The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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40th YEAR NUMBER 204 Add one hour for Mtrto
\\q TUE (DAY. MAY 12, 1964 10 CENTS 8 PACES


Available From The Moorings

Zoners Say City Should

Buy 300-Foot Beach Lot

the land created In the various sewer systems installed byme
Blvd. from a proposed neigh to
The Zoning Planning
units of The Moorings. Moorings at Its expense In Its
borhood shopping center
Board this morning proposedthat
Link noted that In 19S8 s development.
I the City buy 300 feet of Unit 5, containing 141 lots,. "The developer Is doing an
total of $2,480 In taxes was
beachfront for a pub- will run from the Gulf east "
awful lot Link said. If the
... and from Doc paid to the City on land comprising ,
... lie teach park Just Inside the Crayton Road \ Units 1 and developer provided public beachor
north! city limits tor Pass north to the city li-
beach Its
accesses at ex-
This the received -
This action was taken as the mite, Link pointed out to the) 2. year
It would eat Into re
V.'V $54,000 In taxes on pense.
of the
board recomniendedCltyCoun- board that much
Link pointed out. Institutional -
land. And the City derives venue.
aJ e'''''''III, ..: ,'S"-:' CU approval of The Moorings In this new unit now (Is underwater same revenue from water and tenders won't male

Unit S plat and zoning as proposed Extensive dredging and loans for structures tobe loca-

SCHOOL DAZE Just naturally creeps up on a fellow Council To Hear by Moorings developer 11. filling has gone on In the area. ted on lots next to a public

Ar dThe after a big lunch and a big noontime tussleon Milton Link. The plat zoning "We are having to dig out beach, he said

the playground. The sleepy ones appear disgustingly and proposed beach purchase 30 acres of fill to create this There's Hope For Most of the lots In Unit 5

lazy to the young lady on the right. Bids On Street, will go before Council high and dry land,"the developer Trail win be zoned residential under

She thinks: "We ought get on with this learning at Its May SO meeting noted. Besides the expense 4-Laning the plan approved this morn-

M process. \VV\e got a long way to go." Drainage WorkCity In other action the board there the development firm North Of City Ing. Beachfront lots will be
of the 80- also has made and will make
(NEWS photo) made a final review zoned for high-rise apartment
revision of the extensive capital Improvements Four- the Tamlaml
or Council meets Wednesday page proposed laning buildings as win some lots
Hall zoning ordinance, on which the Trail from Central Avenue Inland behind
at 10 a.m. at City to facing the waters
By THE ASSOCIATED PRES; board has been working for north to Pine Ridge may h
Graduations Ahead For receive bids for about $700, Doctor Pass.
UNITED NATIONS N.Y 000 of storm drainage and street nearly two years. And In this Police ProbeVandaUsm Included In the State Road De

(AP-The U.S. delegation to building and rebuilding work. board's final meeting Coun- At partment's budget for the next Oral Arguments

the United Nations has (ronclud At a 9 a.m. conference preceding cil again was asked to include fiscal year.

ed that Red China's chances ot Schools the meeting, Council funds tor air-conditioning the Pier "The situation looks bope-
getting Into the United Nations County High Members. win neet behind closed City Hall meeting room In the Fishing fuL". City Manager Vince Wow Slated In BondValidation

at the fall session of the General! doors and discuss appoint- 1964-6 budget. with a reported Monday. Wood.County

Assembly have not Improved Four of the county high 22 at 8:35 a.m., In the school ments to the Zoning and Planning Terms of an seven zoning warped Youthful Idea pranksters as to what constituteS Engineer Harmon Turner, Suit
significantly this
board members expire and W.R. Wilson met
cafetorlum. On 24 there of all seven engineer
said schools will complete all graduation May Doard. Terms fun are blamed by Naples
Authoritative sources
month. Last week, the Zoning\ with State Road Board nm-
be breakfast for the seniors -
activities, according to a present members are expiringthis vandalism
U.S. officials believe Franc.'srecolnltlon for twoacn
of also asked police ber Monahan In Fort Lauderdale -
Board Appeals John TALLAIIASSEE AP) -Oral
10 and the baccalaureate (
of the Peking retime preliminary reports,during the at a.m., month. at the Naples Fishing Pier.
air-condition dill! big scheduled fur
will have little effect In last week of this month, with sermon at 3 p.n. Also scheduled for the conference Council to Varner manager of the on Friday. argument are
the of Harry The road board left the Trail Wednesday In the Florida Supreme
win be held at of meeting room
the assembly Naples Senior High School closing Class night Is discussion pose the -
concession on pier reported
Hall\ that 1s not atr condl- four- In the bud- Court on the validation
lanng project
25 In the cafe of land City
out the 1963-64 school year 8 p.m.. May sible City purchase that a fountain about suit for the $17 million bond I..
LONDON AP-The Flnan. Commencement I Is for park- tloned. west get when the board meets May
( with commencement for these- tortum. near the fishing pier 100 feet the entrance sue to finance the proposed
clal Times reported today that nlors on Monday, June 1. scheduled for Wednesday May Ing and recreation purposes. had been yanked off and thrown 28 to finalize Its budget. Everglade turnpike.

