they
Journal eggs,
choir for 4 years. Wall Street won the education.The J. Edwin Larson Florida state I
"All 650 Times and Independ., weaker version
not and but
were tough leathery
for local reporting treasurer and Insurance com.
general prize '
work was acclaimed by ant staffers are bursting with "We do not Intend to ,
i I give a brittle as frosted glass 1 learn..d 'I
for Ms account of a mlssloner told the commltteehe
thorough the Pulitzer board as a "dlstln. pride. The turnpike was" Martin single Inch 10. endorsing the that soft.shell ,
the
i usually lay 1 I of
dollar swindle In of the problem
multlmllllon was aware ,
Gina Lollobrigida SaysShe's the bankruptcy of the Allied gulshed example of the use of a Waldron's story but, even he i principle of civil disobedience" between 12 to 32 eggs which take 1 I unlicensed mail i :
newspaper group's resources Jo couldn't be two and fqur places i The adoption I of the pulley 64 days or longer to hitchwweggs

Crude tn Corp.Vegetable In New Oil Jersey and ,Refln. complement' tai! 'fiOrk"of )Jts ,In.dividual '."sat the same"tfme: 'Jack Nease cWnM ,Wia11rpoterence' entered! *u >K t "V'f\ .m '( IrigTfo u:MfUiett' sr.- ? *'OtI'I'N'lIm,!
( newspapers'! became Martin's partner, Itt "1 IMt Week V Pittsburgh.\; I got a small cage and 5t 5k.I Urson ,u",

A 'Big Girl' Now The prize for local shared investigative by a Paul F. Conrad, 39, won the "The backup team ranged all The conference which meets,.ed It out over the nest. Then, I persons were adequately Inform..d .
was
reporting Philadelphia award for newspaper cartooning the way through the new and every four years, Is the supreme hung a sign on It warning peopleto there would be no desire for
three.man team the
on
for his year's output with the editorial departments along with, policy-making body In the watch their step. It seemed an them to obtain coverage from

HOLLYWOOD (AP)>-"rm a Glna's charm can get her James Bulletin reporter Denver Post, without singling graphic arts and mechanical de. church. adequate defense. Next morning, an unlicensed company which
V. 50 Albert
Magee
through most situation and her ; V. out an Individual work. He rite would not under the
big girl, says Gina Lollobrlgl. 40 and partment which met heroic however the cage had been mov. come super
da. "After 15 years marriage, return to Hollywood Is wet. Gaudiest Frederick photographer cently moved to the Los Angeles deadlines and circulator who ed and a burrow dug beneath the vision of the Insurance depart.meet.

I should be able to travel by comed by her fellow workers. A. Meyer, 43. They Times. knew where and how to sell ex. 3 Collier County wire. Clever raccoons, smelling .
myself. Her enthusiasm for working were cited for their expose 01 The journalism winners re- tra newspaper. Florida Southern

The Italian beauty Is here here might be surprising, 'in numbers racket operations with celved $1,000 each, except "It's an editor' dream." :

making a movie with Rock Hud. light of her previous experience.Her police collusion In South Phila Browne and Halberstam who The series, which described Students Honored f V: :Radio: ,
It resulted in 18 dls.
delphla.
son, "Strange Bedfellows" Her first Hollywood Him was shared one award, and Magee questionable expense accounts, *: ; :*
"Never So missals and suspensions from Gaudiosi and who also Three Collier County seniors
husband Yugoslav-born Dr. Dra Few, a lackluster Meyer, administrative, and bonding
the police department.The By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP for most of an hour as the ma.
shared In the School of Education at
go Mllko Skoflc, Is In Rome at. venture epic with Frank one award. practice of the authority re. chine
International reporting Televlslon.Radlo Writer kept shuffling thf past
tending to his publishing bust Sinatra.. Award winners In the field of suited In these actions by the Florida Southern College
shared two Amer. AP-"The Out. and the present And all the
prize was by letters each of whom received NEW YORK (
started 1963 Legislature Lakeland were eight
Their divergence among
ness. "I did It mainly to prove to ican correspondents who report er Limits" Is an early evening time the I braver of the girls
since $500, were: of constitutional chosen from 150 teach
especially -Approval a
to some
tongues wag, Hollywood that 1 could work ed the war In South Viet Nam Chill show apparently designed to kept running In the forest witha
HISTORY Sumner
she has been a whirl of on amendment limiting the amount Internes the
getting ,
here In spite of Howard and the overthrow of the Diem 40 for his "Puritan Vll- Ing to represent scare deliciously an audience shovel trying to bury him.
the Hollywood night spots with Powell of fees which can be paid on
Hughes," she said "I once regime-Malcolm W. Browne, lage The Formation of a New college at. meeting of the that Is too old for Godzilla but This sort of stuff was gradeD
state bond Issues and
Glenn Ford. limiting
signed an agreement with him, 32, of The Associated Press, and England Town." He spent 10 Interest. Teacher Education Advisory too unsophisticated| for "Twl. movie fodder before World

Clna couldn't. care less about and he kept me from working David Halberstam, 29. of the years In a search of original the-A law creating the state Council at the University of light Zone" World II. Maybe ABC needs a
such taUt."What
I supposed to do- in Hollywood for seven years New York Times source material In Sudbury and bond review board.A Tampa yesterday. There obviously Is a big audl. time tilting machine of Us own.
am
out alone?" she asked. "That without paying me a cent. Even The Times has won 29 prizes Marlboro, Mass, and in the law requiring an annual They were chosen by the State enre for this nonsense mon. The odds-for the next seven

go would be even worse. I wouldn't after the contract was over, he and The AP 19 since the awards English villages from which the audit of turnpike authority rec. Department of Education on recommendation ales from outer space and mad day of television only are

think of going out with other made MGM pay him $50,000 to were established by the late founder of the New England ords. of the faculty of scientists with time machines Just about even that any even.
use me in 'Never So Few.' And Joseph Pulitzer, publisher of the town because ABC has renewed It for Ing network program la are.
women. I see it done In this emigrated -A law limiting expenses of the college. They were Miss
later MGM paid him $75,000 so I New York World and St. Louis BIOGRAPHY Walter Jack. another season.Monday run of a program seen earlier
would authority member. Harriet Fether of Immokalee
country, but women could do 'Go Naked In the Post.Dlspatch, who died in 1911. this season-or in a movie house
never dine out together in World." Editorial son Bate, .46, for "John Keats" -a law creating a bond Investigations Miss Susan Eddy and Miss Lola night's tale was typl. long There will be 42
writing, including at. ago re.
Italy. He Is chairman of the English committee. Cant Weston both cal of the silly series It started
tacks on Margaret ( ) peals; 45 new shows."The .
corruption won a prize
The thought of staying home Gina returned to make "The Department at Harvard Unlver. John M. Hammer of'Tampa of with two frightened girls serv.
Naples. Show"
for Hazel Brandon Smith of the Danny Kaye will
In her luxurious Beverly Hills Lady L" with Tony Curtis Both slty. who was turnpike authority log a poisoned cocktail to a
Both Miss and Miss be In
weekly Lexington (Miss) Ad. Eddy replaced early July by avarlety.type
hacienda doesn't appeal to her, stars liked the script, but the GENERAL NONFICTION chairman when the series was handsome blackmailer standing
either. She has been taking I... new director George Cukor, did ,vertlser. The award cited Richard Hofstadter, 48, prolessow published later resigned Gov. Weston were 1960 graduates of for some unexplained reason in Vallee and chow starring Rudy

sons In such exotic dances not. Nine scripts and five "steadfast adherence to her of American history of Col. Farris Bryant named John Phil. Naples High School and have swimming trunks In a lake In featuring young per.

as the Watusi for her Held trips months later, the project was 'editorial duty In the lace of umbra for "AntlJntellectuallsm Up, chairman of the State Road been hired to teach this year the middle of a dark forest Show"former will"The Garry forever Moore
disappear
Into the local night life. Rome shelved at a loss Gina reports great pressure and oppolllloOo"Merriman 51 In American Life." He won the Board, to the vacancy.Reardon In the new Sea Gate School. Then one of those \Hollywood _t the end of June and-reruns

was never like this, she says. at $2.5 million. House Smith White 1956 Pulitzer Prize In history Miss Fether was a 1960 graduate studio storms started as the of hour.long specials from oth.
"I have never seen such wild correspondent for United for "The Age of Reform," a of Immokalee High School girls fled through the woods to
be
will substituted
people as In some of the nightclubs "I was paid for It twice," Press International, won the study of populism and progres.slvlsm. and will teach next year In Lakeland an eerie house where they found er season
whose schedule
she said "but It I prize for national reporting for Named NBC, summer
not
In Hollywood," she said. was good | SchooL a grim blind man-played by,
High
I his / contain not a single new enter
"outstanding of the
She also has attended fre. for me. I lost a whole year of coverage POETRY-Louis Simpson, 41, of all people, Sir Cedrle Hard will
quent dinner parties In her hOBo work because 1 couldn't sched. I assassination" of President JohnF. a native of Jamaica, for "At the About a million Ions of duct wlrke- nd a strange young talnment program replace
I DistrictVicePresident "That Was the Week That Was"In
or. This is a compliment she ule other films. A year Is too Kennedy End of the Open Road." He la Jaycee from dnl.nl. space fall on the man who had Invented a ma.
Robert H. Jackson 30 of the July with a series of variety
said, but also a bazard. long to go without work. an assistant professor of English earth every yen The co.mlc chine: that could "tilt time." shows shown originally to Cana.
-- at the University of California particles, are so small that a
Well sir that dlan television vlew.ra. to becalled
poisoned fellow
at Berkeley, once worked as a microscope end special equipment
copyboy for the New York Her. Reardon are needed to Identify. them kept popping up, alive and dead, "On Pander'as
George past president
aid Tribune.
of the Naples Jaycees

was elected vice president of
Official Claims sutra
Javcee District IS, at a cau

Freedom Of Press cus held Sunday In Sarasota AIr

Reardon will head up district 4e

r Hampering U.S. committees for the coming year

and serve on the State Execu-
a BOSTON (AP) Robert J. e
tive Committee.
Manning top State Department
Information official said today Eleven delegates from Na-

that the government Is often pies attended the Sarasota eau

handicapped In carrying out its cus. John Leavltt, a cones

foreign policy because of what tarn In the "ipeak-up contest" ?

