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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 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LONDON (AP) Barbara
4 rt Fell, 35, a British civil servant

'r Imprisoned for giving Information
,for More t to her Yugoslav lover, has
4-Laninq been freed.
The Home Office said she was
released from prison Wednes

day. She went into seclusion,
and her attorneys said she
The proposed four-laning of heavily traveled two-lane Pine Ridge to the county line. would make no statement.

the north TamUml Trail, first road from there to the north Monahan forwarded this Miss Fell was chief officer of

priority on the county's primary county line.A county's primary road prioritylist the Central formation Office's

road list this year, has been couple months ago, the to the full State Road Board overseas division. She was convieti'd *

left out of the tentative State County Commission drew up which decided not to Includethe of communicating confUclpiitlal
Road Department Its list for this report on the political
budget. priority year.
four-lanlng work In Its ten situation In Yugoslavia to Smll.
Mayor Archie Turner Indicated It put four-lanlng the Trill mac '
tatlve budget. There Is a pos jan Pariah a press counsellor
this development at Wed'nesday's to Pine Ridge In first place, sibility. Turner laid,that Mon- FIRST ANNUAL employee-employer banquet W D. Reynolds, lounty superintendent of schools. at the Yugoslav Embassy in

City Council meeting. and assigned second priorityto ahan will urge the board to Insert sponsored by the local unit of the Distributive Students, standing from left, are. Sue Reichert London.At .
It was confirmed by County Engineer four-lanhq the Trill from the project In the revised her trial she admitted be.
Harmon Education Clubs of America was held Mon Douglas JIcNaughton, Mary Gibson, Linda Williams
Turner. ing Pacjak's said she
SRD budget. at Howard Johnson's restaurant Bill Kearns Sandra Goodnight Robin Stan. mistress
evening
The engineer will accompany day considered he was pro-Western
City Manager Vince Wood to See Red SplitIn Extensive construction workIs Attending the banquet, from left, seated, were : sell Patricia Ann Taffe, Norman Eilers, Bill and believed the reports on his

Fort Lauderdale tomorrow going on right now on the Wallace Woodruff, prIncipal Naples Senior High Teach, Bobby Cadenhead, Tommy Griffin and country would make him more
and
Trail in Collier Lee
morning, at which time they Two CampsAs Total cost of four counties School ; Ad Miller the speaker of the evening ; John McConnell. See .tor- .0.
proJects Frank Govett director of the DE and (NEWS photo)
will meet with State Road Board Is 4107690. In Collier program ; -

member John Monahan "We IrrevocableBy County, there Is the $554. VIENNA (AP) Czechoslo.vakla's .

are going to try to get the 274 four-lanlng of the Trail Communist governmentis
Protest DruggingOf Deny Heads Of finally taking steps to put
Trail four-lanlng Into the budget for
1.6 miles East Naples
through
WILLIAM L. RYAN
something In the place of
the county engineer said AP Special CorrespondentNew and the $691.625 rebuildIng U.S. DiplomatsOn LearningOnTheJobPays British Soldiers Prague's giant Stalin monument

this morning.At developments in the Mos.. of the two-lane Trail for torn down 17 months ago.
present, the Trail Is four. cow.peklng dispute make virtu,,. 10,3, miles from Carnestown Trip To Odessa Displayed In Taiz Radio Prague reported the

laned only up to Central Avenue ally Inescapable the conclusion* east through Ochopee. WASHINGTON AP) The Off For Students LONDON (AP) The United government has Invited architects
in Naples. It Is a heavily- that communism Is finally and 1 (
In Lee County, the Trail Is U.S. Embassy In Moscow has Hates advised Britain today( to submit designs for
traveled two-lane road from irrevocably split Into .two maincamps has cultural center at the site
being four-lined from Fort My protested to the Soviets that that a second check again a onLetna
there to Pine Ridge, and a less south failed to produce any evidencethat / Hill.LONDON.
ers to Field for at
Premier Khrushchev is under Page three American military Members of the local unit of "Keeping Informed" Miller reviewed
$1,213,531. and work has be- laches drugged while on a the heads of two British -
pressure to call an International t were the Distributive Education Cluhs "the ever changing
Communist conference In June I gun on the $1,648,260 rebuildIng trip to Odessa the State> Depart. of America, held the first annual times" In many fields/ of the bus. ;' tirI': were I'' paraded diplomatic lf through capi (AP) Britain's Na.

44 Killed or July In a last effort to averl[t and four-lanlng of the td- ment disclosed today. employer-employe banquet Mon. Iness world, and stressed m'c. tal. tlonal Gallery has bought Lord

the division. But It Is likely such i mittedly( substandard Trail Press officer Robert J. Me. day evening at toward Johnson's sanity of keeping up with pro. The foreign! Office said da.i Derby's celebrated Rembrandt
a meeting would only confirm i I from Page Field south 9.8 miles donkey reporting the Incident, restaurant. gress. "Dclshazur's Feast," for 170,.
tails of second check by U.S.
that the split is a fact. to Estero, gave few details and did not attempt The 13 members entertained Director Govett summarizedthe i a 000 pounds ($478,000).
As Plane Red-ruled Romania has bee to give a reason for the representatives of the eight bus. financial story of the 13 diplomats on the hint i were re. Extorts value the painting at
State Dopartmeut
the -
rowed from U.$.
trying feverishly to medial the it action. Mess firms who cooperated In the students In the program, cqver.' more than a million dollars, but
dispute but seems about ready'; Hush Up Pups- Without naming the men, he distributive education program Ing the period from September authorities In II Lord Derby sold at that priceto
to five up. said two assistant naval at. Inaugurated last fall at the Na through March British military a private buyer he would

CrashesCONCORD The Romanian party's April i People Sleeping taches and one assistant air plea Senior High School. "The 13 students have earn Aden, earlier this week the quoted headset have to pay half In (saes.
statement on the schism be attache were drugged with mild Frank Govett, director of the ed $13,836," said Govett. "They Informants as saying The painting has been at the
moaned a Red Chinese conten.) Dogs and cats-barking and effect while on a trip to the program, acted as master of have worked 8,178\ hours" two Britons killed In fighting of Derby family's 700. year old
Calif. (AP-For. tlon that "In conditions how pr, walling at night disturb the Black: Sea port March 2426. ceremonies at the bsnquetCourdySuperintendent Other statistics quoted werei In the nearby Federation mansion, nine the early 18th
ty-four persons were killed to. vailing In the Communist movement slumbers of residents of Brook. They were not harmed of Schools W.D. The students spent $453 for food, South Arabia were displayed century at least

day In the crash of a Pacific a split both on the intern. side Village, and the sleepless Reynolds and Senior High School $850 for meals; $068 for new publicly In Taiz. Aden Experts say the picture dates
In
Airlines plane In foothill couiu tlonal plane and within various i residents have carried their com. Principal Wallace Woodruff were clothes; $49 for books; paid Some British insisting officials that the report from 1634 or 1633.i .
IRS CheckingTax have been
try 40 miles east of San Fran. parties becomes necessary and I plaints to county authorities In. guests. |S73 Into Social t Security aldr.080 beheading fHUI I --
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Cisco,* ,4A.rvUdbl. The party said I petition form. Returns Of Ad Miller was the speaker of $ Income tax; saved $1,002} taken about seriously the avert though i .MtBCOW (AP) Algerian
An airlines spokesman said what Peking Is doing "means t(, The County Commission dls. the evening, mixing humor In his gave $149 to I'hurrheaand l'harllYl have boon mistaken President Ahmed Ben BolU left
the plan carried 40 passen. call for a split." cussed the issue at yesterday's Edward Brooke talk as he discussed the topic spent $564 for gifts; a';>OI\t $294 they about may the heads being publicly the Soviet Union today with slongterm

gers, a crew of three, and a Infuriated, ushchev's Sovl. meeting, offered sympathy to the for health purposesi $724 on rl!". In Talc.Fulbright loan of $IZII.5 million,
Federal Aviation Agency ob. et has delivered two residents, but admitted It was went for trans. displayed
party new BOSTON (AP) Massachu.etts reation; $2,402 part of It to be used for con.struitlon .
server. Sunday punches al the Red Chi. powerless to take definite action. Atty. Gen. Edward W, Dog Who Doesn't porUUon; and $1,070 for miscellaneous of a 300OOCWon steel
The twin englned Falrchlld nese, both on the same theme:, Sheriff: E.A. Doug Hendryalso ;Brooke confirmed today the In. expenaes.Employers ] Flays mill of Soviet design and equip
F27 was Flight 733. It original.ed Red China is trying to breakout !: apprised of the situation, has i ternal Revenue Service 1 la Investigating Like To Be Alone present for the ban ment.
In Reno.Sheriff's. of isolation and throw its,; written signers of the petition I, his Income lax returns quet were entertained by the students Both Greeks And Premier Khrushchev and Ms

Sgt. Louis Skuse re. weight around in capitalist coon, relating complications Involved. :for the years 19S9 through 1061. Blows Car Horne the htuilonts paying for the family were bound for Egypt in
ported from the crash scene, on tries. It turned heavy propaganda The Commission directed The official said meal out of earnings Presentfor Turks In Cyprus another move to bolster Soviet
Negro the
ranch 10 miles east of county employees to the TOPEKA Kan. AP When a
a Con. artillery on Chinese preten. survey ( )- the mooting were Angelina
Influence In
North Africa
government probe> has been under ANKARA Turkey (AP)-V. .
cord, that there were no sur. dons to leadership of a new, neighborhood for strays: or untagged car horn blowing outsidethe Calltrl and Connie Zimmerman criticized Ben Build left for Bulgaria
since
Sen. Fulbright
way shortly after he J. W.
vlvors. dogs but not much Police Wednes
aslion Department
world bloc. Coin-
took office in January, 19C3. representing the Naples both Greoc and Turkey today after a 13-day state visit to the
M. Calvin assistantto was expected. Traffic U. Ed Bozarth
George day, Delavek
Ed
munity Hospital ,
; actions In Soviet Union. He also will\ visit
the airlines president, said FIRES BARRAGEThe "How can you tell by looking "As far as I am concerned," looked out the window, And he Furniture Fair; Rex F. Mis. for their the Cyprus Czechoslovakia.
Capt. Ernest Clark was the pl. at a dog In the day time that he I he said, "I have no reason to took a second look Lawyers Abstract; Robert crisis.
Soviet fired barrage ., n.r. last of his
the leg
party a
lot. The first officer was R. An. barks at night"onecommlsslon. 1 believe it Is more than just a A big German shephered dog Da Vllle, Publlx Market; and Arriving on
on this subject In the mission the
dress and the stewardess Marge er asked. If the dog Is not In the routine check." had his forefeet planted firmlyon Charles D. Bishop and Mack Cyprus fail-finding ,
March Issue of Its theoretical chairman of the U.s. Senate
Schafer.He street, workers have no right to Brooke who already holds the horn of a police car. Ills Luke Kwik.Chek
journal, Kommunlst. It renewed' Foreign Relations Committee Backers Of
said the passenger list was the attack In the journal's latest trespass on private property for i I the highest elective office hold master, Patrolman Lorman Other business firms cooper said
:
not available. a catch. 1 of said the Adair, was Inside the building, the Included.
by his race In
Issue, out this week. anyone sling program "Congress, and I especially,
A Tasajero rancher, Gordon Sleepless residents are not "lie does It every once In a Alfret
I Investigation or Its outcome will the Collier County News,
Kommunlst accused the Chi. foci of frustration If
Rassmussen, said the "plane permitted to shoot the barking while," Adair said. "lie doesn't andthe Cad a sense our
nese last month of trying to set I not Influence his future political Hackney, C.P.A., friends and allies Win
are engrossed
exploded Into small bits. Ther.wasn't ; culprit or the walling cat,either. I plans. like to be left alone" enhead Construction Co. Rights
up an "Intermediate cone" In their own affairs and do not
a piece larger than a foot which, by Implication, would re. ,.. Govett, who Initiated the program take Into consideration the
-
in diameter except for the ,> '. school \lasi
f..j. at the high
gard the Soviet> Union and the : : security landing gear after It hit. United States with equal hos.tlllty. ,11):[": ;' ,,. _iff,, fall, has resigned to enter busl Fulbright came to Ankara. Test Vote

., : .. ; ness and a replacement Is belli) after a day In Athens Greece,
Wallace Indiana This week Kommunlst ac. : : sought by sc'hool authorities. and a day In London.
cused the Chinese of playing t .
up WASHINGTON (AP) Senate
Vote Came As No tu capitalists In Western Eu. F '. ,K sponsors of the civil rights
rope and Japan and dealing with bill have won their first test of
Surprise To RFK governments which are members LBJ On WhirlvIn wind Toury strength, but it was a close call.
of Western alliances. After four roll call Wednes.

PHILADELPHIA (AP-Atty. The Chinese Idea, say the Russians day night-on* a 45-45 tie-the
Gen. Robert F. Kennedy says he Is that CommunUts should Semite rejected 48 to 45 a jury
"was not surprised" at the zero In on the United States as Anti PoverfATHENS. CrusadeOff trial amendment to the meas.lire. .
strong vote for Gov. George C. the main enemy, and that thusIt .
Wallace of Alabama In the In. is possible to seek supporteven rD'' The votes were the first on
dlana presidential primary. among U.S. allies. ; Ohio (AP)-Presl. from the White (House any of the nearly 100 amend.
Kennedy, speaking to 300 law The Russians Insist this Is :font Johnson said today "our lawn by hellcoMer at 8:14: a.m., mends offered to the House
students at the University of wrong that nut only the United hall.nge-nlJt tomorrow but to. th" PrklJent flew first to Cum. passed bill since the Senate's

Pennsylvania Wednesday, said States the enemy, but all "1m.pprlallsll. 1 day-Is to accomplish objec. berland, Md., for a speech In civil rights debate began on
"there Is a revolution now in the ." 1t t lives: which have eluded mankind which h* depicted the anllpov. March 9. *\

United States over civil rights The Russians,too, seem to conclude : since the beginning of arty program a* a campaign of The defeated amendmei\,
and people don't like to have that Peking has passed the C. time: the continuing American Kevo. called up by Sen. Thruston B. \,
their lives disturbed." point of no return In the dispute In a speech prepared for delivery lullon. Morton, R.K)'., would have pro-
"It's not surprising then," he Moscow accuses Peking of put I II at Ohio University, Johnson From her Johnson flies on to vided for Jury trial In criminal
added, "that on -thlrd of the ting together Its own programfor II I said the nation must visit six states, meeting the un. contempt of court cases arising
people in Indiana voted for Wale world revolution in a "25. "Bring equal Justice to all our employed, visiting farmers and out of antldl.crlmlnaUlnjune.

lace About on.fifth of the peo. point platform" counterposed I citizens, promoting the antipoverty drive lions authorized by the bill
pie are against everything all against the Soviet plan for global "Abolish human poverty The Ohio University addrens It was opposed by the John.
the time" victory "Eradicate killing and Hip carried on that effort, tying It son administration and the bill's
Wallace, wno campaigned. This "frankly antU ovl.t"Chi. Y 1 I pllng diseases, and lengthen the In with the other goals which sponsors, both Democrats< and
against the civil rights bill pend. nes program, says Kommunlsl, I life span of man to 100 or 120 Johnson set for Americans. Republicans

log In the Senate, got more than exploits national prejudices, sets :years, Not In a day, not In a year Sen. Richard B. Russell, D.
29 per cent of the votes In los. race against race and East "Eliminate Illiteracy, will these goals be reached, Ca, leader of the Southern
leg to Democratic Gov. MatthewE. against West, regardless of "End open|" bias and active ,Johnson said, "but If we begin forces, said a variation of It I*
Welsh. Communist or capitalist rule. I Ij bigotry the effort 4f we approach the likely to be offered next week in
"And, above all else, help to task i with great enthusiasms and an effort to reverse the out.
bring stand a day 'when nation not i with cynicisms then Come
shall>> not lift up sword against achievements will be the gloryof "I was disappointed In the
Burns High Preparing For ,. war an> more.' lie said. there Is In front of had enough to carry It. But the
t .
I \ TIle visit to Moms the > "
.. was an in young people today promise pressures were too great
: '. .. Urludn I In a trip through A|. i of a greater tomorrow The vote was a bit too close
Runoff Kellv Won't Give UDMayor .v .J I : paladin, Johnson's second such ".'. a tomorrow that Is for comfort for the other side.

; ::r .t.\ :our In 13 days, aimed prlnn |brighter I than yesterday, and
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Htydon Burns of Jack Scott Kelly ot Lakeland who has DUCKS AWAY to Orlanon do for the Sports and V cation Show and then 'for his war on poverty program I he *al
sonvlll met with campaign refused to abandon hope that a to the World's Fair, (Caribbean Garden staff 1 1romote Ii s stretched pretty thin "" "-- II "This U not a time for timid Vote For ChangesIn
workers Wednesday to map count of absentee ballots and whatnot In t I spirits and trembling spirits
these days in order to p Naples and the plans for a bills that gave him ppreclnct by precinct check "It U a time for 'earning out Rights BillWASHINGTON
an overwhelming lead in the could place him In the runoff shows. The Wot Id's Fair junket will begin Sunday. following a four-day IMF* i iyou'll -to, extend the boundaries of

race to be the stat.'. chief ex.ecutive ahead of High. stint in Orlando. Two Cato rdena' teams will handle the shows, with (left 'D q the t brain and widen the dlmen. (AP) Florl.

for two years. A new Associated Press tab. right) Joel Kuparberg and Clint Goldie going to New York ; Eddie I ekes of knowlodg.
Meantime, his surprise oppo. ulatlon, Including the absentee Williams guarding the hoi ne front, < nest, Mayor Robert King High ballots In 54 counties, gave Rlgh given four times dally t"'very day of the year at the Gardens. Marvin find t to find the best of solutions to i I ed for an amendment to the cl.

rf Miami caught Us breath and 209,388 votes to Kelly's 204,974.In Cecil (far right) will emc ee the chow in Grlando wand here 70,000 people are the t worst of problems. W* In 1 vll rights bill which would have
continued his low pressure low theWAHTADL tend t: to do lust that. I guaranteed Jury trials lo
.
the 11 counties In which ab. it faster in trim!
expected to see the show enjoy the Dudk VauI deville, one of the top nal
sales
budget pitch to reach thegovernor's sent** ballots are still to be ; "Let your young hearts armed cases arising from the muse
mansion la Tallaha. counted, KeUy led In U of them acts. The duck show will I serve as a"come-on" for the big 10 x 20 ft. Na- ,with new weapons Join an old 'ur*. The amendment, proposed
la the regular voting. pies' display right next t<> the Duck Vaudeville's cle inter stage location inn bottle against ancient ..n.mlel1'by Kentucky's Republican Sena
see.However, a note of suspense the main hall. One of tithe principal participants i ii! all of this is ROBCOC t the enemies of poverty and I lor: Thruston Morton was da.
w* added to tile race by Sen. (C*>tlH4 n page 2) ring retrieving duck ihown here conferring with h show emcees. Jlnease, illiteracy and strife" I feared U to45.



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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, May 1,188! iiVfi;

DUHtleaBy alee News
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2 Seasons RAE WEAR < MRS. W. h. GARRETT 1 1MUTM

Turkey Primary election 1964 Is now *fMOnrC .'JN< .WM '4Nr ...ire\
I history and the record shows :: a-

504 votes cast out of a possible m7 The Beta Club of ImmokaleeHI I ham; directors Jack WMsnant )

970 In Bonita Springs of which !* School; attended a convene and I Sam Heath, and secretary,

Ahead For Hunters 151 were Republicans. The run. turn w Jacksonville May 1 through Frank Warriner

off race will be same hours, P"/, ..,,,.,. May 3. Some of the highlights Word was received here that
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same place on Tuesday, May w ; business Harriet Claire Fether Is among
TALLAHASSEE .. A wild tur., vember 21 through January 17. 26. t t'8"S were a talent and show banquet which :279 seniors who aro due to trad.
a
key hunter probably has a bet., Hunters will be allowed to take However, after June 1st the meetings dance I uate May 11 at Florida Southern

ter chance of bagging his bird turkeys of either sex during this books will again be open In the ii'RPIU: .r+ekrab+r. a was State followed officers by a were electedand CollWs 79th A n n a\ a I

in Florida than anywhere else in season with a dally bag limit of office of the supervisor of registration campaigning was a color. the nation. This chance will be two and a season's bag of three. in the court house In of the convention. Mem. I I s a candidate/ for the Bachelor
ful
greatly increased during the Florida's second turkey hunt. Fort Myers for those who may bois part attending were Elaine Benton <(>f Arts decree with a major in
196463 hunting season as the tug season will open March 13 desire to change party afdlla. Cecelia Black f1etlaBlack. English I I A member of the Metho.
hunter will have two separate, through March 28 south of State tine, or new registrants. Chuck Carson, Dan Daniel seasons In which to try his skill Road 50 and March 27 through FrIday May 8 is the date, burn McCartyCaro.c'ampus chafer of the Flonu

According to A.D. Aldrich director ., April 11 north of State Road 50. and the place The BonIta Springs l\n Jo Jump Mellon, Kathy, Gwen Warrlner and I Duration Association she Is the

Game and Fresh Water During the second season hunt School Cafetorium for the bene. Mike Warrlner. Others attend.laughter of Mr. and Ms. K.M
Fish Commission an estimated ers will be allowed to hunt from fit and the time
shrimp supper; Mrs. James Blackburn, :I'ether.
8,300 hunters spent approxlma.tcly ., one.half hou? before sunrise to five to seven. The net proceedsof Ing Mr.were and Mrs. Frank Warriner,

: 287,100 man days during the 12.00 noon and may take gobblers this will go to Cypress Lake and Harvel Chandler as spon. FIELD TRIPS
1902.63 hunting season to hare, only; ono per day and two for the Band Uniform Fund. Donationsfor Some of the rooms In ele

vest a total of 24,100 wild tur. season. adults Is $1.23 and children i a sors.Six Immokalee piano students mentary school have been goingon
Is for every AldrIch said with the two
turkey
keys. This one sep 75 cents. The menus Steamed
took part In a multiple piano re. field trips. Last Frlda> Mrs.
two or about one. arate turkey hunting seasons a slaw
hunters baked cole
shrimp, beans ,
w' v vital Sunday afternoon In theedu. turret's and Mrs. Newsom4's
half turkey man. This in., successful turkey hunter may cof. _
per tea
bread or crackers or
< tonal building of the East Fort fourth trades went on a tour if
formation Is based on an annual actually harvest a total of five fee dessert of pie or cake.
,
Myers Baptist Church. Those the courthouse In Naples ant'
random mall In which turkeys three during the .
survey regular 6t Leo's Guild held their May
Michel Gwen Gardens
were at Caribbean
taking part was laj
questionnaires are mailed to 11., fall and winter season and meeting Monday night at the
and Pamela Warrtner Mary Lynn show. Mothers going
rensed resident hunters. The t e., two during the spring gobbler Church on the Trail In Bonita the noon
Hinson and Pam. Mrs.
Shearer, Janice with the rooms were Gene
turned questionnaires present an I season. Springs, when the new officers ela Shockley The event was Stone Mrs.Harold Shearer,Mrs
estimated hunting pressure and I for 1964.65 presided:: President, the Fort Myers Wilkerson Mrs.
hunter success for the past sea. Mrs. Joseph Brauh vlce-presl. SETUP FOR SPACE Workmen at plant near Baltimore ready componentsfor sponsored by Horace R.A.
; Music Teachers association. Mrs. Tony Simpson and
son. Approximately four percent Holland Sees dent, Mrs. Earl Weeks; secre. the G.mini.Titsn III launch, vehicle. Viiiblt are the tank-like parts of second stage Others attending from Immoka. Miss Walker Veronica.