Czechoslovakia has refused to Naples Senior High will start 27, at 8 p.m., In the school AGREE WITH LINK Into the Gulf while the city water Four-lanlng the Trail from The bond Issue was validated
foot Pine
contract to supply Central Avenue to Ridge
renew a
graduation exercises at 10 a.m. cafetorlum. Board members agreed with flowed onto the pier. The earlier In Leon County Circuit
to Cuba. about 4 1/2 miles was
Quoting usually reliable sou rees Monday. May 25,with an honors Immokalee High School ha .U.S. Link! this morning that It was Incident occurred sometime first by the County Court. But on bond lames of thla
Charges priority
size 11 Is customary to gel a final
the business dally reported day assembly. The baccalaureate scheduled the baccalaureai. lOt the responsibility the developer Saturday, night or early Sunday Commission when It drew ruling front toe ltuprerne
Czechoslovakia lUd contraded sermon wilt be held In the'school for 2-. of beachfront lavatory In the
that sermon Sunday May propertyto warning up Its primary road priority Court for protection of the bond
to deliver to Cuba by auditorium at 8 p.m. at 8 p.m. In the school audi provide public beach or public men's room also had been pull list a few months Four- buyers.

September| 250,000 tons of frozen and Sunday. May 31. Commencement tortum. Commencement win] Hoffa f RaidedPension access to tin beach. The ed loose from the wall dur- lanlng from Pine Ridge ago. to the The bond Issue by Broward

meat from Argentina tons of canned win follow on Monday In be held, Thursday, May 28, and plat as presented to the board ing the night police say. north county line was put In and Collier counties will finance
Brazil, 67,000 the auditorium at 8 p.m. honors day on Friday), May 2S. shows no beach access routes Officer Jerry winebrenner second i toll road 78 mile from Andy.
meat 450,000 tons ot fertilizer,, priority.If
tons of canned cereals and Bethune High School In Im- FundCHICAGO north of Doctor Pus, except Is conducting the Investigation the road board budgetsthe own In Broward County to a

vegetables 1,600 10,000 carloads of! mokalee will hold a Junior Everglades High School wit for an "emergency" access so for the pollee department. project for 1964-65, the point near Naples In Collier
Senior Prom on 15. hold Its honors day rfcognltla bounty
work crews can maintain
of canned
flour and 2,100 tons City SRD and the City can undertake -
fruit I Awards day Is scheduled May on Friday. May 22; the Dacca (AP) James R. the Doctor Pass north Jetty. a coordinated drainage

"The food under this con... laureate sermon on Sunday,, Hoffa, president of the Team. "If the City doesn't want Car'Stalled Dy with I resultant saving Start Vote On

tract," the paper said, "will be Freak AccidentIn May 24, and commencement ster Union, and seven code to buy this 300- eoe lot for access program of Wood said. First
with dif 29. All activities Fendants raided a Teamsters Mosquito Fogger money.
delivered but faced a on Friday May to the beach, that's their coordinated
of the AntiPovertyMeasure
flcult food situation at home the Immokalee; will be held In the gym' pension fund In order to help choice board members phase pro-
financial Smashed In Rear would be the engineerIng -
Hoffa out of personal gram
Czech government seems unwilling natorlum starting at 8 p.m
he would be
agreed. Link said which would take six to
to do much more." Man 'Critical'Gerald difficulties, the federal govern TodayWASHINGTON
Carver's Junior Senior ment charged Monday In U.S. agreeable to selling the parcel Blinded by the fog caused by Imo eight months.

