The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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JERUSALEM (AP) Israel b 1 itr'

1 hat started testing its Jordan

River diversion project to channel .

Irrigation water Into thee arseMlfgy 26th Runoff
Negev Desert. May

Officials said If several weeksof i

tests are satisfactory the "A iY If i $;1t
project will go Into operationthis s
summer. f I$ It I, 11( Three county offices will be sided races for the three offices. Only one content on theounty Immokalee justice of the peace
Leaders of the 13 Arab states at stake in' the May 26 runoff Whltaker polled 1l91votes! Mrs. level was close enough to be un. 0. W. Hancock was reelected,

have warned they will oppose primary election, as a resultof Barrett 1,274, and Mrs. Lillian decided before the County Com. obtaining a clear majority over
the project under "the legltl. balloting yesterday In the first Miller 778 In the School Board mission counted the 94 absentee two challengers. Hancock trailed

mate right of self-defense. primary. District 2 contest. ballots this morning William G. Nash Lloyd by 38 votes In the

They are making plans to divert More than (5 per cent of Col. Sentell received 1,682 votes, Crowley getting heavy supportIn big Precinct 11, but the judge ran
headwaters of the Jordan. Her County'sellglblevotersturn. penning 1,139, and Leo Chlcker. Immokalee, held a 43.vote very strong in the paper.ballot
ed out yesterday and voted for the InC 770 for Commission from DIs.trl edge over Walter Condon for the Precinct 18, which did not report

candidates of their choice. A late <'t 3. In the five.way District county prosecuting attorney'spost. Its vote until long after midnight.

M6NTREAL (AP) Hal C. surge of voters caused long linesto 5 commissioner's race, Moore The vote was 1,6991ol,65d. Judge Hancock's total was S85,
Banks, deposed kingpin of the form _' many precincts,and all led the field with 1,293. Doub had Most of the absentee ballots were with Lloyd getting 460 votes and

Canadian waterfronts, has ap. R those in line by 7 p.m. were 1,197 votes, Fred Edenfleld 733, cast by voters the Naples area, Uel Myera 35.
pealed a five-year prison sen. allowed to vot.. C.L. Carpenter 337, and R.E. where Condon ran strongest. Ronald Rimes of Naples and

tence for conspiracy In the beat. County freeholders approved Black 2'18.Inrumbent. Biggest vote-getterlnthocoun. Earl Taylor of Immokalee were
Ing of a rival union official. the $530,000 beach park bond Issue A.C. Hancock oe. ty yesterday was Sheriff E. A. elected constables for the J.P.

The Quebec Court of Appeals by a 3-1 margin The vital feated Cecil Drake, 2,328 to 1 1.. Doug Hendry Receiving heavy court. Rimes defeated SJ. We.

received the appeal Tuesday but 50 per cent plus one turnout re. 187 in the race for the District support In all 16 precincts, Hen. bine, 1,1! 5.4. In District 3,

declined to fix ball until It stud. A STUDENT COUNCIL election was held yesterday by the eighth grade qutrement was met, as 64 per 1 commission seat Henry B. dry polled 3,537 votes compared which covers the seven Naples
led cent of the property owners vol. Watkins to 499 to E.P. Frltrhey of Immo.
the trial transcript.Banks Jr. bested C.J. Copley area precincts Taylor polled
students at the Junior High School seating two girls and four boys to
former president of ed on the question. The vote was 2,074 to 1,491 for the SchoolBoard kalee, who did not campaign art. 847 votes and Kenath M. Feth.
the Seafarer's International Un. represent the ninth grade at the Senior High School next school year. 2,645 for and 768 against not In. District 4 post. ively.Today's er 305 In the two Immokalee

ion of Canada, was convicted In Elected were (seated ) Christy Willis, ((1)I) and Peggy Kline and standing eluding: absentee ballots. precincts

connection with the beating In flour left, Ronnie Ritchie Blaine Faber Steve Steele, and Carter Bryan. The May 26 runoffs will In.

1957 of Capt. Henry Francis (NEWS photo) volve Democratic School Board SessionCouncil STATE CONTEST
Walsh an organlter for the Canadian candidates Les Whitaker and Collier County voters gave big
Merchant Service Guild. Emolee S. Barrett In District 3; votes of confidence to U.s. Sen.
n' ) County Commission candidates ator Spessard Holland and public .
Calls Indiana William H. Hennlng and B.M. ApprovesNew utilities commissioner Ed

ADELAIDE Australia AP-) r : Sentell In District 3; and Com. Mason, who easily defeated their
An American sailor was found mission candidates Ewell Moore Democratic opponents Local vo.

shot to death today aboard the and Incumbent Pete Doub In DIs. cry gave a less positive vote to

VS. destroyer Crldley docked Vote Win For trlct 5.Runoffs. Street Names State Attorney Frank Schaub.anda
here on a goodwill visit. were necessitatedwhen BSS.vote margin In favor of

The Grtdley's public Information no one candidate obtained Attorney General James KynesIn

officer said the sailor died a majority vote In the many. City Council this morning chan. Al a special meeting next this county helped Kynea In

of a self-inflicted wound. An In. States Rights god the names of some streets Wednesday, Council will lake the very close statewide con.

vestlgatlon was under way to and gut Into legal quandaries over bids on $700,000 worth of street te.!.
determine whether the death Four Young Boys financing of a proposed street and drainage Improvements Governor candidate Fred Dick.
accidental suicide. INDIANAPOLIS Ind. (AP- In son was first choice of
was or county
and beach
paving job a planned most of
Gov. which will lake place In
Alabama George C. Wallace, the Put On Probation eroMon control program. the area bounded: by ifth Ave. voters, but It was not so In other

TOKYO (AP>-The American ploned states'Invader rights who, claimed cham.atvtotcSylor l % h yt For School Break The meeting adjourned at nue South on the north and 15th parts Florida's of the first state choice, llaydon was Burns sec.,
12:13!I. and a more detailed re* Avenue South ;
+ the
... on south. The
Table chip iMifUna has ? his cause. day.,but i
Four boys ranging from nine pert ofwhat went on will be ond |n the county. Robert King
fumed Democratic ; remainder nf the lMOOOObond
laying the last link of theU.S.Japan Gov. Matthew E.
circuit aft. Welsh held to 15 years old were put on :printed tomorrow. Issue program will be taken High, who apparently will meet
telephone the field for Presl. : up
Juvenile Judge Names of t treet.chanC'dwere IA Burns In the May 28 runoff,
probation by the
summer of 1005
dent Johnson so as
and In Indiana's
er fishing repairing a
up ran fifth out of sixth candidates
Richard M. Stanley Monday af. Wedge Way to Wedge Drive III.blscun .
deep-sea cable which broke dentlal primary. .LL ( not to conflict with the 1004.
v locally.
ter the four admitted Road to Murex
Monday. Wallace, who made his cam. breaking Drive 85 winter tourist season, City
Japanese officials said they palgn a crusade against John..on' Into a school cafeteria and help. a part of Murex Drive to Murex Manager Vlnce Wood said Republicans In Collier County
their to
Ing themselves to some Ice Lane Dimlta Lone to Bunlta gave support governor
civil ,
received word the ship found rights bill, piled upa
candidate of
l cream. Lane to Council voted to amend the H.B. Fort
Court Dolphin
the broken cable 68 miles east big protest vote In Tuesday'sballoting Dolphin
but his Under terms of the probation Court, Mullet Lane to Mullet Bumby and Stlmpson Sanitary Myers Beach although Charles
of Japan and lowered an anchor showing fell
Sewer District No. 3 contract Holley was a strong .condher.
short of the boys will observe a curfew have Court, and Anchor Way to Half
like device to retrieve It from upset race he ran
In Wisconsin no unexcused absences from Moon Walk. On other propound to Include a $'ZOOO, Installationof With some figures unavailable
a depth of 4,000 feet. vorlte-son stand.ln against another fa. school and will hand In to the changes Council decided to a storm drainage outfall pipe early this morning, it appearedthat
accident Is not for Johnson.In .
The expectedto to Gordon River at Second Ave. at least 4,850 county voters
a Juvenile officer reports from leave the names as they are now.Ai .
delay the opening of the Pa.pan.Hawall race all but
circuit scheduledfor eclipsed by the steaming Demo. _, each of the youths' school teach.era. the June 3 mooting the pub. nue North. Inclusion of this job showed up at the polls yesterday.
cratlc contest w.a- 'r..1.- lie rearing will continue on the In the contract la In keeping with There were 7,503 registered.
June 19. Arizona Sen. STUDENT-OF-THE-MONTH Two 18 South Broad Court.North Broad "good construction practices," Coupled with the 94 absenteeballots
Barry Goldwater grabbed Indl. for April at the Na brothers and 13, came
ana's 32 votes at the R.nnhti. pIes Senior High School is Miss Claudia Combs, within a hair's-breadth of be. Court proponed changes. It Is Mayor Archie Turner explained. the county total fell just

NEW YORK (AP) Mayor can National Conv-e l n-r---: the first girl to win the honor. Scholastic rank Ing committed to Okeechobee possible that the name "Broad'1will A sanitary laid sewer force main Is short of the two-thirds mark.

Robert F. Wagner said today he But former Minnesota Gov. club and class activities and service to the schoolare School for Boys. Commitment be eliminated from that part being within the same nar.
row easement the storm drain.
was not seeking the Democratic Harold E. Stassen, his only se. ordered last fall, was withheld of the city Thore presently Is aa Marco Island
areas in which Miss Combs is rated outstand a Broad Avenue. South In the south age pipe necessitating only two
vice-presidential nomination, but rlous rival, made an unexpected at that time on condition the boys
he would not turn down an offer dent In his m r-n.| ing. She was voted the honor by a committee of straighten up. They were brought part of town. cuts through rallroail, tracks In. Firm To InstallUnderwater
With Student Council members and a faculty committee. In to stead of four If the storm drain
for the position. 4,240 of 4,416 precincts court Monday and admit.
The mayor talked with news counted, Welsh had captured (NEWS photo) ted forging and altering some WHAT'S THE LAW? pipe was laid later. The bond Main

men on his arrival from Los An. 355,632 votes to 165,437 for Wal. school reports, and not handing Legal opinion will be soughton Issue Installation.will pay for drain pipe Application has been made to

gel**, where he attended the an. lace.That In enough reports. the possibility of property the, Department of the Army by
nual convention of the Building gave the Alabama gov. The judge sent them back Into owner participation Mroet Improvements the Marco Island
Service Employes InternationalUnion. ernor 29.6 per cent of the Demo. the cell block at the county jail under the general obligation u GUEST HOUSES L. Corporation
CoO L.
cratlc turnout and 17.6 per cent Payroll 55.3 Per Cent for a while. Later the boys bond Issue. Some Council Council will hold a public hear. P.O. Box 301 Hampton, Naples, Engineer for

Wagner 53, now is In his 11th of the total vote. were brought back and the judge members ralsud the quaMlon Ing June 17 on the proposed ell permit to Install a 6-inch sub a
of the fairness of double laxa.lion. mlnatlon/ of future constructionof
year and third term as mayor. Three minor candidates split gave them one last chance. The
marine water main burled In
votes.STASSEN boys' grades In school have 1m. so-called "guest hou...." The a
27,309 Of Local Hospital Costs proved, It was noted.A Under discussion was S... concept of "..nant'. quarters" trench, In and across Big Marco
at Marco Collier
TOKYO (AP-The pro.Com. RUNS STRONGLY 16.year.old boy placed on cond Street from Fifth Avenue also will come up then. Coun. River ,
The would be bur
County pipe
munlst Pathet Lao rejected probation recently, said he will South to Central Avenue which ell hopes to tighten up restrlc.
"any reorganization or expan. Goldwater polled ZZ'I.10hote. Along with everything else pltal has declined. Thirty try to buckle down and do his is to tx a major through street tlons to protect the character led In and across the waterwayat
In yean
3,701/ precincts, Stassen had a depth of not less than 4.0
of .
under bond
the Issue
don of the Laotian coalition school program. alngle.famlly residential ion.Ing.
rOVe 91,119. That gave him 26.9 except a trip on New York's ago he could look forward t work. He was cited as feet below the bottom.
per onot
Parts of the street
ernment said the New China News cent of the Republican turnout. Staten Island ferry, hospital hospitalization of about 14 days. "Work making an effort In school other parts have not are Uten built, Application plans of this work

Agency today. Goldwater had 67.1 per cent. operating costs all over the Now, at the Naples Community the most at your hard. through put At a conference next Wednes. may be seen at the office of the
The Red Chinese broadcast
country have risen markedly Hospital the usual length of his est subjects, and they will be. PoHtponud to the next regular day at 9 a.m., Council will dls. District Engineer Corps of En.
apparently was Pathet Lao Frank Beckwith, a Negro at. come easier" the judge told him.A .
In the decade. Is cuss possible purchase of land glneers 575 Riverside Avenue
Prince Souphanouvong's answer from past stay days, against a national meeting May 20 was the beach ,
torney Indianapolis 16-year.old.
cap. Although hospital employeesas of 7.6 The charged with erosion control issue near the fishing pier. Also to Jark onvtlleand at the office of
to proposals presented him by tured 14,698 COP votes. JosephG. average days setting woods tires In the eas. An at.
neutralist Premier Souvanna Ettl of South Bend had 5,848.Exc.pt a group are certainly not decline Is attributed to bet. tern part of the county was plac. torney general's ruling will besought be memo discussed lo the then and are appoint the Engineers Area Clewlston.Engineer Corps of
Phouma at a meeting Tuesdayof overpaid necessary IncreasesIn ter drugs and medicines and ed on probation. condl. on the request by parti Zoning Planning
for the total Burning Board. The It Is not proposed to hold
upset special meeting to
the two Laotian leaders. salaries to meet living ex* Improved techniques of treat dons were "extremely danger.ois" clpntlng property owners to re.
Wallace polled In Wisconsin claim beach land lout receive street and drainage bids public hearingonlhlsapplicallo.
Prince Souvanna flew to the by erosion
Pathet Lao April 7, In his first Northern penses are largely responsible relent at the time, Forest Service back to their, original westward will follow at 10 a.m. Anyone desiring to submit a pro.
headquarters at foray against the civil rights for the boost In ope rating costs Another reason for upped personnel said.Holland property lines.f text based on the proposition that
Khanh Khay 110 miles north of measure, his Indiana showing New equipment developed In recent hospital costs Is the price of Four beach access routes will the proposed work would unrea.

Vientiane, In another effort to would have been a major sur. years and new services equipment For Instance a cobalt be Improved and marked, as re. aonably Interfere with public navigation .

get coalition Eouphanouvong to rejoin the prise. have also contributed to the..It.Ultlon. 60 bomb for radiation Wins Easib Over Odham commended by the Parks Board. or would unfavorably af.
government which the This
board along with Wood
1962 Geneva conference administrators explain. therapy can run between $29 feet the navigable capacity of the
on Laos Running against Wisconsin and other consultants will workon
At the Naples 000 and 90000. An electro said waterway should submit such
Gov. John W.
Reynolds, Wal. a clty.wlde street tree plant.
lace Hospital according to figures cardiograph costs $900 and protest In writing sufficient de.
captured per cent of Ing plan.
tall to admit of
the Democratic Just made public the and Burns Tops Race High a clear under.
vote up
BONN Germany (AP)-West and 24.4 payroll operating room lights ; standing of the reason therefor.
Germany formally asked the per cent of the total turnout. expense runs 55.3 per cent of a minimum of $500. A centrifuge "THANK YOU" Protests or comments rerard-

United Arab Republic today to Welsh blamed Republicanswho the operating budget. This is a piece of equipment re* Mr*. Laura James, recently ing the application under consld.

extradite fugitive Nazi Hans switched ballots for the well below the national( figure cently purchased by the Naples retired receptionist for the City e rat Ion should be submitted to the

Walter Zech Nenntwlch. But Wallace showing. of 67 per cent In 1962 the Community Hospital costs Kelly In Photo Finish was given a certificate of ap.. District Engineer Corps of En.

West German officials said they most recent year for which at least $700.HOSPITAL. preclatlon. So was Collier Development glneers, P. O Box4970,Jackson,
doubted the request would be complete statistics are available Corp., donor of three vile 1, Florida, In time to be
granted.The Cig Tax Take from the MIAMI (AP)-Two mayors who had the mont money and the acres of land on the eastern shoreof received on or before May 2'1.
American Hospital WEEK calm Haydcin Burns uf Jackson the Bay for
Bonn Foreign Ministrysaid COMING : moAt elaborate organization of a public park. 1964.
Association. rule and jittery Robert King all
the extradition request for Zech-Kenn. Hits $15,736Cigarette The average cost of patient Nearly 1.500.000 persons are High of Miami regroupedtheir Dtcklnvm failed and then Kel. Council authorized Wood to put
twlch's was made
by the ambassador in Cairo. care at the local hospital during patients in the nation's hospitals forces today for a runoff ly rune on to challenge High $2,000 worth of radio equipmentIn Has Ice Cubes

The former SB lieutenant con. tax collections for the first half of the current on any given day according to battle for the Democratic (lie for the runner-up, spot As the water department and public

Tided of taking part in a war. the month of March for Naples fiscal year was $34.67 per day. figures released connectionwith material nomination In Florl.da. later votes rolled In, all from works Wood called vehicles a "seriouscommun., to alleviate what That Sizzle When

time massacre of Polish Jews, and Everglade totaled 115.736. Nationally the average was National Hospital Week the smaller counties, Kelly hit (Icatlon problem" In Popped In Water
escaped April 23 from the 17. according to an announce $36.83 In 1962. or double the which win be obse rved the week Burns scored strongly In ev. steadily away at High's margin. situations. emergency

Brunswick prison four days meat by Richard B. Keating $18.35 per diem cost for eachpatient of May 10 In connection with ery county large and small to Ha whittled the difference to COXSACKIB, N.Y. (APThe)
after be was sentenced to four director of the State ten years ago. Florence Nightingale's birth finish on top In Tuesday's first 20,000, then to 10,000 and laterto Vandalism at Lake Park School Ire cube at Marie Barua' houseare

years In prison. A jail warden, Department Beverage The Naples cost of $34.67nail day. In 1962 hospitals employ but primary by nearly lOO.OOOvotes, about 6,000 with some pre. has been eliminated "100 percent cloudy white, and when you
once his crony In the Nazi labor ed 1,762,957 making High faced s Ue challengeby clods Mill unreported In North. ," Mrs. Eatelle Llltl..chool pop them Into a glass of water
Naples wlfl to about $1.43 an hour persons
receive $14, Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland. west lurid., considered Kel.
baa admitted be thy sizzle.The .
organization this field principal to Wood
of the reported
one ,
K4.81 and "Recall what would country's
Everglade $771. 6. you pays High a newcomer to It.elItatn'ldt ly stronghold.
let Zech-Nenntwidi: slip out.HNENw since the fence around the school reason, confirmed by laboratory .
largest areas of
Total collections for the plumber or an electrician and employment. political scene,was the But High held an ace card tests, Is that the
was put
morah In the state, accord. then think of the service you Many large hospitals have up big surprise la a six-man con. the thousands of aboetilee txil. extended the up last year Council In her backyard well is natural water

Ing to Keating, came to $4.826 get at the hospital on a round to 200 Job classifications. test that drew the heaviest vote l'As. mot of them In the heav. fence permit one.year tor another temporary year 1 ly carbonated Tiny bubble la
YOURORJYEr3 73 7.81 of which $3.348.131.65 the clock basis remarked a It Is estimated that more Florida history more than ler populated areas. They mut providing the fire department the water cause the unusual ef.
LIUNSF will be distributed to qualified hospital official recently.To than three fourths of the population million ballots. be tallied In the precincts by I* given a key to the gate for feet.