of the licensed hunters receivethe tary, Mrs. Nicholas Church and rocket left and first stage rocket right framed by huge metal iklrt which connect them lee were Patty Ezelle,Kay Seals. Miss Banner's first grade enjoyed -
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annual mall questionnaire ForModeration treasurer, Mrs. Clarence Wun. Rev. and Mrs. Harold Shearer, the same trip Tue 14)).
The results of the 1963-64 hunt. Victory
derlich. Mr and Mrs. Frank Warriner then were Met
Mothers going
iig season survey has nut beer High on the agenda was a gen. Reverend Mackey Burns, High. Faircloth Leads and Mrs. Dlas Roberts. dames Ed Galloups Sid Brown,

completed, however we have ev. eral discussion on the fall ba. New Minister At (Continued from page 1) Mrs C.A Roberts of St. Pe. Jr., Ralph Hendry, Jr., and R.A. ;'
sty to believe that the re.
reason zaar, which will be held at the
,
il
salts! of the past season will I htdlchle BAUTOW. Senator Epessard L. Community Hall Saturday No. Here Is a rundown of the counties Kynes; Absentee tersburg was the guest of her Walker.
Christian
: First sister Mrs Sam Heath, over Mrs. James Wolf honored her
which have not counted absentee
an even greater harvest, Holland declared that hll rUlluno vember 28. All ladles of the
With a successful spring hatch,,, ding victory In the Democratic parish were urged to work and Rev. James W. Mackey of In, ballots the number ol Vote Uncounted the weekend. She came down to daughter, Janice Faye Wolf, on
attend homecoming at the Methsdint birthday with a party at
8th
the next season should establish dlanapolls Ind. has been ballots outstanding and the per. her
I primary May S was a "loud and make or prepare items throughthe nam ballons and
a new turkey hunting record,Aldrich .. clear" voice for moderate, con. summer months in preparation ed new minister of the FIrst centage by which each candidate MIAMI (AP)-Farl Faircloth Church.Mr. the park. Party
and Mrs. Jackie Williams as favors.
said. ctltutional government. for this annual affair. t Christian Church of Naples and led in the regular voting: was ahead of iniumbcnt James lollipops were given

I Florida hunters will have a tot Senator Holland established The Liles, Blanche, and Glenn will replace Dr. Roger T. Nooe,. Bay, 831, Kelly 4.1; Columbia kynes toda) in the nlp.and-tu the visited weekend.in Ocala and Orlando over Birthday rake and: lemonade Stone Mara was

l of 67 days In which to hunt new political history in Florida as well as the Horace Johnsons interim minister who has re. 385, Kelly 2.1; Gadsden, 153, state attorney general race served to Susan ,
turkeys except In northwest FlorIda '. by carrying every one of the have been entertaining Mrs. turned to his home In Nashville, Kelly 3.1, Klllsborough 1700 but several thousand absentee Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Crawfordwere Gross, Karen House, Cindy and
where the season will be 74 I state's 67 counties. It was the Llles' mother, Mrs. J.D. Hum. Tenn. Kelly by close margin; Jackson, ballots remained to be counted land In Miami Monday on bust Carol Skinner, Paula Sue Strick

days. The turkey hunting season I greatest sweep of his political phrles, Malcolm and Myrtle Rev. Mackey who will receive 330, Kelly 4.1; Lake, 308, Kelly neither candidate dared ness land, Lynn Collins Debbie Wil.
will ifien November 14 and continue career. Jones, along with Mrs. Liles a Backelor's Degree of Divinity 3.1; Lee, 475, Kelly 2.1; Liberty claim victory' CUBS GATHERA Mains Joannle and Sharon Snider

: through January :3 In all ills. lie was first elected to office aunts, Eva and Kate Johnson In June from the Christian Theological 235, Kelly 10.1; Monroe, 980, Cub Scout pack meeting was Brenda Porter, Brenda
tricts the Third District of the Disci High 2.1 Palm Beach, 828, High Unofficial totals gave Fair CliftonLisa PriceRenneCombs,
except : as Polk County Judge In 1920. and sisters of Horace Johnson. Seminary ; held in the auditorium of Immo
where the season will open No., Ho was elected State Senator In They all hall from ThomasvUle, pies of Christ In Indianapolis 3.1;; Putnam, 3SO Kelly 3.2; cloth 466,170 Kynes 464,504 In kalee High School Thursday night. Joni and Jeannte Brown Robin
the 2,279 precincts and Including Mike Williams Den.
Sumter 235 3.1. Browning ,
will deliver his first sermon Kelly ,
1932, serving eight years; Gov. Ga.Robert Cub Master Gene Stone was In
most of the absentee vote.
E. Angel of Brooklyn here at the 11 So far of nls Skinner,W.II. Str l'lelandTt'r.
ernor In 1940, and U.s. SenatorIn a.m. worship none the defeated charge of the meeting. David
1946. He will run for a fourth N.Y. and friend Rene Moreau of services on Sunday May 10 candidates have pledged theIr The olflclal canvass. wilily and stevIe Seal and Stevie Harts. ry Snider, Travis Thompson
Paris l France both connectedwith at the First Church completed Tuesday.The Steve Hartsfleld Joe Brown and
gIfl term In November against a Re. Christian support to either side. field received their Bobcat pins.
publican opponent.A the "UJSJ5. Santa Paula"of I Mandarin Drive Coquina Sands. High, who spent only $93,077In Democratic nominee will Following the meeting Den 1 Ricky Wolf. Mrs.Bobby Williamsand
: the Grace Line, where they were The minister will return to the campaign as compared tc I automatically become the which In. Mrs. Blue Strickland assist.
presented a
anchored for 24 hours at Fort next month for Burns' adviser bar. program ed Mrs. Wolf with the serving.
FEW PROBABLY BROKE IT Indianapolis gra $352,408, said he would state's chief legal eluded a hillbilly band. Most
'LUFF GMC INC. Fl "KO, Nev (AP) Elko realuVnlx Lauderdale made a quickie trip duation ceremonies at the Seminary match Miami's record against ring a totally unexpected Rppulxlican of the Instruments were made Mrs. Betty Taylor and child.
to Bonlta ( He Is also of Jacksonville's In Novem.ber's ., ren and Mrs. Bob Shockley and
I' Trucks Parts tunhreuihe easier,now that near midnight Springs a graduate any time. wrltf.lu victory by the boys David Garrett play.
the la* mi longer requires them Monday to visit with some of Lynchburg College and receivedhis Mayor Burns has made a general election. ell a washboard with a penny. Theresa visited with Mr. and
-Service to wear flu masks when out in I his boyhood friends and Joo early schooling In the public great deal Hit of what has been Falrtloth, a freshman statehouse Kelly Skinner played drums made Mrs. Bill Emery In Miami Sun.
t TEMPORARY I'uhlu Hasllps and his mother the schools of Hammond Ind. Rev. done In Jacksonville during his member from Miami,,, of a cheesebox with fly swatters day. While there they attendedthe
The city council pained the Clarence Houts, the Derricks, Mackey has served churches In administration" High said seeks to become the first mom, for drum sticks David Seal play South Side Church of Christ.
LOCATION ordinance during the flu epidemic Mrs. Edythe Mclaughlin and oth. both Indiana and Virginia dur "That suits me fine" her of the Still Cabinet from ed a comb with waxpaper over Mr. and Mrs. Abe Skinner

: 421 Ninth St., N. of 1918. Now, 46 years later. the era Ing his training In college. High said he was willing to South HorldiKynes It. Dale Brown's base fiddle was and children, Karen and Kelly,
Uw haw been repealed.FISHERMAN'S Robert the son of Mrs. Mar. The Mat'keys will reside at base the campaign on a com.. a former University ol f made of a board string and pie and Susan Hart spent| the week.
ie Angel and the late Sam An. 1223 12th Street, North A for. parlson of records of the two,i Florida football captain' was ap.. pans. Joel Carver on the horn. end In Fort Myers with her
gel, spent his early years herewith mal Installation service will be cities "right! down the line." pointed attorney general by Guv,.Stevle Seal, Jimmy Wilkerson parents Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Mat.

e.t his parentson WllsonStreot. announced In the near future He cited: "Miami's tax du, Farrls Bryant to fill a vacancy','and Billy Anderson on guitars tern.
PARADISES Coming here from Maryland his Rev. Mackey's father is also a crease vs. Increased taxes In, and thus socks election to a first: rounded out the ban,!. Refresh
Everything FOR RENT the Fisherman needs. mother, after his dad's passing, Christian Church minister and Jacksonville, the comparative term ments were served by Den 1.AC1 STORK SHOWER In Im.
1964 Fibreglass Boats )1964 Johnson elected to return to her home is now In charge of the North morality of our governments, close alone t When the stork arrives
Motors ; The rare was so that I Eugene Crawford who Is mokalee at the homes of Tina
state there to spend herremalnoInr Christian Church In Mia.
Dade
how the two cities have done In
t Fishing Tackle and Bait (Live Shrimp) years with her daughter Mar. ml. point In The Associates.i I stationed with the U.S. Air Force Moody and Mary Roland, it will
,attracting new industry and a .
Fishing Guide for Full Half Parties le. Her address is Box 29A _______ 4 ; Press tabulations late Wl'dnes.'day In Fort Worth Texas, was home find them well prepared by a
or Day c comparison; of the harmony 01 they were dead even alI l last week. Visiting his parents of tbelr
Crownsvllle- Md., where she' hajck. ol It in which 4I11r..petI.11 shower gifts Jrqpr
Plus -US. Settles Tax 455,080\ pich. .
t.* would enjoy hearing from Mr. sad Mrs. Loyd Crawlord.Mrt..nd friends -on MondayTclglibUay4tlu
many live. *'NI
"
Mrs. RoUlid Walker *
1Waterfront
Efficiency Apartments of her local friends. Robert and Claim Against Meantime Burns flew to Bar,
and children will go to Braden at the shower were
Hostesses
Isles his wife have seven children tow Wednesday afternoon to tall; No Changes At
of Capri Fishing Lodge five boys and two girls, and Mike CoppolaMIAMI with campaign workers. ton on business Friday and on to Etta Mae Plunkett and Doris
Plant City Saturday to visit his Lewis. White cakes with pink
he hopes to return for POI
shortly While there he said that Hlgl!I Chokoloskee
7 Mi. So. of Tamiami Trail Phone MI 2-5704 a much longer stay.I (AP) The U. S., had "openly sought and gain d I I relations. and blue booties atop each slice
government settled Its 966193. '. Mrs. ThelmaSklpierandchlld- from Fort Myeri
NAACP" lii There will be no cut in parcel were brought
of the
18 Income tax claim agalns l t the support post and post office windo v ren Terrel Reere and Lltrlcla by Laura Cobb. Mickle Mac.

Michael (Trigger Mike) Coppol;I i his campaign. to return t,o services at the Chokoloskee pos t I Vail spent| the weekend In SebrIng key decorated two oblong wicker

I today for 400000. Jacksonville Burns planned today and then fl y office, said Postmaster E.T't with Mr. and Mrs Edward John baskets as bassinets to hold the
: The 61-yearold Copiola wh Smallwood Thursday many gifts,
l' to Miami 1 for campaign appeare
Jo
identified gangster
was by by a white satin umbrella.
fi'" seph Valachl In U. S. Senati antes during the day and at Postmaster Smallwood ex LIONS ELECTION Prizes were won by Barbara

hearings as a crew chief In thi e, Tampa Friday night He wa,e plainud her statement was promp. The Lions Club met at Alene's Cobb, Nola Stalllngs and Eunice
.I scheduled to at aShrin
appear Restaurant and elected
Cosa Nostra crime syndicatewill ted by some misunderstandings ; Monday Sheffield.
I pay $266,666.66 for incomi,e;I barbecue Saturday In Miami. the scope| of servk e the following officers for the comIng Others attending and aidingin

What's taxes due and $133,333.34 penal. A count of absrntee ballot:I changes. She said Chokoloskei could bring a runoff in the Re| residents would not be affeite,d| first vice.president, James Williams Janice Hines, Joy Carter, Mar.

the ties.Coppola was charged will!h torlal publican nomination.race for The the unofflcla Guborna i[ by the recently announced ad I_ ; second vtce'presldentt Jorie and Anita Moody, Betty

air evading Income tax payment!I Charle I; Justment In parcel |pest and pos;t t Murray Canova.talltwlster; Richie, Gloria Moore LolsCobb,
pitch through 1959, except for tin e count gave State Rep. office window service. Stone; Llontamer, Charles Mark Pat and Lois Conrad Helen
of Ptnellas
Holley County a com
1953 and 1955.
I years lead of 70,415.11.8 Thompson, Barbara Nlestadt
on The Internal Revenue Strvlci e manding 8 a. Charlotte Bllne Judy Hardy,
.. (Bob) Foster of Fort Myers wai : ,
did not ado'
said Coppola keep
Dixie and Dawn Ward Anna and
and Kei ,
? quite books "as a gambler an,( second with 41,764 Carol
MethylI. Ann Niestadt.
Folks of Orlando trailed wit!
a btK.kmJker"Jitle Many of these drove over from

t .. 27,584.Foster could pick up enoug! Fort Myers and the Beach. Gift

votes as final tabulations ar e were received ,from those whc
Companyof j made to force a runoff wit h were unable to attend. So hurry .
Holley. along, 'OLD STORK',the girls

Naples However, Florida when e I are! Impatient

-.1 Democrats outnumber Republicans
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS by \nearly four to one, ha:s WEEKEND! GUESTS
Peppird Bldg. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Little.
\ i\ not elected a COP Governs r
MI 2- since reconstruction days. field had as their guests over
6(1 Fifth Ave., So. the weekend Rev. and Mrs.Char*

.-., Road !Map !Markings les Hamilton and children of
0..
\
w. j. N."... In markings on road map: Lakeland. Rev. Hamilton Is pas.
Perth, a shield enclosing a numbe tor of College Heights Methodist
? Fta. means a U.S. Interstate hig} Church and was guest speakerat
Prn way and a circled numbe 3 Mr the annual homecoming of First

means a state highway. Methodist Church Sunday.
-- C ,t Mrs. Mabel Spires Is visit.
ing friends and relatives In Lake
I Butler Fla.During .

Th the First Methodist Church,

Mrs. Howard Ray is teaching a
t class of instruction regarding
the church for children through
Ni VIDageGreell 12 years.

t Mrs Mae Parker and Mrs.

\ Kenneth Parker of Fort Myers
attended services at the First
"WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER" Methodist Church Sunday. They

also visited with Mr. and Mrs.
A New Community of Cooperative Alton Clifton

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Style BriefsgPants Values ThyrsJay, May 7, 1H4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
: Sense Of 3L



on Wav Out? I I Important, Says r X 5

J ... ,,;#> I Mother Of Year "arfig

tAP Newtfeotures secret with the manufac ;n" I
WORK: \AP-Alrs. t orIljcrtoas
"; not to be diftrrr friar
Style pace setters are debiting appears any J. f Slavic, America'Mighci
among themselves (and then the usual system The ",\ .. r .T
in print t the Year fur 1064 Is ,
"i In fashion trade publication) aide button la sewn to the :th a gracious bundle of energy Nanderbift J3eaeh
whether with a smaller button on the '
women ahould
: not gives \ who found love In her parents'hwnn
up wearing the long pants for reverse aide and look It with her v I
daytime wear But apparently there is tar "'. lute her own."There By Mary A. Feeler MI 1-JM1
Terence because the manufacturer
Norman Norell did more for the wan a ha|'pine-I a

cause of ladies' trousers than on guarantee forever. the buttons tt ally '\r then, .i spiritual richness that| The regular monthly meet Blnegar Is s former residentof
Marlene Dietrich' and Greta kept the lamely close one,"
a
of the Park
Area
Whenever this happens 10 J Ing Naples Naples Park.
Garbo when he contlmipd I In
introduced Mu ald. "It has '
trouser shirts bachelors will have still t Association was held last Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hegjt
wits for airplane travel m) home
another reason for remaining Nevertheleaa. the dean of Amen Mrs. Slavic; who at 63 Mill t evening 93rd Avenue as
can designers. dead set sgsmst the buttons) unattached. :{( J loves In ice skate, believe her on 103rd Avenue. The guests for four days last week

them for casual wear .t homo life a< 4 child laid the Lord's PrayerwasledbyForlst some old friends Mr.and Mrs.
Emilio Pucci \Italian sportswear '4 ; f"iiiul.iil< n for hers e I e c t i o n, Hall, while the salute to the nag Joseph Sorce of Chicago 111.

creator who started a rage Maybe you can't bear the cold. ., ,,, ... 44T Wednesday as Mother of the was led by James Walker< The couple slept at the Dutchess//

for slacks and capri pants ao Heights terrify you. And your '4. Year. She was nuiiod b>' the, It was a very food turnout Motel, but spent the rest of the '
tight that bending over was not legs are rubbery \ou ought to \ American: Mothers Committee as the guests (I evening time with the Hegjls.

advisable, has himself veered learn to ski .n"wlV. How else from intong nominees from the were about 1? of the candidates On Tuesday of last week Mr.,
towards voluminous hostess much 50 Rt testhe District t of Columbia I running In the May 5th primary and Mrs. Hegjl and Mr. and
ran Justify parking so
skirts in recent year Last you ( and Puerto Rico. By now we all have Mrs. Carl Clemens, of Donlta ,
anion his interesting compromise kooky leg art Into your wardrobe 1 She Is the wife of Dr. Lawrence the feW
results.
Springs left to spend a
was baggy-legged harem This Is the sear for It. Curvy Slavic, president( of Aug* Lorenzo
Representative the TheY'drove
days on east coast.
(finis for the ladies legs are not hiding under ankle- uslana College, a Lutheran
*. | Walker< gave a short talk on the to Homestead a city
American designers are also 1I'I\tIul l In Sioux Falls, S.D. She
compromising their IsM year'surge length stretch pants any more has raised four sons, ami In th bond! Issue and now we know they found very clean and Interesting -
for billowy home* skirts They are demanding attention on words of the itatumt ethe results of that also. Pro- then went to the Mon.

with the American woman's obvious the slices wrapped up or Jam "Foreign Miuktnts from Hong: sldent llulpieu gave a brief re* key Jungle which they thoroughly ,
unwillingness to give up med Into the tanlest thlnrt, Kong to Slerre UMNIO attenduguKlaiu I I suiTie on new work projects that enjoyed and found It one of

long pant*. The results are There are, for eaaple: pal.l,.y .\ College and Mrs have been accomplished lately the cleanest zoos they have seen
flouncy punts tkirti with the stockings bright plaid tight 6t.lviCoCI'1l'S\ the( foster mother .> such as the flower boxes around In a long time. After spend
yards of fabric housing each leg of each of these'' the building and the chlckeesover Ing the night In Homestead
gathered around the waistline. checkered stretchable gaiters to Mrs SUvlg was botn In Ma)'. the benches on the shuffle next day they were Miami
he worn with knickers, and leggings vllle, N.D., and met her has".
These not what board
are exactly
courts Charles Necas bound, where they went to thtYfabulous
you would run a relay race in or knitted In Irelandlr pat band while they were student' R.I, Boyd, Walter Doehring Seaquarlum. After,
: c-C1 at St. Old College. In NorthfUld
climb a tree in dungarees are terns to match woolly cap and ,_.....,. Minn, Soon they will celebrate' ,| and I Leo Campbell are the men enjoying some good dinners,
unequivocally best for this vigor pullover sweater-all for the ski w -\ -.o 8Q1Io.,-.,+.0 their 40th weikllng anniversary to thank for these projects: they returned home full and.

bounce- but they around do permit without you quitesacrificing to El Hi. HAPPY BRIDAL COUPLE J. Leroy Allen is shown carrjmKhis bride, While her husband got's about; Joe Pelves, chairman of the happy, and now will start the

grace or risking! split the former Ingrid Goehlei of Furth, Germany, to the honeymoon car follow his college iluiles, trs. Ptavlff: program committee saldmov- "Kltt)" all over again toen-i
seams big their wedding last Saturday at Emmanuel Lutheran Church. The five busies herself entertaining visiting Ies will !be shown for the sum- joy another trek to the big

o'clock ceremony was performed by Rev. Hailand P Fatrue. The couple lecturers, faculty: and Mu. Icier meetings. city.Dr.

Sine word leaked out that met and became engaged while Allen was on duty with the Army in Germany dents Some new members are Mr. T.C. Garland son of

the second Mrs. Richard Burton Th" biide's gown was a floor-length satin brocade affair and she also She lectures lK'calll"lI.tlly, and 1 and Mrs. Ortar I lavland of 101st Seabreeze Avenue Vanderbilt

\It has not Clime to shirts yet |Is mad grout a certain brand of wore an orange blossom crown set off with a fintrirtipeil.. Allen is selor.nerves as a marriage: coun.1 Avenue\ Mrs Marian Adamsof Peach, just before leaving for

I but a""button that slay on forever ,|7rnt, pale) furhsla 1pstck| employed by the Abbott Construction Company in Naples and following a The advice site gives most of. 106th Avenue and Mrs. Ruth his home In Sprlngboro. Ohio;)I'

111 now being affined to the retailers ran hardly keep the short honeymoon he and his bride will live at the Dupiee Apartments on ten to young married couples Burbank of the Dutchess Motel. outside Dayton. Ohio finally ,

men The:, rainwear.atiachmenl I method a stuff In tock. Francis Avenue. ( McGrath photo) "Is that lt'. very, very InipoiU Contributing to the birthday the jackpot when In company,
ant/ to have the right sense of bank was Gus Larson. The of his father and guide C.M.,
values." member of the month was the Drown of Chololoskee he land*.

