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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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40th YEAR NUMBER 202 Bridge o. the Trail
FRIDAY MAY 8, 1964 10 PAGES 10 CENTS
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Ar d "' ) a Huge Throngs Welcome PresidentAtlantcms







The or Cheer LBJ;


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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HEIDELBERG Germany

(AP)-A V.s. Army captain who
crossed into East Germany a > ,

year ago hat been returned by ,
Plea For JusticeATLANTA

Soviet,Investigating officials\ the US ease.officials are r Hear

Capt. Alfred Svenson 31, was
returned to US military controlat

Wartha Thursday. The East. six.state tour ofPOVt'1 Johnson said that "racialproblems Johnson also appealed for rejection
Winding a
President up
AP -
West checkpoint Is near Elsen. ( )
have deep roots In of extremism Conjuring
the
ach, where Svenson crossed Into !. 4 Johnton! gut a massive public pocked Appalachia that Insearching Southern soil" however, he emphasized memories of the Civil War, he
President
D1. In the streets ol suggested
,
Fast Germany on May 4, 1963, reception today his view that lu'hprobl..m. said
for racial
justice
while hi. tank unit was on man. Atlanta after making a forcefulappeal ,
.
and the South "have a are nut peculiar to "Heed nut those who come
for theJohnson' Georgia
"justice
said among
euvers. The East Germans
tnglu section waving the tattered and discredited
," sure and faithful guide 4he Con any caylngt
he asked for asylum. races 8-mllt motorcade stltutlon of the United States." "They aim trouble the passions banner of the past-who
Svenson a bachelor was bornIn He declared "Decause the of men on the shores of Maryland leek to Mr old hostilities and
the largest city In theDeep :
through
Lithuania and became a V.s. kindle old hatreds-who
Constutltlon lInd because In the slums of Phlladclphta preach
citizen In 1955. His mother An. WWt r South drew chlflrlnrcrowds requires demands It and In the, streets of New battle. between neighbor and
tonla N. Svenson lives In Wash estimated by,1'111"\ at justice -we "
constitutional York bitterness between\ tale*. That
than 500000. must protect the
ington D.C.LONDON. more he took I* the back toward the an-
Actually a hOllf'Iulvl.w way
The President const ant 1) rights of all of our people
U.S. Loses of the tribulations of the gulsh from which we came"
stopped his car after leaving a "For no one of us Is fully free
(AP-Heavy gainsin closed car to ride In a Convertl. until all of us are fully free South, with these word.i "We The President covering consldorable .

local elections Increased the War-And R 3 h'Mr' ble. He stood on the trunk and And the rights of no ..Inel.Amerll'an may welt find racial pear* Inmuch ground in 2,400 words
of the South before th"end even made Indirect reference to
,
imposition Labor party' pros.Vects spoke to the crowds through a are truly secure until
.
: of racial strife In the citiesof his own unannounced but obvious
the of Americans
In all
today for victory Brit. megaphone. rights are
ain's general election this all. We're Laughing! l Street were jammed wltt secure" the North." plans 1 to seek election to a
:, four.year term In November.
Results from all but three of people.\ They crowded In about
Declaring that "we are today
the 958 boroughs that voted the President' car when h<
NO ONE took the declaration Time Worth $42,602Important one n..tlnn.. one people one
Thursday gave labor a gain of topped to comment on a slgr
"
of but the America Johnson said "I
war seriously ,
254 seats on borough councils, that said, "We're the school that
the great majority from Conser. 28 man army of the Grand gave $100 to the camel driver"a would not be looking forward to
Role Of Volunteer November were this not true.
vatlves and pro-Conservative Duchy of Fenwick came over reference to famous John
And I am looking forward to
dependents.The "tourist class" and conquered soiulnsplred trip of a Pakistani\ "
Conservatives showed a net New York. Here a pan camel driver. November

loss of 132. Laborlteswon control of the army ls shown at 161st "We love Atlanta and Its people Highlights Auxiliary LuncheonAnnual For his address to of the men
who make the law Georgia
of 10 towns Including the Indus.trial "
and Broadway. Of course. It's he told the crowds. Johnson obviously sought to

centers of Portsmouth and all farce."The Mouse That In an earlier speech Johnson service reports were to Patient and Hospital." Em. make his remarks the more ac.
Darlington.
Roared" The cumin will go "who urged seek rejection to stir of old extremists hostilities given at the Naples Community phasl7lng service Mr. tier-tola- ceptablo by linking them to the

up at 8:15 o'clock: tonight in Hospital Auxiliary luncheon ml pointed out that volunteer .tat*'* motto -wisdom, justice,
and kindle old haired"
JAKARTA Indonesia (AP) the auditorium of the Naples Thursday May 7, at the Beach hours from April 1903 through A. moderation.
Johnson's call for racial jus- prll 1904 represented $42,602 In He cited justice In talking
Indonesia which has built the Junior High School. The production Club Hotel.!
mightiest war machine In South. presented by the Naples i/ tlce drew applause from a. Approximately 25,737: hours ol/ dollar and cent to the hospi bout civil right He cited wls.
breakfast audience that Imludd
east Asia with Soviet aid, has Players Is directed CharlesR. volunteer service were record tal. dom In urging the rejection of
by members of the Georgia with 19 Mr*. A.R. (;Staley auxiliary extremism And he cited moderation .
a new promise of Soviet help In McCooL Shown from left rti f ; ( ii ed this auxiliary year
Us drive to crush Malaysia.The Legislature member receiving 500.hour service president Introduced members In touching on the probe
official news agency An. are: Tully Bascom com In his prepared text, Johnson pins. filling new positions Mrs. II. Uins of poverty urban expansion .
mander of the conquering army had suggested that much of the
tara said today Soviet Ambas. Volunteer. accepting this a. Milton Link, Corresponding, Sec. and conservation.
played by Paul Gomes and South would find racial peace retary Mrs. Richard Plttman
sador N. A. Mlchallov promised ward were Mosdamea Harry B. ; ,
"the Soviet government will his soldiers Walter Rogers, i 'before the end of racial strife Peters Wesley MarllnSll Kim. Way and Mean Chairman; Mr. BOLD ACTIONOn

keep on helping the Indonesian George Pollock: Quentin! Col lit the cities of the North." mel, H. B. Watkln, Jr., Wll. W.T. Barrett, Chairman of Vol. the latter point Johnson
a
people In their campaign: to llns and A.O. ((Tex) Miller. In Johnson dropped| this sen. lalm DeyErmand William unteer Service and Mr*. JohnE. await "To meet such problem,

crush the neocolonlallst project the lower photo Grand Duchess tenre when he delivered' his Uumm Clarence T. Pitar, liar. Mtrs( Publicity Chairman.Kelly In such a varied and ample land

of Malaysia." Pollyanna XII, portrayed by Ann I"i. :....... ..1'.IWd"r.fI4".'ttooit but the+ehied.the'prc.pared White House./.vprtgvenarnDorp<1W paten 4. .- broad'agreementenif ourbold scab, require consen.

"Tha Soviet surr-ft te the In. Davit, studies an offering ;;1 r statement Thomas Barclay Frederick moderation."
doneslan struggle Is concreteand which Shirk, Lloyd tatilerllng ArthurH. ass require
for American wine
an iemh for a
In
prepared
a Georgian HeavyGrady's
not merely In words," Mi. of the | Schneider Ralph Wilson Ea. Asks Recalling
challov said. threatened the economy public square meeting at his 1888 prophecy of a
the wart: next -Gainesville Ga. gone Ackerman.W KlyC.A. said
It was not clear whether this duchy and precipitated stop Tucker Frank Otte and C.C. "New Eolith Johnson
meant the Soviet government With her Is her forest ranger, a the President said] he wanted a Leavltt Grady' words not long ago

would Increase the 1961 arms Tully Bascom whom she made government of compassion Mrs. William: Gracelywaspre. RecounllnPrimary "seemed less I hopeful prophe.cy .
of ?;:. lie spike from the same spot than s hollow promise
deal which provided Indonesiawith commander her army. I D.Roos mooted a gold charm as outgoing
Franklin of
President aftermath
that to the
$1 billion in modern Soviet (NEWS photos) president Service League No.2. Alluding
evelt occupied 26 year ago In Civil War the President
the
weapons, Including jet fightersand Chairman of Way and Means
missiles. a visit to Gainesville after It Meador continued: "Old way had
Mrs John
Committee ,
was rebuilt from the ruin of a crumbled-carrying with them
announced the auxiliary ral edIG.II7'7.49
Nixon
Says Rights
tornado. that which was fine a* well a*
CAIRO fAP) Maximum se. ",,- "We need the spirit of Frank. $ through project this that which was flawed-re.
Cause Is In HandsOf year. MIAMI (AP)-State Hen Bruit
curlty precautions are being Un Roosevelt Johnson said placed by a blighted land and a
Guest speaker at the luncheon has asked a recount of
arrival "Today with Franklin Roos. Kelly
for the bitter people"Today
of quietly Premier tightened Khrushchev Satur. Irresponsible evelt's son by my side-I have was Mr. Ray Perkins, Braden vote cast In the Democratic he said, "we see aNew
Found In Plane'sWreckage ton district director West Ceo.lrel .
Gun ,
gubernatorial primary.
to Gainesville to say that South of union
day and special communication OMAHA Neb. (AP)-* ormer come DlstrktAsoclatlonof Hor. South"-a
He nude the request Thur
has been Installed to his work and our I Is not finished and freedom""You
equipment Richard Nix.
President M.
Vice
Auxiliaries Mrs
the Soviet leader Instant ," he said. Ha referred to Ida Hospital day night after the AssociatedPress l hear the mark of aSuuth.rn
give on says the civil rights cause Is Perkins' "Public .
subject was
and Its member
contact with Moscow. "from the effect of ale Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. newsi heritage," he said,
suffering Probe Association.
FBI In Relation Through rechecked all count. and
Troops, police and plainclothes lowing its leadership to fall Into ; Roosevelt he said, was the Joseph G. Bertolaml Naples per found that Miami Mayor Robert "but that which 1* Southern I*

agents from Egyptian the hands of Irresponsible ex.treml.t. champion of the pour and of the Community Hospital Administrator King High apparently won a far I... Important" than that
have been assigned farmer and which Is American.
army Intelligence .. aged the forgotten
spoke to the group on "Vol. In the runoff by 2,113 vote.
to guard Khrushchev. They are creating race hate CONCORD Calif. (AP) A just 40 miles east, San Francis neglected worker Johnson unleer Service What It Mean spot'1 am convinced that are.

Reports said as many as 200 which Is endangering civil rights rocked and loaded pistol found en, Its destination pledged to carry forward his In view of the
count I I. justified
Soviet security agents will ac. legislation he said Thursday in the trail of wreckage left bya Seconds before the airliner war on poverty and his push number of votes
company the premier.WASHINGTON night. Pacific Air Lines plane has plunged nose first to earth a for equal rights for all citizens Mental Tests For cast tremendous and the chance of human Stock Market

Uncalled for demonstrationsand brought the FBI Into the Inve*. garbled message came over Its "Full participation Inoursoclety Kelly
Killer being so great
but lost In a screechof Suspected error
(AP) Secretary boycott have created "a tlgatlon of Thursday's crash radio was can no longer be donted to aid\ "There have been many
of State Dean Rusk files to wall of race hatred" In northern All 44 persons aboard the fctatlc<<' and electronic squeal. men because of their race, re. COLUMBIA S.C. (AP>-F d. discrepancies In the published
Nixon turboprop airliner were killed.A The Federal Aviation Agencyhad seal authorities will await the Moves To New
Europe today to urge NATO al. metropolitan centers of II that llglon or region he said. reports about the number of
mile of metal fragments a tape recording examination
to the Slid. quarter results of a sanity
lies to contribute more votes rwelved by the various
against Communist guerrillas "Now this hatred has devel. a garbled tape recordIng Investigators hoped would pro Johnson made a dramatic ap. before making their next move .

:fight in South Viet Nam and to oped so that any law might not the gun and bits of the vie vide some due. peal for the civil rights cause In In the case of Joseph Francis candidates Under state, I.w. the canvass
It Is writtenon tlm*' bodies were all the evl, Sheriff Walter Young asked an address at a breakfast meet. 23 In four Record
support the U.S. economic boy. be worth the paper of Bryan Jr., a suspect hoard must have grounds to be. HighsNEW
that Civil Aeronautic the FBI disaster squad to use Ing In Atlanta with members
he declared. "A law is onlyas dente child kidnaping
cott of Cuba. lleve there was fraud or error,
.
Rusk will attend a meeting of good as the will of the peopleto Board Investigators had to their special fingerprint technlques the Georgia Legislature. lie ref. VJS. Dust Judge J. Robert chance of it In the
a great stock
what he called the or YORK AP-Th.
Atlantic Treaty Organization obey It." work with. to make positive Idi'ntlflca<< erences to Martin Jr. on Thursday ordered (
the North
foreign ministers at the "What we need now I I. to reverse The plane, a morning flight lion of the dead Coroner Dr. "many troubles" of the South Bryan admitted to a state men. tabulation market moved further Into pea

next week following a this trend of hatred," he from Reno Nev., went down art William Bogart refused to allow were certain to be regarded as tal hospital for 30 days of sanity Jacksonville Mayor llaydon and t high ground early this aft.
Hague told a Brotherhood dinner er stopping in Stoikton Calif., relatives to view the remains. unusually significant test. Burns led the ticket by more irnoon as steels and Chrysler
visit to Brussels.Republicans than''100,000 vote with a total 1 of continued their leadership.Trade

111,880. Fred 0, Dickinson of inC was active


I County Republicans Should Come Out Of Hiding Says Green Sen.West of rllle Volusla 140,278 John Palm County Mathew Beach and Rep 8 got.885.of Fred Jackson.184,502 Karl after their Rails an support'begi uncertain n to to the start move Industrial, lending higher.



The Iht statewide race aa The rest U the stock list had

are "In a majority "reluctance to do battle" cent over our voters are the close a* this one and the even a muddled appearance Tubas

In this county," but you He said the committee he heads prime requisites to winning an tighter attorney general' rare eo: and airline were lower

couldn't tell it from looking II Is supporting eight candidateson election" was in 1839. The pattern was mixed among

the primary election ballot on the local state and nation "WE'LL WIN"The Fred Cone of Columbia Coun. alls, chemical, nonferrous met.
ty finally won the governor' Us, retail, aerospace Issue
Tuesday, Harry Green chairman al level now "Our executive committee chairman
eat after getting Into the run. md electronic.
Nominate committee Is not actively that "malpractices
of the local: supporting charged off by 371 vote. However few.
,
told for office which have A number ol the higher-priced
Goldwater Committee. coworkers anybody running continue today" er than 100,000 vote were cast
at apostelectionrsilyWednesday. nor are they spending any tended to discourage Republicans for the two candidate contest. iffice equipment, photographic

money to help elect Repub from registering as voter Ing the vecond spot and in computer to stock renewed moved trading up

Democrats had t lengthy primary loans" under their party label. lemand response

ballot but Republicans Green said his committee has "Our voters have been told at

had only one contested office. "split our party Into two new the courthouse for years that X "IrNf r 1f Barry Names Two As the market advance moved

the ree-way governors groups--the workers and the they couldn't register Republican : To Head Up Vote Into vet its there sixth were straight plenty day of how.soft
,
race-on their side! of the balls non-workers. We are fighting because there Is no party, .
>pots. Many Issue were un.
"This Is a paradox since! lethargy disinterest, and in- or that a vote would be was Drive In FloridaMIAMI hanged:

Republicans s reins majority;' action..not our fellow Republicans ted In an all-Democrat: state
Green alai "But they are ," he explained. "Businessmen have been (AP) Retired Army The Associated Press average
Ma Gun. John B. Medarl and .3
) of (0 dock at noon was up
registered as Democrats." The committee Green heads told flatly that state officials r Mrs Lewis B. Mavtag Jr., wife at 307.7 with Industrials up .4,

He remarked that Republi Is work for the election of have never 'been able to remember v1 ) of a prominent industrialist have ails up .3 and utilities up .2.

can office-seekers "often run a pledged to any Republicans at \ } been named chairman and cochairman The Dow .Jones Industrial av.

on the Democratic ticket because presidential candidate Barry contract award time. People of the Florida Coin- .>rage at noon was up 1.02 at

the Republican strength Goldwater at the May 28 see moving Into Collier County water for President Commute. 131.10.

is registered Democrat. These cond primary. Congressman: thought they had no choice" Republican presidential hope. Chrysler gained a full point.

people even get elected. They William Cramer heads this Green said I ful fen. Barry Goldwater of ArU The rally by steels simmered

often best the Democrats on the campaign on the state level. Green concluded "We aregoing tlw tone announced the appoint. own. Fractional gain were
In ti mends In a statement Thursday.Goldwater looted fur such leader a* U.S.
Democratic ticket In the primaries The state executive committee to win decisively Col
said the naming of fitul. Jane 4 Laughlin and Re
supports a rival, "unpledged"slate tier County. We ire going to I ci Medarl of Winter Park and >ubllc.

"Republicans now bold of* win back our voters get them GOLDW A TER.FOR.PRESIDENT Headquarters were set up this week in the Mr. Maytag of Miami bad nobearing Texas Gulf Sulphur advanced

floe as county commissioners "Our grand showing win be re-registered as Republicans, Florida Power and Light Company building on Eighth Street, South advocating on state Republicanraces more: than a point.

as councOmen. and on the May 26 when Republicans unite nominate and elect our own can* the ait of Republican electors for Goldwater headed by U, S. Rep. Control Data ran up more
school board, but most of them behind the William Cramer dldates and our leadership by P. McCool However, he retndorsed his han 3 and IBM added 2.
William Cramer of St. Petersburg. From left, are Charles ,
are registered as Democrats;' slate of delegates for Sen.Gold. fighting and working hard. Were support!, U the slate uf GOP Price roe on the Americanlock
Mrs. Sandra
treasurer of the Collier County committee to elect Goldwater,
Green said. water," Green predicted, "not fighting and working hard Florida national convention deUgats Exchange.
NO FIGHT because they are for or against now and the results have been Green; Harry M, Green chairman of the group and Carrie Bell secretary. headed by Republican Corporate bards were mixed.

Then Green attacked the Re- him but to prove once again gratifying There Is no other John Leautt vice-president of the committee was not present for the Rep William C. Cramer of St. I.S.' govemmentJWds. 1pKY were slightly

poblieM executive committee's that action Interest! and coo- way to win an election" picture. (NEWS photo) Petersburg. "1 higher



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II 2 COLLIKK COUNTY NEWS; FridMsy 8, 1964 Christian Church OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOQ 0 9A92R! A9.994AQA9911rn

ooc- Plans ObservanceFor White Profs Say Christian



I First Mother's Christian DayThe Church Must Do What He Preaches CHURCH DIRECTORYnDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO


and Sunday School of Naples, r arox

aw Mandarin Drive,Coquina Sands, Bv JAMES CLOTFELTER |lurtlc'Ipiled in a weeklong' i**_ 1 1i'TPTIST-CHURCHOF IMMOKALEE .

will observe Sunday, May lit'>, 01 The Durham (N.C.) Herald ]protesting refusal of city fathers f METHODIST CHURN
with a ,peclal"Mothu', Day"program CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP>-i to adopt a free public accommodations NAPLES
1t Why have whit professors and ordinance. In. Robert Martin, pastor Rev Richard HOWl Paetat
students In this university area "I had the feeling that I was SUNDAY

During the school hour, '.Irs.M risked Jobs and social ostracism not free that I could not face Sunday, School .. .. 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship, 8:30 I i]
Fayard will have charge ofa to demonstrate and go to jail a Negro without him seeing Sunday School, 9:45 t.a.

short ceremony honoring: the lor Negroes? white Instead of seeing me" Morning Worship. .. .lt>.30a.m. Jr. Intermediate and Sr.
youngest and oldest other aril "It is not enough for the Dunne saidDunne MY.F" 6:SO p.m.
,
i the one with the youngest: child!< ( hrlstlan to say there must be a native of Cleveland, Training Union 6:30p.m. Evening Worship, 7.80 pm
The mother with the n ost child justice," says a Duke Univer.Ohio, and a graduate of Choat TUESDAY

ren present will receive special varsity professor of religion. prep school, won a full tuition. Evening Worship .. 7SOp.m. Men's Prayer Service 7 put
recognition during this pro "An act of some sort is necessary scholarship to the University at Choir Practice, 8:00 pro,
gram. to give some substance to North Carolina. He droned WEDNESDAY
our words." from the university as a sector
Kev. James \\'.Mackey,new- Midweek Prayer Service,
The Dr Robert T. to work with the Chapel Hill
professor, WEDNESDAY;
,. Children
7.30
ly named minister of the First Adult : pm
Osborn, 37, who has: a wife and Freedom Committee md ledmass
''hrlstlan church, will deliver REV. aiC \" t.k o DLLUM
three children, was convicted of demonstrations which re Prayer Meeting .. 730p.m
hU first sermon in Naples at trespass for Joining Negroes ina suited In the arrest of more than IMMOKALEE
the I i1 a.m worship services. Central 200
Baptist sit-in at a Chalcll1lll restau.> persona CHURCH OF GOP
The theme of his sermon will rant. lie was given 00 days on Dunne said the moral dllem.
be In keeping with the subject Service To Pay the roads In March and is appealing ma of trying to decide on the FIRST ASSEMBLY Paitor: KeY 0. P. O'Biaa.

: matter of Mother's Day Honor To MothersA the sentence. racial Issue is similar to a man OP GOD Sunday School 10 am.Morpmg .

t O&born is one of four white drowning "U a man is drown. MiHdowUwn Ave., E. Naplh Worship 11 a.m.
Yl. special "Muthei 'sDi>'" ser men who told In separate inter lug and you have a <;fiance of Rev. H.M. Snow Evening Wonhlp 7.3J p.m.

Methodists To Aid vice will be conducted by Rev. views why they made the transition saving him and >ou don't, then Sunday School 10 'm.

Oscar McCollum of the Cen. from "over coffee liber> you may not be found guilt in 11
ff.vJ3 Morning Worship) am.
Integrationist 'Ira! Baptist Church nn Sunday, als" who talk about equal rightsto court, but jcu are morally Worship 7:30 p.m. EVERGLADES
,. May 10 at 11 activists who to do of him" Evening ,
Cases a m In the church' try some guilty killing COMMUNITY CHURCHRev.
Hardship temporary quarters In the Mason. thing about them. "Segregation is morally evil," Youth Service -* Tuesday H. G. Welabecker, puts \

SAFETY FIRST-When Sister Mary Edwinalda is anxious PITTSBURGH (AP)-Mi-tho, tc Temple on the North Troll. lie said he had found the Cuslck said "U a person cooperates tt 7.30 p.m.Midweek S.nday School 10 am.
..
I to learn the progress of a Newport News, Va.. hospital lists who suffer hardship bj! A gift will be presented to the Christian Church In the South with evil, it is an Immoral Service Thursday Morning Worship 11 sm.

extension she hat to don a hard hat for a look, Joining In racial tleinemMrations oldest and tithe youngest moth usually' unable "to change the act." at ':30 p.m. __ __ *
will be able to got financial aid er attending. Thtmes of Rev.Me. moral climate"anduniversi.\ .> Cufclck was born and raised GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH

ATTY. RABBI CRONER and was sworn in by clerk of from a fund set up by the Collutn's talk will be"Honor Thy ties "generally ineffective in Influencing In Gadwlc'ii, Ala. He said his Guilford Acres EVERGLADES BAPTIST
Nebraska Supreme Court. chun-h's General Assembly father and Thy Mother", and the basic beliefs of'ereatgraudather is reputed to Guilford -Rd CHAPEL
OMAHA, Neb. (APJ Rabbi "I 1 think there might he'l asums A resolution, passed Thursday( "Train Up A Child In The Way students," have founded the Ku Klux Klan E. C. Reeled Pastor
ErIc
Rev C. Weldon
llenjamm Canner now fan qualify l hen I tan udvise someone b>' the some 000 delegates overIrutests He Should Go, And When lie Is Osborn, an ordained Metho. In Etowuh County, Ala, after Dominion Rd., Avulou Estate I'aetor School 1.48
both all a spiritual and legal ad- onkgal aspect of a spiritual of southerners, said Old, lie Will Not Depart From dIM minister said years as a the Civil War. Cant Naplei Sunday : am.
nhcw. It." (Provo mere talker "have confirmed As a t(>( he attended a SUNDAY SERVICES Worship
1''''' em. Kabhi Grime nuid. both ministers and laymen will 22:6)) 'n.agt'r, Services. . ,Ila.m." Sp.m
The spiritual leader<> Omllha'fI "You might even tatih: me ripn- be eligible fur relief. The Central Baptist Church for me a basic theological in. Catholic boarding school Ala. Bible School 10:00: aims

large orthodox Jewish!. longrega* aerating him in court." Funds to be collected at bun is being Incorporated! under the sight: the Word Is never pffec.ttve bama which tan flit him that Coining Woivhip 11:00 am.
Union ,. .. 7
Him, Itclh Israel Synagogue, ha* day servl< es and In lI"erlallor,1, state laws of Florida and a church until it becomes flesh, be. segregation was morally wrong. Training Service 7:00 pm. Training p.m

Just been sworn in all a member MARRIAGE COURSE POPULAR drives, will go to "Mothodl&t building Is expected! lobeeretted comes action" Then he "1,...1 arguments Evening Worship. 8:00 p.m. .
Midweek Service..8p.mCOPELAND
of the bar, TOI.FDO: Ohio IAI') Since ministers and laymen who, on soon on Seagate Drive In North Another white man who Joined against the faculty III trying to WED. EVENING SERVo Prayer

II came about after a lawyer its inception IT years ago. the basis of l'onl'lpn'e l witnessto Naples. Pastoi MtCollumhashod\ Negroes In efforts to complete prove It was morally light" Bible Study and
)friend told KaMii (ironer he Home I2X)0 young people have a radillj Inclusive churth 23 years expeilenu as a minis desegregation! of Chapel Hill Is In December, while serving a Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. BAPTIST

'Should have been a lawyer. completed! a preparation for marnage (and) may suffer eioitnmlr de ter. William II. Wynn. 33. An assist. SCUlay() sentence growing out of Choir Piactice 8:111: pm MISSION 1

Kulihi loner said he Willi hut ioum HponNored by the prlv,itloii." ant prufessor"or" psychology at i a demonstration, Cusick faMed Rev. Clyde Marti. )
punt hadn't pruiliikd.Mu Family Life Movement of the First Methodist the University of North Caro. I two weeks when he was placed Sunday School ID I...