WRING YOUR municipalities, the remainder offset the Increased dally of the United States Is After the ballots of the bigger Friday aid the Male anvas.lng easier access in case of fire Mrs. Barua finds the water de.
Cities board until
had i I.s next Tuesday to
BHtT MONTH '. going to the State Genera Re. cost. In pan at least the length now covered by some form ofvoluntary held a JO.OOO been vote counted.war Fred High O. release mom. II I and I1clousnd I neighbors.\ so She do her friends
venue Fund. of a patient's, stay In the bos health insurance gives them
Dickinson an early favorite (Continued on page 2) COUNTY VOTE seepage 2 i all they want, free

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I 2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, Mar I. W4 California Tax

Burns Topse. Absentee Vote Key To Collector Gets ,

Taft WinsNomination
(Continued from page 1) Woman's Panties

Campaigning on a shoestring SACRAMENTO Calif. (AP-
while the others were spending a Kynes-Faircloth A Southern Cafifernla[ schoolteacher
record $2.2 million, High was so did more than protestto
lightly regarded by his foes that tax official
state Income
The five member of the
MIAMI (AP) Incumbent other
they virtually Ignored him while the shirt
that taking
they were
lv James Florida Cabinet had opposl.
Kynes and Earl Fair. no
concentrating their fire on each off her back. She sent along her
other. ; cloth went shouldertoshoulderto tlon her in the primaries or in
In OhioCOLUMBUS Duval County (Jacksonville) the wire today in a thrilling the November general election panties. officials
The lady
thus assured of
race for the attorney general'soffice. being virtually.
Lave Burns a smashing sendoff report made out her 1963 In.
Ohio (AP) -1 re-election.
with a margin of nearly 4 to 1
Rep. Robert Taft Jr., son of the over his hometown opponent With only a handful of precinct They werelSecretary come tax check on a pair of
late Ohio senator dubbed "Mr. still to report returns of State Tom Ad. panties and sent them to the
Sen. John E.
/ (Jack) MathewsJr. r w
'Republican," and Democratic and the from Tuesday's Democratic first ems, seeking his second term; Franchise Tax Board.
Incumbent Stephen M. Young mayor : I primary it appeared the contest Comptroller Ray E. Green seek. Those gentlemen gulped then
ran first or second in almost all
hurdled the civil rights issue to the 67 counties. fr 1" might be decided by the absen. in his fourth term; Treasurer J. sent the novel check to a bank
clinch senatorial nominations In Burns, hit by racial troublesin tee vote. Edwin Larson seeking a sev. for payment. The gentlemen at
Ohio's primary.Ted enth term Superintendent of the bank gulped then honoredthe
Jacksonville during the cam.palgn Kynes, charging forward like ;
W. Brown, secretary of Is a staunch opponent of t the football player he once was, Education Thomas D. Bailey payment. The lady was not
state and a veteran vote getter the civil rights bill pending in made the race one of the elec. seeing a fourth term, and agriculture Identified,
banked on his civil rights opp u. Congress. High promised to en. tlon' closest by narrowing to a Commissioner Doyle
olden In a sharp clash with Taft force it If it Is enacted Into law. t hair's breadth an early deficit Conner seeking a second term. Soviet Says China
for the Republican nominationbut In unofficial returns from all of more than 20,000 votes. Three of the seven members of
failed to carry a single but a few of Florida's 2,279 pre. i Returns from 2,265 of Flori. the State Supreme Court won Reds Are PlayingUp
county In Tuesday's' voting. clncts, Burns piled up 301,042 da's 2,279 voting precincts gave Democratic nomination without
"The results Indicate that the votes. High had 204,436 and Kel. r r, Faircloth 452,700 votes and opposition They were Chief To CapitalistsMOSCOW
civil rights. issue perhaps was ly 198,067. Kynes 412,321. Justice E. Harris Drew, Justice (AP)-The Soviet
net as important as Mr. Brown Then came Dickinson with r Faircloth rode a Heavy tide of B. K. Roberts and Justice Communist party suggested to.
thought" Taft said In a victory 178,883 Mathews with 134,982, votes from Dade County to an Robert Ervin. day that Red China's leadersare
statement. and Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia early lead, then saw most of it Each sought election for a dUo playing up to capitalists In
Young's nomination was unln. County with 84,411. 1 disappear as later return came ferent seat Supreme Court Jus. West Germany Britain, France
tentlonally challenged by ailing The Democratic nominee will In from rural counties where tlces serve six-year terms. and Japan.
Marine Lt. Cu!. John H. Glenn have a Republican opponent in votes are counted by hand. The allegation was made by
Jr., who withdrew from the race November. On the GOP side. Falrcloth a state representative Kommunlst the Soviet party's
too late to have his name removed Rep. Charles Holley of Plnellas from Miami out.polled his No One Is Hurt official theoretical journal and 1,
from the ballot. led strongly and was hopeful opponent by a better than three. was distributed In advance of
Glenn the first American astronaut but to.one margin In vote.rlch When Destroyer
not yet sure, of winning Dade publication by the governmentnews
to orbit the earth, drewa without a runoff. but Kynes made up for It else. agency Tass. .
solid "therapy vote," but it Returns from 1,877 precincts where. Carrier Collide "When Chinese propaganda

was total. less than half Young's gave Holley 70,411 votes to 41, ---, -_. ....... ', ,' ., Barring a totally unexpected NORFOLK Va. (AP) The speaks about the struggle
Returns from 12,610 of the 761 for H.B. Foster of Fort My. UMMER MUST BE HERE Aa sure a sign of Summer as graduation and November'wrlte.ln general victory In aircraft carrier Lake Champlain against Imperialism" Kommu.
ers Beach and 27,534 for Ken election and the destroyer Deca. nlst declared "it reduces It
state's 13,311 polling places Folks baseball are the new Summer uniforms worn by the girls of Naples Fed. the Democratic nominee will
Orlando. tur collided 150 miles east of only to the struggle against the
gave Taft 583,540 votes and Both Burns and High Immedl. eral Savings and Loan Association. Modeling the new mist blue dressesare automatically become the state'schief Cape Henry today during anti. United States, bypassing their I
Brown 156641. On the Demo. ately began courting the sup. these four pretty employees: (Left to Right) : Sheila Jones Norma legal advisor. submarine warfare operations. allies-West European and Jap. I
cratle side, Young polled 481.1 13 porters of the four oustedin Rans Evelyn First and Rosemary Austin. But neither KYnes nor Fair.
and Glenn 193,758.Ohio's men (McGrath photo) cloth claimed Atlantic Fleet Headquarters anese, imperialists. I
the Initial test. Burns told Ms victory reported no one was Injured. "Is It possible that the Chi.
58-vote Republican del. organization people he expect. dents preceding the election ed $678,441 In donations Kelly counted Holland led 638.S26 to A fleet spokesman said the nest leaders are looking for
ration Is pledged to Gov ed "a tough fight" in the runoff. were politically inspired." $488,247. Burns $409,940 Mi- 279508. Blast Wrecks Decatur's superstructure was partners among the monopolist
James A. Rhodes, an un. Until his opponents forced the His attitude against c I v 11 thews $344,617 and Karl .$283,. In a victory statement the damaged heavily !In the colll. circles of West Germany, Brit.
committed favorite sun. civil rights issue into the cam.rights remained firm, and it oh. 007. elated Holland who campaigned Car Of Steel slon. There was no apparent ain, France and Japan In the
The state's 99-vU delegationto palgn after the Jacksonville vlously did not dim his vote-get In opposition to the Civil damage below her main deck. struggle against so.called'mod.
the Democratic National Con !trouble, Burns bad run on his ting appeal. Florida, be said, MIAMI (AP- Nominee for Right bill, termed his win "a Plant Foreman One airplane aboard the Lake ern revisionism?' "
ventlon Is pledged to President l IS.year record as mayor during wants for governor "a man of one teat In the VJS Senate and victory for the voice of const TXMPA (AP-A steel plant Champlain was damaged. The Utter term Is one the
Johnson through a stand-in, AU a period of great growth and decision and firmness." three In the House of Representatives tutlonal government." Holland foreman's automobile was de. The collision occurred as the Chinese use In attacking Pre.
bert S. Porter of Cleveland. development.Like The 41.year.o1d High shattered'' were chosen by Florida' faces Republican Claude Kirk of mollshed today by an explosionas destroyer was moving away mler Khrushchev's policies In.
Neither' party had serious con. all the other candidates with his strong showing a tradl. Democratic and Republican voter Jacksonville, 38, a lawyer and it stood outside his North from the carrier after refuel. eluding his espousal of peaceful
tests for convention delegates. he had promised fair apportionment tlon that the number of votes Tuesday. political newcomer, In Novem. 'Tampa home. Ing the spokesman said. VIsi. coexistence with the West.
stepped-up road build. w.U be In direct proportion with Heading the primary ballot ber.Claude It was the third blast damag. blllty was four miles and seas
Ins based on need rather than the amount of money a candl. lineup was the nomination of Pepper or Miami won Ing car of non.strlklng Florida were moderate.The Dust Sources
Protest Negro politics, better educational fa. date spends. veteran Democratic Sen. Spes. handily in the third district over Steel Corp. employes In two Decatur, accompanied by Main sources of dust In the
ctfltles, and a veto of any sales Declaring that he would not Bard Holland, by an overwhelm. Woody Hampton Pepper's 1960 weeks. Perpetrators have not the destroyer Gearing headed free atmosphere are soil blowing .
Got PreferenceIn tax voted on food or medicine. accept big contributions, be. log vote, for a fourth term. opponent by a vote of 60,852 to been Identified. slowly toward Norfolk where ocean volcanic activity
After the riot, and a scandalIn cause they would compromisehis Holland 73, of Bartow defeat. 20,302; and Sam Gibbons of Investigators said explosives she is expected to arrive Thurs. forest spray fires, domestic
the police department which principles, he collected only ed Bralley Odham of Orlando bya Tampa' 10th district defeated detonated under Foreman W. T. day morning. and industrial processes,
Filling JobNEW he heads as commissioner, $98,041. solid two-to-one margin. With Robert McDonald another new. Johnson' car blew Its top over The Lake Champlain resumed vehicle exhaust and meteoric
Burns charged that "the inch By contrast Dickinson attract. only\ a few precincts still un.I comer, 54,778 to 11,445. two houses operations at sea. matter.

YORK (AP) A com. .
plaint that a Negro got prefer.
ence over whites in the hiring
of a waitress at the United Na.
lions has led to new hiring pro.

cedures Commissioner lluman the Rights State Ruperto Commissionfor said today.Ruiz *: County Vote-First Primary-Unofficial *

said that because the commis.
slim has no Jurisdiction In the
United Nations, an International
enclave the complaint by three
white waitresses was dismissed.

The Negro whose .hiring they. ," ,,f. Before Distribution Of Absentee.. Balloting ,., ... ., ... I. ",,
protested kept her job. "jr '''0'I\ I \\I> ""t
But, Hull Bald,'' the operator I w 1r' n"i i 6" '. t. i ,,4 '.':. :; 1.. fr.f tIS 1i-1' /lqllfl'H ,.d(I 11
of the delegates' dining room PRECINCTS 1 2 ::3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12'" 13 14 15 16 TOTAL
and the waitress' union agreed
to his recommendations for hlr. U, S SENATOR I ...

ing procedures Holland {W) 3., II. oJ'} .5012. U, 2Qt(' .1t) "'oJ _":1 2Al. f/I I I'J I." 12.11 11.9 .25'5R.
He said the ratio of 23 white
waitresses to one Negro In the Odham i-: f1 11 I /In JUt ..r 1'.1'J 1/ _<" 11 S', 5'A I.:. .541"... / _
dining room had drawn "con.
slderable adverse comment GOVERNORBurns

from delegates" from the A/rt. (R) .,j" A II. IZ.J QJ. I I' } j I t. 71/ 75 11 ;, ut; 81.2-
can nations.
A second Negro waitress Miss Dickinson .r II(' I Itl AA ;,/. I'; 1t1 12 i.Y" 7t1 71 /it1 01 t.otI /OlJeJ.

Gertrude Woolen was hired last High ( R ) .,,, ,<, 't: .J :..c-,. 11 At. 5'R
Dec. 23 from a list of "extras." Karl ; I 1 4"I .
Three white 2/ "I I" 10 Itl 7 ,.. 2..5"2-
waitresses on the ;
"extra list" complained to the Kelly 15' 1 12. /j 0/8 .H' 17 I/ 10 31 2.t/ ';'9 3"2'7 /02. 7'JJ

commission that they had more Mathews Ilf I 2. .J ql 1001. .5" II 5 8'1 Z. 7 J./ 50 R2 ;iz IQ 5'7.r
seniority.The .
agreement stipulates that GOVERNOR (GOP)

a seniority part of among the labor extras contract be made be. Folks /J ,1 (J 0 II 1L.O I 6 n1 7 n ( J

tween the operator of the din. Foster n t') I 8S" 5n n a 0 &l loti 3 oj. I 'J "'I.. n 3aa. .

ing and the rocm.union Lido, Local Shores 302 Corp.of the, Holley I ? (J 1 l. J .5" tJ a 0 tJ 0 0 / 'f.J ,.5' 7 2. z..5'5

Cafeteria Employes Union. ATTY. GENERAL

Name Orlando Faircloth _54/2.- It. i18 15/ J3 'p5' 2, 15''' 2" lat. '0 7 IJ I 1.5' z o I I Z

Kynes .J 2-5" :I.tI ot; 15' 12 JSTATE'S 1'1 _tr- .151.JJ l.r.z IQ2. 117 If'? Iq71
Man Head Of

Florida FairsGAINESVILLE Schaub (w) 5j..1 U_ 2.1 tJ' "oJ 0 IQ 13 :1.2.7 V ,, J5L. ; 1' ;12. 1:2.t'J LZ.O_

Parrlsh manager (of AP-the Central H. H. Smiley _'I 1.1 2.1. 12. ]:J I 'J ..1n15' :In 1t.1J ] 07. /3 7 17'" l. ? 1 .5' ,6Sz.

Florida Fair In Orlando, Is the BEACH PARK BONDS I
new president of the Florida Fed.
eratlon of Fairs and Livestock For 011. ., 1'1 2.J .HI" .14, t: In 2'; !JJ 4" 2. .Hi t,09 2JJJ 2. 2 AL 2 4.5'

shows He was elected yesterday to Against 018 2. 2.1 1:1 II :J Po.) I A L .!'a I B" .13 :U to. :n t' / 7 iJ 8.-

succeed Louie W. Seary Sr. of COMMISSION DIST 1

Marianne Drake ,q I If! 1.11. t. .,.1 IIJ.
W. D. Strickland of Braden. IlL .B 7/oJ l ?9 J/ 1.11'1 liB ?

ton, Nathan 1.. Malllson of Jack. Hancock (41)) (/5' ',' l 2.i.tJ 2.1 } ,J. rol- /1 "" ,J""q IDo/ 19.5" z 1 lor; 15'.1. 2.3Z.tJ
sonvllle, Joe E. Cooper of Pan.
ama City M. W. Twedell of COMMISSION 01ST. 3

ter Tampa Haven Robert Don Eastman Adams of of Win.Pal. Chickering ., ,, n ., 1'2. 9' III A 8 S ".4" 3 tJo I. 101 ,] 1 .17 77(1

atka and J. E. Frenkel of Pen. Henning { //'O' .1 ] I" It. t; ; 2. n.8 Ih /1 ID 12 _' 7IJA 01. as2"1 L. JO ;;59

dents.sacoU were elected vice presl.. Sentell ( R) -119 '" 1.t' 2J 2-l. JIa 10/ 35" .lV 71'J /"Jj '-IS /2 9 ] 115' ,t,8Z

T. 1.. Barrlneau of Tallahas. COMMISSION DIST 5

treasurer.fee was reelected secretary Black B 2. .5' .3 II .1.1 .1 .r J 21! IIJA l''' 7 29 9 1:1 2.1"

The meeting ended a short Carpenter Jo" q I I 19 1.1 ., 8 I. 2t1 1'tI % -1 1ft. .t- 12. /I 337

course on fair management, Doub ( R) .18 /1 1t'J /9'' 159 12 J.] 13 8 'fo 2:1..S 1A la/ 01. .1 <1 I.A 97
held by the federation and the
University of Florida Agrlcultu. Edenfield __ _Z I 8 '' L f .5' 1.1 ij_ 5 141_ 37 -1.5" 4") iYO 187 73.5

ral Extension Service.Fulbright Moore (R ) .J '" II. /i! I oJ., Inn .2. "' 1 lit. 13B 18'JA qA 13'1 q 9.r IZf!