Orchid SocietyTo Gullion Mother's Day "What used to bn black or new member, Onar I lavland. ed a 101-pound tarpon. Th .,

Accent On Youth Show Slides On Private graveside services Banquet Sunday white has now turned for so will be mounted and will hang
were held at Naples Memorial many peole. Into a shade: of NEW YORKERS HERE In the main lobby of his Medical
I ,Potting Culture Gardens this morning for the SI. Ann's Holy Name Six-Id;y grey," she said. "This Is true Mr. and Mrs. Leo Campbell Center, In SprlngboroOhio.
Infant of Mr and Mrs. will hold Us annual Mother's Da
son Roy )y even on the very high levels of
of 103rd Avenue had visiting He left with his
At ingling Museum Naples Orchid Society will Lee Gulliun of Marlon, Va., who bouquet, Sunday, May 10, al 91:!5 our .e>cloty," family by planeon
them for 10 their and
days son Wednesday the end of a won-
show a new grou|>e of slides, died yesterday morningalNaples a.I\1., ut the Death Club Hotel'
entitled "Orchid Culture In Sil. Community Hospital. hpeclil guests will Include (tin,s Her suns are Dr. Paul ittavlg, wire, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Camp- derful vacation--and landing a

vabark" at 8 o'clock tonight In Mr. and Mrs. Culllon have been Sisters from fct, Ann's School l I' an Air Force, lieiitmtuit I colonel bell Jr.. and children. Martha tarpon)
the Sunshine Kitchen of.the F'lor. visiting her father James Park. and the entire first rmnmutiloi and ho-ltal commander at Oils Mary, and Margo of Dunkirk Vacation time Is drawing near

Ida Power and Light Co. Build. er, 2647 Andrews Dr. of Naples, group from St. Ann's Churih. Al II Air Force: bUvig Dane, protestor Miss.; Dr.Kiclunl of. NY.Mrs. for your reporter-one more
,
Ing. The public is invited and Besides his parents, the baby parishioners are Invited.Is English/ at Kalamazoo Mich.)| George Mead of 104th column then my good friend
there will be no charge. survived by a brother Roy The new officers will tie In.r David ( In. Avenue and Mrs. Norval Nelson Mrs. Betty llalllcy of Vander-
College
Slavic an
The program on orchid cul. Dennis Gullion, the maternal Milled and Dr. Larry Jones wll du.strlal 1; engineer (if Sioux, Falls, of 103rd Avenue left on Mon bilt Drive will relate the news ,
ture has been developed by Wey. grandfather, James Parker, and b,' the s|>euker.
and Dr. Mark 'Stavlg, now do.r day for Indiana Michigan and to you I know you will do '
erhaeuser Company, Tacoma, the paternal grandparents, Mr. Hest'rvatlons close( atnoonS it.
Ing postdoctoral research at Ohio. Mrs. Nelson will as best to
Wash., for showing to Interested and Mrs Roy M. Gullion of Mar. unity and may be made by call* go your get your anlcles.to
groups of orchid growers. Ion, Va. Ing MI 2.5745. lI rvard. All are married. far as Indianapolis while Mrs. her. 1 realize this time
"Orchid Culture In Sllvabark" Mead will continue on to Mar of year news Is at a low ebb

shows hot to put and care for I From Tam Ion, Mich., to attend the.gra but do help out and keep this
orchids. Many of the slides show j aShrimp duation of her granddaughter column going. We have a new

the various species| with Com. from High School. On May 31st grandson we have to get acquainted -
mentator Dave De Sola, Seattle she will go to Detroit when with, and will possibly
radio personality explaining the another granddaughter will be take In the World's Fair so
particular care necessary for Yellow Rice confirmed Into the Lutheran until next week may the Good

each species.The Church. She will spend some Lord watch over all of you and
onl i .
sound slide program was time with relatives and friend- ke
dIN ,, p you well, and my fervent
produced by Edward R. Johns.
3 a r By CECILY BROWNSTONE In Ohio prayer for those still on the
ton, owner.manager of lionnle. Associated Press Food Editor ktr. and Mrs. AI Hoyt who lick list
wood Orchids
Seattle, memberand
accredited judge of the Amer. ftllVTSMORflaminating\ to spent the winter In the R.P.
Icjn Orchid Society and a Judge a dedicated. took than regional' Lloyd Apts. on 101st Avenue
Church Of God
\ and director of the Orchid Digest dishes? And those delightful. left last Thursday for their -

Corp., and past presidentof cookbooks published by group home In Tafton. Pa. Sets Fish Dinner
the Northwest Orchid Society. of ladies lo help along their god Mrs. Oscar DoIIeau of !91th
Johnston has made orchids his works, yield Mime of the best ail l Avenue has returned after Member of the Church of God j

life's work since 1946, and has these rules. spending a week at Clearwater ;will give a fish dinner Including
done research work on orchid That's why e're rxvrowmg r, r with her sister! Mrs. Thomas dessert and drink from 8(30 toI
NI plant disease and Insects. He from "TheCia panlU Cm kbonk" Mechan of ( o'rlM\ tomorrow night In the
Sudhury Ontario
Is also known for his presenta. compiled by The Junior League Canada and church annex, 1075 10th L, N.I
tlon of specialized orchid pro. of Tampa, Florida, In this. informative also spent sometime Donation I II $ 1.50 for adults
grams to various orchid socle collection, with its with tier aunt, Mrs. PJ. and 75 cent for children under I(

i ties across the nation and for study format we found a recipe Rellls In Lakeland. Visitors I 12. Those wishing home delivery ,
numerous article he has au. for Shrimp and Yellow Rue con this past week at the Polleau may telephone MI 2.2442..
J- thored for orchid magazines trihuled by the Columbia Restaurant home were Mrs. Herbert [11110-
in Tampa, We've tasted the gar and Mrs. R.C. McKov-n.- Roll pastry strips around freshdates
stuffed with nutmeats and
dish at that restaurant ao we both of St. Petersburg. Mrs. \
I bake for delectable
a sweet tidbit.
Sewing Group Of know how good it is Here's ourversion ,
FIFTEEN HUNDRED YOUNGSTERS enjoyed a of the recipe
day of creating and experiencing new art sensations Woman's Club Will .P I

I at the Ringling Museum's Ail Carnival. Pro. SHRIMP ttlTII Yri.CM RICT
ceeds are used to purchase visual aids and other Meet On Friday 1 large clove garlic, peeledI

art Florida.The materials. for school children throughout of Members the Naples of the Woman's Sewing Croup Club 1 1/4 cup I,'cup 2 chopped teaspoon olive oil onion salt dear voter: I

will meet at 1 o'clock Friday
success of an Art Carnival an essential adjunct to the afternoon at the Woman's Club 1 I cup chopped green pepper r.J alt
pound peeled and deveined
held recently at Ringling educational system of the state for an afternoon of work on shrimp ((1 J 1/4 pounds before
Museum In Sarasota will enrich said a museum spokesman.More Items for the fall bazaar. peeling) Al'TllrN11; ( Shrimp and Yellow Rice adapted from

the an education programIn than ten thousand Flor- Mrs. Lowe f'.ergerheadsthls I can (1 I pound) tomaloea Spanish vtiisinr
elementary and secondary ida school children visit the project and will act as hostessfor 1 cup water or seafood broth I

schools throughout Florida, observers Museum annually to participate this meeting. Any member 1/4 teaspoon saffron cooking and stirring until .hr Imp rice AI the end of 15 minutes, I j Your wonderful support of
believe. In the program of gallery tours of the Woman's Club Is 1/4 teaspoon pepper turns firm and pink Add tomatoes remove coveratir Clue. add peas
For several years one of and films developed by the Museum's welcome to attend. 1 1.4 teaspoon yellow food coloring (including liquid in can), water and pimiento strips srranging my platform has put me

the chief concerns of the Ring- Education Department. All meetings during the sum saffron, pepper yellow food them in a pattern on top of mu ,
ling Museum has been to demonstrate Thousands of other students mer will be held at 1 o'clockon I cup converted type riceI coloring and rue Itreak up tomatoes lure Replace cover and continue in the forthcoming election I
to the people of Florida who do not have an opportune Friday afternoons, It was package (10 ounces) frozen min vatl purees with a cooking. remaining' 10 minute
green pen,cooked and drained spoon, llrmg liquid to a hoi I. until la absorbed. Makes
or liquid
their was not to Sarasota are
that an museum ity to journey announced today. Mrs. Derger I
t "runoffs and
of man's exhibitions and pimiento, cut into strips Cover and hake in a moderate 4 generous' servings. you
cultural loan
just a repository provided has asked that members save
Place garlic and salt on chapping i'J O degrees) an 45 minutes, NoliIf seafood broth la used, I
but an active educational visual aids In the form of films, Pink
heritage
the
all usable Items for
board and mince garlic IT until liquId 'la absorbed by salt may have to be reduced can be sure that I'll continuemy
Institution with slides books,prints and reproductions -
many Elephant Table. mash with flat of knife or with ;a '
cultural services tooffer. This said the museumspokesman. spoon to mu nail and girl GRACE LAKE \
program has been so success- If you want to make tnmaU.a ., Heat ml in a 2I 1 G".lrf asero'e campaign to provide you
has become Proceeds from the An Carnival < for a use thrrr en ,
ful that the Museum pu party that man bnurlaie \' n. I DELIGHT MOM WITH
unflavored with the educational
are used to purchase these velopea of gelatin heat Add gars a' 1 programwe

U. Of F. ShowsEnrollment materials which any Florida and a 46-ounce can ((5 J 4 upi) salt intuit and green r "N'r, t' tWe
school may borrow without of tomato Juice and aea."n to conk lightly as onnn'gi. -: > : need. Thank you J

Up charge. Although the Idea of .tsste jftcn' !. add shrimp .r.,1 :e f /c Iat'

GAINESVILLE (AP) The an An Carnival originated at ,
University of Florida reportedthat the Museum of Modem An In
enrollment climbed eight New York as an experimentIn wire

pot cent for the spring semes. creative teaching It Is beIng flowers anywhere .
ter. A total of 6,614 students used as a fundraising device Lilly Pulitzer forEMOLEE
enrolled for the period, compared for the first time at the vote
to 6,134 for the start of ;/

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J InUK'UAT, MAY 7, 1964 ;.. .. ".
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I Now About Those Needed 'r, ::< ', WASHINGTON AP/-J" the in an Interview Wednesday that
'
Sidewalks. :;. ''', : news from Washington: Gen "the nation's foreign policy Is
UN RED GUERRILLAS: : endangered far
_. more
by lack
., I of
me need for more sidewalks In destrian safety and convenience. .,.: ', RO 1 :.i Andrew command p, O'Meara includes, whose the military Caribbean understanding by the than" by exploitation .
: press.
'
Naples has long been a subject for discussion 1:, has told a House
Admittedly, sidewalks ara not needed ',' area, ECONOMIC ADVICE Dr
by both residents end commute the number of pier Walter W, Heller
membersof along all local chairman
streets, particularly thosein of
rlllas being trained in Cuba, the President's
Council } ) Council of
City This Economic
seems a propitious residential where China is
areas there is negligible Soviet, Union and Red Advisers, says he Is

moment to mention the matter again pedestrian traffic lust those where "Urge enough to be really weary of discussing his own growing def.

even though we do not expect early traffic is heavy. alarming iclt financing
"The basic training is given The former professor
action on It. For instance, consideration should be In Cuba," he said. "To a lesser wryly at an Advertising Council noted

Naples Is known as (and it really is) given to sidewalks along First Street,, tNF extent it Is given In Russia anda meeting Wednesday that there

a first class community Eighth Street oNSKLLE0( few people are trained In had been some unusual publi,
yet, many so- along several sections of \J' L \ China" reaction to an

called "hick" towns have more sidewalks the Tamiami Trail where school children A heavily censored transcript may be forced announcement to leave he

for the safety and convenience of its walk or ride bicycles Twelfth Street, and { of testimony April 14 because he can't govern'ment make
before the House Foreign Affairs ends
pedestrians. meet on his$20,500salary
possibly a few others. Committee was released In his mall
recently, Heller
Local residents will contribute gener- There is now in progress here a street I It Wednesday said, was a $1 bill and an' ac.

ously for almost any reasonable improve improvement Would it be PRESS FREEDOM: Rep. companying letter which
program. not tP4u1,
John E, Moss, who heads the "Dear Hollowhead
ment needed here and sidewalks are practical and economical to construct t House subcommittee on govern The letter writer, Heller add."

certainly needed. sidewalks along and maul Information, has taken issue ed, went on to
some streets avenues [ t explain he had

City Council has on hand a cash carryover at the same tima? (? h7L spokesman's with a State criticism Department of the to heard the Heller Midwest wanted and to the return

from last year of slightly over Neapolitans should not be expectedto press' probing into foreign policy was a contribution to speed buck him

100000. There have been numerous do without sidewalks too much longer on his way,
The California Deimx rat feaKINAT10NAI
suggestions as to how it can best be With auto traffic growing larger each

used. year, forcing pedestrians to use the iIIe

For less than one-half that amount, streets becomes increasingly dangerous

sidewalks could be built along' severalof Can anyone suggest a better way to OUTLOOKEconomic

the city's main thoroughfares where spend a portion of the $100,000-plus

they are most urgently needed for pe- cash carryover? Advice, German Style


II Things Have Chan ged Have You? "- ::.;;; t .: ::: :: By GtotGi HAGEDORN
:
;:. :
or>J"_ ... ..... "._::...-.:_.":,: .. ,...,._ "'; :t 5 In practically all countriesI report to the West German
The following set of rules, unbelievable poses, or two evenings a week If they I//I'\I\I _'..:. : the advice of economic experts Government, which Is required .
-
go regularly to church. plays a part In the form- to pass It on unaltered
as they may sound to us today, 7 f!, !tt", :; "', ".,,' .. d ', ,,':;:ulatlon of national policies to the legislature The Government .
Every employee should lay aside :::':: ',<, .. .
:,-* This Is it should
actually hung In the office of a wagon of course as may, however, transmit .
plant in the I 1870's from each pay a goodly sum of his earnings be. The real question is its own comments at the

for his benefit during his declining whether the official experts same time.
1 1. Office E ftij'fb
employees will daily will with
speak independ
sweep an In this
country it is .
Inconceivable
that
years, so he will not become a The Best of ent voice whether will
the floors, dust the furniture, shelves, BoyleBy or It that the Economic
and show cases burden upon the charity of his betters. E be their function to providethe Advisors would ever issue a fe-

B. Any employee who smokes economic rationale for port which could offend
or
2. Each day fill lamps, clean chimneys Span- HAL BOYLE government policies however embarrass the Administration.
ish
and cigars, uses liquor In any form, gets established. Such
trim wicks. Wash the windowsonce a situation Is at least
week shaves at a barber shop, or frequent poolor The West German Federal possible under the German
a public halls will (Editor's Nofti' Hal Boyle was constructed so It can tx Republic has recently appointed system.
3. Each clerk will give me good reasonto OLD liEN CROWS hipped to Its first Council
bring in a bucketof h III. Here's his iwb) Africa for use as i a ofir

water and a scuttle of coal for the suspect his worth, Intentions, integrity, By HILMI TOROS public building when the fa : economic Experts This group S Notable Contrast
Editor closes has the
in for
and honesty. Collier County News 1966. responsibility preparing -
day's business. Did ya' ever hear an old hen NEW YORK (AP-Is It real Great Britain and 30 other na. an annual report on More important than these
9. The employee who has performedhis ly the World's Fair? clone the state of the German operational details Is the dif
4. Make your pens carefuly. You crow In'7 Listen toCarrlc Bell. Mlchelan elo", "Pieta" is including the Western Ell econ-
labor and ropean countries didn't omy and on problems whichf ference in the climate of eco
faithful/ without fault for tier hero, Charles R. of cots r
whittle nibs Individual Ilolley there. So are Goya's two flawless ,
may to taste nomic
your the be opinion which !
fair since the lawmaker ol: may developing, togetherin lay be
S. This office will open at 7 a.m. a period of five years in my service, and St. Petersburg, won the COP "Maja" paintings from the world' "official" fairs with general suggestions for hind the establishment of the

and close 8 who has been thrifty, and is looked upon gubernatorial race just as she Spain, the whit pristine mini Paris ruled that the exhibit was I dealing with them. two councils The main con
at p.m. daily, except on the predicted. rets and a 1,200.year.old dell.
by his fellow law not "official" but strictly pr I|. This Council bears a certain cern which motivated the pas
Sabbath, on which day it will remain men as a abiding Carrie spent six hours Monday ute fresco from the Sudan and vats resemblance to the Council of sage of our Employment Act

closed. Each employee Is expected to citizen, will be given an increase of five and almost as many Tuesday the architectural gem of a dy. The Bureau of International l Economic Advisers, established In 1946 was the fear of a postwar

spend the Sabbath church. cents per day in his pay, providing a (just on the telephone trying to nastlc These Chinese temple. Expositions so advised Its 31 in the United States by the deflation leading to mass
attending with
return in remedy the sad lack of Information coupled rum and members Employment Act of 1945 There unemployment like that of the
from
6. Men employees will be given an profits the business per. concerning the three wildly rich decorated straw hats_ are. howlvll'- ---._ _Irnr...n.enIl.. .. ...''f._- 1930s Recent economic reports
a falrgoer's Jaunt to the In.
mits It
terence: under the Act
evening off each week for courting candidates In the news media. ternatlonal still give
pur- section of the New
WE NEVER HAD IT SO EASY There wasn't enough time primary emphasis to the need
to York World Fair Modes
of
for
Operation Differ maintaining"adequate de
caU everYone and the msmn.seaof But a visitor-perhaps bit PET DOCTOR
a
mand"
-, many were-Pk-lru'r: ; The new German Council
They fatigued ,after ,strolling through
Iy A. w. M.IIe", D.V.M.
I r.tt s4 frustrated because dblt'bemocrat 138 exhibits-cap also ponden will apparently have a greater By"contrast .thei 883 law,
0'thers say Where are the degree of Independence' !\ which set up the'rettC1ait'
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER friends were happily others? The 'I i
PUBLICATIONS "cheers" Its American counterpart. Our Council was basifd'oAYear> of
from
flocking to the Great Britain,
polls with
.
own Council of Economic possible damage to I
a plethora of candidates from the "Mona Lisa" smile of the Advisers Germany'scompetitive
r French reports to the Presidentand position arising
/ which to choose, while the Republicans Damascus government, Syria,,the or sweetsof a sign Is part of his official fam from the very rapid wage Increases

had only one lone that reads! "From Russia, with ily The German Council Is I of recent years. The
/ contest to decide love" IIQ appointed by the President of Council Is Instructed to dis

N/ J One poor soullamented."We Why aren't they here? the Republic, on recommenda cuss, In Its reports, means of

are the disfranchised. But we "No money," is the explana. tion of the Government, but preserving price stabilizationand
,, have to pay taxes just the tlon of some countries Other a it is not in any sense a unit balance-of-payments

same." Many gnashed their nations say the fair Isn't "of. of the Chancellor's staff. equilibrium-two subjects
teeth to dust and blew them flclal." The American Council's annual which are not mentioned explicitly

out of their noses as they snorted "We planned to come But report usually serves in our own Employ
later the Cabinet decided mainly as supporting material 1 ment Act
the
over lack of COP can we for
didates. couldn't possibly afford it," a the recommendations In The German experience will
spokesman for Turkey said. the President's own Economic be worth watching. Our Employment -
But all that will
change(again Report to .
"Rent alone would have cost al. Congress The GerI I Act is not beyond all
predicts seeress Carrie Dell) most $200,000." man Cou.nclt.will transmit
,. }Its I possibility of ImprovementRemarks .
,
when ..
Congressman William C, At the starr- "'< ''''' {''<' ,
Cramer wins moment a square foot .v.-i --- .....:...._ 1i.m..
as Republican of
Flushing Meadow rents for $3a -
tlonal Committeeman and the year, compared with the $1.10of 0. Do tranquilizers affect a M

Jr slate which he heads Is vic- the Hannover, Germany fair. dog'I good notvr.or high spirits?

torious In the May 26 primary In the 1939 New York fair, no Judy Keller, Cleveland, Ohio

With such heartening results foreign government paid space
A. ,
Tranquduua usually do what
rental for
pavilions
Carrie Dell looks again Into smaller than
10,000 square feet. that come Imploe.' .mob* Ihs sublet
r her crystal ball and sees This year the rent for the tronqu,I. Wh.n an,mat) lronquilii.fi -

Charles R. Motley In the governor's I Belgian pavilion-the largest of lint oppcartd on Hit malt, torn ol .

chair come Novem I all foreign entries with 164,811 them ditin,l.ly had a number of ads,

ber. I square feet-Is nearly halt a .H.ctl, The later tronqu,I' tr wens improved TlilH i1 1 \ t: ;;t''i',... _. '.:::::= _' ,_" ::::::::J

QoT FF Carrie Dell, I million dollars.To lo act mar i.l.cti.*ly and A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTS

Naples, Fla. economize, Austria fash luprcii only xctiuv(carl and .moI -
far ehrujtii.KUBM Monitor I toned Its shaped building at ,ont. Just ai H.r.nl ptopl r.acll"-

Ttv'rt UtTlai U marry allows one of Ihi tlrli to return who left ui U marry .., b lome. The Sierra Leone navlllnn d, .dual y" la. a (100,5 drug dogs roe + Yesterday was the birthday of
..... :i" will land to have H.r.nt, and venal Associate Editor
--- ..'1 '' >' Tom
-F" ';,, : 1) rtaclloni In moil com a lanqu.II.rwlI Hayer, which
means he is
,
I mote a dog quasar and ltd ocliv now old enough to vote.
Pocketbook Nerve Recent Rediscovery I QUWST PAcCSohATA ., Somtlm.i, it wit, hove just the ( Now look here, buster, it doesn't

01 LEIR .Heel and ..hm, matter HOW
Whither the 38-month expansion o( oppo..t. co. 10 b. .ry old he looksl
the nition economic growth continues It took the Italian population of New ORATOR STEREV stud and n.rveuau Th ihappnionlyIn ing and exercise Clean liv-

.until the November election will havea York to rediscover Giovanni da Verrsitno ABnSS) l'l: leulI. o mall ptrctntogt of com. but H fellow sometime make a I

gnat tfloct on the -lecUoa of a Probably until i couple of years I XC\UlloJ ,.II..uII..II.IIIUIJIII' A L I L AlrtiElDA would b* vice 'to hoot your v.t.rlnorian look a little bit older. )
Democratic administrationHbtorkally ao most people thought that Henry 'i approval bttart A belated
Hudson \ : J I. J'ilJoIhle L t R'T A R MS gwng your Happy Birthday to
except for disruptive in- and adjacent discovered New. York harbor 1\\ Manus :B "ulluUI t n A R EItE dog any drug .IanquI.or,I, or mbar "Hager" and best wishes for
Buencts like war, the rite and fall of the New York areasBut Italians figures oIlIhr, 3i h"rilluicII t Mts NALcqlA It,,nd, It may bt .am.'I"ng' to ..h,ch h. more of the many
the general price level has dictated had their hUll 311 Corroded: it alltrg, or lomtth.ng mot fill m.... same.
all JUIf
man the tune
.
whither the party In power stayed in under French colors even He though he sailed U kJie J'I SiJIlkeIi.Gtpsy GOAT VAR him b.ha.'ju."h. oppa..ofh..ayyou *
was
or was ouittd Vmszano ; 42.Siiolml CURIO VACATE wont