,i. he called the unllmlteJ freedom copped district honors and will 4:

.... of the press to pry Into and represent the district at the

print government secrets. state convention In Cocoa

Jt "The occasionally mindless Beach May 15-16. George ,
devotion of the press to exposure
Unman, a contestant In"SPOKE"
e for lUre'l sake can
s elp<>
a i competition for first
"
put us at a disadvantage,
Manning assistant secretary of year members finished a close

state for public affairs said In second Harry Nell publicity

a speech prepared for delivery' chairman amounted eta
before the Massachusetts Joint In other business at the caucus

bar-press symposium. NeD reported that a re.le .dwr+ w, YV

Manning questioned the pr ., districting proposal received a a

clple that "The people have the favorable vote, and the Naplesorganization

right to know" when the know., will after June 1,

ledge can compromise the n sbe, a member of District 15,
tlon' defense or foreign policy
dropping the District 6 *
design
...
) The answer to the question
atlon. Naples win be In a district *
"Do the people have a right to
CONSTRUCTION of a fire tower for the East Naples! area was started know?" Is not a* simple a* comprised of NaplesFort

yesterday morning on a plot of ground just west of the Swamp Buggy track is sometime supposed JoIIMo1nc Myers.Venice and Punts Corda. rJ"JP' _- -. --, -,--
Service.: workmen for the The number of districts In the
Forestry
Radio Road by the Florida Above said .
0:1: EXAMINATIO I I N-.tiUtalith artiste" turn up il the dance e-amln
Naples Awning and Glass Company are seen bolting the steel beam for Publicity in the press, he con. stan was Increased to 20 from DANCE a bid wee e new
tlnued sometime could "great.ly the nine district Nell liens in the Green seem at the Paris Opera te enceursge dancing lyres making
the superstructure in place. The tower will b* 100 feet tall when com : original In the French ..a"tllDuplicate
tar ballet dancer held s-nyally
new are
pleted. (NEWS photo) assist our adversaries. lAid. career The tryeuU



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ft,1\; r :c, '::' 9 8th Annual Shrine TourneyThe RoundupBy


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MIKE BATHE
\
Eighth Annual All Shrine 'u Associated Press Sports Writer .s. .
r Golf Tournament at the Beach Sandy Koufax threw 39

Club concluded Saturday evening strikes Bob Gibson threw two
. . . .
with an awards banquet and goes beanballs and one bat. . . I

down In the record book "as Koufax won. Gibson didn't.

one of the finest we ever had," Moralt Strikes are more ef. NEW Tuesday, May 5, 1964
% said Carl dimmer, presidentof fictive and less expensive 6 COLLIER COUNTY I

4cJF the local Shrine Club, spon. I
sore of the event. Koufax, making his first start Gator RunnersTo Green Bay'sGolden
"In view of the upcoming primary since Injuring his arm April 22,
r election sad our Shrine Jlrr pitched the Los Angeles Dodgers Compete In

kV Ceremonial scheduled for June to a 2.1, lO.lnnlng victory over Boy
54, the turnout was remark the Chicago Cubs Monday night, Gainesville Meet

able," said Clemmer A total allowing only three hits and Three members of Ever-
of 180 players took part In the striking out 13 In an Impressive Signs AgainGREEN
School's track team
glades High
tournament, matching record re.glstratlons return.
of previous years t. It was the 52nd time In Ms will compete In the state Class BAY, WIs. (AP-

Over 1700 was awarded :: : major league career that Kou. B-C meet InGalnesvllle on Fri It'. official The Golden Boy Is

in prizes More than 70players, fax had struck out 10 or more day. back.

mom and women, won awardsof .: In a game, leaving him only two wtUard Wooten,John Dicker- Quietly, without fanfare and
---' - ---- various value. ; : strikeout performances away man, and Jimmy Collins quail- In a very routine manner, the

SWIM I QUEEN Cihfornun' Donna d* Vironi hug In the men's division of the from the record of 54 held by fled for the state meet with Green Bay Packers mailed outa

trophy awarded to her afttr scoring highest point total 'In 3.hole event, Dorsey Nevergall, .' : '.1 both Rube Waddell and Bob Fel. good performances In the District short, prepared release today
a consistent winner of tourna. that Paul Hornung, their all.
8 West Palm
In ler.Gibson meet at
womtn'i iwlrn champlomhlp Pittsburgh
National AAU m.ntaln Naples, topped all com meanwhile, got In. Beach last'nlght. everything halfback, has signedfor
petition In low gross scoring, volved in the first beanball In. his seventh season In the
Salleys Romp Again Z3ZStandard's posting a score of 148. William cldent of the season and drewan Wooten finished second In National Football League.
Smith and Joseph Snow tied for automatic $50 fine along with his specialty, the shot put witha Hornung, a three-time NFL

second with 152. Ii Philadelphia's Jack Baldschun. toss of 43 feet, 3 3/4 Inches scoring leader, sat out all of
Low net honors In the 36-hole The St. Louis right-hander also The first three finishers In each last year under suspension by

Mark Allen division for men was won by left himself open for further ac. event qualified for the state Commissioner Pete Rozelle for

I Charles Boatman with 131. A .- ........-.. .. lion when he was ejected for meet. betting on games His was the
total of 131 won second for Bill DORSEY NEVERGALL- of Pompano Beach ((1)I) throwing his bat toward the Dickerman and Collins turn- biggest name Involved In the
A. Smith, and 140 won third mound in the fourth Inning. ed In good times In the mile NFL scandals of a year ago.
for N. Guthrie topped all competitors for low gross honors in the Gibson threw two fast balls at
For 6-4 and finished second and third Both he and Alex Karras, Detroit .
Raps Homer Don Davidson and L.D. Sutton Eighth Annual All Shrine Golf Tournament held the head of Phillies' pitcher of Lion defensive tackle also

tied for top honors In scoring last weekend at the Beach Club. At right is Glenn Dennis Bennett In the third In. Immokalee respectively. Jesus the Ayala In under suspension, were rein.
won event
figured by the Galloway system. Baer, general chairman of the Golf Committeefor nlng, apparently in retaliation stated last month.
Their scores were ISO. Scott the local Shrine Club, of the annual for Bennett's decking the Cardl. 5:00, followed by Dickerman *-No figures were mentioned In
sponsor
Over Kiwanis Wolfe of Naples and Albert Bell nals' Julian Javier in the second at 5:02.8 and Collins at 5031. the routine release-which In.
Victory event. Baer who handed out the prizes presented
tied for second with 151. Five inning. Gibson drew a warning A boy from Pahokee tied Collins eluded Hornung's name with

players posted scores of 152I Nevergall with a golf bag. ( McGrath photo) from plate umpire Doug Harvey for third place, but Ever- those of three other backs-but

Kiwanis Yankees found out In Four Jaycees pitchers servedup I In this section of the tourney -and with it the automatic $50 glades coach Phil Larson Is assuming estimates of Hornung's salary
nine hits and 19 walks. second with 73. There was a botham from Gauley Bridge, W.
last nleht Little League con. fine that Collins has
quali were inthe $25,000.$30,000
tie for third with 75. Va. The dubious range
test that the ball game Isn't over David Barley breezed to the i FEMALE SCORES three-way highest score Then, in the fourth, with Bald. fied. "It would be ridiculousto about what he was receiving
The teams M. McAllister- honor went to Don Davidson.The .
until the last man Is out. victory, pitching a slxJiltter. He I In the women's division over were schun on the mound for the Phil. have a runoff for third before the suspension.
The Yankees never did get struck out eight and walked only' 36 holes, Mary Smith with Louie Bell; Stan Thompson.WIl. score was reported to be lies, Gibson was hit In the side place
the last man out. The last two. Dennis Kelly pitched the last: 139 was low gross winner, Sara liam porter; and HenryGarland. "considerably above 100." by a pitch, and flipped his bit In the mile, he said The
man was Standard Oil's Mark Inning for Holland Salley. Bar.. P rather with 140 was second; and Joseph Snow. Bill Smith won the driving contest .1 toward the mound. Baldschun coach reported that Collins was Celts Sign Up
In special prize awards the for men. J. Strayer was Jostled In the stretch his
Allen and he hit a home run to ley, Gratton, and Bruce Griffin I Louise Harlan at 148 was third. Immediately drew a warning by
give Iris team a M victory over each had two hits for the winners First low net honors for the title of Senior Shrlner went to second and W. Porter third. and the automatic fine while Pahokee opponent but no foul Mel Counts Of
Kiwanis. This decisive blow women were divided between Eli.!: 78year.old Charles Sebrlng, of NearesUhe-pln honors on hole Gibson drew a thumb from Har. was called
': tabeth Ryan and Sebrlng. Longest traveller number seven went to E. Knox, Besides
climaxed a last-ditch comeback GlorlaSluaghter Ayala's first in the
for Standard, which went Into the Florida State with 106. Blllle Simpson and honors went to Dr. A.E. Hlggen. first G. Roberts; General third.Wall Onhole.llthewinners second; and vey.Gibson not only lost money- mile the list of Immokalee qua Oregon State I

final sixth Inning behind, 4.2. Mint Corbin tied for second at' but a victory as well. When he lifiers was headed by Larry r

In the other game, Holland 111 Will Mets Have Carroll. were S. Dulaney and E.1 left the Cardinal were leading Williams and Bill Driver. Williams NEW YORK (AP-The Bolo I

Salley's hlgh.scorlng white Sox LeagueBy The ladles placed at The Moor First day putting honors went 5.1 and won \9.2. Gibson, how. won the half-mile In the ton Celtics, who usually win Ii'

made It 53 runs In three games Inn Golf and Country Club Exe. Light EnoughTo to D. Halliday N. McAllister A. ever did not qualify for the trl. district meet, and Driver won when it counts, expect to be
by polishing off Jaycees, 232. THE ASSOCIATED PREYS cuUve Course, with per at 63. umph because he didn't pitch winning WITH Counts next sea.
Look Good? Bell, and W. Pretty. Second high place In the pole vault.
Standard Oil meets Trail W. L. Pct. G.B. Winner among the ladies with day honors went to B. Slaughter the required five innings
Wednesday on scores determined by the Callo. Who got the easy victory? son.The Celtics were pleasantly
Cleaners at 5:15 Daytona Beac'12: 2 .857 NEW YORK (AP)-Will vlsi.btlity' T. Tucker and G. Gardner. The
diamond at way System of counting were Lucky Roger Craig. to find Mel Counts
the Little League Ft. Lauderdalel 4 .733 1V4 : Improve the New York third day, J. Harlan, E. Eures surprised
Gambler Park. The 7:15 second St. Petersburg\ 5 .643 3 Martha Louden, 143 first; and Mete? and W. Easen were winners. In other National League ac. FloridaSports still available when It came
game will match Kiwanis and Tampa 7 7 .500 5 a two-way tie for second and third Probably not, but the Mets are tlon, a fight broke out after Mil. their turn to make a first-round