ROME (AP>)=Franco' Barton Glenn Ivt'S. 43, was Prom win be held In the school District Court. which has the north city qulto control machine pro, But If the four-lanlng Is not (AP) The

Avvedutl, ousted president olItaly' brought to the Naples Commun. auditorium Friday. May 15, at In his opening statement of limits as Its north boundary siding down the street, Andrew Included In the budget. Wood ruclal voting on amendments to

government banana momopoly Ity Hospital about 10 a.m., yes. 8 p.m. The baccalaureate ser the mall fraud and conspiracy to the City. W. Daason brought his car to a said the City probably will have resident Johnon'* antipoverty

has been sentenced to terday In a critical condition, a mon will be heard at 4 p.m.,. trial erf the eight defendants, The proposed purchase was top about 8130 o'clock Saturday) to go ahead with Its drainage bill I* expected to begin today

three years In prison. victim. of a freak accident The In the school auditorium, Sunday Charles Z. Smith, special assistant approved by the board with the Ighl. program pan of the $1,550 In i the MINIM Education and La.

His was the stiffest sentence "critical" status remained at May 24. Class nights\ U.S. attorney, said the understanding that. ,If the Moor- Clifford Klnch,3941 Guava Dr.,,I 000 streets-and-dratnage work bar Committee.
given 82 persons convitted Mon. noon today scheduled for Tuesday May government would prove that Ings buys and develops addi- Derating a car belonging to Rune authorized by the bond Issue. Democratic member ot the
day night by a Rome court ot( Ives was found lying In the park. fraudulently arranged $25 land north of the aid Brock was following behind; committee[ have been meeting
and Friday they tional city
26, commencement, The SRD would have to do Its
falsifying documents and rigging Ing lot of the FarmersStateMar. will million In loans from the pen. line another 300-foot beachfront id ,plowed Into the rear of the I lucus for a week to Iron out
bidding for retailing of ba. ket with multiple fractures Including May 29. Each event lion fund over a 4h/z-year perl the [)Mason car.Tha accident occurrd ., own drainage work'wheneverthe their position on a series ofmenament
nana*. Forty two defendantswere both an upper and lower be held In the school auditor od. parcel, contiguous to on 14th Avenue, North about Trail four-lanlng was ap- *. They are reported
acquitted Jaw| and of the chest and should. ium at 8 p.m.Deputies. aforementioned lot. be made no feet west of 11th Court I proved. in i full agreement on all but one.
era Apparently he had been run Smith told a jury of eight men available for purchase. .
CAMBRIDGE England (AP) over by a truck, the driver unaware and tour women that $1 I million That would males a 800.foot ..- --- .- _. .
of the accident Recover of that amount wa diverted to for "worthwhile" -
public .
Peter Reddaway, a British ex. strip a u w NsMa
change student deported from Highway Trooper Ed Craw. Body Of Youthful the defendant own use. beach Link noted. The propped .
the Soviet Union, today denied Ford who Investigated the accident The Jury and four alternates property would be deep
Soviet charges that he tried to laid witnesses reported a Immokalee Negro were elected after two weeks of enough to accommodate off-
persuade the wife of a Soviet 19S7 or 1958 red Diamond T examining prospective jurors street parking facilities and
defector to follow him to the semUraller leaving the sit Justprevious during which nearly bOO venire
01 Gulf Shore
Diving Into about 15 feet would lie across
of Ives
West. to the discovery men were questioned.
Reddaway said he saw the lying on the ground. water, sheriff's deputies re-
wife of Oleg Lenchevsky In Trooper Crawford said a state ocvered the body of 9year'old

Moscow twice "purely as an In. wide alert had been sent out to Alvin Stokes. Immokalei
dividual." Lenchevsky defectedto locate the truck In order to Negro who drowned Saturday, 4th Annual FishingTournament

the Westin 1961. check insurance liability No The recovery was made about
'Both visits were short and I charge were filed.
1230 from a pond across
simply passed oral messages of Ive was brought to the hoSe p.m.
pltal by Sheriff*Deputies Parker the road from the Florida Forest
greeting and affection from Oleg '
Lenchevsky to his wife," Red. Johnson and James Whatley Service fire tower south Opens
daway said. shortly after the accident of Immokalee.

Here Next Sunday. ., .; ,

The fourth annual Greater Naples as follows snook, redflsh, mac.

summer fishing tournament kerel, trout grouper, tarpon
which open next Sunday, May mangrove snapper, sheopshead, wi
17, will again Include all Collier Jewflsh and pompano. Two prizes ;
County salt water and will have for earn species will be iwardud ,
twi separate division for local In each of the two division fr'

residents and visitors. All flab must be caught with .
Prizes will be awarded to winners rod and reel or cane pole using L 7A e
who have caught the largest livedoad or artificial bait Fish
fish of 10 different species must be weighed In at an
y and the Greater Naples Chamber official elation and entered on an
1- of Commerce has announced official entry blank.