This gives the Democrats a fir btt from who explored North Carolina the whole to Newfoundland Atlantic coast U I'fll point H. Murk EDUCE IMAGCSEMYD + Things That Make You "Burn"

ter base than it dot the Republicanswho including the geographical featuresmentioned IS Spllflle ,[used.tliiT nEWEROW710N Depti When the

are on the outside, for the party above, between ( .01J"n) curlllll( BARBS "tears its paper literally
in power can exert Influences to boost and midsummer of 1524, more February than 80 1'1 .\UjUfI' 4411eraldlea. S Of YESTERDAY PUZZLE shirt" to help some local -
the economy ttmportrily The present ) Traveling salesmen, when organization
((111tVS
years before Hudson I publicize
got in those b. Inuus
upward trend If the parts 111(I. hhele.11, far from one of
longest In 110 years. Verrsiano It H. King I Ital port away friend wife its I
only of
one 'lads money-making
except for the climb out of the depression for history's'curprlses" salt .\rchur I 2 MtmalkOIKCpO' get a chance to become good projects (which
those who
like 7 makes
to read f.II I
depths of 1929-32. ll. fervid talkers. a regular bundle
stories of the put. Scarcely a close 100lilf 8. lupiiilniula( \ of dough )
2i. Girl; and then
The 1920 peak following World War reading of history 1IIIIIIe "b 1"111 I Iluuunr! finds the
or but
I, again In historical pattern reached some point easily checkable blogiaphy but largely 1S. S: l.eoll.III.J ..i 1'.lIduI. cum I'uocrlul .4>i Illinois butcher was its printing with group placed

228 in Index numbers for the general unknown, or the subject of myth or .hurlgine "II11101 4 Uclrt mi' 10 KIKIUII ul locked in ha refrigerator, All the some other shop.
wholesale price level, then fell to 95 superstition, will crop up. For those 45 11ug a had nr..hlll'I.J 5 .ruth: the, dead( which, was one wall to paper gets is a letter
in 1932 By 1947 it was back to SIT but looking for something closer in pointof rll'l'l keep him cool while being listing everybody in town who ,
rcug
rising.Democrat This made the 1941 "Ykt.'lr7"of time than Verrazano, a rereading of 4S'1 / 5 9 laI 1(5( link"n robbedThere's. even gave the time of
Harry Truman much day with
ttsler.
any good biography of Abraham
Lincoln 11I.1'loIH'II111IhI. a few words
An Improved economy bad more InIIIItr.eI will do. 1/ 0 ,.tN .. i"std I a laugh in it when of thanks.

tonality.on his ejection than did his par- Verrazano sailed In an all when I /s rI .II IJI"UI' a husband gives his wife a It; anybody in Collier county
discovery was at its height and still doesn't
competent ... know
The level fell some by the 1932 elec ,011"U Y + it YES The
lion when Republican mariners often put to sea under I 17 I It0 14 I Kti'P| ,.ikt su News has a printing ,
Dwight !Elsen : )
flags other than those of their native ; u. Ui ID. M division that
bower I'
was elected: '"n
although realistically lands. The Genoese Christopher Colum print anything but
it is Impossible to equate hero ; t,1 itiT hnntlb I money Keep
a Image bus, sailed for Spain as did the Portuguese that
( I
I"h
with a I 1Snind' good and
seven-point decline
in the price Ferdinand true friends.
level From Magellan Hudson, H l$ .Ii I I I" oIh.1 I ISpilling
19Sg r f'0
to 1980 the Index an Englishmen: sailed for the Dutch, : : you, we aren't
.III I oseel such hard-
tip-back chair .
was essentially stable. Economic satisfaction for her birthday hearted
and John schnooks
Cabot (originally Giovanni 1e l1 I' rlJ "JJI 5 '", \11.:1.. for him .. to
balanced : to refuse
any mass desire for a Caboto), m Italian sailed for the Eng it's", 1allISleep in. j In publicizing help

nest change of the in controlling 1960 election partlet showed.M do..- to lish quote What modern a "crazy,slang mixed-up! They world"were n r JjJ1 Jf Jf J '"0111't.l \'" The good little kid pets ) (that's one any or worthwhile the profect -

The cost of living bu gone up, ai prophets mostly without honor in their : JIn up u in the morning feeling 1 the existence of reasons for
voters well know, but a generally rising own countries. / unlle'1t fresh, vhile the bad one but that a hometown paper)

economy will have more affect on Anyway, It was Verrazano who discovered .0./ u 14 Kn.'aup, just it doesn't mean ve don't _
1 1\ .
unit In apreciate
vote la November than platformsThis iii p fair
what Is New York and plar.
now ,
is a hurdle Republicans muMovercame that's the bails of naming the longest 44 45e If i Hlmliilll Now that We
r---:11:: : have
to win. Side Issues art Important 4sK | HIS that oft
suspension bridge /in the world under I mind our
but of lest tangible effect than 41 JN 11..1..1Iii. TRIENO'TO I aight .. well
,
construction across the Narrows, the / I go bOllle and
t1"1
..
a stable or rising economy,-Dolly Ofcla- Verrazano-Narrows bridge.-Th Art- I I ,i I : YOUR LIBRARY getting; up on the
,. .. .. 111 I. rIght aide of the
Boelaa soma Dally Star Par lime 21 mu' _w.., ; '', bed. This just hun't
41 < .du I.' V been '
t'rhndJ L OUR day, I

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1 Thursday, May T> 1981 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5

I I Soviet Manikins Peasant Truman Back
Pretty Types

At Blair House 'Ma' Has Her Own Ideas

jjGEWUA; nary \AP-n'. justattracted ,possible that the Soviet manikins For Birthday

mart attention than the i Soviet fashions In three weeks of
Russian style show here Intriguing- His. On LBJ's News Conference

f. Fashion conscious tory takes an ; turn to
I Italian won len In the audience called the furs
'exquisite, the leather day as Harry S. Truman, on the EDITOR'S NOTE Marg.4Cormier The children made another
good, the dl:ress materials fair-and the slylsUIOO.
outmoded.But L11' 7A eve of his 80th birthday, heads wife of AP White trip to the refreshment stand,
Into town and toward a billet at House newsman Frank Cor although the conference con tin-
neither men nor women In I't Blair House, the mansion for mler, dressed up three of their tied Then more wriggling and
the audience had any criticism of the nation's most distinguished youngsters In their Sunday best squirming and questions

the Russian ilrlj who did the But that would be cash ic guests Wednesday and took them to the Where'd the band go? Is that
Well does the former presl. President's outdoor news con. the White House What's that on
modeling
-except that t
theywould on the line. "Such furs are not dent know this famous old homeon ference. This Is her story of the top of It?
be unlikely to get a modeling job sold on Installment," a spokes Pennsylvania Avenue. It was big event When the President Invited all

for any Western European man explained. "Not at those s '' there he lived In the early 1950s the youngsters to Join him on the
fashion house.PRETTY. ( while the sagging White House By MARGOT CORMIER stage, Elizabeth toe* the boy
prices On Installmentsyou e
anyway.
t WASHINGTON AP A
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was being rebuilt from top to In tow
can buy synthetic furs which bottom And It was there that whoop of Joy came from 10-year. I saw them climb to the stage.
FARMERS cost considerably less." H e t wild Puerto Rican revolutionaryies old FIlzaMh, a hundred questions Then they vanished In the
They wore no makeup. They Many of the styles shown were stormed the door in a bloody from ear-old John, a throng

bloomed with vigorous good based on regional folk costumes, but unsuccessful attempt to as. thoughtful silence from 4.year. I saw the President, looking
old
health. They didn't look like sasslnate blm.President Billy somewhat like the Pled Piper,
of them clearly
J some out of the It My husband had Just announced *
Johnson figured and
acores of other children My
movie stars, but like the girl on Russian that all Invited
fherewere "you're
czarist et*
is not every day that a former own were out of sight,
the ''next farm or In the next to President Johnson's news
elaborate evening gowns with an president about to turn 80 hits Reappearing finally, they
"
I apartment house. Indian sari effect. One costume town. So he Invited Truman to conference. He suggested that made yet another trip to the re
at the Blair House which even the baby, Michael, would freshmen
had tight-fitting trousers tucked stay tentElizabeth .
Cove all, most of them
werea want to gorbid he was over.
Is usually reserved for kings, managed to shake
7 great deal more shapely than Into quarter-length boots and queens and olUrlch sheiks ruled hands with Mrs Johnson. And

f the slinky types who do the covered over with a three- r The President telephoned ad. WI'dnt'lIday-.he big day I all the children got to pat the

modeling for fashion houses In quarter length sports coat vance birthday greetings to Truman got shoes polished and Sunday President beagles, "Him" and
I Wednesday, school suits out Billy's Jacketwas "Her
the West. Their figures leave dirty and I had to borrow
lie began the conversation Everyone was happy
KNEE SHOW
little room for criticism. "1 wantedto one
with a jest, saying:
Fur hats were common but Bird Naptlme was a shambles. No
Knees showed In some of the call collect, but Lady
afternoon dresses larking In novelty Fine leather wouldn't let me. I only have one would sleep Tuskegee Grad
even though
We were In the car by 3:15
boots which have swept Western change enough for three min.
most of the models were a little utl'.." and on tin drive Into the city
Europe the past two winters
more below the knee than current were "I will tell you what I will the boys rehearsed the greeting, Gets High U.S.Government .
worn with skirt and blouse com. '"How do do Mr, Presl
Italian style allows. do/ replied Truman. "I will ac. you ,
blnatlons, sports outfits and almost kept it as collect" dent." Job
Furs rot most of the attention everything except evening Johnson told Truman he was At the White House gate, a

of the Italian women viewers gowns. -- -- .....- "one of our greatest national as. long line of mothers and chiU WASHINGTON\ (AP) Pres

There were full length astrakans, Peasant costumes aboundedand HtAll' ), BH1I\I Tilllhl f. HHl1' / pr,'frv ('' ''1,1! Sole "1tenoniiiMme ., sets" and added:: "When you dren walled It looked like Sat.urday Ident has promoted Charlotte

Esqulmo hooded white trite fox, many of these, as well as maki, 'upuiduttHm, n m il i' ih in iH II.. .t, oft mode r ttt a keg kit m ('aItaly blow out those candles, Mr. hoed movie afternoon theater al the except neighbor for Morton Hubbard 'to what was described
,
think of
I
nil \ i' e of itirmstlietHay President, hope you tatty\ as the highest
and short re Ir mu" I r ill t: II nltitn fc ftuAluiu
capes. some of the more ordinary day .. all the lights you have turned on everyone looking! more dresundup
kn, < , ranking permanent, federal postto
Ie"r (nm lift. a i f 11 if 11'//111I"" "" d fllitf and a peasant-tprmurninf .
wear, had skirts hiked up to showas << uftt"tni in drt during 80 years. They are still be held by a Negro woman.
CASH FOR FURS burning In Greece and Turkey Entry: to the White House
much knee as you can see Johnson announced the appointment
Women who asked were told amt Western Europe and the grounds brought a reaction of of Mrs Hubbard a.
these days on Rome's Via V.n.lo
excitement mixed with relief
Club Far East and In the hearts of
Kiwanis a deputy assistant secretary oflla'e
that an astrakan In Russia costs or Paris' Champs Elysees. that we had make It, The lawn
your countrymen"Responded .
,
/ for public affairs Wednes.day
The peasant outfits were In Tots Teenagers livenLBJ's Truman "I don't was lush and green, the red. noting that her f..lher-Dr.

Alcohol lively cotton prints with apron Meets MondayAt think we have had a better pres.dent coated Marine Band was play. Robert fl. Morton-triad been a
Drug Ing and red-aml-whlte striped
effects, and bright colored ( In a hundred years than suciessor to Booker T,Washing.
Elks ClubThe we have right now, and I am awnings hung over the refresh ton as president <* Tuskegee In.
scarves as headgear News Conference merit stands.
Addiction Talks tickled to death with him.; stltule.
The collection lost luster In We
Klwanls Club will met'lMOlldJY t t: After lunching and sprucing fount the best seats we Speaking al a news confer
most of the non-peasant costume WASHINGTON (AP) While Said he knows of no agree May 11, at the Elk i up at the Blair House, Truman could, well In the rear, while. ence, Johnson added that Mrs.
At High SchoolA daywear Women here said announced., had a dale tonight with District waiting for the President to appear
reporters' children squirmed in ment with the Soviet Union that Club, a spokesman Hubbard has built "a distinguished
dresses and suits looked Ionic: their seats and munched on involves Soviet acqulesence Meeting time will be 7 p.nv,, of Columbia Masons At a din. the children made two reputation In civic affairs
two-day dedicatedto cookies President Johnson what has been term,, ner he la to get the award for''trips for cookies and punch. education and
program oulmod d. And the hats? Well, American spy plane surveillanceof Through: govern-
the prevention of drug, alcohol even on the fairest haired of the passed on the kind of news that Cuba. ed a"mlsunderBtandlng"theKl<,. distinguished service from them When they weren't eating or Born al Hampton, Va., 51
; and tobacco addiction makes congressmen squirm: Acton Hoped that the Senate will. wants Club learned at last Mday's t ,, Grand Lodge of the District. ''drinking, they kept asking, years ago, Stirs Hubbard devoted
Soviet models they lookeddreary.Shadowlan Where's the President?
started today at the Naples the administration programor pass the civil rights bill by the meeting It muM seek anev i Friday Truman speaks at a ) nearly three decode to
fJohnson
Senior High School. face a possible Ute summer end of the month or the early meeting place. The club bas bf>el 1 luncheon of the National Press Where's daddy educational and public relations
Plans recall.! part of June so that Congress meeting: at Daronl's Restauran t Club and then foregathers at came Into view and work before Joining the State
field director
R.H. Lloyd, "The people's> business must can turn to such administration since 1957In dinner with members of the old I the boS Jumped to stand on Department laIC year tl help
of the state narcotic<< and alcohol Roundup May 12th Truman senatorial Investigating I their folding chairs Jodnt'achair
come first, the President declared programs as the antipoverty mutters; uf KiwanlsbusinessClayton handle the department's 'refs.lions
education office Is pre- as he mixed business and medical aid measures Bigg reported that 1:2 committee. This was the com seat collapsed and his latest cup pith) communities around
senting the on one For FirstGradersA newsmen's .mlttee which, in Its quiet 'of punch flew over the both (if ment.;
program replying to questionswith Johnson said "some cynic 1!!I I essays written by btudonli at tin way,
hour schedules In the school first grade "round-up" for pleasure-pla>Ing pltnlc people think there may be a deliberate Naples|. Senior High School ha d did so much to keep the UJS. 'us.As Mrs. Hubbard's formal schooling .
auditorium. Lloyd will presentthe children who will attend classesfor host In the White House backyard slowdown in the Sen. been turned over to his commit!.war effort on the beam during the President made his Included home economics at
program using films and the first time next fall will ate" and then went on to say ee for grading, The winner wll 1 World War II. .opening" announcements, Lllza.: Tuskegee Institute and graduate
human specimens.The be held at the Shadowlawa Elementary "I strive to please,'' Johnson that If there Is one he would be presented a scholarship. Th. I beth sat engrossed. The boys work In education and physical
human specimens display School on Tuesday, May said at one point Wednesday, "seriously consider" railing essay topic was "Free Enter! RIVER FISH AGAINST FLOOD wriggled and squirmed. I didn't education al Boston Universityand
showed three variations of 12, from 843am. to 1045: a.m. and the setting proved It. Be. Congress back after the Repub. prints"' SM1TIILAND, Ky. (AP) I hear much of what he said, Bennlngton" College, VI
of Mothers are asked to brine fore him were tots toteen.agers, llcan National Convention In Chuck Vndoplch reported an Livingston Count residents. The.PresidentJ'epog, z-gddadJ. ,6hfl..married M.i QQ. L.Iiub. ...
the effect smoking on lungs, birtb, certificates for the re.gistrattin children of newsmen invited to July and the Democratic con. lnfer-rlub) \> meeting with Fort "b i, UI.!<" one ,rivets when ( a question and the boys bard In 1945. He Is a Justice De .
the.h. ,!)F-\1, end!.t thejjhlpkjng(! pt9- A free audiometer the i residential news tonfereme vent Ion In August era V."lllJllcll, Phil Jlrujik, Its"Driver flooding threatened Smith. stood on their seals again t./\; ':Pa.rtl\'tII\I 1atY' r73 1r1i 1NW'
eels, the brain.Of 'test will be available fur each and plied with punch served up "I think that the people of this Mid Shelby Hatley attended. land. They held a fish fry to "Daddy's up now," John an chl1d"ren.: J
particular Interest, Lloyd child who Is accompanied by a at gaily colored refreshment country are entitled to have a John Emerson was chose n help pay for s levee around the I nounced. We couldn't hear Ibo r..csle 11/
stated his most recent specimen parent. stands. vote on these' lmi>oitaiit meas. lucky member\ al the meeting;. town. The levee held hick the question and then John added, By I l I Iron casting -
Is a cancerous lung of a Children must be six years of The newsmen's wives| respond.ed ures," he de Isred. "This ad. waters this year but another fish '"Daddy's" down now." permitted mass production of
69-year-old man who had smoked age on or before January 1,1965, to the presidential Invitation, ministration Is entitled to havea The "Craters of the Moon'are 1 fry was scheduled to help pay For the boys, the news confer everything from eifbeslers to
two packs cigarettes dally to bA eligible for first grade clan too, and by White House count vote on them, and I am going located In Idaho. for name work on the harrier, nee'I was over, washing machines

for 30 years. The lung was sea there were 1,080Ieople| on handa to ask the Congress to vote
removed about 30 days ago after record, of sorts, for the usu. them up or down." ay'C
ally\ serious business of dealing But the afternoon was too sunny ,
the died. ,
man '
Students will attend the one Marquette To Give with the pi ess. and the President too Intent
On the sober side, Johnsonl on playing the showman to re.
hour session during their free Robert F. Kennedy Announced that Secretary of main on a serious track.
times. Parents and other Interested
Defense Robert S. McNamara
Asked about his health-e
Individuals are Invitedto Honorary Degree will make still another visit to
\ suffered a severe heart attack What Better Way To Say -
attend the sessions at 8:30 South Viet Nam to see how the In 1955-he blended medical
MILWAUKEE (AP) Mar.
and 9:30: a.m., and the afternoon quette University announced to. war against Communist guerriLLas data with a jest "They tell me

sessions at 2:30 and 3:30: day that Atty. Gen. Robert F. Is progressing that my blood pressure Is 125
o'clock. Kennedy will deliver the commencement Asked labor to hold wage de. over 78, that my heart I I. nor.
address and receive mantis within the bounds of pro. mal, and that I don't have any
Government ncientuti have degree at graduation ductlvlty Increases and appealed aches and pains. I feel fine I
succeeded in isolating a pigment un honorary exercises Sunday, June 7. to business to hold the price line get adequate rest and good pay, -- -
that tell plants when to bloom. or even cut I Aces. and plenty to eat."

Without any prompting; at all,
Johnson reminded his audience
here and those across the roun.
try who heart him on radio and Then take her out to Dinner this
watched him on television-of
1$ the now.famous dog.ears Incl. Sunday, Mother's Day She'll Love Dining ataroni's !
TO SUFFER WITH THE dent by announcing "I have to.

day accrued lifetime member
\9US HEAT ALL SUMMER! ship in the Vanderburgh Hu.
mane Sorlely of Evansvllle, In.

y- WHEN diana lie even" remembered to poke

fun at his s''''clary,
IT'S SO EASY TO OWN A bushy.haired George Areas Reedy, by k .. .",

telling: the children: "Someoneeven

acrrecjltel suggested to the you White should Mouse be Fifth Avenue, South Phone Midway 2.9619

Here you are. I think that that *
QuietCooliffinerson person ought to remain anonymous \o*.
at least until he has his do
Radio( hair cut again.'"' ii
And he concluded the affali . Menu . "
by having the children gathet F
t: i
Easy ---a- round to have their pictures
taken with him,
SOUP DU JOURt

Mount :I tl ?:M Hepatitis Cases

CHOICE OF
M M Attributed To -

Instant t Septic Tanks 1/2 Broiled Spring Chicken AnglaiseOR


Installing M WM DEERFIELD BEACH (AP; -
a a Dr Paul Hughes, county mediJ < Baked Sugar Cured Ham Raisin Sauce

I examiner, reported today ,
that overflowing septic tanks I Served with -

had aused an outbreak of hepatitis 'I" Snowflake Potatoes, Candied Yams, Buttered New Peas,
among children here.Ten A "
hlldren In one element Cauliflower Polyneise, Chefs Tossed Salad with Sliced

4000 B.T.U. Coding ary school, contracted the al\1. Tomato, Fruit Jello with Whipped Cream
Capacity ment, a live Inflammation, and \ ,
NEMA the other victim was a 3-year.
old child Some 100 parents and ,n, .< : $2.45
::;
ANYWHERE COMPARE $ 99 95 children shots were as given protection gammglbulin j II. Tea

again the dlM4e.
} l
The tanks overflowed _
Models avallsM q u 24.000 RT.L. Full septic 1
after heavy rains last week. ,
With fill I ,r. latter and carts gaaraatee at se extra cost Year Warranty i Health auth.iritles said property _

dlt owners have corrected the con. We Are Here To Serve You 7 Days A Week Year 'round

EMERSON :r $380 I Ii ion.Prison + Try Our -
COLOR TV
Complete Lunch for $1.00 Served Every Week Day
Population Up

: "$ervke Dept. For Color and B & W TV TALLAHASSEE AP) In, ':
mates of Florida's prisons de

Mi General Electronics Inc. 'Teased month The ,prisons reaching by 17 system during a total of reported the 1,473 past L Fifth Avenue, South Phone Midway 2-9619


that 463 prisoner were received
Sake A fervkx during the month! mostly) from
the 'aunts that Imposed the sen
144 I tk A..... Be. Ml 3-4S2.
tenses, and that 4W were released

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Another Shutout For Bell 50 Men SwingFor '"t,.:i'. ;,}?;".',,i4m'f! ,! >\ 4.fI": \) Bets On Nicklaus


Standard Honors At ;. t. V Off In

Exchange Teams '. .. As 72 Tee

The Beach ClubAbout }
"
Worth MeetFORT
Fort
Triumoh T In I 50 players participatedIn ( .I'I''
Little League
': ': 1 ,,' WORTH, Tex. (AP-
., yesterday's regular weekly field
I -- -- -- oj Rain and a top-light poseda
outing of the Beach Club Men'sygpld
Tim BeD of Standard Oil mound, and an error b Golf Association, competing ford 'f ,. :!:WI;', duplicate threat to Jack Nick.
pitched his second In one I. laus today as he opened his bid
straight run. Greg Han singled: honors In low net scoring tl

shutout and Exchange won Its in two runners to send Exchange :c. The winners were At 68, L.F. J" for tatlon the Golf Colonial National Invl. . . . . . . . . .

first game of the season in listnight's Into the lead, 5-4. Tw, McConnell; at 70, Irv Sherwood Nicklaus Championship.
Little more runs scored and Pete Leffersonj at 71 G.L. ;i\\ <:> young powerhouse
double. ,
League on anothei ; -
'
from Ohio, was rated the favor. COLLIER COUNTY NEB d Thursday May 7, 1961I
Cline
header at Gambler Park. error. William Henderson and : : : ; 6
lie as 72 players teed off In
Errors figured In the Klwanti: Ray Ellersj; at 72, Al Hackett and ,;
Exchange hopes to keep the of '
quest
a plump $75,000 purse.
winning habit when the Pirates second Inning, which was POO( T.K. Montgomery.Beach;: :: A record $14,000 has been set
for throe runs. David Vachoi Club Pro Paul Bell continuing I naseball I
tangle with undefeated Holland t aside for the winner who, the I Roundup
Ms
Salley Friday at 7tl5. Trail doubled and scored on an error handicap series of tips for high( experts contend. will be Nick.
players viewed the
In the
third to boost par
Cleaners meets Jaycees In the the leadto 3. 200-vard number 16 hole and laus, Masters champion Arnold I I By MURRAY CRASS back New York 12.4 and Chlca.go .
4-0. Mucky: Flowers pilDh''. tabbed It Mt Palmer or defending champion) l defeated
StlS first game. tough one. A lake on Associated Press Sports Writer San Francisco 4.2.
Den and Ray Jensen of Trill ed three no-hit Innings for Kl. the left, considered a lateral Julius Boros. Dave Nicholson reaching for Nicholson's second homer In
.
wants, but he ran out of inn hazard, and trees on the right However, It was youthful i l greater heights with his the first game, a two.run blow,
In fine even
Cleaners locked a
up Ings. He had pitched three InnIngs .- add to the difficulty of the dls. Dave Ragan of Orlando, Fla.,strikeout act this season has climaxed a four.run rally and
pitching duel that was score earlier In the week. tance Involved. who stole the preliminary spot[ added depth to the other half of clinched the victory for Gary
less until the last of the fifth light with a two.under.piir 68 In
Walker Bell the
came In and gave up, advised playing down the his repertory Peters In nightcap, Nichol.
Inning. Standard then scored two runs to Exchange In the, right center of the fairway, con. 7 a pro-amateur Wednesday. It|; The Chicago White Sox .wing.er son's two.run blast came during
five runs with two out to win, fourth to make It 4-2 before I slderlng the tree hazard less netted 50. him first-place money of is missing the third strike at Chicago's flve.run first Inning.

