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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 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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10 CENTS 4>h YEAR NUMBER 203 Add one hour for Marco
t' 'DAY" MAY 10, 1944 20 PACES



'Beagles And Bagels'
Growers To Air Views In Now Orleans


LBJ Raps Doctors For




Key Cane HearingSet Opposition To MedicareNEW




YORK (AP)-President Johnson returned to Washing
Johnson Joked yesterday at the ton Friday after 32 hours of

World's Fair about beagles and barnstorming through six states

19thAn bagels, and In an ap| arance lie showed no sign of fatigue,
For May before a labor union audience, which was fortunate In view of

rapped the nation's doctors for today's Itinerary.
opposing hit medicare props Johnson told the clothing
workers they had helped him In

ala.In an address at the 50th the past, adding, "And who

Important public hearing The USDA on April 3 announced credit, for use In establishingthe r. birthday Clothing meeting of Workers the Amalgamated I'n- help knows-me It out may again be that, sometime you can

to study acreage allotments for the Department was 1965-crop proportionate said soon"
ton AFL-CIO, Johnson
the 1965 sugarcane crop has considering establishing acre- shares,to those acreages planted 1 medical, Insurance for the aged Soon, It turned out, meant
been scheduled for Tuesday age allotments for the 1965 to sugar cane prior to April would help physicians by In. right now

May 19, at 10 a.m. In the crop, simultaneously announcing 15, 1964. This deadline was creasing their chances of getting "First," said the President,
Jung Hotel New Orleans, L>. consideration was being later extended to May 1. viltl for their services "We must stand together on the

Announcement was made yes- given to limiting 1964 acreage The April 13 announcementalso There were 8,0001erwms In the civil rights bill. 1 want to say
rday by the United States Department stated that production of TM NtI fair's outdoor singer bowl, with In New York today what I said

of Agriculture, Agri- sugar from 1963 crop of sugar the temperature In the 70s.. In Atlanta esterdiyt 'Because
cultural Stabilization and Con- Indict TopPoliticos cane in the mainland area exceeds As things now stand, Out Pres.lilent the Constitution requires It, and

serration Service from the current quota by almost I iS a said, hospitals, druggists, Justice the demands constitutional It, we mustprotect
first rights
nurses and others get paid
300,000 tons. "With no restrictions
Florida State Office in Gaines-
of all our citizens, regardless of
from the sometimes meager
ville. this year, acreage in __ r T -. .- .------ savings of the elderly. IXxrtors, race, religion or the color of
The public hearing will be InMassachusetts Florida Is estimated to be about Friday by their skin' "
MRS. RICHARD JENSEN (r) was chosen "mothei-of-the-year" he said, get paid If there's anv.
held to receive views and recommendations 40 per cent greater than last Citizens Club of Shadow lawn School. A gift waspiesented thing lelt. Johnson said that "Just as you
of the Young
and that for Louisiana members and I stand together In this
year
"with respectto Lela Richarde that Insurantewould
Emphasizing
of the club! Mrs. ,
about 10 per cent greater than by Dianne Hughes, secretary cause, we must also Join forcesIn
farm take care of hospital
establishing propor- 1.U.NEWS .
left. See Page
of the Young Citizens Club, looks on at the "
the war on poverty
tionate shares for 1965 sugar 1963 crop. In view of the sponsor ( photo) bills, leaving old people more
cane crop in the Mainland foregoing and possibility of money to pay doitors, Johnson It was virtually a carbon copy
AP A wholesale of Imposition -- - of the President's exhortationsto
Area FlorIda BOSTON ( ) large carryover sugar, said of l'hy.lrl..n.1"Why
Cane Sugar namely,
batch of Indictments has des of restrictions on the In the name of goodness Southern audiences' The only
and Louislana'The ceniled figures In both ; I this bill departure was the addition of a
on top 1965-crop acreage appears ne are tney fighting ,
future of the cane .
sugar major political parties In blsssa- I don't know." section dealing with labor legls.latlon.
Industry in Collier County may chusetts In a sweeping Investigation cessary. .
\depend considerably ontheout- of corruption| In the state (Continued on page 2) JOKING OPENERThe Said Johnson! "We must ex.

come of this hearing. Don Lan- government. v Chief Executive began by tend the Fair Labor StandardsArt

der, county agriculture agent, A special grand Jury returned v lgl/i re Joking that union president Ja to Include more than two
Treadwell 137 indictments against 26 persons Probe ShootingOf million workers who now lack
and Tom attorneyfor cob ft. Putofsky had threatenedto
the Immokalee Sugar Cane Friday, charging such cancel the presidential ap. this basic protection."We .

Growers Co-op, win attend. It crimes as bribery, larceny, re. Pilot In pea ranee, Johnson quoted Po. benefit must standards t establish for federal state

U expected a number of coun- questing bribes and conspiracy tofsky as saying, "These peopleare Insurance
will also be The list of the accused was pretty mad because you unemployment pro..
ty growers pre federal supplementary
topped! by House Speaker JohnF. Plane CrashCONCORD pulled the ears of a bagel." grams-and
for the
sent hearing. program to extend ben.
from
Thompson, a Democrat
A bagel Is a doughtnutshapedroll.
Copies of the public hearIng and one of his Republican Nits for an additional period of
Ludlow, Calif AP)-The A beagle Is a dog. "
announcement have been predecessors, Charles Gib FBI has established that a heav. After drawing a round of up to 26 weeks

mailed for distribution to grow- bons. lly insured passenger apparent. laughter and applause, Johnson
ers. "I have great faith In the Integrity I h' shot the pilot of an airliner went on to talk about beagles)
of our courts Thomp. lust l before It crashed near Con. "I found out one thing. Big Week t
son said, "and I will. be vlndl 't'tOfd Thursday, killing all 41 Beagles hive si constituency"
(t,. /***"''" aboard The plane was cruising Ho referred, of course!, to the
Cabinet Quits Atty. Gen Edward W. Brooke,, at 5,000 feet cm a flights from Hood of critical malt he re-

a Republican, directed presen Reno to Eon Francisco when calved after being photographed In
Amid Furore In I at ion of the evidence during the the sholltlnglcrurrl'd.. holding one of his own |letbeagles CityBuilding
10 weeks the Jury was sitting. The man's name and the ben. by the ears.

Brooke said suppression of .rftclary of his newly purchased Mrs. Johnson, who attended
South KoreaSEOUL legislation was involved In mostof policy were not immediately "U Trovatore" al the Metro.
the allegations. He said the disclosed potitan Opera Friday night and

Korea (AP) The legislation would have affected An Informed source said the stayed overnight In New York,

South Korean cabinet resigned agencies handling small lens F FBI had. traced ownership of a Joined her husband at the fair. It was a rousing week at the
Saturday amid clamor by the ruling Also Indicted were 10corpora, powerful revolver found In the MOTHER-OF-THE-YEAR honors, conferred annually by the two local Johnson carried to New York of Naples building office,
Democratic Republican tlons, Including nine small loan wreckage to a man who took out chapters of Beta Sigma Phi roes to Mrs. Austin Evans A ceremonial tea the same appeal| l he voiced re. Clly Building Official Bert Pinks I

party for Increased representa- companies and 17 of their off I.c I. an Insurance policy In excess of was held for Mrs. Evans Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Brandt peatedly this cook to audiences as ton signed 21 permits adding up

tlon In the government. rats. $50,000 cm his life Just before Watson in Pine Ridge A corsage, a loving cup and other mementos were In the Deep South Promote to 13,302 worth of new con.

Bee Park Brooke said the defendants boarding the plane. presented "To a good mother of six children, a mother active in church, civil rights and wipe| out poverty. ruction..
President Chung will be arraigned as soon as
check In
An FBI laboratory
Other recognition was accorded by the Wood The total for one week of May
resl\nol. ,
the \ school and community
quickly acceded possible. the said de. In
Washington, source After two lays Appalachla totalof
exceeded the entire April
lions naming Foreign Minister The evidence put before the Chrysler-Plymouth Agency in providing Mrs. Evans with a new car for a
termlned; that the revolver, a and the South, Johnson was with quite a bit to
$390,392
Chung D-kwon to succeed Pre. grand Jury was gathered by the .337 Smith 4 Wesson Magnum, "long trip" on Mother's Day weekend. Mrs. W. C. Marshall, president of armed with a speech likmtlcol! The Holiday Inn permit

mien COOl rkx --Un. State Crime Commission, a contained six spent cartridgesthat Delta Nu, looks on at left. The other chapter joining In choosing the moth. In thought-even In phrasing -' spare and 10 housing starts account ,

Chung, 43: a retired army body established last year by had been fired recently.The er-of-the-year is XI Beta Nu. (NEWS photo) to those he delivered below the ed. for most U the activity during .

general, had served as umlussador the legislature.: Its membership source confirmed that a Mison>1xon Line. the week.
to the United States, consists of prominent private tape recorder found In the Firing--- :Squad "I want to say In New York today W. O. B. Inc. of Memphis,
France and Tul key before his citizens of both parties but no wreckage tarried: the voice of Soviet May Not Be Cuban Exiles what I said In Atlanta yes home city of Holiday Inns of

recall last Dec'emb.r to Join the current orrkeholden.Thoml'son pilot Freest A. Clark, saying, 2-Man Snuffs Life Of terduy," (he President declare* America, is the contractor for
Chol government.Choi was accused of requesting "'My God, I've been shot. Ready For Claim To Be In remarks prepared for his late. the CO-unit Holiday Inn and res.
and accepting bribes Then a Just be. Dinh Can at the !Sot
tame scream, Space Hops In '64 Ngo morning paran< e taurant at 1100 Ninth Street
announl"lnr the rl'slgnJ'tlons and conspiracy lie was named fore the twin-engine Pacific AirLines birthday party of the Amalgamated .
North. Owner is Motel
Naples
after an hour.long\ cabinet In 31 Indictments covering 1960 plane went Into Its dive FLORENCE, Italy (AP) A Set For Attack While SAIGON 200, officials Viet Nam and(AP newsmen ) -. Clothing Workers Union, Corp., whose executives Include
through 1962, plus conspiracy from mile that ended withIn
meeting, said they would give a up top Soviet space scientist haaIndicatl'd Sal. AFLC1O. C. B. McEachin and Robert
from 1954 to date. explosion In pastureland WASHINGTON AP Exllsources watched, a firing squad
Park a free hand In reshuffling the Soviet. Union may ( ) Dlnh Can Mayes, operators Holiday Inns
,
and "pave the Thompson suspended| himself southeast c>f Concord. able beat United Elates said today that attacksby urdav executed Ngo Estl.
not be to
the government brother of the late in Indiana and Kentucky.
way for closer cooperation between as speaker shortly after the Indictments Speculation arose that the gunelder plans to begin missions by two. antl-CaMro Cubans on Com. the President younger Ngo Dlnh Diem Can County Building mated construction cost I.$268.,
and theopposition were made public lie ( had lost heavily at theReno late this munlst Cuba appear probable at
the government man space ships yearor 350.
died blindfolded! and strapped|
named as his stand In Majority tables.
gambling Spokes.nen
moment.
any
camp early In 1965. of R.W. Wood is the contractor
Leader John Davoren, a Demo. for the two largest casinos Spokesmen for various exile to a pole In the middle a Week-$95,522 residence
In a brief statement, Chol 'rat, "until these charges art In Reno said there was no Indl. American plans for the action groups in the United prison soccer field In Saigon for a planned $45,932 South for
at 360 18th Avenue
said the resignations were In. d;>term Ined." cation: of any unusuall heavy launching of two-man Gemini States appeared unanimous In Ills body crumpled and hung The Collier County build- Julius Lesser. Architect Is Wll.
his
for In. Gibbons A Republican waslamed losses b the be. space capsules were outlined In commando assaults limply as blood streaked
tended to pave the way > a patron night predicting .
Issued 14 Ham W. Zimmerman.F
the annual U.S. report to the In. black rloak and white silk pan Ing department permltl
Ad economicatabhlty In 21 Indictments rharging fore the crash. Cuban soil
creased political soon on .
build 511
will $ ,
B Schreck a
In the first week of May, .
He said he had no he accepted bribes In 1961 The FBI did nut give the exact ternatlonal Committee on Space They said such attacks before lalonns. station at
doubt that Park would accept and 1902. During that time he amount of machine-dispensed in. Research COSPAR nowmeeting May 2O-Cuba'i independence( Can had been convicted of adding up to $05,522: worth of 1863 000 Texaco Ninth Street service North, Just
them. was state commissioner of administration aurance taken out b> the owner in Florence. anniversary--appear all but cer. murder and other crimes while new const met Ion.
south of the Naples Sh'lJ>plnrCenll.'r.
and finance of the revolver The American report, prepared lain viceroy of Central Viet Nam. Two large commercial per Issued
A was
Choi's 18.man Cabinet was In 1960, Gibbons was the Republican Another mystery to be solved by the Space Science Significantly, various cities U.s. Ambassador Henry Cabot mits accounted for a big share permit for the
oeM
Job
last September
sworn In last Dec. 17 when Park candidate for governor was whether the passenger IIhot Board of the National Academyof with large exile populations I re. Lodge had tried In vain to persuade of the total. A 70 by 122- tlmating cost at $33,000. A ree.llI4Id.clllt
took oath as civilian chief ex. losing to Foster Furrolo who only Clark i>r also shot copilot Science, Washington, and a ported the disappearance of the Viet Nam govern foot structural steel I build- permit In the amountof
ecutlve, ending his 31 month was reelected to ;a second two Raimond E. AndrekS Jr and similar Soviet report were pre. groups of young men during re. merit to save his life. Ing on trIeS south side of Im- $24,000 was processed] this
military rule. >ear term. *vardes Marjorie t:" SchuVr, sensed to C06PAR toda). cent weeks Can, S3, the last Important mokalee will be the new homeof last week.

-. __I .-.... ._..--t The Russian report did not U.S. officials said they knew Dlnh member family of the remaining powerful In VietNam Ngo Rumsey Implement Co., a MORE NEW HOMES
say when the Soviet, Union nothing of any assault plans, but )
Construction Co.
onto the fieldIn farm Implement sales and service Michigan
or was brought
,
might launch another man In exile sectors here and In
space vehicle but said past Florida there seemed a convlc. a stretcher. In late years he firm. Dob Dean of Fort took out several dwelling per.

1 root"4 I nof maimed space flight had ",t!! tlon that something Is about to suffered from diabetes and re Myers U building the 129,600 mils.guest They house Include for s C.residenceand Price,
't centl had a heart attack structure.A .
some new problems occur. 1801 Third Street South $19,000
;;
27 by 33-foot milk locker

room Is being built by the Borden 1927 residence Crayton for Road$20,000 L.J. Alexandroff, .,

Kelly May Sue To Get RecountTALLAHASSEE Co. for $15,000 at the Naples lance for Dr. H.A. Prager,605Sixth

Commercial Center, east Avenue North,SI3O of the Davis Blvd. U.S. 41 dance for N.D. Honnaford, 1330:
cif''! 'AP)-Third" the board the secretary of second plan and ahead of Kellyb Intersection Mandarin, $12,300 and residence

place candidate Scott Kelly rebuffed state, attorney general and 2,208 votes Kelly contentedthat Whltaker and Nichols are for Bert S. Taylor,479Spinnaker
lose vote among
mptroller- b) the state canvassing / '> Court .
residence $18,000.HoMILl
an $8,544 at
to order recount. Ac more than one million cast to building
a
take thorn)
board to
planned yesterday Homes Is building a
Gardens In North Naples -
the board said candy be ac reject without a recount. Sorrento
whatever legal action was nee tuall $32,000 residence for Robert G.
e essar) for s statewide recount dates must seek recounts Meanwhile, front runner Mayor for Jim Solvent Raskin Baker, SilO Harbour Drive, and a
of the first primary voting for through the courts. Ha>' Y cove, r. Kelly hat petitioned the board already was well Into his second 17,718 houses at Twin LakesIn S37 Mooring Line Drive Ruten.

In den Ing Kell)'s request Fri for a general recount, saying primary campaign.Kelt North Naples, at 1034 and berg Construction Co. Is build.
dai the board delayed until 5 discrepancies were found between ) and High also togas loon) North Alhambra Circle. Ing an $11,000 house for Alfred

1 p.m. Friday the official certlfl the published vote and the campaigns. Stephen P. Kobak Is the own- E. Beairsto, 1589 Osprey Avenue.
ration of the statewide vote. In totals In some counties By 5 p.m. Friday', only one of er of a J8.240 residence In Wlggs and Maale took out a
addition, the board ordered the He pointed out the posslbillt them will be in the runoff against East Naples being built by 10,000 foundation permit for a
67 :ount> supervisors of regls of error; but he did not charge Burns Cloyde Mulllns. Emile Jane contemplated residence A dctt.
ration to keep their vote machines fraud or wrongdoing In his poll The final state wide canvass sun Wood at 1777 Galleon Drive
locked and their paper of the first primary will not ST. Is building a $6,000 house Charles' Puchhaa is building a
ballots secure. tlon.Later, he told newsmen he be certified until 5 p.m. Friday at Paoltta near the east coun- $3,000 guest house at 328 Sixth

The action was taken to give was preparing to file suits In candidates will know fairly certalnly ty line. Street South.Universal.
candidates time to seek court orders courts In Lade and Broward how then fared In theelection Loach Homes U contractorfor Guano is building

NATIONAL HOSPITAL WEEK ( May 10.16)) was officially recognized in for a vote recount and to counties for a recount of votes by midday Thursday. a $5,000 safes office at Isles a $'7aOO pool, dimensions 40 by
the votes there. Recounts already were That's the time Mrs. DorotrnGltsson of Capri and Robert B.
issued Friday by Mayor Archie Turner shownat preserve 29 feet, at Gulf Towers coopers
Naples with a proclamation made In Pasco Escarnbu and director of the sorts.
Mrs. A. R Otherwise, the supervisors Dearth Is the owner. Hager live apartment building,1977 Gulf
his desk signing the document. Looking on from left are would clear the vote machines HUlsborough counties tarp of state's election division, Construction Is putting up a Shore Blvd. Wlggs and Maale arc
Staley, auxiliary president Joseph Bertolami Naples Community Hospital( In l preparation for the May 26 Vote tabulations by the Assor estimated her office would "have temporary storage building building a ",500 fUter house lor
administrator; and Mrs. S. F. Brings, president, hospital board of trustees. second primary. See page 10-A. (NEWS photo) In a statement Issued Friday, King Hijh of Miami was In certlf l< :altos



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COUNTY NEWS Sunday. May 10. 1964Bryams' -- .,

Review '".'1'.". '. .J J For The Record-Here's What



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tIIIiIiC" ;/ f Sj" Candidates for Collier County COMMISSION DISTRICT $220. Contributors, B.C. part: ,

nil, y offices meeting legal require. A. C. Hancock expenses., $10, and F.C. McIntosh 1
't : mcnts, filed expense accounts on 65781. Contributor, I.C. Me

; May 4, or before, and turnedIn Intosh $10. SHERIFFE.A.
records from a low of $15 Cecil Drake expenses. Doug Hendry exper ,

to a high of 153674. 110411. DualEvans $1,149.74. Contributors, Mel'

'The Mouse That Roared'By S. J. Kleblne candidate In Dls. $50 and RonaldrW War. dlth Strong, $100; L.A. He,"",

tlrct 3, and Clifford Geiger, candidate dell, $200. $%00. Tony RosbouRh. $150; i :
for constable In District Miller. $150; Carl Glidden.Ji i ;

I. each filed an expense accountof COMMISSION DISTRICTS and JA. lk+ndry, TIOO.

John and Marian Byram $16.!' B. M. Sentell, expenses E.P. FrlUhey; expen .,'

Ewell F. Moore, candidate for No contributors. $625.50. Contributor,James i
There are obviously two ways Nor, it must be noted with regret 143886.
the Commission In District !S I Hennlng expenses go, $200.
William
to review a derivative piece, suchas did the performance of the
spent 1536.74 for high.A Contributors Bruce
from novelor local greatly mat. county $313.56.
a play adapted a group help
number of candidates D.C. Jones $70; SCHOOL BOARD DBT. 2
com.pletlug
$10
a motion picture fashioned I I ten on the opening night Pur. Jenkins ;
of the $5 Francis Us WhlUker, $1,267.35 .,
segments filing Elinor Birmingham b
from a novel or a play One way tlons of the first act were Inaudible .
Is to Judge the new work entirely and, the acoustical problem form, listed nocontrlbutorstothe Ford. $25; Raymond V. Fischer, contributors.
,:ampaign other than "seU"while Miller $100. ,Lillian Miller,
expenses
and
$10 Roy ,
on its own merits without indulging being what It Is, It proved easierto
others noted various, contribu Leo Chirkerlng, expense $%54.65. No contributors.
In elaborate critical com hear the second act from thee
parlstms which sometimes ar i'eighteenth row than the sixth. tore Emolee Barrett expense,
Invidious.The The direction lacked pace cu.s Candidates for County Com. $772.21. Contributors, W, T.
mission from District 5 filed Barrett $400 W.T.
; BarrettJi
,
other way, of course, 1 ; heslon and an rwer-all sty'lewilhand $86 Million
to hark back to the original I the result that some of the Indl. accounts as followsexpensealisted $250.

evaluate the adaptation in relation vldual ixrformarues In the cast first,contributions second,

to the merits of the bask: of thirty-three were a bit too and where no contributors are Appraisal Put SCHOOL BOARD DISTI 4
material. much so. b ,-- "WW' listed the candidates furnishedthe H.B. Watkins, Jr., expenses

The first method Is certainlythe As Professor Koknltz, Inven. campaign funds 69497. Contributors. F.C,
fairer, time the work under tar if the 0-bon.b Gerald Fitch POWER ON THE MOVE Racing long tike t plant, whale, the American submarine C. L. Carpenter, expenses On Davis EstateMIAMI Lee, $100; Jane Homer LeePQ

scrutiny necessarily has tosUnd I, managed tu stand out In a kind Diet cltivti the wattn of the Gulf of Mexico during test off the Miiiiiuppi, coast $312.50 No contributors. W.H. Gracely $25; James c,

on Its own feet. Only a portion of; of mad, Marxian way Ray Wain, The nucltar-powtrtd craft ii to replace the Thresher lost In the Atlantic' Ocean in 1983. Fred Edenfleld, espenses (APIndustrialist has Cochrun Jr., $25; Virginia Ea,!
the audience seeing a Mage or a reliable member of the Naples $1,010 contributors Charlotte Arthur Vlning Davis' estate wards, $10; Helen Mixer, $2n:! :
Crawford $500; J.R. Carter$10. been appraised at$86,629,282, Milton Link $25; Katharine P,
motion did .
picture dramatl/atlon In> Players what he could, which classified as bona fide
likely to have read the novel from wasnt tie much, with the part Hearing abandonment reage ) during of Success ClaimedIn and La Verne !E. Amos $500. less than a fourth of the fortune Cochran $5; Nick Minarlch$2':
any year attributed to him.
Pete Doub, expenses $724.79. popularly Gudrun $50 Miles
Hoffman Sco.
which ;
It sprang, and each medium of a pllllticalleader of the Duchy "
has Its own advantages, rules and I of Grand "enwlc k. In the role (Continued from page 1) the "base period, comprising British Action Contributors John Pulling $50, Executors filed In Dade Coun field, $15; Mrs. Thomas Burns,

restrictions. of the Due'hess, Ann Davis was Collier: are the crop years 1962. 1963 and Ralph Mays, $150; Jack Drilling, ty Judge's court Thursday their $10, C.O. Hoffmann, $5; Ira
attractively! regal and several County transfer growers of 1964. Each farm base wouldbe Against Bedouins $200, and C.B. Hartley, $30. Judgment of the "fair market Capelle $5; Mrs. Adelaide Gil
seeking a sugarpurchases established at the R.E. Black, $%68.96. value" of Davis' estate along flllan Denton '
NOW TO THE PLAY other pert and pretty young la. made the largerof THUMAIR, Federation of expenses $5 Woodward, $ :
Which dies were pleasantly| InvolvedIn on global (Ca) 100 plus per cent of the South Arabia (AP-The British No contributors. with a thick volume containing Leslie Johnston $5, Don Elferdlnk ;.
brings us, by a fairly market to a mainland quota. Ewell 381 Items of assets.
F. Moore expenses $5 Raymond List $10
the pruieedtngs average acreage on the farm field commander leading paratroopers ; ,
Circuitous route, to "The Mouse County growers, on a gamble 153674. Contributors B.W. Davis, of Miami became one C. Aplln Sparks $5 RosemondeW.
That Roared about Playing thn radio announcer for the base period or (b) 100per and Marines against ;
a mythical little, a comedy Grind Roger C. Walsh, Jr. was aud. have planted about 2,000 acres cent of the 1964 acreage. Bedouin rebels said today the Morris $50. of America's wealthier men Treadway, $15; Bruce Boyn
lIul'hywhlt'h 11 Ic of sugar cane seed for a 1965 ahead while he built the Aluminum Co. ton $25 Ida S. McKifc
and made his points, while "3. A farm proportionate campaign! Is moving ; ,
to tic
guts war against! Industrial giant -
of America Into
Don rh k.ln another small part crop. The present planting rapidly mid smoothly an $10; Leonard Latham, $5, and
United Stairs mid MirprlsliiEl share would be established for
U.S. Ag Department He died Nov. 19 1962.
would seed for about close to Helen T. Tracy $10.
managed! to express the ton- produce "We are very complete
wins .
It "The Mouse
That Uoar.ed each farm with a farm base Davis' will left the bulk of the
fusions of an air raid warden 20,000 acres of sugar cane success," Brig Louis liar. J. Copley, expenses'
IK a three way parlay, First by applying an appropriate adjustment Suggests Relaxing estate to two trusts to be used $9fi.8 : Contributors
who at his W.ABUT.
suddenly encountered bow for production In 1965. grove told newsmen ,
It ,
novel sugar
was a by Leonard Wilt
anil-arrow soldiers factor to bring the total desert 60 miles for charity, education science ton $10 R. Graham $5 E. La.
berley then a funny andunexpectedly In the atomic The USDA presented the following headquarters Juice Standards ; ;
; very of proportionate shares to the and religious work. He also gavea !!I
age north of Aden. "I am absolutely Cagnan $ ; H. Carpenter $20,
film which successful: British. One of '('nwh k'. medievally u basis for discussionat desirable acreage leveL delighted with the way the WASHINGTON CAP)-Relaxa- million dollars and his sumptuous F. Purcell $100; M. Strong$20;

cstalllshpd> PihrSel.lers accoutered soldiers literally the May 19 hearing; "4. An additional acreage operation has been carried lions In frozen concentrated or. estate "Journey's End", to S. Post, $5; and J. Nicholson,
In thin
lountry and lastlya "
1. standards which his Evelyn
Whatotalscreageshouidbe longtime secretary
play l hy ChrlstrpherSergel.In Mood head and shoulders ubove equivalent to about 1/4 of one out." ange Juice $10.
aliened leeway In manu. Mitchell.
would
this form It energy I mi tin- the nthi'r.. lie will, however not IFi per cent of the estimated total Object of the operation reminiscent permit
A facturlng and marketing have His Florida land holdings totaled :
( ) Thepresentbaslaquotaprovisions of "Lawrence of JUSTICE OF PEACE
stare of HIP Junior High School l>p singled out lest the over. of the proportionate shares for a
Auditorium feigned! lie unjustly accused of of the Sugar Act remain farms Arabia" campaign is to drive been suggested by the Agrlcul. nearly 100,000 acres under 0. W. Hancock expenses
Friday and Saturday of each state, would be
ture Department.The the control of Arvlda-arthv.rVlning
rebels from .
nights ax the season's final nepotism unchanged: for marauding away $803.16. Contributor Arthur
provided making equitable \.
pre.sentattou proposed revisions, agriculture Davls-Corp. and he was
the road from Aden Porter $30.
of thoNiplos The multl-steiipd play was done (B) The Administration'srecommendation strategic ,
Players. adjustments In farm shares. marketing specialistssaid the majority stockholder In First
without formal settings which to the Con- capital of the British-protected Nash Lloyd expenses, $511.76.
Judged solely Its
on own
usa
also would bring National Bank of Miami.
Friday
additional
sttislble Idea 5. An acreage, federation of 13 Arab sheikdoms Contributor Byron Royals, $100
comedy for the stage, "The was a and the cos. gress for unlimited market-
additivesand Before his death Davis' worth
Mouse turning! generally was theproduction's equivalent to about 1/4 of one to Dhala near the Yemen bore permitted ingredients Uel Myer expenses $460. No
That Hoarix! I III not a 1 among Ings In 1964 Is adopted but of the estimated total of der. concentrations Into line with was generally given as $400 million contributors.
viable rI.IY. Uilhor It seems likea assets. In fact, a no change Is made In the basic proportionate new food and drug administration There was no indication
shares for farmsof Britain has Yemen
charged '
libretto mountain of labor went Into thepreM
for the kind of musical
quota for future definitions whether the estimate was in er.
years each would be avail- and the United Arab COUNTY PROSECUTOR
state Republicwith
show which 'ntjtlnii but It produced ,
would a
sound U'Iti'r In "
(C) The Administration'srecommendation The standards were last re. ror or whether his holdings had
audition than It would In full mouse that did not roar very able for establishing sharesof supplying the rebels with Walter R. Condon, expenses,
vised In 1955. diminished In value in later
1s and
moply on the stage, The shells luridly 1 adopted up to :25! acres for new machine guns, mortars and I years. 49703. No contributors.
of living this that a change also Is made In the other modern weapons. Some of the principal changes William R. Crowley expenses.,
satire proved
and birds of trwsty season farms (those having no sugar- would' the present '
remove upper contributors
lulu'n'nt In the situ it Ion at't>I lunt. they can do a decent Job with basic quota. Under this Item, cane acreage In the base period limit concentration ratio: would I 79757. No .

ed, 11/111.) ilihinii'li Mr.St'rgl'lclues established playa, the Naples recommendations are requested ). Any farmer desiring a Cuba Claims It require no less than 11.8 percent Aged Woman Is
display mi "rrolll'at> quirky Manse Players are entitled loose lapse on the acreage to be allot- CANDIDATES UNOPPOSEDEdna
new farm share would file a of the reconstituted use
of humor In such moments us the On the ftliole their batting average ted for each loo.oon ton Increase Will Have Own content of soluble Disappointed At Santa, registrar, expenses .
written request for It at the local orange solids
liroidcastliiR scene, hiM |play Is, ( Is Mill gisul.Forestry In tie baste quota. would permit use of" limited I $150. No contributors
ASCS county office Atomic ReactorMIAMI Not Seeing LBJ A.P. Ayers tax collector .
ut lx>M, 11I1I'I'1II11I1'lIlIy amusing.NArtlS ( "1. In making recommendations amounts of tangerine Juice In| expenses
Briefs be
may presented at (AP)-The Castro rerlme'l $450. Contributor, L.A.
as to level under fore- the and would
include
blends MAXEYS, Ga. (AP-A smll.\
hearing (In original and three science chief was Quoted Welch, $50.
Men going assumed quota levels, recognition color standards for orange Juice. ing Negro woman who thinks
-
coplesor mailed to Director, yesterday as saying Cuba will Sam Coldlng\ tax assessor,

ought 43 FiresIn should be given to f Sugar Policy Staff, ASCS. USDA have i Us own.alomlp JearJQIj'V II, she, lsieomewhere between',8ft.1Ixpenoi", $45b.Jidiwuklbubn. .,__
basis- and 100 licked art J&ar's1N !
maintaining on ( IIf -r-
continuing .
\Y
DCL.2D:KVte in live years.Havana 1" ""'" II lII ;
MpCE$ Month Of"April much larger Inventories( .. of to Washington.be received not later, than Radio said In a' 'Mi 'Indict' Negro the settled porch down of on an art apple| abandoned box on Judge expenses, $540. Contrlbu.

than heretofore broadcast that Lora
sugar to meet ami-monitored Roy C. Miller, $50; AJ.
The ColllerCounty Fire Control all possible! marketing oppor June 15, 1964. the prediction was made by An. OnConspiracy shack and waited Rosbough! $100; B.C. Royals

Unit fought 43 fires during tunities. tonlo Nunez Jimenez president Legislator She wanted to see a presidentIn $50; Gary Heath $50; Jack Drill
the month of April James ", India with an estimated 235million of the National Academy of Sci. her lifetime and she had Carl C.J.
'fkIlTRE; .. A farm base would be | Ing $40, Glidden$100:
head of cattle and heard President Johnson
Patterson county ranger, re- established for each farm hay buffalo ranks first in world' ence, to a meeting of the Com Rap the way, was on Jones $50; Frank Dutton, $50
ported. munlst Youth Union. and Peter Golembrowskl $50.
ing a record of planted acre- cattle numbers, the U.S., But the President abandoned
Thirty seven blazes were catalogued "We must revolutionize nature BALTIMORE Md. AP) A Margaret Scott, circuit clerk,
(area harvested for ( for
PLOIIDA age sugar, with 1038 million I head 1 to meet within 10 the needs plans a visit Friday after
$459.83. rontrl
years
JJo
expenses
wlldflres member of the Maryland
as burningover liquid seed ranks second. Negro speaking In Gainesville 80
sugar: or plus ac- of Cuba." Nune Jimenez said. some butors.
Period Of about 1,000 acres. Six -. House of Delegates has been released miles from this community of

MAY 10th THRU MAY fires were listed as miscellan under $7,500 bond after 250 persons in rolling hill coun.
lithW0 REPUBLICANS
eous. The unit did not participate being charged with Inspiring a
Su conspiracy to kill the only Ne- try.The Charles R. McCool, registrar
111aaI In any controlled burnIng Negro woman, Creasle
state senator. expenses, $90. Contributor,
during the month patterson gro Gresham was among several
Ernest D. Young 36, Is one hundred Charles P. McCool, $90.
I dn a people who waited
said. pa.
Ow' of three Negro members In the S.B. Allendorf, tax collector,
tiently- of
some them for
hours
"SeaEm The rainfall In the county averaged House. A grand Juay returnedan -only to be disappointed. No contributors.