Diocese: of Toledo and Toledo Mt-NOMONEB FALLS, '4.., Una, he also Is appealing a 90. In: a segregated prison camp. TRINITYBYTHECOYEEPISCOPAL Worship Service
he had law
explained dojlie
from PePiiul llmvermly a College Diocesan Councils of Catholic (AP) A "holy hootenanny" Membership GroupTo day sentence for the same sit-in. '"I, as a person," he said, "can CHURCH 11 a.m. and 7:10 p.m. (

Men and Women wan part of the program! al St. Wynn is married and has a i not cooperate with segregationin Port Royal Prayer Meetings

pa.u.d nf the law Illinoisbar in Chuago, and Ultimate purpose it to help PaulV United. Church of Christ Meet SundayMembers year.(ild daughter. "I felt called any way, whether It be in na Her. Richard T. Lambert Wedneidi/s at 8 pas,

'iioti:: :: enumina young people form a high idol marking the dedication of a upon to do something," he ex. Chapel Hill or in a white prls. Services
in 1937 lie went on to Henri of the committee on Sunday
of married life, sponsor explain church building addition. plaint In describing his partlcl. on camp."
"w Ihiologual ColUge\ ('h"ago membership and evangelism of Holy Communion, 8:00: sm
The coura la open to these with Young people nf the church, patlon in a sit-in. CHOKOL08KXB:
und the first Methodist Church will
never prsiliitfil law.
definite marriage plans aa well accompanied guitar and drums, Wynn said his views on race Family Worship, Church CHURCH OF GOD
'Urlcd to apply for license meet Sunday night Immediately
a aa Ihoie who a* yet have no Rang songs they learned at stem from his "fundamentalist Head School and Sermon I ft 00 a.m.
Lutheran School 10
after the A.U.
.Huhbl (honor tick the advuc evening service.lllilHllllllllillllUllilllililUHIUI religious Sunday
plana. chunhcampa. background the
WednesdayHoly Morning Worship 11 am.
Church of Christ, which taught
._'_.__. -- WIIMWRNSRI MMNMIIqIIUIgIII a UlllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllUllllllllllllll' lini : that men should do what they Will Speak At Communion, 8:30: a.m.
Holy Days
can to establish Justice
M on earth MXKCO'CHURCH or QOD
Communion at 8:00 a m.
The individual .is called upon to Ira D. HaacocE; paetof
question and to search for Jus. Tampa Meeting
PRESBYTERIAN Morning Worship 11 am.
"l tlce." FIRST Evening Worship 7:15 .
John Dunne 21 and Pat Cu- : pj
Snyitci ,
Corciialy( CHURCH OF NAPLES
err Ctrc sick, 32, are two white activists
Third Ave., So & Sixth St
who quit the University of North
.I. Rev John W, Stump GOODLAND MISSION
Carolina last year. Both are now
serving 12-month prison\ terms. s Sunduy School 9:10 am OF OUR 8AVIOUP

I They pleaded no contest to Services nn Sunday Sunday School\ ',m.
Richards Roofing Service C
t/tc l1rc1Sunshine Rev Richard T. Uatrn
Phon Ml _t /MI Napls /o a tttena j charges of resIsting arrest,tres. y 9:30 a.m.
; pass, and street blocking dur.

"1 Hardware ing February demonstrations.They ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC3rd
sentenced Su. St. & 10th Ave., So JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
.1 .. StortMl were by a
Herd. r
'our Compl.U Mh Av.. t*. perlor Court Judge on April 24. Father Bernard L. Hick. Kingdom Hall 107th Avenue

'II ",f cy. Ioll'p Dunne and Cusick recently Sunday Masses .6810.11 a.m>. Minister Wallace Endrei
r ""
: Naples Rexall l Store ,\ ." .. w. ..: : ,weekdays 7 a.m. only Bible Study ,Wtd..p.m.,' --:'

100 Sih Av. t.. .j J' 1. 'i' :.11. m ,t' 1 1St Confessions: Saturday Minister School Frl, 7:30 p.itttjr

Naples Baptist 4 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m. Service Meeting Fri. 8:30 pin.

:I The Bank of Naples Sunduy School 9 s.m.Confiitternity Public Address Sunday 5:30 p.m.

Qrowinf with. Ntpl.t nod These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church Mother-Daughter Class of Retch: Tower Study Sun 6:43 p.mFIRSf

CoU".'NomberrFD.IC.: .I Ic 1949" and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. Banquet TonightThe :Mondays Chiistinn ut Doctrine 7::JO: pan. CHRISTIAN

I'1 Hartley's Variety Store Women's Missionary MindMiln CHURCH Dt.OF Coquina NAPLES Sands

M Ninth Sued, South I Union of the East Naples Baptist EAST NAPLES Minister
Church will hold their annual BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev James W, Mackey
Bob's Pastry Shop I Motlicr-Daughter Banquet Miaclowlawn Ave., East Naples! Bible School 9:45 am.
,I ito tth It., N.. MI tirmFr Friday at 7 p.m. at the East Rev. Ladles Barge Paeter Church Service 11
..h Baktd Goodt Duly I Naples Baptist Church. The am
n Sunday Choir: Practice Wednesday 7:30:
banquet Is held each In
i' year Sunday School 10:00: a.m.
Federal Savingsand Vesper service 15
Naples i honor of the members of the p.m SurMay
Morning Worship 11:00: '.m '
Loan Association I Girl's Auxiliary and their mothers Training Union 700pm. CHURCH OF CHRIST

to* 5th Av... 1*. Ml iflM I'Jim's At least 60 daughtersand Evening Worship 8:00: p.m. Tamlaml Trail at 14th Ave. N.

Sunoco mothers are expected for WednesdayMid Chirks Whirton II, minister

the occasion Week Sunday
LIMimt Qu.rinlt.d Multltr.Ml .
U13 .r 1472 N.plt.' Fla I The guest speaker for the Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. Bible study 10 a.m.

Oivi Stamp t = banquet will be Mrs. Genus \du!>, Choir Practice 8:15 p.m. Morning worship 11 am.
t'w. Creibhaw. Mrs. Crenshaw and
Evening worship 7.30
: p.m
I.
Naples Coin Laundry ; t z ) her husband are Southern Baptist NAPLES PARKBAPTIST WednesdayBible
tp.id Qu..n W.ih.n tB I' !I. missionaries to the Sec
.i Boy WiirtU CHURCH ftydy 7:SO p.m.
.S. Hwy 41 N. 4 Whitman llvd etj etjOpen I mlnole Indians of South lor- Itev. Marion E. Wacaier GRACE LUTHERAN

14.Hvurt N, Nipl. Sunday School 10 '.m, CHURCH OF NAPLES

W. Ho." Owner Ida.St. -a Morning Worship 11 1.111. Missouri Synod

Ann's Guild Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. U. S. 41 and 12th Ave., No.
Furniture Co.
Naples a
tt
v i Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30: pm Pastor
190 N*. TamUml Trail i Seats Officers Rev, GeorgeV.. Price

BB Builders Specialties 1 DR. FRANKLIN C, FRY FIRST METHODIST Sunday School i am,

Trail N.rth Ml I.ZJM v ,. 1- Tomorrow Noon CHURCH OF NAPLES Church Serried 10:30: ant

Plywood Dooms uildtri Hd..... t'r TomorrowS. members Dr Franklin Clark Fry of Hint Avenue S. t Fourth St. Holy Communion
Ichl... Ru..i ..'" Disler lochs 't '"" and guests of St. Ann's Guild New York, president of the Lu.Parlor: Rer. Harry CParham First Sunday each Month
/r !I theran Church In America will
will attend the annual InstJU- ,
Lamplighter Cafetsrla a I aditress delegates to the annual ,,Sunday Worship 11 am.
1r Ion luncheon, hire Miss Ccrtrudu -
Sun. Eve Servo 7.30
Downtown. U,I. 41 .eI Shaw, president of the convention of tho lorlda syncxl, Worship at : FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
4.C.rn.n Nipl... Fl 1.. I Southwest Coast Deanery, will meeting May 11-14 III Good Shep. Sunday School, 9:45 am. SCIENTIST

l t r officiate at the Installing of new herd Church, Tampa Known to Junior, Intermediate and Central Avenue at nth Sheet
'
I C A. Anderson I officer of the guild and Junior many as "Mr. Protestant",Time Senior Fellowship, 6pm. Sunday Service 11:00 a.m.
Int.nor A Exterior magazine has acclaimed him Prayer Meeting
"., guild as Sunday School 11:00 am.
n"nl DocontinfW
Wednesday at 8
.llpporln| Special| guests at tho occasion being "tho most influential lead pm. Wed Evening Meeting 8 p.nu

Phone Ml. II7U ".0. sit iniN will be the pastor of St. Ann's er of wor1< .tie' and Reading Room .520 Park St.

L .pl.., Florida J t, ,ff 'e.r Church, Father Bernard Hickey, "one of two or three Amel.tcanChurchmt'n ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC Mon. -Wed. -Frl.
I Father J.II. Lang of Naples, mid with a wide, inter CHURCH 10 a.m.-to 1 p.m.
Marathon Dredging Corp '.. Father Joseph Deaumont, palMtor national nputation." Igll Building! corner of "
Merino Conitruction and -I rot i 3 from Dimlta Springs, slung Florida I 96 congregations 1 Goodwin Street and the Trail CHURCH OF GOD
Land OavilopmantMl M I with 13 members fct- Leo's make up one of 30 synods In iionita Spring Cor. 10th St. A 11th Ave., N,

I41ZI Naplat, Florida f i.-& M I Guild. the 3,200,000 membership of tho Father Joseph E. Beaumont Rev David Lanier

Trail Builders Guest speaker for occasion Lutheran Church There are Sunday Masses 7:30, 9:30 sir Sunday School 10 am.
Supply 1 will be William J, Cunningham, 6,200 ongregutlons In the I'nl. Contention Prior to Morning Worship Hum

Company I English leather ut Naples( Senior ted Stales and Canada With a Ct '"lIay MassesIMMOKALEE Evangelistic Service 740: pm.

Naploa. Florida High\ graduate of Rutgers Unl. membership In Florida of3 ,OOO. Tuesday Prayer Meeting
THE CHURCH FOR All All FOR THE CHURCH contributions in 1963
versify, who recently finished totaled 7:30: p.m.Tnuudav .
West Coast Furniture 1.... I teaching a night i terse nn Com more than three million dollars, FIRST YPE 7:30 pm.

Complete Interior JawilifyisitThey'll I. dt I. 1 I munlsrn and currently conductsthe and property valuationIIa5follr.. BAPTIST CHURCH
M/Nh Ave. So. teen million t'i of the Paitor Rev L. E. Daniel
Napln Fla : : radio proms ram "Communismand synod's
; :: ..
.' I. ", ..,, .. 110. i You". 96 congregations are younger Voi'hlp 11 I m. ft 730: pm.BONITA EMMANLEL LUTHERAN
Charles R. LeBuff "" .. ."" ."... .,,, ;" .". "" ""_"_ .e churches on mission status SPRINGS CHURCH OF NAPLES
.
,, .
'.. 'nol. "".1." I" GOD
ASSEMBLY OF
Cabinet Shop ; The synod l nuns and operates| (LC.Mwt

Otttll Cabinet Furniture Repair be here any minute! As soon and! terrible time. 'lily;! Gal! had never i the Lutheraii Itetircmctit Center Rev A. P: Howie ill f.11t 1 Bow Line U.

Antique Reproduction as I finish the (flowers I'll po and sit failed to pi\e IH the strength to meet I Vatican Women at DcLand, and Camp Fmamul Sunday School 10 am HI the Muorinifn
4( ins MS.. Ml at GrovclaiMl. It shares with several Morning Worship 11 SJH p.....
J.l151with Dad the Dr. H+rland D. FagwSunday
on front porch so we'll them, and the
comagre\ to oilier southern lInJdIl In Evening Service TsJO p m.

Jimmie Gibbs be right there when they all drive in. Wave always lit>n a churchgoing Wear Mantles the operation of NewlH-rr Col. |Prayer Meeting Wei 8pm Church Service School 10 9am.30 .

PlatKrlnf i Masonry ContractorPhone It'll be ju wonderful to see them fjimily, and I know tlu .hiKlien never 1- lege al Nwwtwrry, S.C., laither. : 4t m.

Ml 11141 again. mla n Sunday even nc>\\'. Tomorrow SF" YORK ( \PII.ntl.) .. an Southern Theological Semln. FULL GOSPEL

Van Der Veer Dad and I were saying last night we'll nil go to chinch together, and 5 i and mantillas! will be worn by try Lutheraii at Columbia Children', SC.Home, and of the the COMMUNITY!' CHtR.H CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH:

Music Center that we couldn't hare been ble tlt\ed it will seem like the old dNJa when who more, will than act 100 worn,hoatesaes volunt tf. South at Salem, Va A branch Rev ()coa Paulson pastor Now meeting Masonic Temple

Complete instruction Department with better children or lovelier grand. our family wall still here at home. We Vatican Pavilion as forth i.fflcu of the childrun'it Home Rev, George Paulson North On The Trail

In any InstrumentSHEET children We've lIt'enIll foitunate. Of h'e10 much was iim-d' rixwnily in flnrl.da auiMaM paitor Pastor
MUSIC DEPT to thank God for, eeryone I Th. mantles will bt crisp
Mrs Ilirr) (rssman nt St.PeterM Dominion Dr, Avalon Estates Rev Oscar McCollum
IM* Mh M N. Ml IUJJ course, there have been some tragic of U+. opaque sheer cloaks worn over !>UK is the am worker in
the ladies' South Naples Sunday Service
own |u""nlIe' charge 11 hlld Care service,
tight lion Kiutw AJv.rt in Swvii*. Ine Sir.uhury \ cordiitf to Eleanor Lambtri appointed wl ich in. hides raster Mimes and Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School 10 am

hy Francis Cardinal conn.ellvi it. Morning worship! n a.m. Worship Service\ 11 a.m.

Naples laundry & IIAaeewlwyl Mun
I ftir, nwk. Rirlru b./h J r.niiiili I I t mil Nrl n ton of all Vatican Fruihi 6:30 pjn.
Cleaners, Inc. ra.aal ee.i I 10 Tita: s. a u $17.11 to i e tr white, fariric UHf their heads T mil".u The Ht\ fir Riiyall A. Wed prayer service 7:VO p.m. Evening Service 7:30 p.mOTE .
I Yr tnt b the preshiset. Emmanuel
ISin. A**. .. Ml t.Mil will complement the mantles.
Lulhti lurch wl1I.l I.e ru >re.
'One 0.y S.rvlc. Av.ll.kl.." Girl | > ThIs directory will iprx-ir regularly each k i iM I.
guides will" wear skirts. sullttMt I') Its p,.,-tel' the Rtv ; "
> \:iE"8.11 rhurrhri I. the .
Jackets and h :rets similar to the md lt' fount, .?
iiiiMiiiiiiiHiniiiiiiiiimuuiiiiniiiiiiuiiuiiiiiiumiiiiiiii/ iiM / """ 11I"111111I11I11I'11I11I1111"1"11111111111I"11"1111I111111' Dr. 11 'irlmd' V tJl1le, urged| u phone .r
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Friday, May 8:1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3 .
Truman Worried About I I Indian BelievedTo \

i Be 120 Years
;

I4cIr! : JJ Plans CelebrationWARROAD Lynda Cuts School To Join

What Bess Will Think U- 'I : 'b [ KeeKaKee Sic, ,Minn.Chlppewa<,AP)Indian.-.Ka. I

WASHINGTON liP three blocks from While medicine man believed to be Safari (
( Harry the< Father On Poverty
S.Jruraan; got i thunderous weU House r. -t 120. will have the first birthday

Corf back to the> Senate OIl Ws Truman set out with the mten : : ;1i 1-j of his life May II. -
8ab birthday today and was BO tlon of strolling about two miles I' -).. Despite his age KaKeeXaKee ATLANTA, Cia. (AP) The "used all my lines about whatI
overcome with emotion he could but found .himself so sui round Sir never was able to fix his father-diuRtiter team of Lynda wanted youth to do."
not"..make a speech. .d by cameras, microphones \' \\ '\ birth dale. But the City Council and Lyndon Johnson has been So, she said, "I Just want to
The former president helped and a tangle electronic' equipment \ decided a tribute wa necessaryfor seeking recruits for a war tell you that I agree with my
make history however by the wires that he rame to a the oldest resident of War. against poverty la six states father which is something that
few remarks he did make. He halt to field the questions of atcompanylng 1\ ": \E1\ road a town of 1,400 In north. with touches nf humor and talesof nut all young people always do."
I
became the first ex.presldent to newsmen. ip \ ,. : I. western Minnesota. ancestors. Lynda suggested a practical
,
\
address the Senate during an of. He discoursed on just about J..', May 14 was chosen because They have joshed each other beginning for an antipoverty
I. descended from and In the exhorted program "If everybody would
Jclal session In records-some process, applauding
the chamber,un. every subject from Russian tl''
,-N"e KI Indian legends-Indicate that thousands to lend just try to teach one person"
der a rules change adopted last Republicans, then strolled back
born "heart she said "It would make con.
to Blair IiA tB XaKeoKaKee Sic was and hand" In eliminating1 ,
year. House where he is
O "after the from the land. slderable Inroads" tin the .
about 120 years ago poverty piv
"I'm a little overcome he staying as Johnson's and
guest,
return of the wild geese" and Side by side, the SS-year-old!\ lems of illiteracy.
said, his voice choking "this Is headed from there for the Capitol i 1
'J "shortly after the Ice left lakeof President wearing a Texas hat, Johnson laughingly said his
one of the greatest things that and a breakfast reunion L'
: and his tall daughter school dropout
: the woods o.year.o1d daughter was a
has happened to me In my with old Senate colleagues. 'fi
whole life." But he said,because Truman was still settling ij'j : ; "He'll never see 116 again of barnstoimed" farms and townsThursday because she cut college classesto
that I'm sure," said Erick Star by plane helicopter come on the two-day trip. But
of his emotion he couldn't take problems right and left as he \
did \5\\ ; ren, who came lo War road in and car Lynda contended It was "a
advantage of the opportunity to upon arrival Thursday But .
1898 at age 13. When President Johnson cram course" In such things as
he
still had
make the \
a speech. worry that both. '
However he said, the rule ered him then. ,."-,,, The old medicine man was climbed on the back of a con. sociology and economics and especially
___ it- -L "W '''- moved to the rest home a year vertible at Knoxvllle Tenn., his In "physical fitness,
adopted last October sponsoredby The worry What win Hess, .. ... ..
-- ego. On May 14 KaXeeKaK.ee smliing daughter kicked off her trying to keep up with my
the former
Sen. Claiborne Pell first
entitling ex-presidents, to D-R.I.address ., left back home in lady whom he PRIZE WINNERS ALL in the Humane Society's poster contest They are, Sic will have rake and coffee shoes and joined him to talk toa father"

the chamber on "grave Movthlnk of his performance Independence in from left, first row Eddie Sanders, ccond grad student at Carver School, with him and other residents of crush of students tram the University Once when the President whls.

national problems" Is a "greatone. Washington? top winner in the city wide contest as well as first prize winner in his the rest home.Hoover. of Tennessee. pered to her, Lynda admonished

." "She Is always afraid," he own school Cheryl Robert"first prize winner! at I Lake Park where she is And Johnson time and again- aloud "Stop coaching me, dadyou'll -

.' Moving at a pace that would said, "that I will Insult some. in thv fifth grade and : ecoiul prize winner for the city ; and Michael Hay- end with-reminded hoarse I throat audiences toward that the All in get all me, in Lynda trouble.proved" her.
, tax the strength of men many body i am not supposed to In. winner Marks
and third
Shadow
lock, second grade first prize winner at WI1 prize he came from humble begin' nU quite capable of following In
years his junior the former suit. in the all-city contest ; in the second row are second prize winners In nines and knew poverty first the footsteps of her campaign
his withan Co far
president started day Truman special guestof
t fourth grade Carver Kamona hand. veteran parents and she got
their respective schools. Jerry Thompson ;
Impromptu news conference President Johnson and the na.
in which he predicted President tlon, has avoided Insulting any. Williams, sixth grade Lake Park. Michael Morgan, second grade, Shadow- 40 Years As Sitting on (he broken concrete plenty of compliments.

Johnson will do as well In No. body. lawn ; third row, third prize winners Louis Brown, third grade, Carver: steps of a tenant farmer's home

vember as President Franklin But he has given an elder Gail Wagner fourth !grade Lake Park, and Vicki llody, second grade, "at 1 wu Rocky born Mount tho, son N.C.of, he a tenant said, Janine Denies
D. Roosevelt did in 1963. statesman's advice on several
Shadow-lawn. (NEWS photo)
farmer In a family of seven"and
FBI Director
That was when Roosevelt car problems Including
ned all states except Maine and 1. How long should a president mon, Eloise Hicks, and Debra "my daddy worked on She Was NudeIn
Roberts, all first grade students halves" Its with the
; -fchartng prof
All work each Fourteen hours Humane Poster
Vermont against Republican day. ,
Society Top and Grady Uhllaker, third rrado. WASHINGTON (AP) Forty landlord.
Landon. Truman said flatly LAKE PARK first RoL. years and seven presidents ago
: Cheryl Johnson said that when his First Film
The prediction was one Item 2. How can a president avoid
a and Justice
cuts, firth grade, $5 00 plus sec. young nervous father died, "he left a hard
In an !Impromptu news confer being assassinated as he rides ond prize All.Cityl.Oi};; ..econd. Department lawyer was sum. earned and frugolly-saved $25." HOLLYWOOD (AP)-Janine
his tradl. through crowds. "Put back the
Won Carver
ence that Interrupted Prize By PupilEddie Ramona William sixth moni'd to the office of the at.
tloiul before breakfast walk- two Secret Service guards who grade torney general Harlan Flske The President lectured that Gray's shocked British friends
$3.00 3rd, Gall Wagner, fourth all ho
and cut It short-right In thei used to ride on the rear bump. ; Stone. wanted for every family will take more kindly to her at.
grade $ .OO; Honorable Mention. was "what mother wantedfor In her second
_middle of.un Farrarut__ __Square only ers," Truman said. Sanders Jr., second and E. George Rogers of theNaples Jeff Abbott, fifth I rille;Judy Hill, "Young man," the scowling me, what my every mother tire film Hollywood
Truman arrived from Inde.
assist.
grade student of Carver Elemen. Art Association Stone told John Edgar
fifth grade" Howard Ilortln.sixth IkKver. wants for her child-the chance She's playing a lead with Rob.
pendence Thursday In an Air tary took two top awards and 22 ed by Mrs. Walter Keller and 29, "I want you to be acting dl.
Ciado; Ronnie Ilortln, fourth for an honest honor. Morse and MaharU
living an ert George
Force plane and quickly went uncirculated John F. Kennedy 1.1 rs. Wen/el found their task rector of the Bureau of Inves.
, grade; Dottle Folsom,fifth grade; able job and a decent future." In "Quick Before It Melts." a
to Johnson's defense the han.
on "
half-dollars In the "Be Kind to difficult due to the generous a. tlgatlon.
QUAUTY dllng of hound dogs. The Presi. Animals Week" poster contest mouiti talent and messages con. Patricia Cor ln, fifth grade; Ld-:: Moments later the young man By the end of the long day, comedy set In Antarctica. Janine .
ward '
Turner, Special Class; and Lynda jokingly complained that Is quite properly coveredup
dent had got Into some hot wa. sponsored by the Humane Socle.ty veyed. departed launched
Ronnie Keen Class. ( on a career
Special her hud with sweaters sweaters
smooth-talking parent over
PERFORMANCE ter recently by lining "Him"and of Naples Inc. Out of 110 en. The posters have been display SlIADOWLA WNFlrl Michael unparalleled In the unnals of
: >t. .
"Her" by the ears. tries from students of Lake Park ed throughout Naples and ribbons enforcement topped by parka.A
llajlork, second grade, $iOOjclu bit different from her last
When a newsman Inquired Shadowlawn and Carver schools and cash awards were presentedto third prize AllClty $2.00 J. Edgar Hoover's name was College To Hold
whether that was the way to the students of each ;; sec. cinema "The Americanization
Eddie placed first for Carver andflr..t following to borcmie a byword fur relent
undo Michael second "
handle hounds, Truman asked: school assemblies Morgan Piano Marathon of Emily. That's when her
in the All-City awards. during special less, Incorrigible scientific
grade, $3.00 third Vicki
; lusty, chums were startled at
"Have you ever had any The two other top awards were fur the viewing of an educational crlmeflghtlng Ills organization reports
second COlin
$2 00 HARTFORD AP-
grade Honorable ( she had In
; that
played a scene
hounds?/ earned l by Cheryl Roberts fifth Mm entitled "People and Pets." Mention. Billy Bowman, second was to become a beacon to the None of that panty raiding or the nude.
"No," the newsman said. grade, who placed first for Lake CARVER: first, EddleSanderl.Jr" Janice professions of law enforcement cramming of booths
grade Feclur first telephone "
; grade
"But I wasn't nude she
"Then what the hell are you Park and second In the All-City second grade $5.00 plus Patricia Johnson fifth ; and Intelligence throughout the for the students of Trinity Col. ", pro.
grade "I
tests
about?" Truman said."That's ; wore pants
hollering awards and Michael Haylock first prlzeAll.Cltye.OO.; second world.b'uid.iy.
; Mary Ann Schmidt fifth lege. At least not this weekend.
grade That Is all however. She
; re.
the way to handle second grade who placed 1st for Jerry Thompson fourth grade will be the 40th annl.versary Noon will
Vicky Bryan, fifth grade; EusioEsptmia Saturday signal the stated efforts of MGM officials
John W. hounds." Shadow lawn and 3rd In the All. $3,00, third, Louis fifth
Gray Green fifth grade; Murray. of that historic Job pro. tart of a nonstop, 12-hour who wanted her to wear
Many events are on Truman'sschedule City awards. grade $2.00; Honorable Men. motion. And Hoover 09
now recital
,
Agent Botson and Willie GrlffU. Spec. Involving 70 liil..lin. trade
"pasties term tor.a
a
today Including an off Mrs. Clifford Wenzrl educa. tlon. David Ferry Pamela Solo. shows no ..11:1of
lal Class. quitting. gers, a piano lo Trinity's Iu.
Naples! Fla. flesh-colored adhesive about the
the cuff talk National Press Club
lion chairman of the Humane lie will reach the compulsory bury Hall, some Bach some
Hti been dOl.INn.l"d l and a dinner meeting with lid Society was In charge of the con. government retirement age of Beethoven and perhaps some size of a sliver" dollar.