Barrelt (It) 1lS' 2. .1/') J1 IS 1'15' f/ .11 b 1.1 2. A 81 9 109 38 89 12.101
Letters Approve
Miller J" I.' II J 'J, I I 17 IJ 14'1 .1J. 01 ,
Stand On Cuba Whitaker ( ) l 1.1' 201 'n f/ Z8 I" AJ. :uo 121 ,Id'J 1.5'0 8.r '2.,. 1S-9,5"
LONDON (AP) Sen. J. W.
fulbrlghl, fJ-Ark., said today his SCHOOL BD. DIST 4

mail Is running 4.11n support of Copley ell -, 29 .12. ,./9 I" "" It. 31 zl. 134 1' 0/ 12.1 99 J.19 71. 101-7 16)91
a Senate speech In which he
crlttdted U.S. government pol. Watkins tW) I. HJ 18 UH. 2.'r b 5"J 18 211 2 1.5"0 ItlO :1..1' lal 12." 2(17'"
Icy on Cuba.
This was his call March 25 for SHERIFF ,

acceptance of Fidel Castro's Frltchey 2.1 n 7 ? JI 21 0/ 15' 9 1.9 I', 1.0 ,t I.J y /9
Communist regime. He urged ,1\1)) .
abandonment of the American Hendry ( loJ1 'J ,J.9 01-1 ,,' oJ3./ 0./.4 .,1 3 q 391. .r.12. 2. 7 J VU J rl. 17 7 2 .' :Jf.i"J
boycott "because It has failed"
and ruled out two alternatives-
Invasion and blockade-on the Condon 8./ II. .1 ] J1. 2.37 22.1 II. ZJ IZ 2,3tJ ItJ< ground they would entail Crowley
dangers of nuclear war. 1.1. I 2,11 12. /8 11.2. 17.. 3/ .10 JI.B .Jl.-l 111 Isp IfJJ ISA1.99
"The volume of letters Is beyond .
anything I have had In 20
year*' experience," Fulbright

told prorpked newsmen.a lot"It of-the comment speech, Winner (W) Runoff (R)

that was the objective

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u n"k 1 Wednesday, May I. 1984

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IL4WaL I Plan Another

Birthday Party

A W0t oHy \R[ s Today For HST

JA\E JLtltl'lN KANSAS CITY, Mo. There, was another 80th birth.
tJ.iy IIImY today for Harry S.
TrWiUn; hia. one by the men
First-timers to Naples or people returning after saw who were ''his friends on his

eral' years absence are equally amazed and delighted r climb to the president of the
trotted' States.
with our city M
{ They gathered as they do
Mr and Mrs. William Downey of Bradford, Pa. andtf each year In Kansas City to

,:,ir seven children complete their first visit here the .1 a. honor the one-time farmer, haberd.isher .
and county Judge who
Mgt, ; end of the week. They unanimously agree they shall -r remained their neighbor even

return. The children range from two months to 15 years. when his address was the White
the with swimming beaching, end HOUM.
M Beside filling days Truman's birthday Is Friday.

tennis, the five oldest manage regular study periodsto But he'll be In Washington then

keep up with their school work. for a couple of more parties.
The first was last Friday as a
Mr Downey is vice president of operations of the tribute by the nation's farmers.

Dresser Manufacturing Division of the Dresser Industries. At the annual luncheon, there

last week Mr and Mrs. Robert Trier Jr., former Neapolitans Is a basket lettered on the side
with each year, the current me
were in town. Tom McGrath gave them "the being crossed off. In a ceremo.

tour" and they found it hard to believe the growth and R ny now more than 20 years old,
guests drop In birthday cards
lived in Naples. They were on the
change since they r for Truman to peruse later
; way from hotel meetings In Clearwater to Key Largo d There always are distinguished

where Mr. Trier manages the Ocean Reef Club. guests. Lyndon B. Johnson, then
vice president was here two
r! years ago He said at that time
J COCKTAIL PARTY "When you have to hire s hall

1'. .JfMRS Last evening Mr. and Mrs. John Holmes entertainedat WE'LL BE BACK, say the William Downey who this week are completing to give a man a birthday party,

J.C. SEABERGWoman's a cocktail party for Mrs. Holmes' son and daughter.in. their first visit to Naples (See Naples Notebook). Seated on floor the Itself.occasion" sort of speaks for
from left, are Bill Jr., Jean and Beth ion swing, Anne. Mrs. I Downey Debbie
law, Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Webster. The Websters and and Joe, with William Downey standing in back of swing (NEWS: photo) The President was scheduledto
their children, David and Margaret, have been here for 1 13: telephone Truman this aftermxm. .
Club President'sLuncheon from D.C. where Dr. Webster Calls also were expected
days Washington, an from Chief Justice Earl Warrenin

Army captain, is connected with Walter Reed Hospital.Mr. Get Rid of Curlers, Boys Tell GirlsGirls Washington; former President

and Mrs. James McDowell left early this week Dwight D. Eisenhower In

Set For May 13The for their home in Alexandria, Va. The McDowells were ; If you want to keep your Feclerschwenger, 17, of Chicago, bouffant hair shin by many of California Benny In Hollywood.and comedian Jack
best bo friend attract III "Thev don't seem to .
I new
or who
) says the girls, explain that keepIng
list Included Con.
the guests of Mr and Mrs. Robert Fuller The guest
Naples Woman's Clubpre. Mrs. J.G. Seaberg will be in. one, get those curlers and flips "care what people think." Steve a bouffant style up requires nUntln A. Stavnipoulos, under.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence P. Pennell of the Canter
sldent's luncheon will be held on stalled as the club's 1964.1965 out of your hair before you Friedman, 17, of Camden, N.J. fr.qu.nll.ttlng.. secretary and legal counsel of
Wednesday, May 13, at 12:30: president (re.elected); Mrs.Carl bury Court have been at their summer home in Manchester appear In public! was! luckier "Girls! agree, at Convenience Is another reason the United Nations, the personal
p.m. at the Beach Club Hotel. Hauber, as first vice-president; Vt. This week to San Franicsco for the representative <>f Secrl't rien.
they go Almost all the 499 boys we least this! one did he save of for curlers In public says Donna
Tickets are $2.00 and may be pur. Mrs. John Franklin, as second eral U Thant.
chased at Gifts by Carry Vice president, Mrs. John wedding May 16th of their daughter, Sarah. questioned recently turn thumbs the young lady he told about Cray 17, of Pains \fdo.i, Calif., Others Included Gov Frank

Marlloyd's Gift Box, and the Gal. Franklin, as second vice.pre. Mr. and Mrs. George Hurley have left for their down on the Idea of I girl In curlers. who say, "Most girls don't like Morrison of Nebraska; former

lery. Members are urged to sldent; Mrs. Merrill Boynton, as home in Oak Park III. They will be back at the Gulf curlers, although most of them- Many of the girls who objectto to set their hair tale at night." Gov. llerschel C. Loveless of
buy their tickets as soon as third vice. president: Miss Richard D-
pos. 81 per rpnt-.won't tell her so curlers In public agree with And Patricia Lou Parry, 17, of Iowa; Rep. Dolling,
sible. May 9th Is the final Dorothy Davis, as recording Se. Shore Colony Club after the Christmas holidays.The 1.10.1( and Charles Murphy, un.
purchase date. Members may cretary; and Mrs. R.F. Fettlg Kent Harrisons left the Kona Kai on Monday for outright. They've learned from Nancy Hamor, 17, of Camden, Wisconsin Rapids! Wisconsin! dorsecretary of agriculture.
take their guests. as treasurer. experience It's better to say N.J. "Curlers are not proper thinks! people In central ire"be
Virginia Beach. In June Mr. and Mrs. Harrison plan a
Special guests were membersof
than to to tlIl and In.
nothing try girl she and coming more more
few days in North Carolina to select a place to stay the hardware Is unattractive. attire for public, says formal." Truman's World I outfit,
adds, "They belong In the home, Battery D of the 35th Infantry
CornerMan's for several weeks later in the summer. Sixty per cent of the 750 girlswe with pajamas." A strong minority of the girls, Division. Truman was captainof
'Jhe'Poetr Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Meeske will be off soon for their questioned say they would not however, predict curlers will the battery and they till
Marti Oliver, 15, of Cols,
usual four or five months In Muskegon, Mich. appear In public with their hair Ohio, speaks for several girls disappear from the street scene ry.address" him as "Captain liar
In curlers, but 65 per rent think "Hair styles are smoother and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bauer 15th Avenue, South, planto when she says the curlers give
Best Friend'Dedicated get away about tha 20th. They will be at their homein the practice Is Increasing.The "others the Impression teens are need less curlers," says eslle
girls are a little more Harms, 14, of Oklahoma City,
South Chatham, Cape Cod, until November. sloppy and care little about how
to Naples Humane Society lenient In their opinion of others Okla. More women go to the
Still others who packing Mr. and Mrs. they look." Comfortable
are are Ly-
who expose such feminine beauty beauty parlor more often Inddon'
Who crawls so softly on your bed, man Cheever. They leave Monday for Sarasota where they aids! as rollers, bobby pins, clips A middle.of-the.road opinion I need to set their own hair, HEELS

In depth of stilly night will board a train for the north. After 10 days visiting and hair nets Only 55 per rent comes from Mellndj Sosebee, 17, says Roberta Grossman, IS, of Light or Dark Color

Puts his cold muzzle by your head, with family and friends in Concord, Mass., they will go of the Junior misses object to of Hollywood, Fla., who doesn'tmind Philadelphia, Pa. For Mother's Day
And lies there like a lump of lead. the curlers "If they are
on to Kennebunkport, Maine, for the summer, other girls wearing curlers In covered with hat According to Mary I.oulse!!
Until the morning light. some pretty ROUSE'SDo.lcnr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Draper,'17th Avenue, South; public.\ or bonnet" Bade, 17, of Fort Wayne, Ind.,

Who wakens you at break of dawn who also have a home in Kennebunkport have alreadyleft more girls are beginning to ,
By slurping on your face DON'T LIKE CURLERS BLAME !HAIR STYLES realize "the fashion }trend Is the
I and in Maine
are by now.
To let you know now night has gone, Male reaction to the feminine The Increased appearance of pretty and feminine, and you
lie needs be let upon the lawn, Reverend and Mrs. Tracy Day Spencer will probably curlers vines from "They look the metal headgear Is laid to the aren't pretty with rollers." .

You'd better just in case. leave tha second week in May for New York state. After like animals," by Ronald

I Who growls and snarls in frenzied tones they unpack, they will go Cleveland to check with Nachman, 13, of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
their children and grandchildren before settling In Chau- to "If they don't rare what they
When other dogs invade your yard, GIKL.M
Heedless of all boundary zones, tauqua for the summer. look like that's their problem" GIFTS FOR EVERYONE'S BEST t

To dig your lawn in search of bones, About the same time, Mrs. Truman Reed will also from David Welch, 17, of "

And leave a canine calling card be off for the summer In Chautauqua. Before she leaves Letcher, S. Dak. .--
But most of the young men are
life she is spending few days In St. Petersburg with the
Who guards you with his very a definitely against the practice.

When danger comes your way George Reeds and their children. This has been Mrs. They think It Is sloppy, unfeml- NOIIIKSUNDAY

Protecting you in peace or strife nine and In poor taste.
From bruising blow or keen edged knife, (Continued on page 9)ENGAGED The few brave lads who have

Keeping all foes at bay. 'ventured to tell the girls what : 10th

Tho human friends may walk apart Lehr they thought of the curlers received
And fortunes ill betide, no thanks for their

Who worships you with loyal heart. troubles-Just the opposite,

Cheering you with antic Ali Jim Murray IS, of Hollywood, COTTON DRESSES

Forever by your side. Fla., got "a smack In the face,"

as did several other boys. John
When comes the day you realize

The best of friends must part,

Who watches by with grieving eyes r.Ij Smoking BannedIn 5.95 Toll.95

While his beloved master dies, Ii ; London Movies
You only owned his heart.WHO Ij
r4 v LONDON (AP)-Tin* London
? MAN'S BEST FRIEND. .;' County' Council votud 77.37 Juniors Misses Half Sizes
HIS DOG. Tuesday night to ban smoking
/ In tilt British cal|)lt I'1 154 mov. Big New Shipments
By Kathryn S. Post z ,,' d It theaters.
nd The ban was proposed by a

ence, holding Its quadrennial Conservative, Lady Pftrlo. She GIFTS OF QUALITY AT POPULAR PRICESLovely
Bishops DifferIn meeting In Pittsburgh's Civic c nmukesclgars.''Kifeubfi I later Ioh" UNUolly

Arena adopted the new law
Tuesday night Approval came BoxedTOWEL 27x48 All RayonTHROW
I-v r fill popnVfr" withircmneJ
Interpreting on a show of hands and without ..df .
debate. or ham and serve for SETS 2.49 RUGS 2.98
night supper"EXCLUSIVES
Methodist Law The law reads "The Method.1st .
Church is a part of the

PITTSBURGH (AP-A North. church universal. Therefore all Nylon Lace TrimPANTIES Morgan Jones
ern bishop and a Southern blah persons, without regard to race. AT R&R
op held differing Interpretationstoday color, natural origin, or eco. l 1.00 BED SPREADS 5.95
shall be elll.bl. .
on a new Methodist nomtc condition
Church law saying persons of to attend its worship servIces < Our SpecialIndividuality
any race are eligible to worshipor to participate In Its pro.
hold membership In any grams, and to be admitted Into Dacron and Cotton Foxcroft Muslin
Methodist church. Its membership anywhere in in. .
Bishop John Owen Smith of the connection." GOWNS 3.98 SHEETS 1.79

Atlanta Ca., said the key wordis Bishop Smith was asked to GIFTS
"eligible." He said thatdoesn't give his interpretation of It.
mean persons of any He said "All people are ell.glble. .
Accessories Dacron BedPILLOWS Lace
race must necessarily be ad. Eligible means they are > i
mltted to any Methodist church. free to go and should be admit Mr and Mrs. Pascal Bryant have Antiques 4.98 SLIPS, 3.98 I
Bishop James K. Mathews of ted. I don't know If that makesit announced the engagement; of their daughter
Boston said It Is his feeling that binding on them to be let In.'' Vivian, to Donald L. Avis of Jacksonville. The INTERIORS
Methodist churches are under a If s person would be kept out
bride-elect was graduated from rebault: high
"compulsion of faith" to abide of a church the bishop added, Lady Bumton Leather HouseSUPPERS
school in Jacksonville Miss Bryant is employed FurnitureUpholstering
the Intent of the law and it would not be a matter of pre.
thus by are obligated to throw open Judlce but a matter of custom, in St. Luke's hospital, Mr Avis is employed witha JEWEL BOXES 5.00Smart 3.98
their doors to everyone.The particularly In the South. construction firm. The wedding date will be Draperies
church's general confer. Bishop Mathews said It ap. announced later.
-- peared to him It Is the reiponsl.blllty Carpeting
of pastors to see that Special Prices on Expert Hair NewBLOUSES 2 Piece

STANLEYHome the Intent of the new law Is ful. Bleaching, Tinting and Hair Toning 2.98
filled But the Job of enforce SHORT
ment would fall to bishops 11 'Thl..11 8pttUI!! Of(1) ( ( ltl l\\
Products disputes arose, he said ., Permanent >Ul\ '\\ \\ItC. -
The law was drawn up by the $12 50 sPECIAINYLON
Cheek Oa Oar Committee on Membership and Wave Reg. 125.00 ,- ,
Spriac Special For Evangelism. R was placed to .>-* Include M.lr Cut a "1/1. ) .......-.:.,.:.. HALF SLIPS
the church's discipline (law) Ir.
CLEANING : a chapter entitled "Church Try V Wills New Body Hair Cut! Makes tour tee 1290 Third St. So.
Membership." stay better and kepi the friii out of your permanent. Member 1.88

16b Fifth Avenue, South Naples, fla.
HWY HUNTER The French call bile-cite American Institute A 3.00 Value
MI J.un ere at puffs served athocol.tt' Interior Designer
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volvement than Democrats or
WASHINGTON (AP) The Republicans have wanted to
two arrest points in American risk, since war with P.ed China
Some Thoughts OnjgYesterclay's Election foreign policy now are the dilapidated could follow.
condition of the war lr. So the Vietnamese problem
South Viet Nam and Fidel Cas. may drag on unchanged. But
tro's continued survival Cuba. that's far away. Cuba and Cas.
such in the formulas be ef-
change can
make tro
The Republicans being closer are more pain*
At It our custom, we extend congratulations fected. them major talking points unless fill In some ways.

to those who won In the Earl Faircloth, candidate for Attorney these conditions change be- This government got burnt In
fore the presidential campaign. 1961 when Kennedy backed the
Tuesday primary and express sincere General, also favors a change In the gas tit They're already doing It. disastrous Invasion of Cuba by

thanks to those candidates who offered and racing tax formulas, which probably If the opposite happened-the Cuban exiles but wouldn't sup.
for his in Dade Vietnamese war Improved or port them when they were
large vote
but did accounts
their services to the community
Castro fell-President Johnson's smashed on the beaches. The
not win. It takes two or more candidates County. political chances would take a whole business was a fiasco anda
and e great leap forward. He has a national embarrassment.
to make a race provide voters

an opportunity to make a choice, whichIs One interesting result of yesterday'selection \ %\ stake For In this both.reason, while Viet hasn't The United tried anything States not similar only

the foundation of our democratic form was the favorable decision of Nam remains unchanged, special since but even stopped the exiles
the Interest fastens on rum. from using this country as
of Running for office entails Sarasota County voters to apply ..
government. ..
base for raids Cuba.
bungs now heard that Cuban exiles a on It
a great deal of work and considerable $5,000 homestead exemption after the GN are planning some action tried to content Itself by trying

expense, and those who are willingto first $2,000 of assessed valuation. This is against Castro.The to ruin Castro by a boycott on

volunteer their services to their neigh the first Indication that homestead exemption FOQCa: \\\.1z1\ ; %Lr the Vietnamese Republicans war didn't although solve trade This with hasn't him.been successful,

bors certainly deserve commendation and which has heretofore been con they had a try at it. This coun. either, because the Allies Ignore

thank sldered sacrosanct, can be revised. try poured aid into South Viet the boycott and keep on sellingto
Nam President Dwight him.
e e e Several the tax assessorof through
years ago D. Elsenhower's last four years. Now come rumors that the ex.
If, as appears to be the case at the an East Coast county suggested that lCyy They had two years under lies are going to use some ,

moment, Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville every Floridian be asked to pay taxeson v EIsenhower to try their luck Latln-American country as abase
with Castro who took charge In for trying to destroy Castro
and Mayor Robert King High! of the first $2,000 of valuation and then j Cuba at the beginning of 1959. through raids or sabotage .r

Miami are In the runoff for governorFlorida' apply the $5,000 homestead exemption. He remained calmly unbudged.The or harassments. That may take
Democrats didn't do any some doing, If they try it.
endorsed the
well be This suggestionthen
small counties might
newspaper better. They had more than No matter how much the
In for trouble In the not too distant fu and will continue to do so. three years under the adminls. Johnson administration denied

ture. Strangely enough, small county The change will simply mean that rations of President John F. any complicity In this, the rest
Kennedy and Johnson to win In of the world would probably be
voters helped bring on the danger.In every Florida resident will pay some Asia and eliminate Castro. unconvinced. It almost certain

past years, It has held true that thing, no matter how small, toward the But the Republicans are now ly couldn't happen without the