2.70 Inches. Naples Indictment against him Fri The last bit of excitement for Murphy Combs, county judge

however, got only one Inch of day Mrs. Gresham who for the sakeof $324. Contributor, Norman

rain The tower at Immoka- lie Is accused of conspiring convenience she's 87 Swain, $10.Doyle .
says
Relent Mecassi Force Novm I Ice recorded ".15 Inches, and o 1. against Verdi Welcome, 48, the came 30 years ago when she, E. Kopp School Board

the one at Miles City, 2,95 f first Negro woman to serve In went to Memphis Tenn., to visit $54. No contributors.

Inches. the Maryland Senate. some relatives.The .
Frt. Sal. .U7 wounded CONSTABLE DISTRICT 5
She was slightly by
Patterson cautioned that the 4 f. word had gone out that
fire danger remains "extre is w two bullets after she was am. the President would visit what Earl Taylor expenses$24.36,
f I bushed outside her home the No contributors.
Is
WAIT DISNEY mely critical," as It has been believed to be the old John
10 Kenath Fether ,
night of April by someone son homestead expenses
about
four miles
during the month of April due who took five shots at her. from Maxeys. $42.23. No contributors.
It was also
to the dangerous wind profile Four other men, all Negroes thought he would look
and a lack of rainfall. were Indicted earlier In connection graveyard where at a CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3

/ Work Is In progress at the ( i n. { k rR with the case. ancestors are reported some of to his be Ronald Rimes expenses

new Naples headquarters towersite "I am at a loss to know the burled. $23.91. No contributors.S.J. .

Oea w _Genest_Sandra' TECMHKXXOfleEmilt Scott Tie footers have been e motives behind this," said Mrs. The people came from miles Kleblne expenses $15.

> poured for the dispatcher' ar.attawc Welcome. around, traveling the dusty Contributor Bill Piper, $20.60.

house and the office, and the Young who appeared with roads in the hot sun. Many of
: foundation for the tower has his attorney at a hearing to determine them stood In a pasture where

V "AilTHEATRE been poured, Patterson reported rSM J $ his bond, made no It was thought the presidential French "Dixie"One
comment
helicopter might land. of the most plausible
Sen Welcome said she and
Finally a Secret Service man explanations of how the South
Period Of Review Young were In opposing Demo received a telephone call with came to be called "Dixie" Is
factions In their 4th Bal.
MAY bah IItlt I MAY cratlc the news that the President was that before the Civil War a
16th.Sun. tlmore District. flying back to Atlanta from bank in New Orleans printed'

Mon. Man. Mm Run Gainesville and then on to 110 bills using the French
:May 2 90:0 001Mi Burns Mistook Washington word for "ten" which Is "dix'

)' 3 till! 72 000
Good Wishes Of
DUNWh May I HJ al 000
Bttn -- -

MARTINSleeping: May J 90 63 000 HOME FOR THE ARTS Iii'. n the tnUror' of the New York State Theater, Cabinet Members -

May I 89 (5 000 bleat add.t'en to the culture complex of the Lincoln Center of Performing, Arts in Manhattan .

.=.-:.InAIYBtd71 May 7 90 61 000 The 2 TOO.seat houll111 future the New York City Billet and the MUIIC Theater TALLAHASSEE (AP-Mayor
llaydon Burns of Jacksonville, t ..
May 87 60 000' leading candidate for governor
PLUS IICOND HATUM Dais supplied ky Cut'bbttn Qirdtni ----- u -- n of Florida said he had mlsun ;ay ii

I ,
derstood assurances of supportb .. .'

MS SItIMJII Treaty-- Treatise some cabinet members to be

"Treaties In Force' a pub. endorsements.Burns .

J1JI lication of the U S, Department had said he had the endorsements .

'.!F_ iTri |" ||- i'"y; treaties of State and other is a list Interna.of all bfrs. of all cabinet mem. '"


tional agreements of the. But in separate statements
Fri. Sat. United States Cabinet members Tom Adams %:
Do'It Conner and James Knes a

said they were maintaining neu.
YEN Title Companyof trallty In the second primary

,ontest In the governorship rare.
Naples Cabinet members Thomas Bal

l tcexzY Im1-'! ABSTRACTS ESCROWS le said) Ray that Green the) would and Ed rast Larson theirpersonal

Ptpptrd Bldg.
vote for Burns who
MI 2_60S9flf apparently
-PLUS- will fare Miami Major
1 Fifth Ar<", So.
Robert King High In the second

-lib w. J. aLo" primary but whose opponent ,

SON OF ..."... nru> be Sen. Scott Kelly of Lake.
\\JISJ I.Air.
.. Its. land.After
lUll ..,... the cabinet members
made their positions In the race

-- *lil AiiS.J vj ,.._ clearer, Burns said that he Fii.
misunderstood or misinterpretedthe
; positions of some of these 1829

gentlemen In the matter. result.
J"J'3 /caf rServia .. N"Iu.\; '1_ ...a. la"J.\"""" log In an overstatement or a

misunderstanding brought about
INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIALPhi PERFORM FOR FILM I Trainer Krystof husk" puts his' Berber liens through b) m) optimism and enthusl TOTAL ADDS U Knowledge,

than paces during special performance .f thl CUChOlIOVI" Circus I" pr.gu. Snow waglimed :sum and their personal remarks Inc..tct with the et the world has
MI 2-3696 1175 Pine St. Naples, Fl,. pUI'1 y.ar )? 1x21 the Enc'clop04l'
for. tpieial ttltvmen product that wl.1 I bt aired, throughout the United States to me. Americana ran t. 11 "olu"" ". The
present 'd'tlo" il 30.






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Two Big Deals Reported Sunday, May 10, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

ANOTHER BIG SUNSHINE SUPREX



; Big Week In County Realty$1,106,650County .


, real estate sales re. fast, Me.Lot 78, Unit 1, Coquina A. Simpson, Jr, Naples" Lot II, ate to Stephen B. Kobak, Naples, D
:, ported for the first processing Sands, $8,300;; Natel, Inc., to Blk E, Unit 3, Coconut Grove, Lot 8, Blk H, Inomah, $1.300;
period In May reached a whopping Charles L. and Jennie G. De. $11,000;; J. J. Gormlcan to FlexD. Robert B. and Barbara J. Dearth

,I $1,106,650. Wolf, Old Tappan, N.J., Lot and \iire D. lies, Everglade, to Robert C. and Ruth S. Paash
' The top deal of the current 12, BIk C, Unit 2, Coquina Sands, Lot 3, BUI19,Everglades,$8,800; Demus Point, N.Y., Lot 13"",
'I period was by Julius Wetsone, $5,000! (;; Charles A. and Mary A. Charles A, and FitJ.. Bush to No. 2, Isles of Capri, S400' :
, Tr., et al, to A.L. Dougherty, Hinsch to Humbert B. and Fran. John R, mil Marc mi G. Moore, Wade F. md Burnadotte "\. R("'T'[P
Chicago, m., for GovernmentLot ces D. Powell, Jr., Naples, Lot :Miami ', "'" .'. .verglaJc.l ', to Robert E. and Ruth S. Pns' h,

10 In Sec 20, Twp 52, Rge 53, Galleon Drive, Port Royal, $6,000. Bemut Point, r-- .\., Lot 136 No.
26; Lot 9 In Sec 28, Twp 52, $11,900; Alfred E. and Mattie D Ralph N. and Margaret L.Wilt. Z, Isles of Capri, $4,800 i .B.
Rge 26; Lots 2 and 3, Sec 29, Bealrsto to Archibald F. and and Lorraine Mastson to JohnA.
Twp 52, Rge 26; Lot 1, Sec 32, Laura M. Peabody, Schenectod, and Martha B, Boling, Pa,
Twp 52, Rge 26, and Lot 1, 2, N.Y. Lot 42, Golden Shores, Industry Gives tams CIt Lots 329, 330 331
4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, Sec 33, Twp $3z6();; Theron H. and Cecelia and 332, No. 2, Isles of Capri, '
52, Rge 26. Sale price was re. E. Ridge to Rudolph P. Jordan, $7,800; 13 [)(>v. Corp, to Ed.
parted at $390,000.A East Hartford, Conn., Lot 63, Cautious OK To win M. and Jane E. Cederqulst,
second large deal was by Golden Shores Geneva, Fla., Lot 91, Unit 2,
$3,500.
The Moorings Development Co., Shriver's PlanHOT Lake Kelly, $1,000; Marco Highlands 1 . . 1

of Canada, Ltd, to the Home. PORT ROYAL Inc., to Miles E. and Ed.
wuod Holding Co., Anne A. Luet. Port Royal Inc. to Julius wino \Vestfall! Oklahoma CltOKU. \ A
SPRINGS, Va.AP-luP
kemeyer, et al., for Parcel Y, Fleischmann, Cincinnati, Ohio, KiilustrUHMs Saturday volrtd \ ., Lot 3, Blk 3, Marco Highland HAWAIIAN !1I
Unit :I, The Moorings The sale 2 .Vld'n., $200:; ; Trl.DCorp.,
Lots 1 and Kingstown Drive., Interest in-and.I In some cases,
and Ruth C. llaralson,
price was $200,000. to M.L.
and Lot 1 and Lot 2 Fort
part cautious approval of-a propos.
Other sales of St. Petersburg, Lot 19and 20, Blk 1 1S
$1,000 or over .
Drive Port
Charles Royal, $78, al that American corporationsamass
'with values taken from tax 7, Naples Manor \ddn, $1,400:
800;; Dudley R. and Edward F. a ISO-million war chestto
W, and Lu v n..llt'r.. :
stamps on recorded deeds Included Joseph < PUNCH
Gallahue to Naples Motel Corp., help finance the attack on
the Jr. to Gene and Ruth Hi die,
following; ,
Lexington, Ky., part Lots 5 and .
William N. All>n to WilliamG. hometown ptwerl5'Tie Chicago, Lot 24, Blk 46, Unit 1 1
6, and 13, all Lot 14, Blk C, Lake idea was presented Fri.
Allyn, Skaneateles, N.Y., part Park, $35,000;; Mary L, and Kan. day night b> Sargent fhrlver to 6, Naples Park $1,500: JamesE.
Lot 4, and Lots 5 and C, Blk 10, dall 1.. Calne to John A. situ about 100 of the count r>'. blg Clary to Lillian Gillette, No.. : .
Tier I Miami, Trait 10, Plantation Island
Naples, $13, 00Dunald
; Frances N. Cashman, Harrison, gnat businessmen attending the
E. Hein to Edwin .l, $2,000 Thurman Barnett 3$1 !
E. ;
and EdnaH.
Me., Lot 42, Lantern LakePort spring meeting of the Business 1
to Mark and M.
Helton D. Goorgma
Naples, parcel In Blk
Robin. Council. The council offers vol.
Cr 00 William E.
6, Tier 6, Naples, $3,800;; Stan. Royal, $ ; untary research and technical Turner Naples, Lot 4', Blk C 1
son to Virginia C. Harrison,
ley W. and Margarette Whispering Pines, $4,200.'
to Frederltk A, II. White Cleveland, Ohio, Lot 71, Lantern advice to federal( agencies I eit 1 . . lARGO
Jenckes Bel. *
Lake, Port Royal, $7,000;; Me. Ehrlver, director of PresidentJohnson's COUNTY
Inc. to task force on poverty,
Co Wm.F.
Caugherty Mart
First Fla. Real Estate ,
tLE.. and Christine D. Barnes, Kings. Invited Industry to contribute Inc., to Ilolili'n C, and \VinnetU I
Lot :21 Blk C Unit funds fur the financing of 10 perCent
Teim. ,
port, ,
DUCK VAUDEVILLE A. Johnson, Kim'heloe, Ml<'h.,
coo' Ltors I, The Moorings, $5,500! ;; MoorIngs of local community action panel In Sec :22: Twp 47' Rge ; : SWEET PEAS
IT'I Dev, Co., (if Canada, Ltd, programs, with the government 27, $1,000: Isidore Pavers, et
to Chas. H, and Ophelia E. Llpn putting up 90 per cent under the al., to Frank C, and Alice La
mann, St. Louis, Mo, Lot 9, Blk poverty bill now before Con. par'elln : w 303
Colla, \Vestbur% N.Y., 2 494
2, Unit! 3, The Moorings, $0,000. press Sec 23, Twp 48, Rge 26, $8,000; CANS
Shrlver told the corporation
Orange Blossom Realty Corp.,
George L. Ford, et al, to B.
Brag to Charles W. Grimm, Tr., Nap. head the Internal Revenue .
tde
Paul !'elt Ie,Jr., Dc-erfield Beach,
lea, parcel In Niples' Imp. Co'sLittle Service would approve tax ex. parcel In Sec 3Twp' 48, Rge LIllY'SCUT
yearF Farms $54,400;; Kather. emptlontt, under the provision b
(, 26, $8,000; Philip B. and Jean D.
tFrlesds Ine Ilurd tit Herman A. and MaryC for charitable and philanthropic Smith to Arthur and Clyde Allen, .. GREEN BEANS
..
'; } Baltimore contributions, to corporations
4' Prager, Md., Lot Naples, parcel In Sec 1, Twp
,, 1 Tool 5, Blk 3, Ridge Lakes, $5,000(); which devote funds to local edu. 49, Rge 23, $3,730' North 21
Ethel M. and Bernard E. Shell cation, youth development and
to Collier
Investment Corp.,
horn to Michael E and WllmaM. other antipoverty efforts
IX>v., Corp., Naples, parcel In 2 303 454
CaribbeanGardens llorvath, Ohio "We think this Idea of picking
,
Huntsburg, Lot
Sec 21, 1'11'119' Rge 25, $25, CANS
25! Blk I 1. Unit I, Bonita Shores, up the t.lb-un Inexpensive tab 000; Philip N. and Jean A. Keyesto
$2,000; Russel White to Seth J, at that-would open up a new J. Frederick and Robyn N.
and Ella era In government and busl.
M.Wekh.Pontlac.Mlch
McCoy, Mt, Sterling, Ohio, par. WISHBONE
l Lot 13, Blk 10, Bonita Shores, ness," Shrlver said
eel In Sec 23, Twp 49, Rge SWIFT'SSPAGHETTI
$1,000(); Albert Ltvtne to NotileBl'SINESS "It would demonstrate to the ITALIAN
NAPLES 25, $9,400; Dewey R. and JanetC.
whole world that In America .
,
Garglulo to Texaco, Inc., Or. 8-OZ.
business and
not at loggerheads.government" are lando, parcel In Sec 12, Twp 50, &

CH K .nd DOU.LE CHECK Charles H, Percy, board Rge 25, 40000. DRESSING
Bener Corp., to Christ Prokos,
chairman of Bell It Howell Co.
MEATBALLSOR
Miami, parcel tn Sec 17, Twp50,
Chicago, and the
DUNBAR S OFFICEES Republican
nominee for governor of Illinois, Rge 31, $1,800; James Paxton to
Elaine Center, Cleveland, Ohio,
said Shrlver apparently is seek
parcel In Sec 29, Twp 50, Rge SWIFT'Sj11)SlI
brand n/wl All meta) ing an expansion of the educa. .+
to .
$8 tlonal and )4raining contributions 31, $2,000; Gabriel II. Luff
Burn Poof Plastic Top Delle up already being made Peggy J. Varnell, Memphis, A
by CORNED BEEF
many firms and Tenn., parcel In Sec 7, Twp 50,
corporate
MACHINES SALES. REPAIRS foundations Rge 32, $1,200: Harry A. Simonsto
Albert H. and Mulon D. Felse,
AND RENTALS FREE. PROMPT "As an acceleration of exist. HASH
TM Slk Are S.. DELIVERY SERVICE tIll I.Zt$1 Ing programs, I think it wouldbe Philadelphia, Pa., parcel In Sec
splendid idea," said Percy 21, Twp 50,Rge 34,SIOOO;Philip
Bakst to Dnnal Kelley, West Palm
Beach, parrel In Sec .6, Twp 51, LIPTON 3-0Z. '

Rge 32, $1,200; Florida Collier INSTAI I 0. $
to Snyder 3' 1
Acreage Corp., M.R. CANS
Charlotte, N.C., parcel In Sec
II/iIJi Ii 14, Twp 51, Rge 34,$1,500; Fran,
.tpdPI cis II. Gidley, et al, to'J. Fred TEA I.e

and Gladys Abrahamson, Naples, ,
Gov't Lots 5 and 6, See 27' ,

Twp 52, Rge 26, 35000.
NEW HOME AND GUEST HOUSE Collier Land Investment Corp.,

to George and Helen K. Ondo,
SO. GOLF DRIVE Corland. Ohio, panel In See 694 iiREMCAN394

5, Twp 52, Rge 31, $1,000; Col.
Her Land Investment Corp., to
Louis A. Juliano, Cleveland,

Ohio, parcel In Sec 19, Twp 52, .HAMBURGER SPECiAL !
Rge 31, $1,400; Collier Land Investment . . . .
Corp., to Edwin C. :

t.M" Peck, Clarksvllle, Tenn., parcelIn i
Sec 31, Twp 52, Rge 31, : GROUND 4911-
,; $1,400Collier Land Investment j HAMBURGER PATTIES SPATTIESFRESHTOTHEPOUNO .

Corp., to Michael Zak, Prosper; .
r Heights, III., parrel In Sue 31, 1
Twp 52, I
Sunshine Trone, Dayton Acreage, Ohio, list panel, to Max In j HAMBURGER ROLLS PI KA :EaF F 174

yl Sec '7, Twp 52, IWo 32, $1,300. 8
The South Coast Constr., Co., 11.rr
Inc. to Helen M. and Douglas
Loughrln, Miami, parcel In Sec . . . . . . . . ..

26, Twp 52, Rge 32, $8,000: 29,
52 33 Corp., to James B. He

"f" ," ,".'" ; ", .. sands, Pittsburgh; Pa., parrelIn FANNING'S BREAD & BUTTER
Sec 29, Twp :52 i Rge 33, $1, .41iWU .
.iitwl' : 200, Florida Sunshine Acreage,
This gorgeous new home and Guest house I la located on So. Golf !Drive. overlookingthe Inc., to Donald Hltibard, Newark,

Golf Course. Immaculately planned in evnyway thl house has 3 bedroom, N.J., parcel In Sec 30. TwpW, PICKLES

2 tiled bath, beautifully appointed kitchen feature and a two car garage The Rge 33, $1,300; Florida Sunshine .

house la I centrally air-conditioned and heated The Guest house has over 550 *q, ft. Acreage, lee, to Jack D. and
of living area and one tiled bath. Priced reasonable Ruby R. Palmer Newport Beach
very at only 39500.
13-OZ. JAR
Calif., parcel In Sec 30, Twp
We will take In trade a smaller house or lot. 32, Rge 33, $1,300: Wheaton In

itustries, bir.. to Flora S.murjo: ] 1 1/ t a a
Miami, |ar<'el In Set' 36, 'J'\I'p i
The Harbour ClubApartment ";- r 32, Rge 33, $4,500; South Coast _

Coast, Co., to Rorro MJVlell.lno, 23c1
'14hM .+ Elmwood Park, HI., parcel&.,
: 1 I, Twp ->3, Rge 3%. $1,900: Wheaton _
Hard 1
t 1 | Industries, Inc. to
kMI.'HtfHttht'HI.I.. Ml., ,irel
(' in Se 3, TA *3, Rr; 33, rr .
: : ,... -. .., 2.00. COi.STOCKSLICED\ '
Carefree living In one the finetr ....... ,. .".. .. :' a e, ,
and most luxurious* Co-op apartments ;0. ,I ( '"' "

In Niples. Extra large apartment RStrty

overlooking swimming duel I and |*r- ', ....... |Y'H _

.den patio. Exceptional (urnUhiiif .., .. PIE
Itc.n
for ap Int"'fllLWE


APPLES 5'


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bt Nt\tJS NATIONAL fl:6e OUTLOOKThe



Prophets and the "Law"

MAY 10. 1964
.. I By Gioaci HAGIDOM

Washington NewsletterWe w'r

Economic forecasting I. company economist, after aralyztag

risky but It is an |Inescapablepart market trends, pre
up into three teams, each assigned to of business W* Every dicta a downtrend In hs'

have no way of knowing, of carryon our side of the debate on specified major business decision Is company' sales. On being it:.
formal or formed of this the sales manager
course, how many Collier Countians receive days each week. I, along with four based Informal on,a conscious forecast or SUD- mobilizes an extraordI-

Senator George Smafhers' "Wash- other of my Southern colleagues, are conscious nary selling effort and gets ri

ington Newsletter.' We happen to be privileged to serve under "General" lis The economic forecaster, Unlike Increase In his advertlslr
prophet for budget-and the net result .
the Senator's list and found ter Hill of Alabama who heads the weather
on mailing up our example, has to face the fact an Increase rather than

the last Issue, Number 64-2, most in. team. Since I happen to be one of the that his own predictions may drop In sales.

formative.This youngest members of my team, I usually have an effect on the outcomehe The company economist lip

last Newsletter deals with! the draw the 'night detail' which that Is predicting. George Cline been proved wrong. The odd
means Smith, senior partner of Mac- thing Is that If he had key
strategy being employed by members of my voice can be heard resounding Kay-Shields Economics: Inc., his forecast a secret from tji/

the Senate who are opposing passageof through an empty chamber until 10 or 1 summarizes this situation In sales manager he might ha\a
calls the "law of turned out to be right. By dc .
what he
the civil rights bill in its presen form. i 11 I o'clock at night and one evening forecast feedback." He states Ing his Job he has set forces in

We believe our readers will be as interested until 12.20: am. the law as follows: "Every motion that reveal his own

In Senator Smathers' description "While pro-civil rights Senators peri.odically (* economic forecast If It Is fallibility. Pity the poor economist
widely enough known and believed !
of the activities in the Senate as boast that they are 'wearing us a 4 tends to Influence' the Two things are to be speclflcally -

we are. With this in mind we herewith down I am happy to report that the (T 1 course of the predicted events noted In Mr. Smith's

quote that portion of the Newsletter. opponents of this bill are all in good in 4 and In" an unpredictable statement of his law. First

"At this writing, the civil rights debate health and remain as determined as ever. manner.It Is easy to think of eco- the only If feedback the forecast effect! Is "known occurs

is entering its fifth week although' "It is unfortunate that the overall .. ef nomic forecasts which help to and believed. Second, It occurs -

according to the Senate Calendar, we press and particularly the Northernnews ) Suppose make themselves an economist come with true.a "In" an unpredictable

are still on the legislative day of March media fail to give adequate coverage wide reputation for successful manner.
This give us when
30 the date the first forecasts lets It be known that. may pause
marking speech on to the Southern viewpoint on the we observe that at the present
he rise in the priceof
expects a
this controversial issue. pending proposal. Contrary to the impression widgets. People who need moment the most widely

"The reason the sponsors of the bill received by many Americans, widgets will rush to buy up a known and forecasts(apparently) accepted
anticipate
have maintained the same legislative day the anti-civil rights debate has not been -; stock about of them the ,price thereby rise bringing which booming business through 1964.

for over a month is to limit the numberof a histrionic diatribe filled with venom < \ had been predicted. I But this column had better

speeches a Senator can make on a nor has it been spent wasting time on But you can think of the. end here, lest our own re
opposite kind of feedback marks have a feedback effecton
Senate
particular measure. According to non-germaine subjects. Without I
excep business trends-in
effect, where forecasts tend to an un
Rule 19, no Senator may speak more tion, the Southern Senators have offered be self-defeating. Suppose a : predictable manner.

than twice on the same subject in the sound, logical and even eloquent arguments

'same day.' against passage of the bill. FUNNY BUSINESS

"By recessing rather than adjourning "I 1 might add that by the time you '.:", _'1..M 1_ :<"-' ," .. .

each evening the Senate is consideredto read this, we will have entered into a 7 }%_ ..w..xwrl ; 0.'d .

be still on the legislative day of March critical stage of the debate. An attemptto o 0 I' 0r

30. If the Senate were to adjourn, it invoke cloture may be tried. While it GEMS OF THOUGHT

would be another 'legislative day,' there is true that we have gained greater understanding Today In WashingtonBY

by permitting Senators to make two additional and sentiment for our position MOTHER'S DAY

speeches on the pending subject. we are, nonetheless, substantially THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The mother's heart Is the

"The Southern contingent is broken outnumbered." child's schoolroom.

." ,,:t >"<:Ml"Y *" >'j'")< ': ., WASHINGTON (AP)-In the -Henry Ward Beecher
}
Ing order he granted the rail-
If would reform the world
.:. ........ < >?: ;t 0; : news FBI from CHIEF Washington President: John. roads last Tuesday to preventthe from you its errors and vices, begin

firemen from striking over by enlisting the mothers
son has exempted FBI DirectorJ.
disputed points of the arbitration
Charles Simmons
Edgar Hoover from compul-

I aory retirement when he turns ruling.The ruling went into effect Simply having children does
70 next January.
OPMHON . . . . .. At a ceremony in the White Thursday eliminate some and Is 8,000 expected firemen's to not make mothers.-John A. SheddA

House rose garden Friday marking -
jobs within two
Hoover's 40th anniversary as years mother is not s person to
r tom. PASSPORT The State Pe.partment loan but to make
FBI chief, Johnson announcedhe on, a person
Collision had signed an executive or has tentatively denieda leaning unnecessary.
Costly
A Relative Theory der allowing Hoover to remainon new passport to William Wor. -Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Running Into debt Isnt to bad. It's the Job "for an Indefinite period thy, a Negro newsman, on the
A trade school teacher. In trying to running Into creditors that hurts. rlID+' of time' grounds he visited Red China No Joy In nature Is so sub t

t get over the concept of distance, asked her -TH DANVILLE (VA.) COMMEAcIALAPfAL.: :-. "The law 'aay. you must re. and IUnta.ry.in JP5f.51in,viola limely affecting is the joy of }
mother fortuneof
at the
tion o' a. j O}. ban In. a good T---
I pupil whether they lived close or faraway lire," Johnson told Hoover, travel her child ---1
from the school. She tot a number R tr' "and I know you woulcJn't'breat'the ; >!0rmod sources tetl Jrt. -Jean Paul Richter

of answers, but the one she liked Home Small Home law. But the nation cannot The denial is tentative because "Weil, Lenny, it wasn't a mirage, was It?"
Worthy has 30 days to .
appeal
beat was the young moppet who told her, afford to lose you.
"I think I live pretty close. Every time There's one advantage about living ina Hoover said Johnson's order the decision to passport dl.rector .

I come home, my mother says, 'Good small house: There's no place to put was "the most compensating Frances G. Knight. Historical

Brief, are you home already?' things except where they belong. thing that could have happenedto .., '< COLLIER COUNTY
-THE SPUTA (Wu) HERALD -THE CHEUTVALI (KAN.) RCTVBUCAN me." .i.t\.
BAKER: The Senate Rules I_ : I'I By KURTCRIESSHABER AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

Committee discussed briefly I ..,
Friday whether to recommendthat

oth et t $' Bobby Baker be cited for COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
sa.y ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS contempt of Congress, but took
MICHAEL
CHANCE EdIL'Publish.rTHOMAS .
no action.
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HISTORICAL
HAYE,..
Baker Awoclata Editor
resigned in October as
MARSHALL WYATT. Adv.
secretary to the Manaiar
Senate's Democratic
ALBERT OPOLKA. Mach Supt.
majority after allegationsof DAVID HERMANSON. Ore. Director
conflict of Interest. He re. MRS. LOUISE DAUB Office Mff.
fused to answer questions when PETER SHUTTS. Claulflad, Mir.Publlahad .
Called before the committee in dally, ancaot Monday
Its Investigation of his business and Saturday. In the afternoon by
the Collier I County Publithmc Co.,
activities, Invoking constitution Inc. 111 Twelfth Avanua. South, Na- RESEARCH'I
al provisions. plat fit, 13MO. Mall eddraaa P. O.
Box 1737.TII.phonl.
RAILS: Union lawyers sought Midway 22107 for ell
a court order Friday to stop the departmanta.
.
nation's railroads from eliminating I
firemen's jobs under disputed Subscription Mate
By carrier or mail payable In
interpretations of a feder. advance
al arbitration ruling. On. Year IIS. Six' Months |7.SO.
U.S. Dist. Court Judge Alex Three Montha S3 n. 1
Member of Th. Aiioclated Press.which .
ander Holtzoff
set Monday for
a I le entitlad exclusively' to the
hearing on the request of theAFUC1O use for republication of all local
r Brotherhood of Loco news items printed In this paper ae
wall as ell AP news dispatches.
motive Firemen and Engine Entered 11 second class matter at
men He also will hear argu. the Post Office at Naples Florida,
under Act of March ). 1197. 1
ments then
A on a ICWay restrain.

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CAROL APLOrtB

ACROSS N I T EARL u P
1. Cognate 27. fwuiuld NEAR APTLY
S. rrmch 28. ilnllry
8. H E A D M I In E E E
I'ru'trb 30. .\Ider tee,
11. Sm.-ralln..._... ....... I n D A V S n IE x T DR. JOHANN KOHL
"Well We know one thing it's useless at a gargle emir r--- Jl, Opened f: C LA T.L 0 SIT are attributed to his research.

12. Windpipe L 0 A l+ i [. R A N A Unfortunately, credit Is not In the Royal Palace of Madrid, Having gathered much m'
-n National OkMmr 14. Nine or 32. Ship CO" E R T A S PIC always given In the proper direction the Nurnberg translations made terlal and facsimiles of old

15.eleten Netllke 34 channel Cleanse I U s E. R.II t4 N V E. N T when It comes to historical In the 16th century, the diariesof maps Dr. Kohl was Invited by

38 Lay T C R N. HOT. 3 E.II research. Often Historian the Monastic orders (since our government to come overto
16. llobgob- away or Archeologist Is given ill expeditions had
Lines of Your Visage priests as this after the Civil
lint 40 Pinafore SOLUTION OF SATURDAY'S PUZZLE credit for the work of anotherman chaplains along) and the accounts country
18. Stoftccrur- War HU treatises of 1863are
On of the unheralded developmentsof phase to the service counter. Of the U Sandy who actually made the discovery In the various European still
acts U' IHW'N S. Scattered without parallel.
this age of atoms and orbiU hn order of eve varieties of pie art available U. Today K Cliy ,In 1. IlrllUchn 6. War god or did the research. Museums However, Dr, Kohl found hia

been the appearance of a iclcntlfle there. My lucubration concerns the 20.l'oaacuice 43. aulAt orleolrnilli 7 Exactly: In most Instances, the poor "From my childhood" said work retarded red tape
by
language, a )Jargon of word and phrases criteria for conilderitlon.. Hopefully, I adjective Ilgh1 1111 2. Itet.bt Iullable workmen who uncover some Dr. Kohl. "I was highly inter- empty promises
by congressmen
that occasionally U unintelligible to will select a quote unquote tasty one 22. \bollhrel treaty UIIII 3: Old Irllh 8. Oft;. B. spectacular discovery are not ested geographical researches and lack of funds. Disappointed '
the liymin. 26. British H Pill (garnuut Sltn even reimbursed for their effort in connection with the
Jack I would be bappy to collaborate early In his hopes this dedicated
,
Consider this conversation overheard prisms U. :Slain' coins 4. Nut III fact !I. Sod 01.water and honesty. History of America" As head
with you In making the choice. man returned to Germany -
III 01 kerI Many Historians recently librarian In the Public
while wilting la line at a Laboratory Think Library but him s
you Joe you are a me left behind
cafeteria I J f s c 7 d I d lO.lluutr:: have claimed discovery of long at Bremen,Germany,he had access -
: friend : spectacular of notes,
-on* in ten to the alxth'Translation 13. IlusinrsaSi and collection
lost documents
archives to an amazing amount of
"Hello, Joe. : It IJ housc h.IT old documents and mips on the esr-
HI, Jack How are things? "Hello. Joe. Ilelr cat never before published In the manuscripts and transla- ly History of the United States,
Siz-wii, my problems are minimaL Hi Jack. How are things 4 IS II tour t'nlted States It U good that tions of diaries especially on the discovery of
Th t'i encouriging. from the chineteriiUc Fine.Good.. :l2 1luulttaioa this Is done, but on the other Dr. Kohl was especially Interested Florida.

of th. 'aurrace lines of your From the look on your fc / 11 Id III .\1.,1.. hand, they should mention their In the accounts of the After
his Dr.
Vi...*. I bid a concept you were I had in idea you were upset : source of Information, unless first explorers, namely the Kohl's depArture
concerned. I've got a problem but it'i nothing f'l./ '// '// Z ; they themselves actually went Spanish Conquistadors documents ended up In
Your interpretation ii essentially much. V/: /: / : "/ / t4 aure1:4r to the original Museum archive landed on our Florida shores.who the library of the American Antiquarian

within the parameters of my area of Not serious? Z231 1S l_ but In this article, we shan attempt HU research took him Society. Washington.
interttt, but I suspect your lueumcnt Theta right Joe. But maybe you cm 1S. F.Ilacld to D.C.
and extrapolation of my extern appearance help; after all, two heads are better 21 l. II 26.Grnuaor: ; to give due credit to one Spain and many countries. Itwas Prof. Justin Wlnsor of Har-
who will probably be unfamiliar Dr. Kohl who
wn la error by several order than one. discoveredthat yard
of mignitude. Yeah? JII ..I'.1.. '..I'l..l. otiamnualhrtlu to our readers and historical Columbus followed the account Dr tlntversiypublishedmostof
Then the prim fictorlxaUon for your Well I'm Just about to the held of r// / ''if/ '/ : / : 1Y' t unfrontali colleagues. or the Polish discoverer. of. Kohrs notes In his His
1
frown lint of senora consequence? the line, end they've got about Ave different n JJ J. Sf J' J1 i 1,1NNIhaJ5 ) \>'e have concluded that most John Skorzeny. who landed In tory Vv'e America back In 1884.