then will be 18 official weigh. + fr1i
Ing station this season with four Anglers are caulllJrMld by cham. -
located In Naples.Weighing ber officials that any of the fol.
stations are as foU\ lowing arts may disqualify an vpi
lows M It M Marina Boat Ha entry (t) illegalport* fishing

ven, The Sporfipot and Naples Including ahootlng, harpooning,
Municipal Pier all of Naples; snatching, spearing snaring i .es 4 1 ,)
Bud Hogue's Gull Coast Fish seining, gaffing, gill netting ordynamiting -
Camp and Port O'Call, of North ; (2) a broken rod asa .... .. -
Naples; Isles of Capri Boat Ren., result of hooking fighting or LOVELY MAY QUEEN Susan DeLand, poses with her court at the Beach

tal; Drop Anchor Trailer Park landing a fish micas the flh- Club Hotel following the annual Mother's Day breakfast of St. Ann's

and Dock: Ship Ahoy The Tides erman land the fish unaided Name Society. Front from left: Sue Ellen Ward Queen Susan De
-, Holy
'after the rod break; (3)
Motel and the Idle Hour Fishing Sockaloskl
Bernard. On from top to bottom, Marcel
Camp, all i4 Goodland; Marco I competing angler receiving help Land and Betsy stops May Queen's
other or netting at bearer, Patty Kosendahl and Gail Gwaltney. The
Lodge, CI(>tal Landing and I than gaffing crown of
--. -- i no<* Hole of Marco;Big Cypresa I time of landing; (4) injury or gown was a white silk organza affair over taffeta set off by a garland
BOASTING a lake all its own the Naples Community Hospital may be Bend Camp on U.C. 41 between I mutilation of the nah between pink and white carnations nnd rose buds. /Her head piece was a pearl

unique in providing fishing facilities aa recovery therapy for patients, and State Roads 29 and 92 and the I hooking and presentation at stnduVd crown with shoulder-length veil. Missing when the photo was

a spot for busy nurses to relax a bit. Caught casting tin >r the railing Isle of Capri Fishing Lodge., weighing station i$)entering the taken was Jennifer Watkins, another attendant. McGrath photo)
'WS photo) eligible for prizes are I flab In another tourney.
Etzler. Specie
are: Ntutrs Niki Williams (I) and Dorothy


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. 2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday Mir 1Z. 1>64
Wirtz To Probe Cuba Imperils World

Red Aggression Must End Hoffa RecordsOn

I Legal Fees Peace.- Rusk Tells NATO

THE HAGUE: Netherlands forts to subvert the rest of t' ,

Labor Department prepared today Rusk warned the Western al. must be Isolated political
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THE HAGUE Netherlands curlty of the non-Communist to dig into Teamsters Union lies today that Cuba Is an ex. economically socially and SPIt
) U.S. Secretary of State world. financial records to find out how plosive problem presenting the Itually from the rest of tie!
Dean Rusk told the foreign mln.lst Rusk spoke at the opening of much the union has paid In legal danger of another world.shak. hemisphere he added.

I .rs of the North Atlantic the three-day spring meeting of expenses for its oft-Indicted Ing crisis.
Treaty Organization today that NATO's Council of Foreign Min president James R Hoffa. Rusk told the North Atlantic J
all Communist aggression must isters. The bitter Greek.Turklshdispute "We are going Into the various Treat Organization: (NATO) Health Service i

be eradicated to ensure the se. over Cyprus was ex. cases Involved," said a C juncll that the United States For
peeled to dominate the meeting, spokesman for Secretary of La Is determined to continue aerial Looking Clues

but Rusk was seeking support bor W Willard Wirtz, who an. reconnaissance of Cuba He declared To Mouth CancersThe
from the NATO Allies against nounced the unprecedented In. that any attempt by
UN Troops the Communists In South VietNam vestlgatton Monday. Prime Minister Fidel Castro to U.S. Public Health Ser

and for the American Assistant Secretary of Labor 1'e rr r interfere could create a severe vice has just approved a one-
trade embargo against Corn James J. Reynolds said the in. problem. year research project by Flor

munlst Cuba. vestlgatton may take at least He said he could see whereit ida's State Board of Healthto
Seal Roads Rusk said NATO's successful six weeks because of a maze of would be a serious matter reliability of
Investigate a
defense of the Atlantic community financial dealings between Hot. for the other side as will, and of
fa and his various lawyers In a simplified form detecting
"has somewhat deflected the pointed out a crisis could de.
Communist threat against Europe number of states. velop Into one as serious as the early cancer In the mouth.