50. Exchange defeated Kl- Exchange broke loose In the I dangerous than the lake. skies all i a slightly faster rate than he did Jim Gentile had cracked a
Cloudy threatened
wanls, 8-6, and now every team fifth. Vachon and Keith Bell also reviewed two 1964 last season when he fanned a thtee-run homer for the AtMJtt..
Me- day to wash out the
has won at least one game. Duffle had USGA rules for players. He said $3,500 ap.!,: record 175 florae Ics In the first.
two hits
foKiwants after showers
apiece pltlzer dumping
Bell tossed a five-hitter and r stepping on a ball mark Is per. soft But Nicholson went a long Floyd Robinson connected for
kept Trail Cleaners well Larry Rogers, In relief miasmic as repair work on-the Intermittently for 48 hours.I' way Wednesday night toward the White Sox In the third while
pretty of Hall However the threat
under control. Therehavebeentwo was the winning green. Covering a second rule, UP TO I IT produced I! showing his ability as a double Minnie Mlnoso belted a three.
pitcher Bobby Lon of little more than a good soaking
he said a ball overhanging the Savannah Ga. ia only" i; threat as the White Sox swept a run pinch homer In the seventh,
shutouts In Little Leagueso lip of a cup, should get only a six and tine' the hoop li a little high for coniutmtaccuracy for the treacherous 7,122-yard, doubleheader from Kansas City putting the game far beyond

far this season, and Cell 2 Pre-T'o ey few seconds wait, and It It a itp ladder l II the aalutian- in_. ?._?.,,.?..... '..m_ .i.... course 8.4 and 11.4.ActuallY Kansas City's reach.
has thrown both of them. The doesn't A revised forecast called for
fall
It Is held to three
considered at it was the ball that The Yankees
tall 11-year-old righthander Favorites Play rest more cloudiness with a possi. 873 feet by home runs in 13 erupted
went a long way- games
Improved his control, walking In a tip for the day, Bell reminded Jim Umbricht's Death bully of thundershowers.New Comiskey Park measurement. for five homers but still gained
At Zealander
LauderdaleFORT May Bob Charlesand
only four and striking out nine. players, that golf Is a Dan Sikes of Ponte Vedra The hit was one of three home only a split with the Senators.
Standard was held hitless and LAUDERDALE.(AP),,. game of concentration and cau. Fla. deadlocked ,j runs Nicholson clouted In the Hector Lopez connected twice
runless for four Innings by Jensen rwo of the pre.tournament fa.rorltes ., tloned players to think of other low for second two games. and Mickey Mantle and Roger
the with
who had nine strikeouts. meet today In the quart,, golfers' on adjacent greens' or Have Saved Fullback's Life Each among picked up $pros 27' for his 69s.et. According to existing records, Marls once each as New York
tees.
Bell started the winning fifth ler-flnals of the Southern Worn,, Loud noises and conver.satlons forts. only a 600.foot blast by Babe> glided to the iltat-game victory.

by beating out an Infield hit. sn's! Amateur Golf Tournament. are distracting to these South African Ruth at Detroit In 1928 wentCarther : Mantle hit another in the sec.
Barbara Fay White, sensation,, players, he said. HOUSTON (AP-The deal!. and turned to the sports section Gary Playerwas than Nicholson's home i ond game, which the Senators
Then a picture frustration aft
came a walk
a
runt,f the winter tour, plays Nancy of one young athlete or a Los Angeles newspaper. ninth when Chuck
may have| er he whipped In with 69 run over the roof of the left.fleldstands. I won In the
scoring single with two out by Ruth of Hollywood Fla. of Indirectly saved the He read, with rising Interest a onlyto third
one life of an. Hlnton scored from on
I discover that he had 15 dublIn
Gary Hartford, an error, and tl:he country's best amateurs who Roger CrozierIs other. and a sense of uneasiness, of his bag and therefore Nicholson's other two homers; catcher Elston Howard's passed

Hartford's steal of home to has the added advantage of Selected AHL Mickey Herskowitz of the, the death of Jim Umbrlcht, the subject to a four.shot was penalty. didn't go as far, but they still l ball. Hinton smashed a two.run
make It 3-0. Ed Frank singled mowing the 6,25G-yard Coral Houston Post Houston Colt pitcher, from cau- and
traveling with the The resulting 73 knocked him accounted for four runs and I homer In the first game a
and Mark Allen hit a home run Ridge Country Club course. Rookie Of Year Houston Colts, told from Los An. cer.Pardee out of the money. gave him four homers for the t lhree run blow In the second.
over the right-field fence to end Miss White, daughter of a clubro gales Wednesday the remarkable thought about the Nicklaus the tour's season
P at Shreveport, La., ellmlnat. CLEVELAND (AP) Roger story that Involves mole on his right arm. He had leadlnemmeywlnner
the scoring. Crozier the an almost with $46,150 offl. At the same time, the 6-foot.2, Fire Lou StrongAs
22.year.old goalie noticed It
*d Polly Riley of Fort Worth, chilling coincidence. nearly a year ago 215'Dounder
Allen Is the first Little Lea- dally 70 gave equal treat
whose part-time was among seven
rex, slx-tlme winner of this performances Two weeks Jack Pardee and last winter-in the middleof Dirpctor\
ago
guer to hit more than one hornet were a big factor In Pittsburgh's the shooters who won $159 for the ment to his strikeout artistry,, PGA
tournamentand| 3 former star fullback at pro football season-he
yesterday. Texas fanning three times r'>
this His four hits afternoon. r a ;...so"
this
season. winning the Western WEST PALM BEACH AP-
Division
tI. knew he (
should
Miss Roth whipped| the voter AIM and now a linebacker with consult a doctor total of 22. If he maintains his
season Include two homers a tie In the American Nicklaus says the recurringback Lou director of golf for
Strong
a n Marge Burns of Greensboro, Hockey i the Los Angeles Rams of the "The way the papers de. present and bats the
triple, and a single. j)4.C., 3 and 2. League, was selected today as National Football League,quiet. scribed It," Pardee said, "It Injury that bothered him of pace times he did samenumber last the Professional Golfers Association
Kiwanis took the outstanding AHL rookie of sounded In the final round at the LeVegas a as said he was fired Wednesday
an early lead, TUh Preuss of Pompano ;ly underwent surgery for the exactly like what I had. year, the 24.year.old rlght.hand.
then Exchange counted five rum BIn leach, arch rival to Miss Ruth, the 196344 season removal of a malignant growth .1 made an appointment to see a Tournament of Champi. er would strike out 194 times. because of a difference of
the fifth to go out In From meals Mrs. Scott Probasco of I: Crozier will receive the Dud. i on his right forearm. doctor the next morning. Actual. ons has disappeared loRd he Nicholson wasn't the opinion on running the new golf
feels only
Kiwanis came back with sin- hattanooga, Tenn., In the quart' ley (Red) Garrett Memorial Pardee now recovering at his ly, my wife-Phyllis-had In. two fine.strokes.He won the tourneyby home run hitter Wednesday headquarters.

gle runs In the fifth and sixth, erJInals. Trophy and a league bonus of I home In the San Fernando Val. listed on it." night. The New York Yankees Strong, who managed the new
In other $300. He received 37 of a possl. 1 ley, Is optimistic about Tests revealed the growth on PGA here
but It was not enough. pairings, Maureenrum 1 ble the fu. got into the act as they split a headquarters near ,
Relief : of Plant City meets Mrs. 45 points In the voting 011 I lure, and will know within 30 Pardee's arm was mallgant. His Hurricanes Will doubleheader with Washington said the PGA had been cancelIng .
pitcher Walker
Ducky Paul Hciidrix of Tyler, Tex., sports writers and broadcasters i iI day: If he can report In July for doctor told him he had mela. winning the opener 9.2 and ,, social engagements that he
of Kiwanis In I II dropping
trouble
In the !
fifth got md Bea Morley of Fort Lauderdale --I George Bayer'i last the start of his eighth profes. noma-black mole cancerthevery Have Negro On the nightcap 5.4. Cleveland had been accepting for the new
by walking three batters. : meets Mrs. James Lee of solf sional I season. form of the disease that home clubhouse
runs
victory came in the 1960 St. stopped Baltimore
Mike Arthur took over on the On the had been detected too late InUmbrleht. Varsity In 1966
Coral: Cables Petersburg Open. morning of April 10, 7.5, Detroit whipped Boston The PGA has been under
Pardee sat down to breakfast MIAMI (AP) University of 6.3 and Los Angeles nipped court order to remain at the new
On April 20 surgeons at the Miami officials reportedly planto Minnesota 4.31n other American headquarters despite Its conten.

Medical Center at UCLA re. have at least one Negro play League games tlon the golf course does not I

moved the growth er on Its 1966 varsity football In the National League, come up to its standards. "
-F
About. Pardee had never met the team If contract matters with Pittsburgh edged St. Louts
late Houston pitcher, whose de. some opponents can be workedout. 1.0. Los Angeles halted Houston Strong said that he believed

I termination touched and In. 5.2, Philadelphia edged Mllwau. the PGA should continue business I

I spired people throughout the ke. 7.6, Cincinnati turned as usual despite the court
The Herald head
quoted Foot. order.
country.
.
?
/ I '
t
cr OJ ball Coach Charlie Tate as say. PGA management committee
.'1-12 2!. : 1L" TT log ."I'm ready to start as soon '' I, chairman Leo :'Frab6rw* North' I
) h I{. IG eII ''' .." : Yesterday's$ is1' It is feasible schedulewlee.we If Willie. HartacKGets : field, NJ. confirmed fctr&ng had

; pf uur\AfJJ' have any problems, they will $1.20 More been fired
1 be with games In other southern
4 Stars cities" For Winning Derby lie said Frederick Danlelskl
was named temporary director
/ aid (Witty(M- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Miami has games scheduledwith NEW YORK (AP) Willie i of golf for the PGA to replace

: BATTING Dave Nicholson, Louisiana and Tulane In Hartack who rode Northern i strong.
,1'i White Sox, hit three homers, :1966 and 1967 and at Auburn in Dancer to victory In last Satur. 1
one a 579.toot shot-the second :1968 and Alabama In 1969. 'day's Kentucky Derby at Chur. |

longest homer on record-In i chill Downs, earned at least
Chicago's 6.4,11.4 doubleheader Tate said "the thing could not ;$11,431.20 Instead of $11,430 for a growing

f sweep over Kansas City. I possibly come up until '66, because I his winning ride.

THE GOLF COURSE PITCHING Bob Friend PI. we have no Negroes The extra $1.20 over the cus. living symbolof

rates, recorded the 31st shutout :signed for our '64 varsity team. iII tomary i 10 per cent of the win. love .

We are most appreciative of the acceptance of the of his major league career, we signed one or more next fling i purse came from Mrs.Will your '

stopping St. Louis 1.0 with ale winter, their varsity eligibility i lam E. Behrlnger of Bay Shore,
course by our Naples neighbors Approximately 100 hitter. would not begin until '66."
]2 A.,-r.:., a community on Long Is.Ilana. .
of you have signed up for summer playing privileges. .

The summer season lasts until Dec. 15th, 1964. Baseball found a check in a
StandingsNational from Mrs.Behrlnger in his Ds

Wednesday In the Jockey

LeagueW. American LeagueW. quarters at Aqueduct.

Family! $75.00 Single - $60.00 1.. Pet. G.B. L. Pct G.B,* "Quite by accident" wrote

.; San Fran. 12 S .706 I Cleveland 10 5 .667 Mrs. Behrtnger, "I picked your
Philadelphia 11 6 .647 1 I Chicago 10 S .667 mount, Northern Dancer, In a
Daily Green Fees 3.00 Milwaukee 12 7 .632 1 ]New York 8 7 .533 2 Kentucky Derby pool. You rode

Pittsburgh 11 8 .379 2St. I Baltimore 9 8 .529 2 an excellent race. Therefore I

Electric Louis 11 9 .550 2'/i Detroit I 9 8 .529 2 would like you to accept 10 per
Cart Rental 5.00 Cincinnati 11 9 .500 2'/4 I Minnesota 9 10 .474 3Vi L cent of my winnings." Enclosed

Chicago 7 9 .438 4'/j' I Los Angeles 9 10 .474 3'/' ;L was the check for 120.

Electric Caddy Cart Rental 1.50 Los Angeles 9 12 .429 5 I Boston 7 10 .412 4
Houston 8 14 .364 61iJ'' Washington 9 11 .400 4VS,:
r Nw York 3 16 .158 10 >Kansas City 7 11 .389 41/!: Florida State

Our Members and Guests find the Course In 1 Wednesday's Results Wednesday's Results
Chicago 4, San Francisco 2 Cleveland 7, Baltimore S

a Excellent Playing Condition Cincinnati 12, New York 4 Detroit 6, Boston 3 League
_.... Philadelphia 7, Milwaukee 6 Los Angeles 4, Minnesota 3 GIVEMOTHER
".. Pittsburgh 1, St. Louis 0 Chicago 8-11. Kansas City 4-4, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
v Los Angeles 5, Houston 2 New York 9.4, Washington 2.j Fort Lauderdale held first A
THE \ Today's Games Today's Games place in the Florida 1 I State
PLANT
1 I. Chicago at San Francisco Baltimore at Cleveland, N League today after a 5.3 defeat !

Ii': Cincinnati at New York New York at Washington, N f I of Daytona Beach, the former
SWIMMING POOL St. Louis at Pittsburgh, N Boston at Detroit leader. EACH POT IS

Milwaukee at Philadelphia, N Los Angeles at Minnesota Centerflelder Bob Cantrell

4 'X We have been given the "Green ''a Houston Fridays at Los Games Angeles, N Only games scheduled three doubled Fort and singled Lauderdale, driving runs.in BEAUTIFULLYDECORATED

Light" on our plans by the State of Los Angeles at San Francisco Friday's Games Pitcher Marty Wllloughby trl.
.. .. Florida and .r N Chicago at Los Angeles' N pled and later scored In the
construction
.. HAS St. Louis at New Kansas City at Minnesota, N third.
York, N
<.. .. AFRICAN
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BEEN STARTED Our Baltimore at Detroit N St.
zu contract Cincinnati at Philadelphia, N Petersburg edged Lakeland
calls for completion by June 1st, '64. Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, N New York at Cleveland, N 32. Singles by Norv Rasmus.
Only games scheduled Boston at Washington, N mussen, Tim Young and Tom VIOLETS
I Smith In the eighth resulted In i
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_} FAMILY FEE. $50.00 a tte.breaklnt Orlando defeated run. Miami 3.2 $1.45

L1 "., PLAY BETTER GOLFBy on the strength of a bases.load.

= Must be Either A Social ed single in the bottom of the
/'l'; .. TommyArmourBackswlng 11th Inning by Catcher Don HYDRANGEAS
Cross. Orlando tied Miami In
Member
or a Golfing Member
'41'/u < :
i the seventh with a single run $2.95 and $3.95GERANIUI1iS

Annual Social Member Fee $25.00 Timing and after held the third.the Marlins scoreless ;

/ trouble with a back- Sarasota pitcher Roger Nelson
ABOUT OUR REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT 0 1rTHE that is too fast is hurled a four-hit shutout and his

teathat it docs not allow enough teammates collected 10 hits In a 95cMANY
3.0 win over Tampa.W. .
\ time for essential, things to

haPl' n. For instance:When L. Pct.G.B
Ft Lauderdalel3 4 .765 OTHER
G CYPRESS GOLF 6 }ou snatch the club back '
Left
NS Daytona Bch. 12 4 .750 / EXOTIC PLANTS
Our lot COUNTRY CLUB shoulder swiftly you probably won'tget St.Petersburg 10, 6 .625 2t,.
area U named Big Cypress Golf the body turn you need Tampa 8 8 .500 4Vi

and Country Club Eitttei. NOIE IN touches or get( yourself steadily set Lakeland ? 8 .467 5 39c vP

70 lots were offered for sale Feb. lit 1964 TNE wAll chin at the top of lour back- Miami 8 10 .375 6'/i

Twenty have been sold and more are In various COIF C UB swing. A good: way of correctly Sarasota 4 II .214 8

stages of negotiation. Three homes are nearing timing your backswing. is to Orlando 3 12 .200 9

completion and more are being planned. \ make sure that your left shoulder Wednesday's Results
OoelletU good
On May 15th 1964, there wiM) > a 10'. w touches your chin before you start Beach Fort 3Orlando Lauderdale 5, Daytona

Increase In prices. W. $ 861 douniwing. You'\e to hold CORBINLINDABURY-
suggest you visit our ut4, t your !got 3, Miami 2
property and if you like what you see See jour head steady but don't get stiff- St. Petersburg 3, Lakeland 2

HOWARD CARRIS our sales manager You szarrte, rraas{ e ow re A ruv wain vt necked or you will stiffen and slow Sarasota 3, Tampa: 0Thursday's .
1 wish to I w down detail of swing. Games .
ma/ move up to Country Club living. try your
t I 104 by Tb Cal<-w. TrtbuM Lakeland at St. Petersburg GARDEN CENTER :
O ea CO Tampa at Sarasota 41* Teeth St. South !

Fort Lauderdale at Daytona B.ilMl LaapUght.r Cafeteria '

\ Beach Phase Ml 1-244
Miami at Orlando



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Ilpecf[ Records To Topple I Pollution PerilsRshing


11 FRAME CABIN State Army Engineers Plan

State Hiah. Track Meet Official SaysTALLAHASSEE I
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' .VESV1LLE (AP) Rec. year with Ms best being 4.IS. Florida Is Operations FloodgateFlorida's
are expected to fall in The pole vault record In Class -
blessed with an abundance of
events Friday and Satur. -
:
iy AA also may fall. John Morton $
In the annual state high of Miami Edison and Steve Ow. fresh water, much of which Is famous coastline Army Engineers have com-
JOt track meet at University supplied by Interstate rivers. about 40 cent of a
: ens of Miami Palmetto both Jutting Into the Atlantic Ocean pleted per
-lorlda'i asphalt oval have done 14 feet 8 Inches this However, pollution Is already and Gulf of Mexico will under- $380 million Central and Southern -
he Class B meet will be run year. That Is a foot higher than : stealing much of this water and go simulated buffeting by hur- Florida Flood Control Pro-
and the Class making It unfit for fish or fish
Friday AA and
| the old record set by Harry Ev. ricane force winds and rising ject covering 18 counties and
ermen. Agricultural practices,
ill compete Saturday.wth .
of the Class B field has ans of Orlando Boone. industrial waste, and municipal floodwaters on May 8 as the 15,000 square miles of land.
Byron Overcash of Jackson
_e necessary a separate day vllle looms as a threat to break sewage disposal cna create dls. U.S. Army Corps of Engineerstests Although the project Lt only
those schools. the Class A 880-yard run mark. estrous results Insofar as Flor. Its flood fighting capability. partially completed It has been
Ida's fresh water fishing Is con. estimated that the completed
pen will be preliminaries at Overcash has been clocked In .
a. m. Friday and Saturdaye under 1158 several times this cerned, stated A.D. Aldrich dlr. Army Engineers will stage portion offered $4 In benefits
> 100 and 220-yard dashes,i season. ector, Game and Fresh Water the one-day test of their flood for each $1 spent on the multi
hurdles, high hurdles shutand Fritz Turner, Negro runner Fish Commission. fighting capabilities Inanexer- million dollar project. Obviously -
discus throw. Afternoon i from Miami Central who won t With an expanding populationplus else dubbed"Operations Flood- the protection capabilities
| ions will start at 1:41 p. m. the Class AA 10&yard dash last rapid Industrial growth gate." are less than they will
Florida Is faced with a pollu.
finals In the pole vault and I: year and was the first memberof e '14 Tf District Engineer Col. H.R. be when the entire project Is
tlon problem on a statewide and
Other finals
Jump. will start his
race to take part In the
local Parfltt explained that the Army completed. Army Engineers
45 p. m. state track meet, Is back again level as well as a serious
ortda High of Tallahassees but may have trouble defending threat from certain streams entering Engineers have a multipurposerole say.
the slate which may carry In floodlighting "We first Disastrous hurricanes of
a strong favorite 19 re.> his crown. Barry Strugnell of St.
Class B. Leesburg and Petersburg and Dick Pedurglel heavy loads of industrial and do. are required to protect GovernmentbuUt 1926 and 1928 across Lake
""n are expected to battle of Clearwater both did 9.7 last orErnoJDt mestlc pollution. flood control works. Okeechobee! claimed the livesof
f A honors while the week in their group qualifiers BEDROOM Aldrich pointed out the recent Including canals, levees and more than 2,500 people. In
i AA event Is wide open with to Turner's :8.8 In his. report of the Commission's Lake control structures.: the past 130 years there have
etersburg Miami Edison, Edison's Morton, a standout [ ] and Stream Survey, which Ind!. -Addttlonally.-Colonel Par- been 190 known tropical storms.
water, Orlando Boone and pole vaulter, shot putter and dls. Gated that fishing pressure ont e flit pointed our, ""'e can gift At least 82 of these have been
er Park among top contend.e .> cus thrower as well as a fine DINING LIVING 20'K Eicambla River tn northwest limited aid to state and localagencies dubbed hurricanes, and damage
high Jumper bids to be the out. Florida has decreased SO per which are Imminent has exceeded half a billion dol-
Class AA mark viewed as standing Individual In the two. cent since 1952. This decrease lars
rtual certainty to fall Is them day a/fair. Last year Fred Ayerof 0 directly associated with Indus danger of high water or when to coastal developments.
record of 4:25 set last year Florida High won three events 0 trial pollution both local and flood-fight exceeds the capa- Army Engineers have Invited -
jharnum bmlth Miami Edt. for the Demons setting state : j'. out of state. bllfctrs! of state and local agencies. the Red Cross Office
Merrill Moore of Gaines. marks In each, and took a sea Do And third" he said, -we of Emergency Planning Civil
has bettered that time on ond and ran a leg on a victorious A recent meeting of the Control Prea.dent's U document: flood results and gather Defense and the Central and
different occasions Water Pollution Southern Florida Flood Con
this relay team. bydrologlc data which assists -
TB B tl--1--J [ concern Advisory over Board the expressed pollution situs grave us In our planning for trol Project to participate as

tlon In the Apalachicola, Chattahixxhee die future" observers or "players" In the
icholson's Homer Story 36 PLAN NO. 5965 and Flint River Basins. one-day simulated storm.