This is true, Jo*. However If Indeed kinds of pie up there. I want to H (lnlildgf of the historical research doneon New England; In 1474 In the ser have been privileged to
you poucM the e-pibllity to assist in be sure and get a foodie.Jick n 14" i"ual our Southwest Florida Coast vice of the King of Denmark! peruse copies of Dr. Kohl's
the determination and nnillilng of my 111 b* hippy to help you pick 15. tumult Is due to the workofDr.Joharm His research revealed notes, Information from whichwe /
old
Inveftigition, It would be an improvement piece 141 have been using In our historical
!6.310"In'fJ Kohl of Munich and Bremen, Viking accounts showing that
by a factor of two. Thinks Joe you're a pit-on* In a
4f I"'S .' Inn Germany It was Or. Kohl they ha J even reached the articles, so we thought
Tell me J>or", Jick. million."-Earl Zimmerman in the :: K G real mentioning
him would be a nice
Wall at soma point In time I will Atom (Lot Alamo, NMJ ,, k who spent a lifetime actually Lakes area The two oldest gesture
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since
Par hwe 23 mm.N "ew.1 na.e l.1 r, researching the old archives m. i and treatises America most of our readers -
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TornadoesKill Sunday, May 10. $964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5STATE


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MOUNT CLEMEN: Mich. ,. '
(AP) A screaming tornado
ripped southeastern Michigan ?1N *,.l
Friday, leaving In its wake
death and hundreds ut destroyed
or damaged homes.At .
.
least nine persons were
killed. The number oi Injuredran pCCENT
Into the hundreds

Damage was estimated at be. Breast Save 20c lb.O .
tween $4 and $v million.
Dawn today bared a shatter. '
lug scene of ruined homes and Drumsticks Save lOc Ib
other property In Chesterfield
Township off Lake St. Clalr. Thighs Save 10c Ib. .k,
Hundreds of rescue workers
labored overnight with Cov,
George Romney among! them at
one time, in a search for possible Per Pound
other victims in wrecked
houses. P

Eighty.two persons were ad. _.
---- ---- --'
mltted for treatment at two hos. 4-H( CLUB public speaking champ is Ronnie .
pitals here. At least 200
were treated for minor injuriesand others Wilson of Immokalee proudly displaying his
released. first place trophy. Ronnie took only second in t
Weather experts said ap. the district competition but went on to cop first 04
parently two tornadoes! hit the honors in the State 4-H public speakers contest FkCELI.ENC \
southeast area of Michigan. held May 2 at the University of Florida
The more damaging! twister
started In the Pmitlac area in
late afternoon and skipped the Prkti Effective May ll tars 13
2S.odd miles to smash the out. Nikita In Egypt Greeted WD BAND LEAI icSH
skirts of this city. STORE HOURS '"
Another struck In the Monroe
area to the south on Lake Erie OPEN 'TIL 6:30 MON. TO THURS. } tr; yea Ground Beef I

about the same time. It caused With Tumultuous Welcome OPEN 'TIL 9.00: p.m. FRI. :
much less damage
OPEN 'TIL 7:00 SAT
The damage estimate of $4 to p.m. W
$5 mIllldii was male by Ma. CAIRO (AP)--Soviet Premier thousands of sl'.lml'l.11111 mime k Quantity Riktt. Rmrvd v Lbs. 6,
comb County Civil Defense Nikita Khrushchev making his workers lining the pier shouted
Director! Clement W. fklha) alter first visit to Africa, receiveda as Khrusht hev walked down till'gangw.I 7th Big Week 89
conferring with disaster cr'wlIalld tumultucHis welcome from )', 5 SAVE I
utility firm officials Egyptians: : today. He was at. flags bunting and victory DAIRY ,DEPJ., FREE This Week V
The Mai'imib County health: clammed ut the seaport ol Alex\ arches decorated the city as 56c
commissioner, Dr. Oscar Etry.kcr andrla, on a train ride through Nasser gave his guest 4 reception CURRIER IIVESCOFFEE
ordered vaccine brought Into the teeming Nile Delta and In far outshining the one for ppOCSS/tME"ICMI BURGER
Immunise red-festooned) Cairo. Red China's Premier Chou En CUP
against (1"'lhhtYf.hoh 1,000 persons! and Not Mm'u the revolutionary lit last Dei'ember.A SLICED CHEESE W-D BRAND U,S. CHOICE CHUCK
publicly urged residents to bIll days of 1952 have so many pe<.. barge with top Eg)|>ttanol- With Coupon From Book And
their drink Ing water. pip surged to the streets uf trials on board met the Ar 6 0.29c $5 or Mon Purchase c
1 Despite the widespread de. Lgypt'N:: capital. It was estimated !. menU In the harbor Khrushchev t. ...._ Voluobl.Coupont .. S leo k S Lb. 49
strut'tion, Skllia said; ''wo hope a hall' million lined up In the was welcomed by Nasser 5e 'r.... .
mopping will be heart of the city on shore. Currl.r t lvi
( up cix'rations FILBERT W-D BRAND US CHOICE BEEF
over belay, President Gamal Alxlel Nasser In addition to Soviet officialsand MRS. Dinntrwart I... I.'
The toriiadiiwlilchstiut' Chl'boh'rCIl.lt embraced him warmly :as dozens of security agents, DJ You '.c :lv.dIn Boeeless
Township was describedas lie began Ms 17-d.iy state visit Khrushthev 70, was accompanied Margarine' ::49c ; I Mall Slew Lb. 6ge
roaring like a giant, vacuiiin to the United Arab Republic.A by his wife, Nina, and
cleaner. Thc twister ripped surging crowd broke their son, Sergei, and daughter, .
through, an area ulxmt twomiles through police lines us he drove Rada Ailzhubpt.
long and three quartersof In an open ear to the railway The official purpose of the as.5.0. uait'1' .*nc.se rt a:94 NIrxYOti Yi d
.1 mile wide.fOstim.iteN station. visit Is to enable Khrushchev to ;

leling; larilSmathers of r th graf tag, de. around Similar the Cairo crowds railway jammed sta. take the part completion in ceremonies of the markIng first- CHASE i SANBQRN For Auto. WiifcoriColdwater I teen DOLE or STOKELY

thin as Khrushchev arrived to< stage of the Aswan High Dam. c ..
a iKHiinlng 21'giin s.Jute after But the trip has far wider Im, I Instant ; PINEAPPLEJuice
Offers hit triumphant l procession plications.Khrushthev. t
through the delta. Since Is exacted to
early
New Amendment To morning there were urmum. kt( k off a major propagauda ( '
offensive for the Soviet brand Coffee 4 All .
bend thousands In the towns nfDamliiihoiiip e
Civil Rights Bill I Doinha and Tain.U of communism in Africa, seek .
WASHINGTON-. (AP) Si'li.deoige where his train m.ide briefpuuses. Ing to minimize: the Inroads
Jc j ,nude by Ked Cliiiu.if : .- =. .
'-
Pm.itliers D-M.i.
?
A. one I l.. L
lil the SmitliiMii foes of the civil The :ant'lent luilor of Ali'X- the UAR'a chief arms.nup J "
.null'i.i was a bedlam ol nolsp pller and principal contributor
rights bill, has olfi-red 1 a jury
and whistling as the Soviet to the Aswan High Dam, Khrushchev .
til.il aiiieiiilnient to the 11I"Nourl' \
liner Armenia farming Klirushihev already has created con.siderablc 10 'L 46 .t C
01.
Smnthers' :amendment would sad some 100 aides good will lor the SoViet aY
(limit to a $1,000 fine or slxmodhs doi'ked at 9 a.m. Jet fight. Union among the Egyp: gar 99 49 2' 'g"'PUIII
in j.iil the maximum ere roved overhead amid<1 Soviet- cans SAVE SAVE SAVE
penalty that could U assessed built destinters anil<1 submarlnis After the ieceitlon| In Alexan. j 30e 10c
drla Khrushchev 40e
against an liiillviihi.il (tor ton. of the rgyptlan navy escorted and hU wife
It-IIII'| This In similar to pro.poN.ilsby the Armenia Into |x>rt. will lie accompanied by Nasser
other Heiiatois. A :21 1.1(1111 salute boomed amidlltishiit" aboard a "IIl'I'I.11( train for the
,
235: mile trip to Cairo The off!. .
<'lal welcome will tike place In
Roulette the capital. limit On. With 53 or MOil Order LImit One With 53 or More Order Limit Two Year CWwSAVE
\to
leader to address two large out M k "III :....-.
d.Kr.I1I1..s and the newly convened .

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leremonles the next mew begin Ila).Wednesday.. The Aswan Sauce 2ISOLCIS.25C,: For Good Things To Eat

Kin'uslu'hev Is reetproralinga Four I
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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sund./. May 10, 1964 Show Your Wife Golden Gate Now



I 4t ""C k4 You Love Her Putting Home AccentOn BuildingA dJ LWQeI

cv future home building pro
By 8-6077 Sue GloverMI Billie GrahamSAN : gram for the city of Golden

DIEGO Calif. (AP) 4t Can with emphasis on construction
Took a little trip to the east church will be honored as the Evangelist Billy Graham urges and sales of completed

coast the past weekend and "Baby of the Week". husbands to show their wives e ) k homes, has been announced I WotcL

driving up Road 7 from Miamito We're sorry to hear that that they love them. 1 by Gen. C.E. Jung, direc :
Lauderdale I had to pass Martha Bargo has been a little "Be a lover," he said Friday tor of planning. JANE MARTIN
the Danla Indian Reservation. under the weather night "Show your love She Gulf American Land Cor-
I thought It was quite a switch hope that she will be feeling hasn't got an easy Job. Give your poration Is directing Its atten
from old times. A few years her usual energetic self beforetoo life to Christ and It will rekindle tion to the development of a
back the Danla Reservation Indiana long. your love In jour wife," r new home building program." Eighteen thoughtful neighbors got together Tuesday

began abandoning their Mr. and Mrs. John Potterof Graham's 23,000 advice In Balboa to an Stadium estimated said Jung. "Emphasis for to surprise Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wicks. The reascr

chlckee homes for the CBS 1847 Shadowlawn Drive became came during a talk on divorce merly placed on acreage sales for the celebration i is the Wicks' 50th wedding anniversary ,
of the white man. These homes the proud this will be directed to construction
parents and broken homes He said the) these neighbors will not be hers
of
were built a little closer In the week of a baby girl who weighed were the "No. 1 social problemIn and tales of completed and since some
new turnpike than were the old In at 6 pounds S ounces The America," homes." for the real date, May 16th, they decided to get togetherfor

chlckees. In other words the Potters new daughter was Six model homes are now a pre-anniversary party.

Indians moved west(well a little named Jane Elizabeth. in the process of construction. The gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs,
west), Mrs. Cleone Bryan who liveson Anti-Wrinkle Face Jung announced, and bids for group
But 1 was surprised driving Connecticut Avenue has returned furniture and floor coveringwill l. E. Hicks and the potluck supper was served In the

by to see the old reservationarea home after a long stayat Cream Seized By shortly be submitted to s patio. A very interesting note is that the Wocks' Naples

fronting on Road 7 a bee the Naples Hospital. All of Government Agents s number of Naples and Fort neighbors Include Walter Kanewhom, they, have knownfor
hive of activity. The grounds her friends that her firms
hope recovery Myers
and Mrs. Clarence Dunwoody,
WASHINGTON (AP) For 40 Also Mr
were me same,the same trees, will be complete and not The model homes are being years.
the second time In 10 days, the been friends for
same old fence but Instead of too long incoming Best wishesto and Drug Administrationhas built. by the Golden Gate Con The Wicks and Dunwoodys have many

chlckees all over the place you from all of us, Cleone. Food seized an antlwrlnkle face struction Company headed by years dating back to when they lived in Troy, N, Y

there were pup tents and the Mrs. Clydele Wilson of occupants were white. At first Brookslde left Naples this weekto keted under false pretenses. Grimm, who directs localGolden and the famed Raffles Hotelen
I thought It must be a nationalor spend three weeks In Kansas, U.S. marshals In North Miami Gate sales, will assist with were leaving Singapore
International encampment.For relaxing and vis It Ing with members Beach, Fla., took 30 bottles of the main office In developing the route to Ceylon. The Kinkaids and their daughterJana
a stretch of two miles or of her family Sudden Change," an "anti. --L'\1 home sates\ program. are on a trip around the world. Although the mes
more there was a tent every wrinkle fate lift" made by the Mrs. Enid Decks of Naples the idea that they have been
limited we got
Lanolin Division of Hazel Bishop sage was ,
SO or 60 Square feet of the HARMONY SIIORES NEWS has been appointed managerfor
Inc, Chicago, FDA announced fascinated bit of the so far
way
old Indian Reservation. And Mr. and Mrs. Barney Rem- the new clubhouse and two every

Doy Scouts all over the place.A ler residents of Harmony Friday.In the earlier Incident, more motel units Her new assignment Travelling a little closer to home, but on a very

closer look at all the Dade Shores for the past year, left than 35 cartons of "Helena Cur. creates a vacancy for important trip was Mrs. Hildy Olsen. She returned earlyIn

County School buses made me for California this week. They Us' Magic Secret Wrinkle an office secretary In the the week from Akron, Ohio, where she went to be
decide that perhaps It could be plan to visit Mrs. Remler's Smoothing Skin Lotion" were Planning Office where she was
just a South Florida Scout Encampment parents In Michigan on the way. seized at Baltimore on April 30. ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. Dink Harrell of Ft. formerly employed. Applicants present for the confirmation of her oldest granddaughterAT

Sure makes a gal Winter residents of Harmony In both cases the government Pierce, Fla., are announcing the engagement of who are interested for the position KEY LARGO
feel old when she stops to remember Shores leaving this weekto charged that the product, Involved Harrell to Kurt V. are asked to apply at Gen.
Ann
their daughter Patricia
the number of her old spend the summer In other a new drug not coveredby Jung's office.Completion. And still closer to home but on a most enjoyable
Land of Mr. E. \V. Land 757 So. Broad Ct.,
Scout troop In Miami. 1 was states are:Dr. and Mrs. Frank an approved new drug appll. son of clubhouse and trip were Mr and Mrs. John Becker and Mr. and Mrs
Miss Harrell. graduateof
and the late Mrs. Land. a
a member of Scout Troop Number Jaffe who left for New York cation.The FDA said It contended In Indian River Junior College and Florida StateUniversity motel units Is expected the latter Carl Hoffmann They spent a few days this week at the
1 and 1 can't rememberthe State; Mr. and Mrs. MJ. part of June Jung said.
papen filed with U.S. Dist is history teacherat Ocean Reef Club North Key Largo.
Scout now employed as a ,
Boy Troops and decor
Ohio
getting Doherty ; Mr. Mrs. Building was designed by
Court In Miami that "Sudden
beyond the count of 30 In my Victor Younghlut, Iowa; Mr Change" does not live up to the Melbourne High School, Melbourne, Mr. Land, Lou Clerical Miami while the Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Habermann will climax a

childhood. Ah well! As the and Mrs. Ralph Kennedy.Pa.j claim that It "will give a facelift also a graduate of Florida State University wherehe First Flo wa Resource Cor- summer of tripping about with two or three months in

new song title says"It's Funny Mrs. Daisy Gardner,Splceland, without surgery" was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, poration' has charge of con Europe. Before they fly to Rome In August, they expect
How Time is employed by the Defense Department at Fort
Slips
Away"funnler struction.
and and
Ind.; Mr. Mrs Harry
still that It really doesn't bother Nash, New Jersey. Meade, Md. A July 23 wedding is planned. Completion of the model to mak. .evfal l trips: Into New York City and the

me. Mr, and Mrs. J.E. Bonlnl PaulPrayer homes Is also scheduled for World's Fair from their summer home in Cragmoor, N. Y

left Harmony Shores for WashIngton services for Mrs Es. 0000000000000000000000000BOUND the end of June with construction The Habermanns leave Wednesday and on the way to

MOVE TO VILLAS D.C., this week. Mrs. belle P. Paul, 67, were night hot In for the running ahead of schedule New York will visit relatives in Lake Worth, Fla., and
The Lester Lyles family recently Bonlnl, plans to fly to Scotlandon 7 o'clock Saturday Jung announced.
moved toCentral AvenueIn May 13th, where she will chapel of the Richard A, Pitt. TOWNBy "Floors have been pouredand Calamin, N C
with the Rev.
Naples Villas and are com be met by her SOP and family. man Richard Funeral T. Lambert Home of Trinityby block walls erected." Jung Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knoll of Miami and Henderson-

fortably settled In their new They all plan to travel to England the Cove Episcopal ChurchIn said. "Roof erections will start ville, N. C., were here this week to visit Mrs'. Carl G.

home. France, Slwtzerland and charge. CHARLOTTE DUUNO MI 24697ooooooooooooooooooooooooo next week. The working forceis Pfieffer. Mrs. Pfieffer will be off soon for her regular
Friday evening the C.A. Yugoslavia and other European Mrs. Paul died during her up to full strength and working
Mother and Daughter Banquet countries before returning by sleep -Friday morning- at her nine hours a (day Rstd five months or so in Hendersonville, but before she

will be held in the Sunday School boat to the States on June 30th home., Visitation was schedul. U there's anything that can get playing with the minor leagues building Is proceeding and also goes she will entertain Mrs Seaton Egbert'' of Staten
Building at the East Naples Mrs. William\ Albright of ed from 6 to 8 o'clock !last night. under your skin it's those high. there work on the golf course" Island, N. Y. '
Baptist Church. Harmony Shores left Tuesday Mrs. Paul resided 1212Ninth pressure salesmen that have been Miss Judy Oliver, daughterof
dedication Ave. N. with her husband Vivian Mr. and Mrs Joe Oliver While Jeanne Durfee was visiting her parents, Mr
Sunday morning a attend the graduation of her Invading our privacy In the even. Security
service was held at the East daughter In Mies\ Michigan.Mrs. G. Paul, who survives She had ings..and the worst part of it was guest of honor at a party and Mrs. Durfee, they all flew to Nassau for a few days

Naples Baptist Church for Infants Albright will return te lived In Naples moving for here the from past Is that they have a license If Tuesday afternoon celebrating Visit In CountyA The Durfees left Thursday for Wheaton, III., and Jeanne
tothe morning worship seven years, they would come right out and her 11th birthday. Guests for
prior
Harmony Shores In June. She was native returned to Chicago.This .
a
Philadelphia. that the party were Barbara and Char.
service. It was announced say what they are selling representative of the So.
j, that each week a baby In the PALMTREE Pill LOSOPHYt'There's of Elldcll, La. She director had been for would be okay with everyone but lotte Grant, Terry Waggoner, clal Security Branch Office In is the season for annual meetings., Wednesday,
serving as publicity that survey bit Is too muchll!! Deborah Mosgrove, Pamela and Fort Myers will be at the Health
a lot of merit In the the Women's Golf Association. May 13th, the Woman's Club will hold a luncheon, meet
From all reports the major Deborah Muncy, Rita Gasperson, Clinic in Immokalee tomorrow
flip saying, "A hundred years Besides her husband, she is ity of the high school students Della Hall, Anita ,Boqulst, and from 9 a.m. until, noon. ,ing,. and Installation ,of, officers at the ,Beach Club., Bill

U '- STANLEY,c.: ference.from today'! "S'ollletllnete', who'll know the dif( Iroiio survived.D.;Klaudur by tier' of sister Nopb},*Mi:and>. thoroughly' cnjcnej the tajlt and.Penny'en.1 ltJ>it w lekersun.1 ,'The'{' Applicants are requested, to;' Ryan'of.,.WNOG,;will l be,ih.< speaker.., . .-rl i '
(
Y WJfcftuV lfibtMihool 1T)" JI,04 b.4bot, ,
film lta f6 1 R11tYeAl, \ ring Social Security Card, evidence 'leaves f6r"Tc5r6n'f' 'July
too several nieces and n'phew'I'lnthe Today Mrs Harry Sedgwick <
suc1111lttwrtaiee on mat Friday concerning that mail pub. dogs, Cokes, cake and punch as of age, and a record of
Home Products ters that don't merit the attention north. Belted habit called smokl;g. We refreshments. Mrs.Shirley Mos. last year's and this year's earn. and August she will spend at her summer home at Big
we place on them. We Further services and Inter missed the whole thing but It', grove assisted Mrs Oliver with Ing when coming for an Inter.
and fret when ment will be In Philadelphia. will makea the serving. (Continued 7)
Check O. Our worry perhaps hoped that the group view. on page
For there's" nothing that we can do onion apple return engagement so that we "
Sprint Special at the moment to change the and plus! elders can get a look at that WELCOME
CLEANING brown sugar do a lot for sauerkraut thar film! Newcomers to Naples Mr. and
situation. At such times It
MOTHPROOFINGContact ; just simmer the combina Chlg and Rollie Rice have been Mrs. Bud Ryle of Cincinnati,
would he well If we could dismiss I
tion in a big 5k iIIet. If you like, off gallivanting again. This time Ohio, now making their homeat
HEDY HUNTER the matter with a lighthearted you may cook the(onion and apple they have been to Asheboro,N.C", 1376 Rordon Ave. were givena
"Who'll know the dif- in a little butter or margarine be. witching their friend Harry Dlllle surprise housewarming by Mrs. The new Sacony dresses "
MI J-5J4I ference a hundred years from fore adding the kraut and auger Frank Male and Mrs. Harold
it today." Schrader. Other guests at the

housewarming were Mr. and that have been
you waiting for
f Mrs. Don Harris and Paul, Mr.
The BEST Gift You Can and Mrs. Earl Hodges, Mr. and Ii' i' have just arrived I
Mrs. Dun Smith and Frank, Mr.

Give MOM. e. All Year! and Schrader Mrs and Randall Tracy Polly,Frank, Harold Male,

and Mrs, Trtxle Powell an out.
of.town guest of Mrs. Powell. t

We were so glad to hear that In Cool, r
TNO MORE Francis Barley Is home from
the Fort Myers Memorial Hospital Comfortable,
and Is doing well. Sacony's Own
'
WASHDAYS! On Monday Estelle Barley will r
be leaving for Jefferson City,
Tenn., to meet their son Charles
who has been attending the Car.
son Newman college,
.j44D Mr. and Mrs Harley Chesserand Ciella 1rrt, \
Mr. and Mrs Clyde Chesser
returned Friday night after
spending a relaxing week camp. {
trig at Flsheatlng Creek. If you Jerseys V. "

like nature to camp FUheatlng and get real Creek closeto Is ti w .

the place to got!
See you around town,



DEATHS : ,

LONDON (AP-Andrew Gra, !L .T'

ham steelmaker Stewart, 62,,died a leading Friday BritIsh in.

a hospital after a stroke. lie was
chairman of the Scottish firm of
Stewarts andLlods.TORONTO .
0 U B LET A I K E- Model wearlnll ImiUfon, zebra (AP) Industrial.1st .
Leo Frankel 72 Lovely pastel prints and solids
Egmont In
,
sloe ensemble stands not to the real thing at Wilt Berlin,
died Friday his Toronto home white, horizon blue, aqua, yellow and
fashion thow. The outfit was dengned' by Htmt Otttergirdr ,
following a long Illness. lie was black. Permanently pleated skirts _
president of a family Industrial
Sheath with scoop neckline and tu
complex founded In 1886 and the
belt You can roll it toss it In ,
up
: only Canadian to serve as president -
f./ JL ovc fines of the VJS National Association hand bag, then when you're ready t /I
slip It You must have
8.Do. of Waste Metal Dealers. go on. on
J1f'lf' iJ.lI""j 'J1'tI of these for your trip, Ideal for yea a
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Walnut have wonderful flavor
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'round In
wear Naples
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Beach Club Scanty Silos MI 1-2751 when you toast them' To do so
spread halves or large pieces ina
When Warlng's A shallow\ pan and plate 11 a
END MOM'S washday blues with Saving Grace moderate oven for about 10 minutes .
Tim. was, when "prob.l.m" lightened or brlfhtened. ; stir It'\erailimn. Use the
just one call to our modern laundry. hair couldn't take' don't guets about permanent toasted walnuts a> punish for a

Clothes will come out cleaner, permanent well But waving! When the cake frosting or to mixed offer into with aiheetc

that's not true, in today's hair has been weakened rackfr.spread Petite, MUsey, half sizes
brighter. Ask about our free delivery skilled beauty salon* At and made more porous, starting at 13.00

least half the permanent only the deftest profet. 1 b.len l burtonTRAVELING

toolNAPLES wares .* give are tonal care will do. We
SOON:
planned to Improve upon know Jut how to section,
"Do you haY plenty ofLt'CSWOOL
hair problems The beauty wrap and roll for hair protection oVO'Of11 $
chemists created them w Ith special I emphatls .
LAUNDRY SPOT CHIEFEasyCare
that way! If )(111'", been on estra-se titive
Sweaters
wishing for Improved hair areas. Fact Is, we're xtra- I'W.
Gifts which Helloor
condition you may find sensitive to all you hair say

& DRY CLEANERS on* of our wire is your problems, for you'r very fot Graduation R,
y wring grace. special! Why not visit Dy> Will be open until June 12 honor Fh4r
LITTLE COQUINA SHOP
Can Color Take Wires she Beauty Salon this Americas Express Credit Cards
1095 Fifth Ave So. Ml 2-34J3 Beach Patio 3rd Si. So
If your tresses have been week, and let us pamper ,
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Bay Point on Lake Simcoe. Then back to Toronto, returnIng \ .t .J "t I1 ., ben a dolphin I of the as wedding an uninvited party mem., Duane -

to her apartment in The Surfs ide in January.Mr ft. \ 1 .t. f Ertelle Melle and Ralph
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and Mrs. James A. leyden leave tomorrow for .., .... ': ; Klot/, Jr. were married 15 feetunderwater

Dorset, Vt. They have had word that Mr. Stuart Smith Philadelphia Friday aquarium.night at a

is doing well after surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are now CEhurch'' The bride wore a silken gown

In West Hartford, Conn., but about June I 1st plan to go ;; RrsffBapfis enlisted and the man bridegroom: wore ,his:a dress Navy

to their home in Dorset which is across the street from / blues BcHli wore Mullow.water

the Leydens EDUCATIONAL BUILDING helmets equipped with micro

phimes<< for the double-ring cerenuni .
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t "WE SHALL RETURN" )' III one of the main tanks
at \quaraitu, Theatre of the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abbott also leave tomorrow. v Sea

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They go to Falmouth, Mass, returning to Naples in -------- --- -- ----- -- ----- "I've never been so wet in
October. PREPARING for Vacation Church School at the First Baptist Church are m)' life,*' said Molz when he

Cth these faculty members from left, first row : Mrs David Witt, Mrs. Tom surfaced after the ceremony.
's who have left u; for the summer but with Hoffman Mrs. Harold Houchins, Mrs. Robert Martin. Mrs. Keith Bright, Kite, a deep. >oa: divine special n
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plans to be back in October Include Mr. and Mrs. E. Mrs. Steve Klebine ; second I'OMrs.. Gene McLain Mrs Dick Roberts 1st in" the Submarine Service
said 1 counted 11 heads down
Harper Cummings, and Mr and Mrs. Thomas Hixon. The Mrs. Kenneth Arnold Miss Carroll Martin Miss Patty Loach Mrs. Roy and II l heads up." STYLISH I SHAD E-H.iVs *n add.non, for Milady'ssummer I

Cummings are in New York State and the Hixons are Caple. Not present for the pictureel'e Mrs Ray Miller, Mrs Emmett A dolphin swam among the wardrobe to cop with the hot sun i parasol, 'In
straw lavishly trimmed with flowers and a velvet ribbon.
at Lake Winnipesaukee, N. H. Rolston. Mrs David Hermanson. Mrs John Bowen, Mrs. Rex Davis Rev members of the wedding part
Robert Martin, Mr. Roy Caple, Miss Connie Cook Mrs. Carlton Williams as the bride and mult-groom,
Mr and Mrs James Gill are in no hurry to leave Mrs. John Smith Mrs. Jackie Jones, Mis. Reese, and Mrs Adkins Vaca. trailing: a stream: of t>bubbles would have made any bishop or
beautiful weather walked the length: of the tank. Methodist Race minister liable to trial for "re.
our They
are keeping an eye on tion Church School for pre-schoolers through sixth grade will be held June

things up Ohio way, and when it looks like spring is 1 through 5 from 9 to 12 O'Clock ; Junior High and Young People from On the a Rev plIUIII'habovo James\ :L. Lowe the oX water the or fusing worship admission by reason to any of service race,

there to stay they will leave by plane for Cleveland 7-9 each e'ening'ith a study time photography charm recreation films Third Baptist Church read the Success color or national origin or aiding

Also rather indefinite about leaving are Mr and and refreshments ceremony. The bride's mother Policy such refusal!
._ Claire l'C'h. watched through
Mrs. Irving Sherwood. They probably will take to the ,. windows In the side of the large Delegates also adopted' reports
r.. 1L:$eftlSttW ::r''altir'x! : 'l Luella Doxsee made a banning discrimination In
road the end of the week The Sherwoods divide their r.r.-.. Mrs. Miami tank Up To Members church hiring practices, restated
trip to on Monday on
time between Lexington Mass and their The bride's daughter from a their Intention to "eliminate all
apartment here MARCO = medical business.Mr previous marriage, Linda Melle, rmSBUUGM Pa. (AP)-In. foi'ma of segregation based on
ri at The Surfs ide. Later In the summer they expect their and Mrs.Garland Fowler 9, served as a brldei>mald. One llvldii.il members as muxt HIP race," snot directed the 5'parateclllllpr..nl"e.

j' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ki Cox to visit EWS BY DIANE BOWERS, from Miami visited Mr. of Mod's friends, Junes W, key rule lodiy of determining 1 to work fur transfer
and Mrs Doyle Doxsee and Mr, Tlebor gave away the bride. the1111'1'1'811 of the MethotlstChurch's of Negroes Into while Jnrlsdlc.