Superior Lid Agent buddies of the famous World test. The judges Elsie Upham 70 next New Year's Day. But lng.along music. "I refused Janine declared
"Why those little things make
War U Truman Investigating Presldunt Johnson Is exacted "I don't know for certain If
(or Mi oulitindlnii you look grotesque Just to
committee. to Issue an executive order todayto the continuous 12 hours on the
Get Down Talk prove It, I demonstrated how It
life But It Is unlikely that any will
Iniunnce perch: waive the requirement In same piano will be a world rec.
would look with one pasty on
surpass an event of Thursday Hoover's Thus the ord said Dr. Clarence Barber
case stocky ,
a itrtprtienlelfveforThe To People Ike and .
when Truman got the Grand one off for the director A r
FBI boss
may be expected to the man behind the marathon
STATE FARM LIFE Golden Cross of Austria In the Advises GOP stay at the helm a* long as he "but It will be a collegiate rec. thur man lilller.and He Is bit a rather shy
was a
home of the Austrian unnerved
plush am. feels fit.Today., ord "
INIUIANCI COMPANY bassador. PALM DESERT, ( allf. (A)') anyway. but he sided with my argu
Truman this occasionproved -tt the Republicans( are to re. unqiipittlonably Hnov Barber signed seven studentsto nivnt. .
Geo. W. Thomas himself on adopt at shifting gain their |o&itlnn as the majority er Is fit. Ills aides repmt him play fur periods ranging from So she did the scene pasty.
to lie In ,
top physical condition.Ho 30 minutes to as long as three
from bourbon to champagne and party the "must get less It was a comedy sequenoe
.Agency M.n.eer.. back again without ripping a down and talk to the people," moves and speaks with hours. In which James Garner bursts
says former President Dwight vigor. Ho maintains his weight "And U any of them falls to Into James Coburn's London

InllA gear The ambassador, Dr. WllfrledPlalzer D. Eisenhower. at IS9 pounds. In public Sech.es | finish his stint, I'll have to till apartment. Janine dresses hast.

nAil presented him the magnificent Eisenhower, speaking to a and In private conversation In myself" said Barber an as.scKlale Ily whle the men engage In an
decoration as both men GOP fund raising luncheon his voice taken (III the famlllary professor of music who argument oblivious of her
angry edge when he talks about will be cm standby alert for the
stood under an oil painting of Thursday, said the GOP must Janine a shapely blonde witha
I INIUUNC! Archduchess destroy "the myth that the He- "hoodlum, sium" and "gutter noon o-mldnight concert haunting resemblance to Kim
Christine favorite "
(publican party Is the part) of rats of society Novak admitted that the reae.
daughter of Empress Maria the rich." A lifelong bachelor- ie never Dark gray or black pearlsare tlon among friends and familyIn
aUII fA" kin. Theresa of the Hapsburgs. wanted to marry because of the rare the Isles was a bit testy,
,,,vinCi COePAevMn. The ambassador praised Tru. competition the FBI would give
., 0151. NeeMII... C9as4 man for helping rebuild Austria service from the grand lodge of his wife-Hoover lives In an old
after World War II and keep it the district brick home in northwest Wash.ingtm

lIe sent the Masons by confld. ,. One attend
houllekl'f'l'cr
free.Last |
stop fur Truman Thurs log that although a lot of hard him. (STOCK CAR RACES )
day night was a dinner of the things had been said about him '

Washington Masons where he "I don't give a d.unn as long Billie Savidge
got the award for distinguished a. they c ,in't prove them."

,4_ Named SecretaryOf Every Saturday Nite!


Edison SGA 8:00 P.M.

THANK YOUWe ---- Miss Blllle Ann Savldge

daughter of Mr, and hire Wll-
ADDED AT
FEATURE Topp.r th. canary hal an
of the Collier County Sheriff's Departmentwish .itr. fringe en iU head that resembles i Beatle top. Songbird Him F. Savldge 767 Ninth St.
$.. has been elected
to thank the voters of Collier County for It owned by Mr, and Mri, C J. Judy' Nllh""I! Tine, of the Student Government secretary Association NAPLES SPEEDWAYSwamp

the wonderful vote of confidence given ui in at Edison Junior College

the May 5th Primary. It was announced yester. ( Buggy Ground)

day.

She Is attending college on a

'. scholarship offered by the Fort
a sincere Admission
Myers Optimist Club and Is on

the Dean's List with a 2.81 $1.50

1 1fA average. She Is a 1963 graduate w

THANK YOUto School.of Naples Senior High Children under


Next Thursday May 14, she 12 free

will be an honored rick of the

,f;..: all of my Fort Myers Optimist Club at

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luncheon.
voters and supportersfor


giving me

First ShirtGuaranteed heartfeltuYHANKS"
': such a My

to


Wear at Least LARGE MAJORITYin

to my 'friends, supporters and those

18 Months the May 5th Primary good citizens whose effort and votes made "

me high man In the first primary. '

election for

Here's shirt that not The job Is only half don.; hence I urge .

only claims to be longwearing COUNTY COMMISSIONER you to redouble your efforts for the second ,

but actually primary. We have s hard fight ahead of us. '

comes with an 18- v '

month guarantee! It's DISTRICT 3 To the supporters of my opponents, I 1
tailored of extra long
congratulate you on your fine efforts end

staple all PIMA particularly the clean campaigns you waged. '

COTTON' that looks I know you are Interested In having a strong,

like silk and wears Remember to VOTE May 26th for honest county commissioner, and I urgently '


Cellar like, pron.Mediem With Short i Sleeve S Spree: E. A. DOUG HENDRYDEMOCRATIC B. M. "BILL"SENTELL Collier Invite you County.to Join with me in giving It to

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8 1964 Godfrey T. McHugh Gen
MAY WASHINGTON (AP> tM
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----- news from Washington: The sculptor is Felix de V.U.

I Throw The Old Figures Out The WindowIn Americans JOBS 4.mllllon: There at work were Increase lat 69.9 montha million from- don monument, who designed In Arlington the ,Iwo Va.Jirr.

,
rate The bust will be placed u'
created by Congress March-Hind still the Juble" Cabinet Room
which tn.
Commission, was t- was unchanged al 5.4..r cent White House
In 1958 to look Into the recreation The labor forceitself til the library at Cambridcc
view of recently announced plansfor The reason: cOlllplele.J.DEVIATES .
Is
1 million Mass
about
needs of the American people In the Incrtalll'd-by The Navy has
developments soon to get : is.
housing
tnderway In Collier County, coupled years ahead. ; i 73.7mllllonMost _of the Increase. In jobs sued s toughly worded new r.
;; that homosexual
foresees that the population : diHnj such der stressing
The ORRRC R\ was among women
with developments already existing, dllfllllitic "are security and rellablli'
household work as
ppulation projections for this area have of the 16 states of the South, plus service and babysitting risks' and providing an avem-e

had to be revised sharply upward. the District of Columbia, may be more Unemployment declined anexpected for getting them out of the servo

1976 and over 103 400,000, brlnelni the Ice faster.
considered than 69 million by :
ac- prompt separation
Population projections I1qrf total number of Jobless down to "Their
curate and adequate just last year (they million in the year 2000. GOf. 1' 3.9 million. from the naval service Is essen.
the ORRRC E said the order from Secretary -
from of the tlal
the second largest Twelve years now WHITE HOUSE: Sales ,
Collier County Paul.,
the Navy
gave third most .'. : I guidebook are expected of
believes Texas will be the \ White House
In the state) .
population percentage gain ; to provide at least Mtze.
,
sixthIn 'F: I"
are now considered obsolete, even populated state In the nation (it was ": .. $100,000 this year tolielplefurb.Isli The new order speeds the

that Collier the 1960 census) with Florida moving I I' the While House ouster of deviates by allowing
:;
though they prophesied offenders In certain kinds of se.
Almost 1 million guidebooks
tenth Into eighth I'I
residents from Its 1960 position of to resign from the
County would have 34,503 by at $1 each, have been sold since rlous cases

January 1 1969, and 41,600 by 1970. place with a population of 8,387,000. their publication last year. service and escape court mar.
the ORRRC JFK A bronze bust of President tlal
2000 says
for In the ,
The recent announcement of plans year John F. Kennedy has been To resign, a man must signs

the development of Marco Island had the Florida may have a population of I presented to his widow for the statement acknowledging that I'

14,620,000 with only seven states (California Kennedy Memorial Library.It he may be deprived of virtually
local population projections -
Impact on "and
greatest Illinois Is of the late presi. all his veterans rights that
Ohio c a gift
York Texas ,
but also to be taken into consideration New f 1 i dent's three military aides: MaJ. 1 may expect lo encounter sub.
and Pennsylvania) having more. ) rf of the btantlal prejudice In civilian
Michigan
are Golden Gate Estates plans, Gen. Chester V Clifton

unannounced plans for developingother Taking into consideration this projected Army, Capt. Ta/ewell T. Ehep. life."
plus i, ,, tLC
due for Florida t Fr ? a
Collier County coastal areas in the population explosion

not too distant future. In addition, house the projections for Collier County

ing starts In the Naples and Immokaleeareas seem quite reasonable


been than satisfactoryin As pleasant as these future prospectsfor w
have more : : \
be the seem It must be remembered 'WA.JUtot:
recent months. It should also remembered county : '

that Everglades will experience that problems will certainly accompany :IVRRir-.. :'SMALL' ,. BU..t.N.'ES'SJ.f.: .

when the growth. It behooves county '
a rapid population Increase t J
1: lU9tHA: ,
y ,
finally the entrance to Everglades Na- and city officials to start planning now !

tional Park, now underway there, Is for the solutions of these problems. The posthumous duclosuie. General Mae Arthur'a battle 1

The three Chambers of Commerce In MacAithurit plant were given to the Chinese ,
by General Douglas
completed< well start early dissemination ,ip. E Y s The Best of BoyleBy perhaps the biggest bombshell ,' Thus, thl treachery wasquite
Taking Into consideration these factors the county might to explode in \\nnhington In keeping with the rest of

projections now Indicate that of these population projection 'b T E since Pearl Herbs, The tact the era of disgraceful conduct
new firms will that their. was treachery in In Britain a* It all goes together
business BOYLE
Cpllier County will have around 75,000 figures for many HAL Korea which cost thousands of In one ball of wax.

residents by 1970 and 120,000 by 1975. be interested In an area promising such American live und ended the ore
fiasco in a M ilcm.itc was per Of ionise, whin UK Biilishpup'c ,
This may seem a most optimistic pro- excellent growth. nated by teenagers, so It Is difficult hap not I moltid against such

but It becomes more realistic And even though the population of OUR PLEASURE, KIDS NEW YORK (AP) At the to tell what the real musical ticillarly scandaland put back Into power
j jaction, In age of 4, Peter Nero was able tastes of the country are. .pnr'l a fimnmblc government the .
com-
v|hen one considers the population prognostications the county will rapidly Increase Editor, Collier County newts to make up tunes on a toy Teen-agers seem to have a lot But U.S. Stale Department did its

for Florida released this weeklily ing years, present residents need not We want to extend a very xylophone. more money to spend than they facts si to best to destroy the government

of Commerce. too much about being crowded. special thanks to the Collier At 7, while visiting relatives, did IS! or 20 years ago" how the "11'111 being even snore bitter than it
the U. S. Department worry County News for Its help through. he began picking out the same What about England latest out" was as-, hat been since Gen. UiGmillc

S The USDC report is based on a prolction One must remember that Collier County out the school year. tunes on a battered old upright gift to culture-the long-haired r 0 m p tithed. c.iiKtrd French Socialists.

made by the federal government'sQutdoor has an area of 2,032 square miles withinits The article the paper carriedon piano.By. Beatles? are. While IntemtIng see
i the Neapolitan staff wai the time hft was 14, Peter "I think the Beatles are won. on When rKjptt: Naaaer stole
Recreation Resources Review boundaries. beautifully composed. The heir had won several awards and dl'rful-but I still like music .this ne hind be,, the hues (anal. Prime MinI..
In both newspaper made a number of sympl,nny sail can ter Anthony Eden, I protege of
you have given us myself, he viewed si an C. W. Harder '
i -hill. took quick action and
( hur<
Is hall He was re
articles and pictures appearance Indictment of the British, It Is
have had iheou..r! situation
would
deeply appreciated. garded as a child prodigy, andit perhaps well to put thing In
to
settled for all time
sthers: say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONSI We have given the Colllei was taken for granted that by his hi TheWorld their proper prrsprrlirr.see tome within another 41 hours
County News a special thanks In teachers and family hut wat compelled lo cease by
our yearbook. would become a concert pianist. TodayBy \Dining the tirm "f KOKU the the V S. who told him unless he
"But the most Important British I I.abnr IIn\'I'I'I1I11l'lIt wax stepped his drive to unseal
Betty Savldge thing In this world Is to be him- Jorret MorlawaAssociated in piMpr, which taken III the Nasser there would be armedAmerican
FAltor.ln.ChlefNeapolitan est with yourself," said Peter Pre-* so-callcd liberals Right utter Intervention Thin

I "The turning point In my life World War II the liberal 1111.1.1' toppled I:den',, ablnet.. but

name( at 22 when 1 decided I WASHINGTON (AP) Short"ly tort were able In remove.Will. failed In the ma lor objective of
sloe and 1'1111111. con
1 didn't want to be a classical before his death President Churchill throwing out of omcoJla. 'on-

.,.j' 'F .:,;, t ,,,&a.: Ate 'dtxicert' Artist. I always hard John F. Kennedy said he would Invllhc la.bnr Pniti' aervatlve'party; .lot ';,

.......It. ,t'1-' r 10. PET DOCTOR ''ta practice", and you can't hate tike on his Republican opponentIn This was an Interesting perlud ooe
to practice and be that kind via the 1904 presidential race in In British history. 1'he railroads It IK now In IM. i'xjX'c'll'Ct that
By A W, MelUr D.V.MQ professional artist." television.radio debates. So far trucking and oilier Induntrlrx tin Aniciiiini pmicdo-libcnilt.
Despite his early dislike forkptndlng president Johnson has declined were nal1"nalil"d. So- like liyeniiK anal ping nt R dead
lung hours at the to say what he will do. tallied medicine tame Into lion will dn their utmost to

piano, Nero went on to carve It would have been easy for I effect It also developed renpoiitlble nibbU away at the lowering

a one unique niche In the musical Knnnedy, an old hand at It after posts In the British government Mllt'AI'lh"r inlegrooe:<<
it t / .
world. his four debates with Vice were given to sex deviates
/ who defected to Russia. In fail an seen as they feel
blend of Nixon In
-tJtt At 29, featuring a President Richard M.
and the of safe, will shoveground
daughter
a they
government pop
classical forms with Jazz ImprOovbtons 19CO. All of them did Kennedy
leader married an African again to launch attacks
IIH has become crhJ(8' And Republican thenIn
good. no
.
.. im the MacArthur image But
the most successful "pop" plan. outdo
sight seemed likely to e. nn one nhnuld be particularlymirprbied

Sat In the field. him.Johnson After about six years of thinthe that they do this or
A.. Each year he does 100 con with no experience In British people threw the with the wild screaming
certs, appears on up to a dozen: this kind of national encounter, Labor Party out of power and claims they make, or over the

"I sleep more soundly since we got twin beds' television: shows, and turns out gave this answer when asked sought to remedy as much of lengths to which they will go
threw albums He also has com about the debates at his Dec 18 the damage wreaked as poi seeking to destroy the Mac-
posed 30 tunes, acted In and news conference. able Fngland still suffers! from Arthur Image. After all, the
TIN.UK.O.N IIOION HAOMim written the music score for arum ''1 will make those decisions the affects! of this rule V.S. Supreme Court has made
'
x. e0 and signed to do three at the time 1 am the nominee eee tome mighty attempt to det-
I A JDE"RI It was during this time that the
of God.
troy validity
Hole In The Ground more Peter films.certainly suffered no and In the existing light of then.the For circumstances the. (fft M.ttnml ,,,,...H...'" ,,.,,,... ... nminn,

financial loss by turning his present, I am not going to disc ',..........,..,.." ,." ......,.." .....,......,.. .." .... .,....
hole in the ground ? An improved and simplified Titan II, classical ca
need
nybody a It Ihort such o thing 01 a back on a purely cuss any political matter" t

Belter yet, 64 of them? the solid.fueled Minuteman and the sea rogistorad cal? Cam Fielding, reer. That raises the first question

fhey are not ordinary holes, as can borne Polaris have superseded the Titan Ftstus. Ma lie worked several and years on Why, with this advantage, MISS DEB
coiktall lounge supper
J'e dily be adjudged from their original I and the even more venerable Atlas missile the circuit. should he let an opponent, In
Th.r. dafiniloly onoegld.r.dor club :
pr Ire of $25 million apiece. A one leap before the cameras I('
hey come in groups of three. Each hole pad'grsod coll At y.!, hare Ii not lie foresees In no American great change mu- and with one turn of the dial, ."....rn quiHumi :

fa J65 feet deep and ii complete, with air The missiles themselves can be used tortutlnl' ai much Intarstt In pad'graad ar rag forthcoming enjoy the same spotlight with about Junior .Ifmvfiy '

..ditioning underground well water, fuel and much of the equipment, suchas l,'.,.d cot 01 th.,. Ii In rog Hared sic."The market tixljy Is doml. and perhaps do him damage by : ,urllt, grooming Il\\ '

co diesel capable the diesel plants, is usable dogt .,.. .+. -. .. iOiit.loin? him? and in'rrl"2, ,'

or 11 supplying ka, antennas all and the a electricity plant needed by But the government would elseWhere'l:_" : ',.., : 1h .:'; }.$1, ;.i., .... ','.-<,<:ill 11 t I But Johnson, like Kennedy, Is \

inclines know just what it can do with a politician with a race to win 1'Q.
Each
a ity of 10,000 people group D. MI"IL.If. c.p! A
hole and I and the main problem of how.
a control center. Nothing! but a Twenty-five million dollars a EIIDIl10: I DE 4VER! ROM That would be the primary con. I finally have permlsslor her Is U all right If I call
H-bomb could knock them they art of no earthly use whatever now.Yet to buy my own clothes Iti and check*
hit
dirtect: by an worthevery t e. TITANITEACROSS liberation for both. That a great but I have
these holes in the ground were one prob
A Sorry but only put
for 'ou'd
Johnson
ou TA I LED ONLN practical reason lem I trust my taste, but I'm
holes underground silos for penny of their cost because they, wanting to wait till he sees a little him on the spot and that
64 are worried
fhe WUhhl about buds
defense establishment 1. Seize 31 E 5.T E R. A R D E N T wouldn win points with
and the rest of the nation's what he'l against ling clothes any
Denver. Today up my allowance.
th Titan I missile near 4. rJasilcfluid 32\ppollllcd .D.I ANIE.AT I him If you should "happen"
are responsible for the peace we By campaign time Johnson Mom will allow me two lump
Titan
after the first tt
not quite two years limn see him at school or the
sit i was declared operational!, the mlllll\lt\ enloy today.Perhaps 7 Crowd, 34 I\orderill" P A 11.01.A LAM 0 may decide, danger or not, the and turns one one for for spring fall and and w'Inl.r.., soda hop give him s cheer

nB all their complicated launching anti someday *'e will know how 11, Tasteful 36. Splendor A R1A elL C I RAT E. debates are necessary Can you tell me how summer to ful Hi" but don't quiz him.
LILAC I b N AwE D For Instance Could be he hat a money
obsolete. cheap they really were. 13 f Amer 311, 5lusing make sure 1 don't spend too
re{vice equipment are To restore public acceptance problem now, or hit time U
St. Augustine Record tree 4U, Rrhold AS T E RIO : I D. APE- much it fine and then run
through serious discussion If by oul of taken up by a Job homework
14, Warble 41, impersu" T 1c t. 0 R L t. RON money
or another Remember
girl
. I It Had To HappenFew 15 Selfpos' ator END WEAR E R 5 then In the he presidency has nude' or some suffered goofs A Better to worry a little any of these stumbling blocks
Harlot 91.1bxdlanv now than later, when you can be temporary The phone
Concealed'SOLUTION Of YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE disfavor by too much running need
a new
17. Working 46. dreis and there might ring at any moment.
were surprised when they per cent ; Bobby Baker, 22: per cent. Implement 48 M" 6. around and too much talking off nothing left in the treasury Meanwhile don't tit around
DOWN I'enugrani Consider
: the cuff. this four
point waiting
plan
18 lltle Jell :
got the news that an electric computer The questions were of the type 20. Skyward' 50 Consumer I. isthmus 7 fencing/ Besides, he Is thin.skinned. If First. make I list of every Q. I cant remember names

had gone stark, staring mad. any reasonably competent husband 21. Irxju' 31 :Nodding 2. Turk, dummy he says he won't debate, the Republicans thing season you lit: must hive for the until lye heard them a jllllon
But H. .\lmost no doubt would try to that ai your basic times Is there smooth
without blinking. any
had expected it. could answer didalU' 3J Sea regiment buying plan. The
Many 9. Intricate needle him Into changing his unexpected way out when you meet tome
Old
23. Suis swallow 3. does
Computers, after all, are only the computer just didn't have the 26. I lop tbly 34 lligh..ei. (:crinan HUH 10. Egvptearth mind by attacking his reluctance amount comet for up is. 10 yet leave.unllited a safe one you should know and Just
To emotional stability that it takes. !god to face his opponent. items cant think whether hit name
machinery. They're not perfect. 211. ollim' toned 4. Hum" Start slowly, buying' Is Sam Melvin or Clyde* Or
err U mechanical. And the com No only could it not field the questions 30 College 33 \\'use helmet 12.flenttaword Col There a good reason now to only ,things you need right should I just hide In the closet
show digrre ubhr 3. lIne think he might welcome the de. away Second do your very until Whoever.He.Is goes
puter referred to certainly erred.It it muffed them. A poor urge 16. Design bates. He seemed a little uruer best to avoid buying away*
all around. No wonder it I is now 19 I Host P"US\oP and think no"iuTt
of himself out but
this particular computer tales starting ,
seems / f I' A. tospend
l f j I' 7 : twice The closet no place
transistor shrink- 0 21, Scandina he seems to be developing so ? Will the drew
fed the sort of questions a in the hands of a really have an active an evening Try to
I' I Man: saga much confidence In his voter appeal part InsTvu'TMJ'J' make up with warmth what
woman might ask her husband during er 24 Corralsi that he Is now unpredlct don't really your your greeting lacks In memory -

the course of a day Well anyway It isn't difficult to imagine how I. "I 23 liowmer: able from tour to hour."COLLIER"COUNTY far from prices you stray art too Say something like "Hi.
; "
went out the Quebec government, which has 2f: Hasten .4's'4' cUllomed to spending ac I haven't seen you In ages.
slowly for
the computer 17 N I' rlG 27 Wrap .,;;. : dothee. If 'ou're tempted or, Hello. Iti really nice to
of its electronics. Strange lights another incompetent computer on ( ; 0 29 ,Ml; NEWS .? extra expensive dress con by set you again" Then listen

blinked it quivered, and there were its hand, feels. Here is what it did : 21 11 ; lJ If H 33 Rose oil alder whether you want- It and hope. someone else calls
%/ MICHAEL CHANCE. Edit-Publisher enough to cross another Whoever He It by name, or
It made out checks! to :2:!,000 uniersitv denuU'tI' item
all sorts of odd noises. 17 I' II )t U SiockV.de THOMAS HAVER. Associate Ed.tor offtheljit fourth don't httl. that your memory returns
Finally it started tending back \ bursary students and overpaid t 37 Swam: MARSHALL WYATT, Adv Managar tale to call in Mom at a Your own failing should make
clothes you understanding
Mac*) Supt consultant especially
ALBERT OPOLKA.
absolutely inane answers to the them b.v a total of more than 5l 0 Jz [JJ 'of J1 39. !S'mbo: of DAVID HERMANSON Clra Dlractor flattered that you respect Shell her be of others. by the way When

For instance, some 91.7 million That happened in the /. /' I..ithhlldrad MRS LOUISE DAUS Office Mar. judgment, and you U feel you act someone It having
'
questions. 1 r'V
wifely fb r'v: /-' rU.. Memphis PITCH: $HUTT$. Ct.ssdi.d MrPublshad more confident about trouble remembering your
ef the dialogue went something like 196J-63 fiscal year, and the fo.rnment chief god Mondayand ct'lon If it his her approval name come to hit aid and reintroduce

still hatnt recovered $2; .OOO 4d 11/ I 42 4j 14! 44. Hasebll Saturday daily, in 'tha OCr.... by especially if It involves a yourself right away.
this : Publ ahing Co. hearty chunk
Colts of
the of the overpayment.That team the 745 Twaiftrt County A".n,.. South NaDIM. : your budge for mart tniutri to your
fed into computer 47 d 49 Inc
Question ( 4b 14 43 Legal dttd.ISO Fla, .. JJMO Mail. addraaa P O. q. A boy I dated once look tutitioni om ) : How old is Harold Wilson'swife particular computer maybe 46 Sever loa uu.T..ph. my phone numb., aDd laid uJ kttuty H-ntt ,;r l/kt/ freebeohfg
as crazy as the proverbial fox. 1-1's 47: Seabird .... Midway 2110' for oil Jae'd calL II'. bees nearly a Are yore T"e
? week and 1'10 K.ea M StU _*u 'a4dd4Nn
Answer: Goldtrater, 34 per It could: be in cahoots: with some of IJJ Z. ISf 0 n 49. Son of Ra dapartmanua Entarad .. aacond. claaa. Mattel at think lie d"ID'i beginrsing know hew to to to: Miss t ow Deb, Box1llie. .