One major Georgia city has no FLAT COUNTRY
sewage treatment whatever and FlorUa due to Its Wayland Brooks'
geographic

lot f Ball On Hot Tin Roof How About This For Beach Living? er raw Florida., which sewage Ordinary in p.turn Into water flows the treat rlv.Into hurricanes location and Is resulting susceptible! floods.to" Widow Will Seek

--- -- ----- "On Florida's flat
., terrain Seat
CHICAGO (AP)-This Is they the only time In my life I will ment procedures do .<< Include State Senate
of a baseball on a hot tinf. hear a thump up there." It Is This cabin has been designedfor level and one on the first level If a fire place Is desired, a analysis of the many and complex Colonel Parfln pointed out,"the KETCIIUM, Idaho (AP) -
375 feet to the first row In the use In mountain areas or at provide sleeping space for six prefabricated unit with chimneymay types of poison being used water runoff rate Is extremelyslow Mary Brooks, widow of U.S.
'''I was flying down from Min. lower deck. a beach. It is recommended by persons. Storage shelves are lo. easily be Installed. in Insecticides, fertlliters detergents and floods frequently last Sen. WayUmt Brooks of Illinois
polls to Chicago In my pri.e Ed Holstein White Sox park the Florida Agricultural Extension cated adjacent to the ship's lad. and Industrial process. for long periods of time catalog announced Wednesday she will
plane Wednesday evening," superintendent, sped to the Service with the Idea that der to the second floor bedrooms.The Complete working drawings for '1. The long rang effect of such extensive damage." seek the Republican nominationfor
s owner Art Allyn of the Chi. scene after Nicholson's homer the cabin may be built by two or Plan no. 5965 may be obtained unknown poisons on humans and Engineer Districts the State Senate from Blaine
;o White Sox. "I had the ra.on and later announced: three people with some small living-dining area which Is free of charge from T. C, Skin. fresh water fish Is very vague, forme around watersheds or County In south.'entral Idaho.
and heard that Dave "I paced it off. It came to rest knowledge of construction meth. In part two stories high, pro. ner, agricultural engineer Agri. and present-Jay facilities are basins, are limitedbyCongresIlonal Mrs. Brooks, now rancher,
holson had hit home runr vldes adequate near the cultural Extension Service Unt. to this national
a 573 feet away. space nut equipped analyre type action In assistance they was once Republican
the left.fleld stands of myk. If true, this beats Mickey ods.Two bedrooms on the second kitchen for dining purposes. verstty of Florida Gainesville pollution. local communitiesas committeewoman from Illinois
can give to
The radio people'Were so Mantle's well-publicized mod. and Is the daughter of the late
:Ited about It, I couldn't fig. ern era shot of 565 feet out of The Florida Fresh Water FIsh. a result of floods and storm U.S. Sen. John Thomas R.Ida.FURNITURE .
Explosion Wrecks Ing Improvement Act of 1983 pro. damage. Unless an area Is In .
j out what It was all about. old Griffith Stadium In Washing
'I landed and my wife, Doro- ton, D.C., In 1953. And it would TV RadioBy vldes funds for a study of polls Imminent danger or has been
Negro !Motel Being tlon. Such a study will necessarily
met me and said: 'Let's get rank the second longest ever hit declared a disaster area.Army
to the park right away. In the majors Babe Ruth's 600. CYNTHIA LOWRYAP been the policy of the show to Built At Jackson be of a limited nature and pri. Engineers can only offer adviceto
concerned with state rath
nethlng big has happened.' footer in 1926 is regarded No. 1, Televlsion-Radlo Writer present singers and others manly communities. However under -
'We rushed out to the park. according to available records. NEW YORK (AP-The end whose record sales were al the JACKSON Miss. (AP)-A Ne. er than Interstate pollution pro.blems. certain disaster conditionsthe FAIR
d what happened I guess Nicholson calmly said: of television's current "Beatle" top of popularity lists-which Is gro motel, still under construe While a watch will be Engineers can physically
s something historical." "Moe Drabowsky threw me a Infestation Is not yet In sight. where "The Beatles" and their tlon, was heavily damaged by maintained on the Interstate rlv.
What created this cliffhangers slider and I met It. But I've hit Fd Sullivan, whose CBS variety British brethren are currently an explosion Sheriff Fred Pick. era by the Game and Fresh Wat. aid state and local agencies
Nicholson's No. 2 homer of some base hits just as good hour seems to be a wholesale perched. ott said Wednesday night er Fish Commission the cor Operations Floodgate, how MOTHER'SSPECIAL
season In the first game of a This one Just went farther." Importer of Liverpool singing NBC's "White Paper" series Tho damage was discovered rectlon of pollution II up to the ever, Is aimed primarily! at pro-
night doubleheader which Drabowsky said: groups these days, has signed next season will Include a one when the motel owner mado a neighboring states. U the pollu. tecting government-built works
Sox swept M and 1M from "My bad luck is holding out. "Jerry and the Pace Makers" hour special| on Lee Harvey Os. routine check of the structure. Hon problems cannot be resolv. and serving In an advisory capacity f aI
Kansas City A's. It moved 1 give this famous home run for a second appearance next weld, accused assassin of Pres. Residents of North Jacksonhad ed on an Interstate cooperativebasis forcommunltles affectedby
m Into a tie with the Cleve. pitch. I give Stan Musial his Sunday and taped a third turn (dent John F. Kennedy.If reported an explosion Tues. the U.s. Public Health storms.Its .
id Indians for the American S.OOOtb hit. I lose when Early for use later on. NBC goes through with Its day night but sheriff deputies Service may be requested to biggest effort will be
ague lead. Wynn wins his 300th game. How There is still another group to plans for a "Daniel Boone" had been unable to find the take step to correct the condolions aimed at the Central and Southern !

twug wyNicpglsonwhoset.do you like:them !apples?". .> .coma over, !'BIIIJI.J." Kramee,*how next season (with Tess blast scene. ..ltuallofls'on'.01 Ueaqwhil.,ee.ch't ift City present tak. part of FJorlJ{ k which tree
Parker
'iWTtMous .
major league record for and the Dakota, which will -N )" Plckott said the blast rippeda
frontiersman of ing care of Us own, to heck with mOre hurricane arid flood prone
the show lot viewers
itkeouts with 175 last season appear on sometime ), a a 30 foot hole In the roof
p has 22 In 15 games this Methodists At next month. may get the Impression It Is a out walls nand buckle the downriver neighbor, and a than the northern areas. Storm
tr, had his biggest night In Elderly (I.e. over 21 years of new season of "The Richard gutted the floor. feeling that It Is up to Floridato generated tides could cause
eball He clubbed two Conference Hear age) television viewers who re. Boone Show," which has been look after Its own pollution staggering damage to highly( developed -
rners In the first game and Gently have received the im. canceled. Think however, of the Drive Carefully And Live affairs regardless of the source. coastal areas
:>(her in the second. lie Catholic Bishop pression that the Sunday night confusion If NBC has Iwo
ned three times. PITTSBURGH (AP) A show was Inundated with wrlth. Boone shows simultaneously In
But the prodigious stroke was Roman Catholic bishop, making Ing rock and rollers may be Us schedule.
first homer a solo shot, in an unprecedented appearance comforted by a statement of en.
opener. It went over the roof has told a conference of the tertalnment philosophy by Rob. Electrocute Texas
the left.fleld stands, aided by Methodist Church that the two ert Precht Sullivan's son-in-law
risk tallwlnd. faiths should draw closer to. who Is the show's producer."In Negro Youth Who
here was divided opinion gether "as the world grows more our minds, this British
ether it bounced on the roof and more secular." thing is something of a phenomenon Assaulted Woman
the ancient pavllllon or Bishop John J. Wright of the which has been occurringIn r.
ared it. And that Is where the Pittsburgh Roman Catholic dlo. the past three or four HUNTSVILLE, Tex. (AP>-A
months he said. young Negro died in the electric
itroversy bolls. rese expressed this view on, "They are extraordinarily
WVas It the longest homer In Wednesday at a General Confer attractive with the chair moments after midnight
Winlskey Park history? ence of the Methodist Church. younger viewers and we felt we at the State Prison for his partIn I
If'l doubt It," says veteran When Bishop Fred Pierce, should go along with It." the assault of a Houston + p
my Dykes once manager oft Corson president of the World I Precht said that It has always white woman. 25%
Sox and now an A's coach. Methodist Council, Introduced
"lack In about 1928 when I was Bishop Wright he said this
playing! with the old Fhlla.Jelphia marked the first time a Catho.
Athletics Jimmy Foxx lie bishop had spoken at a Methodist .
was my teammate. One day In General Conference or you are cordially DISCOUNT(I
Comiskey Park he smacked one had been Invited to speak.
that I know cleared the left The 900 delegates, church dignitaries invited to the.
.
fteld stands. Nicholson's homer and 1,000 visitors gave
bounced off the roof." the Catholic, prelate a standing
'The ball Nicholson belted was ovation.
brought to the press box bya He said "many and deep and on any
( beaming youngster who re basic are the differences be.
trleved It. tween us," but "It Is also
gift bought
""I was listening to the game true that together precisely as
on my transistor radio In the Christians we share a difference D v t
public park behind the stands -a difference from the world t sI for Mom!
while my dad was playing soft. that must draw us closer together .
ball," said Mike Murlllo, 12. "I as the world grows more
didn't see the ball bounce All and more secular'*
1 know Is that it didn't land far
from me. I thought dad had hita (
homer. Then I realized a ball General Motors, It BONITA SPRINGS on U.S. 41 I

Had come over the stands." NAACP To Discuss iue

j. Veteran baseball writers ex. The Only Therapeutic Spa in the area
amlned the ball. There was no Hiring Policies
mark on It.f .
DETROIT AP -General MOo10rl
)
f "If It had landed on the roof," (

Uclty Said Howie and traveling Roberts, chief secretaryOf pub by the the Corp.Advancement National agreed Association to of a Colored request for come to the. WANT TO KEEP A HORSE AT HOME?

the Sox, "It would have had
claims of racial dls.
4 visible bruise on It. It cleared Peuple that
Oie roof." crimination In CM personnel VILLA BONITA ROOM BLOCKS "H" AND "Z" OF PINE RIDGE EXTENSION ARE ZONED TO PERMIT .

j Paul Junkroskl a fan eating policies be discussed. THE KEEPING OF A RIDING HORSE (or your pet pony).
I to the left field stands, said; The reindeer is the only enjoy Mother's Day here!

the"The thump.ball hit It the probably roof. I will heard be successfully species of deer domesticated that has been Drive out today. Only JVi mile north of the Naples city limlh on U. S. 41.

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, May '7, 19041L Carrett for treasurer In another .
close race. Installation Is J9 I '

Ir* planned for sometime within A Girl Scout Note*
the next two weeks.In .

Everglades Niis a mock election held at rd ,
Everglades:: High School on May (." -.. *
5th, Future Voters of Florida \ '" BY MRS E. W. TTVBCJILAICI
I ,
t. .
:
Weldon : I
By Juanlta : Publicity, Mitt
.,... ..t,'!::. :...,.... as represented by these stu- #
--- dents, confirmed the state'schoice
Th fashion show and third and Mrs. Georgia ,Brown for of Hay don Burns as lead- a
annual talent Jamboree held In another selection.At ing gubernatorial candidate. Naples Girl Scout Camp Tim. Betty Decker, Senior Scout of
the school gym last Friday night this time. Miss Glenna They disagreed, however on 1 1't berford was turned over for use Troop 241 has written the ft'"
CAP Conferenc..h.11April l
of the lowing on Senior
was considered a big success Butler was asked to come for the runner-up .. their choice by the Florida Wing a community 17-19 In Sarasota at the
Ann Brown coordinator for the ward and sing another song was Scott Kelly last weekend as
service to this tins rroup who, Sarasota Terrace Hotel. 15'Senior >
fashion show and a student In upon the request of several people in turn do great service for this Scouts were present. Fol
,
the Home Ee. Department expertly In the audience. IIONOR ROLL area. Over 300 cadets and officers lowing Is Betty's account
presented the clothing Skippy Ballard then sang two The A and D Honor Roll set uptentsln the camparea,i "What is a Senior Conference
modeled by the student making songs which he composed himself for the fifth grading period In 't communications tents nd I I I have been to two, one as a representative .
each article. There was a large then assisted 8-year-old the high school were b officers' headquarters. Betwee and this year as
selection of styles ranging from Kip lies with a boogie woogle 7th grade Darlene Thompson hardworking missions cadets: i I general chairman of the commit.
sports day dress and date time. number on their guitars. Kip and George Ingram; 8th reported a most enjoyable time. tea to carry out the conference.
The setting was charmingly who began teaching himself to grade Iris Todd, 9th grade Girl Scouts lent their tents, pur. At conference we learn much anJ
done amidst a forest of cypress play the guitar last summer. Gary Garrett; 10th grade chased with profits of cookiemoney I make many new friends.

greenery. then sang "The \\orrled Man" Virginia Ingram; 11th grade to the CAP group This year's conference was

Immediately following the accompanying himself with the Ann Drown, Vicky Johnson and built around the theme of "WI.

fashion show was the talent Jamboree guitar. Alton Thompson; 12th grade f4 The annual- Girl- Scout- Recog. answered dening Circles"the questions and the-program"What
sponsored Jointly by the By popular request "The Ann Small-
Betty Byrd Cathy nltlon dinner held Friday evening can Seniors do after they gra.
Junior class and school band. Moonlighters" played several wood Marie Weeks and James May tat was well attendedby )I I duate from Senior Sco ng7"My
The first number on the pro selections to end the 1964 Talent Landrum. local Naples adults and Senior committee arranged for profess-

gram was a tap dance by three Jamboree. Monday May 11, jesse Scouts Over 200 Scout adults,, tonal Girl Scout workers to tell
lovely little girls. Nancy and) Hece tilts totaling $I 04.71 will Browning's civic class with Scouts and guests were presentto how they became lead, 's. for
Cindy Morris and Lynn David be dlvtdedbete twospon- Principal Aubrey Morris will \ hear the Interesting talk given I career women to talk about how
sors. -I i"t i- by Mrs. Robert Wldgery executive 'Scouting helped them in their
son. An three girls began their attend Juvenile Court In Naplesto -
Saturday night the "Moon director of Sun Coast Coun. chosen fields and for speakers
dancing lessons last fall and observe Its :
procedures.
.,
ell, her topic being "Girl Scouting e
who had taken in Internatiunal
lighters" played at dance held part -
have steadily climbed the lad The last PTA meeting for "" -. ;; "" "" -.. Promise In and Illustrated ,
In the recreation i "" 1\. :COfl a Action opportunities. The Gulf
der In this Next hall. this .
.
talent. were year will be held Tuesday ... \ ".. -.i by experiences fromher Coast Council, hostess r'
; group
songs, sung by Angle Hancock AT BARBECUE May 12, In the gym. Officers ''' ... 0' r- three months'sojourn In Aus. invited three other Councils to r

accompanied by SMppy Ballard The lies attended for next year will be .... .:-.bt : -. ......" ...,, .. .'I.: j"JI' .. ,.. tralla as an exchange Scout vial share the weekend program 5
with the and Glenna Leroy family installed t ,. :};:' .. -"" :: tor .
guitar the annual Sealtest barbecue at that time. '1-' ..:a.-t... @t"0 All of our time wasn t spent
Butler with a chorus accompaniment In Steven McCauley of St. Petersburg .i L This dinner is held annually to In attending classes; we had time 1
Miami this Sun- --- ---- ---- -- -
of Mr. and Mrs.Carl- past and Larry Bruener of FISH ARE ; honor adults and graduating to spend with our new friends
day and having a woi. JUMPIN' It's that time when r
report again pugnacious bass seniors Girl Scouts. Mrs A.W.
ton Butler and Mrs Georgia Miami Springs came to Ever- to swim, and shop during the
Brown. derful time. glades and determined anglers resume their ancient feud. This lunker largemouth Herrald, president of Gulf Coast t weekend To me, helping to plan J

The "Moonlighters", Cecil Johnny and Jimmy Russell In the 10,000 Tuesday islands to go with fishing Leroy happens to be a Florida resident (01' was), but his cousins can be found Council of which Naples Is a this Senior Conference was one 1

Oglesby's band of high schoolboys recently returned from a visit lies. Their were- in nearly every state And finding 'cm is no problem for the gent witha member presided. Receiving[ of the highlights of my Scouting I"
from I' Fla. with their uncle and aunt, Mr. parents light maneuverable fishing rig like this. "thanks" badges were Mrs career. I'm sure that everyone |If
erry, seem- close friends of
Leroy during Francis Ford and Mrs. E.W.Tim.
and Mrs. Robert Russell In learned a great deal I know I if
ed '
to be the highlight of the St. Petersburg. their service years of World berlake of Naples; Mrs.Marilyn i did. I believe it Is truly one of 11 I
evening, playing several selections War II.Birthday. er are the proud parents of a vide backing In an effort to"In. Barker and Senator Travis Gresham the best
opportunities offered
Marvin Lopez recently underwent wishes go out to baby girl born a week ago. Two American crease the flow of quality product of Fort Myers. Representatives a Senior Scout", l|II|

The 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade surgery on his foot Dorothy Ann Wheeler who celebrated The young lass will be knownas ." from Manatee Sara. y
groups sang "Tom Dooley", which was Injured last summeron her birthday on May Valerie Ann Movies Made In They are off to a good start.> sots, South Venice Englewood, Two Senior Scouts' ,Betty Deck. 1::
a construction Job. lie Is "The Thin Red Line" shows 1 .
then did two square dances. 5th. Several people have commen- Englewood Beach Bradenton er and Karen Hultzen, of Naples
Following these dances were In Mercy Hospital In Miami Mrs. Cecil Oglesby, Sr, of ted on not being able to reachme quality even flashes of brit Port Charlotte Immokalee La- have completed the Leaders.ln.I I
and I feel he would One Dull liance.
sure enjoy Spain Belle, Arcadia Fort MyersPunts Training
several vocalists singing a variety Stelnhatchee and Mrs. Edward to report news items WithEric' ; course, attending the
cards from his The script was adapted from Gorda and enjoyed
receiving Naples last session at
at Warm
of camp
of
change Jobs
songs Ann Brown, Oglesby of Tallahassee we are
were the James Jones novel which 1
friends around the an excellent dinner and a delight Mineral
Karen and Vicky Johns on;Juday country. weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. no longer listed under WeldonIn HOLLYWOOD (AP-The new drew Its title from a Midwest ful program. They have Springs been last weekend.. Z
Ballard accompanied by bro STUDENT!' ELECTIONS: Arvld Drown of Chokoloskee. the telephone directory but movies- saying "A thin red line separates present at special -

ther Skippy Ballard on guitar, An election was held In the Mrs. Georgia Brown Is the can be found under the E's.- Two of the new spring crop of the sane and the Insane" ions during training the sessions past two for months Sen* _1

then Angle Hancock Joined Judy high school Tuesday. May 5th, daughter of Mrs. Cecil Ogles listed as Everglades Baptist films companies were In made Spain by and American at least The borders of sanity are ex. Monday evening May 4th,Mrs. L.IT, training Is given once a "'
In another selection Curt for Student Council officers for by. church The number Is Oxford one of them might support the plored in two characters a' Marilyn Barker met with Mr. year fur Senior Girl Scouts 16. i

Rlndy and Skippy Ballard then next year. In a close race, NEW ARRIVALSMr. 53871. thesis of "Yankees come sensitive fate-haunted private' Allen f\lbt't. Mrs Mary Louise 18 years old. The course Is designed P
solo and duet played by Kelr Dullea ("David I Gllllngs, Mrs Robert Gregg and to C>
sang numbers, prepare Senior Scouts
Kathryn Slaughter edged out and Mrs. Sam Hamilton home
Oldest and Lisa") and a touith.spoken, Mrs. E.W. Tlmberlake to assist t to become
followed by a duet assistant leader when
consisting her opponent Linda Garrett for Jr., proudly announce the The better of the two exhibits seemingly sadistic
of Mrs. Merle Brown and Mrs. president. Glen McDuffte unopposed arrival of their new daughter Oldest US Protestant Is "The Thin Red Line," which Jack Warden. sergeant in planning Day Camp trainingand they become 18 years old Betty 1
hurch: in continuous use isOld is schedule Following the! and Karen report the course Is "
Georgia Brown the first movie sponsored by
accompaniedby went In as vice president Dolores Lorraine born April Swedes' Church, erected The situation shapes up prom business meeting a program washeld an excellent summary of train. r
Mrs. Carlton Butler at the while unopposed Judy 26 In Naples Memorial Hospital. t i y Swedish Lutherans in 1698 hibltore. singly 1 as a modern Quirt and> for girls registering for ing and skills learned during ;

piano. Mrs. Virginia Hamilton Ballard went In as secretary. r!NOW Protestant Episcopal Its in the trade, Is,a group of theater Flagg with Freudian overtones. Camp Ttmberford and parents; Senior years of Scouiing and 0
Joined Mrs. Carlton Butler Angle Hancock defeated Gary Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Wheel-I> located in Wilmington Del men who are willing to pro.IT'S Unfortunately the depths of it Included colorful slides depict a fine preparation for becom. ,
character are never plumbed! ing activities at Day camps and 1 ing volunteer leaders In future G
r and what eventuates Is standard I commentary was made by Senior years. They heartily recommend r
war action, expertly done. U Scout Pamela Coe. Mary Helen it to all other Senior Scouts '
TRADE'N' TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SFive that's what ACE wanted, it I Corwln Senior Scout, ran the .. .1 1A .
should be
happy. projector. At least 20 adults will 1 Joint Fly-up ceremony is be.
Dullea especially in the early be needed as staff for the DayCamp ing planned by all Brownie troops
scenes, can: be startlingly good, scheduled for July 13th 1 with girls graduating from third
and Warden Is an excellent: through 17th training will be
;
grade to be welcomed into Jun-
\, different lines of cars-forty-five match for him. The rest of the 1 given during the month of May lor troops with special program,
cast, apparently recruited In (watch paper for dates), and vo
on Saturday May 23,10:30 a.m.
oy \ different models to choose from. Europe ranges from competentto lunteers are urged to contact 1 at the Scout House AU third
4 .-' amateur Mrs. Blbee, 2-8394 '(lr Mrs. grade wUl
Come early and Trade great BrownJf* participate
: : Another Madrld-based movie
Tlmberlake, 2-3630 for partlci- and must plan to be present at the
?w. Now that spring's in full swing, you'll find new Is "The" Fall of the Roman Empire 1 patlon in this fun and learning Scout: House on May l6.10:30a.m.
filmed
at a cost of untold
r Adults who wish to
program. ,
,
rr"r- Chevrolets perfect for picking. for rehearsal MnRobertGregg,
J millions Unfortunately Its .
cr end handcraft
work on the business ,
is In
trainer charge preparing
t Luxury-First, there's the big Jet-smooth Chevrolet script la as empty as Its vast : nature study as unit lead. the Parents and friends
Sumptuous and soft riding with a fat coil sets are filled and or the program.
ers, games songs, are Invited to attend the very spe-
h spring at all four wheels to smother bumps Over tag.a.long Pixie group of small' clal Brownie Graduation Day on

,, 700 sound stoppers throughout the car to blot out $350 Watch, $85 fry who can't be left at home, May 23rd Please mark your
wind and road noise. Interiors luxuriously done are requested to let the Day f calendars; the Service Team
r 4t i up in the newest and softest vinyls. In Cash Stolen Camp director know of their urges all mothers to show their

"",1 Trade what you're driving for one of these Parked Car talents Immediately I Please vo. Interest In their girls' achieve-
tit ''M I and you won't want to trade seats with anybody From lunteer and do not wait to be manta by attending this program.