;: 'them. ar.gdw. .. ,' .... .a._.,_-_" ._, ,,__*, ,,'- '_._."!""".0"-.,-.w.I. Cook Wednesday Mrs. James When the Rev Mr. Lowe :actions to remove bur dune
Joining the ranks of those who have already left residents have beenin Noble from Charleston, S.C., told the bridegroom to kiss the rlom to racial equality wllldn
for the Mr and Mrs. O. Roberts and Marco CAPTAIN'S LANDING visited her dad, Mr. Cook and bride, the couple clanked their tho chu..ch. Civic
summa! are Stanley a turmoil here after hear Arthur C, Hubert and party helmets together They surfaced The ihurch's General Confer E. Naples
Mr. and Mrs, Lyman F. Narfen. The Roberts are in To. ing of the possibility of losingour while out with Captain Nate her sister and brother-in-law, quickly removed the helmetsand erne, which adjourned Us quid' Sets 'Potluck'

ledo and the Nartens are in Cleveland. post office. Wednesdaynight Hunt, caught a number of snook Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Doxsee. kissed In a mote convcn. rennlal IIIN'lIng Friday took

, our county representative and a 500 pound mama ray. tonal method. tome action toward removing; East Naples Civic Asiocla-
f\\ The William Tuckers are great Kentucky Derby fans Lorenzo Walker met with SCHOOL NEWS Most of the wedding party the barriers but did mil level tion will hold a potluck supper

r and while the race is on Mr. Tucker demands PEACE AND the people of Marco and Good- PORT MARCO Five children have enrolled wore underwater scuba gear them completely/ Tuesday at 8:30 pin at the
QUIET. As land the Tommie Barfleld In the Tommie Barfield Between 50 and 100 guests sat The General Conference la the Shadowlawn School cafetorium.
the from -
soon as race Is over they throw open the at Lou and Betty Tarbert |
School In the last two weeks outside the tank, which Is supreme polliy.maklng" body of
doors, and this entertained 50 of their friends at School to explain that at the Port Marco are spending a the .
year They are Eugene Murphy of normally reserved for perform. church width claims 13 mil.lion
the office A discussion will be held
r present time post few days at their Miami home. on
lug dolphins and members
the
porpoise throughout
a Nice-
post-Derby School
Edge Elementary
party.Truman would remain Is a third | the new lot and
L as The poinciana trees are bloom world, Including about 10 mitt.hun county's mowing
from
YUle Nash
Dennis
, class post office with an actIng ing and are being photographedby Fla.i IlestotnReturns In the United Stales Clearing laws and i movie will
, postmaster all of the tourists. Shadowlawn Elementary Na- Charlton The conference adopted I be sho n.The public is invited.
The Information came from plj; Kris Dyrd of Ft. Lauderdale several rexoliillons
pertaining to
Part Of
Given $$80,000 For Edward and Robert Nash
; tin
Congressman Paul G. Rogers, ISLANDER race qtioMion. Mont of them
Hol- from Shadowlawn Elementary called for voluntary action Legion; ElectionSet
U.S. Senators Spessard New guests at the Islanderare Pay To Columbia by
land and George Smathers. Arthur C. Hubert and Naples the church inemlierbhlp.
Mr. There are now enrolled at HOLLYWOOD (AP) Actor The POO delegates For May 13
during the
There was a good turn- of Beach N.A.
Setting Up History Chair very parry Pompano ,
Charlton llenton tins broken all ,
the Tommie Barfleld Schoola miHHIiig' that iaMecl almost two
out at the polls on May 5th Hillock of Ft. Lauderdale M.H. total of 30 children the Hollywood rules by returninghis weeks, voted overwhelmingly In Members of the Ilardee R.
at the G & G Mercantile Store. Cndres of Satellite Beach all Mills Pout No. 133, American:
estimated at $300,000 favor
WASHINGTON (Al'-) Harry Presenting the checks for the The last P.T.A. meeting of salary of several report with the
Fifty-seven voted out of 70 Florida. for the of "Major Legion will meet at Legion Hall,
filming
E. Truman swings jauntily Into opposition coming from Southern
Truman Chair of History at the will be held Tuesday .
year
and haveto East Trail on Wednesday, May
registered voters we Dundee!
another round of his 80th birth Westminster, Clark said the HE'LL DE BACK evening. May 12, at 7:30, In dole-Kale. 13, at 8 |II.m.Elel'Uun ,
account for some who are He returned the money to One
day t'letiratlon: today, his report went Into thechurch's
cup committee set up a year ago to
Mr, and Mrs J.M Dostwlck the Tommie Barfleld SchooL of officers for the
voted Columbia because he said his
brim m Ing over with happiness.The we hope they discipline or rule hook
raise the funds still has to get
away'but of Coral Gable*,and Mrs.Bost- All members are urged to attend concept: of how several scenes It makes coming year Is sihoduled, according
/ former of all
president wax presented He persons races
$4
,000 mire! expressed confidence
with checks totaling $80,. the goal is in sight. Marco residents are truly wick's mother were guests of to help plan the picnicfor should be. silo caused the movlo eligible to attend services. to A.L. Penglaie; post
the Islander Motel for one week. the children on the last to 11 days" and $300,000 over adjutant. All Legion members
000 Friday night toward the Dr. Robert Davidson, West sorry to hear that Earl Cam- go Delegates tabled a propoMdamendment '
iblltihnient of ;i chair of history minster's president, announcedthat eron Is In the Naples Community Mr. Bostwick caught two snook, day of school. May 29th. the budget, to church law that are urged to attend.

In his name ut Westminster ':'pr. )Larry. ,S. Truman" Hospital. We hope that, 'weighing 13 pounds and the other
College ut Hilton Mid Trusaanb,would 'be-.the mot prWestwf<< ,lt"is nothing/ 'loo ,''serious. and lp'pounds He U with the Pen-'' Miss Savidge, !iFURNITURE FAIR
l5.< I 'Insular Life Insurance Firm'
|twill ,theHrstpr.dehsur fill the chair,' Marling off with that Mr, Cameron comes home
The presentation wan nude at a series of eight!' lei lures. This Is his first time at Marco We ApologizeWith
the annual birthday patty host In 1948, former British Prime soon.Mrs. he was hunting good fishing -
ed by Washlllltlollldwler.lohb\'lst Minister Winston Churchill, ac. Roger Johnson reports apologies to Miss Blllle
areas because he U coming 6& f
Charles! Patrick Clark In honor companled by Truman, gave his that her daughter Bonnie Is back this month with 15 Ann Savldge tin NEWS herewith -
(if the Senate War Investigating historic speech at Westminster, doing fine after a knee operation correctly prints tier scholastic -
Committee of which Truman drawing a free world line she had last week and Is men representing the Peninsular average at Edison Junior -
served as rhalrm.ni and Clark against the Communist "Iron staying with her sister Mrs. Life Insurance Firm These College at 3.81 and not 2,81
helped set associate counsel. meat are from different sections
up an Curtain Tom Williams In Gaines
as recently published. It wasa
Truman clicked up when the ville. She plans to be home of the state of Florida and some
It climaxed u day i of intenseachlvlly Senate invited him to speak in about a week or 10 days. are from other states typographical Miss Savidge error., daughter of George Washington Sat Here!
for the former
presl. Robinson visit-
the first former president askedto Mrs. Dewey
dl'lIt. Including u history make do. so under a resolution Mr. and Mrs. Byron Cook ed her father Herman Klpp Mr. and Mrs William F, Sa-
and and and
I lag In the Senate family Mr. Mrs. vldge Naples has been else
appearance adopted List October making and sister Alma Klpp, Tues
and a sentiment talk to the former chief executives entitledto Dick Stury of Key West spent and In Gardner ted secretary of the Student
day Wednesday ,
I"' National Picas Club. talk during official sessions. the weekend visiting with Mr. Government Association, and

Saturday Truman drove to the lie arose, but was able to and Mrs. Doyle Doxsee and Fla.Mrs. is on the Dean's list for academic
supreme Com building,! fur a murmur onl) a few words of Mr. Cook. Byron is the son J.H. Doxsee Is visiting standing. Kswilear
t luncheon that Chief Justice Earl; thankd. He then listened as sen. of Mr. William Cook. for a while with her daughter

Warren Is Riving In his honor. abort from both sides of the Mr. and Mrs. Richard Addison Mrs. Ethel Singleton In Always split kidneys and remove -
On hand for the dinner Friday aisle praised limit were visited over the Fort Myers. center t con and whit
night were many of Ttuman's weekend by their son and grandsons Mrs. Lucille\ Thompson and tubes before wllhin.
old routes and colleagues from
Fred Addison and sons
his days on Capitol Mill and In
Lady Bird Sits Terry and Jlmmle from IliaIcah. -
the White House. They tanirfrom
both piilieM. Hen: Henr N
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A. Wallace, whom Truman fired Down At Opera
M as senetary of commerce, was HAPPY RETURNS

there. But Chair Congratulations to Margaret ESTERO BLVD
President Johnson Into GoneNEW r ,
dropped Johnson, who celebrated her FORT MYERS BEACH
laud Tinman. ,
o 5th. Con
YORK iAPIVplt 9 a 14th birthday May
1 "No man In American political also to Mrs. I
mishap wltli a missing l'hatr. gratulations 11 oI'IM
life ink Johnson "has heresrnlro
who celebrated ""
Mis Dndoii B. Johnson hid a George B. Wood Itk'stae"
won more respect Fur one thing "wolldt>I'ful evening" at a per. her birthday May 5th and
his actions still
as president
form the bedrock of our foreign foi m.nice of the Metropolitan has been staying at the Islander -
pollc" Opera Friday night. Motel.

i I The,PiesldtMil's. wife stood and Mr. and Mrs. George Wood s { .
: waved to the audience Just afU left for their home In Detroit,
er returning to her but for the
I Neighbors HonorC. third ail of Verdi's ''II Trova. Mich., Thursday, after spend.
tore. When she sat down. the lug four months here. They illlIrish

A. Wicks With chair; wasn't tllC'l'e.Fortunately., the. floors. arc have been for 10 coming years.to Mr.the Wood Islander The above chair is being displayed in our store by

Surprise Party thickly carpeted. She jumped up found a yellow jewel box while courtesy of Mr and Mrs. Brossart of

When the C.A. Wicks accep- the quickly IncidentIt unhurt. laughed at _picnicking at the sand lump Palm River Estates

ted an Invitation to dinner at
was the first time III 19 Linen Dresses:
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y the home of Mr. and Mrs. %
tears-or since Mrs. Harry S. 25
''y LeE Hicks last Tuesday evening Truman EXCLUSIVE AT RAR The following is statement taken from the
Uttle did they dream president's family had attendedthe dresses dint Imports a

i they would be greeted by an Met, Sirs. Johnson said she antique dealer upon purchaseState
their neighbors residing In had attended only once before Our SpecialIndividuality Alice rr California %
J theIr block on Eeventh Avenue In 1938. 25
Sooth. Their friends had The! First Lady was accom Beautiful, high fashion on of Massachusetts
prepared Dresses, Suits, Skimmers
in. .
ponied b> her eldest daughter
an outside dinner party, County of Essex
Linda Bird; Lndd"11 It.
wedding cake and all, to cele House roommate, \\arrle Lynn Italian Knits City of Salem
brate the Wicks' 50th wedding Smith; and Mrs. Johnson's GIFTS 50 o/D

anniversary press secret jr>', Elizabeth Car. Famous Lulu Spagnoll and Off
The Wicks will soon Journey penter. Accessories Gin Pool Presses Sui"11' Grace Atlinson, being duly sworn deposes and says that she is a

north to Join their children Before the opera, she and her Antiques resident of the City of Salem, Massachusetts, and is a dealer in
celebration daughter and their :\ Pants Silk Sets
for a family companionswere .
4 and their Naples neighbors did guests at a private dinner 50% antiques and that in the month of June, 1921 sold to Dr. Edwin H.

not want them to love before given by Anthon Bliss, presl. INTERIORSFurniture and misc. OIF Shepard of Syracuse, New York, Chippendale, arm chair with a

they could do them honor. dent of the Opera Association. silver plot. on the bock bead ng this inscription"George Washington -

All 16 neighbors who participated The lop crust' "f a pie mat N Upholstering: Dressy Dresses and Imports 50% OFF sot in this choir October 29, 1789 at Salem, Massachusetts."
i agreed it was a hap- roiled ilitfhtU! thinner thin the
py and enjoyable affair. bottom print.sgtecial Draperies

Carpeting: The chair had belonged to Miss Lucy Symonds of Peabody, Mass.,

I Prices on ESlMrt Hair 1.95 SPECIAL TABLE 1.95 and it was originally the property of her ancestor, Major Caleb Lowe,

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3-0 Barley pitched an Inning of) r..
Jaycees Blank Cleaners
lief for the winners, and Joe 'fs4onq Softball
Gratton took over In the eighth
and became the winning pitcher
Holland All AloneAt
Salley when his teammates got theirtlebreaklntfrun.

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I Holland Salley
broke a scoreless' tie in the fifth. Averages
Tucker singling and eventually
Top Of Little League
scoring on a passed ball.
Exchange made It even In the 120r more It bats

top of the sixth on singles by AD H Avg.Schu1the1a .
STANDINGS cees meet Standard 011 In the Allen Storter and Tom Cowles,
15 9 .600

Holland Salley W 4 L 0 7:15 An nightcap.'easy winner In three pre- plus a can't ground pitch ball more Little than Leaguers six. t 9dqf" Parker 17 10 ,588 . . . . . . . . .

Standard OU 3 I vtoua games, Holland Salley had Innings a w.ek. so when the game Wheeler 21 11 .524
Jaycees 2 2 Its hands full Friday against went Into extra Innings the pit. D, Weeks 20 8 ,400 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, May 10, 11(4
Trail Cleaners 1 S Exchange. The score was tied, chers working at the time had Stahlman 21 8 .381
Exchange 1 1Klwanls 1.1, after the regulation six Inn. to come out. Tucker In his six V, Weeks 21 8 .381
1 Ings.The Innings, gave up seven hits but Flowers 21 8 ,381 * ,* * * *

Undefeated Holland Salley's tie stood up In the seventh he walked nobody and struck out Bennett 19 7 ,368
White Sox stayed all alone In but In the eighth Alec Winters
'Pease 8
17 ,353
first Little League slapped a single down the third. a.The GAME
place Naples pitching was Just as good Van Hall 17 8 ,353 It
by winning an elgtit.lnnlng thriller base line and scampered to third In the Jaycees-Trall Cleaners 18 8 .333 t
from Exchange Friday nigh on a throwing error with one out. contest. Provenzano's no.hlt bid Murphy
21. It was the only error of the game was broken by Jim Kollopoulos' r F> Haynes 16 15 .312 ByDoviJ TIME _

Runs were scarce thro-trout for Exchange. two-out single In the fourth. Dav. Liles 16 15 .312 Lyon
the doubleheader which ..''a Inters came across with the Id Kng* got the second hit offProvenzano Bickford 17 15 .294 _
marked by excellent pitching ant) winning run when David Barley ,. slxth-lnnlngsingle. Hannett 17 15 .294 n
snappy fielding. Jaycees shut ou hit a sharp single to left field. The Jaycee pitcher walked only Shimer 14" .286 High school baseball coaches, Bring out the tape.rneasure'Bialn rabbit back

Trail Cleaners, 1.0, In the tJI>In- Larry Rogers and Greg Hall one and struck out 12. YaM 19 15 ,263Kt.uee especially on the east coast, are they've ball.put After the a few welcome .
Ing game, as Chris Proveruino pitched three Innings apiece for fretting over the confusing statereiUl.1t1ons Into the
Loser Jerry Cooksley gave up 19 15 .263 of a less lively ball
the state
hurled a two-hitter for Jaycees. Exchange, and Bill Tucker pitch. governing years
three unearned runs, single tall. Askew 19 15
B. ,263 during
,
leagues
In the major
More ed six for Holland baseball tournament. Back home
crowd-pleasing gale" Is Ealley. Tony
les In the fourth, fifth, and sixth. Swiss 16" .250 which established dom
expected Monday, when Exchange hidden came In for Exchange we never had to worry about base pitchers
tangles with Trail Cleaners In aid held Holland Salley In the Provenzano singled In the fourth Schmucker 18 4 .250 ball tournaments. It Is Just one of inance of the game, we are treat
and came In on a groundnut for
the 5:15 first game, and Jay 'eventh.28ft Turner 13 3 .231 those sports that can get along ed to the spectacle of prodigioushome
'the first run of the game. MR. MANAGER Walt Alton, pilot of the world Kline 13 3 ,231C. without a tournament. runs within a few days of

Dirk Elferdlnk got on base on champion Los Angeles Dodge ituditi hn players In action Kelly 22 15 .227 They are playoff.road In Florl.da each other. And the season Is
a throwing error In the fifth and
from dugout steps Bans 14 3 .214 however, so we must have a Mill In its flrbt month.
stored on Don Hunter's single.. These two long homers were
SPORT FISHERMAN state baseball tournament.
Walker 23 4
Pruvenzano doubled In the sixth ,174
What makes things awkward for hit by two relatively undlsttn.
and scored again as Lance Stahl. CuUatte 18 3 .167 Dave Nlch.
Naples High and other schools'spring guished performers.
man singled Just Inside third Good Pitching Can Stop Caballero 20 3 ,150 sports programs are the olson of the White Sox, who
base, Jaycees got only four hits Cothron 22 3 .136 varying dates of spring football struck out more times in 1963
off Cooksle)'. Jaycees played 1. Askew 15 2 ,133 practice. Naples holds Its drillsIn than any baseball player In his.

errorless ball and the losers Havran 18 2 ,Ill March, and many others watt tory, hit one last week over the
made only two errors Anv Club. Keane Araues G, Kelly 20 1 ,050 until May. left-field roof at Comiskey Park

.., The demise of the Men school The blow was measured at 573
t\ Study Plan To End NEW YORK (AP) Johnny come up with a real good one In baseball program locally was f..et. and was only the second
Keane manager of the St. Louis Richie Allen. due In part to the fact that Na. home run hit over that roof.
ic ---" of High School Tie Cardinals, disagrees with those Keane Is high on his Cardinal Little League pies couldn't start Its baseball On Friday night, Wes Cov.

who think the San Francisco Giants pitching staff, especially Roger season until most other area Ington of Philadelphia powereda
'"' __. Football Games are going to dominate the Craig, the two-way man he got schools had nearly ended theirs. pitch over the 6 .foot high
GAINESVULE (AP') The National League from the New York Mets. AveragesThrough The stale athletic office might scoreboard in right-center, 405
tl'J Florida High School Activities "Good pitching can stop them "We're In good shape for the firm up its spring sports program feet from home plate In Connie ,,
-' U.--- Association will be asked to endUe Just like good pitching can stop long haul with six starters Friday's Games throughout the state by doing el th. Mack Stadium. It was the first
,,> .... football games-during regu. any club," said Keane. "I noticed Bob Gibson, Curt Simmons, Eight or more st bats er of two things. It can prohibit time a pla'pr'had hit a ball that
lar season and championship that Al Dark had to use Ernie Drogllo, Ray Washburn spring football practice, and let cleared the board on the left
playoffs-with a system dubbed seven pitchers Thursday to stop Ray Sadeckl and Craig. AB H RP Avg. athletes and coaches concentrateon side of the Scoreboard clock.

ON THE WAYS FOR "eight play penetration. the Cubs. "Roger wants to start and re. Barley 13 7 15 .538 spring sports; or It can set Baseball bigwigs must have
Floyd Lay executive secre. "Nobody is going to have a lleve and I'm going to let him Gratton 17 9 12 .529 up a definite spring football per. told the Spalding people to wind
tary of the FHSAA, said he long winning streak In this do it for a while. But I'm not Hartford 10 15 10 ,500D lod, say March 1.20:: and schools those baseballs tighter this season .
YOUR INSPECTIONULRICKSON would submit his to the would not be allowed to conduct so they would travel farther
proposal league nor a long losing streak. going to overpitch anybody. If Hooter 13 6 6 .462
tournament committee In AugustIn Nobody II going to win 19 out we don't have to scramble our spring drills before or after that when hit Fast-played, low.run
hopes It could be put Into ef. of 20 like we did last year. pitching, we'll be In the thick of Tucker 11 15 12 .455 period. games Just aren't popular with
SPORT-FISHERMANt feet for the 1964 season. "We haven't seen Milwaukee, It. Washburn's comeback givesus Rayburn 11 15 12 .455 club owners, who believe the

Fishing chain 225 Grey Marine. Eight play penetration would Chicago and Cincinnati yet but a big lift If Sadeckl can Bass 13 15 11 .385 During the past week, Rollle public must be entertained with
work thusly I'd have to say the league Is pitch like he did in Pittsburgh, Arthur 8 3 4 .375 Rice drove up to Gastonia to see plenty of home runs. Fans will
Give-wsy price of $3,750 if In event of s tie, a coin Is better than last fur Houston we'll be all right. Jensen 8 3 1 .375 Harry Blllle play forthePirates'Class come out to enjoy good baseball,

sold THIS WEEK. Call today tossed Winner of the coin toss fights you all the way. Milwaukee "I relieved with Gibson the Johnson 1144 .364 A farm club in the Western and that was what we had last
has the choice of running the they say, has more power other night because he only Vachon 9 3 3 .333 Carolina League. Rice will re. year without all those home runs.
first play, the last, or of goalde. Pittsburgh gives us plenty of worked four innings earlier in Allen 13" 7 .308 turn shortly with his firsthand The novelty of major league
BURTON BROS. I fense Teams then run eight I trouble. You saw how the Dodgers the week when we got Into that Daniels 13" 4 .308 Impressions. baseball Is wearing off quicklyin
I plays alternately. The position were hurting when Sandy throwing contest with the Phil. Gastonia opened its season re. the cosmopolitan and heavily.
921 3rd Ave. So. MI 2-3937 of the ball at the end of eight Koufax was out. lies Gibson got a $100 fine out Stoner 14" 2 .286 cently defeating Rock mil at populated Los Angeles area. The
I plays determines the winner "It looks like the Phillies have of that. I don't know what they King 1130 ,273 home. Batting cleanup, nillle ac. Dodgers aren't drawing as wellas
.gave the Phlllles' pitchers. The Provenzano 12 3 4 .250 counted for two runs batted In this season, and the Angels
way our rotation shapes up, Winters e 8 2 15 .250 when on two ocaslons he was hit on three recent nights In sue.
l everybody will have four days' Rogers 8 2 2 .250 by a pitch with the bases filled. cession drew home crowds rang.
i'f rest. In a 162-game season you KoUopoulos 8 2 0 ,250B A couple games liter, Blllle ing from 2,000 to 3,000.
About. got his first professional base. II Is contemplated that the An.
can't have too many pitchers. Flowers 13 3 15 .231
.
ball hit. It was one of those gels will move out of Los Angeles .
....-.. ... O.Griffin Cowles 13 3 3 .231 kind you can't catch, and it came next year or the year after,
tI 14 3 6 .214
with a man of base. The 6emln. and establish a new home In Ana.
GalsPlAnmTwo4l3all'
"1 i DeaczClub Hall 10 2 4 .200 ole Is Gastonia's regular third helm This Is the,center of a

OJ t DeLand 10 2 3 ,200Lindabury baseman, continuing 1 Pirates' neJWly-tjl hp uIJtM'al l >a 30 miles
T
10 2 1 .200 policy of making an infielder out south of LA, and they probably
I8tq. Cpt.ALG&% Mixed FoursomeOn RP "Runs produced total of a catcher Billie Is getting will draw well In their new home
of runs scored and runs battedIn. used to this relatively strange from San Diego an area previous
:1 Tuesday May 5, the mem. position, ly un.lilossed by major league
hers of the Beach Club Women'sGolf ball.
Ca Association played a low.
r gross and first and second low.
net tournament, In classes. PLAY BETTER GOLFBy THIS WEEK AT
The winning players in the 18.
hole division were as follows: CAMBIER PARK
I Class "A" Helen Eckard won Tommy Armour.
\ LITTLE LEAGUE: SCHEDULE
low-gross (93). The first low net
Monday 5:15, Exchange
THE GOLF COURSEWe winner was Irene Montgomery Trail Cleaners 7:15 .
(78). The second luw.net winner Elbow Key to Swing ; Jolycee.Stand.iflt
Oil.Wednesday.
are most appreciative of the acceptance 'of the was In Elsie Class Belts"D"(79), Eugenia). Marsh KEEP your right elbow down 5:15, Klwanls.Hoi.

course by our Naples neighbors. Approximately 100 carded a 95 to win low-gross. fairly close to your ribs l' Und Salley; 7:15 Jayrees-Ex-

of you have signed up for summer playing privileges. Aimee Capelle won first low.nct from address all thru the y l change.Friday, 5:15 Standard OU.
Inez McCune and Barbara bnckswing and unto' afteryou've / \
(71)
The summer season lasts until Dec. 15th, 1964. Rivht t Holland Salle>; 7:15Trail Clean.
Sherwood tied for second low.
hit the ball. That elbow ers.Klwanls
net (73). is a key position of the clot
In Class "C", Estello Paul SOFTBALL SCHEDULE
Family $75.00 won low-gross (103). First low. "inside-to-out" clubhead to body] Tuesday, 7:30 Stone.Tropics;
$60.00
- Single
- net honors went to Mamie Tooke path that i is the basic 9:15, SUhlman.Pulbllx.

(75). Ethel Anderson won sec. swing of modern golf. \ Thursday, 7:30 Tropics-Pub*'
Daily Green Fees 3.00 ond low.net (77). Have the foiling that your right lix; 9:11, Stone.Stahlman.
In the nine-hole division low. elbow is rather close to your
gross was won by Mary Evans body at the top of your back- Former 'champion Lionel
Electric Cart Rental 5.00 (56). First low.rut winner was suing, It probably will be far Hebert m the younger brother of
Grace Kealy (39) and second enough away so it won't be Jay Hebert, also a former PGA

Electric Caddy Cart Rental 1.50 Connell low.net (42)winner. was Jean Mc. cramptd Waltrr Magcn! whenhe w user.

was a youth coming used
up
Wednesday, May 13, a two.
ball mixed foursome Is srhe.dulcd to |practice with a handkerchief! GIVE
Our Members and Guests find the Course In for the members of the under his right arm !so he would Y

Beach Club. For those numbers keep! his right elbow close and MOM
tea
Excellent Playing Condition who have not made up foursomes
j there will be a drawing for part Jack rCicUaus! as having his THE DAY OFF
tiers at 12:30, first (lee Follow. right elbow "flying out" a bit F '

THE Ing this event a cocktail party at the top of the baikswtng. That's a mannerism thatdoesn't R
and barbecue will be '
held at
L t: the Beach Club, starting at 5:30 hurt him any as he certainly gets his right DR/va
: SWIMMING POOL p.m. allow close to his ribs and about above his right !knee NC
as he start! down. n''''1oJ TIle c1U.ee Tribune
Jacky lupii. winner of the
Eg
1964 Tucson Opens the Yota+peat
We have been given the "Green ;. of five golfing Mothers, ralrltotr couanous

Light" on our plans y the State of ,... ... --
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On May 15th. J964. there will be a 10' 'Soo' S42 CHUCK WOOD ,
burger
In imiiimiiiiimmimiiiiiimntiinmi: Includes
Increase prices Wt suggest you visit our 0 41
and If you like what Central Mgr, for Collier County lettuce, tomato
property you tee See eg ,y .nloali ,. tuettl%
HOWARD CARRIS, our laird manager You trues tali, 4snt aa Now In The Stone Building AVAILABLE and french friesl
may with to move up to Country Club living

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Famous Bassett brings you this new

Lands White Men T TookWASHINGTON


the Seminoles owned(AP-Jn most 1823 of new cluthes cars, planes, furnishings, Danish-style in 100% FOAM!

Florida and the Indian Claims "They told me I was rich, butI
Commission says descendants of don't believe It," said Billy Os. 5 ,
those tribes are now to be re ceola, chief of the Danla clan. If Sill Every cushion-seat and back-is reversible 3 uahlon
imbursed money owed them by Osceola was with 20 tribesmen .' ;: I ,'I'f' 4', for double wear! Every cushion is 100**!, foam -
the federal government when told of the news. <# ,'I for perfect comfort! The covers-in a rainbow
Attorneys for the Seminoles Friday's commission order, \ I. *' 1 I \ of color choices-are combinations of stripe SOFA
contend a settlement-yet to be based on hearings which endedIn '
. negotiated-could amount to $32 1961, said In effect, that the t II. i 1 and solid fabric -reverse them for a new look
: million or more. This would Seminoles have satisfactorily established .=..__:._ it ; every day. Legs and arms are satiny walnut
break down to about ",800 for that they held title to II- finish_ today's, preference. Regular $74 95
every Seminole man woman most of Florida in 1823. < 9.96 .
and child In may 1832, the government
*To modern Seminoles the acquired title to the reservation '
1,200 living In Florida and 3,500 land.These \ / -_ I\J
in Oklahoma-the ruling means questions must be de. "___
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settlement Is made:
$268 In Chattels 1. The net acreage of the land
ceded by the Seminoles under
Stolen As Motel
the 1823 treaty the value, and
Tenant Moves Out the amount of consideration paid
by the United States
Robert Whlpkey, manager of 2. The acreage of the SemU I -
the White House Motel, report. nole reservation ceded by the I
ed to Naples Polite the then Seminole nation under the May .
of a motor go.cart, valued at 1832 treaty, its value and the
$225, a tool box worth $7.00 amount of consideration paid.
and a $36 transistor radio from Seminole attorneys say the _< -
the motel early Friday morn. government received "at least" CHAMPION snook fisherman of this party is 10-
$1.25 an acre for the land It sold
Ing.The theft of the goods coin. after obtaining It "tor only a few year-old Jimmy Holland, left. He not only caughtthe I
ceded with the disappearance of cents an acre." first one, but landed three of the five which
one of the tenants of the motel They said a principal concernof averaged out about 16 pounds. Others in the fish
who moved out In the middle of the negotiations will be to ing party are : George Heald, and Mrs. Eloise Holland '
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the night, owing room rent as reach agreement on what was a of Sumter. S. C.' The fish were caught In .: Advertised In leading
well as a personal loan Whip. fair mal ht value of the land at Rookery Bay The party was fishing with Captain ) s national magazines
key had made him. Police learn. the time it
was ceded to the
Odom the Gulf NEWS photo)
ed yesterday that the roomer had government. Ralph on Spray (
lost his Job Thursday. "There will be a lot of happy
Seminoles," said Doyce L. Wal. Hangar ScoopKnow
Yemen u u Nebraska-wiie, MI drip, government agent In
lion of five million inhabitants. charge of the Danla rl'lil'rvatlon.YANKEE'S .


Your CAPby

LANDING t: r G qc 1''
Anne Swenson commander, seemed pleased as tan "
Chesapeake Avenue, Oyster Bay Things were really hopping punch. The Air Force evaluation .
$7,500 to $15,000 around here last weekend. As team said that despite the usual 1.J+ / l
you probably are well aware small mistakes It was one of the air ltq.''l I L'At
Y by now, CAP had a state-wide best In the nation.Mission accomplished .
SARCAP. search and rescue .i t ,r : i .
simulated) for CAP. U. Bob IT'S A FACTI i it
Pearman of Naples was in Ellington AFBTexas.1'wo former .
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charge of the cadets There wasa cadets of CAP are among \
little over 300) of them and most six members of the Air Force
of them bivouacked at the Girl Academy graduating class who
.t !Scout Camp near Rock Creek. have been named winners of the
I understand we have Mrs.Tim. National Science Foundation Fel.
berlake to thank for the use of lowshlps for graduate study
the camp. We surely appreciated The ex.CAPers are CampbellA.
II. Kidd, Madison, Wise., and A product of'
.- After the SARCAP the cadets Robert A. Lodge, Lynbrook,N.Y. DANISH 2-PC. SECTIONAL
Lease With Option To Buy were fed box suppers from Ken. The fellowships were awarded '''J
All E..IUIII, Ulluaual end DIII..nt W.I..III lucky Fried Chicken, at the blv. the basis of class performance, -
Peters You lUll at RanI L.. Y.nha'. L.ndlnll Coop l ouac area. They were then transported graduate.record examination and Danish style for contemporary good looks, 100Reg" ., 119.95
OPEN SUNDAYS fee ".W, TO 1:00 "W to Lowdormllk Park fora research proje"' 1
WEEKDAYS IY APPOINTMENT PHONE beach party At about 10 p.m The 19C4 graduating class at FOAM cushions for comfort, decorator coven In $QQ QIC world'ilorge"

: BURTON BROS. they either went home or backto the Air Force Academy counted colorful tweed. Rich Walnut finish 0 f .T 3 manufacturer! '
the bivouac area. By this 63 former CAP cadets amongIts wood furniture
time you had a group of pretty members when It matrlculat
921 3rd Ave., So. Phone MI 2-5201 worn out kids. There was a ed at the Academy in 1061.
'After Hours, Ml) 24937 or 2-3324 little extra thrown in for the ca.;
data that afternoon. They d ded to have a cadet mission,
so a piece of "wreckage" was Turn, Hits Auto
put out in the woods and the ca.
dots who weren't already work. "Trying To PassAt Foam Rubber Cushions with Zipper Coversare
Ing went out on a ground
party.
the precise time Beatrix reversible both Seat and Back. Rich '
Naturally, they found It. on i
Powell of tie Nightingale Apartments
There was a little over 200
Walnut finish. Choice of colors. Regular
Senior members present. They In her Volkswagen went
e did everything from fly the mis to pass Mrs. Roberta King!:. Price 34.95 Each. .
sion to supervising the refreshment Griffin of East South 51 rect,
J V stand. Some of them got Naples, driving a 1951 Cltcvro-
very little sleep Friday night. let northerly on Crayton Road ,
It's a little early to tell If any Mrs. Griffin made s left turn
money was made from the stam!. Into Rudder Road. 2 i $5000OR
the None last of meeting.the bills had come In at Damage to the: Powell carwas ..,y
estimated at $100 and to the
The Seniors of course, had
their own party up at Vander Griffin carat $25. No one wu .' J"7,
: tq bllt Beach. Curt Boyett catered Injured In! the collision and no 27.95 EACH
for us. This senior didn't makeit arrests were made. The accident -
to that one hut I hear It wasa occurred at 8:45: o'clock
good one. Friday morning. Sgt.D.L.Dass
.a w" All In all, It was a pretty good made the Investigation for the
weekend Colonel DuPont, wIng Naples Police.
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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, May 10, U6CState's Ing Agricultural Resources Ef.
fectlvely (DARE)-point to op. Hospital WeekProclamation
Oldest Appropriately citrus will be portuiiUles In food processing to
the first since It Is the biggest meet the increasing consumer e
money maker among farm cropsIn demand for read>'4o.cook and
Business To Get the state. ready cooked foods. WHEREAS, May 10 through It,
The May 13-14 conference will Florida farmers send 96 percent 1964, has been proclaimed Nat
be on citrus and other fruit and of their vegetables to mar. tonal Hospital Week; and
RejuvenationGAINESVILLE nuts. Another on dairying pasture ket In a fresh stale-.nproc. WHEREAS, The Naples Com. L
and forage crops will be eased, he said, while Californianow unity Hospital, since Its open. ., Y a' t ))
(AP) The held May 14.15. processes 40 per cent. Inj In 1956, has played a vital
state' oldest business, and still Others will follow on succeeding part In the health and welfare
Us biggest, Is coming In (fur a weeks featuring vegetablesand Farmers of our city' and county; and r '.
rejuvenation through operation tobacco Ma 19.20 .
) ; plants, WHEREAS It diligently main.
DARE, a trick name for a mud- flowers and turl May 21.22; animals tains its health cart services for ryp..r "
ern study of Florida's a rlcul. May 27.28; forestry fish To Test Order Of every person in Naples and Col.
ture and conservation June 2.3; food Commission tier County on a round the clock .
Dr. E. T. York Jr., provostfor distribution June 4.J; fertilizer Milk basis; and .,
agriculture at the Universityof pesticides equipment credit and I T TALLAHASSEE( )-Orders WHEREAS each member of Its ,
Florida, gave news media a labor June 11C(); and general of the State Milk Commission staff contributes selflessly In a t .... ""t/j \
preview of the first reports from agriculture and professional reduc Ing the producer level prices specific way to the care of pa. \. "
I the project Friday. groups and government agem lei i of milk were challenged in tlents; andWHEREAS 3
I More details will come in a June 22.23. court b\ dairy farmers rrlda '. like other hospl. J r 1
series of nine conference-- start. At the press briefing, York The Central Florida Milk Pro. tals In the nation, the Naples r .. .. ". '
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I Ing next week between Industry said many people seem to have i hirers Association of Orlando Community Hospital works with t f'f ,
representatives and the agricultural the concept that farm economy asked the Leon County cirruttcourt other agencies In protecting the lie, WI'" '. ',. ,
research and teaching Is dwindling. to throw out a ru'rrent order health of our citizens and en. I,4 4 ;
I staff of the university. "Yet today many factors suggest setting the price the) get for ages In research for the prevention :; > I ,
Each of the <"onferencwill that agriculture nationallyand milk at :57 cents a gallon and one and cure of Illness; and I 1lt
I take up one particular rn uIUt) : particularly here In florida i that vtlll become effective June WHEREAS, plans are being
I or group of products Is on the threshold of an exciting; I fixing the price at 58.2S cents activated whereby the hospital ., .
and .... ,
--- -- new period of growth which i a gallon.No through a building program will -
I could surpass anything ever hearing date was set. be able to provide first rate
I I II !seen In history," he said The said the prices the) were hospital service for this grow. j KEY ROLE of the volunteer was accented Thursday -
r I VM1Y /Me told how the Initial studiesIn i being paid were too low for them Ing community for the foresee during HPiiual Naples Community Hospital
the project-named Develop to slot\ In business. able future; Auxiliary luncheon held at the Naples Beach Club

NOWTHEREFOREIARCHIE Hotel. The meeting featured reading of service
TURNER By virtue of the author. reports, and talks by Mrs. Ray Perkins, district
Ity vested In me as Mayor of the
City of Naples Florida do here director, Association of Florida Hospital Auxiliaries -
bj ask our citizens to partlcl. and Joseph Bertolami, hospital administrator.
TODAY'S HOSPITALS pate In the observance of Nat. 'e4 r Important positions were also filled with the appointment -
lonal Hospital Wf'l'k. May 10. (top photo) left to right of: Mrs. H.
16, 1964, and also to Join with Milton Link, corresponding secretary; DAs W. T.
MEAN HEALTHIER FAMILIES me In congratulating the Na. Barrett chairman of volunteer services; Mrs. JohnE

plea Community Hospital for Its Myers, publicity chairman ; and Mrs. Richard
j outstanding contribution to the
HOLLANDSALLEY welfare and development of our Pittman Ways and Means chairman. In the lower

I Yqi. city.IN. photo, Bertolami outlines plans for expansion of
WITNESS WHEREOFlhave the hospital. (McGrath photos)
I INC. set my hand and seal of the Cityof
Naples, on this 8th day of May
9atetiolg!: nineteen hundred and sixty four It's Hospital Week

850 5th AVES ARCHIE TURNER, MAYOR

NAPLES, FLORIDAFurniture i City ATTESTS Elsie Clerk Lehman, YYsl Y, rt e New Drugs Reduce Time




Rugs, .V r Dr. William Bailey, Patient Is In HospitalA

Delegate To State
Gifts, Accessoriesand .