27 the students. 32 Negative! the' Post Offca at Naolaa. FlorMa.Hndar diaL Maybe be loot the ..... KmbarjyCiwl Coci"
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Modernizing PlansOnce


having acquired a home most families aim to improve
It Even relatively new homes require alterations and additions
BRIGHTEN BEDTIME KFADIVC WITH ADEQUATE: ; MClimC' farilm. llnlroont .ho..n l da repairs and replacements to keep pace with growing familiesand
properly illuminatnl bjr a rombmalion of two pullduwnn, with handy adjuMablp hrlghu and a provide extra apace for living,
I dimmer control lo vary ,light, and a fluorrtrent unit over the headboard. "'..nd.nl '.".p protidnlourh While aiming to make their present house fit present needs,
of color and plenty of light in adjoining drr..in( ..r.. Ughling, fi\lurr by Mo* IJghl home owners also keep In mind the fact that Improvements
-- a are good Investment since thev enhance orooertv value
-"- -- This line of thought has resulted In local banks expanding
1 M>OOK w.nnOPENS: IP LIMVC: ROOM: addm* both light and Individuality to deroralinixlirmr. their lending facilities to Include a wide range of home Improvement
Dili l>p" of room opening practical and .r..the In any home with "rloaeJ-In" feeling.lnrrn financing for banks too agree on the worth of
.e radar, from the Western Pine region, !. used for paneling, beanie and lathe-turned. pout. well-planned home Improvements
1 --- Whatever your home Improvement needs, there's a sound
way to finance them through your local bank.. And here, to
help you, Is a brief rundown from the American Bankers
Remodel to Boost Association:

Bank Home Improvement loan, You can Borrow up to $3,500\
and take five years to repay Interest rates can vary from five
to seven percent discount, "Discount" means the full Interest
Both ValuesIn charges are deducted from the loan at the outset
Space Amount and terms depend primarily on the kind of Improve
ment you plan and your ability to repay without hardship Cost
Is slightly higher than FHA financing, but flexibility greater,
both older and newer homes the sounds of hammer and saw, sander and spray gun For Instance, you can use the money for Improvements that
rasese end a myriad busy tools will soon be responding to the call to Home Improvement Time" Not are not built In or considered
only thriving but growing stronger' than ever Interest in Improving existing homes, is literally essential under FHA regulations
e sweeping the country as home owners go forward with plans designed to Increase living space such as carpeting appliances
enhance comfort and add Importantly to property values. swimming pools,
Home Improvement" can mean many things,but signs indicate that, first of all, It greenhouses, rr.r-"j.
means adding a room. Among 1500 home owners surveyed by the National Home Improvement FHA Title I Short-Ttrm -
i- Council 76 percent were planning a specific remodeling job and of those 58\ percent wished Loan, Here, you can also
to add space to existing homes especially, bathrooms, bedrooms and family roomsKetnodelera borrow up to $3,500 and take
N f ,f iI look. In.lile Home Flr.1 five years to repay Cost is less
because loan Is Insured by the 1 I
Using the results of this survey as a yardstick It appears that people' look inside first Federal Housing Admlnlstra-

MAKE FUN A FAMILY AFFAIR HYriAVMV; a .la>rm.m for relaying and ri.l runng.! Ih.rr'i when they plan to remodel. Among the homeowners queried, 78 percent of those with pro tatlon
I aomrlhing for everyone In tin rolorful redwood family room with rnlrrlalnmenl ..rabinrt lioufiinR jected remodeling jobs were concentrating on home Interiors particularly kitchen and You are limited to improvements .
stereo and television el. Inuaual room divider la rupandrd metal wreen art In redwood |MN>|.. bathroom remodeling and basement refinishing. considered essential,
,. ,, However that doesn mean that there Isn't plenty going on outside the house what with like modernizing your kitchen 1 t
r t ra41 roofing siding guttering, painting, Installing patios and swimming pools landscaping Indoors Interest Is usually five percenton
|M> too the bath and bedrooms kitchens.family rooms and basement are by no means the first $2,500, four percent
the only areas to get attention. So great is the present Interest that it covers every Improvement on the balance,
>o Here's theAnswer imaginable with an estimated ten million home owners spending a predicted 13 billion FHA Long-Term Loan (Section -
dollars to complete major home Improvement projects this year, according to Harold Mattlln, :oK) This loan (also insured -
Chairman of the Council. r-- AM a Miag J by the Federal Housing
E3 One especially significant fact emerges from the Council Administration) must be used
v survey The home owners queried had a clear and definite Idea This U the first of what will only for making major structural ,
of what they hoped to achieve through remodeling projects btt a regular Hldiy feature.. of changes In your home MillSPRINGS
News
By ANDY LANGAP If you are planning to increase your home's livability and the Collier devoted to Counly make a And your home must be at a
NtwtftoturtsQLI value by any home Improvement project the smartest move to p.igo Imlplng you least 10 years old. You can
'' SI ION: I am getting make first Is to decide, just as clearly and definitely, the exact your dram bums, aiwrtnioiit and out borrow up to $10,000 for as
attractive
result you want, more coin long as 20 Simple Interest ,1
reads Jo lot of years
(o a painting W&'labie& l and IIvabl llo|>e you
Learn all you can, by shopping and asking questions about runs about six percent
like
both inside and III
.
out
new projects and Ideas, Familiarize yourself with local build- Open-fnd Mortgage Loan,
tide the house I have lo Ing codes and how they might affect your plans. rrmzmzzrr zEtyILY Does the mortgage on your
buy some paint brushes Plan lo Gel lull Value home contain an open-end
( an you give me tome ad When you have determined Just how much you want to provision? You may bt-able to
vIce' spend for just what Improvements consult local dealers and borrow more money on it for
brat contractors for estimates. Since Increasing the re-sale value of home Improvements Usually "LARGE ENOUGHTO
ANStttK: : The advice I i.r i.
home should be consideration In 1m total previous mortgage
get quality' brushes, not only! your an Important any your
b, mae they will tail longer, pruvement project, make sure the money you spend will get payments must equal the SERVE
but hetause they will do about results that enhance property value at least art equal amountThis amount you wish to borrowTo
careful of handle the extra debt YOU WELL
r lob right from the atari means planning changes and additions, ,
PUT AN t\lIlo:: family; trallie jam" by doubling utility of your More specifically a brush to be AlthouRh room additions stand high In popularity, its monthly payments may be increased SMALL ENOUGH
bathroom with twin waohhowU. 'Portioned in counter, they permit uc.d for exterior work ahould be worthwhile to check first to see that all existing space In your or repayment time
I"olorl ready at .time lill.... fi"II' 3 III 6 inihea; one for use home Is being used to best extended, TO KNOW YOU
,,' interior walla and ceilings advantage. FURNITURE GOLD MINE Mortgage Financing If yoursIs
h,'uld be 3 or 4 inches wide; Adjusting a house to a HinriHNSON, Kiln (tAP) a conventional rather thanan PERSONALLY"fidd
a14 for furniture and small. aur- family's needs can often be accomplished After Cynthia Rayl!. 9, found i open-end mortgage, you
tare should be between one through simple remodeling penny in an upholstered! chair .htct a may be able to borrow the
arj .ne-half and 3 inches; and points out Harold till on a hunt through ih money you need by retiring :'HI.h jt :
its for window saha and Himjr Edelman American Institute living! room furniture and founj i your present mortgage and r
h ? areas should be the one-inch of Architects member who kiddy-Kited gold mini. getting a new one for a bigger :. r"fzaot'
w'1 I Ivpe Always work from the heads one of the organization when\ she finished she had J amount,
;r' ",n.tion toward the section I House Consulting CommIttees. S$,08 in coma which over nun : "\"1\1..1) n<>-diii.| .
rnrc huts |lust painted. On ex A well-placed closet and addi- years had Clipped from, > adult range IIIMM! rliminalr nrirnmlxl
c IC'I.i >r surtacea, the paint must tional door or archway a foyer pock" it toll" ,.I. 'lI'" of the furniture of frriurnl painting or papering, I I
K": w.irked in. On flat manor or a patio entrance all have a ruined .by tniokr. "rra.f or tlaini. I
r urlol'.ca u>ie a kind of fanning. bearing on the apace design of
ill 1 )ki On furniture or when a home drama
r I, YI .'''ig enamel flow the paint These additions and many glamouand
vs "n Din. are exception to all others that suggest themselves
If tins, especially if you are when the space plan for a PlanningA
using a special type of punt house 1E I studied can mean the adequate light
TI-,it'k why, no matter what you difference between an Inconvenient PATIO
,", .id here and anywhere else, the awkward area and a :
,
I itl I thing you should do before comfortable home orRepairing
"jriing' a paint job IK to read the More Ways 1 han One Your to home witltormmmm
GARDEN ,HtruLtiona on the label LllleII There are more ways than your .
if 3 \'. ROOF?
to add
one a room. Finishing t
TOOLS '. Jrf., .ifccow. houaewivta signal attic basement or porch doesIt Ask About A
SHOVEL RAKE. FORK w 'tirr'a end b\ peeling protec'apir the least costly way, You can
Up, from their "m- even convert an attached i HomeImprovement
OR"SOAKER"
:
garage Into a room and add a .
GARDEN I carport. to the home, ,
Aluminum is one of the -
HOSE J most abundant metals and the It hat been estimated that the Loan
lightest in common use wild population will double and FIXTURES ; I
ifiaumpuon' of water will tripleh t THE i
UndergroundSPRINKLER he end of the century. f
Bank of Naples
Demand /for veneer-quality
Mack ..llnulh.* grown torpidly Inside and out createdby
.' :. "1H4 that manufacturers, using It Member FDIC
( xmyu America's famous
at twice the normal rate of 1' most names.
the SYSTEMSTORO n"! Hi in board feet s yearRANCHERS. Here at KAY-RAY you'll find.
at new .
decorative and utilitarian fixturesby

Ughtolier, Moe Light Light-

RYAN PAINT STOREWith Moist-A-Matic : craft of California, Atlas recessed

fixtures, luminous ceilings and
Heads
s s s fluorescent lighting and

the Purchaseof PVC many others And by SPECIAL

each gallon of Plastic Pipe ORDER, ONLY, we offer CRYS-
SET IT. FORGET frTake
any interiorMASURY & Fittings TAL CHANDELIERS.
$
a permanentvacation 3 .xf

Manual, from The beautiful lighting you ad-

Automatic, CUT COSTS AND watering your mire at The Beach Club Hotel,

PAINT Hydrostat INCREASEEFFICIENCY lawn The Mansion House, Surfside, The

OFFER LIMITED, SO HURRYI Controlled ON Tides and many other notable .
ALL ENGINES TORO AUTOMATICALLY! ; f
""j Systems buildings and homes was fur.

FREE HIKIS HOW: e Lowers your water bills nished by "KAY.RAY' .

watch for our ESTIMATES! Switch l. 1PGase e value Increases your property completely underground .
power yewr pump*,
GRAND OPENING! trucks, and traders end e Saves the work of watering VISIT OUR SHOWROOMSKAytRAY
to Helps build a beautiful
'enjoy traubl free lawn
WE'RE OPEN FOR eretion and savings
BUSINESS NOW IN vf Ends unsightly drought
FULL SWING though not all of our stock (. 75% e". for rewtinemoinlenence full spots tailored to your specific needs r
has arrived because Gives you more leisure time
of slow transportation, ECO Infermotien oil:
However, you'll find most of mi tSTIMATtS. We will be glad to Check your prop
your painting erty or send us s sketch of your Isr dscape for estimate LIGHT ING
needs. Com in. Say 'hello'l WATERCONDITIONING
Mmtectvra kr MM tr M.U.IM r MMHM d TOao M"wKkifW(CwCTAUIJUAM I
CO. TROPIGASMaLoa
441 10th St. No. Ig
RYAN PAINT STORE Naples AH IRIAN 931.943 Fifth Ave., No., Naples Y
SystemsP Phone MI 25753I
937 4th AVE., N., NAPLES MI 2.3351 0 Boa 1091 Naples, Florida'

Phone MI 12.7442 Call MI 2.3422


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1. 000' to POP 4 17 t. 11.2 lit 01 OWN 01 IWN 0' OWN 01 NEM. 01 OWN. IS .2 33 1 Paul F. M.lon. I.'S I.4S7 Lao it fem 0 Oman D. 4
I.. 410' [. of HW Co ofNWN 1 Wit 01 fEN. 01 OWN 01 William V.SWw. 1113 EI/S 01 NN' 01 5E04ofMENof \ Diana Rodman SOS
01 NWN. Run 5. US'. I II II 10 luroh.. 2.04 OWN. 15 II 33 I Paul E. Prlch.rd 2.05Old. II4U Lot IS Ilk tCHOKOLOSKEE
w. 100'. 0 75'. E. U'. .. US'. 1191 01 SON 01 SOWN 01 John .. MnosNNWM E\Io 01 W 1/1 01 IN 01 SENof PB I-2* 17
[. 4U'. N liS'. w. 10$', N. It'3U 11 II II 1 01 ua ''US HIlt 01 OWN II .2 33 I Carl Washington III 11171 Part Lot Dm, In DB 1'25* II U 2*
150' 210' Se I 47 n 21 c. S. H.dl.1I lot 1242 Wit oNWN. 01 HEN 01II' Franklin V. Lot I Dot In DB I2M Ex*.. Angler Motel' 4
1St N. 'i50W't. a 5 03 Ft. 01 W. 11 II II K.n".lh Gur.1I IIS 1172 NI14 ollE'4 0111.. 15 It 33 10 Klllchho 101 Hwy 4 OR II 200 lots, *x Boil Dock Ine. S3S.S3Mtlvln
ft. 01 HI4 01 NWN. .1 Ctrl l. 4 Ads 251 E\Io of OWN of 11'401 SON 11 II 11 1 Iidt Ed labor 1.15 tl9I NWN. 01 NE" 01 IE" 17 II 33 10 R. O. Smith .... captMme 'In OR *4.414'411 11.. 10I1M1
HW' I 47 II I M. W..hl".lon 71.34 1151 HI' 01 HE" 01 HWI4I 1 Wilbur W. 521014 01 HIto 01 II" 01 MEN" LI Loreneof Lot 0... In NWH ef OWN. Brown IS.12Charll
.64 55 Ft K 370 Ft. I :,1Nc;,. I HWW.ol. NW" 01 NON 11.1 11 2Plummer' N u. 11.72 OEM 20 It 33 214 J. Jamn U' Det In DB7.120 C. C. Rcdt II II 30
of NWN of NE : Willisin, I. loin. Illt 114 01 OWN. 01 HI" 01 .291 .It 01 .It of NW\4\ 01 SNof BONDURANT PillS 4 Mthala
D... I" 01. U 213 loss It/W I 47" I w.b.r.t ux 21.00 NON 12 II II 1 Honchal' O. Slabs 119 IE" 20 12 33 U Ray H. Mayer 3.31 Richard 2944

tiS h. 745' W. 1 HO" 1 01 HE 1211 OWN. 01 NON 01 II" II" 11 10 E. J..r" Kam.n 0.91 11707 Lot I Blk, A Jam** Henry
Co, 0NWN. for POP Run Edward H. 1310 OWN of NW' of OWN 112 33 10 r.b.lrM'.n'o.: 7." 3107
Th.nu O 200'. I. .5'. N. W"' I. 4 HI.n 3311 U. 01 NWN. .1 NE" 13 II II 10 I..r' 19161x1 0,. Po..11 M.rloll I170t Lot I Ilk A Chlril* 4 Mahal
01,15S
100'. W. SO' to POI 4 47 II I l.n.b.r, OWN 01 NON. o/ OWN. 13.. II 10 Ella I. Craig, 154 1314 HW'" of OWN. 01 OWN 11 12 N 10 batty 7." Rcherds 211
I Ac. InW. Cor .1 04 01HW" NWN of SON OWN OIU II II 10 Ella S. Craig" 6,91 1311 SOWN 01 OWN 01 1171 Lot It 120 Ilk A Chrll 4 Mahal
01 HI" 01 NWN. Du. :m All Loss NN :, NWN ME04N\ IS It 31 S Iamual ONgul, 1.71.3t1 Richard 031
III 01. .3QZ I 47 2. I I. L. Johnson J,. 1311HI I NWN. 01 HW". 1\10 01 HW" Murray Drucsof NN .f NWI4 01 U'" oMEN / 11727 Lots 2* 4 30 Ilk A Archie Mitchell 12111Alphonto
h. .t U C., 01 NEN. ofNE4 NWN. 01 SOWN. 15 11 II UO Tr un' 21 II 33 O Mchul 'Inch.1I 4.11 11735 Lot II 4 12 Ilk' B
01 SWN.. Run W. 265' I Murray OrucoU17 1417 E 1/' 01 .It 01 MEN" 01 lit ADD BONDURANT PB 1.11 Campbell 4. lLoutlli
for POP H 100' W ISO' Jo..ph Martin ALL ZZ 91 11..0 1r. nUl It 31 1 John T, Kays 2SS 11740 Lot U WilMK 4IISunitt
100' E. ISO' to POP1 II Thomas .t ux t7.11 Dominick .34 =:"OlOlNIl..14I 01 HW'" 0121 Capt. William I 0074La 2*
101. OWN oNEM oSWN/ Loss J D. I Irene .71 040NN 01 SON. 0111141 01 IE" II .1 11 S C.I".no.t u. 115 OWN 2. It 33 I. Jones 1.\1 CARSON SUBO F2.10 Rial
N. 30 Ft for "/W I 10 10 Psndarvis 0499 1\10 01 SON oSEN ofof 1131 ON 01 MEN .1 SEN. 01 G.n.". o.NWM Est. Co. 15.04Ismsol
ION .. 031 ft. 01 H 10JJ ft. 01 Curt, L. P Ada M IEN. 4 SN 01 OWN 01 D."ld I.II' 13 It II K..y 4 75 1105 Lot 1 4 4 Ilk I QartaIlllt
t.0i
W. KI 0'. of NEN: Df 034. f 47 It 445 Wnhln.lon 74)7 01 OEM ZS1 .1 10 H.rdln..t ua 1.14 9041 504 ft' NEM of NI'I/o nun n -- .....h..' {)aNEN huk1.71 M ux 41Jo .O2CARSON'S
IOU i: 's. ;i: jii S. 3Z0' DI W. rro y D.uuISOO -. --- 'Mi ON l" WI4' of SEN oln ihn-; '. 11101 lot 0 Ilk 0
01HWIi 27 II 31 NO .n II 12 13 i US ADD P' 1.13
l71 Fl 01 NE4. 01 HW' ALL Oou..I..t u. M Loi.no
I 47 It I I. M. K..II N U. 11,11 S601 Hit DI U'" 01 OWN. ofNWN .547 ON of MEN" 01 IE'" 01 MEN et ux 2313
IOU E 1/1 .f Wilt 01 Nit 01 Hit Wilson Wryalsof J II 32 0 Nick I."ovlch 131.1'1! INM. 01 NWN. 01 SENof Lot I Ilk 7 Charlie 4 Mhil
Elt .1 HW14 01 HE" 17 It I .t ua 1001 1111 Hit 01 NW" 01 NW" 01 Lout (Sadio MEN 31 12 31 10 Mlch..1 nch.1I, II1S57 Rtcharde U.>'
10. Hit 01 EI4 of W16 01 NWMof 031IIN OEM. 4 54 32 0 a u. EM: 01 OWN of OWN. II II II 20 John ,,... 11.12 IIS2I Lot 18 Ilk 7 ....'.h MaeColtmtn
HI" S7 It 5 C. L. I'.chbur" Joan Pout ISIt Hit 01 MEN 01 NON ofNWN I*.90
NIoI 01 HW" 01 HI..... NENof IUl NEW 01 SEWN 01 'E" I 01 U 00 Ch.rbo".u 1 9,. JI 12 IS 1 John O. RuOIOO 4.71ISts 11131 Lot 11 Sib< S '
1
HWI/o. H16 eNWM 01 16M H" .1 NEN. 01 REM 01 eYStl4 I Ii 'E" 01 II" .1 NW' II II n 10 Ralph Mu.hling 1.54 MONIIHodgo: 1114. .
IN 01 HW" NWN. .r I N II 0 Andro Jncas :p! 96IIWN 01 11ai41tOfINU 01 Oswald Frenkltn, 3 .1141 Lot. 14 Bit r3 W l Tommio..I: .MinnieMauay1 '
:'WI ": 1/. U t.1I0 Murray. Dru''SUIIH. I i t. p r allE t 1691, OEM 12 34 Z.Moines 3.31 T' 71."

IEIoI 01 IWN. 01 IWW.. H16 01" '76' IEN 01 NWtOf HW" I01 U 10 Inyd.r 01 .711. 'E" .1 II" 01 MEN 01 Marvuy A. 11M' lot IS Ilk 1
.1EW.. oOWN. 4. OWN. 01 I.I.nd N.pfu t 6161 NON N SON. 01 NW" 1St It 10 Jamn I.nt..a LOtn HW" 12 12 30.9 Marshall 1.34I7U EDEN PARK PS02 Earl A.
lIE .. I' U 2..0 Corp U76) 3 MEN .1 9004 01 HW14 01 SummtrtlllMont S422
141. All Las 1. 100' for Cnal' .771 NW'4 01 SOWN 01 HEN. M 01 It 10 S.ntamarla' .... MEN II 12 3ON .rjorl. Banchlin 1.34III 1141 Lot 11 Ilk I Rogot U.GLEHHDALE .
It/W I' U 21.21 Ambruos Inc 1,15211 1171 N" 01 OWN 01 HW" of Josaph : FINN DI MEN .f OWN ofSEN 11152 Lot 22 Ill' 1
1461 IE" 01 OWN. 4 .It 01 II" Murray MEN. 0OI It 0 '.",.", .rl. 4."! 192 II 2Donnie a. Arnold 1.31 PB t.102 Cecil C. 4. Mary
Less .. 100' for Canal It/W tz U 2. 10. D.uu Tr. 1122 .77. NWN. 01 OWN 01 NEN. 14 SI U 10 Janie. Suntam.rla 1.2'. 10011 Nit .1 MEN 01 NW' 01 Btitrlc
15U I. US' 01 IE'4 oNEN. ofNW4 Edward C. OWN. Hit 01 OWN 01 MEN. Oralngar I 111.01
301 27 501 Dort .. Z...,., 154 11.0 OWN. 01 NEN 01 U" IS 54 It 10 Jr. O.4. 01 OWN. HW" 01 MEN 01 mil lots 1 1 0
i 1100 .It 01 SWM. 01 HW" 01 Michael OWN U II 34 20 Ralph, I. Ourdlll 12.92IN5 PINE DROVE P' 1.104 i Willi.IUU .
OWN. U 11 0 1 Mch..1 'Inch.1I 414 6141 OWN 01 OWN 01 fEN II SI II 10 It"hln4 .t u. I/1. $ ON .1 'E\4 .1 HW14 01 WII.rd, T. M""stroile'r' 171
till lit 01 'E" 01 SWN. 01 IWN. 371 II 5 Mch..1 lnch.1I 4 .4 Board .1 Trade HE'" 31 II II 1 Loral1. ot u. 4,76Sarbary Lot I
1131 .It 01 OIN 01 SEN 01 'E" U .. n 1 Mcha.l, hncftok4, 6051 .14 01 SOWN. 701 It 04 Ino. 1..7 GAIN LINE .UIO P' I." C.rl L. 4 Ad* M
17S. WI4 01 OWN. 01 IWN. 01 Marry Fishy .91 UI4I 01 HW' 01.1.. 15 II U 10 L..r."c. ,. Hart 7.1. 10070 lots 1. I. 0 1. I I II 11111 10 Coast ''nc. 052,90Oarbary Washington .4S7
HW' 15 0 10 I N ux 1103 R.... O..orJlII Coast 12241 Lot I 4 I Exe W. 10 Blk t Ran Ball MtMn 14 MFloritll

11)0 HI" 01 SEN. 01 SWN. 01 John A. Yule )' NON 01 NWN. 01 OWN 3N U 10 01 ua ,... 10071 lot I 0 II 2. 2US 'Inc 13.12 U265 Lot 11111 4 Jones SIM
IWN. 115 n ZI 01 u. 054 Nude C"lOr IRanao Barbary Coast 2270 Lot 10 4 II Ilk 4 Thad R. 4 Annl
1112 Wit 01 OWN 01 .1. 01'Ww. / O. ,..,., 10071 lot S 3 II II 31.15 ''nc. IUD J. Ponds S.7JJttut
.1 6Wf1. II 4t 2S U' I. P. HOtrI 70Z 6970 NW' 0111.. 01 fEN. 301 It 10 N .1 751 Barbary Cast 12211 Lot S Ilk I Lope
William 4. 7001 NM 01 MEN 01 II" 01 10010 lot 10 3 II 21 6304 ''nc. 2121larbary Ftt mot tt ux 101II
2011 NN 01 HI" oSE;.4 251 II lO Gloria. O'K..I. illS OWN. 01 SIN I .1 U IM William, Mot. SO! Coast 1224 Lot 12 Blk I Gilbert, SUIIwerthet
Chartos Ro...n20U 700. I' of MEN. 01 BEN 01 A".n. 10011 lot 11 3 II 21 4'.1 'no 1S.7t et UN 4 91
WN oIEN. 3/ /5 2it I Tru".1 A'' nUl OWN 01 11141 I II U IN. Mcr.h' of' US, IOIU 100 K 375' I III OR I. '.1. lot 11 OIh 0 p J. Hathcock 1112Alphonto
2)01 Wit 01 NN 01 IN .1 HI4 01 Stands I. FoutUlt 070 OWN. 01 HW" 01 NESS 01 Edward E. Known as lot 7. Cape Ro .rllorll Coast 12)00 Lot 2. Ilk S 4 Cora
$E4 Loss 4' 27 / .1.' U' MEN 20 SI U lit Bartholomew 1.7. 'nano 3 II 21 Inc 1000Sarbary M. Campbell S422Ellth.
:: : SN of ON Vi 5101' 'tz 7107 NM oNWN 01 'E" 01 M/I.t. M..rop Co..t I IU" Lot 7 Ilh 0 M.r.ll J,. 21.ISJtmtt
ON 01 i5N ins, W. 35 ft. tz 4t 27 I Norman Posson. .04IU. 0154 II .1 U 0 G. Boyaltn,7!, 1011. 0" lH72 4 171 3 II 210 ''nc. 7017 12SU Lot 17 Ilh 0 H. LewIs
Elt 01 IN 01 H16 .1 Nih 01 land Miff.IN 7134 NOM. 01 HE" 01 HW" 01 M.'II. L. ...b.11 Cast tt ux M'7J
01 HE" loss I. 35 ft. 231 27 0 works use. .04UII HWIIt 21 .1 13 lito McMahan 1.7471U IOIU lot I 4 .10 10 II 21172.1. Inc. 110.11 lUll Lot II Ilk S T. Gaunt
EN of Hit 01 .It 01 ND 01 lond Mitt.SM NON. 01 HW" .1 .1. 01 10131 Lots 1. Z 4 I Lost C... ROo Sarbary Co..t Farm Ine 4.MJ
01 NE' Loss I. n ft. 215 27 1 works Ino. .042U. NEW. 21 61 U lit Victor Natty.,1.I mono Lots 11 II 21 7.1 Inc. 1312 12117 Lot 21 Ilk S T. Daunt

IN 01 SEN. of NWN. 01 W.It.r 0NW4 717' NN 01 NIto 01 IEI4I 01 HW" l.nln, W. 10331 1\10 01 NWN. 4 MEN. 4 NM Thu 'oulhc.ntI Farm Inc, I tlE
711 t7 1 lorohol" Tr. /4 01 OWN 20I J3 lito Pftt.r 3,31 I OWN. 4. MM 01 II" I II 31 4.0 Consl. Co. HON 1U1. Las IHS 51k .