Exchange. Lakeland 6 7 .462 54 between Julia Pearson and Dot going to try. They will play waukee had edged the New choice In the annual National

Kiwanis carried a two-run lead Miami 5 \9 .357 7 Robertson, at 146. their first night game In their Name Laperriere York Meta 2.1 behind Denny Le. Basketball Association draft
Into the bottom of the sixth Inning, Sarasota 3 10 .231 8V4 Friday's winners among the new Shea Stadium Wednesday master's two-hlt pitching, Willie Monday. They quickly grabbed
and pitcher Buckv Flowers walk. Orlando 2 11 .154 9'/i\ ladles In the nearest-the-pln con. night against the Cincinnati Winner Of NHL Mays hit home run No. 10 In off the 7-foot Oregon State cen.

ed Tim Bell and hit Greg Bailey Monday's results test were Grace Gardner, first; Reds- vho started the whole San Francisco's 3.2, 12.nnln| |8 I GOLF ter as a potential back.up man
with a pitch to put the tying run Tampa 12, St. Petersburg 5 and Irene Jones, second. Satur. business of getting the baseball Rookie Of Year victory over Houston and Pitts FORT LAUDERDALE Barbara > to Bill Russell

on base. Then Flowers got Rick Fort Lauderdale 5, Orlando 1 day the winners were: VI troops out of the hot sun, back MONTREAL (AP) Jacques burgh defeated Cincinnati 4.2. Faye White and Mrs. Robert .. Russell's present back-up
Jaeger to fly out and Jim Jones Daytona Beach 4, Miami .2 Shepard, first; and Jane Allen, In 1935. Laperrlere, the young defense. In the American League, Bal. MacClaurln tied at par 7!5! man on the slx-tlme champion

to strike out, and that seemingly Sarasota 8, Lakeland 7 second And the Mete are going to i I man who helped the Montreal timore crushed Washington 11.4, for medalist honors in qualifying: Celtics Is 34-year-old Clyde Lo.
ball i, Cleveland whipped Boston 7.5 rounds of the Southern Women's i vellette, who Is considering
wrapped the game.
up 'Tonight's gamesSt. have twice as much light, whichIs ,, Canadlens to a surprise regular ,
ButGary Hartford came Petersburg at Tampa LOCAL WINNERS not a bad Idea since they art i!,..ason' title, today was named I t the Chicago White Sox walloped Amateur Golf Tournament... retirement. This obviously
through with a' single to send In Sarasota at Lakeland Naples golfers cam In for back In the cellar again winner of the Calder Memorial, Minnesota 10.5 and Kansas City Thirty-two contenders qualified j I prompted the Celtics to go for

Bell and Bailey to tie It up, 44. Fort Lauderdale at Daytona award In low net scoring In the The lights in the new park will Trophy as the National Hockey., downed the Los Angeles Angels for the championship flight. the big man when their turn to

Allen, the next batter, smashedhis Beach two>man competition on Thurs. be turned on In ceremony just League's rookle-of-the-year. 7.4. The New York Yankees and BASEBALLTALLAHASSEEAuburn pick came around.

homer bver the fence In left. Miami at OrlandoFront.running day. Faber roe up with before the game starts. Chief Laperriere collected a total ol I Detroit were not scheduled beat t Under the NBA rules, the
center and scored behind Hart. A.P. Ayers second place button pusher will be FranklinD. | 117 points In the voting by hockey Florida State 4 to 2 and brokea I team with the poorest won-lost
ford. Those two hits In the Daytona scored 1 In the competition with a net of writers and broadcasters ir> Nicklaus6,15Q slx.game winning streak b)' record picks first, the best last.
Roosevelt Jr. assistant
sixth were the only hits Standard four runs on three singles, two'' 60. W, Roy Smith with Dr. W.T. of now :, each of the circuit's six cities, FSU pitcher Cliff Ranew. FSl' That gave the New York Knlcks
Oil managed in the game. errors and a stolen base Monday' Barrett took third with 61. First President secretary father commerce did whose, The voting was done after the; DUNEDIN (AP-Jack Nick.. had Jumped to a 2.1 lead In thei i first choice, Boston last, withpit
The winners got two runswtth. night to defeat Miami 4.2 In 1, low net honors went to the team May 24,1933. the job i first half of the campaign, laus, winner of the Las Vegas i first Inning on four singles t the others picking in reverse

out a hit In the first Inning, but Florida State League baseball.', of James Young and H. Robinson, The Cincinnati ., based on games through Dec.'Tournament of Champions,, Monte Sharpe by Jimmy Reed,,, order of the standings.
Kiwanis came back In the second The win was Daytona's ninth'I shooting 59. with eight towers park was lighted ', 31, and again after the close ol;. boasted a total bankroll this i I Mike Augustine, Jerry Nichol i "Counts can run like heck for

with one run and added three straight Low gross honors went to the 616 bulbs for the 1933 containing. the season. week of $46,150, the PGA said,, and Larry Johnson. a big guy," Boston Coach Red
lead First baseman' George Huletl t' Inaugural.The Arnold Palmer was second I DELAND Stetson outlast I Auerbach said. "We would like
In the third to take the team of William Smith and Jack Laperriere led with 53 points,
Steve Alander, in relief! of Ed and llan Second each hit Baseman two singles Felix for Mil.the' Price with 68. D. Nevergall and watts lamps each, for were a total about of about 1.50C I I In the first half and again with I largest 339. money winner with $35,., Jacksonville ".Z In a 14-lnnln.'I to have had Joe" Caldwell, butwe're

Frank, was the winning pitcher. Islanders. Right Fielder Craig!\ William Guns, as a team, were one million watts. 64 points In the second half. H e, contest. satisfied.

Ducky Walker and Flowers Shea Stadium has only two, will receive $1,500 from thE I
,, SonJu gut two singles for Miami II
shared hurling duties for Kl. Tom Freeman spaced five hits light towers. The other lights league-$1,000 for winning the I II

wants and hurled second place Foil lea'gue are hung on the rim of the roof. trophy and $500 for leading Ir d
with
Joe Cratton homered a t
,: Lauderdale to a 5.1 victory over There are 1,600 bulbs-half of each half.
man on In the first Inning to gel t Is the :I
them Laperrlere only seconc
; loop trailing Orlando. WillieI mercury and half quartz,
Holland bailey off to a flying! win the Calder
I Mobley amassed three hits anc: Leaders giving both brilliant and soft defenseman to
start In the lopsided vlitoryovet., Mike Ferrara and Frank Petrel light-in the Shea Stadium sys- Trophy. Kent Douglas of th I .0
Jaycees. Three more runs followed has two each as the Yankee 1 tern, and they provide about two Toronto Maple Leafs was chose I
in that Inning. Lance Stahl., By THE: OC' lA'TED' PRESS: million watts. the outstanding rookie last year,
dealt Orlando Pitcher Dennli 1
man singled In Jaycees' onl)t National League of Montreal]L
That may still not be John Ferguson
Tucker his fifth loss of th' enoughto
two runs In the third.In Batting (35 at bats)-Mays, make the Nets look good. was the runner.up this year
the fourth, 16 White Sox went 1 t season. San Francisco, .468; Allen, Phil.
to the plate,and 12 scored. Then, The Tampa Tarpons unleashec I adelphli, .381. w F
were five more runs In the sixth an 18-hlt attack that brought I 1 Runs-Mays. San Francisco Baseball Standings re
I shattering 12.5 end to a five, 22, Williams.; Chicago; Boyer r 7

game St. Petersburg winning and White, St. Louis, 13.
Clay LeavingFor streak. Bob Lelll and Jake Mar. Runs batted In Mays, San National League American LeagueW
lines each collected three hits Francisco 25 Williams W, L, Pct C.B. L. Pct G.B,
Six-Week for the Tarpons and six others ; Chica. San Fran. 11 4 .733 Cleveland 9 4 .692 A
go; Etargell, Pittsburgh, and
Fhlla'phUMilwaukee 10 5 .667 1 8 5 .615 1
hit twice, Including Albert Van. Chicago
St. Louis 15.
Boyer, ,
Tour Of AfricaNEW 11 6 .647 1 Detroit 8 7 .533 2
cey, who poled a !wo>run homerIn
Hits San Francisco
Mays, ,
the ninth.A Pittsburgh 10 1 ,588 2 Baltimore 8 7 .533 2
YORK (AP) Heavy. 29 Clemente, Pittsburgh and
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weight champion Cassius Clay rare triple play In the eighth Boyer, St. Louis, 26.DoubluCardenu. St. Louis 10 8 .556 21 MlnnelotaI\ \9 ..500 21,.
CincinnatiChicago II \9 .500 31r4 New York 6 6 .500
who prefers to be called Mu. delighted fans when Tampa'sWarren Cincinnati 2Vi
hammad All, Is preparing to Robinson hit a line drive Clemente and Stargell, Pitts 6 \9 .400 5 Kansas City 7 8 .467 3
slx.weeksl4.nalion with runners on first and sec Houston 8 12 .400 51i iBVi Washington 8 11 .421 4
leave for 7.Triples.
a ond. The Tarpons' Leon Crow burgh, Los Angeles 8 12 .400 Los Angeles 7 10 .412 4 ,.- ....-
tour of Africa. Santo Chicago 3
,
The undefeated boxing ruler made a running catch of the Eight tied with 2. ; New York 3 14 .176 9 Boston 6 \9 .400 4

he will leave drive, stepped on second and Monday's Results Monday's Results
said Monday night Home runs-Mays, San Francisco
threw to Norv Rasmussen at San Francisco 3, Houston 2 Baltimore 11, Washington 4
within a week by plane to ac. 10; Howard, Los Angeles, '
cept a series of invitations that first 8. 12 Innings Cleveland 7, Boston 3 r (.