Objets d'art I lUedicall\leeting patient spends half as much day often call many trained
time and better faster today "
gets
Into
teams action.
Dr. William J. Bailey ts: the Medical SocietyTo Registered Nurses In than he did
not to be foundelsewhere : a hospital As this progress Is made In
official of
representative the Hold Dinner District 7 Plan thirty years ago JOSl'ph Ci.I3er- medical care and hospitals become -
Collier County Medical Society tolamt administrator of the vastly more complex organizations -

NATIONAL HOSPITAL WEEK of the at Florida the 90th Medical annual Association meeting- MeetVednesday Meeting Tuesday Naples Community Hospital, they need added

The Collier County Medical of the pointed out yesterday in connection personnel to care for patients,
now lit progress at hollywood Members Florida State
Visit furnished modal MAY 10-16 1964 '' with the opening of National Bertolaml noted. At
our Society will hold a'dinner meet Nurses' District present
ria., according' to an an- Association Hospital Week,which begins -
apartments at Carriage' nouiicrmriit received from the ing at theNaplesCommunityllos. 7, will meet at 6 o'clock Tues the Naples personnel complement
and extends
Club, La Tour Rivage and Florida Medical Association. pita 7 on Wednesday May 13, at day night. May 12, in the dining Saturday.The today throughnext tient. Is 1.7 employees per pa-
p.m.
Yankee's Landing. The meeting ends: today. Dr. Henry J.L. Marriott, dlr. roomof the Naples Com local hospital Is Joining Although costs of hospitalcare
Elected by his: local groupas ector of the Cardiology Center, munity Hospital. other hospitals throughout the have risen he believesthe
INSTRUCTION : a member of the state ulIoclatlon'lI Joseph Dcrtolaml. hospital
PIANO General will
MEMBER OF Tampa Hospital administrator nation In observing National patient is getting "a bar
House Delegates, speak "Auscultation of the will explain
on Hospital Week, held annually
AMERICAN INSTITUTEOF CcrtlfM Memfer MTNA DMTNABtglBMrs gain" because of the advanced
U College Prepsrstory Dr. BJtley will help decide Heart," and will present some plans for the expansion of Naples during the week of Florence methods in hos
employed today
Downtown Studio along; with delegated from the unusual cases and physical signs. Community Hospital.All Nightlng ale's birthday (May
"The
INTERIOR DESIGNERS Ann Welmer Phone MI 2-llt7 other 40() county m.'dlcalsoc1c- All doctors and dentists In the registered: nurses are 12)). The week Is sponsoredby pitals. patient is made
ties, the FMA'a policies area are invited. Those planningto welcome to attend. Reserva more comfortable recovers
J I attend:are asked)toriake reservations made the American Hospital As- faster and returns sooner to
rlloag maybe. by calling
Sine ''1947-1949 eosfs'foV' ail\ at the hospital Angcluic Calltri R.N. at Ml- sociation' to'gfve' Individuals an his normal dan)"' routine," he
about
learn
the secretaryDr. Ethi'lTrygstad opportunity to more
consumer Items have risen 29 at Ml 2.3653.: 22151. the hospitals In their commun- said.Guided tours of the Naples

per cent, but food has risen only ity. Hospital will be held from 2

OPEN HOUSE TODAY.This 22 per cent, Rents are up 43 [Read the Want tAds: I Services, drugs and methodsof to 4 o'clock on Monday through
per cent and medical care 67 : patlctiTcare that were unknown Friday afternoons. The pub

per cent. a few years ago have lic Is Invited to see its hospital
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helped to reduce the average In action during National
stay of a pattern Bertolaml Hospital Week
explained.
"Thirty years ago the person -
who entered a hospital could

expect to stay approximately
14 days. Now, thanks to these
Improved methods of care he

can anticipate a visit averaging FOR SUN, RUN 4 FISH
: 7.6 days according: to the
u national average. In Naples Silver King ;

1 during; the past fiscal year re.., H.v.n D.Ck.i (
thc average length of a pa MODERN. SAFE, FAST L
tient's; stay was 5.8 days FISHING CRUISER "
somewhat below the national
figure'' Ml 2-2837 or Ml 2-3940 :
The Improved methods of Capt. Cecil Lamb :

a care. Dcrtolaml explained are .J

\ the result of scientific developments -
more efficient diagnosis
; and treatment and higher
+. 1a medical standard fPtILUFF


I TAKES TEAMWORK

"New triumphs of medical CMC INC.
science mean not only new supplies Trucks
Parts
and equipment for the hospital -

lovely triMO-bedroom, two. Beautiful drape and carpets, eItcled \ 0 i but also require new -Service -

bath home shown this winter skills for hospital personneland TEMPORARY
season by Holland! Sally, alto are included
new technicians; to operate LOCATION
as a HoMiLI Home exhibit house at at this price, along with the Is Your some of the advanced equip- 421 Ninth St., N.

2095 Crayton Road, can now bo pur. clecoittwr elected lighting fixtures. ment. The doctor's orders to

chased .t the exceptionally attractive There' a nice patio off the living
Garden l j I I I I j I I l.
I price of 3350000. This include: room, a pump and well for springing! I j
There's Nothing Lilt It In
Naples .
the lawn and shrubbery and
,
I m.nyI
I House, fully sodded and landscaped other features that will please you. Too Big For Your Lot?
lot, G.E. central heating and
See this one I today, and several I other
I air conditioning, the latest G. E. kitch VnIageGreell
fine home offered by HoMiLI Home
I en appliance consisting of range top,
in The Moorings of Naplet. Before this happens, you should see the one acre
oven, dishwasher and disposal, Cornet
kitchen cabinets in driftwood grey nd larger homtsitet 'In Blocks "H" and "Z" of "WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER"

and a cozy snack bar. PINE RIDGE EXTENSION These are specifically A New Community of Cooperative

H. Milton link Realtor Garden Apartments for Adults
toned for the amateur horticulturist. Your hobbies
Associates: Leslie C. Johnston, James I. Cochrun,
Only-Prices Start at $7,200
Betty I. Johnston, Art Arnold. nd your pets will enjoy the provisions of the PINE

RIDGE EXTENSION agricultural toning.

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FORMldway2.2107 NtW: YORK (\ )-Tha bloomis son whl the Oiiomir expansion

:jmalnlnf on the economj asi should not i ontlnue.

>. 'I i me: progresses. His belief was echoed by his

I President Johnson and his chief economic adviser, Walter

I t, iMnmlsts expressed confl.deme W, Heller Secretary of the

In the business oullonk Treasur Uuwjlas Ollltm and

during the week. Secretan of Commerce Luther

The National RetAIl Mer N. ihxtges.

hauls Association and the Natloiul "The present business reiover

Association of Purchasing \' is 4 hejllhler, longer and

Agents are optimistic. stronger expansion than we

Automobile and steel produc have aihleved In peacetime, andI

ton continued al high levels would SoY there Is no end Insight

Johnson told -l group of ad. ," holler lommented.

Announcement 21-lost & Found 38-Autoi For $*!. 49-Houses For RentS 59-Acreage vrrtlstng executives that as long lie expressed the opinion that

labor and the tax rut, enacted In Febru.
as business
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON Found tackl" box Owner I9W Thund..bordHlldIOp. R 6 fcfrm. house lurnished Call, FIVE ACRE TRACTS CLOSE govern.flII'tlt
1(21 C. Timiiml may claim by identifying and H. Power window, tat*. Fac. MTtl9l after I. II pm: IN ON ROAD SURVEYED operate In an atmosphereof ary, has ,et to produI'e a great
Mjdway 2M72' Trill paying for ad Ml 11IJ4 toy sir conditioning Low "I. ./J.\l.tt ISO 00 DOWN AND JJOOO A mutual tru.it, he sees no rea- Impait on business but adik: >dt
'/kit 4/Zltl ala MI 04704 afl.r I PM YfcAKLY: RENTAL MONTH MARLOWE AND "We exiKHt J gradual swellingof
BECK REALTORS. 413 ITH
!-!.olfI.Moton Actes. .,sr JEEP GOOD CONDITION UNFURNISHED bdrm IH AV!. SO. loll[ I SUI. 319511$3MtTHIIIGDIFPCRENT the tide, not a tidal burst.'

.. 23-Misc. For Sale un ftO. Ml' tMIO I/Ill beth residence J. W OYCHES DOS per mo : IN.. PUBLIC NOTICE The National Retail! Merchants 'FirestoneNYLON
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BOAT BROKERAGE FOR SALE:.. CHEVY: 114 Ird m *... ACREAGE: Association, with a membership .
MAPS STANDARD 4 DOOR |)7| Ml '..1152JII' NOW I acre tract 'located
LISTINGS BIDS of
URGENTLY: REQUEST FOR 11,000 department
CIty County Tops IOU SHADOWLAWN DMMl lust one mile from US' 41. ,
NEEDED: .XEROx Copyxa ffistaxtl t-347J ----- .-- Drlno on to this! property with The Board of labile 1 Instruction specialty and varlet stores,
Bob Martin MI 2.3757runkSmiIh CARLES BLUEPRINTING, 1/IG.3t RENTAL* your own car and compare it ColI..' County. Naples' Florida will
Chn*.Craft Sale, III Sth ...".. So Ml 2 2152 gainst any otherl Only 111 accept bid on ins I9M' H Ion Pickup predated a 5 per cent 111'r..oIlieIn
l/IJIf llltfVanmore 2 bedroom furniihod "om.. down full price |'9I. For Truck as specified below, bidsmust retail sales and an 8 per rent
40-Aulo Parts Near Sea G.. School $70066. further Informetion contactD be In the oil,.. on or before second half
14'5 30" ranoinoucelloatondton. Repairs gain In profits the
14' Chris Cr.ft Cruittr ; must
Np. T Jones Enterprise*. Inc I: 30 p m. May II IM4 lids
: aso Ml 2 llll afterI
engine. Excellent condition 2 bedroom 'unll"ed opt.sic. Midway I 5)41 P 0. Boo 072 be his Federal, ..e... ta. and any of his tear.
pM II' 51
Will ,Mil reasonably MI 14049. to.OO Il k icree on ImmoTilee, ; "M. ether applicable tea allowable" to This was based on a poll of
WANTED USED AIR COMPRESSOR LOOK HERE! 17500 cash Your chine for public schools." Certified or ceshier* TRUCK
SPECIAL CALL Ml 1-13.0. I bedroom unfun"ed .pt. good ,Investment CARIBBEAN check in amount of 1% of total its memheis, who were more
1/1.10 Stove sod re'. 17." REALTY, I7M N. Trail Mid amount of bid must accompany bid optimistic about the second half
19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby" Wondering wher* to go weyjll5l. 42Sths.tfiiii6u' The Board reserves the right to 1C. than they had been Unit the
FOR SALE AT With car problems WE NEED MENTAL LISTINGSSEE dpI *r reject any or all bid.
your
runabout, twin 40 H.P. j;. : Speclficetion": first half.

Johnson motors with only ART'S ART SHOP Factory Finish Pa ml jobs' CARIBBEAN REALTY town. Close Term' to. Trail CoHier 1145 pcocro. I 194 Model H Ton Pick, up TruckChistn The National ,Assocl.iUon of TIRES

IS hrs. sine new. 2 18 Liauor Horn Tahltlan C.b.t., Bar Matched Stool. and Ml Wrecks RabuiltTunaups "W"... Customer Sand ThlrFriend Real Estal.. Mt '.3000 County Op.n Engine, : I and cylinder Body, ttO cu In. ",In'. Purchasing Agents, whose

1 3001 "'.h *" SundeysWill 0/17.11.10 mum piston displcmnt members bu)' produds for lndu.stn .
gal. gas tanks, all controls, Front and lignmnl', North Trail Ml Hill -TradeTecrMi* for 4 wheel Wheel Base: Minimum lit Inches. forecast that '.3 1oU't"'I'markt .

etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trailer Motor OvarhaulTransmission T'2rm. lurn dream house. lrlve J... Collier County RealEstete Transmission. Standard I speed .
24-Mics. For Rent rebuilt tech room list glass sliding' Ml 2311. Op.n Sun Silent Shift Syncro Mesh. will generally "pievill' COME IN. .
complete package LubricationBrakas doors I feeding to Isrlsocrsen dtys Body' Regular, I"V I 4 minimum' for the balime of the year. It ..
1895. See at 1650 Murex HANNAH i "u.b..d H..o porch Lovly' bath with unkn e>posed fenders
Quick dial-'O-.c,... 'IU'oar ailded the opinion thit business
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hat hard work so ho closno' tll. tub N ourne w Sos Gate Tires, ,: Standard equipment site -
Drive, or call Bill Tucker, the rues with Plus' Lustre Rent Polish Woo School MI I."". 4/22.tflaaulilul. tale ere. Ml Collier 2'.3911 County. Reel Es.. spare wheel end tire lOotS, will lie diM'Uli-illy littler I In I 1004 cHECK OUR
electric' shompoure $7. Naples Don look any furt ., '"' Open Sundays.S7wsti 4 ply
Midway 2.4295 Excellent FArniture Ce. 5/Is like new """CBS OiT 5.. "'uu. nil ,.",... Prams ... and la 1965,
Buy! Sos pIes Large bedrvom with twin For trailer or homesil over -'Rear h"k" Absorber>> DirectionelSignals. "The threit of lunation will

26-Personal logram Chevrolet, Inc. with eds. walk, in "closets tile. bath 1 .er* tracts SIN icre I icretrects Dual Single Spied Wip. exist but shouldn't betome t Low FLEET
sliding glass doors living
with ..
lctnclty end .... Sun Visor on 0'1" Sid
12-Help Wanted 130 .Ith St.1*. MI 2-1101 room, kitchen. 4 dinette Airconditioned read. Other big, icrtage tract Heavy duty overload spring' on rear. problem for the balance of this

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS N sol... Plo water. |7| yearly electric' Adult heel .City 120 dn |20 per up 1IMIIOO Ib cipacity ooh rear year," the association! said. ,*
Man or woman with, drinkingproblems pets' PO. las 43' Naples' no Collier County Real"ill" *, Ml, spring' (.nglr.' *.rd t* tak. car Automobile production held to
: Ask for help by calling 2 3919 Open Sundays of net load of 1000 Ibs) JrfR1CE
EMPLOYMENTOPPORTUNITIES MI t 43M Visitors cordially 41 -Trucks o Tractors 4t.tfo 1/I SI,wth* Governor II mph manlmumUndercoeted Ito> booming paie with output ;
welcOmed' Meetings, In '11lI.p."t GOING ON VACATION H .
acre rtacts Ifoo dn and during the week estimated ut
Church Anna SIN
on II7M 00 for a brand nw CMC I ROOM t500 Pelnted standard School Bus Yellow
COTTAGE SLEEPS per mo no Interest USD "
Tills
St 7th 181,029
.1 A Taos cars.
viewer sod passenger
y pickup truck Surs lhersn 5 S ALL ELECTRIC KITCH. ,One mile from Golden Gate Delivered to Neple* Florid'
IN NAPLES Frl n'l' .t 30 PM gimmick to Itpay You hays to EN. AVAILABLE BY WEEK City Collier County Reel Es W D REYNOLDSSuporlnl.ndont; 'ompllrt'll i with \70,23111111'111'/

RUBBER StAMPS that mohi 1)1 91 ststo I.. sod buy 5 OR MONTH IN NORTH CARO Isle Ml 23911. Open Sunday of School bled the previous week and \ SIZE
good Impression Any sue licaary< .. tot. Immedlats d.II" LINA 3700 FT, ELEVATION I 211 It Iwt". N.P''''. Florid
HELP WANTED One.day service. Collier County LUFI1 GMC. INC. .21 0th CALL MI 2 SIt?. l/la.II May S 10. 14. 1'M .I41 170,430 a )ear ugo. General '
News If St N. Temporary location Motors anti Ford worked some IcI

MAITRE D' HOTEL 1/3 .tI".1t 35-Stores Office 61 -Income Property IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURTIN plants oveitlme. \_ _
AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY .
33-Services Offered Production: In April totaled
CHEFS: Centrally located laundry and FLORIDAIN
44-Mobile Homes Office, No. I, 2nd story Belch adjoining store building with PROBATE 790,222 cars, highest In history Ii
American, European, RIP-RAP SEAWALLS I Building, til 10 per Mo 1170 Ird Income. Merlow' and Beck IN REi ESTATE OF for the month and manufacturers .
(Irsilor with cabana end carl St. So Watkins 4 Barkau, 103 Reeltor. 413 SIlt Ave So. MI JAMES HENRY BURRUS ,

Polynesian COOKS: and ROCK GROINS part 327.tl for. Ml rant I 4111 or sale or, I Nice 2712 loot.on SIN/ ,.Ave tl So Ml, 2.1141 2_1221.' __ .Apartments_. __ _Close_ lltfsIslander 'to NOTICE creditors, TO of CREDITORSAll Deceeaed the estate of 000 for silii-ilulfd May.Steel an output of 701 ,' TRADE TODAYfor

Salad Preparation Creosote seawallsdocks Want 10 buy Ira/or 10' wide beach and shopping Owner III, JAMES HENRY BURRUS deceased production maintained a

piers and groins CoIl MI 2.109. 4/tO 57-Houses For Sale good Reeltor terms, 413 Marlowe Ith Av*and. '0.Beck Ml are hereby, notified and required which,to 1 high rule although It dipped|
BARTENDERS > file I any claims or demands week below the
MARATHONDREDGING 1221. 3/1.sttf65Gen. during the lire
For Immediate ..1.. Well built, they may hav* egelnst said estate In
45-Trailers For Rent 1 vlous week's level for only the
HOSTESSES CBS horns Completely' furnished the office of the county judge ofColll.r
CO. Lounge. 2 aliaebl bedrooms I : County. Florid In th* courthouse the third time this year. Mills
CASHIER 'Trailers |l 5 wk, with' TV. 2 bath*. wall to wall Real Estate at East N.pl.s, Florid, withIn .
Dredge, Dragline 110 a week Space |> 5 week carpeting even In baths Mod. SIB, calendar month from the turned out 2,4r 6,000 tons ugalnst IllSAVINGS
FOOD CHECKER and Doiler Work. Rock Creek Trailer, Park era kitchen, large sun ,room WATERFRONT Mold 4 units del* of th* first publication of this 2,404,000 the previous wl!vk.
.
4/2ltf large corner lot. 214. SIlo Ave plus 2 bedroom 2 beth home nolle, *. Each claim or demand must The Industry has ol'erolll'd|' wti
WAITRESSESDISHWASHERS Airport Rd Ml 2.4323 ,
oIl
So IIUt completely furnished Make b. In writing and mutt stele th*
Summer Hours a n appointment to *.. this prop. piece ot residence and pott-office i about 77 |per rent of tstlmaled
Monday through Friday 48-Apts. For RentBUILDING 1011. Cy press Wood 0,. No. orty today.COMMERCIAL: .dd,... of the claimant and must capacity this year '
500 to I:30 P M 3 bdrm 2 beth horn. Carpet b* sworn lo by the claimant his
CLERICAL
'
Closed Saturday 1,00, P.M. ad central' heat and air cendLarge I lot a. 100' 11 agent or his eltorn.y or It will
Vies Shoe Repair screened porch, beautiful on Second Av*. North, just off become void according to law ,
SWITCHBOARD l/IO lot A NEW HOME? kitchen, .11 Insulated with Highway got Shown by *p' DATE: April II I I'S4 Wants Airliner
-- styrafoam Call for apt liter poinlmant. .' AGNES ELL BURRUS.Enecutrli .
',,00. .OPERATOR. SEA WALLSCONCRETE .. FURNISHED EFFICIENCY I i* .m.lOwnM." M4i 21123)1 I of the tL"of' =-'
TWIN' BCD* SrZcTD Deck Door To Be
.. MAINTENANCE MEDIUM / rainpaclAKE 7AMC1 HENRY 1URRUS.
.1 'mi I
: WOOD ROCK LIVING ROOM PATIO ON' PARK NIce Ibid Deceased You can counton
THE WATER. TV CABLE ,room I bath houi. Screened Apr. II. IS. May 3. 10. 1M4 .lll Hullet-Proofed
MAIDS
Foundation Piles OVERLOOKS NAPLES BAY 14 out ol II ol our ..tI..m*nt porch, large utility, room end
PRIVATE' : DOCK FOR home sold on Michigan' Av*. Near FamousVIresfon.
BOAT carport schools
ine (hopping NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
LIFEGUARD Docks-Mooring Whips INQ AND FISHING Ml 24117. Only I remaining et III.470 Including yearly rntel REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME CONCOKIl Cali(. (AP)-OH.
$/,.It lend scaped lot. (.rein, the closure that Ilia 1.llot""f. Pa
Informed thai
The Publio
JANITORS I ACS EN Automatic ABBOTTRadio ed porch ..' condo See those See Neple' South Ind Model are
AF3' undersigned to register the rifle Air Lines
'URNISHED propose plane that .
home bifor buying' onyr.Iire. Home* on Dlsplcy'
BUS DRIVER 2 room furnished .pt. IU.OO mont home* CARIBBEAN Remember to ,.nt. buy or following' fictitious Florid, Statute cams :unite thaportinont crashed had been shot broughtto
week REALTY 3750 N. Trail Ml sell" ContactI.scillo
Radio Road I guest house III 00 a week 2.Illl. 470thtfNICE Oil Leak Brow COLLIER CARD COMPANYThe light a chain of colncldunres.
Will for
interview personnel I 6042 14353 14475VICS All plus utilities 1401 C.."' .. Virgil Marcotn, Bob J..... type of busln' *** to b* tngaged Another Pacific Air 1.ln"lpl.| Farm &
In Is the distribution of post cards,
Rd. 1112.11.2.
job applications at Howard
__ RETIREMENT: : HOME DEWEY POLLY snap packs, folders album sou lot, OscAr deal, now 44, was
Johnson Motor Lodge. Mr. plots Shoe SHOE Service REPAIR Com andrafmlshing Sabal Shores Apts. Brand new 2 bdrm. CBS on ".n"" book and other nleted In. shot In the flight compartment Commercial
Dyeing
: YEAR ROUND LIVING Trail Terrace. 110950. CARIBBEAN cldentel endeevor. to b. looted In
.
S2I 5th REALTY
Carl Maas.Applications. Av* So, of his piano as It taxied ut the
Napla Modern one bedroom end elliciency REALTY, 3750 N. Trill' Naples' Florida The ownership of
...pt. lurnished TV Ml 2 llll. 4Sllis.14I > Corner of 1.1 Av*. Uo 4 the business. la to b. vested 'nDO..LD Chico, Calif., airport on July 31, Truck Tires.
will be taken LabIa In. Monthly or yer Timliml' Trill ARNOLD M% 1001, by a man who told officers

from: Transportation round hrecs Ml Ave 24415. Kelly Rr. and bd,... t bath CBS with .fr Ml 2.4355. JOHN/DONALD ARNOLD ARNOLD- 10% he wanted lo fort. Cleal lo take
I/HI large *.,..nad porch Double
10.12 noon Driving to New Jersey Would Furnished'" Pt lor"rant. ill per 5.rao, peved drlvewey IMj BARGAIN' Owner moved /.CARROLL./ JOHN ARNOLD him 10. point off the pilot's For Extra Long
lbs to have lady companion to tots, completely I sodded. In Sor. SMITH
route.
week Inquire at 1401 C. .."
I bedroom, 2 bath, VEQA BROWN NICHOLS
24 P.M. share driving Raf UnchangedMl Rd. rentS Oerden This I I. a brand garage, near
3 fOOt. |/i.it /2'.tl new Whiteker and Nicholas' hopping and schools, 'low down Suits II Belch BldgNaples. Cteal, bllndc-il by a lug that Mileage And

7.9 P.M. Furnished I bedroom apart home Complete' 122.JOO. CARIBBEAN I payment Florid.Attorney strut his head, set up a JulIo>>
men. Huge living room, kitchen for RegitrntApr
REALTY, 37M N.
Want. Female 38-Autos For Sale end bath. Ml 2)691' 2/25.11 Trail., Ml 2 1151__ .".th*.tfSORRENTO CHEAP ACREAGE IS May 3. 10. 17. ISM J>I31 training program for pilots, DependableService
13-Help AVAILABLE
EBB TIDE APTS. something he had long thought
IN EVERY WAY GARDENS 4 bedroom IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURTIN was necessary, lie got help In
Middle aged ..1.! |>rl I for part Modern furnished efficiencies' I bath brlckfront beauty David C. Jone; Realtor AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY,
time work ...pply.'n ptrton 1Lifittt EVERY DAY and I bedroom apts ISO a ",0. This very large and spacious' 1351' Ith ...".. So MI I 3152 FLORIDAIN his project from an fDI man,
Re..H, Naples' Shopping Yours safer ,if you select Kelly Rd ./2I.tf ham has living room family,' i5/5,50 PROBATE No. Ml Raymond F, Andrew Sr.
C.ntorDipsodabli 5/5II nent Used Car from room with full brick elevetedlireplac 'In re. Estate of
your our Two. TIle who died In Thurs.
copilot
I bdrm furnished mi1es
Near large couniry"Tols 3
*
*pt
stock of sliding dais .RHT V"'NVIIC d..ed
( top quality Spic and doors to
woman or liht
beech end shopping Weekly' or I minutes to school
In 'If Span' guaranteed Used Carl patio Lira kitchen" with all high NOTICE TO CREDITORS day's crash was Raymond E.
house keeping live po monthly' or around Midway |2.000 .*.". tOW off for cash
..bl. Ml 24693 1/7120 Coma in and see for yourselftl 2 3041 year 3/IS ifOwnurs custom built, cabinets. disposal I. v or |2I down 121 month All crsdibors' of t". .1.1. of Andresi Jr., the first pilot to
Built with FirestoneSUPR.TUF5
C",,,. Sot Are VI AT dishwasher. renge. Recreation per .RNT V"'NVIIC. d..ed. are here.
.[I1.nt woman wanted for re PS RAH I owner 1'95.GO large lurnished sffi.Cioncy. room could' be used as fifth by notified and required to file any complete deal's Judo training
,
eponsible' secretarial position II Ambassador Wigon Air cond Itonecrafl bedroom has adjoining' bath Completely furnished house KM' claim,: er demands which they may program. !
Must b. killed it typmf end fact air PS PB ApIs Ml 2415J or MI 1-1111 Office could alao Ha used as to beech on 15th Av*. ... have against said ..,.,. In the oftice Cleal now s Menlo Park
"
Mint and hv* shorthand or RAN 1591 00 small bedroom Fireplace and wall landscaped of ,
Carpeting In the County Judge of Collier
OCIu.I.n'ood "'..y Doe 5. i II Olds' 4 dr. AT, ps. Modern APARTMENT- I bdrplate < ,with unfurnish.ed .om. tivin Oar.a. tarraoo In bedroom $29.SOS. County Florida, ,n the Courthouse Calif., nto<'kbroker, slressud

or t* day week mclud.nf' Saturdey PB R&H 1MI00 kitchen Near beach andshopping win' and service trees Condominium el East Naples" Florida within, sic i icalendar anew a statement ho made after The Miracle Rubber
Par tim lull II apt luxurious on
0 begin Rambler' Americanwaion Fully oddd IVt lots ,month from the of
I.,... m Ith Ave with waterfront III. .100. del his experience at Chlco-'that I
tm. poaition Apply AT. Fact air 119100M I.3)9) li2r. caved driveway, doubl car. Only the first publication of this notice. That Gives More
Greater Napla Chambar of Rambler Superstd. nort Just I ION veer* old Prlc* U7.50 per mo. Memtensnce. Each claim or demand must b* in airliner night deck doors should

'Commerce 1y"u know and call iiii./2' II. to Buick.. air La Sabre 2 dr. US 00 Efficiencies I"IAL SHoRts evaiiabie" APIS Kelly Rd 114500<7<0 N CARIBBEAN Trill Ml 2 'REALTY 155. I IS unit motel, apt I bedroom writing residence, end end must post stele oflic the ddrss pieceof be hullet.r.roofed, and locked In Trouble-Free MilesIn

tractors and construction in HDTP PS PB AT 144100 and Areca Ave Ml 2 445J fl7thsjfr'bdrm owner qurtr wimmmg of th* claimant and must be swornto night.
Colliar Co. I extramonsy 10 Lincoln 4 dr. HDTP 3/24 IIPuroisbd pool Excellent value' a DM.000Lekefront lbs All
can put Comp euuip w (act air 2 beth Trick.. house by claimant his agent. or hisattorney j I Conditions
for toads ,
In pocket or will become void
your P 0. Son I owner above avg 171900M .ee wall and dock sodded and Duple' III.100. 1500 to lewMARTH at' '
supply. Writ cording MORf TMAM uat 0FLORIDA'S tII
you I bdrm Adults landscaped well to wall down Of Service
201. Coral Oabla. ... / Dodge Pioneer WsgonVSATPSRSH apt car.netina one side rented for WALKERAdmlnistralrii 1 I Trucking
J __ 109! 00 only, Ml 02455 or 231)1Efficiencies sad range '1141 ...,bo, III 00Chermlnf. TOlBlST Milt