7100 H ..IS' 01 W. ISO' 01 .It of Wilham I.HI" 7171 OWN 01 OWN 01 OWN I Hit 10315 All Luss all Parculs, cold b. The Soulhco..tI MILLERS PARK P' 110 P
0111W. 01 NW" 2H 27 ,II 'o."lh .t, u. I.n ofN 01 .1.. 01 OWN. .1 Julian II 31 m Cnst Co. 11.90 Frltchey IS."
'un oNEM: Df 111/0 01 HI" 14 /9 27 Cu.uds J. Colhron 414 SWN 2SI n IS Roberts J,. 1.13,I 10365 EN f'IlEli.. 1',3HW" 01' Fardmand A. 12141 -Lot--- J. t, 10 Blk I
;,;1 1olNVil.cil NEN. of nil NH of MEN of MEN. of OWN I 13 JZ I PI.tto" '..rIIOJ70 E. u. Frltchtyet 3113
1116 ho. W. SO '1. 14 I' 27 1 Rose M. Wtntor .04 NWH NH Of NWH Of NWHel WN 01 IE" 01 MEN 01 12141 Lot II to 21 Blk 2 M.
1512 OM oNWN. 01 NEN ofSEN MEN NH ol SEH. olNWH OWN. 3 U 31 1 Frank Salvo.7'' Carlashingtee 4011
hc. W. 30 ft. 210 17 1 Rose N Winters .04 ol NWH SH of SEHOl 10399 All loss ill P....,. sold b.. South Cast 12312 Let 7. Ilk 4 W
753SEN of OWlS. olU'" 24 4. 210 J T. Walker 163 NWH ol NWH. NH ol lore April 1. 1913 0 II JZ liS CO".t. Co. 1216INIi CarmoE 9177
751WN of EI4 01 NEN. 01 NWN. John 4N MEN ol SEH ol NWH. NHol {EN 01 OWN 01 11\4 6 II JZ 10 Jamn Shoce .... lUll Lot 17 4 II Blk I Tony P. Frltchey'
SEN. 219 t7 703 Caroha C.h. 1.74 NWH. of OWN ef MEN INII EM 01 OWN\ 01 IE" ofSEN 1407
'llll Wit 01 SEN. 01 HE" ofSWN NH el OWN. el SEH olNWH 1 II 31 0 Anthony CucNno1: lUll Lot 11 Sib I 01 joe ua w. 4 Viola
and IN oSEN. 01 Lucili. A SH el OWN elSEHolNWH 10420 All lost all pareulo' sold b. South oast 1104
HI" 01 IW'4 309 17 10 And."n 103 S* of NEH of NWHol fore April I. 1963 II JZ 110 Con.t. Co. 132i 12400 Lot ( 17 Ilk S C. Smithjo SmithE'
W.
22 21 Ilk I Lm R/W *
Th. loulhcont 12401 LoIs 24
2721 Wit 01 HIIII 01 IE" 01 LUClII. A. OWN SH of OWN el 1211)
OWN. 30 4. 17 'And..on /1 MEN el OWN.. SH ef NWHel 10441 ALL 11 U JZ"O Con.t. Co. Inc. "I'S In OR 111 121 .
273. Wit 01 IWI4I 01 'E" .1 L.o MartinSWN SEH. oOWN. SH el Fit, Rt.l 10450 Wilt of Sic lying N. 01 Tem.Tr. P. Fritchyet 1)12
30 f9 17 1 .1 ua 114 OWN el OWN. ol SEH. SH Etttt DtvOl Lets HW\4\ 01 NW4. 01 Th. South Coat 12402 Lot itJS Sib' I ux
27)5 Wit 01 HE" oNWN. 01 Norman WIonIE" SWH. Ol OWN ol OWN I II 14 II Corp. U'. NW' 14 II J2 CO""t. Co. U 0)lOll. 12401 Lids 17'II Ilk I Lm R/W In 0"E.. P. rntchey 1442)
309 t7 0 01 ua I" 7111 NH Ol MEN. ol NWH. olNWH Nit 01 OWN 01 OWN. 01 Wtlhsm J. I. 11147NEW .
1710 EN 01 HW" 01 OWN 01 Louis G MII.r, NH ol MEN ol MEN OWN. I II 31 1 Slocum, 4.11! MARKET PS I 104 Edwls. L.
HW" J1 0 17 f .1 ua /S ol NEH. SH el NEH of 10417 All Ins ell parcels told b.. The Ioulhco..t10SOl 331
J. Lawr.ncs NEH of NEH. NH Ol NWHel for. April 1, 1961 U II m Co I"c. UI SO 12407 All loll 1. Ilk I Wheeler Davis 0/ t12411 /
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01'
IJI7 IN 01 HE" 01 N4 I 19 34 20 K.illI 11.11 SEH el NEH NH elNEH EN IEN Of MEN 12401 Lot I Sib I 1 P,. FrltchtyCtcll 2132
M... Char1.1 ef NCH ef SEH, SHol MEN. II II 1 Jo..ph E. Ousrcie.1' Lot I Blk, t E

1390 HW" 01 .114 01 OWN I" II 10 G..I.ld, IN. NEH ol lIEN el IWHSM 10524 514 01 IEN. lost Folnl Pave. E. Gr.lngrit 741
,. I of MEN el ICON. olSEH Wit 01 NW1O 01 SON. ofSEN. 12451 Lot t Ilk' II24SI ux .
C Oralngaret
Cecil
un .It 01 IE' 01 IE" I II II 20 Thomas L. Webb II U N of SEH of NWHol EVI 01 MEN. of OWN 7tllMtrfB
3464 01 6WK ofEN 01 SEH SH of SON ol 01 11'4.10 of .W... AWN. lot/Ilk/ ux 4Cecil
OWN 21 N 3. f Louse P."n I 11. SOWN el of SEH 01 IW\4. Elt 01 NON 01 I.77
00' 1o 1W.il': NH Ol "1. RualNEN 12411 Lot S 4 I* Ilk' SI2S4S Grilngar
137' ol NWH
JlIJ P.rco'' II' X Bag AWN .1 IWW.. EM of MEN w. Bpew"
/ and 171' E 01 HW Car of Richard H. I ol SCH ol SON. SH Etttt Dtvol 01 IWW. lit 01 OWN. 01 : 7..0
.notion, U U .0 25 Oaa o..n..nd 101 HEN. of SEH ol SCH I" 3N Corp. 312... MEN. of OWN. f U II 110 Col."d Corp 421 I 12471 Lo1. I 4 11 Ilk IZ 01 T.. 111
1549 HI' L... I. 100 ft. 1 H 10 717S IH ol NH of SEH ol *'.". MIEN 10521 NWN.. EM oMEN. 01 NWM. USII L. I Ilk' 17 J.foot Mays..
ft. 1 SO 2IS? 0 Clrcl. Four Inc. 17511 ol OWN 7 II 3ill Turar 33 of IWIIt. NWN .1 HEIII ofOWN. 1 Florid Ine' 4 IIMarlon
Jackson W. 7402 NH of AWN. of NWH. of W\Io 01 OWN 01 MEN lot II Ilk' 21I2S7I Ltlawr 4 IIJama
366. NEN of NWN S SO 210 Ru.ch".n.'ua ISU NWH NH Of OWN ol NWH. 01 OWN Wit 01 HI4 of SEN.NEM Lot 11 Ilk 2712SII D. Thomat 14.07Htnry
*
170' OWM 01 IEI4I 01 HW' 01 Robert W. Moths Of SOWN NH Of SEH olNWH .. Elt 01 H" of SEN.M Lot 21 22 4 23 Ilk 2 Saxonat
NW" II 10 2. 2. Jr M ua .7J3UO ol NWH. NH Ol OEM [ 01 MEN 01 OWN NSEN. 422IN
I. .10 Ft 01 lit 01 NN 01 G.rlld 4NN of MEN. of NWH. SH of WN 01 NWM. 01 11110 South Cast I2MI 1 Lot 17 4 II Sib I* ux 4
01 NEN. ollW" I' SO 2. 31t Myrtle Ch....' 1141IIOJ NWH Ol SEH Of NWH NH 01 II" 1 II II no Cons' Co. Inc 1211! w. L. DorothyCrawford

OWN. 01 IEI4I 01 HW' 0 10 27 10 Oortruds Stupor, its) of SEH ol OWN ol NWHNH .. 10511 All tin EN 01 NW" ofOWN 1211 Lot I Ill 13 Larry MBlock .
John F Ol NWH ol MEN elSWH MEN. South CNN
01 NWW. Wit 01 .
.
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3974 N 110 Ac. 01 II' 1 to JI 110 McCoul.1I 1101, SH el NWH of MEN 01 OWN. 01 HW" I II 13 630 Con.l. Co. 21111 12134 Lot 1.Ilk 11 Cellar 0.".
3UO NEI4I 01 NWN. and NWN. 01 R. L. 01 SWH SH ol NWH ol South Cast
I 10 II 111. Tr 4041 MEN Con.l. Co 213 41 1242 Lot 11 Blk II Corp 147
HI' Jlcklon NWIIt 01 OWN NIto .f 10UO ALL 7 II 11..0 ,
w. w. 4 Oil .
ION H..f.It 01 5WN 01 HW" Mildrdof 01 OWN 01 OWN. /N of Fla. A.af, 10517 N. 1211' of S 105' oW. Atienta, Mori.
201 27 B'k' ISI2M Mi* ClintonC 171
NWN. II 00 31 2E CO"ltt. .14 MEN 01 OWN oOWN.. 5t Estate D.", 305" 'if 0. 1320' o1 OWN 13 II ... Corp 12171 Lot L. 4. 'Ins L
01 WI4I 01 HW" 01 Rabsrt L J. of OEM. 01 OWN of OWN II It 300 Corp 3171 10517 N. 3705' 01 I 23190''' 01 W. Atlantic Mort. lisa
1011NIto N Let 1720 Blk 40I2IN JohntonCrnett
1SO J1 1 Quinn I 12Ulrlth 7.01 N" oSEN 01 NW" oNEN. / '. 1101' 01 I. UZU' 01 U. I II 31 PC Corp. LJohnton .
W'h.,' ", J IN 01 II" of HW" Nort.
1052N 12. 01 S.0' 01 W. Atlantic 12 00Erna
Lot tl II Ilk' 40
1t00 OWN 01 NEM .1 NEN. II 10 JI 10 111 of HEIt. ON 01 MEN of Z'Z' of E. 34Z' 1 II II .77 Corp 5.31. ( L. John_

1t41 HII4I 01 OWN 01 HWI/o 100 J1 10 L.roll Layna .t ua 111203 OWN. 01 MEN. NM 01 IENN 104. H. 125. .1 1, 114' 01 NWN. AII."te, Mo" 12MI Undivided Sib' 42 Jr. M ux 1121Chtrltt
/ Hit 01 NWN. 01 IWN 01HWI4I OWN 01 HEN. Nit of lass w. 70' 4 loss E UlI' 1 II II .70 Corp. US10UO C. Wlllil
I 10 U Will,.", Row 111 NON .1 HW' 01 .1.4. .11I P.
N. 12. oS.. 154' of W. J05' Florence 12727 Lot I Sib' 44 and Vacated RR jdjolnlng Jr et ux 171 41Charle
4114 Hit 01 SWN Of 5EN ofNWN eNEN 01 NW\4 of IEN.NM o1960' .f HW" 1 II II .10 S411r 1.14 1217Lae I Ill ... end V.COleel Itlt adlamng C.
I to U I Wtlum, Row 1.1t 01 II' of MEN of 10101 W. 70' of .. 13.' .f H. lU"' LOll I 1. I Willis' J,. Illl
.470 NN 01 NWN. 01 1E'4 NNWN 5(4. .It oNEN .f OWN 01 I. 114' 1 03 II ..1Josuplt Cole 171 12710 Lot 4 4 S Ilk 4* 4. Vtl R R. SI lying E, Carl L. 4 AdaM
7 10 U 1 HIOU Fan 100 Hoo 111 oSEN.. IN oNN ofOIN 1010. H UI S' .1 .. 1t3' .1 W. 141' Atlantis Mort. .I Lots 441. Washington Illl
<<,,.Th"11 01 II.... .It 01 ION Roslof 10
1. oE 2310' NI / U U .41 Cop 12711 Lot 11 Bik' 4* Carl Wiihmgton M 71
4611 NEW 01 NEW 01 HW' U 10 32 10 T.. Corp. 174 HIIIo 01 IE" Hit 01 Estate 0.". 10721 E. 712' of S. ::,. : N. 117'" C. L. Johnson
INIIN 01 IE' 01 IW'4 U SO U 10 Alb.rt Q. Nurtog 101111 MON 01 OWN of SEN. 12.1 3. IS SOItm loss I. 70' 1 II II 132 I.r'.'. IC.II...." 111 1271S Let II Ilk' 50 Jr. et ux 1111
Hit 01 IEI4I 01 HW" ofIWN of SOWN oH N IS It J4 10 Pali H......'.. .4 1072. N .S S' 01 .. Uti' .1 I. 210' AII.n" Mort. Cmeat L.
N16 01 $03 01 IEN. 01HWIII NM'o SOWN oMEN of 01 W. 41' if .NWN II II .1 Cor. 126 12717 Loll 412 Ilk' II Johnson II ||
of OWN.. NN of OWN. 0014 II II JI 1 w"' C. No.lI.oI 4 IS'U' W. 111. el S Z9O. i. Mort. 12747 Lots "U I'll III C. L. Johnson 114
01 'E'4 01 .W... NW 01HII4I H\Io 01 OWN .1 NON ofSON 0720of 3Nwoff 1 II II In CaAtlantrp. 04 Joe T. 4 Ollvie
.f U" 01 IW.... Hit 111 14 I Allreel 0 a.udnl, 111 10731 I. 730' 01 W. 194' .1 N. "U.n'C Mo". 117. lots L 7 4 I Ilh 12 ".yn. 77 71
01 SWN.. .1 NWN. oSEN. 7411 1.11I 01 OWN. 01 II" 4 Cath.rins I.U"' eS 117. II 31 10 10 Cor. II 12 1171l Las 11.31 Ilk' It Carl! Withingten 102 71
51 of OWN 01 HW" 01 SEN. Wit 01 SON .1 fEN I11 JI.O 'Ion..t.' 1171 10732 S. 1921' L ef 12035 0' N.Of Ctrl LWithington.
lit 01 OWN. o// OWN. of .IW.. 7.,7 I" 01 NWN. 01 HW" 01 OW Cor of w.m ., Run E.: Lots 32I, 'Ib 17 IICrnett
Hit 01 .1. 01 HWIIo NION. OWN 4 SWN 01 NW' 01 : 25r, 1m: Lots /2.4L IIu L. Johnton II.71
IN 01 II" 01 NWNof OWN I Hili 01 MOON 01 William' : : :: nll.W.. 203' :. AII.nl' Mort. Collier Development

SEN. SN 01 MEN. of OWN OWN. 01 OWN 2OI 34 to Zimmerman it u. II II7..J POI 1 II U 111 Corp. 111 1277. tat 1 1 .. IIM' 4 Carp 2t 14
N !EN 21 SO It 47.' Allu Company 17.10I7tJ 514 of .11I 01 MEN oNWN AII.n Nof 10731 N 00 S' .1 E. '74' .1 .. Atlantic Mort. PROD WNIDDN5UID.' PI 1.31
Hit 01 NN 01 NII4 01 NWN.. II W.. 21 II 34 111I Cal/0.r' ua 7J101 / 1312. 01 NEN 1 II II .., Cor. 114

NIoI 01 IWN 01 NON 01NEI4I. NWN N OWN. 01 MEN. ofl I lea Ellin 10734 W 303'f. E. 179' 01 H. Atlantis Mort. II1073S 12121 Lots L t. 22 4 23. Ilk' I Lo.R.l.pgZalmO III II
NN oIEN of IWNN OWN II 34 f.e Enerat 171 047' of .. 1.13 7' II II ... Co,.. I Lassie
NIN.. SN 01 HWI4 01 Golden Pn., 7.11 II" 01 NWM. 01 OWN. 01 WI" Ell W. SlS' 01 a. 1..4' 01 H. N 1' A/lasti4 Mort. 1241 Lot I 1921 Blk 4 Mtrrtlten' 2173V
NWNof SEN II It N n O.op."t, C.. 11.11 1114 31 .1 3' I. TII.' 1.71 of 1 tlZ. I' 1 II II ,.0Carp.. 14 JOYCE PARK PB 111
4.14 Hit 01 OWN. 01 HW" of GIO',. T. Adams '40 II' .1 .1. .f Owls .f Mario. Grins 1071. E 120" of W. 1254' .f H. All..". "'ort.US" I2MI Lot. IlL Ilk A 4* C. Smith M241
NEW 2. It I' 1 01 u. '.1' HII\ 14 II J4 21t .t ua UI 01 .. "I a' .1 OWN 1 II II 01 Cor,. 125 Carl L 4 AdaWithingtwi

0140N 01 OWN of NON 7117 fEN 01 IEN. 01 OWN 01 10737 W. 010' 01 SN .' 01 U.. I2M2 Lot H25. Ilk A 42 M
0111 U S Charfn ".", lIor. I." 14 114 214 T. .t 210Wm NS W.
OWN It OEM Long ua 1 UI I' .. 05' 01 Mort. I2M3 Let 232. Blk A Viola C. Smith 17 41Viola
IIN NN N HIlt of II" 0111 ,." T. l.roIJ 3200045014\ 4 I. IS' 01 .. Allant.S 1111 12144 Lot U. B .
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James CI.rll II 3310 5Cero.
5EN. II It 1 W".y' 0.Oowmn 7" .1 OWN I 1244 Lot 34. SIN vista C. Smith 111Vwla

Ifs ::..01 NEN 01- Qa't. 0127 It U f J.cll A. "obltl" if 'W., Wm, 0.Nan. 1073.. Si Cor.1341' w.Run.f N.4 '0375'11' H. I.01II 1244 Lot 1*. Blk. A C. Swum 17 21

4111 HII4 of SW114f NON I ,SO It II Mary Wacht.r INv 103 lot 7 14 01 II I Any Smith 135 .. Atlonte Mort.
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Irn' W. Crag 1121Jo. I .. N
2.011 lets 1.1 1111 17 I. MontgomeryK.nnHh
COLLIER COUNTY NEWS NAPLES GROVE: L TRUCK .. Once, Martin 10101 Lot IL Ilk A
CO. LITTLE FARM NO, 2IS HarneedN IIIDr GOLDEN SHORES I5 1-11 ...
2UII Lot II Ilk II
..,7 W. g. "roytll Albol1OlUll McConko .....

PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE N U. 11 II Lot I' IIb II Morln'l Aro" S 01 In.7 Lot 17 Dr O.n.oI
host W. 113 0. Lot 12 Jose Oscar M.rtl" Ihanahon 300
PI N. U. Lot Ho'n.n..I. .. Lof N
17171 I. .t 132to 19011
-. I"/ II of W. l/ Lot 2U3I lUll Lot Lets23 I' Sib "k II II CMr/. W f opo 1.11W. INDUSTRIAL ADDITION PI 101 Jolin A. Pulling 444tNI

P05. E. 54 44' 1 U7.n't. KIM Goo"o117.n' ... H. S Ethel: 1101. A La I
I S LI Lot 12. W. N N N. 1111 lUI7 loti 16 17 IIb 31 M. Jon.. I. IIlUI. SAKE FOREST REPLAY: ILK A 11 110 R. C. ...tn.r 1101

i to POI Jase.h Tllor..n Lot .I/ Sib 11 HOIk.1I Rector III Nt21 }! la 21, Sib A

I 1711. '71' of N. 110' .1 .1It II 10 II Wilber 'r. 2111 Lot .1 III' II .....n. Carli SOS LAKE FOREST PI I" HIlton Lea

Lot 13 Robert 1.UNt Cal F. Danials. at us 540.
I I I 0j 17130 N. 1S' 01 .. 110' eW. 100' WhNlcrates lI.n 24255 Lot I' Ilk 12 Newhoune DI 'SUI Lot 1. Ilk I T, S 1ranS

Lot William G.HW. S Lawrence W. S Leos Mont/omary 11.11

I I. 1 :1 Lot II bl 25" It 101'n II 10 II 10 Clara LN C.lon 1211157513ISY lU" Las II S N Itk II .. Psrhenn' 3111 115. Lot 17. SIb C P1 n

I t I 0 Cor Samuel huh George R. S LAKE MANOR w.... HN. [the!
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1 11 1 E ; L It IN''' In NW. C., Lot II 10 IS I .t YO 11101 '1U2I Lot II Ilk U. Katherine 14.n. 117 17 101 Jonas ILNLAKEW000
1 It N Clyd5 lUU Lot
oI h C i iud NAPLES PARK UNIT I PS 3.7 : PARK P' 115 .
o 'strks Charles H. Leroy C. Rltton
1717' N. 17.' of W. lID' .f I. 171' 1113 CObb at se 2072Oaere It Iw t II."
Verse 1157' Loti 2111 IIb1 :lib I V And
11 lots 1413 Ilk A VIol. C. {;'anal1, Lot 111 It..111M J. 2011/ lot I' Florence '"

i". Lot. I.E Ilk I Viol. C. Smith 311IZAt 1771. .. U5' el W. 100' .f I. 540' WhIle UONA"LU 215" Lot U Sib II Rehrng N I Jove M. Taylor 7.11

] Lot II Ilk I Viola C. 'mt" I2121 / Lot lit IMPROVEMENT: Fey S Selma 1011MOORINGS UNIT I PS III S 14
Lot. \1.11. Ilk I Viol. C. Smith 10 IIJo. l45.7 lets It S 11 Ilk 10 O'amas 1..1 Mary
CO. LITTLE FARMS PS H A. T. Oliver 1 Nlorralea Mrs.e.. Scant 144.21REPLAT
W. Smith. Joseph 14101 lei 11 Ilk 10 Mars La IS. eb I N
2171101 10. Ilk I It: Uo 116. 17.10 ;. 10' 01 Wl190'a/MIN II II It lmuml' ot U. 011 M. 70115 ILK 7 NAPLES GOLF i

]/.11 tote 61. Ilk C Veab C. 'mlt" 311SOUTH Lot 1..21 lams I. I S III Ilk H. OulOi 1111 REACH CLU' TRACT PS 171100M
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17.71 I. 100' of W. 1110' Taylor U M."o T
Lot. 13.15. Ilk C H.I.ft Ira
1110] Vwla C. 'mtll 17.U II 154 : Mont,0"13U7
7 I2117) / .
IMMOKALEE HOTS PI 321 12 11..0 Lot 17 Ilk II lane AtoNe Ilk 7 N
W. L. & Dorothy 11171 1:. 10' .1 W. 2200' .1 Sib tat! II II H.lon Taylor 1211at 7 Lot II 'Ik 13 R. L. E.Ias: 44 4002 55 15 NAPE[. HEIGHTS: REPLAY: 1131 .
WIIIi.'I.301n
1111I Lot. I. Ilk 1 C. Crawford N 17N.lh. 1:. !N' 01 IM 01 Lot WIn. I. 11 n rrechy uue 1312 ".It
Jackson 11173 W. 10' of 12 II II Sot.)' N a. 1..77 Lets 5131 Ilk 12 N Lot 1 110. Inc
21, '514 I 12 Arthur I.1111I Robert C.
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i2902rla It: Vor 201KMINOIE 1PI
] UNIT 5055IO160
U'D. "I 1.11 NAPLES MANOR 5.545 I 5 I Ilk II Ilenlasr. 4202 It N Lot II SchweikM.. ot..1i

]!9U Lot. 34.10 Ilk A Carl W""I..ton I1 .57 MIn5U 552 r1700 lets 17 & 2ILA II SIT NAIII: IMPROVEMENT: G0.
La S 41001.1 Inl, .701 Lot 3. Ilk II John R Hnge Jet S It143 P' II
INN Lr'H'i Harry E. Kr.),,, .13 LITTLE: FARMS
GTI PI I.ts 17.11 Lot I Ilk EIoION'II Arthur L11e1as 30191 Naples Imp Co Little Farms 111 I 111of
D.mpsoy 1 Rockw.1I $1ENAPLES lots .. 5 II S 10 'Ik II at 4002 ItlEarle II' Inl..t In Lot 44 S N .2 I' of

11.12 Lot I S !. Ilk I Wh,dd.n. Jr. 1111 11007 Lot I' S MANOR N" o. 2'ADO.PS Ilk. L. Jr. S 11.11 Lot 1S 12 S' of Lot 14 I xC. R/W. Mirtts. Scott .UI

Leon P.Thelma. & 14727 Late 012/ Ilk N Anne T. WIIII..1 NAPLES TERRACE PI 311
M. 1-67 S 5 Joshua James NAPLES PARK UNIT 5 "I 1.11 Leon A.Epstein.
IlOU' I52Nllburn 11711 LOll 11.11 'Ik II W. T. Cunningham 11.77 : Tr "II
Ilk 7
113 I.
]1992 ohri IJ. PI '.!21D11 Plunkett 11111 Lot 10 Ilk 1 E.IIlll 1.3&Hilburn 1410. Lot I. 7. 1 SIb II I. ... 1'1.1' 2/1,01 30201 Lot Leon A.Epstein 20.1'

, /meth .t u. Mod ".1. NOm.5041 ./ : Tr.
Lot
William I.: Lot 1 Ilk 11 I. 5 1..11 Lot 31 Ilk I' IM. 151 30207 111
UNIT tI
NI40 Lot 11. Ilk A Iowan Jr 12040 IS "..ISHilburn OYSTER: SAY
Irllla D. Smith Lot 21 IIb 17 Alice May Lang N 1:1i.b.tll:
Dayton Lot' 115 II I. Smith Timmons IS."
Lot U. Ilk I lI.u.llt. N u. 3Charba 11312 / 34 John S FlorenceMurillo 302.7 Lot 1OYSTER
N u. 51101 lot II II5 It N : SAY UNIT I "I 15J
Scott S It Ilk tna. / NTrl Allan 1 N Polar I. LI.b 17.11
11311 Lot IIII Trl.D tab// Lot 17 1151 Ida Oarbna 30320 Lot 21
Edna: Patten. 11315 Lot II "k .D. Inl. 1.10 ....
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!/ Ilk I M .N, OlPnpirllan / OYSTER lAY UNIT 5 PI
Lot 551NN
0I1 N .1 C.
11317 lot I/ Sib 11 UI leelu
2S0H Lot 11 I'k' q ml.
rRLINOTON TERRACE "I 344 NAPLES MANOR ANNEX" Robinson N .1rHIl1I
William T. S. V.vs 30360 Lot II
lot 1/ H.Daah Kirby' Imnh 5 311 11 1.110 James 101.11 INN Lot U I'll' II M. Rate .... n RUST DEVELOPMENT: : :

Stacks M. H. OsvsProp.rtin I 11
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AVALON nTATU UNIT I. "I 1.12
11601 Lot I "k 11 ... LN IS Run S Alg W line
tlU Lot 15. Ilk I Witting O. C..on 11 NAPLES MANOR LAKES 110' Lot 3IIb II C..IliLana. I. 30111' no'Fr NW E. Cot Par SEC 1'1: Lana lee for 115'. 5.Parv .