Floridians did not elect governors from tax load of his county and state. At In effect calling the Democrats Central Intelligence Agency

metropolitan areas. In addition to tradition the present time, a person with a home N. : 'N' 'n" ':' .".:" :>"" '01">>'*"f'>' :;I land namby.pamby demanding on action Cuba while and Asia re.malnlng knowing State Department about It. officials-:

there were many practical reasons assessed at around $5,000 pays no ad vague on what kind. according to the phrasing of

for this custom. It now appears valorem taxes at all. If he has childrenIn Today InWashington the The burden Democrats of having would to explain escape peared diplomatic unanimous reporters in negative- ape

that both tradition and the practical considerations school, someone else bears the cost The Best of BoyleBy If somehow they could find reactions to reports that the ex.

have gone down the drain of their education. He pays nothing some solutions or make the Re- lies were getting ready to move
share their burden. against Castro.
and set the for future toward law enforcement salaries of pub- By The
pattern governorsto HAL BOYLE They did manage to get Hen. Secretary of State Dean Rusk
come only from metropolitan areas. lic officials, etc. ASSOCIATEDPRESS ry Cabot Lodge, who could wind said, "I would not anticipate In
doubt that should the up being the Republican presidential the near future overthrow of
There Is not the slightest If the entire state adopt
( )-Memory or mortally 111. candidate, Involved In Castro himself by the action of
both Burn and High are able and capable proposed change accepted yesterday by 1< the golden bonfire by whichwe A child then got a bigger thrill WASHINGTON (AP)-In the Viet Nam by making him the Cubans taken there." He said
men who will perform well. How Sarasota County voters, every home warm our hearts In chill from riding up two floors on a news from Washington American ambassador there. Castro's Internal control measures .
times. department store escalator thana CUBAt Undersecretary of But he can't do anything by seem solid.
ever, It teems certain that whichever is owner would pay taxes on the first The more you have to recall modern child does from rid. State George W. Ball says the himself. He can only recom But it would take some of the
elected there will be Increased pressure $2,000 of valuation. At current millagerates the warmer Is the flow. Ing In a jet plane from New United States policy of boycot. mend. Republican heat off Johnson if
It kindles the spirit to look York to San Francisco. Cuba It's doubtful Johnson can find some kind of action was taken
from their home counties to make this would mean that a Collier ting economically Is sue.
back now, for example, and re. No kitchen was complete wIth. ceedlng. a Vietnamese victory without against Castro no matter how
changes in the formulas for distributionof Countian owning a $5,000 home would member when- out a rolling pin, or a basement Short of war, the State De. far more direct American In. Indirectly,

the gasoline and racing taxes. If this pay around $25 a year of which ap You couldn't put on your without a tub and washboard. partment's No. 2 man told the _ _ _____ ___ _ .
shoes without Air
change Is made It will expensiveto proximately $13 would be for schools.In an Instrument conditioning was simple. National Advertising officials
prove called a buttonhook. On hot summer days a house Tuesday, "most effective by far TODAY IN HISTORYFLORIDA
mall county taxpayers. view of the outcome of yesterday's Only sick people and very wife could always cool off by Is the effort to seal off Cubaeconomicallya

Fortunately, Collier County seems referendum in Sarasota County, it small children stayed In bed taking her rocking chair down policy of economic 100 YEARS AGO
after 6 a.m. Seeing the sun rise Into the cellar, and doing her "
destined for tremendous growth In the seems certain that the next session of was a dally Inspiration to a majority darning there.Christmas While denial.the economic crack. B y Florida Library & Hlitorleol CammliilanCivil '

next few yean and should be out of the the legislature will see a bill proposedfor of Americans.No shopping for Dad down might not topple FIdelCaatro' War Centennial Committee' ,
one could Judge a worn was no problem. If his only communist d------------------------------
"small class the time similar statewide. regime,
county" by any a arrangement au's ate for sure but half necktie was still In good shape The commander
our Ball said, it has been very ef. May > of the U. S. S. Sfgimore
male citizenry were convinced he could always do with a new fictive and "the Cuban economyIs at Cedar Key needs a transport 10 that cotton seized duringthe
they could tell how old a horse pair of suspenders.The .
In a mess. last few weeks on the Suwannee River can be shippedto
was by looking at Its teeth. best known golfer In LBJ WALKS A day after a Key West
If something upset you, you America was John D. Rockefeller confer.
seven-lap strolling new
:&tlmrs; say '(aid It taw you "the wUlI..." Sr. If he really liked you, ence' President hela May < -Acting upon information received from
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS -:yOr, if you were feeling under he gave you a;shiny,new dime. walking business conference refugees, the commander of the U.-S.' burfjUtiieu at St,.: .
par, you remarked, "I've got as a sign of his approval. Tuesday with Chairman William Andrews Bay has sent a detachment out'to search for a
heeby.jeebles." You were a real sport If you McChesney Martin of the Fed. sloop-rigged boat and its crew of ten men and officers,
Repair costs around the house wore a pair of pearl-gray spats, eral Reserve Board. which supposedly ran the blockade at Mobile recently.
1 1I were negligible, as the only me. and gave the barber a dime tip The President and Martin
I chanlcal gadget that ever need. when you got a two-bit haircut. hiked several lap. around the Confederate Brigadier; General Edward A. Perry commanding
1 Bs o ed fixing was the well pumpin Any teenager who had to ask chief executive's back yard as the Florida Brigade in the Battle of the Wilder.

the back yard. his parents for spending money they conferred about the na. ness in Virginia, was severely wounded today. His command .
0'' a af Anybody who got a long.dls. was regarded as shiftless, andit tion's economy. has been turned over to Colonel David Lang.
0 lance call on the telephone knewat was felt he was bound to JOHNSON-STUDENTSi Presl. While Confederate troops were absent on s cattle

once some relative must be come to no good end. dent Johnson told 800 students drive, Fort Brooke was attacked today and captured by s

from 71 countries Tuesday that Federal invasion force composed of white officers and
nual Jeffersonjackson Day din. the United States Is "an unfln.
s ner in Atlanta May 28. shed society" which must do a Negro troops. Tampa has been pillaged, a number of
ee0h lE! lot to eliminate racial dls. citizens are arrested, and three were shot! attempting to

PARIS (AP) President crimination and poverty. escape.
t, / in the Charles de Gaulle, 73, who un. Observing that the great ] 11'f::\ ${""- Y .,.w
derwent prostate surgery April strength of the United States is :
0 r, .r 00 news 17, still plans to make an ex. that It has never observed "a -et-
t y tensive tour of South America single, rigid Ideology,"the Pres.
N next autumn, well Informed Ident said no man or nation Is _
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS French sources said today. wise enough to prescribe a
LIVERPOOL England (AP) single economic dogma or sys.
Quadruplets were born Tues.day NEW YORK (AP)-Frederick ten of government for all of the
night to Mrs. Tom McKe. O'Neal, 58, a character actor, peoples of the world. Remarks
own, 36, wife of a Liverpool has been elected president of The students, who will soon .
dockworker but only one still Actors Equity Association, the1lOOO.member complete a year of study In the .
lived today. union of stage United States, had been Invitedto W :::1" .'!'St :" l _
The three boys and a girl performers. He U the first Ne. a White House garden party SMALL TOWN STUFFFortunately
were two months premature.Each gro to hold the position. by Mrs. Johnson.
"I have to go to the bathroom!" weighed only two pounds

Hot Stuff + we do not wager
ea A..CIAN UOION iu Anm President Harry( S. Truman has The forest service's fire- -ton political racesotherwise thereis

accepted an Invitation to speakat fighting station in Red Buff, little doubt we would have bet

U.S. Ownership of Canadian Resources the Democratic party's an. Calif., went up in flames. PET DOCTOR our shirt that Bob High would not

be in the runoff So today we wouldbe
Canadians !know very wall that they discovery comes while Canada II engaged SCARE .. OFFCR Iy A,W. Miller, DV.M walking around without
live In a rich country; with untapped in a major' controversy; over retirement _i H Mr.RII.NIATAORAT' a shirt.
natural resources. They know It so well pensions. That is a coincidence.But : NI DRAG But believe you us we have
indeed that tend to It They the been walking around all day with
they forget two subjects-rewurccs and CROSS FAzc coil APE
need a sharp, spectacular reminder pensions are related. Pensions cost I L ItlUll liHII| :2N N.ttlrll A t3 E. R E T R V DE. our fingers crossed that Kelly would

every now and again that they have money, and the money has to come (I. studiIII IllfttlUIIIUI U: : HulirMiiibut. R 0. FIR A L S I.. aeee somehow beat High out for second spot.

bI1't11lt1rt1c1 to develop their wealth, .front production-the discovery, development gal: I JllltC: :Ih. : P 0 AI ACC T 0 The reason we believe that both

barely started even to discover It. and utilisation of natural 11 hurt"hip I |> .I*, Unman P 0 R TIC o. V t. xI Burns and High will press tor changein

Such a reminder Is [the recent] announcement I M. SHaLr|: : riHini1H I IN AS. AFT e 0 R 1 ONLY WNEMTAEYRE ovtwl the formula for distribution of
that an >|{U9 million ore 14.'uhluucter. AUTO SOL AC CD
w 1C..III..I.f': IK gasoline and racing taxes is becausewe
body-sine, copper, aIlVII'-ba. been 0 40 1 |Itrpl.In| I SCR E. R C l A T Culr :
found in Kldd Township, a few miles ,yTunm na I M'lilur rranii, F t R A L.. D t L. C S would do the same thing if we resided -

north of Timmlns. This Is the kind of CAA ?1 OD |ix|Ih.tluillmi( Own Si"I.( 41 LNareaht in either Dade or Duval counties -
discovery that has bunt the North bas 1'1, \allo ohjixl i i21.liu SOLUTION Or YISTEROAY'S PUZZLE .
and Ontario and Canada. 41. /Itiiil
built Toronto .
: 1 nl S. Steeds l However, we happen to live in
POI \\ N
This is at once our put our present
e a :l I. \\ ids 4) Midi old Collier
and our future. 0 4d. |jUm,'i 1 I I. N'urihirni Countyand chang-
People who complain about American M torah' 47 lirranlu : I'uwvrlvu ituranic ing the formula would get into our
7 Klirbland
capital invading Canada may note that ;lh.< ('limnmuiikix 48 lure: :So I Diuriir pockets even though there isn't
this rich mineral deposit was found a
through the patient efforts of American (tl.l'nalulvacal I | Q. Why do onimoli eye great deal of money in them.

capital.prospecting Texas Gulf and Sulphur drilling,spent all to aJzJelfl no s a 0 l J of : : ": L 9. thine In the dart David Pholon, On top of that both Burns 4
= Syracuse, N. Y. have shot off
e'r TLSarei High their
11. C12
avail. before it .finally mad. Its ,big w /I : traps about
strike. : Scr'erI A. !h. .Y"of mart mommoll ha*. "Alligator Alley" and will have no
The American company is entitled to o"caortI..aw ww was 0 14 11 Belgiancunuuunr' e ahoy' ",lfoe. In the back of Hit eye compunction about killing it
the profits it will make. But these profits .that. ellecII light. Thli II known Mtap.him. even
are nothing compared with the profits liS le 17 1 211 (6tdk:: Who on animal. la I suddenly. if it is Collier County's money.
Canada the the tax wealth Whatever pension scheme may !2.: E: Indian '
will make- Jobs, caught by e car i hoadligM tr by the If you think we are implying
revenue, the circulation of new money, come out of current discussions will be 'f II 11 Zl nurse bom W
a flMhllghl; Ifili enlace will 1 1elleeI..IIghI
the stronger and the more stable because :I' hahkcd that we would prefer NOT to have
tile invigorating effect the Kldd Town f end...... .lh.. ethics'
business.It an American company hu madea ZJ if lIS :Yi Jap lid. ) Burns or High in the
ship discovery will bens upon i0 ;: bright M will 1 rename la M-i.. until, runoff you
is estimated from whet Is now big mineral end In Northern Ontario. rttral
lIt JI the Ml dam and. ihvlt. all *' light are 200% correct, buster.
// :// 11 II 11' I' up Honesty
:14 San.a.kIt.
known want stand 0
that the mine to be built at the Mast Csnadlans higher 0 '
/ 1/ tram the bad of the .. Whale Mill
sit will employ some BOO men, pay out srds of living. Many of them want Jl ir ('id, h KCtl7' eit *y forces us to admit, however that
JJ Jf .
some 130 million annually for wages and more and bigger welfare schemes. Their JS I Tctaler1y ph-- flay hi quite akrrling et both men are able and capable. But
NOM, e to ......1101. II to mar highly
supplies, contribute some 131 million federal, provincial and municipal authorities gNdaf2.
the other
Ja Jf dcvWoeoa' guys and
annually In taxes.Timmlns want to spend more money. JlankhtJet In nocturnal animal they are
of course, will f..l the biggest All of this ciA b. done if, but only tf, .U 41 .. 14 tildatcpI1 : "* who ...*, by day and. roam by ,from, comparatively speaking, small
effect The gold which bunt the production Is great enough and !increases -. : F'lah.auee I : night .ludi at door, tan ale Dili .
community has bout running out, and rapidly enough, to sustain It. raft odor to d..*ign.d..COIdI.....,ell eel
{ r. Well can't
Its future appeared gloomy. But BOW it Our prim. task Is still to develop our : .the dlflM.il gllmpi ., light. thil to you them all.
win get a new lease on life from sine resources; It Is the measure of our potential 44PS why can can ..* In the der\' What So let's fall back, regroup and get
eopptr. are diver.Announcement wealth that we have scarcely apa. n altdi dark .. I human will 1 b* set for the gubernatorial election
of this major resource begiuu -Th. Globe and JfaU Toronto) line 24 min. .* ".., ,..?,., _..hot light la e nocturnal animal. two years hence.



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... JI ping conclusions. This Is the In high sods and no particular 'Lou offers a TWO NO TRUMP. stumped and for nothing better Wednesday, May 6, W4 < 01,UI (f HM _' _: ;V 0t111 I
way the Grahams bid help in Hearts It might be con. As for the bidding take your comes up with the Spade.10 as

V\i'1" N-Olive E t Lou W strued as a temporlelng responseto choice either procedure Is ac. top of nothing Stu's play, In
Naples Bridge ; P... Pus I 1M ,.... give Bruce a forcing chanceIf curate Now consider Lou's play general, follows the same k
. I PH INT AM ,.... PIT ,.... he does happen to have a with West In the lead; a rea. Graham progress with an equal
( pees) strong holding With a 19high. sonable assumption would be that end result of 6901 Of the remain.

By FRANK OTTE "rswe.ledwaurieeales.w In the Culbertson methods, It card count, Brace sure has the West should come forth with the Ing N-S Pairs, two others :hose
-- -. Is perhaps easier to arrive at a stuff. Since It plus t ( the 4th highest of Spades,his longest the 3 N.T. route In each case,

WELCOME GRAHAMSAll behind the first place George No Trump game contract by con. minimum ) Is 23, an Immediatecall strongest suit So West checksIn however, there was a revoltlnrd.velopm.nt
slderlng playln tricks expectantly with the 8. Dummy reference
vulnerable. North Smiths At the above lllus. of N.T. came Is Justified. Spade op. .
er. I*deal. trated Board 13, Lou was play. rather than by point North now plays the hand. For. takes with the Ace and Lou Immediately ponent's Diamonds. In addition, ,, .aof

log South with wife Olive at North. calculations tunately, even with the strong,ex. tries for a Heart the N-S declarer failed to try for
I-AI.NORTH In bidding and play of the above With Stu Kosters at North and posed Dummy, the controls can nnesse from Dummy's 10 to hit at least one of the potential fines.
H-10 7 4 holdings they tied for a top in Bruce Boynton playing South, be handled Just as well by North Heart Ace. ueen,East put up t hi see Thus the scored 630 Is not
CAA10x4 match points with the Bruce Boyn. their count system bidding wentas as by South. This is not usuallythe King. It would have been far enough. The remaining N S
I ton Stu Kosters partnership follows! case, especially In a N.T. better for East to have duckedthe Pairs stuck to FOUR HEARTSto
WEST were the only two pair of ISIS E I Bruce W contract. first round. If the Heart.10 score either 620 or C50 which
S-J H-J I 7 I I f---lots They the eleven teams to make a SIX ,INT.... ,P........ INT>H (All put Pitt) Now let's look at the Graham tries to hold, West can win with never, never can beat 690. All
174 M-K a lt situation Oliver with two quick the Jack. However, when East of which seems to expound the
D-K NO TRUMP following N.T.
C-Q 7 I ofill game contract Each of these Ocseive that In the Graham'sbidding tricks In her hand and three of drops the King rest of play Is vitality of finesses In Duplicate
called for THREE NO South plays the hand.partner's Hearts, thinks It's routine. A finesse 1ft the Club and the Inestlmablevalueof
SOUTH pairs
North Is Dummy; thus the strong, HEARTS. also executedand hicks
S-K O made and three safer to respond TWO suit Is properly
H-A 0113D TRUMP, tame opening hand Is not exposed. 4 Hearts ... '
690. Con. Since Culbertson leans more spe. Lou wins 3 Shades, ,
extra tricks for a
A 0' Kosters Boynton's bidding Is tricks Lou 1 Diamond and 4 Clubs twelve Looms.
C-K J I gratulatlons to both I ctftcally to taking ;
equally accurate. In reply to (at South) can figure that Olive trUrks for 6901
After a long Illness, the NDBC The Grahams are Culbertson Bruce's third hand Heart call, surely has at least three taking Let's see how things go with The following note was ,., ,
was happy to have Lou Graham tans and follow his techniques Stu conservatively responds ONE tricks. Lou himself, has at Stu playing the 3 No Trump from placed under one of the

with us again. This was rather than any point count sys. NO TRUMP. As you know third least 7 8. Simple arithmeticsays North; exposed Dummy, the windshield wipers of one of rIM_ n'v' _
at the April 10 session and the tern. Either method of communl. hand opening bid can be mighty that 7 plus 3 Is 10 to assure storng hand. It's East's lead those look-alike foreign compact ? s -.