have been sent to me from lead. Sarasota edged Lakeland 8.7 Stolen bases-Wills, Los An. St. Louis 9, Philadelphia 2 Chicago 10, Minnesota 5
Milwaukee 2, New York 1 Kansas City 7 Los 4
In Angeles
of Africa." a 13-lnnlng game. Halley ,
ers in the nations gels, 8; Harper, Cincinnati,
Hi said that no fixed Itinerary Young came home with the and W. Davis, Los Anlel.,6.PltchlnrM Pittsburgh 4, Cincinnati 2
has been prepared but said winning run when Marv Straw a r 1 e hal, San Los Angeles 2, Chicago 1, 10 Today's Games

"my associates are working on hit a grounder and Lakeland's Francisco, 4.0, 1.000; Farrell, Innings Cleveland at Boston
third baseman missed the ball. Today's Games Los Angeles at Kansas City
It now. Houston; Fischer, Milwaukee; New York at MilwaukeeHouston I
Banning, Philadelphia, and N }
Shaw, San Francisco, S.O, 1.000. at San Francisco, N Washington at Baltimore, N l : .4
Strikeouts Marlchal, San Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, N Detroit at New York, N

PLAY BETTER GOLFBy Francisco, 31; Bunnlng, Philadelphia Philadelphia at St. Louis, N Only games scheduledWednesday's 4
28. Only games scheduledWednesday's

Tommy Armour American League Games Games
Chicago at San Los NOTHING PLEASES
Batting (35 at bats) Free. Francisco Angeles at Minnesota, N
Cincinnati at New York, N Kansas City at Chicago, N
han, Detroit, ..429\ ; Fr.goLo..
Milwaukee at Philadelphia N Boston at Detroit, N LIKE ANelectric
Storf swing wth Radius of Swing Angeles, ..425.Run.RoUlns. ,
St. Louis at Pittsburgh, N Baltimore at Cleveland, N
Minnesota 18
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rodius ;
a firm HAVE a feeling f of gently Ollva, Minnesota, 17. Houston at Los Angeles, N New York at Washington, N .

iu t / till duHua'tiagainst ; Runs batted In Wagner, gift

the ground/ with your left Cleveland, 19; Colavlto, Kansas

arm jiM before you start jour back- City, 15. NAPLES
I swing. That will\ straighten your left Hits Ollva, Minnesota, 32; FLY -

I. Ii I eibow and establish the radiu of Rollins, Minnesota, 25. MIAMI Whatever your gift-giving! occasion operate. The last word in style and

your swing. It also will automatically Doubles Robinson, Baltl. crown it with an Electric Gift. Always beauty.

more; Brtssoud and MaUone, in good taste. Always popular A really special gift for
r strengthen your grip of the Boston: Demeter and Wert Detroit someone
club just the right degree ( firm but and Rollins, Minnesota, 5. New Year Round Daily Schedule practical, preferred and appreciated special keeps on giving all year

: not stiff) with the last three finger Triples Hinton, Washing Things new and bright and the 'round. What's more, you'll find

.. J of your left hand. This straightening ton, 4, Versalles, Minnesota, 3. Naples To Miami! price is right. Designed for modern shopping for Electric Gifts the easiest
j of your left arm at the start will Home runs-Colavlto, Kansas 7.45AM. 11:30: A.M. 345P'.M.:
protect you against the bending oft City, 8; Allison, Minnesota, 6. Florida Living to make work shopping ever. Dozens to chooee

the elbow which causes so many Stolen bases Aparlclo, Baltl. Miami To Naples lighter and entertaining brighter. from .just stop in at your favorite .

I I i t missed shot It will reduce the risk ner more, Cleveland, 8j; Davallllo, 4.PitchingMcNally. and Wag. 9.00AM. 215P.M. 500P.M. Clean, efficient and economical to store.FLORIDA .

4 of starting your backs wine! by lift and Stock, ConitMtioM and RfMr*.(lon. to say point I I. the world '
ing with your right hand. You can'tapply Baltimore; Lamabe and Rad. die 'cPrffm.f1f s

this advice on sandttap shots atz, Boston; Donovan and Kra. NAPLES AIRLINES 4t>t ; .o,dkt' ; + ccr tQ

where the rules prohibit founding; lick, Cleveland; S "e r r y, D*. y,.., .". .
tea I
Naples Airport Contour S Miami a.e er.erra1
the Club. trolt; Chance, Los Angeles, and Airport er "nW
a sees by TIM Ch ',): Tribune
Narum, Washington, 2.0, 1.000. MI 2-3454 NE 44811
Strikeout Pena, Kansas City Ticket offlc NtpUi Travel A.M 4 Corwn POWER I LIGHT COMPANY

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: Realty Total For April Reaches $2,753,110 COLLIER Tueeday COUNTY, My 5,NEWS7 1W


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County real estate sales In 5. Unit 4. The Moorings, $6, Simmons. Goodland, Lot IS,Blk eel In Sec 32, Twp 46, Rio 29,

the processing period closing 00. 4. Goodland Heights. $ ,5ool; $ .oool First Fla. Real Estate

TO BUY 10 s\\\. TO RENT out the month of April reach Port Royal. Inc., to Walter F.W and Verna Hensley to JoeF. Man Inc., to Dean and Mary Help Hold

ed $345.503. The total for C. and Helen F. Dietrich Nor- and Opal S. Reeves, Hialeah A. Schwartz Miami parcel In

t April was 2753110. The total rlstown. I'a.. Lot 5. Spyglass tot 16, Goodland Heights See 22. Twp 47. Rge 27, $1.

for the first four monthsof Island Port Royal. $13.600; First Add'n. $2.000; First 000 First Fla. Real Estate Prices LBJ

t@R' 1964 now stands at $9,110, Vern Since rbesu, et II,toChu- Fla. Real Estate Mart, Inc.. Mart. Inc.. to Charles F. Hue- ,

Its and Irene M. Smith MIami to Richard E. and Betty J. be r, Miami parcel In See 22,

b 417.A total of 64 sales of less Lou 3 and 4, Blk B, Byrd Naples Lot 151, Gulf Twp 47, Rge 2'T, $1,000; Clifford -

than $1,000 were reported for Bad Axe Subd., $12,000; Naples Harbor $7,658; R.T. Ballard Anderson TrIO to MarlonN. Asks Labor

the current period. Bay Industries, Inc.. to to John M. and Irene 1.. Weeks. Nichols. Clark's Summit

Sales of $1,000 or over with Thomas G. and Joyce: A. Bennett Albion Mich.. Lot 183. No, 2, Ps., parcel In Sec 30, Twp 48, WASHINGTON (AP) Presl.

values taken from tax stampson Naples Lots 13 and 14, Isles of Capri $4,500. Rge 26, $12,000; Dorothea M. dent Johnson concerned lest a

Midway 22107lAnneuncm.n recorded deeds included the Blk C, Unit 3, Coconut Creek, Frank L. I Kodl to Patricia Minster to R.A. Allen and prosperous economy breed In.

following $4,000: AMn W. Barkau. eta Ulmen. Chicago part Lot 591. Richard Allen Hlaleah parcelIn nation, hat urged labor leaders

Charles D. Cole to Harvey !, to Robert A. Flick, Naples Unit 3, Isles of Capri $1, Sec 31, Twp 48, Rge 26, by to help adhering hold the to wage.prlce"sensible and

: W. and I Doris Gregory. Na- Lot 8, Blk E, Decker Highlands 250; W.L. and Dorothy Craw 4500. fair" government guideposts for
- - - -
pies Lots 10, 11. and 12. Blk $1,500 Carlton and Virginia ford to James J. and JannIe Seagrape Corp., to Hugh J, wage settlements

19, Tier 3. Naples $7,500; Lucille Williams to Edward G. M. Smith Immokalee Lot 28, Gallagher Garfield Heights. Speaking to 138 union chiefs

Transportation 48-Apts. For Rent E. and A.F. Fayard to Lee. Everglades, Lot 10, Blk Blk 4, Mainline Sub'd $7.500; Ohio, parcel In Sec 13, Twp and their wives at a White

PLAZA BEAUTY SALON Driving to New Jaraay Would I );t IM 1100Furn Alfred C. Pfelfer. Naples part 19, Everglades 4300. Frank M. McKay and Alice V. 49, Rge 25, $15.000; William House dinner Monday night,

1121 C. Tu.,."" Tr.ll3BoirsMotors Ibo to havi I.dy comp.n'on' to C'.'. TV.I bdrm Air Cond apti 745 Efflcien. 4th Lots 8 and 10, and all Lot 9, I Kelly to Frank M.McKay Royal B. Stone, Inc., to R.D. Davis Johnson-.as he did at a similar

Mldw.y t167' there,..driving.tI. Ref ExchangedMl 1/1.1' Ava. So. MI 2.4512. 115.11 Elk 12, Tier 8. Naples $9.200; Palm Hammock State Park. Waseca Minn., parcel In Sec gathering of Industrialists last

I badroom air condo apt Irc Philip C. Sansom to First EVERGLADESCollier Lots I, 2. 3. 51 and 52. Blk 25, Twp 48, Rge 26, $3.100; week dangled the carrot of
ACCM. Ave So Call Tommy lI.ho. Gabriel H. Luff to DImltrlous "another tax cut In
Church Mills a fewyears" ,
:38-Autoi For SaleIN MI I2IS9 or MI 1)119 Presbyterian Naples, Dev Corp. to 7, Unit 1. Naples Park. $10
BOAT BROKERAGE I/IM Lots 7 and 8, Elk 17, Tier 6, E. and Jeannette D. IsblU, 000; M.H. Davis Properties M, and Mary G. Petsoules If the economy keeps

LISTINGS URGENTLY EVERY WAY Naples. $13,500 William a.I Knoxville, Tenn., Lot 8, Blk Inc., to Stanley W,and MargaretA Amherst Acres Coraopolls expanding

Bob Martin NEEDEDI_ Mil, .J7J7Chrl EVERY DAY 49-Houses For Rent I Stone Inc., to Louis S. and 27, Everglades $1.400; Ida Robinson Carter Naples Lot 13, Blk Pa., parcel In Sec 12, Twp 50, do But not he want warned this "We promise surely of

5/1 BrUflkSmth tf ..Craft (. .. You',. ,,'.r If you '.'.et 2 bdrm house furnnhed alto Virginia D. Moore Naples to Lee E. and LillianL. 7, Unit 1, Naples Park. $5,000 Rge 31, $1,200; Dene r Corp.,to progress to be threatened by In.

your ttock next of top Utod quality Car Spie from .nd our Ml 1 bdrm.21191 haute after 1 furnnhed. II p miM Call pan Blk 26, Tier 8. Naples Riddle Hialeah Lot 15. Blk Fannie D. Hadley to Anita[ Allen :iam:; and Frances Catalano Ration"

24.n.ln.Chrla. Crtft Excellent Cruitir condition I4Np. Coma Span In guaranteed and ... for Uaad yourtelf Cart IfUnfurnish.d $4,000 Henry J, Borowskl to 4. Goodland Heghls1,500[ ; Herr Harrisburg Pa., Lot 25, Hollywood parcel In Sec 17, Some of the union leaders al.