3116.Lot 37. Ilk I Lanes Thama P. I.n 11 "I 301 S O/ Mangera 2111. .. 60' Lots U SIiSIb55 Iuwn IIINI 1'1 Llno 121' W. Par. N Lina

In' (160NAPLES Mary Louise. 11.11' to POI Run ea'ly .1. A re with
III" Lot 42. Ilk I Whiebar. M u. N 05 Lot I Ilk I N' 1:. &
11110 "/ Lot /1 Ilk N I. .NH radi us )I' 0Nbr whisk it. IC

11 5 lE Ilk I J.ffIZ07 .. I' IIIIII TWIN LAKES .". C. /.....1-", j--....1 PO S. far 111'. IW'ly angle
Lot Lot II S 15. Ilk Joe Town..nd.labia u. ro 15 IS5 II D.nnl. R. S Opal 251. lob 2. 5 17 IIb II F rraank Paguns 11.. Par I dal 10 Min, I: to 1 with lane

I Joan '..und. ..... N. 1.1 IS 10. P/N to Ch.nn.I,
Ilk 1 It 30 I
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13130 Lot .WNeed. INS/ Lot S SIb I Ralp J Witllame II. 151/1 tom It Ilk N r.rnand.a Naval I SI117S NW'ty Non{ .. to I loses w/IN line
Lot IIk 1 wan. 1tS 5 Marilyn
13136 DIXiO. QUID. PS .... III" Lot Ilk N..poIlt.n Land'" : Las I. I. I. '. S S Ilk /t Gerald 1. Fyka U.072UII Ihreooh P05 Mr.r TP N. lino sec IS, W. W. 342.34LANTERN

E. C.. 11 Lot II Ilk N Oa.aid 1 Pyha E IIm E eI, SD lino 154' P/M to rob. E. Sorry

11351 Lol I Ilk P Ably H.rvay, It: U. 1131UISS 111'0 Lot NORTH II IIb NAPLES HIGHLANDS : : Lot 52 SIb I/ Gerald t fYbe 1trrw. LANE SECTIONPORT
Lob 10 t/ Ilk' 71 Reba) Martin ROYAL PI SIN
A. S .
HarveyE .
Mary "I 302 Rob.rt W. Taylor .... J. 5 11.,". I. Wm. n. Tracy
50LANTERN
Lot I 1111 P :. "blo 11.11 11131 1.11' Ik .. .t UI U'
PIN Si 1511/ Lot 13 SIb 71 I..nn.n' JOIII Lot U
I. P611
mil Lot 10. Ilk P laugh Dora lEt U. 104 5IAYVIEW 191'0 Las 1:1: ..c.con I 10 IS I W. 1. W.... IU U17. Lot .. Ilk 72 H. A. W..bou.II 1 II : LAKE ADDITION
UNIT PS 311 ROYAL PI III
: PARK PI U' PINE RIDGE "I 1.11 NAPLES PARK ORT Dr. I. H. Cl.user SOS?
lul.h D.nlord 10INS Samuel M. H. Davis 0732 Lot 75
11311 Lot Pauline Tucll 1.10 tncl. Ilk 31 Ins II LAKE PS In
Johnnie SM.r1M 1t1M Lot I Ilk A Mro. Laulea I54U Leos 1to 21 Stow ':. Mary' "I RIDGE Stanley" W. SMargarita
15 Knnoll 111 H.
/ Lot ...1L.
Marian. C. A 'ach..7 2541/ LOll 2121 Ilk .1 Amen, 21 IIRoomorl. 111.11
/ 171IfROOK1tDE ItlII Lot I IIb Ellis: S 0135 Lot U. Ilk I Whl"

11127 Lot 5K'IDE UNIT 1.PI 1-71 Hann.dy 19901 Lot 1 .Ik A Silty Regara John 521Jae.ph 1517' Lot U alb U Colo.nll'C. S .. RIVER' PARK lAST PSN S6 Robert Sutler


I. Ilk A I.lyas. It W.: U. 1111 IIb 5ornschaln N 1: 1557. Lot 31 Ilk U James Chsrl.ne' Slake ItKelllorin. !1011 Lot I Ilk IV .t u. t1/0

11110 Joseph Hob.rt :;m Lot Lot \ SIb Cc E. P, r. 1011 W. ROYAL HAIIIOR UNIT 1 "I III MOCaugMrty3315E

INN Lot 1. Ilk A Nobla. .t U. III 41a PINE RIDGE: I.F..Q.H"II 25MI Lot tat alb t/ Wilton' 5Co. 1111
David D'"n"nn13m uln Lot /1 Ilk ,. Curt Lent IN W. 31' Lot U S All Lot U Ilk 0

Lot 10. Ilk I sac 41.12 151 Devil S J..nn.20Kl 2315 1511' Lot U Sib 7. Iruca L. Nllion IN ROYAL HARBOR UNIT I PS ,.70 Theodore K.Momgomary.
voonlCot.n Lot 77 I. Jones 231
Roar Con.ntIII" Lot I Ilk 1'1 15111 11 Sib DorDIII .

Lot I. Ilk C Wash Ir. It: U. 1111 PINE: RIDGE IXT "I HI Raymond231gNAPLESIPARK an uo U4 I/
Q. 111PI
Wlllbep I iI..or.1d Sl//l Lot 3\ Ilk U
Worth H.'wood Crowby ot... 11111 REPLAY; IJJ UNIT I REPLAY PART 0' NAPLES "I III
11173 Lot .. Ilk C N.wkirk at u. 3101 20101 Lot 1 "k L Tier Jolin
I. Ilk 1/
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Leon E. Albert 551.51Salwlors II 3112. N 110' 0' W0' 01 I 110' A ono V.novas .DlI5
Htcll.r .. D. C..I" S '
13175 Lot II. Sib C UNIT I. PS .n Snyder.1R0044110E .t u. 1111 201. Lot PALM I ,RIVIR Ik R: UT. UNIT I PI 110 23111 Lot 21 IIlk I /. .. Rees ot .1 7REPLAT 12 11111 t''lbio.lrif': N II' Lot ,. Less U' Naples.

Harold R. A. NAPLES PARK UNIT I R In NE: COli Lot I S Vacated 11' Alloy Moll 1,11001Abutllnp
CIIeO 235 : ILK1 S I PI ... Said Lote. 7)b IS Tier 131517S.IISO'
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131" Lot 4, Ilk' D ttewaSROOK51DE rl N u. 20117 Lot 12 : NNWCa51kIS.YRIICool ;
UNIT I. P' I" PLAT I VILLAS "I ,.7 M. H. Davie S
Coryallat NAPLES Malcolm M. King 2512/ Lot 1 Prop.rtlan 1 11 I elg I Nds' 10111 St 120' than C. J. JonesE.

Lot 2Ilk / Wayna u. 011USN I 2051. Lot Ilk n Jr, N us 3411 ISLES OF CAPRI NO. I "I 311 :. III'. t".n 1'1 1l0' Than W. 115' to 0'Lumber Naples' Co., IrIC. NI II
PARK PS 1-7. O..r'aL.Mortlmar' P05 Sib II Tie II
I. : :
'yon ROCK CIIIIK Mro. Emma "..10Vol'n" It. T. II lan. C. J. Jones
15010 Lot Ilk
1011P ).ISIS H 100' 01 UHSU'
Lot I. Ilk 0 ...t... N uo Klrkl.nd 37.hyllbK .. Lumbar Co. 111171t73
COCONUT CREEK: : UNIT I. P' 1-41 Lot U Ilk A kraSue board R.pl.t
wl 0. 20S14 : S llenl. 21904 Lots 11ft S 111 .. ... 1411 Stanley .tWo
W. Smith I 44.31 ISLE 0' CAPRI N0 I PS 2.41 1I T II. Seaboard R.plot White, 114 3.
12 Ilk n.
um Lot .. Ilk' 0 Mason, J,. 5712 10611 Lot S N. 15' Lot S Ilk S S Leos .
GROVE UNIT I PSN Matthew D. 210t7 LOll 272 S 171 L. 5.. Leach 1511. 1171 Las I 7 Ins Ilk II. T II Seaboard Rn
COCONUT I
hum LeOn 5122 53 IIb' S Wavy PUMa. 0.03 11141 Lola 127 5 U' L. L. Loath 141JIIN Ellen kerRon.o SGNPLATTED

I. Ilk A hminpr::: Ir. .0.11 211I21 ROSEMARY HEIGHTS PS 213 Raymond F. S : LANDS TWP 00 S 10 Wilson .3,
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1 11111 /ISN.
l idnoy t.. tbnlry Oordon ._ _. Lot n. Alice ./q Lasg 17 n U Tlppms

UIIO Lot I. Ilk A Owen. H YO 17.15 20n5 N. 1'0' Lot 17 'ewna.nd 11.11207)l ISLES OF CAPRI Illl From, PI I. eEly: prolong l of S LI elCW

Lloyd lrlsc.Parke E. IN' lot 1OS 21124 IU'INU' SECTION PI .12 allay Ilk 2T II with W'ly R/W
UIZI Lot E Ilk A .t u. II II Pert Lot f': :: In DI5.32, J. J.. T.wnlOnd IlMld 21133 Lot 4U Vorlynn Ipragua 21.. ACL Spur! n*. run 1. on said W R/W
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Itetn HemM 21UI Lot 465.111 leach Ins 17. 7126m ft. W HIM
Wdllam 1.Lnhad IIOssrp ." 200 to POB. cont S 200 .
A IU 57Iml Ina' Lot 105 :elan Entererl.an I IU.7' te C LI o50' Street N en C LI/ 200C
1312. Lot 1. Ilk P Nh 1240
Henry C. Piarcc. 201)1ROW SEMARY/HEIGHTS ADD PI 1-7. Raymaid F, SAlica IM to POB Unpl.lt.d Lind. I M 21 Irvin .
.. 21251 Lot 10. May Lang 21. .. Oev Lot tIM .
Lot 11. "k A .t Us 17.15 .. 15 04 100 A lot or parcel of lend 'In
Mary Y.RaughgSrdN. 201. Lose /E 100 S W. 10' Lot 102 Conroe ot. Gordan 54. S -29 from IE: Cor oE 14t eW

11133 Lot l/ Ilk A /1a1 .' /ALAI SNORE: "I 3.31 I. I 21113 Lot III Irma 1..II.lor II *40' of N50' of SO lot t run N P.r'M
D.lphn.3131 20114 Lot 1 115 E Clauda J. Cothran ISLES OF CAPRI NO. 1 "I .... to W Lln. of Let t far1' then Dell

\ Lot I' Ilk A C.l1wrl.III IIUOIJl3lLot Subd. Ilk F laban. Man PI N/ G.tton 2SORRENTO .. WIII.L.. Jonas from NI. WSODsg31'/0" 4 Run
20111 Lao : 5 21 Robort G. 21321 Isle ..7.... 51 uo UUI NW'ly lor 3..' MIL to PT of InUn with

11 I. IIlk 't-.R.. u. IIU7 : GARDENS TOWN 0' EVERGLADESPS line Per'll to 4 140 W of lit Course

Wallas I M.A UNIT I PS ,.71 111." hero .Mi DIM than run B en line PirMIte IV
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13141 Lot I. Ilk C Hudson. Jr: .t u. 31314' .. 'It 'v'Mae Carl. ::ud1 .101 .' M.o"'L .Ik"'. .: :.+: lJI':' .I. DUI.I.IUO 4 141 W a10 Count for' IM
I/IlhA I u PT I nun with line Pir II to 4
Lot to
r eoy .,7).M'' J, w. Darlnuti 11131 '' U. ... ,, Ii tl M/L
Lambs ..
1n.'U .II.rd
\ Lae/n51.JGimm., stun lORlIlNTO: GAIIDENI' .' 450 S eH line lot t. than Run E for
COCONUT GROVE UNIT I PS ..7Im5 UNIT I "I 1-71 S 21405EVERGLADES as Va II 12 140 to Pl>1. Alie ml I' In width. M W. M.rllyn
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: REPLAY: PS '.U Whitney IM 7tMty
Earl 151.AN Charlotte Celllrts 10.7 elg ullir property
Lot 21. Ilk A oE. Nti IIuna 21010 Lot 1 Ilk E Reamo 0n.
Claude SOUTH TAMIAMI' 1 NOTPS 1-44 75512 Lot I IIb .t u. I A P AVERS:

Lot 23 Ilk A n.J.. ulC 1716 mil Lott I S 2 Sib, A Opal P. "ono It II Robert D. Tao Collector
Opal P. Pea 2..11 Lot 7 fllk RoblneDn' 15 Fit
Lawrence N. 111.7 Laa II S II Ilk A F. .ntinl II I2UOI Colll.r County
Paul
1101
13160 Lot .. Ilk 1 Levi'. at uo 11.14 11191 Lot I Ilk D T. AIt..1t 17.1 Robert D. I. S. II 11. 114
Vbkia 2511/ Lot Sib Robinson ..
Ieverly .. Ray. Lot II Ilk 0 1 1 '
II 21UII.I John P. JON/ Lot II I'k' 17 Coillor Dov. Cop. 11.
13162 Lot 11. Ilk S .t u. I/
C.I.brl. N we .
L' 21222 Lot II SIb II PLAN 0' NAPLES "I 7.71101 '
Mcnnoth 1 m, 01 bat SI'J.m. Patsy J. U.17 INCL & .140 .f .
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Ilk I SNW II ALLEYSutetta
Lot U. A.Fr.N.nd. IU40 Lot 11 Ilk I IIIr..tln".PIRLIHG. 13 25' Lot IL Ilk SI. T ....1..,'. /N n ":' -" -' - ,

131" Lot 15. .Ik I N u.Ron.ld // : 'U'D. PS 112 21711 lilt INTIIIUT: IN LOT411 INCL. S
LMcCune Jemmy L.wrance N 10' of Lot II S Part Vacated.. N'

13165 Lot IS, IIk 1 N u. !1139t3 112S1! Lot 1ft SIb I Snail at as II Allay. Ilk UTI Mlrtl' kola 155411 ..I
COCONUT! RIVER: UNIT I PS I" SUNSET HOMES "I 111 Leos n 2Intl Ilk 1. T I Fred 01 Tarrlca In II

William O. Hloon 12.CRAIG'S .' CII..tor W. 2..51 Lola 7., Inc!. Ilk I.. T 2 Mlrlam 0, RuNer 710:
Lot 103
.17 lUll Lot I Rob".' I II John W, and M.r'ar '
'U'D. PI Jan D.rt 17.10 Ion.ln, S Mary 21.71 EM Lot I. all Lot \I. Ilk It. T I N. Sauer ltt .
11012 Lot U Salty ar / 122UII W.... W. III I''
Richard 2UOI Lot 21 2lt15 Leos /E Ilk 11. T 1 Sorry
'OUir. ANollna 16l2UII 21917 Late 11. S I2. Ilk 11. T I Jolin O.r.je' ,
11017 Lot 41 rinn.co T,. S aIIOSO Lot 21 10.
Lot 14 Fatty 11 Z7100 N Sly oW. 511' N Lola 1 N n. Harley, T.of .ot.I'1

Roy at u. 10.P' IIUO Let 15 G. D. Potty 1 II I Lot Ilk T W/ngate. it "I %
Lot 41 Johnson
W. H. .URIIIHCY": 'U'D PS 1.112U66 Donald 1: I 95
FLORIDA,.13 ARM SITES 269 17 I 71' LOll U 5 11 Ilk 1 Myrtla Chusar 10 U 27360 Lot 1 5 I It II" Lot E Ilk 25 T 5 S lanbeuhlp, eO as Si"

Carolina lrrneona TRAIL TERRACE: P5 114 273.7.11t lots I.' Inc! S .110 .f I 1 I/3' Robert J. I

S William' R. Arnold A. S MNIa N.REIECCA ." Lot Ilk n. T 5 SS.ph.n at Uli 13."

Ims Tracts .f S N 10 Iouta II 1 11713 Lot 2 S I Ilb 0 L. Vit.too Cann blanchIII
1 Vincentent payola 4 : WEEKS: 'U'D "I III 27401! Lot II S It Ilk 2T 5 A. ID
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Shows Parnelll DinosaurIs Jones Changes Made .. Player Ends


Not Extinct As Lady Takes

INDIANAPOLIS (AP)-The First Round
dinosaur is not extinct-not. so Over Ball ClubSALT

long as It has a jockey like
LAKE CITY APTheIron )
Parnelll Jones. hand that rules the Salt
He booted It to 156 miles an Lake Bees has painted finger 1 Under ParFORT SPORTS
hour Thursday at the Indlanapo.Us nails.
Motor Speedway where 150 WORTH Tex. AP-
It belongs to Enid Cosgrlff, (
was considered all but Impossl.) the only female general manager Gary Player. first-round leader . . . . . . . . .
ble until Jones did It two years in professional baseball of the $7;iDuo t-010111111\111101111\
ao Invitational Golf Tournamentwith
The old front-engine Often Mrs.of Cosgrlff the Pacific became president Coast a crisp two-under-par 68, 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, May 8. U'.

hauser race car, the Indlanapo. League telm In 19C1, after Wallet says he will be happy with
lie roadster, was called obsoletea E. Cohgrlff, her first hus. straight par from here on out.
-- dinosaur by a lot of auto. band and the Bees' chief execu. "I'm not greedy," the slim I Baseball Roundup II
motive" engineers last year after tlve, was killed In an auto ac. little South African said with a
spectacular invasions by Euro cident. She took on the added grin. "I'll take three Iffs.:" I '
pean road racers Jimmy Scott task of general manager last The heavy wet Weather which By MIKE RATHET Roberto Uemenie hit a two.
and Dan Gurney In new rear- fall, shortly before marrying a hampered many of the big Associated Press Sports Writer run homer in the first Inning,
engine Lotus.Fords. Salt Lake physician, Dr. Michael names In Thursday's opening Are officials of the Los An. but Curt Simmons, now 3.2, and
lr .
Jones did win the $500,000 In. Murphy.It's a round was predicted again for geles Dodgers beginning to be Roger Craig stopped the PI.
dlanapolls 500, however, in the tough to tell where the today Accurate driving, always concerned with the sputteringstart ates the rest of the way. The
Agajanlan roadster, and would lady stops and the boss begins. Important on the 7,122-yard made by the defending Cardinals scored all their runs
have If Colonial, was especially vital In the fourth against Bob Veale.
won It the previous year "Just because I am a wom. world champions?
a hydraulic brake line hadn't an, I can't let the players think because of the weather That seemed to be the big AI Jackson evened his record
worn through. I'm soft and soapy," she said One stroke behind was scrap* question today following two developments at 3.3 by scattering nine Reds'
The Torrance, Calif., veteran "When we have a problem with py Tommy Jacobs of Bermuda -still another loss hits Tim Harkness' two.run
turned four laps Thursday, all one of the players I get together WINNER I BY LONG NEe K Dunes, Calif., who also playeda by the weakJilttlng Dodgers, 2.1 first-inning homer off Jim Ma.
clocked by electric timer, at with the field manager, Myrtle left *n ostrich Is piloted by Bennl.Sortnstn near-perfect round off the tee. to the Houston Colts Thursday loney, gave the Mets a lead
155.871.158.002, 155.333 and is&: Vedle Himsl, and decide on a to victory 'In two.ieg9ed, ent.furlong race at Gulfitriam Park, Flu. The nearest Both Jacobs and Player were night, and trade report Involve they never lost. Charlie Smith
233. The official one.lap rerora policy compel,lor It a gusnaco, Ulysses, .t the finish. of the special event en the track's Derby Day in the rough on only one drive, Ing pitcher Johnny Pod res. scored for New York In the sec.
around the 2Vi-miIe track is "But I don't Intrude on the and they each took par on those Denied by the Dodgers, the 151.847 miles an hour men's aspect of baseball." holes. report stated flatly that Colt
Mrs. Cobgrlff, who calls herself They were the only two play officials had been offered Pod.
"young 40," speaks witha Stone Builders Edge Publix; ers In the 72-man field to shoot res, who in his only appearanceon Florida Stale
sub-par golf, Tho last time
Preakness poniiiveness and determlna par April 25 was struck in the
Prep, lion th.t come from organizing! proved so tough for an opening elbow by a Warren Spahn pitch LeagueBy
day was In the 1963 U.S. Open. and has been on the mound for
Withers Run HeadSaturday's community projects In Salt
Lake for the past 26 years, and Grouped at par 70 were Gay only two Innings this season.
Tropics Wins Over StahlmanSTANDINGS TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Brewer of Dallas of
RacesBy an uphill struggle to keep the Ray Floyd "I know nothing whatsoever Fort Lauderdale Increased its
club solvent St. Andrews, Ul, AI Besselinkof about It," said Dodger General
lead In the Florida State League
ORLOR ROBERTSON Merchantvllle N.J. and
Jer. Manager Buzzle Bavasl. "I
The Bees were In the
Associated Press Sports Writer red when Mrs. Cosgrlfl running! took to center. A double play pre two others scored on fielder's ry Edwards of Fort Worth havent't talked to anyone on to a (tame and a half by defeat.
The 50,000.added Withers and over 4he fans stayed home W L vented further scoring. Win choices. Winning pitcher Ger Arnold Palmer blew to a fat the Houston club. There's abso. Ing second-place Daytona Beach
and $7,!iOO Freakness P rep,mon. "Six weeks after the death of Stone 6 0 ning pitcher Schulthels pitched ald Kelly, working In relief of 75, one stroke ahead of Jack ,lutely nothing to it." last night 6.1. Petrellis
baseman Frank
ey.wlse the top and bottom of my husband," she said, "1 was tropics 3 3 a six-Miter, walking two Fred Schmucker, kept Stahl. Nlcklaus at 76. Defending The loss to the Colts was the First
the victory with a two.
the national feature events, topSaturday's and champ Julius Boron shot a 77. 13th In 22 for the Dodgers paced
4
out selling box tickets as presl. rub llx 2 striking out eight. Haynes man pretty well under control, games run double In the third Inning.
\ thoroughbred racing\ dent of the dub. Stahlman 1 5 permitted seven hits and walk- after Tropics went out In front. This year's Colonial field Is and left them six games Lakeland pitcher Jim Brown
Own because of their rela- "Both the rlub and the public Fired-up Publix Market ed two batters probably the strongest of any behind the National Learueleadlnlf' fanned six battei, allowed only
The losers three first-
to the 16 runningof
May got .
looked to me to keep a com.petltlve undefeated trailed 7.4 tournament this year Of the San Francisco Giants.The
nearly conquered Tropics going one walk and six hits In
the U l50,000.added: Preakness alive." Inning runs, with Bill Parker's current 50 leading winners Dodgers' are In front of only
at Plmlico. sport Stone Builders last night, as Into the big fifth Inning. Buddy money his team's 4.3 triumph over St.
double the keyhlt. Tropics tiedIt 45 for the the Colts and New York Mets.In .
There have been changes In are competing
had extend themselvesto Askew and Gerald Petersburg. Lakeland |same
Neither the one mile of the Stone to Kelly sing In the second all the have
the Salt Lake club and Its up on singlesby top prize $14,000.. Dodgers
Withers at Aqueduct or the take a 54 victory In men's led, and JD. Askew singled Archie Turner and Don scored only 73 runs and hit only from baking In the eighth, inning
bleachers and locker rooms aresKitless.
1 1.10 both of them scoredon Player, former PGA and Mas. with a two run rally. WaltThoele's
miles of Prep at Plmllto Softball league play.In In. JJ. and It homers-eight by Frank
Walker
| Chuck Kelly's triple .
ters champion, Is making single scored the winning
are limited to Preakness ellgi. There's one thing that gives the opening game of the an outfield error to tie It Stahlman regained the leadat his eighth start on the 1964 only Howard. Maury Wills, who col. run.Miami.
bles But a top performance by prOoruslonal lected four the Colts
the lady boss the heebie-jeebies doubleheader Tropics Drive hits against
up.Bud 6-3 In the third, helped by tour. He finished second bombarded four Orlan.do .
any of the Preakness eliglbles -men sliding Into base Inn scored six runs In the fifth Shlmer and Jackie Kline for a .309 batting average, Is the
the unenviable two errors and Jim Wheeler'striple. to Boros In the Colonial last pitchers for 14 hits and won
mean assign.
melt i>f .U&hing with Kentucky "I shudder when I think of the Inning to defeat Stahlman Pro- walked, and Archie Tumerbeat year. Player Is 13th on the offl. only regular hitting over .300. 8.2. Third baseman Len Farello -
Derby winner Northern Dancer cleaning bills," she said, "but if perty Maintenance, 119. out a slow roller for an Infield clal money list with $13,840. The team Is batting .235, eighthIn lad Miami's attack with four
and Hill Rise In thesecond they make It safely, I 'forgive Playing their best ball of the hit to load the bases One run Single runs In the fourth, the league. hits one a triple and
runner.up While the Dodgers were battling
fifth and sixth
of t eCrown. them season the youthful Publix team came In on a groundout and Innings were scored three runs.
The Preakness race Is atn. mllee.: : rallied for two runs In the top not enough for Stahlman to off- Allen Thomas, er's two-run their problems single in, Tom the eighth Hall- Sarasota chalked UD Us fourth/