Grahams, as usual, proved their f !
P'LI'! AM; ) < >it\" "rItG; vii' MCIand "
Duplicate ability; placed second either, when adroitly handled, 12 In a long suit. Stu's one tricks. However, to Insure that ter the Heart opening bid cannot "C,D. (III this is you) Call me I
it N S only a few points should arrive at the same win. N.T. shows no more than 6.10 Olive has enough to carry game, appear as reasonable. East Is soon N, R," ""dill."n It road, sUpi In howl in, Tinmlllli -, ,
," ,over tIn; '"',





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769 775 5th AYE, SO. MI 2.5184 Vlrgle Hutto Is leading the Abbott came ui' n Jab
News Press championship semi Hatcher 2U7 Gl,' I Ile I,. I L,v
NAPLES SHOPPING CENTER MI 2-4522 finals We all wish you the bait Shields 20S, 01 < "' U.I'

of luck In the finals, Vlrgle. and Rudy Burner 1 u d l.

Wash Ibs. in load! Sunday Is Mother's Day and U
14 one mother Is a bowling enthusiast Bowling Standing:
she would appreciate a new ball,

shoes, bag or perhaps a book TRML BOI"II I i ,' I i
of free games to enable her to FINMDutIJers .
practice more.Brnokslile .
< Bowl will be clos. Man [>'-

ed this Thursday, Friday, batur. Furniture Fair in i:
day and Sunday for resurfacingthe Crayton Cove
tILTNorge Th41 1 lanes, May 7.10. They will Laundry '>;i a t

reopen Sunday evening with a Hatcher
I meeting of the Sunday Nile Construction >II I-

Mixed League (summer) ache, I King Insurance
duled for 8 p.m Summer loa. Shields Builder >,

cue bowling will start May 17th. Don. Srr. Business
There will be a Wed.
meeting Men ir :ri
nesday, May 6, at 7tSO p.m. of
Automatic Washer Pine Lanes i ii I ,',
the Mixed Major League at Pine
Lanes. TainUml Tire 1

-- GI Thursday evening the Belles Uoiiiu Met j 11 1 ">r,

and Beaus Mixed League will

: ;;, hold a meeting at Pine Lanes. Takes .10 MinutesTo
\ !] Blunt tub ol Time 7;JO p.m.

I l\ _- \ M. w.sh.r On bunday, May 10, at 7:30 Do What 3 Do
the Sunday Nile Mixed
-' 9 tent rf ol room League
lor 10 lull-tit* will Lanes.also hold a meeting at Pine Now In 3 Days

sheets' to turn JACKfcONVIMI, v

-., u' and tumble, to lit really dun AIR YOUR VIEWSIn Navy man who "itkrti I toll
; things down and i I" I II II, I "It
to the scheduled
regard; .
: "
1 11I"111I""
meetingsIf you are going to
method of redo' II" <1' asl" 'I,
ft eeeee.eeeeeeeeeeee .
bowl In a summer league, al
the time require l t. I I
: I tend the meeting when It Is call. i
--i ,
vital :all 'r.1l d
: ed. Many officers of the wln!!:.
ter leagues reported thai:yl'xv .TU"mE"
meeting we're -McTdliM ajfttfi'.
Giant uil'lorprovidii ful of the league member in. ,
dune bv one IIIUli III 40 II 5rn
; with tended. Some of the absent mem.
The :NIV s.v "
r: Ing iction tar ben were the first to crltklM .
thru nn i u Hi" I. I Ihs
r: 1 flu ctoiniit the way the league was mana.ged .
The general of the job.In
wish over purpose ,.
you a report use i II i !
meetings Is to Iron out all tlie"bugs'1
taw Rounded uitator venn save and set the rule mewl, the Navy add i I i II I ipi'j i n.

N O R G E 1 wear on clothe, and schedule. These up are linpor. his mended Ideas.llowell The hvdrauluwas fw thin flush j, r

tan! and everyone should make worked out on II,,we.ll' ...wn
every effort to attend and nut
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees time at a colt of tOo '
ih: \a;.
leave It to the other "guy" to said
take care of everything
After receiving tit u i ill", of
There are still a few of the
j Naval Operations balers( ,\ add
BIB Iree-Row leagues that have held banquets
lint filter keeps and not sent In a report. Would In 1902 and 1963, H<,wnll ,aid
uw.l7Uado 11 11 oval Awl 1420 dolhas like to have them for public "I lUll like t., "10,H dings

Washes all the bed l linen for a family of four in just your lint Im Mn Ion. Leave them either Lanesor down, check them mi, we! what
one load. You "elect the wash cycle that's right for phone 2.316ft. Thanks. Also makes them work ,lId make
the load-regular, gentle or soak There are three With Me big looking for Info on the officers them work better 0.. .n put
NEW COLD.LOCK MAGNETIC wash water temperature and two rinse water g set bade. elected for the 1904.63 winter them back togethm lilt mi.'

DOORS temperature at your fingertips. leagues. Any help will be ap.
The new Easy-Vu control panel makes wash predated.
cycle selection quick and easy Ask to see the Furniture Fair Tournament- News From
., DEEP HAND IDOl STORAGE Norge 14 today. The Furniture Fair Champion
of Champions Tournament will be
TWIN PORCELAIN CRISPEIS N. ONLY held on May 22 and May 23 at County Records
V Pine Lanes and May 29 and May
ft Y.AR
with trade N N 2r, Lanka ha, need o.n.aq 30 at Brookside. (HAN /' Hf)( is" '
HUGGED, DEPENDABLE GOLDEN w. p .. .n1 hWr IN ter dr t .- eY The winning team of each lea. Loach, Ii" vs IU lI'd l p ,

V HEART COMPRESSOR < raMrxf Iv Ni.nel l f re.Whir." rkM N w.rM-ru"Mw p u"r."e, wM/wr $ 9 SINO gue from both Brookside Bowl '11'1 l Mlr> "II i I.r,,, r i ',' ,',
> i lobw r..li peal ,erdr. enter this tournament. four
1 Itmt rroIN.Melkr ,r.N., Lbw Nei nun Guy Oat by' vs til" :: K Dar
HMlt N r.ploMMM .! Le M I e.aM.was games will be rolled at by adoption.Lavanla .
Hwxl r.rIrM M a..Inid..aarM M aN ,
Mrtt each house, making a total of
Ml twiiwlolrf wr..ae teedI-a b dole;: SfACf 1 Ic'
hM dswN le dw N eight/ games In all.
.saints .rw Lawrence ...
bponcpr I II. 1.
: :R I G E Golden Hear! ReFrigerator start at low at $11999 wiwdwa k Ir vwelA .d pN-n. TUTII TRADE been This set year up specific and are rules availableon have Juann Ha,,,'l Myers v, L.1I

Merle My l 11'1.' 11 ".tMattke .
the entry blank Entries clone
t11I''' Shout- ,
at midnight May 11 and the feels
Lee Shoat( n., --. i .1.
I NORGE ELECTRIC RANGES ELECTRIC DRYER NORGE WASHER $20.00 per team, plus tax Shan Turner i Ii, u 13
Squad times will be> pine Turner II ,>ree.
Lanei, lay 22.700 and 1I:30pm.1May
AWE-1010 ; ,
ERE-1307 ERE-1304 hoary I- l ,1 t t vx J u1m I ",
DEE-1010 ,3.4:30 and 7 p.m. Brook and Joyoii I "ud .fmnd, I, "tu.WuiJa .
side Bowl..May 29 .
7:00 and it Bell*!" vs MID/
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11, I Baseball Roundup I Olympic Coach t ,

b By HAL BOCK als National League- pennant I Flays HypocrisyOver

Associated chances. A w
Press Sport Writer healthy Washburn

I When Wally Bunker nodded would give St. Louis a starting Winning
his okay to eager Baltimore staff that also Includes Ernie

Oriole scouts last summer and Broglio/ Bob Gibson, Curt Sim.
signed a $70,000 bonus contract mons and Roger Craig (
have to beat the Russians we
with the Orioles, he probably Apparently, Keane's patienceIs
should do It with our own svs-
never dreamed that he'd be deceived going to be rewarded.
tern and not be hypocrites, the
Into stardom Wash-burn had a two-hlt shut . . .. . .
But that's Just what happened out for six Innings, but seemedto coach of the U.S. Olympic track . . . .
and field team Insisted todi '.
to the 18.year.old pitching! prod. tire In the eighth when Tony )
"Who said we should fight fire
Igy Tuesday when Manager I Gonzales homered, and Ron with fire"" asked Bob Glegen. I 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, Mal, 1964 ,
Hank Bauer sent him out to the Taylor came on in the ninth to
mound against the Washington finish up. rack of Yale University, who .._--_._._-- -_.._..__.-
will lead our runners and Jumpers .
Senators. At San Francisco, meanwhile, ,
Into Tokyo October. I
The youngster hadn't worked Giants' Manager Al Dark tookan '. next
lot of
since the Orioles' final extilbl. extra" precaution with Wl'lIe gobbledygook. A
"We don't have to In to
tlon game and Bauer told himhe'd Mays, pulled him out of the their give
go Just tour or five Innings line-up because of the cold way. We don't have to sac.
our ideals. I'd
against the Senators. After five weather and let the Alou broth. rather stay

Innings Bunker had allowed Just ers, Matty and Jesus, lead the win home without than to honor.go over" there and

one hit and Bauer was about way to a 2.1 decision over
as far b Glegengack added a sobering
away from the bullpen Houston. '
voice to>> a growing of
phone as a manager could be. Elsewhere in the National
over the increased ath-
Four Innings later Bunker had League, Milwaukee's Warren letlc
strength of the In
his first major league victory Spahn stopped the New York the
M on a brilliant one.hltter and Mets 6.0 with a four.hitter for Olympic Games and a drop.
off In America's over.all medal
Bauer another starter for his I the 63rd shutout of his career
collection.The .
pitching rotation. i and Frank Robinson hit two r,. ,
s U.S. Committee
Chuck Hinton managed Wash. I homers in Cincinnati's 5-4 vie. o v Olympic

Ington's only hit off the young i tory over Pittsburgh The Los announced Monday a long.

right-hander In the fourth Inning Angeles Dodgers and range program, probably cost.
Chicago RACING I TO VI 1 leT 0 R millions
Y Ing aimed at
''Cubs Harold Abbott It' restoring
when the Senators scored were not scheduled.The t the helm' of the powerboat Rum
their rinElsewhere. Cardinals Jumped on Phil. runner M the craft spied along at high spud in nee from Miami' to Naasau. Rumrunner UJS. sports superiority Tues.

In the American 1 lies starter Jim Sunning for cov
League, the New York Van. 1 four hits and both their runs In were upon
to aid in the solicitation of
lees blew a lead in the ninth I the fifth Inning Johnny Lewis''
Olympic funds.
inning but came back to nip the leadoff double and
a single by
Detroit Tigers 4.3 in 10 Innings; Phil Gagliano produced one run. Stone Builders Win "The Russians have made a
Again propaganda vehicle out of
Los ; this
Angeles stole some of Kansas Singles by Curt Flood and Bill great sports spectacle said
City's home run thunder and White then brought in the
Gen. Rode O'Donnell
whacked the Athletics 8-1 and clincher. The loss was the fourth chairman
Boston blanked Cleveland 4.0, straight for the Phillies. of the! Olympic businessman's

Minnesota and Chicago were With Dark protecting Mays' Publix Market Beats TropicsStone finance committee

.not scheduled pulled leg muscle In the cold president Douglas of Roby the of U.S.Detroit Olympic, vice

Whitey Ford was coasting weather, Matty Moo playedrenter
Committee said the Rusclan
with a 2.0 lead through seven field and with Builders stayed un. ,
came up Despite uncertain fielding Fred Schmucker for three emphasis on sports was putting
Innings when Dick McAuUffe's three hits. His defeated and Publix Market sup. .
brpther Jesus won -- ---------
eighth-Inning homer closed the port, Rex Polly pitched a work. and tour hits in the first inning. tremendous pressure on the
collected two. Its second
Together they stralghlgamelnmen'ssoftball manlike nlne.hltter and Publix Tropics tied it up without bene. United States, "enhancing their SOLO STYLIST
gap for Detroit. Four straight Roberts of
the Pat
produced decisive run In the league action last night
won its second straight fit of a hit in the second. Publix own and downgrading our national I
hits put the Tigers on top In the firth when Jesus singled, stole at Gambler Park. after game Rabies, Calif., waves from Oakland pool after winning final
ninth losing Its first three. Publlx went back ahead, 5.3, In the Image.!
and knocked out Ford. second and scored Publix and Stone event to her
on Matty'ssingle will meet He retain AAU Indoor synchronized swimming titl*.
third, and Tropics tied It again suggested emphasis on
But New York rallied to tie It miscues up
Jack Sanford was the Thursday at 9:30 and some.one's women and .
an Inning later. sports on .port.luchII
In their half and then won it In winner with Bob Shaw's relief winning streak will be
the 10th on Tony Kubek's scoring Polly kept out of fur. The winning Public rally was gymnastics, fencing, weightlifting brugh, und Boyer and White,
triple broken
help. then. Thursday's first ther trouble by achieved In which the Russians 'L \ St. Louis, 13.
and a first-pitch single by Bob. issuing only one on a single by Mike ex. aguelead'ers
by Richardson. game matches Stahlman Pro. walk In the eame. Van Hall, triple by David Pease, eel. Runs batted in-Mays, San

Joe Adcock slammed two perty Maintenance and Tropics Publix got to losing pitcher singles by Pete Harvran, Polly, Lyman Bingham, executive Francisco, 25; Williams, Chlca.

home runs and Bobby Knoop hit It's Matter Of Drive short end Inn,of which last came up on the I and Van Weeks, plus two errors. director of the USOC, said there go; Stargell, Pittsburgh, and

one as the Angels ripped Kansas Stone scored five night's scores In Tropics rallied In the sixth for was strong pressure! from Congress B"a::.
City. It runs the Birdie Tebbetts three runs, and had the bases and other government American San Francisco .
snapped Athletics1 League
Inning to take a workable filled in bodies to 10; Howard, Los Angeles
the the Soviet
seventh before Polly copy Un.lon's ,
winning streak at three. lead Batting ((35 at bats)-Fregost
over Stahlman ,
then match '
Leaves 8.
Dean Survival Hospital got the last man out. Weeks strict discipline and spar. Los Freehan Detroit .
Chance saved Angeles .423
It for Says ed the losers run-for.run after ; Stolen bases-Willis
and Pease each had three hits tan training methods An.
Barry Latman who won Ms first that to get a 10.6 victory. Pub. TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) Clevp. .421
for Public, while Van Hall, Mike "One Russian can throw us in geles, 8; Harper, Chicago and
for Los Mlnne.
game Angeles. Us land Indians Puns Rollins
broke ,
a !5.5 tie with six Manager BlrdlnTebbetts
fifth. a dither he said.6lnaham's W. Davis, Los Angeles 6.
Rains ,
Havran and ,
Polly had two
Eddie Bressuud stretched his Inning runs and held on for an was to leave a Tucson sofa, 18; Oliva, Minnesota, 17.'
hitting streak to 16 Warren SDahn 11.8 each. Public obtained a total of too aide. Art Runs batted In Wagner PitchingMarlchal, San
straight verdict over Tronic hospital today after morn than a ,' Francisco 4.0
16 hits.Bud Lent 1.000 Farrell
added, "All we have to ; ,
In Boston's Cleveland 19 Colavlto Kansas
games victory over Jim Wheeler singled In two month of convalescing from a ; Houston
do Is lose Filcher Milwaukee
basketball ;
Shlmer singled three times a game to ,
Cleveland. The Indians made It heart City IS.
runs for attack. ,
MILWAUKEE (AP) Mil.1 Stahlman in the first for Tropics and Schmucker had the Russians, and all hell breaksloolfl. and Shaw, San Francisco, 30.
easy for the Red Sox commit. i "I've !been Home .
waukee southpaw Warren Spahn Inning, but the 2.1 lead dlsap. reading In the pa. two singles. Archie Turner We're hounded at every runs-Colavlto, Kansas 1 Strikeouts Bunnlng, Phlla.
ting five errors, three of them peared In the that I'm for the scor. City, 8 Allison
Is big Stone third pars through ; Minnesota, B. delphla and
an old hand at recognizing ed three runs.Harry turn, but there would really be Marlchal, San
by Woodle Held. inning. With seasori, but 1 don't believe it Stolen bases
and meeting challenges Now the bases ;tiled. a storm If we Insisted on putting -Aparlaclo, Bal.> Francisco, 31.
Dave Morehead picked up the he feels he faces Art Schulthels singled in one said Tebbetts, who has !been tlmore, 8; Davallllo and Wag
a stern test toretain our athletes under
victory with a flve-hltter, fan. his role run and Ed Swiss singled in two hospitalized since April 1.Tebbetts BillieReported control." government ner, Cleveland, and Charles, Navy fdbtball captain Fred
as ace of the
nine 10. Braves' more. An error and a fly ball will go to the Mayo Kansas City, 4. Marlin is t guard from Wood-
Glegengack and
pitching staff. agreed Intimated
"This is a matter of survival each allowed another runner to Clinic at Rochester, Minn., fora that the loudest yelp Pitching-McNally and Stock, bury N. J.
By MIKE RATHET score complete physical exanilna. Doing would Baltimore; Lamabe and Ra-
for the come from him.
Associated Press Sports Writer me, 43.year.old great Bill Parker tripled and Russ lion, and then to his hums at datz, Boston; Donovan and Kra.

"We couldn't want him much said after taking a cue from his ,Stahlman singled to get a run Anna Marla Island, Fla., for along Well ASSIGNMENT lick, Cleveland; Chance, Los An.
better," said St. Louis Manager younger mates and blanking the i back for the losers in the third. rest before returning to In Minors gelesand: Return, Washington, Men's and Ladies
New York Mete 6.0 : .
Johnny Keane "It means an hitter on a four Each team scored twice in the work. '\ Miss Nolene Blanchette, da:*,. LINCOLN Neb. (AP) Nebraska 2.0'I.OOO. SUMMER'SA'NDALS
awful lot to us to have him tlonal Tuesday for his 63rd Na. fifth, Stahlman hitting a two. "1 Intend to convince the doc. ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur celebrates the 100th an" Strikeouts Pena, Kansas

back." IOU the League kids shutout. run homer for his team's runs lure that I can get back as Arnold, 187 Broad Avenue, has niverasry of statehood in 1967 'City, 29; Kaat, Minnesota, 27.