J/ill I. t"" reitontDlX. MI 1404J 12 Buick, Invicta Wagon Brookud 3 bdrm 2. both Edward N. and Beatrice Lewi Lee E. Riddle to Phillip L. Blk 20. Unit 2, Naples Park Twp 50, Rge 31, $1,200 Gabriel ready have announced they
Home lit Fl. Rsul I
U Chev Bucket 1.1"'Aira". loaded VI AT.fitS 00 E.,.,. Mart Inc. Office phon Englewood, Lot 12, elk 5. Unit $9,500; M.H. Davis Properties, H, Luff to Harry J. Cullen would ignore the culdeposts in

7 Dogt Cats Pets PS. R4H I owner ISIS 00 2 MI 3471 21111. Model home MI 2, Aqualane Shores $5, Inc. to Pater P. and Mary S. Miami, parcel In Sec 24. Twp i negotiations this year and John.
:: II Buick La Sabre 4 dr. IIUt 500) William M. Quayle to Hu- Jeff Grimm Ends Marlnshaw. Melbourne, Lot 22, 50, Rge 31, $1,200; Oglesby >IOn lectured them on the pout
MT AT. PS. RM 179! M Unfurnnhed I bdrm 2 bat 'ble
AKC Male Miniature Roeionably Schntuitr Ref. II Ambettador Wagon Brook,>da waterfront horn don C, and Ann M. Humphries Blk 46. Unit 6. Naples Park Vance et ai, to Herbert R. hazards In a crowing econ.
priced Ml fact air" PS. PB Range. drape boetdock m Basic TrainingAt end Alice Ft. Lauderdale '
Madrsy
t4M3 er Ml Lot 2 Blk Unit 2 omy."As
14301 S/3.5t Phil IMS 00 eluded lit Fl.. Real Eitat C. Coqulna $1,000); M.II. Davis Properties demand Increases and
II Olds 4 .,. AT PS Mart Inc. Office phone MI Sands, $39,500. Inc.. to James and Mary parcel In Sec 26, Twp
Lackland AFB unemployment falls
12-Help WantedHELP PS, RIH 1195 00 2 till Model home MI ,..171. 50, Rge 31, $1,000; Calusa managers
11 Rambler American, I/IM Modera So. Ozone Park N.Y., will be tempted to raise pricesIn
WANTED MALE wagon. AT. Fact air IllS 00 I- bdrm turn dream houia. LAKE FOREST --..---- Lot 36, Blk 73, Unit 6. Naples Acreage Corp., to Charles n, '- spite of the already high

AND FEMALE II Valiant PS. PB V.200 AT wagon 129900SO door Each ,room, hat glass, sliding Herbert E. and Betty K. Park. $1,000; Jacob Thomas and Hildegarde M. MatteoCry- profits and continuing excess
Tool loading to large tcreene
.n.nc mekart of small repair d...end and morn.I con. Rambler. Super porch. Lovely' bath with' lunke Church to Lee I. and NancyE. : Hoffman to Frank B. and stal Lake, Ill, parcel In Sec t capacity and unions will be
ltd, a.r itS 00 tile tub. N earns w Sea Gala 30, Twp 50, Rge 34, $1,300, I tempted to force
prmtion molds.El.ctronics fast.
SO Buick La Sabra t dr School MI '.11... 4/221 Mills Jr.. Naples Lot 28, Shirley M. Arle, Naples Lot wages up
Techniciana lor SO HOTP Lincoln 4 PS.dr PB HDTP AT 149500 Blk E, Lake Forest. $11,300)) 13, Blk B, Unit 1, Sperling's The Henderson Creek Co., to i er than productivity, in spite of
producton sod .oomph work Harold Helen Thelman (no address Comp equip, w fact air 55-Stores Office P. Johnson, Tr., to Sub'd., $10,500.
Maintenance' man Mutt know I owner above avg 179900 Harry C, and Anna D. Laturno shown) parcel In Sec 3, Twp 'ulng excessive unemployment"
OI.cfronicrspari.. 50 Dodge Pioneer Wagon I Office No *. 2nd tlory Belc 51. Rge 26, $3,300 Helen Thel- Johnson said
VI AT. PS R t H 109500 Building 111 50 par Mo. 1170 3rd Naples. Lot 2'T. Blk A, Lake- COUNTY ; He laid he knew
Tool room foremenGirli It Crown Imperial 4 dr St. So Welkin, A Barkau. WIth view Terrace $19.500; Moor- Anna W. Lewis to GeorgeF. man to Arthur L. and Marlon one side Is
HD TP. excel condoI Ave. So. Ml 2 0141. Inclined to blame the other for
B. Ovid
for alactronic 1550mbhss.Enclos owner 129900 4/19tf Ings Dev Co. of Canada Ltd., and Sobelda R. Cllne. Im Hallett. N.Y.. parcel Irresponsibility but he declared

51 AT.Pontiae PS. Conv PB lOtS 00 to William L. and Bernice 1 K. mokalee parcel In Sec 32, Twp in Sec 3, Twp 51, Rge 26, $4, "I do not believe labor or
ro.um. .nd slot. .o. Offce Space 12 0 19 ft. Fa 000 &
S. H
p.etod III..y to boo 1/7 ...1. II Ford. Cuttomlma I dr Rent at IJI. par mo Coat I Kater, Greenwich, Conn., Lot 46, Rge 29. $5,000: FJ. Fran- ; Realty Corp., to i business wants a renewed wage.
4/21.1f M RHH.Plymouth Slick Savoy I dr 19500 II Colony, : US SIN Ava *o 21, Blk 1 K, Unit 2, The Moor- kenhoff to George F. and So First National[ Corp.. Miami, j price spiral any more than Bar.

wagon VI stick 545 00 Ings, $6,500; Moorings Dev heidi RCline,Immokalee,par- parcel In Sec 2, Twp 51. Age i ry Gold water wants to run on

13-Help Want. Female 5S Plymouth RAH Hick 4 dr 495.00 57-Houses For Sale Co. of Canada Ltd., George 24, $3,000; Sun ridge Acres I he: same ticket with Nelson

P E R O NABLE WOMAN II Cadillac 4 dr AT L, C rites, Clrclevtlle Ohio, i.i' Inc. to Peter and Eva Dahl- I Rockefeller. t
If WANTED FOR GENERAL OFFICE PS. PB P aaata. MOORINGS DELIGHT "For suth a spiral steals ",.
AND DETAIL WORK. fact air" 745 00 Three bedroome. 2 bath Lot 35, Blk Q Unit 2, The man, Westniont. 111., parcel In
\ MUST BE ABLE TO TYPE WOOD CHRYSLER tral. h..t and air conditioning, can Moorings, $13,500; Moorings --- -. --' North Florida See 12. Twp 51, Rge 34, $1, 'Ingseats away at real wages
I/ AND ENJOY WORKING WITH Carpeting throughout except 2 JEFFREY GRIMM - 295 Sunny Florida Acres Inc. 'bleeds the meager income of
Dev. Co. of Canada Ltd. to ; ,
PUBLIC badrooma .
KNOWLEDGE OF kitchen
PLYMOUTH INC. Complete In our older citizens-fives orders
BOOKKEEPING HELPFUL eluding; diapoeal; and dnhwiiher : Dudley H. and Eloise I. Smith After to Emma Braeman, Miami
APPLY IN PERSON AT COL. 2t40 N. Trail. MI t Ml Nice, acreened porch Paved Airman Digs Out ,and jobs to foreign competitors
B. Grimm
Jeffrey Beach In Sec 13
Marion Conn. Lot 13 Blk parcel Twp .
LIER COUNTY NEWS AD. 1942 ThunderbirdHerdtop. R & driveway toddad lawn landcaoed -and undermines the soundness
VERTISING DEPT ASK FOR H. P ooerwin dow.. aeeta, Fee Phona MI -0 IIM---" .ft.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. 51, Rge 34, $2,000; Collier c if the dollar."
MR. WYATT OR MR SHUTTI.M.ddIs tory air condltonn. Low mil.. I P.M. 4iLt58Lots Grimm of690 Pine 10-Inch RainBy
Road Land
.. Myrtle Investment Corp.,to Ruby Johnson faced a difficult talk
sod sil.s .,nl. for part MI 2.4104 ,It.r I ".M. Dividends Left
tirns .ork. Apply ,n parson It 412'.11 For Sale Ridge Naples. has completedthe THE ASSOCIATED PRESS McQuIre Tr., parcel In See In trying to convince the union
Liggett Raxall Ntplat Shopping 1953 Mtreury H..dtoo Stock On Deposit Guard first phase of his Air Force 19. Twp 52, Rge 31, $1,500; 1 leaders to keep with the guide
Canter t/i.tfEfficient Shift with Mldilleburg residents returned
ovardrlva Ml
woman wanI.diT.. IW1 175.4130.1t leon PORT Drive ROYAL. For Lot22. Gel basic military training at Lack to mud.fllled homes and farm. Collier Land Investment Corp. I I lines, which were set forth by

tponaible, lecretanal) poaition Write O J. Herbert Sale. or 2120 Trade Poll Vets Against LossST. land AFB Texas era surveyed crop damage today to Rome E. Jones Newton I the late President John F. Ken.