The Withers of of the seventh 4-4 set the big Tropics fifth-Inning victory In tne last nve games,
a true test to gain a Bobby Foster gave San Francisco a 7.6 edge
speed, figures to attract a field Civic, Farmers tie. Lester Llles got on baseIn All-Star TeamsTo rally. Russ Stahlman, who, over the Chicago Cubs, Clay downing Tampa 11.7. Second
of 11 or 12 3'Yt'aroUlds. The the Stone half of the seventhon pitched the distance for his Clash TonightCHICAGO Dalraymple's tworun homer baseman Jim Jedelsky and
Preakness ellglhlec> Include the Hold Top SpotsIn a throwing error. Play July 7 team, hit a home run over started Philadelphia on the way Catcher Joe Cherry each got

Calumet Farm pair of Kentucky Then David Weeks lifted any In Shea StadiumNEW the center field fence In the (AP>-Llght heavy. to a 9.6 victory over Milwaukee, three hits.
Jug and Ky. Pioneer, R.N. ball field sixth. weights Allen Thomas of Chlca. St. Louis defeated Pittsburgh 4.2 W. 1.. Pet. G.B.
Into short left
Webster's twosome of Traffic East NaplesCivic YORK! CAP) Players, Each go and Bobby Foster of Wash. and the New York Mets nippedCincinnati Ft Lauderdale 14 4 .778 -
for a single that glanced off team had 10 hits, and D,C. both c
and Natonal and Black Moun. managers and coaches will vote ington, power punch. 3.2. Daytona Beach 12 S .706 I'/j'
tain and A Deck, also an entry. Association and Farm shortstop Tommy Murphy's for the major league All.Star the errors also were fairly F ers, clash tonight In the first In the American League, St Petersburg 10 7 .588 3'/j'
Prominent among the non-ellgU ers Market won games this glove The relay from the out teams in mld.June.Commissioner well divided, eight for Tropicsand I free television bout in Chicago Cleveland walloped Baltimore Lakeland 8 8 .500 5

bles are Lord Date, Riot Squad week to maintain their one-two field was wild, allowing Lllcs Ford Frick an.' seven for Stahlman. since 1960. 9.4, Minnesota crushed the Los Tampa 8 9 .471 S'/i
and Roman Count, Riot Squad standing In the six-team East to come across with the winning nounced selection plans Thursday Angeles Angels 9.1, Boston 7 10 .412
will be ridden hjBill Hartack, Naples Minor Little run. for the game that will be whipped Detroit 7.3 and the New Miami 6'i
League 5 11 .313 8
who won the Kentucky Derby On Monday, Farmers Mar Opposing pitchers Art Schul- held July 7 at New York's Shea PLAY BETTER GOLFBy York Yankees downed Washing- Sarasota
Orlando 3 13 .188 10
last Stadium the majors' newest
Saturday ket defeated Schultz Painters, thels and Jimmy Haynes threw tort 96. Kansas City and the
Knightly Manner and Big Pete Chicago White Sox were not
three of
10-8. Civic Association Innings scoreless ball park.Walt Tommy Armour Thursday's Results
are the two name candidates Alston of the Los Angeles scheduled.
for the, Preakness Prep, Knight squeezed by Schultz Wednesday In the fast-moving game, which Dodgers will head the National The Giants went Into the Fort Lauderdale 6DaytonaBchlMiami
,ly Manner won the Chesapeake U10. lasted only 59 minutes all told. League team while Yogi Brra'or eighth trailing the Cubs 6.5, but 8, Orlando!
Stakes Laurel, the last timeout Games which were rained! out Stone scored first on successive the New York Yankees or Al Short Approaches singles by Jesus Alou and Willie Sarasota 11, Tampa 7
and ran second to Hill nine or postponed so far this season doubles by Buck Flowers Lopez of the Chicago White Sox May.-the third hit for each Lakeland 4, Et. Petersburg 3
In the Santa Anita Dei by. Big will be played later. League and Schultheis In the fourth will manage the American THE most sickening shot in golf _set up Haller's game-wtnning
Pete Is unbeaten In two sprint officials express their Publix jumped out In front, team. of those wristy little approaches single off Lindy McDanlel. Friday's Games
rate Ilil* year<< One of his vie. thanks for donations of time 2-1, In the fifth on a drop- Ralph Itouk, who managedthe that chops down behind Mays' three hits lifted his av- Et. Petersburg at Fort Lauder.

t lories was In the recent 1>pla. and to the league so far. ped pop fly, a single by Gary Yankees to the AL pennant the ball or on top of it and moves it erage to .479. Billy Williams dale
ware Valley Slakes at Garden They money a need for coach Peer, and Haynes' triple over last season, has moved up to only a few feet. You will not foul ) went 4.for-5 for the Cubs, who Sarasota at Miami
State Pirk. report general,manager pulled out to a 4.0 first Inning Orlando at Lakeland
and Interested the rlghtflelder's head. An error up what ought to be that easy, ((4)strokesaving )
es, can .
persons
Willie Shoemaker, aboard Hill! lead, but couldn't hold It. Daytona Beach at Tampa.THANKS
Rise In the torrid stretch duel call ilL Vance at 24631. walk, and Flowers' double shot when you : ((11 I ---
with Northern Dancer and liar resulted In two Stone runs In Yesterday's Hold the club firmly by the /ItAl b

tack In the Derby, Is at Plmlico i A TOUCH BREAK the last half of the fifth as I three fingers of your left hand and aaS :

to ride the treat: 3-se.ir-ad, filly, Nl:\ ORK (AP) Carl Wil the Builders reclaimed the lead Stars only gently: with right hand fingers i (1)
Blue Northpi, In the I 11.IGmlll'lI> Icv, who differed a broken law Tommy Bennett added to It In ((2)) Keep your left elbow straightso v National League American LenlleW.
of the $20,000.udded Black Eyed: I m v spring exhibition game with the sixth with a home run over By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS you have the feeling you are L. Pct G.B W. L. Pct GB
Susan for 3.)'ear-old. fillies at: the Mils' ease he would 'rather the center field fence. BATTING-Tony Ollvs, Twins, pushing the club toward the ground San Fran. 13 5 ,722 Cleveland 11 II ,688 -
Plmllin. Blue Noilher won the him hud u broken 1 Kg." lid had l lI Publix tied It up In the collected two homers one a with your left hand; ((3)) Swing Philadelphia 12 6 .667 I Chicago 10 5 .66'7 1/.
Kentucky Oaks at Churchill I to lake his fund Ilirmgh u straw seventh on in error,two walks, grand slam-and two singles, left arm from the shoulder instead Milwaukee 12 B .600 2 New York I 7 .563 2St
Downs and Ashland Makes at: twit eiks after his |law was and Van Weeks' two-run singlecT4l driving In six runs and lifting your of the club Louis 12 9 .5'71 Zlh MinnesotA 10 10 .500 3
Keetielind before. coming last.: wired his batting average to ,427 In flipping Pittsburgh 11 9 .550 3 Baltimore 9 9 .500 3
---- -- > Minnesota's 91 walloping of the with your wrists; ((4)) Keep Cincinnati 11 10 .524 31h Detroit 9 9 .500 3

Los Angeles Angela. your right elbow close to Chicago 7 10 ,410 5'1. Los Angeles 9 11) .450 4
PITCHING Jack Lamabe, your ribs and about in line Loll Angeles 9 13 .409 6 Boston 8 10 .44r 4
Red Sox, won his third ,game with your right knee at address Houston 9 14 ,391 8'1. Washington 9 14. .394 5'12.
without a loss since leaving the and as you swing. 0 New York 4 16 .200 10 Kansas City 7 11 .389 5Thursd.1y'
t bullpen for a starter's role, allowing Results Thuraday' Results
C UIJ, br The Chicago Tribune
only six hits In a 7.3 vie. New York 3, Cincinnati 2 Boston Detrolt3
tory over Detroit. San Francisco 7, Chicago 6 Minnesota 9, Los Angeles 1St.

Louis 4, Pittsburgh 2 Cleveland 9, Baltimore 4
. . .. . .. . . Philadelphia 9, Milwaukee 6 New York 9, WashIngton 6
.1 Houston 2, Los Angeles I Only games scheduled

1 rr Today' Games Today' Games
Los al San Francisco
Angeles Chicago III Los Angeles, N
,c 4Jl.As _" to those of you ; N Kansas City at Minnesota, N
st. Louis at New York, N Baltimore at Detroit, N
1 1 Cincinnati al philadelphia, N New York at Cleveland N
ti91. aai. : a>I i Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, N N
: Boston at Washington,
... s _-,+ i who Only games scheduled
supported and Saturrl.&y'l Games Saturd.1y'l Games
wa'r--- Los Angeles at San Francisco Chicago at Los Angeles, N
5\. Louis at New York Kansas City at MInnesotA
Cincinnati at Philadelphia Baltimore at Detroit
1
voted for Milwaukee: lit Pittsburgh New York at Cleveland
w me in 1 Houston at Chicago Boston at Washington
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t ride y, May II, 1964 COLLlhR: COUNTY NEWS 9 .

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Hospital ReportADMITTED Thunderstorms,


I ,., Tornadoes Rip

: t; ,. 4-W--Joaqulns Girzi.Peggy Across MidwestBy

BUY 10 Sf-\\. TO RENT ... Strickland Anita Fennel!,Dotty TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS
.. Thunderstorms rolled across
Charles
Patchln, Hart Shirley
...f the central part of the nation
: MoGee. Mary WTiatley. AdelsonPadllU.
.- \/i ;.rj today after another outbreak of
severe weither In sections of
I j 1 4-30--Ssrs Taylor. Jennie the Midwest.

tewart. Harry Taylor. Linda Tornadoes ripped across areas

wystt MIX Dsy Annie Eermett. In Iowa and Wisconsin Thursday -

Bruce (';reen Yvonne Kuper night Injuring more than

berg. Will James, Etta Crsy 30 persona and damaging scoresof

Violet Curry.5heJessie. hornets and business estab.llshments -


Midway 2-2107 Hernandez. John The early morning thunder.
Carol Decker Mae
& Hunter
o storm belt extended from Texas

Pearl Coleman. to the Upper Great Lakes re.

5-2: --Johnny Jsines, John glon. Heavy rain, with hall and

- Donley. Jr., Thomas Logsn strong winds, hit many areas as

Joseph Firmer Roy Worthy the warm humid air from the

1 Annoi/ncemenh, ,40-Autot Repairs Parts 55-Stores Office William Sincoe. Mary Spsrks. Gulf region set off the storms.

S.3--<:hI11l. Drsnch. Ilezzle About 20 persons were In.

PlAZA BEAUTY SALON Otlica No 0. OttO story BalchBuilding Sparks Kathryn Owens Herbert jured when a twister struck a
UZI E. Tamiaml. Trail LOOK HERE! til SO par Mo 1170 3rd residential area of Waterloo
Deknatel Andrew Ross
SI
Midway 266723BoahMotora So Watkins 4 Barkau 603 ,
Sth Ave So Ml J 5148) ... .. ; Iowa, a city of about 78,000, anda
whtr 4/lt.tl : : .- .: Gladys Doyd, I rank Williams,
Wondering to -
go trailer court in nearby Ray.
Atces. With ftihek: __ IMI' Ivan Anderson
your car problems ---- mond. Fifteen persons were hoa.

bAT BROKERAOL '...I"rln'I" Paint Jobs 57-Houses For Sale REMNANTS I OF A HAPPY PAST are slowly but surely! disappearing: as 5-4-Mary Alice Dell, Phyllis pltallzed A tornado also skipped

LISTINGS! URGENTLY Wracks RabuiltTunaupi MOONING DELIGHT demolition news continue work of razing the famed Naples Hotel one of Johnson, Mary Vatcher across farm areas northwest of

Bob Martin NEEDED- MI 13757SrirnkSmitN Thraa badrooma, 2 bath can the oldest landmarks on Florida's southwest coast Many passers-by are Patricia Walker.55'illle Walerloo In Fayette County,

Chrit.Cr.lt Salat' Front Motor and Ov..h.ulTranlm''on alignment" tral Carpeting heat and throughout air conditioning ucept 2kedreoms taking nostalgic looks at the historic structuie. built in 1889 by Walter B. \ Thornton, John damaging! buildings on at least

5/1.tI Camplete' kilch.n In.cluding : Ky who with Geneial (CenoGoido) Williams first"discovered" Alkens Peter Crosby Mary 10 farms.
rebuilt Hnldemanof Loumillt. .
disposal' and dishwash.er Fourteen inJured
were -
124 I Henderson Kath- persons
Chris Craft Crumr, ,Nancy Potter
14! h p
Lub"catonl'lklt Nce .cnned porch. Paved : I of and Vicoiian architecture
anima. Eneilltnt condition drivlna .add.d lawn, Naples. Mainly Saiatojra-tjpe rlna Gulllon. and at least 10 mobile
land.seeped.
.Will,. It13Help ttll ,...on.bly Ml 2 4045. Polikh 4 W.. y.Phone Ml 24104 altar the Naples Hotel was once headquarters for all cultural life in the city homes damaged as a tornado

r Dont look any further I I'M d/lntf and the scene of many gala gay-nineties affairs Photo shows main en. dammed Into a trailer court

Want. Female Sialogram CBS FTi0/i.date home Complataly sale Wall, built lurnithad trance and partially demolished second floor of the once magnificent hos- DISChARGED northeast of Wisconsin RapIds.

Lounga, 1 anaabla bad WIs., a town of about 15000.
Chevrolet Inc. (NEWS photo)
telry. Rebecca )&anltl
4-29 Jius,
2
rooms batht wall
Mddla, *|td Mitt, |irl for part to wallcarpatina. SummerJlke weather prevailed
lima, work Apply in pirton at 130 9th St,"*. MI' SlOb avan in batht Mod. Goniez James Dlrney. Christine in much of the eastern
.
arn Mchan lara sun room.
Liatt Raitall Naplai Shopping Steolen Plo
Canlar }/" if large corner lot. Oil Ith Ave Covington.; Mary Walker half of the nation but unseason

Dipandabla woman for light; 44-Mobile Homes So 1/tM DEATHSBOSTON Joaqulna Garza, Anita Fennell. ably cool temperatures werert'potted
1019 Cyp.... Wood Dr. No. LBJ Has Won ConfidenceOf
house keeping llva In If pot 430Peggy Strickland In parts of the Far
I bdrm t bath homa Carpalid (AP)-Me>lvllle East
Ml 2 4693
tibia
i/7120 T'er' with, cabana and W."I.
u' cantral I haat and air. condo Doris Wood, Katharine Small-
r"lIrl'd
Efficiant woman wantad lor ritpontibla .port I orren I 0' sail Nice 10'Uhon. L argescreene d porch. beautiful hum, 79, founder and
tacratarial. pontion MI 20155 0' 22702 kitchen all Insulated ..,th"v'o.m preside-ill of General Radio Co. wood an J baby girl. Nancy Jackson -

Mull b. tkillad at typmi and 32111 Call for apt aftarJ Leaders of Concord, Minn. illivl Tliuriday. and baby girl, Clyde Walker
and P aweshor Big Business Weather ElsewhereDy
tiling tOted or J DmII Owner. MI 2.3253.58Lots .
aquivalant' Good salary Tor I 45-Trailers For Rent 10 William Yeoman.
or lit day walk Including' Sal HAMDLN. Conn. (AP) Tie 5-1--Linda Wyatt Maria TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS

lima urtfayl petition Part lima, latar to bain Apply lull 'Trailart 110 .a ....k.t' a S paces....k.$5 with a week TV, For Sale HOT SPRINGS Va. (AP- standing for the prohlem-i ol Rev. Jerome Greer 101 (lilt Burgos,Jennie Stewart and baby High Low Pr.

Cjrtatar Naplai Chambar ofmm.rcI. Rock Craak TraIler Park Ttiere) *ere plentiful signs as builnessmc olilPKt alumnus of Nebraska boy Sara Taylor and baby girl. Albany, loudy 86i8!
( 4/29II 4/28(1 PORT ROYAL Lot /22 Gal thy Business Council begaiweekend SUIIsaid\ they believed this Wesleyan University died Albuquerque clear 75 38
Wiley Cunningham.
leon Drive For Sale or Trada
with high( ad. view was widely held In the In. Thursday. Tlte Methodist clt'rgy-
meetings
Write G J Herbert 2620 Post 5-2.-Ruth Hlttlnger. Albert Atlanta cloudy 78 58
14-Help Wanted Male 48-Apts. For RentBUILDING Road Oar,an. Conn mlnlktratlon officials today that dust nil and financial commun man took his first pastorate In Caldecon Parbara LAmb.Bertha Bismarck cloudy 87 43

President Johnson has far uy. !Hanover Mass. In 1893.
gone ,
,
82 38
Part lImO man to work In the Ilnlse, clear
oct50' ps p0105104' Sod bU 65-Gen. Real l E.UIe toward winning the confidence! OIH vxplilnedi "Tlicy eel a Smith Mary Whatley, Jane cloudy 83 83
: FloKton
Mastur Platop: Co. /ifo16Help of business. lot more comfortable wllh him Martin Kathryn Hall.
A NEW HOME? Buffalo rain 78 63 .02
BARGAIN Owner mooed than did with Presldi-nt Up 5-3. Mattie Wheeler Etta ,
Ihi-y Jobs Open
FURNISHED EFFICIENCYTWIN Several of the too top Indus Chicago cloudy 87 63 I .87
Available BEDS MEDIUM SIZED 3 badroom. 1 balk garage. near trlaltsis here for the council' Kennedy. Gray and baby girl, Max Day Cincinnati clumSy 73 62

Rafittarad nurtaaldarly wit cars for LIVING ROOM. PATIO ON shopping ptymant and achoola low down spring conference. -mostly Republicans '. "They think ho really listens With Business Kenneth Smith Johnny James, Cleveland rain 78 66 .24

person or couple In my OVERLOOKS THE WATER NAPLES TV CABLE BAY told reporters prlvalely to them ,,'hc>n ho asks for tlu'lr Getting BetterNEW ROHM Iltues, Thomas Logan Denver cloudy 73 34 .1 g
horn. Excellent raterences PRIVATE DOCK FOR BOAT CHEAP ACREAGE they feet Johnson hat advlrc, and they know ho always .
80 60 .11
Gladys Doyd.54Slilrley. Des Moliics cloudy
,
AVAILABLE
WY J2663, Bonita21Lost Sprints.OuSt ,
ING 1/151 AND FISHING Ml 241(7. shown sympathy oft under did ask advice from bust YORK (AP)>More Join Mode, Violet Detroit rain 83 63 I .34

-- David C. Jones Realtor ness' frlt'ndl'l.' when he was senator as the economy
are owning) up Curry. Yvonne Kurtrberg and Fairbanks clear 44 13
Sabal Shores ApU. "
& Found 351 5th Ant. So MI 13152t mil vle presldi-nl. expands. But the |nentage of Carol Decker and Fort Worth, rain 78 68 .07
baby
YEAR ROUND LIVINGModern boy,
/ 5t Said gnotiieri "IK got off on
those the lalx>r force that
In 53 38 .32
Helena cloudy
bedroom atticiancy
found tackle bo. Owner one Apia turnithad and TV BY APPOINTMENTI Notice To the riKht fixit with business run't find work stays vtubliorn baby girl.Challis Branch,Jesse Honolulu, clear 82 71Indianapolis
may clam. by 'd.nlllvn, and cable In. Monthly or year .) badroom I bath hou.ldu'' from the Mart by rutting the Hernandez. Frank Williams.
p.ynl, for .d. MI 22U4IIUt round MI 24455. Kelly R,. and for family' with children of' ly high. cloudy 78 68
'high school aia Nice loca budget and promising a dollar'svalue more Jobs 5-5-Clpotie Bryan Kathryn
'rece Ava 113.11 Just adding 750,000 Jacksonville, clear 81 63
EBB"TIDE"" ADTS ana lion Av.corner Uth Ava N. DlBROOKSIDE I PoliticalCandidates for".'vry taxpayer's dollar In Aprt1-*lroly above the usual OWf'ns. Bruce Grrcn Ivan Anderson Juiii'au cloudy 47 41 .76

3-Misc.. For Sale Modarn turmihad alficianciai, howl I bad KHiit.| seasonal trend-Isn't enough. Ruby Lawson, Willie Kaunas City cloudy 73 72

and I bedroom apt. ISO a mo. room,. Itt baths QuIet location Tin' $11.5 billion tax ('ul. par Some years back an unpin Thornton John Alkens Annie Los Angeles, cloudy 62: M

MAPS I Kelly Rd. 625tfI JACKSON ST. 2 badroom I Ing n( the federal pay rulls and ploynslIt rate of 4 |let rent of (Bennett Will James, Mary Louisville, cloudy 75 63 .09

XEROX City Copy.n County -.n"lnlly lope bdrm furnished opts Near bath home Furnithad. Ideal' All political advertisements the President's, apparent appre the lalxir force was considered Sparks and baby ooy.nIR11IS Memphis, cloudy 83 M
CAPtES BLUEPRINTING beach and shopping Waakly for retIred coupla elation of the role of corporate too much. Now government of Miami, dear 78 73
tl) 8th Avt So. Ml I2H2 lonthly or year around Mid See Naples South sod ModelSHowls for Sunday's NEWS must be profits as a basic Ingredient of
when
3/IIH way 3.0040 I : VII HFurmahad finals are happy' they can Milwaukee cloudy 83 64 .90
Oitplay
'i.nmo,. 30" ,.nt. in ..c.llintMl apt lor rant Sib par Ramambar on to rant buy or In tho new,paper offlcs by economic- growth were among report|' It's under 8.5 IHT cent Mpls-fct.P. clear 76 47
:ondIIon. $50. 2)111 after ....k. Inquire at 1405 Craach .II" contact Friday not later than 4 p.m. other factors cited as appealing Somewhat wistfully they talk of 4-29: --Mr. and Mrs. SlmolJ New Orleans, cloudy 84 66

I pM 5/651 Rd. 4/21II Lucllla Virgil Otto Marcum Bob Leak J..Brown,., For weekday publication ad. to bllillll'lIsll'ad'u. hancea of getting It below 8 percent Garza baby boy; Mr. and New York, dOlldy 82 63Okla.
WANTED USED AIR COM.PRESSOR. Furnished I bedroom apart vertiilng copy ma.' b* placedby Most III f the council's active mil yoo by next year. 79 70 .28
City rain
CALL MI 23310.AI'ln m.nt. Huge living room Men DEWEY POLLY which embraces Mrs Travis E. Jackson, baby ,
an and balh Ml 2.3691n.1I 4 p.m. tho day prior to membership -' .' Tht labor force Is the total at and D. Omaha. cloudy 85 -8C)' .60
Ownar't larga turniihad "afli. REALTY ,UlTtM., hi4J.W> absolute1,l iMTlV lit' ,(he* Wugr 'tuoltr.9sIuudlust'r'i4laVI' any one tlmu of tlinne with Job boy Mr. Mrs. Clayton Philadelphia clear 79 ST

24-Mics. For Rent Clancy Air cond SlonacraltAplt deadline and it U !icenerally \ had closn hm. or looking for them. The unemployment Smallwood, baby girl. Phoenix cloudy 70 M
Ml 24155 or Ml' -2792Modarn Coo of lit Ava UoTamiaml 4 the ad- tact with Johnson since h" be. 430Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
to the adYin tae of rate la the percentageof Plttalmrgh cloudy 81 62
.
SAVE end upholittry Bill Do your clMninf,own with rut .d APARTMENT- I bedroom with unlurniah' com 243Sf.TrailMl vartiier to place the Ad at came Pn slclent. Two of them this total that reports It E, Stewart baby boy; Mr. and Ptlnd, Me., cloudy 75 62

Slut Lu.t,.. Rnt .'.Itclricthimpoocr Plata kitchan Naar beach and early at possible so that full railroad president Muirt: Saun. wants to work but can't find aJoh. Mrs. Paul L. Gray, baby girl; Pllmt Ore., cloudy 63 48
II. Naples Furnilurt ahoppng' 395 Ith Ava So Ml each clers alliS aulo manufacturer and Frank J.
Co. III 2.3J9J 4/211 PUBLIC NOTICE attention tan be given to thc Bus.Iness Mr. Mrs. Tsylor Rapid City, cloudy 63 43
advertisement Henry Ford II, headed The numtxT of those with\ Jobs baby girl. Richmond cloudy 84 57
SABAL SHOHt APTSEldc THE'TWELFTH Tax Reduc
26-Personal l ,anciesan.ildble. Kally Rand hN THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF IN It 1s a state advertiilnff law Cotnmltten for keeps' rising. It's now ShoVe 70 5-1--Mr. and Mrs. Joel M Louts, cloudy 85 73