Keane was talking about can keep goingwe're David Weeks hit a home run manager," said Tebbetts, still written The NEWS that while on and Nebraska Football Coach
pitcher Ray Washburn going to have one helluva ,down the wearing a deep tan five Bob All Sixes and Widths
who rightJleld line In the despite vacation in Asheboro.N. she Devaney has drawn one of National League
Tuesday night made his first pitching"Right staff, Spahn added. ,sixth for Stone, and Bill Hart weeks In the hospital visited with Harry BUlle, Naples' the more challenging centennial Batting (35 at bats) Mays,

start since returning from the toughest now in this staff Is the |ter tripled and losing pitcher Jim Dr. Arthur Dudley, heart spp. famed high school baseball star, assignments.. !San Francisco, ,468; Stargell, ROUSE'SDowntown

minors and scattered seven better do baseball." And I had i Wolf doubled to get that run back clallst, said Tebbetts has been now playing with the Gastonla Devaney was appointed chairman 1 Pittsburgh, ,373.RuneMaya .

Philadelphia hits before needing my Job. 1 for Stahlman. Winning hurler making "a very satisfactory re. Pirates. of a centennial subcommit San Francisco,

nlnth.lnnlng relief help In the evened Spahn's 352nd! victory, which j Ed Swiss prevented further scor. covery."' "'At present Harry is playing tee whose job it will be to make \22; Williams, Chicago; Aaron,

Cardinals' 2.1 victory over the was his| season record at 2.2, i ing.Swiss Any kind of a recovery is first base while BobArnone, reg certain that the Nebraska Com-I Milwaukee; Clemente, Pitts.
Just what
Phlll Ie.. handed the biggest left had two singles driving satisfactory," Tebbetts retorted ular first baseman Is out with a huikers play In one of the major .
Washburn has purposely beer winner In baseball his |In two runs and scoring three Asked what he would do If the dislocated shouIder/'Nolene said bowls Jan. 1, 1967 so that half- ---- .

brought along slowly by Kean, tory to.back needed.. It followed back. more. Schulthels and Weeks doctors ruled he could never return in her letter. "Gastonla has a 3.2 Line ceremonies can be used to

who feels the young right-hand two hit victories by i also had two hits. Swiss allowed to the team, Tebbetts replied season record so far and Coach call attention to the state's ten

er figures heavily in the Cardln. and southpaw Denny Lemaster, 2S.1 l six hits and struck out "If I don't go back to Clear says Harry Is one of the tennial.
righthander Hank Fischer, f five. Wolf baseball, I'll be dead" Centennial
had 10 strikeouts. hottest potentials In the minors Commission Chairman -
a flve.hltter by Bob Sadow. Tebbetts, brought out in a and will probably go all the way." A. James Ebel of Lincoln, ; oar
ski 28 .
and a one Mtter
by Tony wheelchair for who
BaseballStaindingsf his first news Nolene recently completed her made the tangue-In-chcek:

Clonlnger"Those, 23. Florida State conference since the heart al. studies at MlamUDade Junior appointment, said there will be

throw kids not only can tack, described his condition College and Is on her way to New no objection If Devaney arranges
," but they know how to 'like this: "I can walk, not run, York to work at the World's Fair. for further television exposure in Byt GLADYS AND QUINTIN VAN DEft LEER

pitch, Spahn said. "If I don't League to the nearest exit." While In Asheboro,Nolene attend bowl game appearances in 1965
win my 20, I could be in trouble Despite his and
eagerness to get ed "Joe College" weekend at 1966 si well.
by THE ASSOCIATED PRLSS next year And I intend to stick By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSW. i back to the Tribe, Tcbbetts Duke University. Devaney's Comhuikers, the

American League around s a starting pitcher, 1.. Pct G.B.Da)10na said he was not worried about 1961 Big Eight champions, defeated -

W. 1.. Pct G.H. not as a hang.r.on." B'ch 12 3 .800 the league.leadlng team belniwithout Navy's football team will play Auburn in the Orange Bowlat

Cleveland 9 !3! .643 Lauderdale 12 4 ..750i! Its manager only two tames at Annapolisnext Miami last Jan. 1. hmJ

Chicago 8 3!! .Gil!! 1'2, T Yesterday's St.Petersburg 9 6 .600 3 I Illlaid acting manager fall. The Middies play Thoroughbred rle ml'a Hell of
Baltimore 0 7 .633 1 Tampa 8.7 .333 4 George Strickland "Is doing a William & Mary there on Sept. Fame is in the National Museum
New York 7 8 .a38 Ili Lakeland 7.7 .500 4t>/.I great Job." 26 and Duke on Nov. 14. of
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MinnesotaDetroit 9 9 .500 Z Stars Miami 6 9 .400 6

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Los Angeles 8 10 .444 3 By THE ASSOCIATED: PR i Orlando 2 12 .143 B'/t' End Of SeasonCLEARANCE

Kansas city 7 9 .438 3 PITCHING Wally Bunker, Tuesday's Results
Boston 7 9 .438 3 Orioles, pitched a one.tutter I In Fort Lauderdale 3, Daytona OUR BIGSELECTION

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2 From NaplesWin r- Wtdneidav, May (. 1934 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9

111111 NAPLES
Badge From I

ll Notebook Scout Council

rhenmul Recognition Dinner t r tCONQUERORS

L (Costleaed Iron are 3)Reed's v.L of the GulfcoastGlrl Scout
Council Inc. was held on Friday \
May 1, In the First Methodist -

first year in her new home on Short lane, since Church roots Gorda.
The program started with snag
becoming a permanent resident of Naples. ceremony by the Cadette

For reservations for the annual luncheon and business scouts of Neighborhood #6, The

meeting of the Naples Community Hospital Auxiliarycall Invocation was given by the

Mrs. R. D. Case at MI 2.2331. The time is 12:30 Reverend Russell A, Lenox of
the First Methodist Church.
and the place the Beach Club. Vice Mayor, Clifford Daniels,

Guest speaker Mrs. Ray Perkins will talk on "Public welcomed the Gulfcoast Girl

I Relations Through Association." Mrs. Perkins is directorof Scout Council and friends to

the West Central District of the Association of Hospital Puma Gorda. Theguestspeak- a
er was Mrs. Mildred Wldgery,
I Auxiliaries. executive director of Suncoast
I Girl Scout Council Tampawho

I "MOUSE" READY TO ROAR related some of experiences

I "The Mouse That Roared," produced by the Naples New as an Zealand International In 1963.Visitor to f

Players is scheduled for Friday and Saturday nights May The awarding of Thanks

8th and 9th. Among the regular supporters of The Badges proved to be the high- AND CONQUFHH When General Tully Bascom
Players who plan to attend Mr and Mrs. Charles P. light of the evening. This Is
are the award commander in thief of the 28 man army of the grand duchy of Fenwick,
highest to an
McCool Their son, Charles R, McCool, is director of the adult member of the given Organiza led his 28-man army against the United States he made a prize catch, the

comedy. Mrs. Florence Walker and Mr and Mrs. Thomas tion. Those receiving Thanks capture of an American General "The Mouse that Roared" a Naples

Provenzano will be there as will Mr and Mrs. Ad Miller t LJ 'H Badges were Mesdames: A.E Players production will play Friday nnd Saturday nights at the Naples
I Junior High School auditorium It being directed Charles R. McCool.
and Mr and Mrs John Bryam The Bryams do the rYw HerralJ John DeWitt Roberta by
re McFarland. and C.S. Ilebler of Shown above, from left, Paul Gomes, playing the part of Tully Bascom ;
views for the NEWS. Sarasota: Mesdames Ruth Martin A. O (Tex) Miller, a Fenuick soldier; Uobut Martel, the American General
Also there will be Mrs H. W Dinkmayer and Miss Marilyn Barker, and Sena- and George Pollock, a Fenwick soldier (NEWS photo)

Louise Gates Mrs. Dinkmeyer will be saying goodbyeto tor Travis Gresham of Fort
: ? w wxra Myers, and Mesdames Francis lie spoke| In the While House
her friends. She leaves LIU Autographs
soon to visit in St Charles, flower garden before official of Social Security Visit
,_ ..,.. ___._. Ford and E.W. Timberlake of
Mo., before going to Three Lakes, Wisc. for the summer n'q'- Naples. Baseball For the society headed by Chairman
MRS. RAY PERKINS:: A Social Security
William C. Breed Jr., of New represen-
Mr and Mrs. Fabian Mcintosh, Miss Berdena Mc. Those receiving Certificatesof Sclerosis Fund York. tative from the Branch OfficeIn

Intosh, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Watson will go to Hospital Auxiliary Appreciation were: Mesdames WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. Johnson added\ his autograph Fort Myers will be In Everglades -
one of the performances The Watsons are here from James Kane, E.R. Laub dent Johnson, launching the an. to a baseball which will be given tomorrow, Thursday,
Pittsburgh for May and June in the Ira McFarland and W.S. Skarberg Braden- nual campaign for funds of the, to the volunteer worker who ob. from 3 to 5 p.m, lie will be
guest tool Mesdames: Stanley Moran National Multiple Sclerosis So. twins the largest number of con. available at Everglades City
house lust off Third Street, North Mrs. Mcintosh and Luncheon TomorrowMembers and Katherine Bosshart of Sara- clety today urged all Amerl. trlbutora In the fund campaign.
Mrs. Watson are sisters. sota: Mrs. Donald louse of Port cans to support efforts to find The baseball also bears the Hall.The representative's next
and guests of the developing for the group the signatures of the late President
Charlotte: Mesdames Vernon the cause and cure of the crip
The Leonard trip to Immokalee will be Mon-
Lathams are always loyal supporters of Naples Community Hospital theme, "Volunteer Service John F. Kennedy and former
Peeples, Joyce Hlndman, Earl pi Ing dlse..e."W.
The Players. Mr Latham was one of the founders and Auxiliary will meet for luncheon What It Means to Patient and Bredemeyer, E.R. Mattson,and cannot rest In this country Presidents Dwight D. Elsenhow.er day, May 11. Office hours In
has directed productions. Mr and Mrs. Latham annual reports and a talk Hospital." Elwood Saffron of Fort until we conquer It," John. Harry S. Truman and Her. Naples are on each Thursday
many Myers.
go by a district director of Flor- ton said. bert Hoover, from 0:30: a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
to Cape Cod soon for the summer months. ida Hospital Auxiliaries on

Others in the audiences will include Miss Dorothy Thursday May 7, at the Beach

Davis, Mr and Mrs. Holcombe Jones, Mr and Mrs. T Club Hotel at 1230. IT'S HERE NOW! .

Henry Boyd, Mrs E. P. Everhard, and Mr and Mrs. Randolph Mrs.luncheon R.D.arrangements.Mrs. Case has chargeof .

Fuller Sr.
Ray Perkins Bradenton -
Mrs. Everhard is lust back from Jacksonville where district director, West

the and Mrs. Michael Chance attended the Southeastern Central; District Association
Hospital and Hospital Auxiliary Conference. Florida Hospital Auxiliaries, The Fabulous All NewPly.outh
will be guest of the auxiliary
The Fullers recently entertained Mrs. Fosters sister, and speak on the subject,"Pub-

Mrs Eliot Vestner, and Col. Vestner, Hard to believe lic Relations Through Associa

but just two weeks ago the Vestnsrs had to shovel snow tion." .
Mrs Perkins, wife of a retired Barracuda
from their driveway before they could leave Alexandria, army colonel. Is currently -

Va., for FloridaLatest serving as second vice pre-

publicity and public --
relations chairman for the aux- t ;rT ? t,, rsir'' t
Tests Show LBJ's iliary to Manatee Memorial
Hospital In Bradenton.She .
lived formerly Denver,
Colo., where she was presidentof
Heart Now To Be NormalWASHINGTON theVomen's Association of

... ." 111, Central, Presbyterian Church, i
(AP)-Despite ous parts of the country as wellas a director of the TWCA, mem-
the whirlwind pace he's been the White House were avail. ber of the National Association -
keeping, President Johnson able for interviews on the sub. of Parliamentarians and of
heart-the heart that sufferedan Ject. the Denver Press CounciL
attack In 1955-Is apparentlystill But one doctor outside the Joseph G. Bertolarnt, Naples Pa.S
doing fine. White House-who has nothingto Community Hospital Ad-
do with President Johnson
That was the Indication from
will also
speak ,
the White House today In an. case-told a reporter the Infor.
swer to a query concerning the mat Ion given out by the White
state of the President's health. House together with the obvl.
The query was motivated by ous fact that Johnson has been Started Music
the fact the President, ever leading a fast work pace add
since he took office, has main. up to this, in his opinion Store Bets
talned a fast and vigorous work. "The fact that he has been By
Ing schedule-ranging from sud. able to maintain the pace gives
den airplane trips to fast.paced reassurance that his coronary On LongshotsHOLLYWOOD
on.the.hoof news conferencesheld attack of 1955 was well.healed." .
on the quarter.mlle drive. The doctor said the medical (AP)-This ls kt
way behind the White House.At details given out by the White Hollywood Boulevard-
least one published report House could be Interpreted this Looking for a copy of a song / r F FF
has said some of Johnson as. way you loved years ago? Chances
sociates have been worried I. "Normal" EKGt Means are you could find It at Ring's r,
about his energetic pace In that the electrical.conducting sheet music store on Cherokee ir l
view of his history of having system that makes the heart Avenue Just around the corner
had one heart attack. work was not damaged perma. from the Boulevard.For I
However, there are Indica. nently by Johnson's coronary 20 years the shop has
tlons the President knows how thrombosis in 1855.Z. been operated by Stanley Ring,
to mix rest and relaxation with "Normal" pulse Means a man who Is short of stature
his fast.stepping work day. that Johnson hearths respond. and long of memory, Necesiar.lly .2
The White House said John. Ing well to Its work.load-.that so, In order to hunt up songs
son'a latest electrocardiograph Is, It'i not going too fast, or too from among the 450,000 differ.
examination teat of his heart slow. ent titles he stocks
function-ehowed a normal find S. "No enlargement of the "How many songs do I know?
ing. The same Is true of his heart't Means for one thing Goodness, I have no way to fig AE ,
pulse, blood pressure and that the area of heart muscle ure," he says "But I can find t'
breathing rate.Furthermore. damaged when a clot blocked most requests, once I get the .fa M
there is ''IIo.n. Johnson coronary artery dur. title straight Trouble Is, people t-t
largement of the heart," the ing the 1955 attack has healed give me the wrong titles" !
White House said. It was the well. It also means that unaf. The narrow store teems 1
first technical word on John. fected muscle In the heart has Dickenslan with Us dim lights, Y6 .
son'a health since Dec. 4, shortly been able to carry the heart water-stained walls and carton
after he took office. workload without becoming en. upon carton of old sheet music
None of Johnson's own doc. larged. stacked in every corner. Ring,84 :
tors--and he has them In varl. Signs that the President fits the premises well; he la
knows how to taper off from a cheery-eyed, with cheeks that
hard-driving schedule Includethe puff up when he smiles and
Both Back Home following spectacles that keep sliding
During his walkathon In the down his long nose. -___ ----4i--
And They're Glad White House back yard last Sat. Born in San Francisco, he = _i I .
Mrs. Barbara Lamb of urday he told reporters he is us. started his long career with I w5 ,r'i -$ Aso 4 i
Frans Hair Designs has returned ually in bed by 11 p.m. and songs as a singing newsboy In ---
to her home at 1283 watches television or reads un. New York City. He debuted In -
tu about Z a.m. an Elsie Janls show at 10 and
Barblzon Lane Brookslde Village He Is awake by 6.4S a.m._u. spent years In vaudeville with
and U convalescing following tomatlcally, and without any comedy sketches When vaude.
surgery. alarm clock he Indicated-but yule died, he turned to a sheet FREE BARRACUDA
Mrs. Tess Smith of GAC he stays abed a couple of hours music store in Los Angeles and
Finance has also been released after that, reading, or just rest. it did well until a fire consumedhis
from the hospital following total assets.
surgery and Is back at her home Ing.Thus, he Indicated he rests He wanted to open a shop In REFLECTO SPOON !
at 78312th Street, North up to 10 hours, even though he'snot Hollywood, but his fire iniur. :/
sleeping that long. once agent had skipped. Although .
Apple end pineapple art turpniintly Moreover, he swims before be had no knowledge of THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
good flavor mates. lunch_nd takes a nap every horses, Ring placed $2 bets on
Use them in a salad and find out' afternoon.SUMMER loncihots with bookies all over If ii Y
To who take demonstration drive and has
'doWntown L.A. In 30 days he every car owner a an

had) made 1400, enough to start appraisal made on his trade.in. We give a credit slip to be presentedto
RATES the Hollywood store .
P "This place has turned prof.It ', W T, GRANT for your free spoon.
from the day I opened on
FUNdrhf Ieeart Nov IS, 1943," said Ring. The ,

lfGlf! 53461; unique.collection reason Youthful appears of old to sheet Writer be music that hit It N. TAMITRAILW': O. 01 US. 41

54 FLORIDA SouthVenice
*,,1..11 msMmi Charles Lutwedge Dodgson
who, as Lewis Carroll wrote Fla.
3-"Dat/Weekend//oute "
$9 1IuDk "Alice In Wonderland beganhis
Come Anytime aiCAr-Ue Anytime literary career at the age
of 13. when he wrote and II.
'"_ "*' / \ :;. ..WRECK BARpLfII lustrated "Useful and Instructive Midway
? jfLTf. iMufH/ **.. ear wncr tnpw CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Inc.
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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, May I, 1964 Women Try Out i
News From p
p't Bonita
., Tr Two-Wheel Taxi i

Direction Of Nation's BethuneThe NewsBy Plan In London I'I

r LONDON (AP)-Two pretty
Flamingo Men's Club of young women began operating

the community is sponsoring a RAE WEARA an experimental two.wheel taxi
Economy Pleases LBJ Popularity Contest to be heldon r # 1 + special meeting of the John service today for busy business.