films Mutt be and tkilled have at ahorthand typing and or 41 -Trucks Tractors Road Darian. Conn.59Acreage PETERSBURG M.T. Airman Grimm has been selected after storms dumped up to ten N.C.. parcel In Sec 35, Twp I nedy.They

equivalent' Good salary for i iiio for technical training inches of rain acroaa North 52, Rge 31, $1,900. proviSo for wage settle
00 l lor. brand n.w GMC Jlxon director of the De-
ments limited to
or I* day week Including Saturdayt Industry's an.
pickup truck Sure ,,,.,,'I as 1 communications-electron Florida. Miami Investment Co., to
Part time to begin full of Veterans Affairs nual Increase in
time petition later Apply limmick to It. You hays to H avsucrs.js lull ..11 It. No. wrtment ics,specialist[ at the Air Train State Agriculture Commission. Zolton Weiss et al, Skokle output per
13591 slate lax and buy IIc.n. of Gold.n Gate of worker since World War H
Greater pay Ettatei end for the Sate Florida announced -or
Commerce Neplet Chamber 4/?>of tf Ii .. tai. Immediate Salivary 1122 ft. E. of State Rd. 151 Ing' Command (ATC) school at er Doyle Conner said vegetable 111., parcel In See 22, Twp 52, roughly 3 cent.
LUFF CMC. INC. 421 ItS Will trade for home. Writ* today that almost a I Keesler Miss. His damage had been reported but per
AFB new
Wanted 2 l.dot wall acquaint. St. N. Temporary location ... O Box 432 Brandon, Fla million. who Rge 33, $1.200;29-52-33Corp., AFUCIO President George
veterans boldjGI that the rains helped clt.Yus
ad..In..lha> community" for full 5/J. atthJt "'" lit .. unit, (is pan of the vast ATC heavy to Jackie C. McGraw. Miami, Meany. one of Monday night'sguegts
or; par) time word Mutt have' life insurance policies are usIng (roves and field crop)
-system which trains airmen parcel In Sec 29 52 has served notice the la.
me of car Write Sox 1737 A tYoung their annual divi- In Mlddleburc where Black Twp Rge I ,
44 Mobile Homes 61-Income Property regular and officers In the diverse skills bound
will not be
.cretary for law ofte. dends of Creek swelled from 30 to 300 33, $1,200; Ltili De Paula to >bor federation
loss
E .. .4. MI 24200. to guard against required by the nation's areo- Carl and Edith I by the administration's guide.
4. ftfnot: Truib.r with Cabins and c.,. I..nd.r Ap.rtm.n' Clot. to their insurance.The feet wide and 45 homes were un. Woodrlng
port f orr.n I or sell., Nice b..ell and .hoppn. Ownor III. loots.
10'utlon. force.
space Cleveland Ohio[ I|
real.
Woman to do light houtework MI 24551 or 271Z. Ovid '.r", .. Mui'bOws and lICk VA paid nearly 230 million !- derwater Sunday night, Heights, pa r- Walter P. Ileuther president
and cook I maal 1 hour daily 321.t1 R..llo. 4n I'h Av. So. MI A 1960 graduate of Naples dents prepared to dig out. eel In See 35, Twp 52, Rge ,
or I hour I day a ....k. 2 1221. 11I..tt' In dividends for 1964 to School of ')f the United Automobile Work.
the
High airman attended Deputy; Sheriff Paul Doyd 33, $1,000; The South Coast :
Phon. Ml I 2 4104 aftar I tf
p m more than 4.7 million veterans era signaled he will Ignore
45 Trailers For Rent
,
Palm Beach Junior College Clay County said no one was re. Const Co., Inc., to Carl L. j
and servicemen who hold I them In his contract negotla.
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65-Gen. Real Estate participating
15-Sales Help Wanted Trtll..1 I' a week. will TV Insurance Lake Wonh.County ported missing and "apparently and Audra F, Elkost Evanston ,lions beginning In June with the
110 a waak Spacaa $i a ....k everybody did get out." Two
Rock Craak Trailar. Pork. IY APPOINTMi.NTII GI policy holders ar- 111.. parcel In Sec 3, Twp 52, I Dig Three automakers n.r.tl .
MALE OR FEMALE bedroom. 2 bath houe-Ideel may men drowned at Maxvllle, FU.,
4/2itl for family' with children of range. Dixon said, to leave future Agenda while trying to evacuate a flood Rge 32, 1000. i Motors, Ford and Chrysler
MUST BE LICENSED high school age Nice loca
48-Apis.For Rent lion corner 13th Ave N. t Dl annual dividends with the ed home.
REAL ESTATEBE ins AvaBROOKSIDE. VA at Interest as a credit to The agenda for Wednesday's Conner laid most agricultural

YOUR OWN BOSSEXCELLE Sabal Shores ApU. room. I Ill bath homo- .Quiet 3 bad locetion meet monthly premiums should meeting of County Commission ectlons of the state received First Quarter Of 1964

T YEAR ROUND LIVING the policy holder fall to pay Is as followj three to 10 Inches of rain. The
Modern bedroom and affieiancy JACKSON ST. 2 bedroom I Mon.
on. storm moved seaward late
I
PROPOSITION'CALL Apia. furniahad TV beth home Furmthed Idealfor them before the end of the 31- 9:00 a.m."Reading of board
cabla In. Monthly or retired couple minutes
your day period.
MI :-J35'i! :! round 2 day.In there was
MI "51. I< "y Rr and the citrus groves
See Maple South and Mod.lHornet These dividends are subject 9ilS: a.m. -Report of coun-
:7.11 traca Av. SlU' on Duplay, little fruit droppage and the new Outstanding For Profits
FURNISHED Remember. ", to rent buy or to withdrawal by the policyholder ty engineer fruit should put on more weight.

21-Lost & Found EFFICIENCYTWIN Ott.ell contactLucille Leah Brown on request. 10:00: a.m."Report of county Some fields -of vlne.rlpened to. Dy JACK LEFLERAP office equipment metals, pulp

BEDS MEDIUM SIZED Virgil Marcum Bob Jaeger Dixon said apollcyholderwho health and welfare. nutoes near Pompano were and petroleumand
Found tackla box Ownar Business News Writer paper, mining
LIVING ROOM PATIO ON wishes to Join those veterans 10:30 a.m.-Presentation of and the har.
may claim by identifying and THE WATER TV CABLE DEWEY POLLY abandoned potato NEW YORK (AP)-The first electronics
paymi for ad MI 2 234 OVERLOOKS NAPLES BAY who leave their dividends on deposit Marco Island Corp., replat. vest at Hastings was temporar. quarter of 1964 was notable for Only 14 of the companies re.

eSt 1 NO PRIVATE A FISHING.DOCK MI FOR 14117 BOAT REALTYCorner I with VA for this purpose 10:45: a.mjene rll business II y halted.In American business as far as ported losses, compared with 32

412Ut of itt Ave Uo. iTamlaml should write to the VA office and correspondence. south Florida, there wag profits were concerned. In the 1963 first quarter.In .

23-Misc. For Sale EBB TIDE APIS. Ml 24)51 Trill which serves his policycontact 12 noon"Recess for lunch. tome damage to peppers gnap This good news for stockhold. addition to sharp cost con.

MAPS Modern furnished afflcianciaa his local veteran county Ie r- 1:30 p.m."Public hearing on" beans, cabbage, egg planta, cu. ers poured In a steady stream trol, more efficient operations
City County Topo and I b.droom apta ISO a mo 172 Jewel Box Avenue Waterfront vice officer or by writing to discontinuance of Marco Post cumbera, strawberries, leaf from corporations' annual meet. through automation and Im.
XEROX l.i we II. central heat and
Copyno initially Kally Rd 4/2Stf
and but not to
facilities -
CAPLES BLUEPRINTING air, 2 bdrm. 2 belhs. porch Dixon at P.O. Box 1437 St. Office. crops sqiiaeh logs, which were held by the proved are Important
SI I) 5th Ave So Ml 12152 2 badroom furnithad aliciancy garage 11(950 Moving. mutt celery and sweet corn, the Agrl. hundreds In April. factors In the brighter profit
J/lltf apt No pals or children MlI I Petersburg. When writing about 2 p.m.- GeneralbuJlneJiand
.))H Of MI t J9I9 4ltfFurniahad tell culture Department reported. It emphasized that the coun. picture.
.ltu''ul N.v.r Custom u..d wood, low htch.dtC.brn.ta pr.o.sd apt for rani fit parwaak till Mandarin Rd. 2 bdrm Insurance matters make sure correspondence Crops In Central and North try Is enjoying unusually good Another Influence was the
Imrn.dala d.lsvary. Ml I Inquire at 140 Creech 2 bathe central.I heat and air. to Include Insurance numbers, FINAL Approve and pay Florida were not hurt, and aCt times and that the outlook for firming of prices In many lines
2 5054 IIIOtIH. Rd. 4/21.11 porch carport Auume men Dixon bills.
advised tually should benefit. which enabled management to
No cloning cotlt SI.MO 00dn the Immediate future Is excel.
0. Revell train with 4X1 Furniirted I bedroom apart Sags -- -------
-
111.400. Moving mutt tell ------- -- lent offset Increased labor costs
train lay out. IfU AlltteteCruxer .nt. Huge living room ditch
motor acootar Good an and bath Ml 2 it9l IIlS.1f Outntandlng among the re. The tax cut Is yet to have any
condition 711 Ith Avo S. MI loS Ills St No I bdrmi I Influence of but
For rent large IurniKZ7pt. bain fireplace. cerport goodansslsSaOt ports was that of giant General great profits
2 5j0 4/30 3t I bdrm Twin, Oran.
Lakaa IM
ode Blvd 4/21 tf1ABAL |I2,9M Motors Corp., the No 1 auto will make Itself felt In the bal.