Rock Crusher Operator Prefer SI Crown Imperial, 4 dr. 3/2. 077 .. ___ Place, 111500 Call MI 2 M02 estet of Ami Vinvlk.of 'tha UtTTJRN FOR ANOTMCR VISIT I
man able to weld' and run front HD TP eicel tend If noaos w.r. Apothecary Ml little, house on pin deceased "v-TM
lad loader GE'TZ' PAVING' I owner IMS M Do W.ok1 or 2_nn 1/7 It studded largo lot. 19.KM) |IMO Tern Treedwell and
CO. MI 0 5655 1/10.11 11 Pontiac Cone Month lIRIS MOTELI, MI .own. Carl A. twenson
AT. PS. PB IMS 00II 22)07 or Ml I 21155 WATERFRONT HOME 2 bedrooms .
Port tmI man to work In t". BURTON BROS. 151 Pepperd Building'
2 bath Florida
room
Ford Customize I dr
and buffing Florida
evening polishing $/0 10 1100 Located N.pl.s
Mi.tar : Co 10 RvtH stick 49100II Furn I bd, ,. garage on Mawalledcanal for
Plating I/I I .,. apt* Efficicn Clean and wall I cared lor IMPERIALPROPERTIES Attorney Administrate
Plymouth lavoy C'.. TV. Air Cond 741 4th Priced it III 500. Owner on,. May J. 10. 17. 14 .IIM *.I40
16-Help Available 51 Plymouth wagon VI stick 4 dr S49 00 Ave So Ml 2 4512' _l/l- .tl bus to sell CARIBBEANREALTY -ti/EM ]
RON stick 49500 I ..bedroom air canal apt 3rd lOst N. Trail Ml' NOTICE 0' INTENTION TO 1MONE
Reliable ploeeent "leaT"wo like to co a* companion to el, PB P aaatsfact MI 2555. er Ml 231)1 BEACHFRONT RESIDENCE T"unders gned doe hreby certify wIitw
darly lady to summer horn or 74] 00 I/lit t kstwaa'* conducting a c* DOWN
resort during July and Aufuit air Ibedroom ON ilOO' of white tend .....". 1172 Jewel Bon Avenue Water monO and allied, product bume II
Writ Sos 17)7 A I. Coll.trf furnished efiaiency 3 DOrm 2 beth garage CBI front ",w.lI. central heel and at Naples Floride under the lie'
County New* 1/10.11 WOOD CHRYSLER apt No pats or children MI with screened ,in pool and patio .ir.. 2 bdrma 2 bathe porchgaraa "f'.... name o) Patio Products of
,_ __ 23317 or Ml 25819. ./'U lust reduced to 1)1950 unlur *. 1".1$0. Moving masiISIS Napie and that aid firm is composed I Easy Payment ( I
Would Ih work of any kind PLYMOUTH, INC. fished Thie Is 5 wonderful buyIn .:II. at Ih* following person who**

II through assess.summtr.t year month of collafaMl to help 2M1.: Trail.! Ml 20157Tosi 49-Houses For Rent you. *this crc property* item May'today we how CARIBBEAN Mandarin Rd 2 bdrm a 05mm* follow,and placei of reidence. are Notice ToPolitical *: Terms

24)15 I/IO.tha 11Registered Austin Mealy, Sprite Ten REALTY 3750 N 2 bath*. central heel and a'?.. Ralph. Turner .. iJ
nurse will care for neau cover and heater I.tot Trail Ml 2 SItS _./111'". 'f porch, carport Assume mortgege C. 0 CrawfordC w.,.,. '. '
elderly' person or coupl in my mile*. See at 110 Ith St S RENTALSHOI.ISEI MOORING DELIGHT No closing costs II.KM) 00dn M Crawford ,
home. E.ellnt references. after 4 30 P M 17.51 Three bedrooms 2 beth. central 111400 Moving mu.l sell,. Ownership of Patio Product of

.u. WV f 2663. 1I0n'II Springs ................................................................. heel and nr Conditioning Naples is as follows
," '"" --'"""" .APARTMENTS _
'II"11I'1 Carpeting I"ou"out eocopt 2bodrooms 149 Hh St No I kdrm I Ralph M. 7 ore. 10%
Compael. bitch.o In.clad.n ..,... f...",... cerport. good C D Crawford 11% CandidatesAll
'U"NISHEO. uNFUR7OISHID. disposal and dishmash.er : investment. Oil ISO C M Crawford 11%
EAR. n..DN.J.W.DYCHESREALTOR. N... ......ed porch Faxed It i* our intention to apply I*
drivnos y. Sodded I.wn. I..d. CM lOIN Ave So Aqulen, I th* Clerk of the Circuit Court in
need ? ? sOaped Phone Ml I 410. olI.rS -bdrme.. 3 baths..contra heel 4JUI nd for Colder County Florida t* political dvertlsemniU

help I PM- -' 4/2017 VI -a.--I Ith It No :--a bArn'*).... .Product..,*lr th of* ted ,nam el Patio for Sunday' NEWS aua! be FREETIRE

1144 M 3rd 22412 ST SO ..be Csne. ..lh aise.t.egsn ho"' e ,50'S fremach air 2 end bath air. .large|I7.500 porch 1100.ar 00. heel dn Florid/ *f Acts Chapi.r Naples 1MU.under. Lw the pro'isooS of In the nswspapsr office\ by
of 141Witness
3/Hfs cond Ma now* and Bock "eal". llll 00 "'0. with lei end in* Friday, net later than 4pm.Tor .
VERY PRETTY HOUlE NEAR tar* II) SIlt Ave S* Ml 2 SOOt FMA No closing cost. of .114 our hand. this 14th dy wtckday publication all.I .
I I BCACM AND TOWN SUMMER 3/ -Ifc- I April
i PRICE' 115 Ml 237) 1270 Sills SI No I bdrm. C.RALPH M TURNER I ..,tllln, copy musk b. placed

:a 1 y, I/I.tI 58-lot For SaleM 2 bath. II'.MO 00 dn MOVE C M 0 CRAWFORD CRAWFORD by 4 p.m. the dif prior to MOUNTINGby
I .0"101- FURNIIHED'HOUSEFOR RIGHT" IN No qualifying IOROKOTY AND TAYLOR Innrtlffn." This I II abtolut
an
I RENT NEAR KWIK M, 'n...,. A dapiua Ion S soar J1I7.M month with tax and In*. ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CREPt Ml 21771 I/IK Oslo School You have t. Lot Ill Fifth Avnu*. South dtadlln and it la generally trained experts
make monay on these lots 25 Block I. Royal Harbor. i*. *ple, *. Florid to the advantage of tOts adTtrtlscir -
I HIRED IT Unfurnsh.d J Wm. 2 kilN AH. for 14 100 0 H LUFF. Overlooking bay eeewall. Coil i My 1. II I?. 14 IM4 the
.|
3f most
rooksdo Horns.Unfurni.hod 1'.101. to th Ad using
".. R. I. Broker. 421 91 h It.N sacrifice |**M. ] place aitarly

3 bdrm 2 bath __ S/los Lot 14 Silk Av* So Aqua NOTICE as poinbU so that full modern equipmen
.root*>.e waterfront home iY ROYAL22 Gal.lOOnDriW leno I. COOt |7.KX), Tk. H.ndy County SearS of attention can be ,I... to each
Range. ........ boatdock in. 1 PsSaie. .rTafe ;fC'z. :J County Commissioners will receive, "
Trtl .
.
.... a m nt.
..
THROUGH THE eluded 11 Fla Red Estate WAe 0 J. "irSort. 2620 Pout ads until II AM. May II '
Mert Inc. Office phone Ml .....". D.",.". Cone tot 13. Banyan Blvd H''gh lot I I IM4 1 for th* Ml. of th* following' It Is a staU adrtrtlilnr law
2 '.11. Model, hem Ml 23471 overlooking Gull Sacrifice et Diamond T Truck Tractor, 9madol that all political adMrtiilng LINEBACK'S INC.FIRESTONE .
,. Seriel
I/I H Number MO I1M
2 ,... LAKEFRONT LOT VINCE CONBOY Marlin Trailer. yeer 151. model be paid in adrsnfs mine tilt,
.d house for rent Furnished
121' frontage en Pal,. Circle, LB4T Serial, Number 1114
triplicate check forma aa auhoriid .
clv weter TV Cobb
:: WANT ADS M beautiful RIDGE' LAKES III 0th Ave Parkway T'ur and trailer. may be meoeclt .
available' Raesonable raton Ml < nndtr Florida stay .18 3rd Aft. N.
Reduced to M 000 Ph MI 05700 at tne Hendry County.,..
2 4009- .- l/Ttf J. W. DYCHES, REALTOR lX'T"F'CLOTLuiga1 in, LaBelle. Fla tuUa. Special positioning of Ml 2-5722
2 bedroom cortege Completelylurnished bedroom. 2 bath homo pricedt The Board reserve th* right to
-q I 2 blocks' from "...... ._. 1144 3rd. ft SOUTH. III.MO. Mortgage payment accept er reject any er all bids Ads will not be sold and all Open story nIght 'til
I block from pier Available BV OWNER MCIIDENTIAL 197 per mo Want city "tat HARVARD I PARKINSON Ads will be riven the MJMesrtful
lllllll..J until Dee I._Ml I 24011 1. 1/741 LOT IN CYPRESS WOODS CARIBBEAN, REALTY, 37W N: Chairman. Board of atUntlon. II, Saturday 'til 4
PRICED AT 11250. Ml 21711. Trail, Ml County CommiMioner
IIIInIIlllIlllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIII.lllttllllft ni>ss T* AdrtrtiM. 4/214 4/21. .tlIU5. My I. H. |H4 .|)|
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12 COLLIER COUNTY NEWSSunday. I
SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN cloicn produce lane o .

May ID, 1964 TENDER-AGED GOVT. INSPECTED

I HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE! Jy.tr fen-KIrt

Rusk UrgesStrengthening I 4i Lemons . . . . do. 29*
# Sirloin
Delicious Florid '

i WI flhIflhII BONELESSTESone yourchoice Eggplant . . . eG. 9*

A 'op Round 89C

Of NATO Ties Ib. o in our meat dept. .

% M A fl K T S
BRUSSELS, Deldum1' i Swift's Premium; Sliced ,
Secretary of Stato DC i '12 .
"a
r *
aid today that the We, t ,'' Bologna I . . . pkg. 39
lies have laid a solid f III i I i" r
for an Atlantic partner*, I I, A mt Swift's Premium P..,. .. ffc. '
should move vljorou t<
strengthen It. Ground Beef f 3 $1 *
Rusk spoke at a lun, ', ,' Franks . . . . . 59
Belgium American m ''il/ < (plus free SH Green Stomps /......)
tlons In advance of the No r rtli, At You Torsos', wwSausage> Hoe "
lantlc TreatyOreanl/atlonminis ; I. (
terlal meeting. Ho urged ,iut . . . . lb. 59
backs In Western sales tn tuba,
Increased aid by the Allies to .
South Viet Nam, expanded( u. ,,
'
Western assistance to backward ,' in our grocery dept. .
countries and lowering of tar :
iffs. ::) ;' ''
'''' 1> Whitehouse
Without specifically ., .' r f'i'.I': .I'1 ,
referring (0, >
to France Rusk dashed with A ,1 '" Apple I Juice . . . &. 25'Ocaan
President Charles do Gaulle' k,' f t: ::,.I
view that the NATO structure' r, y. Spray CranberryCocktail
should be loosened.

United European States Nations must draw and loser the 'y . . . bat.Mrs. 49'6ox

In this modern age Hu.sk wild, B.II'| Pooch or SrrawbtrryPreserves
both within their own structureand ,.
In dealing with proMcmsaround Y. e V ,. : r . 31,fan $1 I IIZoi.
the world that after f
NATO members. 4 FfrP Whola Kern.lGolden l
"We know, und our |*>oiles|,
know, that no such thing as an. Corn 10* ''
solute sovereign Is to 'Iw hud e. I
In today's world," he said "for i'' KI..".. Jumbo White or Colored'

sons compelling the notion and of practical national Indo rea.'' a T.' I : Towels . . . 2 rolls65w.,.
1
penitence
each clay gives more W f
ground to the 0 '
principle of Inter.cJencienre
| ," r 24-oz.
Safflour
Although the Atlantic AlII.IIII.ft s.. Oil . . bor. 49
has many unsolved problems t'I
Rusk said, 'there Is neither, Plotfic Bai
need! nor time for dismay' 7S.ct.
Rusk salt/ the Communist ,r Glad Bags . . pkg. 29
menace remains uml NATO's se PRICES
curtly must not lie relaxed
He urged creation of the U.S.. EFFECTIVE
proposed, mixed.miniied! missile
fleet and an increase In NATO's MON.-TUES.-WED.,
.
conventional forces. .. .lus4,
Rusk also Ited problems out. MAY II, 11, 13, 1964 .
side the NATO urea.
In South VIM Nirn, he stud, ;
the Communist gurrillljs are e i
getting help from the Communist r 1
nation to the north while /
the United Stiles Is aldiiiff South ;MAKKKTe
Viot Nam. e
Inviting greater Allied! turtle|
patton In the U.S. effort, lie
sal.li "We Isle| tint free nations .
will demonstrate their sol,
idarity with these Is| >npe| who
are struggling to preserve their t
freedom by offering them I the
varieties of hell| which h lire 111'1',1.<|
eel In many felts, "
In Washington, State Ivnurt. .t
meat olflilals said. the United
Stales Is rullliifr on 23 nation! to
provide South Viet Nun with
economic assistance and also
with mllil,in.' hell| hut nut
combat units.Senate.
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Takes


Time Out From


Rights Debate

WASHINGTON (API) The
Remit tin ok a In'rather liiini
its rlvll rights Mute ettterclay
but cimtinufd UK MiliuMhe.
scenes !hwkeytngonamcndnitvus.
Exempt lor faster wetkeml,
this was the first Saturday i the I<:
Peiiato; has and furl suite; cl,>.

bate Son Mailed John o.March P.istme! 0.' 1>.K.I 1<< ., Betty Crocker s 4 Pride 01 Georgia Re g. 79c Sore 40c Heinz Tomato

suggested I HIP U-bt way llu Seth Buttermilk lIoi Giant Detergent eBiscuits
alp 1'.11gt'l\ out of tin- civil\ Freestone 1
lights' Impassp |IK tn put Ihri'iii! i ia
oum.package! mibstliute for the Ketchup
House This bill.would i-iKompiHH ill of I Peaches j I Fab

HIP amendments that nppaieiit.
I 1)' will 111'l agreed t... ,


tossed Everett Senate out M. 1 DlrkKt'1III i.1'1'l1hlll'al1A'.IIIt'r'reds) thin| list Illinois lit reg 5c 4 ,9:; 39C } 14.oz.b at. 19c i


his Pastore's package. MiBtfi'MUm of 70 prrgaiscdchanges. for anew tan LTa : 19 1 I

onr.pack.iee RiibMltute w,is limk 4 Por er.f.me S I limit 1 ptr cuttamtr with 'i
( 2 pt sue)
termed
appealing' by l Sen. with .f
PYrch..u Sl or mar. purchaiti of $l *r mart
Hulieit H. Humphrej' I.MInn.,
the agpr.civil: rlglits bill's liter man. '



Iiidnapers Of AM P..:- Th. sew unitary napkin by Scott WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE

Sinatra May Get Crisco Oil. 214.o: .' 39 Confidents 2 'JS: 89


Sentence LOS ANGELES Changed(AP) U.S. o dairy specialsIrtakfa frozen loads / i STOKE; HOURS

Dlst Court Judge \Ulll.ini G. Owb ... .. s Mon. Thurs.
CrW A HorU O' n aunt wIth lutttr

of given East sentences says on July iiihldorattun for 17 to two rrnxlifU men will'.it ton ion be Large Eggs 2 ,... 79Cut Corn Sauce 4 '!......... M ;s :; 8:30 Friday- 6:30

vlcted of kldn.ipln Frank Etna. I.lty Cracknr Ckkkaw b Herb area Girt, with Butttr sauce 1 M A R K IC T 3

Ira Barry Jr. Worthington Keonaii Biscuits 11'. ;?' 79Green Peas 4 i,.."..VSara $1 \ / 8:30 9:00Saturday

and Joseph Clyde Am"llr, both .etty Creeks Crabmtar. fr Herb Las .rker. Hours Finger .
23, were sentenced to life /1m. ... ar .. 8.30 7:00
Biscuits 7V1 o
"V. 79Dinner Rolls <
prlsonment plus 75 )ears last :. 39L
March 7. They have been under. -

Springfield federal going psychiatric medical Mo. center lest In the at I00UU FREE 0 0i IOO FREE I00 t0OWlE9iO0 FREE 50


Lake Sinatra Tahoe was motel abducted last from a JJl( Green Stamps J7/; / Green Stamps ; J"' Green Stamps J7l( Green Stamps' :'

He was returned to his Duct parents 8. i .laWocle5.4. ,..dw.4 I I .Nh "I.+ _eN.4......_.L I re, lair-.4 a..,......etaSTALEY'S wi A.e Now re......-...
a few days later, after they paid .rift'.arel FRESH GROUND rows New SUP W.W" REG. or SUPER TAMPAX CORN OIL SECRET ROLL-ON DEODORANT ggSOlffii
a reported $240,000 ransom. 3 Ibi. $1.47 40 cr, pkg. $1.59 24-os. bot. 45e large Rise 75c plus tOIl

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health panel condemned harp, prisoners smoking tn as the a 0 EXTRA 1JUU t 50W50 !50mer Am50I
Jefferson County Jail at Luis t5'05081

.ille lost theirtigatettepnvileges. Green Stamps Jpl Green Stamps 1A71 l Green Stamps*
report It had, however nothing OfficialsIU to do with| the off MA bla.Nw sad.wd.N.1 I eta .1'ca.N.c.rdN..aTENDERLEAF I wi"......a IIt4 part.is ifs I viiiua NS.N.4....._..

cigarette siles for 3 week because NESCAFE INSTANT COFFEE <= INSTANT TEA HEINZ SWEET PICKLES All FLAVORS ROYAL PUDDINGS
they said some 1 prisoners lO-o*. Jar 51.69 -.. large jar 79c 2S-o.. jar 39c 4 reg. pkgt. 45c
were too lax about rult s and l>.+lr w WN.. M.r IS. IM4 fliajJV eon M.r 1N/ r roeWN M.r INI hMrN w" My 13 .114
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SECTION B Sunday, May 10, 19(4

I Set RegistrationFor

Lake Park, I'kiFi.. i Woman's Club

Sea Gate May 13
To Hear RyanAt
Registration for children of r
the Late Park and Sea Gate w'u 4
school districts entering LuncheonWilliam
school for the first time next
R will be
\.In the guest
fall has been scheduled for 3 spe,ikor at the pn" sldont's\ lunch.
f Y Wednesday. May 13, between eon ""f the Naples Vt,,man'e Club
1 and 2:30 p.m. JI.s whl.h will be hold .it the Heath
9 q.
Mrs. Estelle Little principal Club lldelonMalhtathtc 1: :! ).m
of Lake Park Elementary His topic will Ire 'Outlaw Adver.
announced registrations for ,rte MMnc! ,"I
di "
e 'A
both schools will be held at the eL"w" Rjuu has been a resident of
Lake Park School. Children ti a Naples for the paM ei.'hl >ear..
lie was burn In New York, Later
must be six old on or
years \ >: moved to Indiana, whore he at.
before January 1, 1966 to be .
te .clod Noire Dame University
eligible for registration, Mrs. It was there thai he dovelojiodhi1 ;
Little said.Parents. interest In radio and In televUli .
are requested to t itReline
bring the child's birth certificate coming to Naples he -
at the time of registration. ,. j r worked. with prueiainslnthcMld- \\ RYAN
".
Children to be registered shouldnot ,p. % s1C1+ t west area- Chlcapt, Cleveland
attend the session. -- -- Detroit and Smith Pond. At paw stdenq: Mrs. Carl Ilaul ras first
IT WAS MOTHER'S DAY in Mrs. Lela Richarde's motheisere present Friday's affair was the Kent he U president of the WNOG vice-president; Mr. John Frank
I I1LUAM
(.RFM BtM/ Kan. L.PI| ) sixth grade room at Shadowlawn Elementary Fri 14th annual patty held for mothers b)' the Young corporation and is manager of Inn, at second vice-president,
\\htnI". Dale de Kram's: day when the members of the Young Citizens Citizens Club under the direction of Mrs Richardeover the station. Mrs, Merrill Boynlon, as third
daughter 7.Y lIr.nIJ 10.111), Club entertained their mothers. Twenty seven the year (NEWS photo) Mrs J.G. Seaberc will lx In. vice-president; Miss Dorothy Da.
burned the trush lor her mother .. Rtjlled as the rlub'k 1904.69 pre.vU, as secretaryMrs.;
she also burned up an carp Francis 11111, as corresponding
model car secretary, and Mrs R.F. Fettlg
Mr*, de II:rail I had Arne to hum .,,; r 1 as treasurer. Mrs. Richard Jen
the trash earlier but it war too "Jh c foctrit < Corner A r' I r. tr.srh. the district director will
windy and she put it in the iar i Install the new officers.
When tht windetopped.ht asked 1 Hostesses for the event will be
Kitty to burn the trash. I, M rl. John 1 F. I ranklln chairman;
She did, without moving It. 'To Grandmother On Mother's Day l: Mrs. Michael Chance, Mrs. John
p I C. Garland,Mrs.Frank E.Garry,
) ,1. Mrs. Henry Kur/, Mrs. John J.
There is a person I wish again to meet, AII'll. Mrs. Harry UMIller.Mrs
C/00 dlctna c/Vcw !' : That I have not seen in a long time. y t t W, T, Truendale. and Mrs. R.E.

t r, :She is so gentle, kind and sweet M'." West
BY KATHERINE KIRK That when you see<< her your heart starts to chime. ',I. r------- --i''

There will be no curtailment of the nurses who cared for him :She's a very special person you don't meet every day I FINAL WEEK I II

of window service at the Good during his hospital stay. When She lets your work seem to turn into play. I of our I II
?
land Post Office due to the recent leaving the hospital after 1 With each movement' of her gentle hand r I Ir are I END OF SEASON SALE I II
A cool breeze blows within the land.
service adjustment order weeks stay she gave him $1.00
from the Post Office Depart- for food while he was travel I Prices Drastically Reduced I II
]I'll[ miss you till I see<< you
ment. This order will affect Ing to Illinois to stay with re
some 12,000 large offices as latives. And that won't be very long, I Stock Your j jI
And when I arrive at house
pointed out In recent releasesIn Last week Mrs. Keith received your
this paper. However atxH-: a check from Mr. C.E. You'll be singing summer songs.

20,000 of the smaller post offices Nolan as a token of gratitudefor Carol Fornes, age 10 I Shelves I II
will not be affected.All the him 56
care given years 12 llth Ave. S. I I II
postal services will continue ago by her mother. '
q ,1 I Still of
to be given on Saturday Mr. Nolan has friends In Cocoa I Plenty
morning. Including parcel post. and In his last letter to I TROPICAL CANDY I II
C.O.D. service general delivery Mrs. Keith expressed desireto and

and money orders.Mr. know where Goodland Is located 'What A Friend We Have In !Mother'What I FUDGE ALLIGATORS I
and Mrs. Jerry Keith In case he can get to
and son, Jerry Dee and Peck Florida for another visit. a Friend we have in Mother On Hand f

Morrin of Orlando visited the One of the doctors on the Who will all our secrets share ;
Hank Keiths the weekend. Nolan also the doc- /HlodddrdVJ
over case was We should never' keep things from her
EBaHHnBmnanBBBBBnwH HnB. mm A.. ... .. red.-
While here they fished for snook tor present when Mrs. Keith Tell her all, and she'll be there
with Hank, and came to the dock was born. Small world Isn'tIt Oh, what tender love she gives us. BEST CITIZENS of the year in tha Young Citizens Club at Shadowlawnare I ourmet I

l with their limit. Jerry Sr., !!! When in sorrow or despair, Robert Miller and Diannr Hughes.! Announcement made Friday'At BETH GODDARD SHOP
and Sheryl Ann celebrated their Tell her gently, whisper softly, a Mother's Party held by, the club. The club has been active for the I II' I

1 birthdays last weekend 'also.-y.. ....::. .CARTXOFJHANKSWe : yy--_ She will-listen-she'M; b "therer.vi: : --'past 14 years under Jhf-lhei'tion of Mrs. Ix>la> Hicharde, sixth grade ,
. Jerry and I'at left with'a pro ( teacher (NEWS photo) The Old'Cov., Naplei, riM 1.
mise to be back later In the the family of Flva M. L--------J.
month to get some more snook Wilson, wish to express our app Day by day as she grows older -
fishing with brother Hank. reciation to all of the many fine She's the nation's guiding star;
Mr. and Mrs. William C. people who aided us In act, In Don't forget the prayers she taught you.
Strode of St. Petersburg and thought and In prayer during her You will need them where you are.
Illness and There could
passing.
children Debbie Denise and be no greater tribute than this Though her hair has turned to silver
Jonathan spent last weekend confirmation of her firm belief Send her flowers sweet and fair;
i siting Foster Atkinson at Dismal In the Inherent goodness of Drop a card or send a letter, '
I Key.SMALL. friends and neighbors. We can She'll be waiting she'll be there.

WORLD BUT NICE only say "Thanks",

In 1908, a young boy of 19 Mrs. Elizabeth DayW. When her eyes have closed in slumber,
was hurt in a train accident In R. Wilson Gently kiss her icy brow ;
Independence Kansas At that Max and Frances Day Fold her hands upon her bosom.

time neither he or his familywere She will rest in (Heaven now.

able to pay the doctor Msgr, Edward J, Flanagan, When your days are dark and dreary,
hospital and private nurses founder of Boys Town near And your cross is hard to bear;
needed to save his life. Omaha. Nebr., died In Berlin Do not let fail r
your memory you
on May 15, 1948.CLOSING .
Iva Hillyard Schulte was one Germany
Think of Mother she'll be there.Submitted .

by :
Victoria Duller

Kankakee 111.
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FOR THE

'To You, Mother'!

SEASON I hope you will look with pride,
(And give' a pat of love to the child at your side)
At his little token of affection.For .
with hot grimy hands

MAY 13 And wrinkled brow,

Your child someway, somehow
Has made a gift for you this day,

And although it may be a little gray."I ,
love you, mother," it means to say
"I 1 love you for the things you do, STRIPES
Thank you for your Patronage.See I love you for tVe prayers you pl'ay.I .

love you for your kindness, too
You Next Season I I love you for your smile so gay,
( Us
Serve
But, mostly I love you Help You)

Just because you are you, J

"MY MOTHER"
w

Ruby McCammon The zebras iriftt* help him lurvive by making him

tt harder for the tiger/ to see in the shadowy veldt.
Our itris do nothing quit 10 dramatic They an the
electronic kind, and help ui process your checking
a account faxter and more accurately Our ilnpe are on
REGISTRATION FOR SEPTEMBER the back of the statement-ledger on which we record

your depiMU and withdrawal, along with your check
1964Kindergarten Ing account balance. The itnpet are printed in magnetic:

ink, ami, like tapes for a tape recorder, are used M a
Program means of electron itorage Only our record are of
number" not mume Data stored on these magnetic

Your child must be I 5 years of age by itri.ei enables! ui to improve the speed and accuracy
..
Y..r. N December 1964.
e.nwghs Iltctranta Aeccvntlnf Mwhln Un- new Burroughs Electronic: Accounting Machine, deit
1204 3rd St So. Naples, Fla Limited Enrollment Cu,,..... 'It .'e.......11I" led p.ct.r.e, .a VI. that represent a major step in our continuing a -

ant m.tnc.eyr.d.and erns .".r.c.rd el h.... effort to give you the best in banking wrvice.
0 Registration fee due upon enrollment. idles..n ......_wit I.d/.r..

REGISTER -

e. MAY 11 10 a.m. to 12 NoonAt THE BANK OF NAPLES
;k. .
BooKs The School Office

ST. ANN'S SCHOOL8th lu t .)m r ees Growing, andCollier With Naples ;t*

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AYe. So. Naples County enxx
SONG & STORY SHOP Sloe 1919I \L.-k" ,
L Member Federal I Deposit Ir: mar a Corp. "1-"

The Full Service Commercial Bank with fruit i.....,.
6S9 5th AYe. So. MI 2-2530
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28 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, May 10. 191C TV Movie It's very unlikely ril go backto
Helps
John Glenn Sees IronyIn active flight training again,

FUNNY BUSINESS not because of my condition, but
Studios Absorb because there wouldn't be much
point iu It. The younger astro.