4 I l else on the road.SpiritNext Theft of an 18 karat Swiss coaxedll VOLUNTEER FOR DAY CAMP

Chevelle. The beautifully in. gold watch valued at $350 and NOWII
? + C between $85 In currency was reportedto Troop 212 met Thursday April I
size that combines small
a\ a car car Naples police by John C. Page YOU OCCASION
30, at the Presbyterian Church
handling oomph with big car comfort. Orderto ,
of Kirkland Mo yesterday. The with Mrs Vern Aurlt; Mrs. June I CODY Wyo. (AP) Patients
your liking in sedan coupe, station wagon watch and money were stolen
Rudy and Pam Coe, Senior Scout. and attendant. at a Cody hospi-
and convertible body styles. Eleven different from his car while parked near
Special emphasis was placed on i sal l were a little astonished when
models that you can equip with just about the fishing pier around 3 o'clock learning proper Flag ceremony Dr. DeY,lit Dominick rushed m to
any extra-cost option you can imagine. No yesterday aftt'rnoon. new patrols were formed and I deliver I baby.
I place to go this summer? Get a new Chevelleyou'll Solution of the thefts from three Mothers' Day thoughts weregiven Dr. Dominick was on state at
Vt l think bf something. cars In the city by the arrest of in verse and prose Thistroop the Cody Rotary Club minstrelnoon
two Juveniles whose cases are Is planning an after I show when the emergency call
II the that takes
Economy-Chevy car to
being handled In the Juvenile
,1 meeting at Camp Tlmberford May came from the hospital.: He didn'th"Iher
inexpensive vacations naturally. It just goes Court was announced this mornIng -
21st with Troop 22,
Jointly to remove hit blackface
__ and goes and where it stops nobody knows. by Chief of Police S.B. Car Brownie troop at ShadowlawnSchool. makeup before the
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/.011 boats tdletls ttllhJellli t Major Reforms Of NATO I




I To Be Urged Next Week




PARIS (AP-MaJor reformsIn *ed States and Britain In the 15.

CLASSIFIED MART the North Atlantic Treaty Or. nation alliance.

tanlzatlon reportedly will be, In the forefront of those seek.

urged at the sprint meeting of Ing a major shakeup In the

the alliance's\ foreign ministersIn NATO structure Is French Pres.

the Hague next week. ident Charles de Gaulle, who

1 has long chafed under what he
MUm 24107Announcement The proposals reflect the wide considers the alliance's Anglo.

4'J'c9J' autos J'c9/kc9J' \\o'os political and military changes Saxon leadership. Informed

since 1949 when NATO was crc.ated sources said Wednesday that
tb rally war-ravaged West.
French Foreign Minister Mau.
,
ern Europe In common defense'
rice Couve de MurvUle will not
against the threat of Communist
make any specific recomnenda.tlons. .
aggression.One .

possible effect would be But Couve de MurvUle\ Is ei.

38-Autos For SaleIN 49-Houses For Rent 65-Cert. Real tttate to diminish the role of the Unit. pected to expound De Gaulle's

IAZA BEAUTY SALONBoatsMotors EVERY WAY Un'unllhed J bdrm a bath BARGAIN Owner moved vtews, and West Germany and
',ook.d. Hom. Italy may Join France In seek.
IIZI E. T.I.", Tr.iI EVERY DAY
I Mld..y ',167' Unformatted 1 bdrm t bath 1 bedroom t both ..,.... near -w log a larger voice in NATO, re.
You,. tafar If you silent, shopping end schoole low down :
your next Used Car from our Brookade waterfront home, payment Link Death Of fleeting their postwar resur.
Range drapea, boetdock In
Acctt. lock of top quality Spic and eluded lat Fl., Real Eatata gence.
Span guaranteed Used Cars CHEAP ACREAGE Officials doubt hard
Mart Inc Office that
AT BROKERAGE Come In and see for yourself phone Ml .V..IL..LE any
U Chav Sal Aire VI AT 2 III!. Model home Ml 2 J4M decisions will emerge next

LISTINGS URGENTLY PS R4H I owner 119J 00 IIUt David C. Jones Realtor Third week. They
To say some questions
NEEDED! II Ambassador Wagon ridm. fun, dream houae, ._ ,-- Boy
Bob Martin Ml I)757 fact air ,PS PB Each room hat slats tlid.na 351 Ith ..v., 10. MI asis2ll2 raised may be taken up at
Bunk Smith Chris Craft Salai RAH 159500 door ,leading to large acreened 1/5 50 a special meeting of the NATO
.I''1.tI II Olds 4 dr. AT PS. porch Lovely' bath with" aunken NEW EMBASSY This Is tht stain entrance to
PB RtH 1695 00 tile tub. Near new Sao Gate jewel Ion Avenue Waterfront the mod.rssti. United, States building In Moico' defense ministers In July.
Z4' Ch" Craft Cruiter. MS II II Rambler American' School. MI a JIM 41ZZ.1f .lIw.II, central hut end Cmbaaay The only formal action likelyIn
gine, Excellent .ondon. .ir,. I bdrme { bathe Th. will be dedicated In late May Joseph Bryan
waeon AT Fact air I1HOO f iCjm porch City structure formally
;;;r- the is an
WII tell ,...on.bly MI' 104' U Rambler Super houae rent tutnithed larage. 111,150, Mowing mutt Hague announce
/ aid, air MS 00 city water TV cableaveilable .ill I ment that Mini to Broslo Italy's
UtgpECIAL- U Buick La Sabre I dr Reeioneble ,.,.. Ml Ya. AP-FDI
HILLSYILLE ( ambassador to France will sue.
HOTP. PS PB. AT 149500 2 4009 117.11 I 115. Mandarin Rd. t bdrmet ,
19 ft. fibergtasi '"Crosby" SO Lincoln, 4 dr. HOT 2 bedroom collate Completely bathe centre! heot end oir, Gains In Retail Sales agents, following a trail from teed Dirk U. Stlkker of the
Comp equip w feet airI furmahed a blocks from beech porch c anrt.Assu mort Massachusetts to Georgia Netherlands as NATO secre.
runabout til.
twin 40 HP I No closing >00 00dn
owner above avg 1795 00 1 blocke from pier Available sage coil through an ex-cunvlrt's us* of tary-general. Broalo formerly
Johnson motors tO Pioneer untmlD.c I. Ml a 4011 117.4' III.400. Moving. mutt sell
with only erlT. Iow
.onIOU stolen credit cards have found
PS R M M was Italy's ambassador In
15 hrs. since new. 2 18 St Crown Imperial 4 d,. RENTALS lit Hh St Ha J bdrme I the' body of a missing rtghU>ear. Washington. Stlkker has an.
Resulted Tax CutNEW
gal. gas tanks, all controls, I HD owner TP excel. cond ISIS 00 I bedroom furnlahed home bath mv.Um.nl fireplace. III..ISO carport. food From old New Jersey boy the third nounced he will resign' Aug. 1

etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail. SI Pontiac Conv Near Sea Gate School 1100 00 such discovery In little more because of his health.
490 tllh Avt So Aqualane. I
I ler complete package SI AT Ford PS.Cuatomline PB t dr.Ion 00 2 bedroom fun.h.d apt bel,,,,. t baths, central I heal 4ir YORK (AP-5ome of persons were calculating howi than a month. Sources in Paris said some

1,885. See RM>H. stick 49500 n'e. 9000 earaee, waterfrnM III SIlO I|the mystery of what people are i I much they still might owe In Use of a credit card at a near 1 members of the alliance not
at 1650
Murex SI Plymouth Savoy t dr. 171 llth SI No. 1 bdrme doing with their tax cut bonanza i, federal and state Income taxes by service station led the FBI necessarily France-will urge

{ Drive, or call Bill Tucker, SI Plymouth wagon VS stick 4 dr. S4S 00 0 stove.doom and asfuremsh.d",. apt.17,50WE I and b.lh.air'...n.Chi.C:00, li.at dn, :I IIII Is lifted by government figures I for last year. And, In many Wednesday to the location In 1 closer coordination between

Midway 2-4295 Excellent RAM stick WOO } 00 mo with U> end Ins, ,on personal debts.A cases, the extra dollars came mountainous terrain of a body NATO's military and political

Buy! SI Cadillac PS. PB 4 P d seats,. AT. NEED RENTAL LISTINGS FHA No closing costs, lot of them have used the>I In handy In making first ad. they Identified as that of David I planners. They may recommend

fact, eir 74S 00 SEE CARIBBEAN REALTY 1270 SIlO II No.. I bdrms. Increase In their take.home pay vance payments on this year's Wolff last seen when he left hIs 1 transfer of the alliance's top

7-Dogs Cats Pets Where Cuatomers land Their 0 NIGHT baths, IN".100 No 00 dn.qualifying MOVE to lighten the load of their taxes. In that case, the Treasury home April 1 In WlUlngboro.> military body, the standing

WOOD CHRYSLER f,'.nd." 1107.09 month with tax snof los, ,charge accounts and single pay. gave and the Treasury took N. attend t school func.'group, from Washington to

Male l Mlnliturt Schnautir Res' North Trill Ml } Ilil ment loans. Others apparently r I away without the Individual tllO medical authorities 1 Paris where the' civilian per.
AKC PLYMOUTH INC. Lot ,
IS Block. I. Royal Harbor
I 4541' or Ml ::1130f."di/U: 1540 N Trail Ml 2 I5SI overlooking' bay .. wall. Coat have used some of the tax wind. noticing much Immediate bene.I checked for the cause of the' manent council sits.

1953 -Mercury -Harci'oj)5ie i 55-Stores Office 11500 sacrifIce IMSO fall to make larger than usual I fit. boy's death, police sought to The political planner have

I3-Help Want. Female Sh,ft with overdrive $175 Ml OMice No I. and story Belch Lot 14 17th Aqua repayments on various types 01 r Although repayments of In. link It with Joseph Francis Dry.sometimes been unaware oft

2 JL_ 4/30.1' Sulldimig" III so per Mo. 1170 3rd .tans. waterfront,v.Ol': |700tacrlflco ; liiHUllmi "r'dll( (her than, ("iautos. '. slallnunt credIt Im-rvasid In an Jr., 29, of Audntmn N.J., already what takes place It the military

Middle asad ..1.! girl for parttms 1913 Austin Healy Sprite Ton St SlIm So Watkins, a Berkeu 101 1(250 March more than seasonally, In cuNtcxly In Eumter, S.C., consultations across the At.
naau cover and heater 1100 Ave So Ml a 1141
,
work Reiall Apply n parson atLiggett mite. See et 120 SIlt St S, 4/ll.tf Lot 13 lanyan Slvd, High lot But another sizable group has i I the volume of new debt ad. on charges of kidnaping two I Untie.

p,ng Center Naplei Shop 115.11 after I 30 P M ST.StItU overlooking.. Gulf. Sacrifice et 1 been encouraged by the higher. vanced even more, so that the. other boys. De Gaulle wants the alliance

Dependable woman for I'ghthouae H, Power Thunderbird wmdowa Hardtop seats R&Fee 57-Houiei For Sale VINCE CONBOY take.home pay to make down.i total outstanding hit another Bryan, one (if the FBI's 10)I to reflect the economic and mill.

keeping. live In If pox.nbI. toy air conditioning Low mileage payments (Ill Mill more Instill! ., record at $93.8 billion. In many most wanted criminals when he'tary recovery of Western Eu.

.i. Ml 24693. S/M20 Ml 2 4104 after I PM, SORRENTO GARDENS 4 bedroom Ill Ph Mh Ave Ml II74S Parkway ment credit. cases the same people may was arrested last Tuesday In> ropes, the diminished threat
.
Efficient ,. I both brickfront beeuty
woman wanted for 4121.1.
iponnble aecretenal petition This very'large and spacious --i vA&kY0otr'Tr3bodro.w Merchants earlier had report., have reduced their outstanding New Orleans has bum charged I from the Soviet bloc; the ac.qulsltlon .

Must be hilled et typing and homo has living room famIly a bath houea....Ideal, I "ilins end have shorthand 40-Autoi Repairs Parts room with full brick elevated for family with children ofklgls Ison 10
or of Ml.
to the > Ing commitments. Pleasant S.C. and the nucle.
quivalent Pood salary {or I fireplace. alidlnp; ylaee doora to school, age Nice lena.lion I'shoppers spend new ,i France, apparent
or I* day weak Includ,ng Sat patio L.,.. kitchen with ell corner Uth Ave N, e> DI. I I'M I IBROOKSIDC money in the stores. Gains In and Dennis Burke, 8, of Hum. ar stalemate between the Unit.

urdays. Part time to beg,n. full LOOK HEREI custom built ..bin.'.. dIsposal Ava I'retail sales had followed usual boldt Tents.The .d States and the Soviet Union.
diahwather Recreation homo. 1 bed
lox tion later range
poa Apply I'seasonal patterns and were McNamara Off body of young Roblson, De Gaulle finds no reason for
reater Naples Chamber of room could bo used aa fifth rooms I* baths Quiet lo i
Com mer.., 4/z'.11 Wondering where to go bedroom has adioinlne; both cat'on. |otherwise In line with slowly In.; who disappeared from his home' the United States to continue to
Office could also be used aa JACKSON ST, bedrooma. I Income totals Feb. 27, was found March 31 In> authority In
I creasing
personal exercise paramount
With ?
your car problems mall bedroom Cerpetlng In bath homo Furnlahad I Idaellor Of
IS-Sales Help Wanted living ..... terratio In bedroom retired couple I from other than tax cut wind. For Review a shallow grave near Italian NATO and asks why the su.
Factory FInish Paint Jobs wing end aervice .,.... 'falls. dale, Fla. The Burke boy hud I commander In Europe
Wrecks RebuiltTunaups tee Neples south snd Model preme
Fully aodded 1H loft with
MALE OK FEMALE caved drivewey double CI,. Homes on Display Banks had failed to report any Viet Situation not been harmed when he was 1 must always be an American.

MUST BE I.ICENSEliREAl. Front end alignment, nort Juat IH veura old *>rlcat Hamomber aell"' -to contact rant buy or I great rise In savings accounts. found with Bryan at the time

ESTATE( Motor Overhaul 114100 7V> N, CARIBBEAN Trail Ml a II55 REALTY Lucille 0". Leah Brown The UA Treasury's sales of WASHINGTON (AP) Robe of his arrest. Derails had (omen'

Transmission rebuilt 4/7.ths.If Virgil Mercum, lob Jaeger ,laving bonds was smaller In oct S. McNamara secretary of missing from his home for four Counties To Get

BE YOUR OWN BOSSEXCELLENT Lub"uUon'rakeo C bd'rm a-bathTricT-,;;;... DEWEY POLLY April than In March and alsobelowflie dpf.nllf. who has become some days. Cut From

1111 wolf and dock. lidded and j figure for April 1963. St. Petersburg Flu, author $34,000
general trouble shoot.fTftot
., .. Pol,.b ,10 Wen i i. .n".p.d. wall to wall ..,. REAf.f.XJ: thing" pa ties have- sought<< to link J
/ w..tI1.:1ewnoney \ PrestdHiC Bryan fM''
'J>RdroSIT1O-J": Don look any further satin and range. 1141 HarborIII dti&.J1'htnjqst'/1I<< Johnson In I ReVehuTALLAHAS6EE t
,.1..., .MO, Call Ml a 5002eniwer. Corner of let Ave Uo 10 ITsmleml going? South Viet Nam's vexing probeIrma also with the March 23 dlsap.
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TALL Ml'V! !: See
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I Apothecary Ml Trail there AP 91.
H2ZZ A really notable change after sets out again Friday pearance of LewisHackle ( )
,
J/:7,1I Ingram Chevrolet Inc. u 1/7.51 Ml 24351 t he larger pay checks began to night on a world-girdling trip ( ) Wilson\ 7. The child'sbody Comptroller Ray Green has

Available 130 Ith St..'N. Ml 2.5100Naeles. 14 out of II ot our retirementhomaa i .ippear In March was In charge back to Saigon. was found last Thursday mailed racing revenue checks of
16-Help Plc.42Machinery told on Michigan Ave PUBLIC NOTICIFOR iccounts, and In a palmetto grove at Venice $34,000 each to the counties of
Only a remaining at III.470 In II single payment Johnson told a news confer.e ,
R"OItered nu,.. wlI cars for eluding landscaped lot screened ,oans. These tend to be smaller e> Wednesday he had anked Fla., near I spot the FBI has Florida.

elderly person or couple In my e Equip. porch air condo See theaehomaa SALE il hin tlic (DM.illimnt tV11t'| debt. McNamara to go to South VIet learned Bryan got stuck in the The new distribution of revenue
reference before buying, any roll,. The Collier County Board of PublicInstruction .
Excellent sand.
home
from the tax legalleed gamblIng
WY t.2W1. Bonita, Spring GROCERY mont homos CARISSEANREALTY : will receive, bids on Mey 'Ind a man with a few extra Nam to lake a new look at tlm on
"7.11 EQUIPMENT STORE 3150 H. T.II. 1041J II MM until I:10 P M for the aale d lollars In his pocket Is likely to situation thert Bryan was arraigned Monday brought to $212,000 the
1155. i/9.tlietf of the following described equipment .. in New Orleans amount 'elved by each county
Everything you need for s nemely I used school buses:: Ink of tidying up some of the At the Pentagon, McNamara'a on the kidnaping ret
rocery or aundry alore IMI QMC chas, bills 'charge In the RubUon Clllff and sins last July. This Is an Increase .
21-Lost & Found II ft' Muaaman Dairy Dis lay NICE RETIREMENT HOME I School Bue ll p iresslng before tackling aides said that the new trip,
Cau 10 ft. Morton Meat Caae Brend new a bd,,,,. CII on sia with Blue "e'"O:: .;., Motor tiA27077M2I he problem of the regular coming only two months after was returned to South Carolina to of 'I l9OOO over the comparable .
I ft Warren Meet Case Terrace. # Fair 'are court action. loot
Found tackle box Owner Trail 110 ISO CARIBBEAN period year.
cla' identifying and ,I (I. Savage Froien Case REALTY 1'SO N. TraIt I School Bus .I4 ItSI. GMC chaan nonthly payments on household his previous trip did not mean
'm by
may I' I' Hill W.lk.n Bon 14* ... with Blue Bird Body Motor a ppl lances cars and the home *
critical
paying for ad Ml 22134 Ml a 1155 ._ 4/1.the.IfI that any n"w. rmergcn.,
Band Saw National Grinder IA 2iey7S,2 Junk conditionI
'/U' Toledo Tendenter 30" School Bue aril ISIS sterna "nortgage. cy had arIses.McNamsra .
Meat Block a Toledo ScaleeAiW bdrm, t bath CBS with I one! chesei with Weyne Body Also, the tax cut benefits be. was going to ..
Root Beer Machine, large acreened porch Double Motor ISO fMeoMM Fair .. .
Sale ':an showing up when many Seas made In .
23-Misc.
For complete 11150 delivered garage, paved driveway IH lion any progress rue.om
THE MILHOUSE CO. lots, completely I aodded. In Sor These biases may bo Impacted at mend melons agreed upon a/I.
MAPS Dick Hill rento Gardana This la a brand the School Boa ca...... SttedewlewnAvenue his March llu-mi
er eourcpssaid.
trip
lope Radio Rd. Ml .41111 new Whitakar and Nicholaskom. C Neplee. Florida Bide
City County Complete 122.MO CARIBBEAN .. ell '
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CAPLES BLUEPRINTING 44 Mobile Home REALTY 1710 N. ... line ebove Suds must bemade McNamrra is scheduled to ; .
Trail MI' 1151 4/1.thatf the
(13 Ith Ava So Ml 22852 in writing specifying
take off
3/1 lit oiecl boa number of the unit Friday night. The first .
Trailer with cabana and ca" WATERFRONT HOME a bed you are bidding on and the amountof Vegetable Truck stop will bit at Bonn, to discuss '
Cuthman Motor Scooter. |99 pert for rent or aale, N,ce location roams. a bath Florida room your bid Address all bide to ,
including M tag 1121 14th Au.N. Ml a 4151 or 22792. garage Located on aeawalledcanal Collier County Board ol Public In with Went German leaders the
IIU 32711 Clean and well ..t.Proe.d for status of the under
OwOman.. Mrucl.on, School Sos lids. Court program
et 11'.100 Tanker CollidePLANT
2-14 It, Alum >hiflI >, Iou. to aall CARIBBEAN houae Neples' Florida and must bereceived which Germany buys equipmentand
-10 rip, Evmrude 45-Trailen For Rent REALTY. 1750 N. Trail Mla on ar before 5:30: pm. supplies from the Unltud
1-3000 lb. Oator trailer 1151 4/2I.1h. May II I9M CITY CAP) Two
Mne equipment 12} Trailers II e week with TV. /a/ W, O REYNOLDS _
10th Ave marine So. 12 to S P M Thur 110 a weak Spacea II a week 'E"'CHFRUNT. RESIOEhC(, Superintendent t rucks heading east, onto .s pro Stales to help offset Hot gold dol.
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10 fro, 5/47 Rock Creek Trailer Park 9N 100' 01 whill nb. "_ Collier County Schools ,j luce carrier loaded with vegeables .
.. "lIlf. .. a sorm Z o"n. garage. ces Apr, 03.30. May 1. I,M aUI l lar cost of maintaining almost
3/1 electric drill Jitterbug with acreened in pool end patio and the other a tanker s quarter million military men
tandar ikindivms equipment luat reduced to |3I.'40 unlurniahed :arrylng 7,000 gallons of gaso
fshmn grodiasdeso Is Cam This la e wonderful buy In West Germany. Also on tIM
erai I' *" Pflueger mounted 48-ApU. For Rent in e ..er.. ,item May we snow Inn, collided on !iitTUt 4 agenda Is further discussions of

sailfish ehotgun and antique you this property 'today CARIBBEAN Notice To Vcdnesday and fruiited I nlampli. the plan for Joint development
tuna Typewriter Shotgun reloading Sabal Shores AptsYEAR REALTY 3750 N .
equipment 125 10th ROUND LIVING Trail Ml 2IIS5._ 4/23tha tfiTbdrm of a new lyrm. of main battlu
Ave South Thur end Fri 12 One driver lived, one died. tank for
Modern one bedroom and efficiancy 3bathtmom. |50 from UM by ground forcesof
lo S PM'_ 7 Aptt furmahed TV beach Central heating and air PoliticalCandidates Thou dual lane expressway, both nations
K.nmore 30" ron.. in ..cellentondition cable In Monthly or year coed Merlowe end Beck Real S vhlch Ipllnl Florida's midriff With
: $50 Ml 23111 after round Ml 2 4451. K.lly Rr and tore. 41] Ith Ava to Ml a 9221 the Bonn session con.
1,104, lM a.rece Ave 5/ill 1/lthlf vas blcKKed by flames and scat eluded by Monday McNamara
erwl produrn for more than two
will take off for
EBB TIDE APTS. MOORINGS DELIGHT SaIgon Ho
For Rent Three bedrooma t bath can lours. The spectacular fire,
24-Mics. Modern furn,shed off,c,encies Oral heat and air conditioning All political advertisement khlch shot flames hundredei'l plans to be back at his Pentagondesk
end I bedroom apta ISO e mo a next
I.ustewlhay. Carpeting throughout e.cept" a Thursday
THE. amazing uphol.y Sloe bllu'ul.Iy Kelly Rd 41l'.11I .;. bedrooma Complete kitchen In. for Sunday's NEWS must be I In the air, was finally exIneulxhed

soft your and ....n, Rent eleetne .. bdrm furnished apts Near eluding. apoaal end diahwaaher In the newspaper office by I by Air Fore fire.
N acreaned
ahampooer Co. fl Naples Fur"' beach end shopping around Weekly Midway ca eodcid porch lawn Paveddrivewey land Friday not liter than 4 p.m. V Ir-htrrs rushed to the scene In Air Force Probes

niiurs monthly 2 J04I or year >/HlfFumehed scaped Phon Ml 2 1104 aft.. For weekday publication *4- h ii>llco|"ters.Killed .
S PM 4f29If Crash Of C123 In
In the crash
was Henry
26PersonalALCOHOLICS opt for rent IfS per vrtising copy must be plsccd
weak I In quirea I 1405 C 4/2'.11....h CSS For immediate home Completely sale" Well built fur by 4 pm. the day prior to I Irowntng, s 77 'ear.old llalnes Which Four Died