24-Mics. For Rent 440 IMh Ave So Aquelene' 2 maker. Its first quarter profits sore of the year.Shawnce ,
IHOMkH APT* bdrm 2 bath central hoot Agf.iu.
COt..ncistavailu his Kelly Rd .. .i'l'0L .1JIIQ were the greatest for a three
ITS tarriffie the way wa ratelling and A..u Ave MI 2 un month of
1/2. II 171 IllS St No.. S bdrm period any corporationin Indians
Blue Luttra *cleaning
2 bathe. large porch ...r hot history.
rugs and upholtlery Root elac end 117.500. 1100 00 dn
air
trio ahampcoar It. Naplea Fur In cases Increases In Win Battle With
many
n>the4 I bdrm apt AdultaMl 11)5 00 mo with lax and In*
mture Co. I/I only. 2255 or 2JIJI. I'H.... No doting eottl profits far outdistanced those In

l/24tf sales, Indicating that co t.cut. .. Game Commission .
.
26-Personal! 1270 ll'h St No 1 bdrmi
Effcinciso. D.y. Wool or 2 bath*. 51.000 00 dn MOVE ting procedures Inaugurated OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Mon'h IRIS MOTEL MI RIGHT' IN No qualifying' .14 when business was suffering (AP)-An Indian custom Is re
223Dl 1107.00 month with tax and In.. .
or MI I 2-61$5. '1"
Man 0' wom.n wt" drinUng : from a profit squeeze have paid sponsible for the Oklahoma
problem Ash for help' by calling OW".. a large furniahed elf.ciancy .. Lot 25 Block I. Royal Harbor. : otto Wildlife Conservation Commls.
tL
Ml J43SI Viaitora cordially Air cond Stonacraft .....
overlooking bey .11. Cost -'
welcomed. Meeting In FiratBaptitt Apt. MI J4155 or MI 1-2112 ".500. Mcrific 1950 i : For example, U.S. Steel Corp lion bending a law
Church. Ann.. on SlIt Modern I bedroom unlurniehed __ reported a 72 per cent gain in Richard Gibson, spokesman
St. at 7th .".. every Tuea and APARTMENT with com Lot 14 17th Ave So Aquo
Frl night at I 10 P M plate kitchen Near beach and lane. waterfront cost 1 7.100: first quarter profits over a year for the Shawnee Indian tribe,
RUBBER STAMPS that make hopping Hi |th Ave So. MI sacrifice 1250VINCE earlier on a sales gain of only explained to commission mem.

a good. tmpreaeion Any.,... 2.3903..:.. ---- 4/25.11 Lot U. ..ny.n IIvd. High lofonirboohing II per cent Continental Can Co.'s hers Monday that It was the cos.
One Newt day. tarvica Collier, County tf I bdrm. fun1d .,,11 N., Oulf. Socrohco It1St50 profit climbed 50 per cent on a torn of tribesmen to hunt 100
be..h sod uhoppin5. WnsbIy.monbIll sales gain of 7 per cent. squirrels during a tribal cere
......
I r y.er .ndJ MId. CONBOY A Wall Street Journal Utile Au
Everyone Reads The NEWS / tabula. mony near south of
.1. SIN Avo ParhwoyP0 tlon of first quarter earnings re. here, when trees leaand the
MI 21715 ports of 548 companies showed first full moon of the season ap.

BARGAIN Owner moved their combined net Income had pears

3 bedroom 2 bath garage near advanced 21.1 per cent over a The problem was that all this
hopping and tchooil. low dawn year earlier to $3.8 bUUon. I I takes place before squirrel hunt.

payment Two of three companies In. Ing season opens May 15. The

youdoirthavfito CHEAP. ACREAGE creased their profits and more commission consented to the
.V..IL..LIt than 50 reported record first 'hunt. .

David C. Jones, Realtor quarter sales and earnlnga.

SCRATCH 351 SlIt Ave So Ml 2)152THAM Of 33 classifications of Indus
I" IIpoIf tries, only two'.-tobacco and ap.
parel-failed to equal their 1983
\\\'WL for it when ; M Al. OH first quarter results

Tobacco company profits
were
KOAlOAS TWRIST8 WILL$
gouuseWTADS 1 KtTURN FOR IWOTHEItIIlTI hurt by the reaction to the U.S., ?
surgeon general's report that

\y1 the __.___ I cigarette smoking causes lung E4f1r1s

TilE EDITORIAL STAFF of "The Naples Jaycee." the club publication of made cancer a comeback but cigarette and sales the profII have.,I ?

: thi, Naplos-on-thi'-&ulf Junior Chamber of Commerce, watches the latest outlook Is promising CALL NOW FOR f ST..,

ilition of the paper loll off the press at the Collier County Newi. From The airline and steel groups,' EXPERT sutvicxi

I lift the are : Don Be 1'1')'. co-editor ; Jack Karnshaw, circulation manager; which made relatively poor

and John Vaughn, editor. Harry Nell diiector of publications was not showings In the first three NORISKCHEMICALCO

present for the photo. The local Jaycecs uon second place honors with months of IMS, rang up the best ,

th" publication at last year's state contention nnd are fthnotin for top gains Good gains also were posted MI 2-414S

-.-...,.-anKIIU- honors at the 193J convention to be held Mar l-Vlfi: at ('u1I1I i llciuh by motors, chemicals, building MI 2-5249

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t COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tut.day, May 8, 1964 during Welsh's administration ballot and some of his backers, c
Worst U.S.
was also expected to play a partIn convinced he Is the only Demo.
boosting Wallace's total.In crat who can win In November
Ohio Rep, Robert Taft Jr. hoped to propel him back Into
Voters Of Six States -ton of the late Sen. Robert A. the race by surprising Young. t
Taft-was favored over con. Chief Interest In other states Air CrashIn
servatlve Secretary of State Ted centered on a Democratic gu. p'2'
W. Brown for the Republican bernatorlal fight In Florida a
Holding Primaries Today senatorial nomination. Taft's sharp battle for Senate noml. tc f
House vote for the civil rights nations In Oklahoma and the fo / S. Viet
I measure was strongly opposedby Issue of unpledged presidential .

WASHINGTON (Afj-A foray 1 Johnson-..ought to blunt the lm.t Brown.On electors In Alabama.No TAN H1EP Viet Nam (AP- ,
,
Into Indiana by segregationist: pact of Wallace, who polled 33 the Democratic side, Sen. contests of national significance .rTiT A VS. Army Caribou transport
'
Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace ., per cent of Democratic primaryi Stephen M. Young 71, faced an were on the ballot In Yj I i '' caught fire and dashed all the
and the presence on i votes in his first Northern bidat uncertain challenge from sup. either New Mexico or the District ..1 15 mill aboard It to death Inflames
ballot of the famous names T t In Wisconsin last month. porters of astronaut John H. of Columbia. today few second att-
a
and Glenn headlined prlmarj i Wallace based his appeal on Glenn Jr. Glenn the first American The Wel.h.Wallare tattle In taking off for Saigon It
elections today in six states andthe I states rights and opposition to to orbit the earth withdrewlast Indiana-three minor can m'>.s er miles northeast of Tan Hlep.
District of Columbia. the Johnson administration's month because of a head were also entered over **d- r w Authorities here said nine
In Indiana, Gov. Matthew E,, civil rights bill. But home.state injury. owed a GOP primary n.-e be. 1 re. Americans and six Vietnamese
Welsh--s stand.tn for President t: opposition to a sales tax enacted But his name remained on the tween Arizona, former Sen. Minnesota B t, r r yGoldwater F servicemen were victims of the

00, Stassen crash the worst American mil.
Harold E. and two
minor candidates Ouldwater dory air disaster in Viet Nam.

leading the GOP delegate race k 1r In Saigon a U.S. military
with 209 of the 63! needed for r- ik spokesman said the plane may
have been carrying 10 Americans
the presidential nomination, was
rated a cinch to pick up Indl. and five Vietnamese. But,
\ ana's 32 national convention he said, the Tan Hlep figures
,ot... could be correct.
_... '' "f> _' ,_ _
IJ .. !.:
and
Democratic Republican American
helicopters are
b"t'l\\ leaders forecast recordhalf.mil FOUR BROTHERS who had not been together for 40 years were reunitedin rived Two at the scene two minutes

\\\\ lion voter turnouts for each prl. Naples last week. From left are Frank, Bert Herman and George Van Per the crash. Other I 'tr6m
mary. Welsh supporters pre. Wyck. Oldest of the four is George who moved to Naples last year after Ian Hlep followed quickly. It
pared to challenge known Republicans <' retiring from business at Babylon N. Y, Bert is cashier at resort hotels in was too late to help those aboard
who tried to vote In Florida and New York. Herman is treasurer of two Netherlands steam the plane.

cod the Indiana Democratic primary. Under ship lines and has his office in New York City Frank only one of the Eight bodies were thrown

required law to, primary pledge support voters are to four who still lives in the brother's native Holland manages a hotel there. from the blazing wreckage Into

the party In the general elee.tlon. He is completing an extensive business trip this week and will return to the rock-hard rice field beside
The hell
Vietnamese village.
Holland shortly (NEWS photo) copter a crews sprayed the bodies
Wallace wound up his cam.
with fire extinguishers and
which he faced JeerIng .
paign In
dragged them to the edged the

also pickets drew applause and hecklers, with an but appeal field.
Monday to the Indianapolis 19 Years Old And Loved Life; The other bodies were pulled
Service Club. He repeated his from the charred wreckage. One
OF belief that "U I get any slgnlfl. of the pilots had to be cut from
w Us cant vote we're going to knock his seat.
FpR Nevus the eye teeth out of the liberalsIn Witnesses at Tan Hiep said
coun l both parties." But Gitmo Blast Ended It AllBy the twin-engine Caribou's left
In conference Welsh
Coll1et ED a news engine was smoking as It took
j1 Ft2tt accused Wallace of "benlne for off and the smoke thickened u