Friday May 22, at 8:30 0'.
Murphy Post No. 303 and their men.Their
clock In the El Morocco Build. vehicles are mopeds-
WASHINGTON (AP>-Presl. ly, estimating that $1,000 Invest. Ing Young women of the commun. dish auxiliary, preceded by a motorized bicycles with a seat

dent Johnson said today ho is ed In .1 salvaging an unemploy.ab1quutp ity are contestants and the one dlnnerwas heldSundayMay behind the driver for one pas.
In the Legion home
pleased with the direction the gilt turn $40,000 or raising the most money will be senger.
nation' economy Is headed: but; morKi., .M* IUettme.I. crowned "Miss Flamingo."' 's fr Four hundred dollar in Certl. "Too many businessmen are
testes of Indebtedness were paid,
1 it's almost k oyyr
concerned with some other Insulting to being trapped In London's
aspect of America, Inducting urge you to enlist In this war Mrs. L.N. le would like to which makes a total of $2,000 crowded streets," said Jenny

diseases, poverty and civil for economic motivations, ThisIs take this opportunity to Includethe which have been redeemed under Redgrave, 27. "We are con.
right. a moral challenge that goesto name of the following per. Commandor Don Trew's admin vlnced we can take them

He urged the Advertising the very roots of our clvlllza suns who were present and gave islratlon. through traffic quicker and
Council In a prepared speech to tlon and asks If we are willing gifts at her housewarmmgsMrs. The acUvltles for 19634964 cheaper than four. wheeled
get In the front line In the war to make personal sacrifice for Bernice Rubin Mrs.Don'as How. year for both post and auxiliarywere taxis"

on poverty. the public good," Johnson said. ard, Mr and Mrs. Eugene C. given by Commander Trew Said Beryl Swan, 28, the other
"There I I. hardly a com muni. "1 can say the same thing Williams and Mrs. Lucille Brad. and President Mrs Marten Guld. driven "This is an experiment.

ty In this country where fit,\er about the civil rights legislation shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Hicks. "it"" -\i\! er, which were Identical to those If It works, then we're In bust
ty doe not have some beach now before Congress. Panhellenic presented when the 8th District ness."

head, and the hardest tattle> Those who say this is a political The following persons will at. Constitutional Conference was "If they begin plying for hire
are going to be fought riff)"I In gimmick are doing a gross In. tend the slate track meet to be -.... held in Punta Corda last week. we shall object most strenuous.

your home town," Johnson l.ad. Justice to the basic convictionsof held In Miami May 8 and 9: The local post won trophy for ly," said Dennis Olive, secre.

He said the war on poverty a democratic society: that Irene Warren, Jerallne Scott, .,' Spring Tea outstanding accomplishment. tary of the cabowner drivers
makes good sense economlr.il. men cannot live unto them. Florenzella Fuller,Barb.lra Aus. A National Life MembershipGold association

selves alone; that the right gwid, Shirley Christopher, Joyce w ( Card) earned for outstanding .
kind of democracy Is bound In. Vereen and Edna Scott WllngwlthCoach jS! PROSPECTIVE service over the years since

gether by the ties of neighborliness Alphonzo E. Hear&t. college girls the local American Legion's Nasser Gets Out
Free Trade ." were guests of the Greater Na. ceptlon In 1956, was awarded to I

Surely, he said, enlightened The Domingo Women's Social. pies Panhellenic Council at its Arnold A. (Pete) Peterson. ThisIs

businessmen believe that all Civic Club will hold a rummage spring tea Sunday afternoon at the second such honor coming Royal TrappingsFor i

members of the public should sale on Flrday and Saturday In the home of Mr. Frank M. Crit- to a member of this post, the

Gets Boost have equal access to public falittles front of Mrs.Charlotte Mitchell's tenden, 220 Forrest Lane Fif. other being to Everet M. Rea. Nikita !
for hard. StayCAIRO \ I
: be equally eligible business. teen Naples Senior high school
The Bonita American Legion
federal benefits financed by the
y seniors attended and are shown Band, under the direction AP) Ex King i
of the (
public> and should have an equal This week, May 4.8, 1964 rS
From Talks chance to vote for public offl. Is sot aside for Committee Meet. In the upper photo with their Director Rodney Crater, played Farouk's royal railway carriage
dais and to send their children Ings and Conference with state hoiteisea In the middle pic. constantly during the supper as has been polished up to carry I

to good public schools and to representatives In all Collier tune, Mrs. Crittenden, the hoi- well as the program that follow Soviet Premier Khrushchev
GENEVA (AP) The drive ed. They are improving around Egypt when he arrives
their talents to the each
that contribute County schools participating. Mr teat (seated), serves coffee to
President John F. Kenned
concert given. The Commanderand this weekend for a visit. A
Adams of Miami will\ visit with
started to tree world trade got a public Mrs. Carl Hauber, president of
the director would be couple of gingerbread palaces
"These are the goal of this Btthune School on Thursday.The happy
green light today from the chief bill-and these are the moral the group. Below with Mrs to Interview anyone with a must have also been prepared for his

negotiator at the 75-natlon Ken. objectives," he said. members of the Bethune Hauber (seated) are, from left, cal background who might be In. stay."We

nedy Round talks Calling the advertising execu. !School family want to thank the Y Mrs James Adams, secretary; terested. are grateful to Khrushchev
i The
, the world' trading giants lives "the great persuaders," community, Atlantic Coast Line + Mrs. Frank D. Perdue, treasure and we are going to
United States, Britain and Johnson asked their help to Railroad Company>gglerCarn. Mrs Crittenden and Mrs. show him so," a ranking mem.
the European Common 1 ;
Market t ; ber of President Carnal Abdel
communicate the of ival and those :
Agreed to negotiate on the urgency Company Tampa, ; Don Berry, vice-president. See RightsBill Nasser's Inner circle told an
these programs "Help us to persons behind the scene, concession ,.!IIo.
basis of a 50 per cent, across.the.board <<'" American friend.
persuade the frightened, the and ticket sellers, for
reduction In tariffs skeptical, and the cynical that their: support and cooperation _. .__ .. .., ... .. In Egyptian eyes, the Soviet
But Is only a goal, and the .. ( '-' "" -l.. ... "." .Hi:
that leader helped them break the
final'cuts that the American society Is In the during the carnival's tenure here. ..,il' i.f tt- ,'\ "fl"'. .... "II"- Test
won't .
much. average balance and the future of our The venture was quite a success ', tr f! v" f 49awiF, 7IlPrrr' ,,! Western arms embargo in 1955,
"j'P got them past post- uez eco
land at Make, he said. and we look forward to a bigger "
When negotiations are con. Johnson said that as long as and better show next year. nomlc sanctions from the West
eluded, In 1965orl9C6the business labor and "We welcome Ideas hPS and financed the prestigious
govern. sugges
should be more business for all $ Vote
dam at Aswan. Either of these
ment operate In an atmosphere lions or what have you III making Today
and a brake on rising prices, would have earned Khrushcheva
of mutual trust, "I see no reason this annual affair a more succe.s.tul dw
This 1* the purpose of the Ken (
warm welcome. The three together
why the expansion should one, said Eugene C. Wll. I
nedy Round of trade negotla not continue." Hams, principal; and Mary Jo WASHINGTON (AP) After rate much more, and
tlons, which the General Agree. He said almost every day Bobbltt, PTA President. A 49 days of talk In the civil Khrushchev's reception here
inert on Tariffs and Trade- rights debate the Senate
finally will show It, officials say.
brings good news about the
GATT opened In Geneva this economy and that many people Dates for commencement: ex. reaches the voting stage todayon He Is expected to stay in I

week. have been surprised by what excises at Bethune High SchoolIn one of the dozens of amend. Egypt 20 or more days and
Even some Communist countries the free enterprise system Is Immokalee have been announc. ments pending to the bitterly Egyptians are hopeful nothingwill
will go along In this doing. ed by Principal Eugene C. Will. disputed bill. mar his visit, his first to
attempt to Improve trade Only an Informal agreementhas Africa. There Issues
Only this morning, Johnson lams as follows: q I Ii are no major
Czechoslovakia already Is been reached for this Initial relations be.
a threatening
said 15
Chairman May
Walter W. I lei. junior. senior pro.
member of GATT Poland Is ler of the Council of Economic menade;; May 24 senior break. test But supporters and foes of tween the Soviet leader and

working hard for greater partlrl. Advisers told him private mm. fast and baccalaureate; May 23: the measure said that at least Nasser, one high-placed spokes
pat Ion. farm residential construction'class night; May 27_commence one vote would be taken, prob. man said, and Nasser was pic
American officials were outlays rose slightly in April. I ment ably late in the afternoon. tured as ready to do everything
pleased to pin down the 50 per The preliminary figures estl. i The vote, on a Jury trial po.slblexcept surrender his
tent figure, even as only bas. amendment of Sen. Thruston to
a mated outlay to be 10 B. neutrality make Khru.
Is for work. President Charlesde above per cent Willie B. GunnGraduated Morton, R.Ky., will not be es. shchev's trip rewarding.In .
a year ago. .., .
Gaulle's government fearful f "' r' 'il..1 (;'-J I ;yr \ All peclally meaningful return of 1
: ,
except course
Johnson of pos. Egyptians
or toughter foreign competition rible diseases"spoke such"tragic as cancer, ter. From ';' ift'u."eL '( ."J"-.,,(... "... 'Pf... ........."Z<< I '. slbly as an Icebreaker in the would like to get pledges i
: '
tor France' growing industry } ::L marathon debate.Democratic for new economic assistance toward
and '
multiple sclerosis, but told Aviation School >s..l ;; ,
had opposed setting this reduc. the advertisers that "the most 0-' .l. J'' Leader Mike their coming second five-
tlon, the maximum allowed by dangerous sickness Marine Private First Class ,, ... ': Mansfield said he was hopefulhis year plan. As a starter, $120
of all
I .. "
American law, as the official dally In a democracy Is espe. Willie B. Gunn, son of Mrs. "'i "" ;'i7 'i\ I \ colleague would go ahead million would do.
public t9nNw -
aim of the talks. upalhy." Willie B. Gunn of '2624 Davis" ,.. "" + ..,, ,, .("- 'I'.v11q",4'nIDal .anr .,w.1 ,. promptly and take all of the Warmth has not always exist.
U.S. tariffs, though twice cut Blvd I I" : votes needed to dispose of the ed between Nasser and Khru.
Naples was graduated PT .
In half over the last 30 year, April 16, from, the Aviation ..: .,... 1T.\ : rf:: : Y .... .1 Jury trial Issue, finishing with it shchev. Despite his neutralismand

still\ are In many cases much Volkswagen Rams :..It' _... tonight or Thursday.But occasional pro-Soviet positions .
Electrician's School at the Naval "
higher than the tariffs of other ... A1'1 + -,, he pointed out there Is no Egypt's Socialist leader
countries. Cow; 3 Men Hurt Air Technical Training Center ''' '. : .. sr.' &i :h..1/ r .q assurance that this can be done. has engaged In loud arguments

A rule Is to be worked out that A collision with a black cow Jacksonville ., ,jt .' 'ea Ut.r"s ; V k Ordinarily when the Senate with Khrushchev
will cut these higher American sent three young men from Im. The 22-week course gave him A' ... -.. -. "' ...." -... begins voting on amendments to
tariff by the full SO per cent mokalee early Tuesday morning a working knowledge of electrl. a major bill, the leaders have
and reduce the corresponding to the Naples Community "" .pl. cal theory aircraft electricaland :' obtained an Iron-clad agreement Easy Living Is

European tariffs by a lower tal for treatment and observation. Instrument systems, trouble Tf: RadioBy Methodist YouthTo fixing an hour for the roll call Blamed For Need

margin, perhaps 25 per cent. Willie Fred Thornton, driver shooting, maintenance and .. ". ., ,( ,i: .. or limiting debate on each
Each country Involved also of the Volkswagon panel bus, and repair -. Have Work Day amendment to an hour or two. To Cut Calories

will! submit lists of exceptionsfor passenger Peter Crosley and He Is scheduled to report CYNTHIA LOWRYAP This 1* accomplished by describing But nothing of the kind has WASHINGTON
Items which must be dealt Johnnie Alklns were victims for duty at the Marine Corps Television-Radio Writer highs, lows, troughs, pressure Next SaturdayMembers been possible on the House nutrition (AP) Top
with separately, A deadline of of the wreck which occurred Air Station El Toro NEW YORK (AP) The systems, rain or snow pat. of the IntermediateYouth passed civil rights bill. Thus a recommended experts back the
dally calorie In.
Sept. 10 was set for these lists about 11:50 p.m. Monday on State weather show has been developed terns from coast to coast Then, Fellowship group of the vote can come only when the 19 take for
that I I. when the tough bar. Road 846 about one mile east ofJmmokalee. A graduate of the Murphy High Into a curious Institution. at the end like the climax of a First Methodist Church will Southerners fighting it tall si. blamed Americans today-end I
gaining will start. School Mobile, Ala., Goon entered lent and easy living
permit the test.
All that viewer really dramatic show come the words hold a work day Saturday, May They also Included
In their
The New York Times reported State Trooper| James Peacock the Marines In February want to know I I. what to expect. we've been waiting for-whether 9, when the members will baby Both Democratic and Republican figuring the rather substantial

today that the Soviet Union, who Investigated the case said 1963. That vital Information can be to plan on rubbers or sunshadesthe alt, mow lawns, wash dishes, leaders voiced concern Intake of calories through alco.
which has repeatedly denouncedthe the Volkswagen was travelling passed along In a few concise next day. Iron, wash cars, do yardworkand Tuesday that Invitations from hollc beverages -
Common Market, has put between 50 and 55 miles per JUST ASK sentence. Jack Benny soon will\ |he leaving odd Jobs for anyone who want President Johnson for an out-of- the afternoon beer and recognizing the be.
out tentative feelers about es.tabllshlng hour, headed west on SR846 when Nt.11 YORK tAP) Questions But CBS for NBC, but devoted them. town trip might delay the final fore-dinner
television feels cocktail.
relations with the the cow, along the side of the about claims and benefits are visual. So the weather must be fans will still be able to see They are trying to earn money Jury trial votes until next week. For the moderately active
West European economic bloc road, Jumped In front of the no problem here at the home girls him at the same number on the with which to attend the Chris. The President, leaving early 145.pound ,
A Times dispatch from Gen. vehicle. The vehicle travelled office of New York 65, nonprofit boys are equipped with maps, dials. Reruns will be broadcastby tlan Adventure Camp at Lees. Thursday for another tour of male 25.year.old American
said Western health and medical In. chalk, pointers, cartoons, moving late Appalachia, invited senators the dally calorie quota
eva CBS
diplomats are about 77 feet tideway, turned on Sunday afternoons burg In June. has been
arrows and Illustrations dropped by 300 from
peculating that the Russian over and travelled another 27 surant plan for the elderly of next fall His new pro. The group Is composed of sev. from the states he will visit to a 1958 -
clouds recommendation of
snow sun
and 3,200
soon will\ accredit a mission to feet before coming to a stop. Staff members can reply in hurricanes. even grams will\ be seen on NBC Fri. enth, eighth and ninth grade boy accompany him.It calories to 2,900.

the Brussels headquarter of The Injured were given emer. French German, Spanish, Greek day evenings. and girls, Anyone Interested In was learned that a Demo. The Food and Nutrition Board
the Common Market. gency treatment at the scene Portuguese, Italian Syrian and Television/ Is also a commercial Raymond Burr will\ make one obtaining their services may call cratlc leader protested sharplyto of the National I
"The Russian Interest appear then taken to the hospitalby Polish And although no sick medium, so the weather of his occasional appearances MI 2.2998 or the church office, the White House, declaring Sciences National Academy of
to be an application of the max Trooper Peacock. Centurions have called in, one show is dragged out to a length outside his "Perry Mason" show 24257. this would mean an upset to the Council-"the that Research
panel decides
pmt It you can't lick them, Join The cow was only slightly scholarly staffer reads and that will support two or three on May 12, playing a l lawyer on delicate negotiations which fi. minimums for vitamins and

them," the Times said. Injured. speaks Latin messages from the sponsor. "The Red Skelton Show." Aldersgate nally had produced a willing maximums for calories cited
ness for some votes.
the cuts In its
new recommend.
However, some of the sena.
Meeting HereThe ed
tors said they would decline the dietary allowances
= = It called for
Tremendous Invitations a 200.calorl.drop
Spring and remain behind
Aldersgate Circle of in the
for the votes.Man.fleld dally quota for Its "re.
the Woman's Society of Christ ference woman"25.year.old,
told a reporter no
ian Service met Tuesday at the request from any senator had 128-pound female who !In 1958

home of Mrs. John Gray Seventeen come to him for delays because was allotted 2,300 calories, but
members were should now get along on 2,100.
present. of the presidential trip. He said
Mrs. J.Arthur Stewart directed that If there were absentees, he The report said that while alcohol .

the lesson on prayer. would be glad to arrange pairsa In small quantities can

I Members present Included: device often used to protecta diet provide energy, a high alcohol
Important nutrl-
Mesdames Douglas Smith missing senator on a vote.
ents and
accounts at least in
Oft the Senate floor Demo
Royal Ranney Harry Liner, part for the metabolic diseasesthat
cratlc and Republican leaders
Jr., E.P. Everhard, NorwoodB. come with alcoholism.
continue a series of meetings
Boles, Jr., D.P. Cleaver The board
with Atty. Gen. Robert F. Ken. said It was lower.
John Gray, Austin Evans, Tay nedy which may have much t to Ing the dally calorie count out
lor Hayes Danny Hayes Sam of concern for the ease of
do with the final fate of the bill
WHEN? NOW IN PROGRESS WHERE? England Louis Moore, J. modern American living and the
Arthur Stewart. James E. Mil One earthquake zone stretchesfrom decreased physical activity.

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Wednesday. May I, 1964 COLLIER 101 M > v ;A 11

I I /. Postmaster Clears Up


TO BUY 10 s\\\. TO RENT Misunderstandings On

New Postal RegulationsThe

plgaE 11kiSw I I

NEIA cr1r vast "lajority of the re- stqes\ i I'rovlcll:

be affected money order irr I
I I t, aldonts of :Naples Mil not

b> the recently-announ tually every cit

ced adjustments In parcel post are not sold ir

Midway 2-2107 and post office window services. flee on saturda .