ANONYMOUSMen Rd niahed Lounge. a emuiable bed insertion. Thu is an absolute C::11)' produce dealer.

or women with drinking, Furnished I bedroom apart.want. rooms, a batha. wall to wall dasdline and it is generally James! Murrell, 42, of Tampa FORT WALTON BEACH Fla.AP ...., .
problams,: Ask for help by Calf.ing Mug living room kitch Carpeting even in batha Modern .
104' .1351. VisitOrs cordially en end bath Ml '391 1Z5.t' kitchen lerge sun room to the advantage of the ad' old the Matu Highway Patrol ( >-The Air Force Is InvestU AERIE I LOOKOUT- armed Turkish Cyprlel

welcomed Meetings In First furnished .1tm.ci.ncy. large corner lot 214 Ith Aveto ttrtiscr to place the Ad ss e cam up behind: the produce gating tlw crash of a CI23 which
Church Asnea on Sift Oenars lard. III.St sits under Turkish. flag ss h. keeps watch evef the Kyrenla
aptist Air .ond Ston..roft that full ruth In his tanker. The produce claimed the lives of four m nand
if"at Ave"every and so
7th Tue early at poiaible
read from north of
'pt. M' .lIn 0' M' '7tl ruck mountain stronghold the Cyprus CapItaL
Frl ,mmghtatl3$ PM_ 58-lots For SaltIndutir attention ran be given to each slowed sutkfc-nl and Injured four cithers Thurs. --
R .iER-'fAMPI that make Modern APARTMENT I bedroom with usfarnish'od complete sHr.rtiament. I;"I'rvld. he said, and a car pre day
a goad Impreseion Any ..... enled him from The aircraft crashed during
kitchen Neer board and ai LoIs en Radio Road 'It is state alvtrtisinc law swinging
One day service Collier County I' shopping 39S ,'" Ave. So. 104' .. Mi E of Airport nosed C Ii0 that all advertising round it on the left aimS>". routine touch and go landings
N.wa ., political
2.3353.. 4IZ' a MO 52 MO with term. He went the otht-r way', he less than 1,000 yards from U.S.
the
be paid in adrsnre using
A'PTS
Offered SA.AL SHOikI Itd l'at Acre Lots SO ISO' aid, and the colllnlon ot.'urred. Highway 98 at nearby Hurlburt
33-Scrvices ,.ecisavailo hid K.lly a triplicate check forms as su.
and til c Araca Ave Ml I 2 44SSIHI' I47S |Z500dn bal lit per mo thorized under Florida stsUUs. The fire spread across the Air Force Field. The plane was Consolidation

Dick Mitt Broker lghw burning and at the Gen. Jimmy Doollttlo
| of ) grass \
SEA WALLS Office el the Inouaa Coanf.h Special poiitionln either side. Field. small used by
'rees on Highway a runway
CONCRETE WOOD ROCK Purnahed I Mrm apt Adults MI41W Ads will not be sold and all for his '
atrolmon threw road blocks DoollUI while training
only' Ml 11M or 1113* Ads will be gIven the ume up 'tbe \
Foundation Piles 32411Efficoixces. PORT ROYAL Lot III Galleon careful attention. ,000 feet on either side of the raid on Tokyo In World War n. Ri9o\utiOft',
Whips -- --- Drive Fan Sale or Trade Docks-Mooring >
Write O J Herbert 1171 Mt
D.y MOTEL W..k. MInOlo 0'Montll. Road Oar.en. Conn59Acraagt I.' S. 92, which parallels the In Ham T. HannUy Jr., 33, Soa .
IRIS -
SAO EN Automatic drydocbsABBOTT 1041 2 UIIG t4 erstate highway at that point. Shore Village I Ma., t Staff Sgt. -

O 1100 Firemen from Plant CIt were Malcolm R. CardweU. 29, Mary

Radio Road rum I bdrm apt Iffc.n. r ur nable to control the Esther, Fla, Airman IX. Jeff
e,.., TV. Air Cond 741 4th '
l. 041 I-43JL Ave, to Ml t 4512 111,11r I la'500<* acrea ceah on Your Im"chance'. ..for Rd e rrmoxIWDI hia urnlng jMsnline. A call for aid N. Tecll 31$ Fort Walton Beach.

-- bedroom air-cond ....' Ird good !Inveelment CARIBBEAN" tnt to M.lcDIIAir Force Bane Fla'| and Tech Sgt. Claw C. 'inoacla oiport. oge. thai the eaiMit end moel pfectlcol woy
VIC SHOE nePAl" Complete Ave So Cell Tommy Kehoo. REALTY 1750 N, Trail Midway I WANT A S '
I Shoe Service Dyeing end Ml t2e i. or Ml a.lilt, ailil. 4/21..1f a''t t nearby Tampa and two hell White, 44, trim Air t"re.B..e, to clean wp old bUll la lo centolidale (bets Into 0 alngle lees
.. S2> Mh Ave. ... i/m 11 o4ers new firefighters to the Fla.

Naplee34Transpcriatron. 2 kedroom_furnntne eliciencyopt 64-Trade or Sell Il II cone. An Air Fof dpokesman said: YOU'll UK THE WAY WI HANDLE EVUYTHINGI
No pete or children Ml \1 Within 20 minutes the Air Airman \\JC Manuel L Jorna.gjn .
ll
2,JJI7 or Ml ln, 4/ttf TRADE FOR LOT Large Ibedroom rtf orce men clad In silver a..t>cs 31, Mary Esther, f la., was

Wamtd ,a bath home priced I I >s suits and using iortable foam iwrlriuhly hurt with A balk In loom u' rjiji le $600
Driving to New Jan43. 49-HovM For Rent I at 111 MO Mortgage peyment
like U heve ledJ"*,$ 5Rlr mo Want city tat II I'II 1 mFSIfl units had tholilZiES jury.
share drivins "of E REALTY, 1750 N: dooJ. er control.

Ml 1441 S/O.k Ml I bdrm a,ISM houte altar I funiiehed: II S m, Cast 4/21.Trail thetf Ml 2I1SJ, ) Browning bn U' I I : tlw 1,11,01. Cj|<., Karl W.
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_ I'ween the trw kx. The inkor ap |
'01 nel VERY pRettY HO uSE NEAR \ JL ) eared as though. a giant tanpener Iu chn..r, 33, i* Jyi'ttcrlllo: CORPORATION

..AlTUT.I&.UN. MEN EACH aCE AND MO TOWN Ml t JUt SUM I CALLUS I ffS O.I lIoum$3 had ripped" It Of"". Metal N.C.; thom riH'H". I"4 U. JUIIOM 281 Ninth Street South

'NfOWM. II.... fOBATI I :S the two truck" was melted e;. L.lln.bn l :V, :aol Staff 'Rt. ,

... 1 BDRM- "FURNISHED MOUSE f\Zy 1- a'it'nd tires fwd linen burnol: from J.I R. Rojct, 29, 1.4h l 01 *:lw Nllpll1'! Florid. Telephone Midway 1.191
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. 10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, May 7, W4 said, and Council Indicated It Is bert Is the only one who cm

In favor of buying It. I Rail Walkout officially authorize a strike.He .
said that he would have
In Its proposed revision of 1 ? authorized strikes If the til I,

I Council BusinessA the building code the Build roads had 'not obtained the'10day
ing Code Revision Committee Unauthorized federal court ft'stralnlllllor
will recommend that the pre der preventing It. A hearing
scheduled In the U.S. District
bond required of each contractor
sent
"i/ft"a'\III'd\ Court here May 11.
168-Jlgnature "postcard for paving Seventh Street from doing work In the : ..._"t"J' Union Claims Gilbert accused many Individ
petition" organized by the 11 th Avenue South to Broad! Ave- city be discontinued. Building .. I 'j ual railroads and national nego.
'
Chamber of Commerce asks nue South. Council passed a official Bert Pinkston com WASHINGTON (AP) Some tutors for the Industry of de.
the City not undertake any ma confirming resolution Wesnes- mented that the bond Is superfluous railroad firemen struck today literately misinterpreting the
jor construction that would day expressing the City's Intent since contractors' cer- but a union spokesman said the arbitration ruling which was
"disrupt the community" between to pave the one block of tificates of competency are reviewed walkouts were unauthorized. handed down last year under a
December 1 and April 15. Seventh Street.Dumby each year. 'We are tnlng to gel themto special federal law designed to
The The bond guarantees that the go bark to work," said a prevent a nationwide strike at
postcards were present-
will violate the for II. E. Gilbert that time.
contractor not spokesman
and
ed at Wednesday's Council Stlmpson, pipe
City
building code. Just as effective president! of the AFL CIO The Issue of eliminating fire.men's .
meeting. The petition exempted line contractor for Sanitary Se- Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire Jobs was not Involved In
construction of "em -tr District No. 3, should be Plnkston said Is the fact men and Englnemen. the recent strike threat which
ergency nature" from Its re- done this month Wood reported that the contractor's license Gilbert said Wednesday that President Johnson ended by
\11 heavy construction work can be revoked If he willfully he would authorize no strike a* winning a voluntary agreement
Several l.i finished and the violates the code. from management and five
public works projects contractor long as prevented by a court or.
have impeded travel to or now Is "cleaning up." Lift der Issued Tuesday train operating unions Includingthe
around the city In past winter station and force main contractor Council accepted the Zoning J. E. Wolfe, chief negotiatorfor firemen.
seasons. This past season It Smith-Sweger should be and Planning Board's recommendation I the railroads, said the rail.
was the million-dollar Sanitary done by mid-June. Wood said. that home occupation j.L roads. are looking Into the situation Adam Powell Gets

Sewer District No, 3 that licenses be subject to and "will take decisive ac. Another 'In
Delay
Under annual review These licensesnow lion Immediately to see that the
caused tom-up streets and detours correspondence at'edntsday's .I
law, the court decisions, and
Council
are perpetual.
\i meeting was a letter Answering DecteeNEW
Judge Alexander Holtzoff's
restraining -
amended the ZAP
Construction In this dis by downtown merchant suggestionthat
order are complied YORK (CAP) Rep.
trict was delayed six months i I'rank Garry criticizing people no home-occupation exterior with." Adam Clayton Powell, D.N.V.,
by a lawsuit filed by 28 beach- ,vho peddle home-made gift articles signs be permitted. Council The union Is protesting the In. has been granted another delayIn
front property owners. !Had It without aClty occupational would allow wall plaquesno terpretatlon by a number of answering a $48,500 Judge
not been for the delay, the Job license.He larger than one square foot railroads of a federal arbitration merit against him, but a State
would have been finished by did not name any specific mounted on outside walls ruling that went Into effect Supreme Court Justice showed
Christmas 1963 City officials products In the letter, but These recommendations will be today Irritation at the failure of the
have pointed out. City tax official Ben Pinks- Incorporated In the revised zoning The arbitration ruling would Harlem leader to show up.
Chamber executive David ton said apparently Garry was code when It comes up fora eventually result In eliminationof The Judgment against Powell
public hearing within 'a few some 30,000 firemen's jobs Is held by Esther James, Har.
Pfaff told Council the petitionIs referring to door-to-door sale
A union spokesman said after lem widow. About 13 months
weeks
not criticizing events "over of dolls and shell articles "I 1 1don't walkouts were reported at Con. ago a Jury awarded Mrs. James
which the City! had no control" know how you'll control way Pa., and Peoria III., "We $211,500 damages because
Earlier In the meeting City this," Pinkston told Council. Council granted a home-oc _'.a are trying to prevent It from Powell In a 1960 television
Manager Vince Wood proposed "Most people want law enforcement cupatlon license to real estate __ .. ........_____ ._.:;.'1&1 spreading across the country" broadcast called her a "bag
that the second half of the for all but themselves broker E.E. Bailey, and certified PRETTY POSING Lillian Murphree tries out her charm school tech- "But It Is a difficult situationand woman"- raft collector for

$1,550,000 street and drainage Councilman Bob Combs that the 400-foot distance nique on model, Barbara Easterly, posing for a series: of publicity shots we hope it doesn't expand"he police The Appellate Division
program be held up until remarked. Joel Kuperbergsug from church or school Is met promoting Naples and Caribbean Gardens Barbara also posed with Toco said. reduced the award
the spring of 1965. gested the matter by handled regarding C.A. Davis' applica- the Toucan for CBS-TV photographers who were in Naples recently The strikes Involved the Powell has neither paid the
Council will meet next Wed- by the Chamber of Commerce.No tion for a beer-and-wlne COP ', Pennsylvania Railroad yards $46,500 Judgment nor submittedto
nesday to receive bids on the action was taken by Council. license at the Sugar and Spice Carpenter Gives Noontime Concert the world's largest at Conway; a court-ordered examinationof
Restaurant and the Toledo, Peoria & West. his assets to determine
"'(
first part, estimated cost $700 BUFFALO N.Y. (AP)-Work. It was John A. Glardina, a Clardlna a onetime perform. ern Railroad and the Peoria & whether he can pay It.
000, of the street and drainage rs In a downtown office build. carpenter, giving one of his fre. er with the Buffalo Civic Or. Pekln Union Railway at PeorIa. Supreme Court Justice Ar.
project !It should be done well City Manager Vince Wood Council approved the zon- lr ig went to the wlndovs when quent lunch-hour concerts chestra also sang "0 Sole Mlo" Members of the firemen's thur Markewlch has ruled
before next winter said he had received a letter Ing board's recommendation tt ley heard a rich baritone voice Wednesday for co.workeri 01a and other songs and arias. union on about a dozen railroads Powell in contempt for ailing
from a downtown merchant."I against rezoning nine lots from sl Inglng "Because of You." construction project. have taken strike votes, but Gil. to appear. '

Nobody showed up at a pub- won't read It., but It appears residential to multiple dwell- -
lic hearing called to tightenthe he doesn't like parking me- Ing classification The rezonIng -

height restrictions on buildIngs ters," he commented request was made by the ..
In multi-family districts. owner of the Sea Horse Apts. --- ---

Council routinely approved The "community unit plan."

amending the regulations to Set for the May 20 agendaIs which now U In the zoning code, HOW BIG eM1R'y'47
prohibit buildings higher than probable purchase for $2 will be transferred to the sub- s.rn i
two stories. 000 of a 2.000-gallonwatertank division ordinance< Never used rraar I

1 truck by the City. Wood saidIt In Naples'the plan allows an
Another public hearing drew would be used for water- owner of a parcel of 10 acresor DO YOU rn n

a like response from the public Ing plantings In the street right- more to develop his tract
It A $4,000 truck with commercial, residential,
was called to confirmthe of-ways. dump ""
preliminary assessment equipped with a 1,000-gallon and multi-family buildings.Astronauts 1-n
WANT IT ? /rrw
e .r r
roll for paving Fifth Avenue tank Is now used. R nr

Parkway from Ninth to 10th The truck under consideration Hit a

Streets Front-foot cost will belongs to the Isles of Rftf
be $5.11 City Manager Vince Capri and was used for home
Wood reported. The assess- delivery of water. Now that Half-Way MarkIn 0a'Vr

ment roll was approved. area has Its own water plant
and the truck Is unnecessary. Class Work 55 errr rev n
The RIVIERA 1tmbe lN rrrw
".1 Bids will be taken June 17 "It's a steal at $2.000" Wood - - -- by + +

---- HOUSTON, T'ex- CAP) The
fledgling group of astronauts
has reached the halfway mark It's as simple as buying an ice cream cone you tell us how big you want _

In classroom training and most your Riviera and :we build it to those specifications. Here is a remarkable
of them are Itching to get start.
ed in spaceship familiarization. home, designed to expand to fit your needs, and with more well-planned,

THANKYOU Capt. Donn F, Elsele, 33, a, usable space than you ever dreamed of. The four bedroom three bath
.- Columbus, Ohio, native said; FOUR BEDROOMS THREE BATHS
Riviera is the finest large family home in Florida, room for everyone in -
"I'll be glad to get this over.
I'm looking forward to getting perfectly arranged and easily maintained order Large family room I III I
to work. Classroom work is separate master bedroom suite with private bath central core kitchen

sort of passive and" I would like that serves the dining area, family room or patio with equal ease and a
to be mom active. 1
Capt. William A. Anders one fully finished and plastered two-car garage. If your family is not so large, we'- "=

of the few astronauts who was perhaps the three bedroom two bath model will suit you better Of course, ,, < -

looking not a test forward pilot to said spaceship he was the same features and the same high quality Or if yours is a small family wwr

training too. the two bedroom two bath design is perfect for those who want more

Both men were stationed at room for entertaining or relaxing. Still the same outstanding features and w

FRIENDS and NEIGHBORSFOR querque Kirtland, Air N.M.Force, at the Base time, Albu.of the same choice of four distinctive exterior designs. It's entirely up to k 4 tlra. ,,,,r?

their selection last Oct. 18. you, how big do you want it, the Riviera is yours in all sizes. Of course, you we'Rrw4' II.a7.11

YOUR VOTE and Fourteen were named at that can choose from other two, three and four bedroom Rutenberg Homes C ream '""'

.
LOYALSUPPORTYOUR time.They started training Feb. 1 priced from $11,990 to $17,990, built on your lot anyplace in this area.

and Donald K. Slayton chief of If you are looking for a lot Rutenbergcan

astronaut training, said book help you find exactly the right wrwir I 4ofa
work would be finished .
about '
the middle of June or early lilt ,). one for you just part of our service
Drive out and see the Rutenberg mI
July.After 'Tj' ..
,
classroom stuay COIIIBS model homes open daily for
__ ..
..
the training usually associated
inspiration from
with astronauts-dizzy rides on your
a centrifuge at Johnstown, Pa., .,. 114 "' 9aJlt. until 9 p.m., THREE BEDROOMS TWO BATHS

weightlessness night In a KC13S 4 *Ai weekends until we' ,


airplane survival Also to training.and be desert Included and In tropical the rigId ; 1{ : 6 p.m.

y
schedule are ejection seat ; OTHft MemeltIIn001
rides, helicopter training, parachute .
jumping and hours and r t Indnrtilrr
9 hours of studying Gemini and we.wrIW

Apollo spacecrafts. /Thalnn
Because this group Is general n4drr
Lat
ly given the best chance to be
first to the moon, classroom SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL MODEL HOMES TODAY y LL J mam MM "
work has been heavy on geology mxl IawrMl
l with 58 hours scheduled. North from Naples on U.S. Route 41 At 1220 Mandarin [S tr4'd4 wrroa

Flight mechanics require 40 Road Coquina Sands Subdivision. Watch for Rutenberg I
hours, guidance and navigation
34, Gemini onboard computer Homes signs from highway uwrao.e

24, astronomy IS, digital com. I w..Mr cow wrurr rnf 0
puters 12, rocket propulsion ays. I
tern 12, physics of the upper
.atmosphere and space 12, med. ; j 1 smr
leal aspects of space night 12,
1 aerodynamics. 8, communications .
8, and global meteoro. YOUR CHOICE OF 4
BATHS
TWO BEDROOMS-
logy 4.Boy. EXTERIOR STYLINGS

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CONTINUED SUPPORT On Bicycle
All II.r pl... and d.una; eapjrrifhl 1983
Struck Auto
By by Ili. auunhr, C.nMnni.s C.., toe,
WILL BE DEEPLY APPRECIATED
Rl.kej LInn Till man, 6, W3Isllrhtlt
-
Injured at 3:20 o'dork
Wednesday afternoon when he r

road his bicycle on Kelh Roadin ___
LES front of a car driven by Mrs.
Julia Walker of Naplei, aicordins I 1 .
: to State Trooper J.D. Pea

When she saw the bo> crossing '. .
the road in front of her, Mrs
WHI TAKERcandidate Walker swerved to the left in an $
effort to avoid hitting him, Off!. :
cer Peacock said. The boy was grrwGPaEH
given emergency treatment b> a

I.' al physician and released. .v.o. ._ .
Mrs. Walker's car wasundamagsed. I
school board ;:' ,
for No urges were filed.ttuw I ""' :
Qo.11:1 ..-
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I I district 2 I +
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