SS a crossover vote (from Repub. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS All five seamen were on lib. Forrest Pyle 60, the youth's the plane rose. The control toW.
cans)" and said the Alabaman One of the five American sail. city from the Boxer an amphlb- father who has a 117.acre tobacco er told the pilot the engine was
solicits support even from the ors killed last Saturday In amine lows assault vessel. farm, said "He called us on fire.
.
John Birch Society. Welsh de.dined field explosion on the V$. Steven who would have been last Monday night and told us "He seemed to get control of
relUlti.to predict the primary naval base at Guantanamo Bay 20 years old In August had he was leaving (for Guantana. the fire for a moment" a witness .
Cuba, was 19 years old that been in the Navy since Septem. mo)the next day. ..ald.If and appeared to
In
Indiana four two
years ago ber last year. He was a native "He wanted to talk to me butI have feathered his engines
ttle-known candidates also day.He was Richard Garrett of of Providence R4., but had was plowing and didn't get to probably with his carbon dioxide
entered today drew some 20 Oceanside, N.Y., who enlistedIn lived with his parents, three talk to him. I told my wife containers. The plane seemedto
per cent of the vote against the the Navy soon after he brothers and one sister In Cranston when he called that I didn't feel wheel around got up to about
.
late John
F. Kennedy.The turned 17. RoL. for 10 years. like he would ever como back." 100 feet and then plunged down
civil Issue
rights also. And Mrs. Charles C. Knight Another victim Arthur H. Fyle had been in the Navy 27 over the treellne two miles
hung over the Taft-Brown con.I.st whose son, Steven was another Orr, 21, Is survived by his wld. months. Mrs. Pyle said he was away with the engine blazing t
In Ohio. Some Ohio polltl. victim of the fatal blast said ow, Wanda also 21, and their engaged to Linda Willis of again."
clans reportedly felt white rot.rs sadly: "He was a normal boy 2.year.old son, Reggie. Both live Morehead City N.C.
VCHECK would give a strong protest who Just liked W Uye" In Greenville, S.C. with Mrs. Young Pyle also leaves three Another American at the field t
vote' to Brown a veteran stateifflceholder Orr's parents. sisters and a brother.Garrett's commented: "When you're at
THESE whose backers in. Orr, whose parents live In family-his mother that height and trouble happens
dude many supporters of Gold- Hendersonvllle N.C., would stepfather and four young half there Is nothing much you can
water for Post OfficeAt
president.Sen. have completed his four.year sisters-knew he was heading do."
LOW Young who celebrated enlistment In late July. He had, for Guantanamo Bay. Until they Viet Cong snipers have shot at
NEW his alned 75th confident birthday he Monday would, re-be Marco Will been home on leave a week ago. got word of his death they had planes landing and taking off at
enomlnated. If he Henry J. Fazdan Jr., 19, also I not known he had arrived there. Tan Hlep but American officersat
scores an up. lived In Trenton, N.J. The Navy said the sailors
killed
the field said there was no
RATES slowly.et. Glenn from the who Injury Is recovering suffereda Remain As Is Young Fazdan decided to Join,' wandered Into the mine field apparently reason to believe Communist
the Navy when he was not yet: while headed In dark. bullets had hit the Caribou.
> a bathroom fall, would have Rep. Lorenzo Walker yesterday 18, and his parents had to con.. ness for a svrlra. The five shipmates .
I Effective April 1, 1964 mill Aug. 14 to withdraw. announced that he has been "strayed Into the well .> "Apparently It was a mechan.leal .
. < LOCAL Ohio Republicans also vote on advised by Congressman Paul sent.Before his ship! sailed for marked area," the Navy said. failure," one officer said.
: RATES . an i unopposed 58-member con.
entlon delegation. Pledged on G, Rogers that the Marco Post Guantanamo Bay Henry told
I 2 the first ballot to the party's Office: will remain a third class ms parents in a telephone con.

I : e r r l line InicritoniP favorite son, Gov, .JanesA. office,,,as it, has ,been, In the. venation he looked forward to
\ being
discharged early next
I er 4Cen.e.utiv.4; Rhodes it was heavily weightwith past, with an acting! postmas 'year.A III' I
::: Goldwater supporters.
per hne 184 ter.Walker fourth victim David N.
5 Cens.cutiveInurtlens. said he talked on It lived
Pyle, with his parentsIn
.. Per II.. l64' : Army EngineersTo the telephone ,with Rogers In Crofton Ky. 1Ii
20 ,.. :, All Washington, Just after theCongressman's -
: ,Ins.rtlens, PI' II"' 124.e. Inyentory return from iW

. Heavy EquipmentArmy the Post Office Department and w
. . was assured the Marco office Public HearingOn V

Engineers In Jacksonville will be continued in its past W(

\ today announced plans to status.A Sugar Cane
\ make a detailed inventory ill recent announcement that uulf

heavy construction equipment in Ralph Elklns had been appointed IUI

the State of Florida which mightbe acting postmaster to suc- Set For May 15 \art\ AT \\\11\
needed In the event of natural ceed his mother was termed
disasters or a nuclear "premature" by postal auth- The U.S. Department of Agriculture ,

4r attack. orities. It was then announ- today announced a public '
As a part of the Corps of ced that Elklns would remain bearing on fair price for uLAST
Engineers' Civil Defense readiness as operations clerk and an Invitation 1964 Florida sugarcane crop u',

program. District Engineer to bid Marco u a con- and whether wage determination Wi\ I \IIW
Col. H.R. Parfltt said today tract station was posted in the applicable to fleldworkers 8oot
letters will be mailed with- office by postal authorities. which became effective Novem- 1Vrtir
in the next few days to all private Marco residents circulated a ber 13. 1963 should be con-
contractors city county petition opposing the change. tinued or amended. lit er with 'it''I

state, and federal agencies and Walker said he win hold a The hearing will be held on I1Sect control '"
equipment rental firms and distributors public meeting at the Tommie May 15, in the auditorium of
urging them to furnishthe Barfield School in Marco on Palm Beach County Sub-Court wl I ur

number type and locatlorof I Wednesday May 6, at 7:30p.m. house Belle Glade, beginning uUIV
all heavy constructlonequlpment. to discuss the Marco Post Office at 10 a.m. _
Information on military situation. To qualify for payments under \\ Vquu I
Act of 1948 as amended .
bases' construction equipment Sugar WV '
will be obtained by the Navy producers must pay an
Bureau of Yards and Docks, Delay Trespass persons employed producing, W

Case AgainstMrs. cultivating othervestingsugar- rat /
In a letter going out within, cane wage rates not less than
;tae next few days to the contractors Peabody those determined fair and reasonable ititv A lawn fertilizer
and agencies Colonel by Secretary of Agri-
Parfltt will urge those contractors .. ST. AUGUSTINE Fla. (AP- culture after public hearings
who will have equipment t Trespass cases against Mrs. and Investigation. made especially for '"

\ on jobs way from normal storage Malcolm Peabody 72year.old. Producers who process sugarcane lVI \V
mother of the governor of Mas.sachusetts
areas for six months 01 grown by others must use in summer
and 284 other per ,
more to specify the locations.1 sons arrested during radaldem. pay prices for It also determined w
Subsequent Civil Defense 1 fair and reasonable by the
onstratlons
here have been post. w
II- checks will be made by Army' poned. Secretary of Agriculture.To (controls insects too) :
Engineers to keep the equipment .. The defendants were scheduled obtain best possible In
inventory up to date,. to appear In St. Johns formation USDA requests that llfw
Equipment dealers are be iruI; County Court today. Chief Judge an Interested persons appear llfIf New BOOST is research-designed specifiVIl

Gp l\\ 4e"r asked to show normal stock( I Elbert Turtle of the U.s. 5th at the hearing to present views j cally for Florida grasses and Florida ,IfCORBIN
uP + a (
tiro te and types of each kind of equip. Circuit Court of Appeals ordered and pertinent data. The notice IfV summers Its protein-building power
prosecution postponed until that
ment. specifically: interested ( '4Jl
requests
E v court hears an appeal. strengthens grass roots and adds sparkle
1 t etorql oo Army Engineers who deslgi j The defendants appealed the parties to present testimony and to any lawn. And it will not burn. VV"
recommendations regarding ((1))
Or 1 and supervise construction for, refusal of VS. Dlst. Judge Bry. ww
an Simpson of Jacksonville to methods of determining deductions V
major civil works projects and I I take Jurisdiction In the ease.The for trash delivered with One easy application also wipes out army-
construction at bases \\VI
military !I
circuit court will hear the appealat and ((2)) changes
car in Florida said that in sugarcane; any vnll worms cutworms and webworms. The
an
emergency
ce1r
New Orleans
Wednesday. in the calculation of season'saverage \
I immediate contact price forsugarsndnetisles lltf\ sooner you try new BOOST the sooner you VIf r

with equipment owners would Cuban Fisherman price of molasses usedas \ start enjoying the remarkable benefits of \\IJt
have to be made. "Through tfV
basis of settlements with summer fertilizing.
periodic checks with equlpmen' 1 Finds Arms Cache producers for sugarcane.Methodists tfw I
tfw 'IIfW
owners we hope to keep abreast

of all heavy construction equipment Meant For RebelsMIAMI WantIndividuality
available in BOOST for 2500 ft 5.95
the state; (AP) Havana Radio \ sq I
the District Engineer said. said today a cache of arms was In
r found by a Cuban fisherman at w W
The Information furnished
2-21 bj Las Uvas Key off the north
0'? equipment owners win be convened coast of Cuba's Plnar del Rio Any New Merger

nationwide to punch 1 Province.The PITTSBURGH (AP) The
Ask cards so that a quick refer- broadcast quoted Cuban Methodist Church reaffirmed today LINDABURYGARDEN
For ence will be available if a I 1 government communique that Its desire to retain the
treedf
arises for specialized the "arms and explosiveswere characteristics of Methodism In
C L'A equipment made In the United States any merger with other J>rotes,
S'F'EDTMENT' Some) 850 known equipment -, and brought to Cuba through the tant denominations.The CENTER
DEPA owners will be contactedby usual methods of Infiltration dl. reaffirmation came In a
reeled by North American esplottage > report to the church's general
the Army Englnee s. Persons -
,, .."
.
..nct. conference by its Commission 411 Teeth 8t BovtliBki ftee MI 3-MM
firms MIC do
or not receive
The radio said the cache con. Church lJ'fln. 4 U. CafeterkPW
Ca > ,lighUf O,.. TM ..IIt.
the S.B.
equipment ia.
Inventory slated of 15 military rifles 12 rue report dealt prl. .
et Free Parting
sheets are asked to notify the pistols 70 mines a quantity of warty with a proposed mercer ty M.edey tan 8aIerley
krmy Engineers Civil Defense ammunition and 1Svilla. with the Evangelical United
small arms ,
Support Branch InJaclctar 000 pesos. Bretheren Church.: VII/ Wl\(U \)\j/w\\WiScottSW\ i lW/ W W\ VIII, I







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