Areca Ava Ml 2 4455 AND FOR COLLIER COUNTYFLORIDA that all political advertlalnrb tlon. million some 1.8 million more Kuperherg. haby boy. Salt U. City Cloudy 54 40 .11

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 3/4tl paid In advance using the About onii third of the roun than a year ago. 5-2--Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Run Diego, cloudy 02 51

Mm or women wi'h drinking IN CHANCERY triplicate check forma aa authorized ell's members were among Mm Put the labor ton-e keeps rio San Fran., clear 50 50
problems: Ask for help by Mil n" bdrm apt Adultl Case No 2047 70 Industrialists! and Decker baby gIrL
Ins 104! 2 4151 Visitor cordially only Ml dZI2 ,, or 23139 THERON H. RIDGE and under Florida itatuUi. prominent Ing Just as fast or faster. 8-4-- and Mrs. William fratUe. cloudy 59 48
wtlcomtd' MHtmii, in First Si lIt f CECELIA E. RIDGE, Special positionIng of financiers who were JiilOOlflagnt'std Part of this Is due to the mm'hdiscussed Mr. Tampa cloudy 87 68Washington
Biptui Church Ann. on lib husband and ..,f.. at a While House dinner M. Sparks. baby boy.
be sold and all population explosion'
Plaintiff, Adi will not cloudy 83 60
St. it its Av Paver Tun *nd ,
p Effcianciat Day Weak or and
Carl El-
Pniltight it S. 30 P M Month (IRIS MOTEL, Ml ",. Ads will be !given the same list week and heard the Presldent thu fad that nllw. and In the 5-5--Mr. Mrs Winnipeg<< cloudy 51 40 ..10M

RUBBER STAMPS that m.kt 22102 or Ml' 21155 WILLIAM W. BERRY MATTSON and BERRY careful attention. I pledge next few years, Increasing win Wa1i<<-r. baby girl; Mr. and

a food imp,....on. Any side.Oneday |;0 $8000 husband MARILYN and E.wifa. "For as long as I am Preal numbers of young people will U Mrs. John Potter, baby girl. ( -MU&Ing)
.rv'c. Collier County Furn I bdrm apti Effician Oalandant dent the leaders of Industry and -
N...,. .. c'... TV, Air Cond 745 4th NOTICE OF SUIT reaching the Joh holding or Job-
Ava 10 Ml 2 4512 1/1.11 fin.me'e art going to be welcome Reeking
FORECLOSE age.
34-TrsntportitionDriy.ng 1 bedroom air cond apt 3rd SUIT MORTGAGE TO TO: PUBLIC NOTICE In (his bouse." Hut In recent months a growIng 'TV : :Radto I

Ave So Call Tommy Kahoa. William W. Barry and Atty. Gen. Hubert f, Kennedy pros|*>rlty has Increased the l' :
E Mattton Barry
Ml 2 2155 or Ml 23539. Marilyn
like to New Jtrt.y Would 1/5.51 DaarwoodMmnatota NOTICE Oil INTENTION TO and several of his aides at the labor force from a not her Hour re. Ity CVMIIlA LOWKY ex-|>ret>l to
to have lady Companion REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
share drovnl. R.f. Euchanged.M12449t. .2 badroom lurnithad' ."c.v.pl : notifiad, that a The under.lln.d does hereby car Justice I)'part mi-lit were to address Attractive Job are owning up AP TcilfvlBlon-Haillo Writer froiitc some viewers.
hereby
/Ut No pan .or childran Ml Complaint You are for foreclosure 01 a ca,. lily thai I am conducting a Land the 'IIUII'U' closed meetIng now and luring thorn who aren't NEW YORK (AP)-" N.rfKKly llayward said that he Is

2 3117 or Ml I 2 5919. 4/111 lain mort5age on Ihe lollownl dcocribed Survaymg'. undar buamaaa the lictitleui, at, Immokalea.Florida. nama of. today on the Implications for InlereNtod at other times They ever said we'd have a 30 mln. upending "Ju"t about all my

38-Autos For Sale 49-Houses For RentS A lot 0'prop..ty.p..c.1 I to.t 01 land: lying In Wilkium, Land Surveying and that busliii'gsini'n of the (lending civil enter the labor force or drop out ute retire chow very wmk," time" on the IIhuw-' nu<'h more

Block 101 the Plat ol tha PHILIPn said firm it compotad ol the follow rights bill. as the kind of work they like or said Lclanc hayward almost than he l.tJnllodlId currently
IN EVERY WAY DEVELOPMENT according Ing pars onlwhosetta moo and pl.ce.of .
bdrm houta lurniaKad. Call ,RUST Plat recorded in resid encesareas follow: can handle expands)' or declines angrily 'That Was the WJt.k Is busy trying cut new people.
said
EVERY DAY MI 2.3191 after I. IS pm. Plat BOOk to I at pate 74 of the Horace Albert WHhiton SHE WANTS IT IN WRITING In their communities, That Was' le simply a program lie worries moHt about theketches

You',. safer it you soled 313If\ Public Racorda of Collier County. Boa 1041Immohalaa lOPrAV KIII1. (AP) City Modern home appliances have that nukes comments on what's knowing! that moat of
your nut Used Car Irom our VERY PRETTY HOUSE NEARBEACH Florida. which lot' or parcel (adatcnbad FlaOwnarahip Prtttriion of the
lock of top quality SpiC and AND TOWN SUM aa follow. of Wllknon Land Survayini Elitist i Jim miSt It possible for more mar going cm In the world" them cannot be honed to perfeo
Span guarantee d Used Cart. MER PRICE '10. Ml 23731 From tha Norlhw.n cornar of it at follow: TOI,peka Capital reports In his rlecl womull to hamlle both Hayward Is exocullve tlon In limited time.
Com and lor vourtalf. 5/151 10 South Horaco Albert' Wilkiton, 100'% pro.
in of
sue Sounds
IS. Township
Saction u'ilunirl.teS.ICeI rrirmne
12 Ch.v. Bal Are VI AT FURNISHED HOUSE Range 25 Cat. run South along It it my intention, to apply to the housework and outl PS. R&H I Owner 119500II 3 FOR BORN RENT NEAR KWIK the Watt line af said Section for Clark of the Circuit Court In and i tclrphone call from a Also compl(rating any assess nlirht NBC show moved to a Tuesday nlglit berthin
Ambassador Wagon CHEK. Ml 25770. 5/151 MO led; 1k andarun East par lor Collier County Florida, to rafia woman who wanted to ploP a club m"lIt of the nation's labor pic "1 think that all things con.
of Wildton LandSurvayma schedule
(act. air PS. PB all.I to the North line of said tar the said name the network
.. item
RAH 1595 00 Unlurn..h.d J bd,,,,. I 'bath Saction for SOS feet thanca run under tha provmont of noim ti a ilyq lure la a growing amount of sldctrpd we're doing pretty well,
II Olds 4 dr. AT. PS. Breokside Home.Unfureished South parpandicular to the North Chapter ion Laws of Florida Acttot "I heard that on a radio pro moonlighting In recent, years. although I'm never happy withIt Before the "Emmy" awards
PB. RiM 169500 line of said Section IS for 625 taat.thanca I 1941- before I balloting takes place there will
gram this morning cam This I the holding of more ,
II Rambler Amancan 1 bdrm 2 blthIroo.'d. run Waal paara lId' to said W tnata my hand this 15th day of and am always trying to
w.aon AT Poet air" 119900 waterfront homa.. North line. for W 21 taat to th. April' ISM to work" I'rtlffton told the than one Job by In* same per make It better," the producer be considerable: Incidental eleo
10 Ramblar Super Range. drapaa boatdock includad of the lands HORACE ALSCRT WILKISON she should have muchneeded tloneerlng lighting up the na.tlon's .
of beginning caller to
point $implymi son. Often this Is fain "
lid.. air 199 00 lit Fla Reel, Eatata d From Said Apr 17 24. May I. I UK #113 codllimnd. But all satire.
hereby C onvaye point rallfd ..rllrr.'l additional Income. Dut television screens.
10 Buck La Sabra t dr Mart Inc Office phona Ml of bagmnmg run Southerly to Easterly never
MOTP PS. PB AT 149900H 2 III!. Modal home MI 23473 along an arc 01 radios IS f.... NOTICE: UN6CK FICTITIOUS, know" die replIed "but often It l III to lift the family Into "W\ 're always In a rush," he Tonight for Instance, NBC's
MOTP
Lincoln Comp' aquip 4 dr w fact air 5/551 --- -- the 14 tO Center feet Ett of which and 151 arc feet it localad Southof TO WHOM NAME IT MAY LAW CONCERN *e beep > Ktiip Hook and those a higher status, to provide clu said, "and! much (II the time we Bob hope Theatre will re-nin

I Owner abova avg 1195 00 1 bdrm turn dream house the point of beginning. for 17.10 Notice It haraby given that the raid,:,,: annountrmrnta art tort of sired gadgirii! or more copes' have to cut, rewrite, even add "Two Is the Number" with the
60 Dodga Pionaar WagonVsATpsR&H lack room hoe glaaa Sliding :. Sauthttattarly: at undart"f nad purtuant to the "Fie' ."
1099 00 acraanadporch thanca run h.\I U> clap 'MJl lve vacations, new material between the dress performance that won Shelley
door ludnl to larga avIS" at III) 10 Last to South titiout Name Statute Sectionio5n9
19 Crown Imperial. 4 dr. Lovely kath with Sunken an with a line parallal to tha North : Laws of Florida. IMI will, rehearsal and the time wv're on Winters a nomination And on
HD TP axcal condo 1195 Of til* tub. N came w Sea Gate Ima of Section II for 101 feet register, with the Clerk of the Circuit the air. Occasionally something Sunday ABC's "Arrest and Trl.al" .
I ownar School Ml 2315 4/22.11 less lo the watart of tIle Court. In .nd for Collier County.
or
more
59 Pontiac CanvAT -- -- Dradgad Ch annelshown on said Florida. upon receipt' of proof of the that looked okay In the dress re.hearsjil will repeat< the "Journey
PS. PB 109500 bdrm. houia; for rant Fur Plat I hencersn NorthalarlyIma publication of this notica tha fit1Iio. bothers us when It gone Into Darkness" episode that
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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS China Rejects Brother Of LateS.


Friday M.y 8, It.4 Viet PresidentTo

Jt Soviet Bid For .

Die Saturday

Court HaltsUnauthorized ; .:* Peace MeetingTOKYO SAIGON South Viet| Nam

(AP) Mgo Dlnh Can, younger
(AP) Communist brother of the late President

S China today denounced Mos. Ngo Dlnh Diem and former
yp
cow's proposal for an Interna.ttonal viceroy of central Viet Nun, 1s
conference of Communist to die before a firing squad Ina

parties this fall as part of a plot Saigon prison Saturday.Can .

"to accelerate an open split In 53, who ruled the northern ,
Rail StrikeCHICAGO the international Communist capital of Hue and sur.

movement." rounding provinces with an Iron

(AP) C.S. mar. / t A Peking broadcast said sucha hand until his brother was over.

halt served a court order early meeting is not likely within thrown last November, was con.vlcted .
today ending the last of strike the next four or five years "or last month of murder.A .
against four railroads by fire even longer." military tribunal also con.

men protecting the elimination Peking made the statement in vlcted him of corruption, extor.

of hundreds of firemen's jobs rejecting a Soviet timetable 6 n'yMwy tlon and abusing his power In
under an arbitration ruling. calling for a preparatory addition to ordering the torture

The marshals served the tem. Chinese-Soviet meeting this death of three persons In 1956,

porary Injunction against 25 month, to be followed by an in. Can, member of a family
pickets at the Joliet, 111., switch. ternatlonal conference of Com. dominant In South Viet Nam fora

tag yards of the Elgin, Joliet munlsl parties in the fall to decade until all except him

and Eastern Railway. M deal with the split between the "; were killed or exiled, main
Th order was Issued In a two Red giants tanned he was Innocent.

special night session by U.s. In a letter sent Thursday to

District Judge Julius J. Hoff. the Soviet Communist party, ..,, \
-t "t; Bryant Explains
man in Chicago. I the Chinese Communists sug. I "

More than 800 railway work. gested a year from now wouldbe ."" j Suspension Of
en had respected the picket the most appropriate time *" ,
lines set up by the 23 firemen 4 4a for a meeting between their two -- Broward ClerkTALLAHASSEE t

Thursday after brief strikes parties. NEW ERA BEGIN I S .
-The French uprlmnh'SlIbm.rln' Gymnott floits In Cherbourg AP) Gov.'
against three other railroads Peking declared an Interna. harbor after liunehlng The 3,800.ton craft U pombl, forerunner of French atomic subs, Farris Bryant said( that he sus.
had already ended. tlonal meeting of Communist
1 W. E. Bunch as Broward *
Firemen struck at 12:01 am. parties required! a series of pended
pre Sumner remained on rates to drowsiness. Circuit Court clerk six
Shapiro, cause They County
Thursday the hour of the start
paratory steps to make it a
duty in Moscow. suffered harm how. the official
Two no physical hours after receiving
of the Job elimination, againsttwo success Drugged
Illinois switching lines, the The embassy disclosed Thurs. ever, the department said. state audit report showing$55,.
"Judging by clrcum.
Toledo, Peoria t Western Rail. 1 J t td stances," said present a New China day night that it had protested U.S. officials said they did not 000 deficit In Bunch's office ae:.
to the Soviet that know of theft of documentsor
government any counts
road and the Peoria & Pekln ilf News Agency broadcast monl.
Union Railway But about 10 lY't11tMi w f tored in Tokyo "It Attaches Off the three officers were drugged' attempts to compromise the Bunch later was indicted by a
might
require
hours later the walkout was 1 perhaps four to five March 25 while on a trip to the: attaches while they were asleepin grand Jury which said there was
officials years, Black Sea port of Odessa where their hotel rooms. a time lag between the audit re.
called off by of the or even longer to
complete
Brother of Locomotive Firemenand these preparations., American ships have been dock. Last February, two U.S. naval port and the governor's action.
after For ing with wheat shipments.The attaches were harassed by a Asked about the actions In a
Englnemen telephone Communist
China
Its HolidayMOSCOW
: gave British Foreign Office an. mob In Leningrad In March, two news conference Thursday Bry.
Ington. The strikes had Idled tens exchanged between Mos. nounced that an assistant Brit U.S. Air Force attaches and a ant said he hadn't known about

about PSOworkers. ,f cow and Peking since Novem. (AP-Two ofthe ish naval attache Lt. Cmdr. British air force attache were the alleged money shortage un.
Pickets appeared at the Penn. ( A'yp'r tifit ber 1963. American military attaches who John Harvey amuel, was with surrounded by a mob in Tula. til the audit report wait made.but .
said they were drugged In Odes. the Americans and also was These Incidents also were pro. that It was released whilj
Railroad's
sylvanla .
Conway, "Judging by present circum.
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Pa. the world's sa left today for Leningrad and drugged. The British Joined In tested and a U.S. Embassy he was attending the World's
yards, largestat staryes, not only Is It impossible
Finland.An the American protest. spokesman said the embassy Fair opening In New York.
dawn left
but they shortly to hold the two party
after noon. About 400 of the ":. Yr talks In May but It will also be American Embassy spokes. British sources said Harvey. suspected both mobs were "In. The governor said that he arrived .
1,200 workers affected man said they were going to Samuel and his wife also had spired" by Soviet officials home at 4 p. m. and that
were by too early to hold them In October .
the strike. r the Red Chinese Helsinki, the Finnish capital, for left Moscow for Warsaw but the al 10 p. m. that night Issued the
,
All four strikes were un. '. said reply a brief holiday and would returnto sources said they left their year. order suspending Bunch from of.

Author/! union officials said, I "We consider It more Moscow. old son with his English nurse flee."The
appropriate
The attaches are Air Force U. and would return. with clerk Is a constitutional
and In defiance of a ICWay re. to postpone them until RELie4I a
order Col. William 1.. Van Meter and The attaches reported they officer" said the governor "He
training prohibiting sometime In the first half
d 1 Marine U. Col. James felt unusually after din. is not
Walkouts Issued Tuesday In : .. of next year, say May. And if M. Lan. drowsy costWANT I subjected to day.by.daysupervision
The State said
drlgan.A nero Department by the governor.And
Washington by Judge Alexander either the Chinese or the Soviet
Holt off. party then considers that the third American who said he medical tests showed the men AD he was under bonds of $150,000for
Railroad ob. was drugged, U.S. Navy Cmdr. had been given enough barbltu. the protection of the public,"
representatives time Is still not ripe, they can
talned the court order becauseOf rti be further postponed"

reported strike votes taken on
several lines throughout the
,'.-ui
Country A hearing is set for +. ,
Monday Adm. Nomura


I HELP WANTED FEMALE Beauty, charm, @

To poise and personality are requirements for the

Bryant Stay successor to the "Miss Florida World" throne, to Ex Jap EnvoyTo

be relinquished June 18-20 by its 1963 occupant, e

Out Of Runoff Miss Lanita Kent of Ft. Pierce. The'anual beauty ''lo1Iw
kA
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. pageant prelude to the Miss USA and Miss U.5. DiesTOKYO '

Farris Bryant says he Intends World spectacles later this year, will be held at w

to stay on the sidelines In the the Cape Coral Yacht and Racquet Club for the AP Adm. Klchls.

second primary duel lor gover. second consecutive year Entrants should writeto aburo Nomura( ,)-Japan's ambassador

nor"I of will Florida.not be Involved In this Miss Gayle Carson, contest director, 227 Miracle to the United States when I

campaign," said the governor at Mile, Coral Gables, until May 20. Girls be. his country attacked Pearl Har.

the weekly news conference tween 17-27 are eligible to enter and competefor bor died today after a long 111.

Thursday. It was the same stand prizes which include an all-expense paid trip ness. He was 86. Terrific GiftFrom

he took In the first primary.But to Detroit, Aug. 22.29, for the Miss USA contest. Nomura and special envoy Sa.
of the
his administration was buro Kurusu received one

, tine of the main Issues In the six. stiffest tongue-lashings In dip. Our
it possible to muster the re lomatlc annals when they ar.
way race, with Fred O. ViI'kln. Dirksen Ask
To qulred two-thirds majority to
lion of West Palm Beach tabled\ rived at the State Departmenton
by the other five candidates. asBryanl's choke off a filibuster by South Dec. 7, 1941 bringing Japan's
AccommodationsSection ern opponents. rejection of the latest U.S. peace
itolltiral heir. HII said he saw little chance formula. Bombs had Just begun
"I don't feel I was an Issue, Petticoat Adimiral
of in the Sen. Shop'Here
said Bryant. "While people attacked making headway falling on the Pacific outpost.
me, I didn't defend IB)'. Changes ate debate, now In its 51 st day, Seething with anger Secretaryof
pending the outcome of these State Cordell Hull kept No.

self Bryant said he felt that he had WASHINGTON (AP) Senate conferences on amendments mura and Kurusu waiting 15mIn.
Dirksen told newsmen theprpllt'nlatlun utes In anteroom.
leaders announced there an Are Some
kept more completely out or the
of his amend They entered Hull's office
would be session
than other no Saturday In
rare any governor the civil menu to the section of the bill smiling and bowing and handed
had done previously. When Bryant rights debate It was
another sign that prohibiting discrimination In him the Japanese note. He readit Last Gift
ran, then Gov. LeRoy Col- pressure Minute Selections
line actively campaigned for his through! prolonged sessions was privately owned places of pub. slowly, without betraying his
easing off.Sen.dnrs. lie accommodation would mark fury, even at the sentence, "The
Carlton I Jr.
opponent' Uiyle
J when "the end of the trail as far as immutable policy of Japan Is to
The rare, said Bryant, Indicated applaudc' Sen. "
that a landtdate didn'thave Hubert II. Humphrey' Minn., my proposals are concerned promote world peace." Beautiful Bernar'do Shorts with Matching Blouses
Humphrey and other aclminls.trallon Then Hull exploded telling the
the ,
assistant
to have amounts of leader, mid the
huge Gorgeous Bernar'do Slacks enhancing complete boating outfit.
Senate would recess! at the close leaders have been insls. two shacked envoys: your
to make
a good raceHigh -
money had only a fraction of the of today's business until Mon tent on having all of Dlrksen's "In all my 50 years of public Blairmoor Sweaters lightweight and colors are Tahoe Blue, Lemon

money that other candidates got d.t'. amendments put on the table service I have never seen a Peel and Sugar White.
before committing themselvesto document that was more crowd.
--but neither did the race show The Senile has met every in Madras with
Saturda time the tliMule st.ut any agreementDltksen's ed with Infamous falsehoods and Large assortment of canvas Sailing Carryall Bags
that money was not needed ed March 9 except for the East support is regardedas distortions Infamous false signal code initialing from cigarette size to World's Fair size.
"If candidate's
a expenses| go essential, however, to round. hoods and distortions on a scaleso
Parkas.
weekend. and Nylon
too ft Blue Denim Sailing Parkas featherweight
high, he runs the risk of a
the 07 votes that will be
Ing up huge that I never imagined
public reaction said The leaders also up|*>ar prar,
the
governor tli'all to nel."Ic'd-1C all 100 senators vote until today that any government Crazy Gob Hats, beautifully decorated.
have
) abandoned night
"But do
have to have
joif sessions In the iiiaiathon delete -to put the Senate's debate-Urn on this planet was capable of ut. Soap Miniatures, sea shells and sea horses designs.
to
enough get to
the people" your message The leaders\ are luring theirhoi.es ,itlng cloture rule Into effect terlnit them." Just Arrived the all new Burgee Pillow for the sea-side home, clubor
for Nomura, who had been assigned .
of the
Commenting on the growing |usage bill on boat.

run belief twice that before a candidate he can win has the to the.negotiations office of being Senate. tomlmted Republican In Somebody Goofed; months earlier to Washington, repeatedly nine de. Boarding Hemp Mats in the old traditional lovers knot pattern.

governorship, Bryant said that Leader Everett M. plikten' of Puts Old Glory the nled attack any advance which knowledge of Always your Keds headquarters.
brought the
Illinois
to work
In a state as large as Florida it out a packageof
amendments to the On Wrong United Slates Into World War 11.
takes time to make the personal bill. Up Day
"I must have been the
Toda 's worst.
) stud|\ was of changes
contacts, and that a candidate *
Dirksen Hants In the public Jicoiumodatious DECOIUH, Iowa (U'Somebod )- Informed ambassador In his.
bus time In two than
more races
bet ..ion )' flubbed\ and flags In tory," he said un a visit to the
one.But A key rigor In} negotiations honor 01'E Da) the d.n of United Stales In 1953. A
neither Kelly nor High has
aimed at breaking the Senate's Allied victor In Europe during U.S. officials rl.'nerallyaccl'pt.
run for the before and the
post Impasse wet the House.passed World War n, were put up a da\ ed Nomura's denial and did not
second race factor be nut
can measure, Dliksen already has In advance Thursday. press for his prosecution as a
weighed. by others, Bryant observed presented 69 proposed) amend When. people' telephoned Bill war criminal

lie said he was surprised that meats to other sections In con. Walker, Chamber of Commerce A 1.111. spoken career navy 1Dt

the candidates who are members ferenres held In his office this manager, and Bob Bernatz, officeromura was drafted for
week, street commissioner the diplomatic
of the Legislature did not do bet. they were asklgnmrnl be. 0
ter In the running. Of the three Paitlclpallng In the conferences told cause he was known in Washing
have been Senile; leaders "Todav the flags are being ton as an advocate of peace with
top men, only Kelly has had legislative
experience All three of both parties and All}. Gen. flown In honor r of Sam Sande; the United States.In .

men in the bottom standingswere Robert F. Kenied> and his topsides birthday I They also I wilt be the postwar years, he was 1
present or former ieglsla. III the civil rights field flown tomorrow In honor of \'EDa ; a business executive was S

tors. Sera Hubert H. Himiphie, as. >." elected to the Japanese SenateIn .
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slstant Democraticleader and Sam was a member of the 1959. and he opposed tt.e left.

Some astronomers have mig. floor manager: .,,I die bill, has crew that put up the flags Ut campaign. against the l$,.
tested that cosmic r.lII may expressed hope' the talks will Japan Seturttx Treaty.
'have made moon dun elan jinni*. produce agieemcnt cm a packageof His health filled In recent
ly radiua lIvf, amendment Hut will makeNAPLES Jarrard Urges tears and he was under treat

FDC Chairman Be mesh for a brain ailment He Is
survived>' his widow and a

FLY inft-rguzrig'' Put In Cabinet son OPEN SUNDAYS In Cat* You

-- -r 5 MIAMI JACKSONVILLE ,.,p- Wen Jeep Falls Out Forgot Mother
dell Jarrard, chairman of the

Florida Development, Commts Of Plane Lands
skin, has recommended ,that the ; From BOA T
New Year Round Daily Schedule Job be made a cabinet position On Power Line

Naples To Miami "Even though I m) self am apolitical fOR1.'LTOS BEACH, fb.
appointee I believe ware LAP) Suburban residents HAVEN
7.45 A.M. 11:30: AM 3,45 PM.: long pant the place where searched lor almost an hour be.

this Important agency can operate lore th..v hound the cause of an
Miami To Naples as a dumping ground for electrlcit) failure Thursday.

9.00A.M. 2:15: P.M 500 P.M. political pationage," Jarraidtold When two emplojes of the city NAPLES inc. j
a civic club Thursday gulf course located the trouble,
CtniertloM sad Reservations u any past I. ,,f . J<'t'l1110II\ AlrForceClSO
/NAPLES AIRLINES Jarrard, who has resigned ef cargo piihe: app.remij fell out
f ctlve June 1, said thai the of the I raft and parachutedonto
COMMM.
N"IH Alr *rt a Miami AirportMl shirts In the administration of a p ter line.

M
city Ticket tinn N ,le. Teasel Agency 4 Cnwr new governor are a "flagrant company f" rkmj, said( the
waste of the taxpayers money." lines Yo'l nlj but led.


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