Large Overhead Way He Was Injured moon.rants will be going to the

s The older astronaut led the
HOLi. WOOD (AP) The HOUSTON Tex. (AP) lie On Feb. 26, a bathroom rug way back to the living room,
j gsaewtreen 1964.65 television season Mi.,ipes walks slowly and uncertainlynow slipped under him In an Ohio turned on the hl-fl set, lowered
up as a healthy one for the leaning stiffly from the apartment and Glenn fell, his himself carefully into a chair
movie studios, which < m> hips like an old man after sur. head striking the tub. The con. and grinned, blue eyes glowing
scarcely survive on rc.lturl'film fiery, hands reaching for the cusslon affected his Inner ear again. John Glenn wasn't mad
OIII Ing Blotie.Television nearest table top or chair, mov. balance. at anybody or anything. might,
production help[ Ing cautiously, making slow, Weeks went by and his re. it seemed, even forgive! that bath.
absorb massive overhead ( "stand .-- awkward turns, as If his head covery remained slow. Doctors room rug, In time.
keep crews busy betas. n A were locked to his shoulders barred active campaigning.
pictures.Fox this man whose body never Supporters said he might win
after drawing al< n? ) failed him on a football field or the May S primary even with. ;
with no series on the networks, i4r In a war plane or a spt<*e cap. out campaigning
has placed four full hour- ''on sule.It. On March 30, Glenn withdrew .
next season's", schedules. Is, we are torn, a tempera. from the Senate race. It wouldbe
One Is a tried.and-true"Din. ry rendition which Is Improvingand unfair he said, to ask peo-
lei Doone," which will put Few will disappear In time but, pie to vote only for a name,
Parker back In a coonskln ip. a tr remembering who he Is and without knowing his views. ,
The (others are based on old Fox) where he has been, it Is a moving Suddenly thousands of John VtlERAKS'CORNERHere
movies'Voyage to the B' !tom r sight to behold even tempo. Glenn buttons and bumper stick.
of the Sea," "12 O'clock! UliJ"" rarlly.He ers had nowhere to go but a are authoritative answers
and "Peyton Place." The latti> has his moments of de. warehouse. by the Veterans Administration -
0 will be an Innovation: Sep irate pression when he surveys the "I had given strict orders to questions from for
J, halMiours played on ADC Tue$. sudden wreckage of plans; of about not running up bills," he
f '" day and Thursday nights Impatience with a body he can't says "but we still had more mer servicemen and their families
Warner Bros, also Is staging count on now, this man who had than we expected. Now I've got :
"They want to ba sure they're In first claw condition a comeback after being blanked seemed the eternal optimist. a good-slzed debt In Ohio, sever. Q-'ls a World War IIveteran
before they Hart on you!" last year, except for the short. But, while he Is aware that al thousand dollars. No one who is 100 percent dlsabtedelicible .
run "77 Sunset Strip." The Bur. people feel sorry for him, John wants to pick up the tab for a for I GI loan to buy a
SPACE-US. I.Gnaiom I.
MEN FOR Astronauts Virgil
batik lot will return with two Glenn, ex.astronaut ex.canol. primary campaign especially a home
hall-hour comedies "No<; Time left, and John W Young were named aa pilots of date for the U.S. Senate, hIm. defunct one." A.-Yes, If be Is otherwise
THE FLAG, ALOFT A STURDY POLE, for Eereeants" and "Wendy the first Gemini apac.craft manned flight planned for 1(4. self resists that temptation to When he quit the space pro. qualified and can meet the ere
Me.- slide Into a bath of self be. $16,000 a
and
pity
Glenn gave up
gram, din of the lender
requirements
ENHANCES THE CHARACTER AND
Revue, the television arm of ter" and "f Until ones," plus "The Rogues," starring thefirm's cause of his Ironic accident. year as his share of the sale of Q-.Does a veteran with dependents
-
BEAUTY OF HOME AND COMMUNITY the MCA.Unlversal-Decca com. "Bewitched" and another car. cofounders David Nlven i "I'll be all right," he says."Like the astronauts'magazine right
blue, remains the giant In the twin show from the Hanna. and Charles Boyer, plus Gig the man said, your out. and $2.000 a >ear.in flight I pay receive an extra allowance -
CI'ld. scoring J2 shows against Barbera factory, "Johnny Young. look on life can be determined ment.He I is sfllTonThe MarineCorps when attending school
this season's nine They range Qupbt" Blng Crosby shapes up as arising L by the way you look at a glass payroll.drawlng $10,000 a under the GI Bill?
MEMORIAL DAY INDEPENDENCE from "The Virginian" to the United Artists operates the Independent He'll have of water. Is it half empty or year as a lieutenant colonel.ThUs; A..Yes. A veteran In full
May 30th DAY new "90 Bristol Court," which same In television as in fea. his own half-hour comedy plus half full? I have to regard It as {the Glenn treasury faces a time training receives $110 a
will consist of three consecutive lures: Financing but not pio.dutlng "Ben Casey" and "Slattery's i half full and tell myself It will squeeze, what with the Ohio month; with one dependent he
: July 4th half-hours concerning tenants of Its series for next sea. People." be completely full one of' these debt and the fact that his son, receives $135 a month; and
an apartment building. son will be holdovers "The Danny Thomas Is droppinghis ay8' David, starts college next fall with more than one dependent he
FLAG DAY 11 LABOR DAY MCM Is holding strong with Fugitive," "Patty Duke" and own weekly outing for six[ One of these days Is late sum. and his daughter Lyn a year receives $160 I month.
7th "Dr. Klldare" and "Mr. No.<; "Outer Limits" with a new specials but Danny and part. mer or fall when Glenn hopes later.
Sept.
14th
June what
vak" while adding "Solo," comedy haU-hour, "Gllllgan'sInland ner Sheldon Leonard will field I to be completely recovered "If I ever think of going into Q--Under conditions can
"Flipper" and "Many Happy ," the Dick Van Dyke Bill Dana, from the bathroom accident politics again and I'm not now a veteran with National Service *
Returns" Screen Come, whichIs Independent Desllu will have Andy Griffith and Walter Bren. which gave him a brain con. -money will have to be a large Life Insurance file an ap-
THE DIXIE FLAG CO. related to Columbia Pictures, only ono show next year the nan shows, and they also have cusslon knocked him out of pol. factor In the decision. This can plication for a waiver of premiums
also has a healthy schedule one starring Its president, Lu. Interests in "My Favorite Mar. Itlcs on the eve of his first cam. be pretty discouraging to any. ?
Crayton Cove Naples Midway 2.2251 with repeaters "Ha/el,'* "P m. cllle Ball. Four Star will return llan" and "G 0 mer Pyle patgn, and left him In debt and one but a rich candidate." A.-The Insured must have an
na Reed," "Farmer's Daugh. with "Burke1- Law" and add USMC." his plans completely uncertain, Had he learned anything In his Impairment of mind or body
on earth or In space. Will he one brief fling In politics, any illusions which continuously renders It
day try politics again or returnto changed?
Impossible for the insured to
the space program? Glenn, whose 22 years of gov.
follow
"All I'm thinking about now ernment service were relatively any substantially gain
i Is being able to turn my heada sheltered paused In thought, ful occupation for six or more
few more Inches without get. consecutive months.
frowning
Z EN TH11B ting nauseous and dizzy," said "Well I didn't change any of g .. My husband made out
GLEYSOFFERS Glenn, who flew around the my basic attitudes about trade his GI Insurance to his mother
earth In 90 minutes the first Ing votes or half truths or twist. and sister durlngthewir.Slnce
American to orbit the globe. ed truths. I hate to see this side> then he married me and we
"The whole thing is complete. of politics but It se!jms to be the> have two children I tell him
ly Incongruous. I had never accepted method of getting he should change the GI Insurance -
been In a hospital before ex. elected. I'm talking generallynow beneficiary of record. He
cept for checks, never been In. not about any Individualor
THE
YEARS savs the VA will oav the
Jured. When I think of all the specific race." money
his wife in of his
me u case
,Ito
crazy things I've been throughall Had he felt comfortable in(
the sports two wars, 149 politics, this earnest new candl. death regardless of the listing
combat missions, getting my date who reminded some peopleof Is this true? '
plane hit 12 different times by Mr. Smith going to Washing A .- No, It is not true. Un"
BEST BUY ONly ack.ack all the training for the ton? fortunately, many Insurance
space night, and the three or. "Not exactly Since I hadn'tyet t holders are making the same
bits themselves. In all that, the resigned from the Marine> mistake. The Veterans Ad-
worst I ever got was a knuckle Corps-I was about to when the ministration is required by law
skinned getting out of my accident occurred I couldn't
to pay the Insurance proceeds to
Friendship 7 capsule. And now make any political speeches. I'
this." think' I'would've enjoyed male.*the beneficiary of record In
With his weight back to nor. Ing my views known. But pol.\ your case it would'go to his
ZENITH mal after losing 17 pounds, Itlcs Is a strange business WhenI mother and sister u he or!-
Glenn looks pretty much like said I was definitely pullingout ; finally arranged Tell I him
the man we remember blue. of the race, some peopledidn't to notify the VA Insurance of-
eyed, freckled, sandy.halred, his believe me, others werehunting nee Where he sends his pre-
COLOR twinkle somewhat dimmed, his for a double meaning" miums of his wish to change
TV humor Just a bit less frequent But ( meant what I said I I the beneficiary

but still there, nevertheless.Until wasn't playing games." Q -. I am married listing. and the
his recovery Is complete, Was there any connection between
he Is much confined to his mother of a child. Can I
handcrafted pretty Injury and the hours 1
no printed circuits home, an attractive ranch house of weightlessness he had spentIn still go to school under the
outside of Houston There he orbit, between his conditionand j War Orphans Education Pro-
spend* his time resting read. the fact that astronaut AlanShl'pard gram if I am otherwise eligible -
Ing of world events trying, with has developed similar ?
the help of Annie, his wife, to trouble A -- Yes. Neither marriage -
catch up with thousands of let. "Absolutely none. That's alit: nor motherhood cancel
Iir ters from well-wishers. of hogwash and every doctor
your eligibility to participate
+sM' ialn In the will tell
I Mr months that followed you that Remember I: in this
his space night of Feb 20, 1962, never had a bit of dizziness dur. program.
he turned down many business ing or after my flight." Q In the case of a ser-
offers, some of which would Glenn rose slowly and led his vlceman's death while he Is
,C! have made him a millionaire. visitor Into the den, where we on active duty what are the
jl e t Because of his age-now 42-tt saw a scale model of Friend limits of the death gratuity
became unlikely that he might ship 7, a globe with the three, payment and who receives It?
eventually take part In a moon obital tracks, the medals, the A .- The benefit is a sum
landing. He resigned from the citations the pictures. all the equal to six months pay of the
space program and on Jan. 17 souvenirs of a big, warm mo. deceased However, it shall
this year announced he would ment in history
not be less than
$800 nor
run in Ohio for the Democratic "Oh, yes," he said, "I think ,
nomination for the U.S. Senate. about that night often-not be. more than 3000. It Is paid to
cause of my condition. I Just the surviving spouse, child or
YOUR think about It. I'd like to havea children,unless the servicemanhas
connection with the space pro. designated his parents
PHARMACISTSPEAKS gram again and would have, brothers or sisters.
even if I'd been elected to the

: ; Senate. Ninety per tent: of all acien-
"Sure, I'd like to orbit again. lists who ever lived are livmi
8Y I'd love to have that experience today

t _. 1. y GENE '


r I;rV ''McLAIN Why pay extra to live on the beach?



1 I'r If 0 By you Gene know McLtin beforehand alarnanda: ,


Model L2735 K3 that your dentist is Condominium Apartmentswith
going to do some extractIng -

there's a dietary 2 bedrooms and 2 baths

$21888eA method of materially reducing offer all the fine features of apartment living
the after-pain. For
and, finest feature of all
costs
example For 24 hours only -
No Trade Needed tvcry ZenIth TV chats it car.fully handwirtd, to the hih.M before and 48 hours following $13,500 completewith
q2 Left or Bate Options! quality itandird with no printed urcmt and no production
$ shortcut Zenith hand-".. every TV cli*".,' connection Its tM the extraction, eat maintenance estimated as low as -
extra cart of tht nandcraftinf that means IrU.r value, greater plenty of citrus fruits and $25 a month. '
and 1__, .
dependability
Never Before Could You Buy A Zenith Mrvic. probl.mi for Z.nrtti ownonBuilt drink a lot of citrus These low, low prices are possible because you

Color at Such A Low Price ;7'NITN Better to Perform totter s Jukes.quart Put of away milk a et least day, will. own the land, which. Is not beachfront

and add an an pie amount priced, but is still in the

of leafy vegetables to Mooringswith

your diet. This all lends all Moorings golf and

YOUR BEST BUY to alkaline the blood and To learn about the Included beach costly privileges.extras

IN ANY TV bony'Improve structures.healing Aetd in -pro.the like central airconditioning and heat

during food such as fish wal -to-wall carpeting

meat, fowl, fats, grain, come in today and

cheese, alcohol, tea aid ask the
men
at Imperial
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.' BIGlEYS However don't avoid

NAPLES PRESCRIPTION I. .
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Clll-K.L ,. p.i' l (unlit I' would boor UHII .i t.ltltl! *., it. Ill.m4n',, i
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\ditltUiimi. etist.. ., behind themiracle
'30 P.III.-MHI' Joe unl\ .i lou of the G> I'll.HI \',
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U'.ie\ie c'.11111.'.-,. roll L MIMIC, m.ink liniment in,.nil' win'u the U'IN A'1 I I
v* T HHKS St ililuuii : leuuit'H; sl.Itt l"iumc.| I.'.ip'I i, ', I I. .,). ,
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VR PuMlx2KJO TtlO saran fill .'NO Hill A.," III M..lli.>. .., !
\\' iH-liifi 11't'Mili'iit (It''I"1.ink dl, .ink" 1'atl and ,
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j.in-Penii.1 boliiit M-iifUiv in the "i lid. Irs, M'I'. I I .
{ wiuiflelHMiil citl/cn;'lUh'IIH tlllt H MlllplO. TlK'U' L.IIIIII if.
;:lj Cuulnei Paik. woit unit .i Uw In .itton,Unit ilit Ulii iiul
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ilat. Big Ctpresa Ct'UCiHirN-gj( the olilinly.itliMiil 11I1'1.111111 Kami, h.II'I'| ;
the leigue. TlitTi' winnt .im Rita Juit-k" |
loMIUin| to tin- tlritioii in tlicpassing eiti iu Ji i )
THl'HSU.Y4:00p.m.Iutei'naj' / or the rules. ('hit k. !
teiuiln Some Ioie\ie.s lava. .111",1) 63Prrslde11t: i :
class 3.13:; Cnhtrr in.dult Paik. Mailed funning mil tltlmiii.li, piohldtiit. sees the face of Florida change through the lens of n surveyor's
.1.11i.. BlgC\presnGolfCt-utse.Iwfumet gulf lltiitt of iu>tUi- wax until milt ""I'rl.t.II')' t .

:30 p..m.- MI'II'II. Soltbalt unit a huicliul rivt were itttMidt'd.|l'I'I'II"lIt.1"11 One. H'lmrts Uk Oilier instrument. the windshield of n giant draglinc. unci the window ofa

Leagui! CaintMfi roll k. Trofikiiv.s \\ the met'Until .II'"'iniioun next "UIUIIIII.
Pul>lu; Stililiiitn VII Stone red, 1,11'.111 itteiul. I:U11 (hus, There will welder's helmet. He is one of thirty-five hundred "Men Behind the Jlliracle"
HUDU )ou teil will ilti a iiniH-ti'iit| lid Umlnostlav ;

9:30a.mdult tennis tIaNj. ind epiessoiir Menu mi tliprillfW U-ifiin .it | nt Gulf American Land Corporation changing the face of
Cambler Paik.lK tlllt ate KUglit'MOll.H to the stilt
>0|".m.. SeiiiorCltlzeiisbi.\l. 11I1'1111"11"1111I.11I. )', niiiiv tuni'S lie. is still ,'
Ing BrotksldeBowl. loi f..If t'ou tlon t ittoiiil tlic 1II.'I.t. leicut1. / Florida by turning raw, virgin acreage into valuable, usablo land at
lilt dUIIt irttldze the irsults.BKOOKSIDK of 1 nun, I 1
Umli-r mix
North Naples nOL wiiiiiin. Golden Gate Estates..into a modern, thriving community at :/
W.tl'hhis/ III|lit'I' tin the, .innouiuenient put dud th,'
Contract Award ol the lieu tllll'II.I.IIIl'lit age Is 490 "Cape Coral both on Florida's burgeoning Gulf Coast. *.-.,..
st.1I tlllt: Miv I 15:; and I'tin. season ,
At the regular of the
meeting nlntr Cur seven weeks It utllledh I[ tt>i'fitted Vuil 1
Fire Commissioners of the lit' e\i'it(Ing ..Imllll.lllr. div' night He in Florida's for
Gulf American
North Naples FtreComrolDls- plays an important part economy
.
u ible pi Izes are gt'hiig to lit' suit, llenson or i' 1
tract. held at Its headquarters Bowline Kill legume Satuidav ,
the contract for the additionto Ma10, rot Bantam and Junior) : COFFEE : has paid over $26,800,000 to its Florida employees in the form of salaries
the fire headquarters on Mixed leagues They ;irt' wind House lion l .1
South Street Pine Lug\ up their 19C3.04 season. a forfeit )
Ridge was
and sales compensation during the past five >ears. ]He contributes to
awarded to hem &. plbee of When the "Zlngl Its Sprlngl'1 Faye Halt- :
Naples It fashion show and enteitalnment Top, Soiliii(
announced
was
terday. yes- wan (presented last month many nan -1'12.1'7 Florida's growth, for in addition to bringing the state new residents and
new bowlers attended the Unit of the 4.5.7
//I' which was funned as :a divert Man
tourists and stimulating new business and more jobs Gulf American
result of their being present at with a 470. ,
RENEW YOUR the .IIC.I h'. The)' paitu'touted In fired J lone ; ) ."
Dam's LICENSE 'L' lit'ver.llll'l'ks of lust tuition and ICO, JO)re : ; has paid over $1,486,000 in taxes to County and State Governments
URIHSYOURQUALITY have now formed a club hUh Isal'proprl.ltt'lr drlx 130, :
BIRTH MONTH named "Time Out and the :S.6 A.
For FUll They meet even 143, Chris ; t; lie is a good neighbor and a conscientious citi/cn.a i member ofFlorida's II''
Tuesday morning at 9:30 and res Fit uk : | !

other have neu extended or beginning an Invitation bowlers to Audrey Prlller' 132 So.r : : : most progressive land development company} which is literally ;; r

to Join their group. |
Two meetings are scheduledfor ply' was the .Building New Worlds for a Better Tomorrow 1 I
Sunda\ evening, May 10. The gue. Team 1.1"
PERFORMANCE Parent.Child league will meetat LuleJUn/ ,
7 p.m., and the Sunday Night Pat Castenlr
Mixed League at 8 p.m. Howard \ 1.'..
Monday nlte May 11 at 8 p.m. ers won the
there will be a meeting for the Boat Haven ... A
5-man handicap league. les. : a
The Scratch league will be scratch, Ii I'. \\.'

M meeting Tuesday' night May 12, victual high
at 8 p.m Llneback.
: Wednesday morning May 13, was won by
the Ladies Handicap League will high series, V
John W. Gray get together at 9:30 a.m. Sr. Most A
Agent The 4-woman Ladles handicapwill John &ott.MEN'S Y

:Naples Fla. meet Wednesday', May 13, 1011'r I
at 8 p.m. were First
H. been d innil'?d. The Mixed League Is scheduled 1 I bowlers were ,

Superior Lift Agent for 8 p.m. Thursday May 14. Hyder Bob ,
lor hit oulilindinn Friday May lath, at 8 p.m. :1 Blbee. First ft t k3 stl II
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the Men's Handicap will meet. I high team
I lift, Iniurinc lervm If you are interested In any I high team
aaarepreenunvefurSTATE of these leaguesattend the meet. I high
rings or you may drop)' lanes I high Individual
FARM LIFE for more Information BIG
Summer program will begin 'Ospreys,
INSURANCI COMPANY
May Hth. and lo

Geo. W. Thomas SEA SHELL MIXED.Members i Deal, were
of the wlnnlngteamthe Coquinas, ]preys also E,;
Agency Manager were Hazel and Paul) Abraham. I les and team r I
son, Cert and Bill Dunn. El. i and loHenry ;
oulse Williams and John Stull dual : '
SIAU 'UIIA had the highest averages. Mel. 1fta 1 Bettye lIove blot
Cornell and Tom Thomas won dual game.
high series scratch High game TRAIL
INSUIANC scratch: Bettye Hoverman and ;I Mart was
Bill Runs HI series, hdcp; Len. ;I Ing on the
nora Sentovlch and Herb Lee. Wee Henson
IUfI 'Al'e UIIIalalatl High game hdcp Vera Lee; Don i I Greenwood
COUPON, Chesser tied with Dan Paquette. win, Rex so '" '
OII Nax...,.e.. II Most Improved bowlers were j L.V. Shields C'P 4.itJe. ,
Liennora Sentovlch Jane Paquette I team series
and Tony Sentovlih. Officers Jack Hatcher 't,':
-- ,, series and e r y;, r e1' 7 7III
dividual game A
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4B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, Mar 10, 191.< Shopping Around By RolfeIt

T Model Behavior Is Lively in Italy.

. I Girl and 1 f)36) Boys "
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r 3y JEAN SPRAIN WILSON by American television commerlals -
"", ER\.OO.| Onl.PI -.1111., I gel no .pcg141 rnIdrrdos AP Fothlon Writer recently
Clahrwlla Ca"n"..".. 14-war olil .., B
111..1 Ih .'".. 1'11' .' On a TV screen then days It ,
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engineering Hhtafeni ui the eel .ind dim't anti din s' Whatever other trend of slgnli p
University' .if Nalerkio. would, IJr. I.ni' Li.. \\1111111. Iran II i lance came out of the fashion is hardly enough for a pretty
like. to feel" the elation of .. lass to flash a set of ivories or y
huilJing engineering. .ato \ h.' "..ild 10.... preview In Italy recently, the .1 +
brtdg,.. diuiM "lout this type" .if. thinking I is "III IlKlilv'lU'i'J ...hlrn 'h 1,' I II .' message the latest detergent additive. She 1S
not very teuliNtit. Mtw .. side of the ocean was loud and
.. KahoiWMMf \ I lor lemale ongiiu eI"- .11I.11 I IU wrinkle
must her
squint eves,
I'm u K-mulc anil. toi une wmilil nipt uu piil uhi, clear. q a,
i Iii,: femuW, uiiixo engineering I ll.is |hc .Uildenili' qil.llllit.' ill'''ills Enough of this chin-Jutting, her nose, chomp on her chewing v
work in limited." I In inter the hold.. stiff-necked shoulders-slouched gum, and mush up her words in e

Nt\'etliwl"l Ouhv, UN star \I,,,s \'.,,.rl.xn, krI". .111 lo order, perhaps, that the average *
h.is "terra, stomach-extended knees-b n t 'J4 A'Y
nicluiiHMtfil. IK emoting III) lilt' lists ill Ills! 1 II .111' .!. IIIIx Identify
her .ptmitum UK iW unit girl 1 .re ''I Ih'h' .11. .11" "I11. inIllrll mincing down a runway I Ive It r 1I soap user can + ,
among I. 1.\b ciim.rcring ...IulI..nl" ""III t? .I.II,. I hill Il'I up. Kick up your heels. Today Whatever the reason, the television r rr
model must emote. And
l"hh',1 dnl the animated manikin Is the r r
"Ihv reM 1 of the IUKK| I- I now it has come to pass that the UfT
wonJerful. then I tuit'i nwkiI.IKMO Record Cold thing. tACT fashion model-at least the ones RESoR.rr
> Ihtfv 10'1.l e leers f.I H cmuiul Record cold in which men I However, the fleshless frame,
In Italy-must be an actress as
cu-n rattle, mi. in their "l.igp.nlu'o. have survived was the 90 below -. it appears. Is still as necessary
I hii\eti'l tended. INK' zero recorded in Siberiain I I for the style Princess of Pitt! well

MM, us I Jon't ".mt in "pin .1 1933; 18 Americans at the, Palace In Florence, Italy as the
damper on Ihfrir tun. \ mi know Pole
South came within a degree
showroom doll In the New ork's
Woman Gives
'hal engineers are take.. of that mark on April 2 o
"1h,' I In Hirers and pmiissiitxhi 1957. \\ hen they reported a| garment! district
HIrcal, m,' |usi I like," Hiioilui minus 89. Since Italian models I have Wildlife

1- never succumbed to the low-heel

ed American model pump, Ih.esp.cl.lly Sanctuary
able teeteron : ONE TWC AD THREE The star or tms performance
must be to
JU'lll' R. I Fla UP'Iilll) \
Is an Italian fashion model In three spring numbers by
spikes with a fair amount of und wildlife nuiutunrJcmnhct .
Bird Watching? trace, or float when the chiffoncreations Roman designer uclanl She Is sober as a Judge of course, uu one ol, the 'ImeM' on the
but In these photos she looks as If she were saying, (pose 1) .\11"11'I IKeuu' youth of NewJenet
call for It.
NO. "W'hopps, the party's getting spark!" (pose 2)) "" looped? has" been nude pnHmhler ought to be good! It's called 'Last ReiortTihe
But when the cameras are
r the gift of Honda .
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I can walk a straighter line than you can." (pose 3)) "1 cave woman.Mrx.
They are lookingfor a focused on her, she must dance Joseph V. I lUvJ dxnuutl"u DRUGGIST mL
COULDN'T
spiritedly. me alone. I'm going home by myself." The acts are a part 120-aire "portion of Jupiterbland t sunctuurv' into .I plush LOUISVILLE CAP)
Uarren
HOME IMPROVEMENTLOAN of the new liveliness In Italian fashion photography, to the Honda! Audubon I1Nld nl.,1. and itftfiMti' > area
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Certainly a pretty face U an Smith left the doctor's oflice(
Society: with the ,restriction it he there a number of l wi.IItIJl, math
advantage, particularly !if the assignment without looking at the preicnp-
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sneer from the enigmatic coun- Oddly the Italian models seem kept in its: \ i.n condition: as a trners maintain' winter r stales' lion he'd been given.
is hats. But a versatileone bird and wildlife refuge I'. oil Honda's. ,'d.1 ioakl
to be following a trend away | just hour later
tenances' of tvplcal'v! American An he handed the
First National will help Is more handy, and a mobile The property includes nearly ind a short JISUIK ,,,rth of
from beauty without bouyancy set t prescription to pharmacist l.D.
fashion photos. one mile of ocean beach and a* Reach
you remodel your home one Is Just dandy. |I'alm Koontz who glanced at the Paperand
.- .mu'h fonlulIO: on the lntrm.oOHl.ilwaterwa
"Laugh! Cry Sneer! super- >' und! !. a. much ItN :2.000! The November 1933 dust smiled.
FIVE YEAR IIOME IMPROVEMENT LOAN feet wide, i storms of the Great Plains The prescription recommended
cllllous, reproachful, deftanl- M Wife Are Grooms Mrs. Reed's lute huubnnd Die under the veneer and let aft Joseph \bought a Urge portion of ]England, where 25 tons of Florida. Vacation at leisure" -14
For your every banking need GO FIRST to loose nose emotions!.. ." These land on Jupiter Inland in 193) must have been the fries of the He developed the south of orders the next day
First National Bank I U 111111"I.. t MM) l ore nl l ihtf luroniti Miplo' lout stew ]]posited.
Italian lensmen assigned to rover ,h,\', I.. ..th""h ss. tuo couple* hotkey Vum, und! acne of l ("un.ija'n -

of NaplesFederal the spring fashion previews.At ..1 i { .nin !Snutlu-'s IhnfiHiiih.hrJ, ??,?! successful racehorse

least, these are the expressions i.uthiirsi. I.HI'11..11 terra ore way \hreedorH, ,

Deposit Insurance Corp captured on negativesand ,'In,I! Innu.' buy Marts ul Kunrihe for the ALL THE TRAPPINGSBeing
Federal Reserve System shipped to America. And Inn eel |II K'" MiiK-r I'orm u riders, even during subzero 5
hi.'f, .' '
.Illil.Ulj Nil' i linllimutUMI' JH weather,
they are a far laugh cry or \. I u is, i-\ (ov girls). KulhUM'Hlixik "fthon il'" very! void we keep

--, 1 hi-" chi, sunitf )ji Ids l nod the Moves nut for shorter periods
IK, liuslMiul, \ ( luuli 1 s I is u | "Min.llu nt' lime,. Mrs. Miller saw "Hut
I i''itr stumd nut m Sullolk... (they hu\tf \IK be .kept. in condition An Assortment Of Furnished Places Around The Town That Are

11 I npl.iiul. .i.nUiiii), : h,,,....., When cviMi if tour fmjcru go numb." Being Offered For Sale In This Merry Month Of May By AD MILLER ASSOCIATES
L til ( i i '" I I. .lll.lll.l tllCV Mil FO'lUnlIrly for the I
BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED-$12,950 Furnished ., girls, Who Have All Kinds Of Real Estate Goodies On Their
hi, I ,"iII .1 I ti I hk .ii''Ih,' urm opor.iltfd they're! mitpnrtuulnrly interestedin Listings. '"
|t "n... 111 ( II. illil III II' IHTlllXU-sl 1 of ulfairs that call: for dresses t
Yet, here is a beautifully landscaped home of CBS construction located at Mur, 111' Si rtlh., liirnicr h",.,. und hats"I YOU CAN'T REALLY HAVE BREAKFAST at Tiffany's, but you can have
tr akfa t lunch and dinner while beautiful viewof the Gulf
enjoying a through
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feel lomplttel undressed
I 1120.9Ih Ave. No. to be sold m
completely furnished including two air conditioners in 1.h .llh skirt.. ," says Mrs.I Lowdermilk Park In this rare It1ll,1 l of an apartment in the Kona Kal on Crayton '

I 1 dryer, washer, stove, deep freeze, refrigerator, TV, etc A I Beach Club Busy Miller., "(i" .. me jean and Road. The furnishings are decorator Item, routing approximately $10,000, and

nice Iwo bedroom home with low taxes and low monthly payments. In | Spot Over Weeked leutrd.'ma' day." many of them can't be duplicated. Containing two bedrooms and two baths, the

I eluded is sprinkler system, well and pump and wall to wall carpet in the 'I apartment" Is desirably located en the second floor routh and Is centrally heated
i bedrooms. Call us today The Beach Club IMpllslhe Ruth McKlrahan and air conditioned And except for a small list cf personal I items everything is
| headquarters for three weekend Included dews to beach furniture and two bicycle The reasonable price for all

i| tury conventions Club from In Naples Coral, the Cables Con., Wins Honors At this Includes a remarkable amount of beauty and comfort. Shown by appointment only

'1V050/ I bringing the Urgent delegation. Ohio Northern U S DUPLEX ON THIRD STREET SOUTH within easy walking distance of the

901 r1 AC. & ...i Tin will rlubltmiledtolOOmemhers, Miss Ruth Ann McKlrahan, Gulf, affords an Ideal set-up fcr an owner who wishes to live in one side and rent
register about 200 people,,
I including wives (if members.An 2653 Van Buren St., Naples,a so. the other. (The north half is currently rented for 1125 a month) Privacy Is In*

I 630 Fifth Avenue. South /UCt'-'Ui executive' committee of the phomore at Ohio Northern University sired by double cement walls between the ip.rtmcnu. Each .putm".'" has Iwo
: Hertz pnt.a.car.agpncy Is meet o Ada, Ohio,was among the cedrcoms living room dining room and electric kitchen combination and 'large

Phone Ml 2-5)19 Ing at the Beach Club, and lulm.r .o students honored at RecognitionDay pea porch. Beth sides are fully furnished except for some cf the current owner's
| liar group from the CuU Oil Com., held Tuesday at the Unlver.city. .
I personal posreulons, such as a shell table, record player linens and dishes, In the
or 25349WMMSJM r pany makes up the, third weekend She had a 3.451 average in
convention scheduled. a general course of study. south ipaitBient. Check with us for further details about this income producer

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County Agenda
UNUSUAL FURNISHED HOME set on an attractively maintained lot on

The agenda for Tuesday's First Avenue North It contains two bedrooms, two bath, a comfortable and !

meeting of County Commissionwill spacious living room dining room, porch electric; kitchen and two car carport. The
be as follows: entire living area la centrally air conditioned and Ihe bedrooms have electric space

heaters. Also on the premises l iN a one bedroom efficiency guest house. Priced at
9 a.m.-Reading of board mln.utes $32,500.

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Iarsr! 9:15 a.m.-Report of county EXCEPTIONALLY SPACIOUS FUKMSIIEI RESIDENCE: on Jackson Avenue

engineer. I h East Naples Of CBS and wood
construction the home has two generously
pro
10 a m.-Report. of county
health and welfare. portioned I bedrooms, plus a large living rcom: dining room screened In patio and

1 10(30 a.m.-Presentation of front porch and a three car carport. An added attraction is a 15' by 30' fenced-in I
h vI Marco Island Corp. rpplat. swimming pool. Can be yours for I1B.9I5. Including a mortgage of approximately
U a.m.Public hearing, M.500.
change In zoning, tract In Section .
4, Twp 47s, R20E! Town of EAST ON THE TAMIAMI TRAIL. the Coral Sands Motel and Restaurant offers

1m 01 ok all'9. reran motel units, each completely furnished air conditioned! and heated and with

I 11:15 a.m.-Pluklc hearing, tile bath The restaurant seals 25 and is fully equipped electric and ,
gas rsnges
in Miller
change Inning, Park
electric refrigerator cooking utensils etc. Owner !
and Fred Whldden Subdivisions, selling for reasons of health. $10,000
ee rrR Town Immokalee. cash will put you In business, with balance of the $15,000 price In form of first

11:30 a.m.-Selection of pre mortgage at 6%\ .
dint officials for second prl.
mary election
12 noon-Recess for lunch. SPEAKING OF FURNISHINGS, HAVE

1:30 p.m.-Execution of con.
tract on fiscal agent. YOU SEEN OUR NEW OFFICE?

1:45: p.m.-Carl llolbrutkman.ager .
+ a Inter County Telephone. Co.
rw 2 p.m.-Gt-lIl'ral tmslnoss and 64dta1e /I

correspondence.F. .
1 'i $1.eIfe L-Approve and pay bills


OO"U'i STILL GREEN HERSELF! Kv.; I\P-) ;e C4Ied4

hhvs Margie Helm a laiulty 1& IA
r 'er j (Jf the e /JJoclatloJl member at '**Mirrn Kentucky 305 5th Ave. South-Midway

Sidle College ruHniunJ.a. many
tedihera'cnnfererueNin her time, 2-2124.
She ass at such u MII"'n, reeemU -
then H came time for
Kids ? delegates, to in'',,>Ju.. themMeUe "NAPLES SELLS ITSELFLET AD

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"I'm null, MjrgKHelm, *' "hemid. MILLER HELP YOU BUY WISELY"
ami sal doun.
:sure; Lots of Naples kids are members of Naples Federal Savings and Loan Association. They're

drawing earnings on their savings just as real grown-ups do. A couple of them expect to be rich enough to

retire by the time recess is over (or, at any rate have enough money earned to go to college).


THANK YOU
You going to let a little kid get ahead of you ?

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You can join the Association by putting your savings to work at Naples Federal. You'll be saving I wish to take this opportunity to

money while collecting twice-yearly earnings on your savings. And your money will stay right here in Naples

working for the betterment of the community.You thank the voters of Collier County ..


for the vote of confidence given me ,
it does
see, make a difference where you save !

in the May 5 Primary -




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NAPLES FEDERAL: : SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

Candidate for County CommlMionerDUtricJ
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Ii Sunday, M.r 10. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS SB
r I School MonusThe
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eosieuc&i 1 menu for the coming

week at the Naples Junior High

SUNTANMNG A bland cold cream or bi>tiy oily r aa cafeteria will betMONDATSmoked

may be used topically. shake sausage
Skin ipecialuti air !ominft lotion such aa calamine lotion rt' creamed potatoes, whole ker-

increasingly .aware of the adverse are often too drying It Is tsentlal -. nel corn cucumbers, pudding,
effect of sunlight and that the product In- rolls and butter milk. .
are cautioning people not ta ovsrexpose .
soothing and and
non-irritaitng TUESDAY--Cold cuts
themselves to the nun If the pain is ures.I.11 i cheese lettuce, tomato and
Unfortunately, the e.v-\
wavelength extensive blistering I II present, salad scalloped
of the that green pepper
lun
product you should consult a physic an. IT beans, peach crisp,
a tan are the acme ono that Much be V rt : green
can accomplished in
cause a bun The longer, hum.I. relieving the pain of sunburn : bread and butter milk.
Chill and
WEDNESDAY -- 9
leas wave lengths of the solar with the of .
use topical anesthetlca
ipectrum do not produce the and topical steroids when T crackers cabbage and raisin r
tan a sun worshiper teeki administered under a physl salad celery strips cornbread d
Commercially available suntan eiaVi supervision Anesthetic butter, fresh apple,
lotion do not absorb 100 contained In nonprescription : milk.

per cent of the tun'a wavelengths medications occasionally cause THURSDAY Hamburgers,
which can burn the akin'' an Inflammation of the skin Sweet potatoes, onion slices,

but they permit only a per. To date, there la no preparation ripe olives, strawberry short i
eenUg of this energy to reach that will milk.FRIDAY
prevent the peeling cake .
'
the akin This allows the aun. which always follows a severe / -- Macaroni and
bather to remain h the sun for
burn.
; cheese and carrots, tomato -
a somewhat longer period of. Fortunately, a sunburn will : ; t wedge peas peanut butter
time without burning, yet receive
usually heal without treatmentif A \ sandwich, cornbread and butter the heads for his favor.
enough sanlight to produce left alone, art .0 BIRD DOG-Timmy, parakeet,
a true tan. milk. ite hangout, a warm spot under Princess' ear Both .