Postmaster J. Kenneth Rogers 3. (fonsolld

laid today will continue to i r %

sawl l services-- .,
explained state
.... Rogers
---- - - ,,
- ment was prompted by some pares (post trap rl,

misunderstanding about Die glstry, c.oj. .i' tic ,

1 I-Announcements 38-Autos For Sale 49-Houses For Rent ., t a+ scope of these changes. 4. Cost offices ,' rmal1y

open on I a ,
the local
I bdrm house furnithad Call Kecapptng postal .
SALON be "etoseii d i .
Mt 3191 after I:: II p.m. situation the Naples postmaster not
1626 E. T.ml.ml Trail EVERY DAY 3/Slit bias win be opri:, -
Midway 26572 'orillr pointed to these facts;
You ra safer if you elect VERY PRETTY HOUSE NEAR w
your naMt Used Car from our BEACH AND TOWN. SUMMER Essential window service services stampvice 1

'.. clock of top quality Spic and PRICE '80. MI { 3731 for the receiving and dispatch mail deposit I i .
Span guaranteed Used Cart. 5/1 St
0 i ,,1 i
BOAT BROKERAGE Coma In and see for vourtalf of parcrll'Osl. registered mat),, oatmast I'
12 Chtv Set Aira VAT. 3 BDRM FURNISHED HOUSE smaller post offic' '
FOR RENT NEAR KWIK certified mall and COD mall
NEEDED II Ambassador Wagon CHEK MI 21770 5/151 will be continued. Stamp sales and niril: carrier

Bob Martin MI 13757 fact air PS, PB Available May IS. 2 bdrm fur familiar sight on the Naples Beach, especially during and the to take appUeati i" .
LUNCH A General will
FOR Delivery
Brunk Smith Chris Craft Salai RIM 1595.00 nithad houta loge '1.. room. TIME -
/1.11 (1 Oldt 4 dr. AT PS, |7S par mon 3606 Kelly Rd. the summer months, are pickmckeis. This group was snapped una- also be continued. The Moor- orders on Satnrd '.
\ PB. RH 1695 00 MI 22000 or Ml t 34>l IISrookaida of ctn..nth.,1.."
the waters tens i i
IV Chris Craft Cruiaar' US h p. SI Rambler American 'Unlv.nllh.d wares Monday as they enjoyed their repast by sparkling Ings Contract Station will continue
tnfina E...II.nt condition wean AT Fact air' 119500SO .bdm. b.lh Piei. (NEWS photo) to Issue Money Orders can do so -Vlthi .I.i I -ct:
Will Mil raatonably. MI I 404' Rambler Super HomaUnturmthad the Gulf just north of Naples ,
1.1 It ltd. air 19500 1 bdrm t bath* Rural Carriers will accept application on manpower us ij):" .

SO Buick, La Sabra t drHDTP Brookada' waterfront homa. for Money Orders. about :20,000 snullflcasi. 1 I \.

7-Dogs Cats a Pats PS PB AT 149500 Ring, drapes. boatdock I Ineludad Ruralmsrll I I i i
SO Lincoln 4 dr. HDTP Rain Eliminated on Saturday
/ lit Fla. Real, Eatata Twisters are money .
Comp equip, w fact air To Be out of such office ,1 i )
Mala M'malura achnauiarRaf. Mart 'Inc Ofllca phone Mltdll DeGaulle Seems orders, meter settings, i.
I .
owner" abova avf 179500SI .
AKC Modal home Ml I 21471; ,
pricad MI orders n'cc'V' iturda '
60 Dodge n. Wagon claims and trust deposits. money
J4M3 MI Pp /5.11
Of 14303 : Midwest
S/IM Hit 6 .
VI a H 109500 ,
on die 3.11'< I i r
In )
1 houM. Naples parcel 'OstidJUSt-
Crown imperial 4 d,. bdrm turn dream [ .
13-Help Want. Ft male HD TP. ....1. cDnd.I Each room has glass alldlng ment will be on Wednesday and wise if they 5N1: r

59 Pontiac owner Conv 1295 00 doors.leading Lovely, to bath lane with acraanadporch aunkanSjhao" Warming Up Toward UN States; 2 DeadBy will affect only two routes nowserved ger clt> offices, tl ,,1'1'i i '

Middle, aged talat girl, for part AT. PS PB 109500 Nil' new Sea Oat by bicycle On motorized ney order appHc u \,,'i I II i ihaiklteU
t'm* work. Apply ,n person at 51 Ford Cuttomlma I dr, MI Hill 4/t2tf THE!: ASSOCIATED PRESSA
',irlv 'fond\ .
i I.
Llfftlt' Rtaall Naples Shop. RIIH such 49500 ) routes and rural routes
pin, C.nl.f. S/S.if! 51 Plymouth Savoy t dr, 55-Stores Office UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. words Thant exchanged with rash of tornadoes and present service Is continued 6.vlikk .." rv,c. I Ileast I

J.fIc.nt, woman wanltd" for retpontiblt wagon VI stick 545 00 (AP) U.N. Secretsry-General French officials on a four-day severe thunderstormstruck 20ono( t ,,!UK ic
51 Plymouth 4 dr. At the same time Rogers po
.c.t..1 to last week
visit Paris
In six Midwestern states
Olfica No. 0. 2nd story Batch U Thanl and President Charlesde areas
RtH stick 49500 have had tl, ,
Mutt b. .klI.d (never i :":
.t typing and said he has received Information
Building til. SO par Mo. 1170 3rd The words haven't always two in.
f'.1'' and h.v. shorthand 0'equv.I..t. 51 Cadillac, 4 dr. AT Gaulle of France term to behaving Tuesday killing persons, I ,
PS PB P teats. St So. Watkins' Barkau MJ been For and on die national of window open 0\1\ If''
Good salary for I bah Ass. So MI 2 I14S what the one would calla 10 warm. years jurlng more than 40 csua. scope

urdtyt or IVt diy Pert wail timt Including to baf,n. Sat full fact air" 74500 4I1t.1f reconciliation and the other a France has been standoffish toward tog extensive property damage. the service adjustment which unchanged

time petition' late. Apply WOOD CHRYSLER reapprochoments. the United Nations while In Heavy rain, hall and tornadle Indicate very little overall effect -

Gra.tar Ntplas Chamber D'Comm. the minority here on such questions winds swept secctlons of Nebraa. Is
.,... 57-Houses For Sale So It appears from the warm anticipated from the or
PLYMOUTH, INC. as Independence for Algeria ka, North and South Dakota der. See LevelingOff

2640 N. Trail, MI 26551 MOORINGS DELIGHT France's base In DUerte Minnesota Iowa and Kansas.
13-SaUsHelpWanted Three bedrooms. t bath can Many of our local(people who
tral heat and air conditioning, Tunisia, and U.N. Intervention The severe spring storms struck send mall other
to points--
40-Aulos Repairs Parts Carpeting throughout axcapt I Reds Building In the Congo.France; after temperatures had climbedto many In Business
MALE OR FEMALE m kltchan In refused financial the who visit other cities and transact -
disposal support summer levels-mostly In
MUST BE LICENSED cluding, ; and diahwaahar -. postal business In tlioie
NCI screened porch Pored to the U.N. force In the 70s and 805.Nebraska.
REAL ESTATE LOOK HERE! driveway. toddad lawn land Congo French Foreign Minister appeared the hard. areas.-and many other- who During SummerNEW

BE YOUR OWN BOSSEXCELLE Wondering where to t capad P M Phone MI 2 4104 4/n.1f attar, ]MO Nuclear Maurice Couve de Murvlllfl boy est hit. A series of tornadoes will be In other communities .

go For immediate aala" Wall built clued the General Assembly.The struck several small communi. at vacation time will be Interested \ORKt > I

T With your car problems ? CBS homa Completely fur French delegation, while at. ties and farm areas In the cen. ," he explained will go on fin i i'i'i,1, "

PROPOSITIONCALL Factory Finish Paint Jobs room mthad. Lou.2 baths... .2 wall anaabla to bad wall tending, remained silent during trsl part of the atate. Two per. He released the following national being better Mali' .i I II l.

Ml .'.:jr! :>;''i Wracks Rebuilt. carpatmg' avan In bathe. Mod. Subs YearlyWASHINGTON debate. sons were killed and 12 others findings on the overall But how mud 11'ti, I II it

17 tl Tunaupt arn kitchen, lop sun room On April 11, 1961, De Caulln Injured when a tornado ripped right now, nun i II ,
effect of the
Front and inmant' large corner lot 214 Ith Ava adjustments. ,
announced that France would between Expectations 011 I i I h \ Hi
AP The So.
Motor OvarhaulTrtntmiition So. "/.St ( )- through I farm area
21-Lost & Found rebuilt Viet Union may be building not contribute men or money to Bradshaw and Benedict In the are based mm mi .i nlllllb, : ,

LubricationBraktt 58-Lots For Sale atomic.powered submarines at future undertakings of the "din. aouth-central region. At least 24 PARCEL ruST things that will t h. ,,1".1<
Found t.ckl. bo. Ownar" 1. Parcel post deliveriesare by the official i.uii-.ti) .t
called the \
claim by idantilyini' indptymg a rate of seven to 10 a year, united nations. persons In Nebraska' suffered In.
may for Id MI 22(34 Polith/' i Wax PORT ROYAL Lot nt Qallaon U.S. sources estimate. United Nations "riotous and juries.A not affected at all on 24, come which will 1".1'i ,.

n/A M23Misc. Don look any further Wrote Dnva G ). For Hobart Sale, or t20 Trade Pout This would appear to about scandalous" and said its of* twister which slammed Into 934 city routes where the carriers good thine sere? 11Moll\

Sea Road Darien CD.n.59Acreage match the American produrtlon titers: had "the ambition to In. Wolbach'a main street, damag. are "mounted" (on vehicles April and M.i

For Sate Ingram Chevrolet, Inc schedule. tervene In all kinds of matters." Ing about 90 per cent of the bus. ), on 32,299\ rural delivery Steel pit". tlon, I, i'. I, vsl!., il

130 nth St.'N MI : 5105 t Available records! ahow that In The late Dug Ilammarskjold moss establishments In the town routes and on 7,802 contract off, for th' nine' t lit'"I':'' all. ,

City County MAPS Topo Naples. Fla. Have .c,.... lust bbl H. No. the last full year, the United was still secretary-general then of nearly 400 and 70 per cent of ("star") routes deliverIng And the summitry 11111111.11: : ,1uwn '0
XtROX Copying Instantly of Golden Gala Estates and Stales constructed nine nuclear Out Thant managed lo offend the homea. Eight persona were mall. On 78,576 city delivery ') _It'' .i1- sun' ...- II, ;tl ,

CAPLES BLUEPRINTING 1322 ft E of State Rd 151. submarines either Po. succeeded Other tornadoes can be in Ih.11 rv II' it i la i ,
(II 5th Avt So. MI IIM 44-Mobile Homes englned the French after he hospltallted.
Will, trade for housa Writt foot routes, parcels up .. ,
In Til- try. Steel' sprint i> "'m' uld
3/lltl P. 0 Boo 132 Brandon Fla. larls or attack ships. HammarskJolJ In November caused property damage
'ia.uhlul OW.nt to buy trailer 10' wide n and to two pounds (and not bigger make aii) ..lImlU'jLluldruml); ,
custom "wood kilcla.tabiestea This was,, below the planned 1MI. *. den St. Edward Dear
/. Mason,used. low pw0N "Call MI 24509 t.IJ1 For traiitr ar nomatita. over than a shoe box) will bdelivered. hardur totoat.
/mm.dalt d.lrvery. MI 4rai ur "with a una and U", 1 acre tracts. 2* acra I acra average of one commissioning .Thant blandly commented last Petersburg .
for Nica, tract with, alactrlclty and That upsetby dozen persons About one-fourth Auto pn, :J KIion will illktrong ;':
2 loss 3/10tl pert or sala /location per month. plan was September that "French forplltIlpollC'y More than a
Mtn0 or 22792. reads Other big, aerugo tracts new and tighter construction Is based on the conviction were Injured and between 25 of all parcel post packages aa ft. .ilei. bn I >": l 11 l 'ipventorlvM ,
Cuthman Motor SOS 327,tf 120 dn. 120 ptr ma and up .
Including' '64 tai 112 14th 'v.N Collier County Real [.t.t.. MI safety requirements, established that there Is no danger of and 30 homes damaged aa a tor. are two pounds or less pn hr d 11. .,
5/6.1 2 3989 Opan Sundays, affected talks due li' rly' "n,11':i:'',' ito ', j
winds swept U
45-Trailers For Rent'Trailers after the loss of the Thresher a the Soviet Union launching a nUt nado and strong 2. Service only
2-14 ft Alum ikif, 2/16tfwths" the model lianici""""-.": ". '' ,
year ago. clear attack on Western ru. acroaa Falrmount N.D., a town on parcel post routes (about
I 10 hp. Evmruda' acre rttcts 15 00 dn and tome ,'uly His, i :"i J
49 a week with TV may :11':'
The U.S. program carries con. a said France felt the of about 700. Property damage !;
1-3000 lb. Gator trailar 110 a ",..k. Space S3 a "week 15 00 per mo nontaresl 1350 rape: He 16,000 full and part-tines be ntIJo.ab1to IhJ' .
.Mite. m rlna aquipmant' 125 Rock Creek Trailer Park One milt, from Golden Oats structlon through only about an. North Atlantic Treaty Organl. also was reported at nearby which will be In service more iago. :
10th Ave. So. U to I P M ThurFfl City Collier, County Rial Ettata routes) .
4/2ttf when five
other two or three years, ration might not Sat I needed and, Breckenrlilge, Minn., where
1/1.7 ,
> / Ml 23919 Open Sunday 44 at. five Instead of six daysa Retail In i,i b la floim, ,11'1: i' L
2/l6tfwths building of 41 Polaris and needed UjS. were hospitalized. Tor.
If NATO was par persons
3.I.ct"e drill
Jilltrbuftndar adjust
ikindivlnf, / equipment' 48-Apts. For Rent Sptcitll 10 acrat 10 milts E. tack submarines will have bllencomlleted tlclpatlon might not tie. nadlc winds lashed the Pelican week Postmasters will May M Alii. ,nMIS deck tilt )i.aelvea i.

nhmf, .rods and ratlt Cam town Close to Trail 1145 pa and the last of them In Paris French sources re. Rapids, Minn., area about 50 service to local parcel out i 1,1', spring ,url s ,icei i
.rat. I I" Pflutftr mounted Sabal I Shores Apts. acra Tarms Collier County for volumes and only an estimated mer and rel irnlah tit)u i I" n '
put Into fill Ing out yards miles northeast of Falrmount
1III"h./ shotgun and antique, Real Estate Ml I 23919 Open Thant had no business
YEAR ROUND LIVING piled that of total But any hit i n-kiip: u.i' ibh: '
I"n. Tlp.t." Shotgun nloading Sundays 4/17.1'.za final work. Injuring seven persons. 6 to 8 per cent parcel
.qupm..I., 125 10th Modern one bedroom and tf has Commenting on a member gov. In more lakan..ne) pay 1I..m t!:2:: *
fie ancy Aptt furnithtd TV The Soviet Union given no Tornadoes and high winds post will be affected
Ave South Thur. and Frl 12 ernment's policy. federal x 'it has yii >f"i ',1 I '-v.
cable In Monthly or yaarround 61-Income Property Indication of a termination date skipped across a wide section of
to I P M 1163
MI UU. Kelly R,. and But when Pe Gaull learned Iny way. Many retillot i .ue i"iIS'''' t d
K.nmore 30' ,anleInaec silent"onduon. Arica Asa IIUf for her atomic submarine pro. to Part fora northwest Iowa, Injuring at 3. More postal personnel
Close lo Thant was coming
Aptrtmantt m.'I.t lick.
Counting on i "ndy i a i
$50. MI 231U altar and
beach and ahopping Ownar III. gram. least five persons damag. weekend duty
1 D M. 55t EBB TIDE Al'TS. Back progressed coordination meeting with ex. Ire being assigned! up from tl, i > aouid. at I. c
and have
good tarmt Marlowa As the Soviets ing scores of farm buildings
Modern furnished afficiancias etutlves of U.N. afflllaled at post offices and parcels .
Raaltors. 413 Ith Ava So MI atomic submarine field. many They expel I lo font .0'' I
Mies. For Rent and 1 bedroom opts. ISO a mo. 3Ssttl Into the him to Considerable property damage
24 2S22i he Invited will be -
agencies, speeded throughout ,
Kelly Rd. 4/2111 they appear to have eased off also was reported from twisters figures but < I l-Ily ix upopulation t. i' N
lunch. Ie Gaull 'l prostate die for local ,d
postal system i"ange ai "
THE Blue Lustra "wit of the supersecrecy 2.3 mile
some a
amazing on which swept along
furnished hoer
I..v. your upholelory blluh'ul.I beach I bdrm and chopping' apse Weekly 65-Gen. Real Estate which surrounded their effort at operation kept them from meet wide path east of St. John In deliveries at all points Including factors unu'l t way''lii'i i?' .a

I loll and cltan Rant alac monthly or year around Midway to ing, but they exchanged warm This and other actions tax cut.
attempt Naples.
the i
Ire thampooar fl. Naples Fur 2 3041 l/lllf BY APPOINTMENT! the outset of Stafford County, Kan. No In.
nilura Co. III 3 bedroom 2 bath houto-Idaal catch up or surpass the United nutesThant. juries were reported. Strong to eliminate delays will Construct' spendim. ; I i ,I apeak ;
2 bedroom tarnished aficitncyapt for family with, children of lunched with Premier in Kin" I i", laid) h<-Ul I' :1
No pats or childran Ml I IZ high school ego Nice loca States. and dined winds buffeted astern South largely or entirely offset any
2&-Personal 3317 ar MI 2 Stay 4/ltf lion. corner 13th Ava N. t DI..n. From time to time, Soviet nu.cear.jJOwered Georges Pompidou Minister Couve de Dakota and southern Minnesota delays) that would otherwise In April Goal wealhel i iii May .

Furnithtd apt for rent 115 1 ptrwttk AvaBROOKSIDE submarines are with Foreign should keep n high. Hut the "n w
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS home. 1 bed. In toaM Couve do during the night with wind gustsup lult from the adjustment andIt
Inquire at 1405 Crttch before Murvllle a confidence lb, it bush,.. ,s
Men 0' woman" with, d"nk'.1pobl.m" Rd. //21,11! room. I* baths QUilt lo seen surfaced, whereas credited Thant with to 72 miles an hour In some Is expected overall service proclaiming
: A>k for holy by calling cat,on operated close to Murvllle in' iiiouuiu, 'llik.; :1:3t:' .re,
Ml 2 4351 Visitor cordially Fvn"had I bedroom .p..t. Iballs they probably of reality" and said araaa. will be Improved.
uteri, JACKSON ST, 2 btdroomt antic waters tmme 'a sense expansion pi inn pn,had: I w 't
welcomed Meetings' in First mtnt Hula living room home or
Fun'oh.d. Idealor
home the
Baptist Church Annan on Ith an and bath MI 236912Uf north of the SovWhomsland. France "la gratified at to 4. About 28,000 smaller and hit the brick .Mid imnu' n.1 9
/ retired coupla dUtely
SI .t PIN Ave av.ry uat. and ,ALiHO"ka Fri Those reported as operation that has I*.en eRtah.llshed Son Horn Hours medium-size post offices do before autumn or lab'r.,
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French diplomatic correspon. all
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attack submarines that he wasn't worried William Avey hours after the 1. The only principal service
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death of her 7.year.old eon affected the consolidation -
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a large
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by car
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and Khooll. low dewspayment. order
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that time
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solution had. failed political ,
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