C There are sunscreen prepara BRIITLElAIR\ S e e cocker__ .n spaniel and bird live in BrenUood. LI

Lions which can provide a greater -
The Shadowlawn School menu

degree useful for of protection persons who Theyare are may Moderate be beneficial exposure, but to over-ex the sun rfl for this week.: Read the Want Ads

posure to the aun Is a common MONDAY) Meat loaf coleslaw -
sensitive to sunlightand
especially
are available from a phy. cause for dry, brittle and dia SHAKING I THE BARD These Elmbethant are the Beatles rehtarsing for a rice w:gravy, biscuits -

aiclan colored hairProtection, London television show They do a scent, with. additional dialogue from "A Midsummer. applesauce.

Dermatologists point out that in the form of a Nighta Drum," From left: John Lennon, Ringo Starr, George Harrison and Paul McCartney, TUESD\Y-Pologna cup wi
sunlight Is the major cause of bandanna or a wide brimmed hat, mashed potatoes, succotash SOMETHING VERY SPECIALIn

premature aging of the ski I and plus mere avoidance of excessive spinach fruit nut bread,orange
akin cancer exposure, is the easiest way to complexions risk the appearance| St. Ann's School be held following the supper and grapefruit sections.
escape this difficulty The damage of weathei'beaten skin at a it-la v-hich win be designed to acquaint -
WEDNESDAY:: -- Ham w/
SKIN CANCER usually la limited to the tively early age Parents To Meet the parents with the efforts beans turnips pickled beets the central Naples area U the 150 by 100
hair shaft and the follicle that Because some prupU respond of the organization this northeast
the
! There are several converging controls hair growth la I not affected best to sunlight only with the Tomorrow NightSt. past year and to present possible cornbread. Jello w/frulr. fat of lovely homesite on corner

linea of evidence that the ultra. further uddition of local medication Ann's Home and School alms for the coining year. THURSDAY "Mr. Lanham'S of First Street South, and Third Avenue Just

violet ray In sunlight are an Another common cause for and because some kin Association will hold Its finalmet'tlng Sixth Grade Sliced cheese I block from the beach $9,500; terms
Important factor in producing dry hair in the aummer Is ex disorders ate. even made worse of the Monday A s!<'clallnvltatlon Is extended and hamburgers tomatoes,lettuce
certain types of skin cancer cessivt bathing In salt wateror by sun exposure drrniatoln 11 year Ann's School by I President Vern Aurlt to onion corn on cob fudge-
Studies show: ((1)) about 90 In chlorinated pools, It If gist'a advice! i i. often helpful May at St. with all parents of St. Ann's children id e. ASSOCIATESREALTORS
a
d per cent of skin cancer Is found always wise to rinse the hairor beginning at 6:30 p.m. to attend this final meet FRIDAY-rish cakes brus- AD MILLER
covered dish The meat
oJ! on exposed areas, principally even shampoo after swim E. Naples dinner. ing and help end the year withan sel sprouts macaroni salad,
l the face; ((2) akin cancer la rare icing to avoid the damaging ef will be furnished u well u chiffon
pie.fRead .
turnout.
In Negroes who are protected fecta of chlorinated and salty Plan Coronation table service, but each family outstanding ... .
f. by their pigmentation;, (3)) In water, Is requested to bring one coy : : ..<" ":

f. the United States, there la mure If the hair Is already brittle Services TonightA ered dish for the supper ::: the t Vfenfr t : ,'A'i-d' .: I 305 Fifth Avenue, South MI 2-2124

i' akin cancer In the Southernstates and dry, gentle blushing witha will ..
Girl's Auxiliary coronation A short business meeting v
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}I where there Is more soft, nduriI-brl.tle brush, ap. .ft.
will\ be hold at the East
aunsMne; ((4)) akin cancer tan plications of an oily pomade or service
be produced In mice 100 per hair groom, and the Infrequentuse Naples Baptist Church at 8 p.m.
of tho
cent of the time by using utrlI of a mild shampoo will be tonight. Eight girls aux.
'
Iliary will receive aclvam od rank.
I violet light. helpful. Time alone may cute .
Ing In the organization. Rank I.glvt'n
A single overexposure to the many of the hair problems associated .
on the basis of outstanding
sun one severe sunburn with excessive '4"
11)) expo. achievement In the areas
cannot cause cancer although It lure to sun and water Come Out To
of Bible study, mission study
may cause scarring or pigmen and participation In mission .
SKIN BLEMISHES pro.
tary changes It takes long
I Ir Jects, and study of Southern D.ip-
T' years of being outdoor ai Sunlight, In moderation, may tint Convention orgmlzjtlon
1 in the case of a cowboy, an athlete
, have beneficial effect '
a on ceitain -
.: a sailor, or a sun wor.hlp.per kinds of skin disorders. Two of the girls, Miss Janet
to produce any danger of Cautious Initial aun Hall and Miss Jo Ann Rayburnwill
akin cancer from sunlight exposure. receive the highest rank a
followed Increased
by slowly
exposures
girl can achieve In the auxiliary.
SUNBURNTREATM NT produces "peeling and Tho ranks Queen Rcgi'nt. Miss
improvement In acne, psoriasis, Sherron RoMnson ClurltneTIp ROYAL HARBOR
There It no specific )rest. eczema, and some other leu pins and Miss Jeroljn KuMnson
ment for sunburn Therefore, akin diseases
a common
will be promoted to the rank of ; !0.. ..
therapy should be directed at An ultraviolet bulb or aun Oliver Miss
Queen. Miss Judy ,
providing relief from the discomfort lamp will produce similar re, Barbara Grant, and Miss Char. "''i.' ; !
without doing harm suits, but here, too, special precautions lode Grant will receive tho rank
Ointments, wet compresiei, must be taken to avoida of Lady.ln-Waitlng IJ1Ir1tI : ;
and soothing lotions are Important burn. ttl't' VISIT THIS MODEL HOME TODAY ,
Items In treatment Burs Longteint, repeated imtui.il The director of the clrl'a aux. tf!
solution cornstarch In or artificial sunlight lllarjr, Mrs. Frauds Barley, ex. ." "
OWl,..or normal, .,,saline may water be are fairly safe in person exposures*' who tend an invitation to the put ,lie." ",'"''. .."I" j.. ........". ,,," ,,, e.. -- .. ., F'I".F":44';a'a :
used tar the wet compmses. tan readily, but those with fair to attend the romiuliowi | "11i I ;! ,I 'Tl' I.tl ,',I IP ,rlp! tj l' ..., a : ...,... .::' : ,




I- Give Veal Chops a Savory SluJJinc! ) .t.::" ', ,"':T,.... -", ;P', 1.J. -' r1''"

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Associated Press Food Editor 17'Ir1 ,

THERE ARE other ways to ', -'
cook chops besides broiling
them. If you have thick chopscut
with pockets, you can put a
savory muffing in each.
That's what is done in the
following recipe. Cooked ham
and mushrooms are used for the

Bluffing, then the chops are
coated with a mixture of flour d r ,1r
and Parmesan cheese and l st

browned in a skillet. After that
the chops are urrunf ed on a bed
of vegetable and a can of s
spaghetti sauce with mushrooms
the kind that has a tomato
baae Is poured over.

Then it'I time for you to relax. .. .
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The are baked in a mod. .
chops l'
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crate oven no need to watch ., : #:;
them.
You might like to serve this Harbor
Royal Bayfront
1960 Kingfish Road
veal-chop dish with spaghetti
mixed with butter Add a green r

salad some fruit and cookie

for dessert, and you have it Completely furnished two bedroom, two bath home. Living

made room with dining area leading to screened porch. Central

STUFFED VEAL CIIOPS I Now AvailableIn heating and air-conditioning.

WITH VEGETABLES thick >< Completely Furnished ........................$ T,1100
4 veal chops, I 1/2 inches Ri .

t/2 cup chopped cooked ham : -- Unfurnished ... .. ..$34,600FASHION'ABLE
,
2 tablespoons chopped mush. lJIFFlltnn TRI ITIIiNT Ion al hops Oven

rooms haLe them with \efclahles and spaghetti *auc<. Royal Harbor The above description Includes only a minimum of detail.

1 tablespoon flour This home is situated as to provide a breathtaking view of
cheese .sauce II nh mu>.hfoiifiiK tonulo' KKle. I'ullhe chopped vcgslablea furnished and
2 tablespoons parnKNun: been tastefully
has
This home
hale) in ,i baking dish 2 tabtcaprsmshullerornwrganneI Have u Jecppockctcut in each 'qiure and 2 inches deep). Put For Immediate Occupancy! decorated and no expense was spared In the extensive ma
sliced carrots
34 cup chopped green pepper h"r.llx together the hnm and the ih<.p. on lop of the vrge- ture landscaping. Many bona-fide extras are also included.
1 cup chopped celery imii.hroo Siufl into pocket of ihlc I %. Sprinkle" chop with tail,
1 I'2 cup cup chopped onion chop" rush pocket openings .reg,ui"> and basil. Pour the
1 '2 salt Closed. \l" flour I and cheese and pdflutti' oauce around the
1/4 teaspoon teaspoon oreganoI ciwl' stuffed hops, with the rni\. chnr,*. Corer ind !bake in a mud. We invite you to come out and see why so
basil lea Melt boner m .1' .ki"kl' .eras: I "i tI! .lque's) oven 1 hour,

I I 4 can teaspoon((15! I I. 2 ounce) spiiihettt add .:hi
Royal Harbor.
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WASHINGTON FEDERAL


MAKES MORTGAGE LOANS ON

Every spacious homeaito is directly on the water, fully sea-walled,

; NAPLES and COLLIER COMfiT O y 1:11: and served by city utilities Within the Naples' city limits just 5 minute


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mnnWUHIMJOH from center-of: town ahoppmf

nttm loans on commercial and residential

HUMUS HOW ItlWIU Prep.A1.s-epovtm.nh-ceop.rafives- For every lot purchaser, Royal Harbor will build landing dock
condominiums Loose for refinancing ,
10 fOUI ifQUllMEIr5. Loans for land acquisition and development free of charge Or, if you prefer, contribute the same amount toward
wlm-PMoetl-taut
OUI "MOsVaAOl lOAM MMttMWT the construction of a slip

1701 MERIDIAN AVfNUf a MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA n

JEfUrion 88452WASHINGTON,?_ A Drive) out and **. Royal Harbor today take U.S. 41 and turn south on
arT or

Sandpiper Street Telephone inqulrto: Call Alan Foster, Cm. HJT. or

FEDERAL ON NAPLES BAY .
I I Ernie Blod ett at Midway ,-..7or your favorite Real Estate Broker.



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6B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday. May 10, 1(64HI 'Wfcot Young People Thinly"Parents


Young Tutors Lend A HandTo


Pupils Who Lag BehindCollege Embarrass Us. Protest Teen-Aaers
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students In New for volunteers to give homework me." Sue Roman, 14, of
By Eugene Gilbert men say their parents put themIn
Jersey, already up to their ears help In homing projects. Here Pmldenl of the a fluster Philadelphia, makes an effort to

In their own studies, have never the tutoring spread over all Gilbert Youth Research Co. Parental fallings most commonly fn/i/ Como / o "stay out of the way and keep
to tutor comments to myself."
theless volunteered help grades.
lagging pupils In the state's Typical\ of the student spark Today's young people wish teen in named front are of criticizing other young the PARENTS Mq UR NTRE fTS pq M Martha Srhrteber, 16 of

public schools. plugs who saw the need for the their mothers and fathers would peopl., talking shout their children pulps NfQifM / WiTHouQBUrrgyf Np Miami Beach, Is one of the boys

In East Trenton, where only 10 program Is Joseph Chrobak, a step emoai rasping them. to otner parents and treat. INq MIs and girls who try talking It over
youngsters had tone on to col. sophomore at Newark State Col. Three quarters of the 1250 Ing the boys and girls like little ,' FIUS>'ER rRf NOy N "I speak to my mother and try to
legs In the previous six years, legs, and a marine veteran He boys and girls we questioned recently children. ; 1 PgRr lr q a explain how I feel," she says
150 students from Princeton and helped organize ejects In said their parents do embarrass .
Marlon Archer 16, Pimento,
Trenton State College are tutor. Newark and Elizabeth, and found them, even If only occasionally
PARENTS INTERFERE:: Ind., Is more philosophical about
Ing both Junior high school pupils 100 of his fellow students signIng ,
Other teens find that theirparents
the whole situation. He explains
and high school sophomores at up to help. The girls are more embarrassed .
often interfere with young that he realizes "that no harmIs
civic centers In the city The PacifiC .Island Trust lerntorics than the boys. Seventynineper people's visitors and try too Intended and It's all In fun."
A tutorial corps was formedIn of the United Slain In. ': cent of the young women but hard to "Join the crowd."
Jersey City when that com elude. the Caroline, Marshall and only 68 per cent of the youngMy "They Dogs
always try to get In on Call Out
nunlty's housing authority asked Mariana Ulandi
everything If kids are at the
1 house," says Jeanl Lucebella, Harvard Students' .

18, of Mitchell, S. Dak. Raid At Radcliffe

heartfeltuTHANKS" And handy Carroll, 18, of
CAMBRIDGE Mass. AP -
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Houston, Tex., objects because
What began as a raid on
"my father and mother are a I- Radcliffe women's dormitories
ways trying to butt In on my erupted into a noisy three-hour
parties." demonstration by nearly 4,000

Parents shame their teen-sge Harvard students Thursday
to my friends, supporters and those children In other ways "They night.

good citizens whose efforts and votes made sometimes make little Jokes on .. / ..... "' .........- 'P' der The control outburst after was the brought arrival un-of
we high man In the first primary ,, i my mannerismssays' a t 15- --- three Metropolitan District Commission .
young people-57 per cent-say do no good. Another 30 per cent, and don't let them bother me."
year-old Mitchell. S. Dak., boy, police dogs and their
they have protested theirparer.ts' however, say their complaintsare Ken Rogers 17, of Baltimore,
The Is half done hence I And a 17-year-old Fort Wayne, trainers.
job
only
; urge actions. Unfortunately,_ "fairly effective." Md., says, "I Ignore the situation Police called for the dogs alt
Ind., girl claims her father "Is
you to redouble your efforts for the second g 38 per cent say their protests PROTESTS VARY ." er Harvard's dean of men, Rob.
have hard ahead of abrupt to my dates and treats m... .ert! B. Watson, pleaded withoutI
primary. We a fight us. ; The methods of protest vary r Michelle Arnold 14, of Brook
like a child In front of "
others. success with the students to disperse
from just Ignoring the embarrassing .lyn, N.Y. takes mqre action. .
Mothers are worse offenders
To the supportors of my opponents, I than fathers. Fifty-three percent ea remarks or actions,,, walk away," she says. Authorities said the demonstrators

congratulate you on your fine efforts and, of the teenagers complain to leaving the room, to talking; Some of the more constructive good-natured and or.
x to the parents afterwards methods Include one by dorly until the dogs arrived,
their mothers embarrass them
particularly, the clean campaigns waged.
you and booing
into
changed a jeering
Sandy Well, 17, of Bothell,,, Richard Casey, 17, of West
most often, while only 31
I know you are interested in having a strong, per crowd. Police said bottles
Wash., tries "to accept people> Roxbury, Mass. He tries to "do at'the
cent lay the blame with dad and firecrackers were thrown
honest CMtnty commiaiioner, and I urgently w rx Slightly more than half the A Seals ol Your Doctor of Medicine. ? as they are, especially parents,,, things before they have to tell! dogs and their trainers. ,
Invite you to |loin with me in giving It to t Your 1.0<.1 ilnliul Society and the.Honda ----- "
Collier County. Medical Allocution. 'i" ..


SMAUPOYIERADICATED i!;:

Sincerely yours Smallpox virtually disappeared
from the United State t
back in the 1940 .
a Until this '
disease is eradicated throughout ie e e e e eee ...;.
SWELL F. "PAPPY" MOOREPaid WflHIflDS.
the world, there is no assure
ance it will not show up in this' the business
in
to get a
country a r al l n. VaCtmation
( Political Ad) against smallpox, discovered i in
1798 by Edward Jenner, M.D., break on your carpet?
an English country doctor has
sated more lives than probablyany
other medicine or preventive -
measure. Prior to vaccination
smallpox attacked a heavy
majority of persons An esti
OPEN LETTERTO mated fourth of these died of
it and the rest were pock
..
marked for life.Vaccination ..
is not only routine Yes.
in this country, but travelers .
from foreign areas to the
U.S. are required to show
vaccination certificate In NAPLES FLOOR COVERINGSand
many countries in Asia, Africa
4 d TO ALL VOTERS IN COLLIER COUNTY and still South a America threat. smallpox Quarantine is

...' authorities at ports of entry are
..' becoming more stringent in insisting ,, '"',*
I .I that arriving travelers LEES
from LES WHITAkER have valid International Certificates Carpets
1-: of Vaccination or Revaccination -
against smallpoxRecent I ,
small: outbreak of We both stand behind every
smallpox in England laid to
have originated in India have carpet sold. That's a real
i alarmed authorities, Frequencyand
speed of internationaltravel break. Stop in and see our
are Increasing the rule of
the spread of smallpox from wide
Twelve years ago, after touring the entire State of Florida, I se- one country: to another Travelers
selection
by air, infected a few days of styles and prices.
lected Collier County for my permanent home. I have never regrettedthis prior to their departure from a
foreign country, may not devel
decision. op symptoms until after arrival
at their destination thus in
After reviewing the results of the recent election, I am more con- creasing contacts the risk of unsuspected ..Naplcs :floor Covcrinjs

vincd than ever that I made the right choice. I have a warm feeling, Vaccination has been done "
millions of times all the 17 Year of
deep down inside, that can not be expressed in words.To world, but there are ever areas MO Sixth Avenue So. Dependebdlty"a::
where there are no vaccination
s
all the people who voted for me, please accept my sincere ferently laws, or such laws are indif ...,.. ,. ...
thanks. managed ::>:V< : :" .M< .9t f",;:, :SrsifA"1;: ;::: 4 b.iauA4: :;; ...


The fact that you put me in first place in every precinct in the

Naples area and Immokalee makes me very humble and grateful.To .


the ones who saw fit to vote for one of my opponents, I ad- v MY SINCERE

mire you for going to the polls and exercising your right of free

choice. I extend to all of you an invitation to join my host of other

friends in giving me your vote and support in the run-off election on

Tuesday, May 26, 1964.

I am still the same candidate, running on my qualifications and THANKS

record of proven ability. I am not running for or against any indivi-

dual or groups. I will not let emotions, personalities, or petty whims

influence my thinking in working for the betterment of all the schoolsin '

the county.If To My

elected, I will be the only member on the new board with the __

combined business background and actual experience in the building of

schools. I can talk with architects in their own language. I pledgeto Many Friendswho

you I will use sound, sober judgment in working for better educa-

tion for every child in Collier County.


Again many many thanks! worked so hard for and supported me in the first


r V Democratic Primary election of May 5.


Since a runoff for the post of County Commissioner,


District three on May 26 is indicated, I will greatly appreciate -

vote for

your continued efforts and support.GRATEFULLY .




LES WHITAKERDemocratic YOURS,





Runoff Election, Tuesday, May 26,. 1964 WM. H. 'BILL' HENNING



THE CANDIDATE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE


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I Sunday, May 10, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7B -


100 Years AgoGrant



Lee Continue

,

Grim Battle To Death 0 GULF


Fy Lon K, Savage suited to attack the point of !
the V but was shot dead by a <
hBUGGY "We have now ended the sixth \
day of very heavy flghtlng".We Confederate sharpshooter < I
have lost to this time eleven Next day, another Grant attack <'
general officers killed, wounded broke the line but then was TOWERS
or missing, and probably smothered, and nothing was i'
,
gained.
twenty thousand metuJ am now
backfall It was then that Grant filed ',
sending my wagonsfor
a fresh supply of provisions his famous dkspatch promising <
I to"fight It out... If It takes ,'
and and
ammunition
RIDES are a feature of the annual picnic which members of the pro- all ," The
First Baptist Church hold each year. The event is scheduled for 5 o'clock pose If It takes to fight aU summer.It out on "this line morning summer he resumed very the job next of 1977 GULF SHORE BOULEVARD

Wednesday afternoon at Lowdermilk Park. An attendance of approximately So Gen S. attacking Lee. ii't
wrote
I 200 is expected. Games and recreation for everyone is included in the Grant 100 years ago Ulysses this weekin Directly on the Gulf in The Moorings

programs. Shown above are CynthiaMartin, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. a report that carrledthe horror BLOODY ANGLE \
Robert F. Martin and Ronnie Gore her escort, the son of Dr. and Mrs. and the spirit of the war Hancock again was picked 't
Frank Gore, enjoying a ride at the picnic last year. (NEWS photo) he was fighting He wrote It to lead the charge,and his corps 't

on the morning of May 11 near was up and moving early on
First BaptistChurch You '. teaspoon pepper Spottsylvanla Courthouse In the rainy morning of May 12. 't
Picnic Can Even 1 tablespoon lard or east-central Virginia, and As day dawned, they moved, 't I/ 1I
Serve drippings within hours after writing It, strangely silent through the 't
Next WednesdayMembers Company 1 cup dairy sour cream Grant could add still more thousands misty woods toward the pointof
of the First Baptist These Patties 1 teaspoon dill seed to his casualty list of Lee's "V" formation. Sud-
Vi teaspoon salt 20000. denly, they were on top of Ire's
Church of Naples will hold their
Whether you're considered a. 1 tablespoon chopped parsley Grant had moved his to line, and they charged as the '
annual family church picnic at culinary heroine or not It'. difficult army
5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon to devise ways of serving Scoop out center of tomatoes Spottsylvanla on the 8th and 9th day exploded In violence. '
In Lowdermilk Park. hamburgers. Although plain 1 and combine with beef, onion, of May,immediately afte r fight- Quickly, they broke Lee's line, ''
Those attending are askedto ground beef patties are quick 1V4 teaspoons salt and pepper ing the bloody Battle of the Wilderness and a full division of Lee's army
bring a basket lunch; soft and easy, a meal can have so Mix well. Cut remaining tomato against Robert E, Lee. was captured, with two Confederate / I
wID. be much more sparkle when new Into strips and reserve for sour. He had moved to Lee's left, generals. /'
drinks furnished tricks are applied.In cream sauce. Shape meat mixture hoping to Interpose his Lee, himself, wanted to lead J
There will be games and pri fact, this Idea produces an Into 6 patties about % Inch between Lee and Richmond.army Out thecounter-charge.buthUmen '/
zes. Last year 200 attendedthe entree that's even special I I thick. Brown In lard or drip. would not let him Instead, '
Lee had moved too, and the two /
pings. Remove patties to a heat.
event. enough for company.Is The unusual ed platter. Pour oft: drippings, If armies had raced for Spottsyl- Jubal Early sent a division of 0 i
feature a colorful andscrumptious "
of necessary. Add sour cream, tomato van II, IS miles away. Lee arrived men Into the "bloody angle;
sauce sour
HUME CRONYN TO PRODUCEi cream, tomato strips, parsleyand strips, dill seed and Vt tea first, and again the two other Confederates rallied, and GULF TOWERS represents quality both tangible ;
NEW YORK (AP- Actor Hume dill seed. You heat It In the spoon salt. Cook Just until heat. armies faced each other, readyto the two armies suddenly were ,
Cronyn hat purchased two plays skillet after the patties have ed through. Spoon sauce over fight. on top of each other,shooting, 0 and the intangible. One intangible is the solid strengthof
by William Hanley that he will\ been pan broiled. patties. Sprinkle with parsley. screaming, stabbing, hitting 0 the foundation- necessity of importance to all
produce and may also direct Whatever use you make of 6 servings. GRANT ATTACKSLee with fists and rocks. Men shot
Both acripti Involve the tame ground beef, storage attention is took a V-shaped posi- men at point blank range; bay- 0 0 homeowners Another is the integrity and quality of
three.charactera. The longer one, particularly necessary R e b a onets were used extensively.At .
tion with Court- work insisted the builder Outstanding
"Today Is Independence Day," Staggs, meat expert, advises A I 3 FROM LIT1'LESPARKS. Spottsylvanla and times, the fighting had to upon by ex
house In the Grant'sarmy
,
Ie! new. "Mrs. Dally Has a. freezing ground meat If It Is not circled apex around the pointof stop so the men could push cellence of both tangibles and intangibles make Gulf
Lover," its companion, wai previously to be cooked within 1 2 tf
done off-Broadway. Fare Hamburgers or days.Company ... the V. May 9, Grant sent away the dead Lee, It Is estimated 0 Towers with its exquisite detail and extraordinary
of his
lost a fifth
Hanley.is In also the author Dark,of" "Con.verution. which 1% pounds ground beef %'i\' '; GIANT FOREST W.S.Into Hancock's the west IICorps leg crashing of the- army that day and Grant lost quality, an investment with lasting value, beauty and
2 medium tomatoes,
the Theatre Guild plans to pre U cup chopped onion peeled %*FIRES GROWl V, but that attack failed "Good one-tenth of his. / comfort appropriate for your horne
Meantime, Grant had sent /
sent next fall. 1H teaspoons salt Uncle John" Sedgewlck then
his cavalry, 10,000 horsemen 2
under Phil Sheridan, In a bold 4

Wan I the Best Home Buy In Naples? SEE fighting raid toward at Spottsylvanla Richmond. As pro-the >/

greased, Sheridan's 13milelongcolumn -

Lee's lines, moved tore up behind railroad -
MICHIGAN HOMES
tracks and telegraph( Gulf Towers Series No. 3
wires Lee responded by send-
Ing his cavalry wIder "Jeb"Stuart
<4, after Sheridan. The /
,.,' two cavalries: met at Yellow
Tavern, Just north of Richmond,
THE FOUNDATION ,
and Stuart was shot In the king
Dashing "Jeb" Stuart, the
",yea of Lee's army," was % D. E. Prill & Associates, Structural Engineers after ,
I"4 '\ receiving! soil tests made by Winjjerter Laboratories,' : "
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analyzed, engineered and designed the structural
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foundation of Gulf Towers to Insure the sou mines*
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. CAP-
and safety of the atructure. The engineered specifications
Men who believe women have en- of 319 precasl 12" x 12" reinforced concrete

reached too far Into their domain piling ((22 to 30 feet In length), grade beams, and
ate In for anoth.rdlsh.art- all framing, columns and pile caps of standard a
intng blow-women are smoking weight concrete (150 J Ibs. per ft.), have been toll
rlnri. lowed and set with jewel-like precision. This meticulously
"Women art responding more / designed foundation makes Gulf Towersone
and more to cigars," said / of the strongest and safest structures in southwest .

Eugene L. Raymond president y Florida
of the Clear! Institute of Amerlri.

Officials attending a Joint meet-<
Inc of the CIA and the Cigar %
Manufacturer of America contentlon -
held here estimated that
t come 80,000 American women TilE CONTRACTOR .
-'- --. The Windsor art already smoking cigar I

9'- On. believed that It won't be One of the most important features of your apart.
THE MOST r too long before wom.n begin ment Isn't in the apartment it's the reputationand

SCREENED MASTER mutating their Danish sisters reliability of your builder. Gulf Towers' general
MtitfS PORCH IEDROOMl and start smoking cigar In pub. 0 contractor, Wiggs & Maale, Inc., have the attributesof
0 >ll 0" lie. innate honesty and sound moral principle Theyare I
the finest general contractors on any basis. They
QUALITY LIVING AREA i It Pay To Advertise 4 absolutely will not make any compromises with superiority .
tEDR00M II10 ill I ane and their matchless attention to every de
.ua DINING AREA J a ; tail is clearly evident in the countless Tort Royal
II10 ill? lETS] estates and elegant Palm Beach apartments they
CONTROLTo imurr have constructed. For the few who may not be I

.R an01EN rr 11 familiar with this firm, they were bonded, doubly
NfM t sta.ur i insuring the fact that Gulf Towers will be com
r- --J pke pleted as per specifications giving you the prestigeof
J J'.r 'xGARAGE an elaborate cuatom-built home, the distinctionand I
,
Iris
of ya Ogg
control in construction )
assure utmost quality tEDR00M privacy of an estate, and the atmosphere of

your new home, experienced Michigan officials approve e'i Did you know that the an exclusive country club.

design and plans, make daily on-site inspections, maintain .. first electrically operated 1
: dishwasher.. was Introduced I
radio-controlled vehicles, operate their own con- fl ter'' 'way back In HUT i

struction crews, keep high rigid requirements for P That the popular coffee

materials and workmanship and constantly strive for breaks across the country FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
3 BEDROOMS/ 2 BATHS account for 28 per rent of I
unquestionable satisfaction of customers. We are confi- the total, coffee coniump- CONTACT YOUR PERSONAL I REALTORor

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this exclusive 2461 Total Ft Trumsa, Is another piaao -
is unmatched in Southwest Florida. Ifi Sq. .
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it! $15,25Oon the nation doe s't stump I
Let us prove
Many people Naming the W. R.fJKEELE_ Realtor
You Art Invited to Inspect Models your lot sixth, ....ytr. Is a footer
In It'. Houston That
some M million people ,lathe
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Fishing Rules dons are essential In order to
1 properly manage those public
Available Soon fishing areas, and should not

Copies of regulations apply- Impose any undue hardship on
ing to each fish managementarea the fishermen. Fishing and
win be available at the hunting will be permitted or
Tallahassee and regional offices fish management areas subject -
of the Game and Fresh to existing rules and regulations -
Water Fish Commission and at of the Commission
the off Ices of the County Judges. or to such other special regulations
These tom as applying to particular -
special regulations
;, be available around June 15 fish management areas.Toastmistresses .
-Ti[ j f fI
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when the new 1964-66 fishing
licenses go on sale, accordingto
: A.D. Aldrich, Commission ,
; I J director. Toastmasters Plan
H General regulations apply-
A
rte w ing to fish management areas Joint Meet MondayMembers
1 are as foDowst .
J of the Naples Toast.
1. A license shall
fishing master Club and their wives
: ,j be required of all residents will meet at 8 o'clock tomorrow
: : E Ej between 15 and 65 yean of night with members of the Naples
age and all non-residents except Toastmistress Club in the Sun
children under 15 years shine Kitchen, next to the FlorIda -
of age, to fish by any methodon Power and Light Co. office.Linda ?
a fish management area Sauchelli, president of
2. The possession of fish- the Toastmlstress' Club, will
ing tackle Is prohibited on any preside and give the Invocationand
fish management area that Is the pledge of allegiance.
( ) t !1 closed to fishing. Mrs. Genevieve Jerabek and
Clifford Wenzel will be the
3. Dally bag limits and me- speakers of the evening Roberta
thods of taking fresh water fish Wilson will serve as toastmls.
shall be generally establishedfor tress. Mrs. Elizabeth Parker
the State except as provided will assign table topics to the
for a particular; fish man- members of the two clubs.
agement area. Wanda Clark will be the master .
Persons evaluator for the Toastmistress .
4. entering or leav
Help For The Library ing fish management areas have croup, assisted by Hlldy
Olosn Gabe Luff will betherna.
ing designated entry points shall
ter evaluator for
& the male con.
enter or leave only at such designated -
: tingent with Earl G.
(ten) Eu home city of Milwaukee, WIs, Her County Free Public Library points. Hodges
assisting. Mrs. Ruth Collins
: ( ), presi where they have donated sever. Campaign Fund and expressed 5. Any vehicle, boat or other will act as and lex.
Library, al valuable collections of sculp.. the hope that her contribution transportation device may be icologlst. grammarian!
D. Reyn ture and paintings to the Milwaukee would spur others to make their searched while In, leaving, or Husbands of toastmistress-
of Art Center. contributions before leaving for
) the entering a fish management es and wives of the toast masters
Board, Next week Mr. and Mrs. Brad the North. (MrGrath photo) area will be guests.Toastmasters.
for ley are returning to Milwaukee
a
6. Fishing Is prohibited In will not meet
Raised FlagA
Benefit where Mrs. Bradley has three
will be an shops Zlta, Inc., peg Bradley small group of Americans those waters posted as close Tuesday night, their regularly
Inc.and has Shop and The Bermuda Sport defied Mexico by hauling ed to fishing on the VC Chris- scheduled meeting, but will meet
February, Shops, Inc.Prior down the Mexican flag and tina, Saddle Creek and Plea- again May 26 at the Elks Club
to leaving for Mllwau. raising the Bear Flag of California sant Grove Fish ManagementAreas On .,1904. New
have kee, Mrs. Bradley gave a sub in its place on June 14, In Polk and HlUsbor- York City police arrested a
in their stantial contribution to the Col. 1846, at Sonoma ough Counties. woman on Fifth Avenue for
Aldrich said special regula- smoking a cigarette.







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