On CyprusNICOSIA itself." While the Labor Departmenthas LiJi confrontation of October, 1962, The project will be under
"The Communists are con. conducted thousands of In. ,'y over Soviet missiles In Cuba. direction of Dr. Floyd H, DeCamp -
centrating their expansionist efforts vestlgatlons Into the alleged Improper The secretary was seeking! director of the board's

Cyprus (Al) on other areas of the use of union funds, a NATO support for the U.S. Bureau of Dental Health.
Irish troops of the U.N. peace world," he said "It Is essential source said the Hoffa case Is the trade embargo of the Commu. Dr. DeCamp said "CancerIn

force sealed elf the old walled that Communists every. first Involving the question of rw nisi Island, a customer of such the oral cavity comprises
Turkish area of Famagusta today where learn that they cannot expect legal fees. major American allies as Brit of all mali
about 4 cent
to prevent Greek Cypriot to gain from a policy of The Investigation under the r aln and France. per
revenge for the slaying of two mllltanry." 1959 Landrum-Grlffin labor I law, Opening the three-da spring gnant tumors. Of every five
and Rusk said the NATO Allies viewed another blow such patients two survive for
Greek army officers a i was as meeting of the NATO Council of
Greek Cypriot youth leader.A should not let success blind the: sorely beset Hoffa. He was Foreign Ministers, Rusk declared five years. Approximate)
U.N. spokesman said 10 them to current dangers. I recently sentenced to eight that all Communist aggression 6,000 deaths occur annually
Turkish Cypriots were reported "Certain of these dangers ]rears In prison on one federal must be eradicated to from oral cancer In the United

missing In the Famagusta area. seem to have diminished, but charge, a decision he Is appeal insure the security of this non. States and the cure rate does
Most of them were known to they can reappear suddenly and I ing, and he Is now on trial in Communist world. This appeared not exceed 30 per cent. In
been taken by without warning" he said. Chicago on a charge of misusing r. be reference to
have hostage ------- ----------- -- to a Florida approximately 25:;
Greek. after Monday's shooting Leading statesmen sought to I union funds. There are also FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH honors Mrs. Don Wynn as the "Mother of South Viet Nam as well as die each from this

In which a third Greek officer to bring NATO authority to bear I Increasing, signs of unrest the year," She is pictured here with her husband and their four boys and Cuba. persons of cancer" year
was wounded and a Turkish on the Greeks and Turks to submerge among his 1.7 million union presented to her in the Rusk described a crisis over type
little girl. A red leather New Testament was The research would be Inco'
Cypriot killed In the crossfire. their animosities for the Jll'mberl. Cuba as one for the whole West.
Outside the Turkish sector common good The would be The amount of Hoffa's legal Morning Worship Service Sunday. (Caples photo) ern world not Just for the Unit. operation with 180 private dentists

Famagusta, biggest and busiest conciliators hoped to arrange a expenses has been estimated by ed States. four oral surgeons and

port on Cyprus was virtuallyshut meeting between the Greek and I labor sources from hundreds of Wood Washington, he explained, 10 pathologists In a 16-county
down as a result of the Turkish foreign ministers, Stave t huusands of dollars up to $1 Cannon On could not tolerate Castro's ef. area of northeast Florida Including -

shooting which the Greek rOVe roe Kostopoulos and Firldun mill's n.Although. Rep. Authority Mrs. Doris Mae Wood 37 Jacksonville; and dentists

ernment denounced as "cold. Cemal Erkln.Kostopoulos. the Labor Depart wife of Robert W. Wood Naples In State Prison at Ral-
blooded Turkish murder." on his arrival nent can only Investigate and
Most Greek Cypriot dock from Athens told Rusk, Cana make public the amount of union building contractor died Defense ChiefIn ford the Northeast Florida
Law Dies last Naples and Chattahoo-
Parliamentary State Hospital
unexpectedly night
workers, fearing they might da's Paul Martin and others I funds paid to defend Hoffa
that Greece discus. t he the Community Hospital Ghee State HospitaL
come under fire from the near. opposes any probe might open way
by Turkish quarter stayed slon of Cyprus Inside NATO. I For: Individual Teamsters to sue WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. In 1911 Champ Clark, then She had been a resident of After the year's testing for

away from the waterfront. He was echoing the view of Cyprus union officers to recover the Cannon, D.Mo., peppery guard. speaker of the House persuad. Naples for the last 10 years, Saigon For cancer the results would be-

Turkish Cypriot dock workers President Makarlos, the J funds Ian of the VJS. pocketbook for ed him to come to the capitalas moving here from Jollet. 111., reviewed to modify the procedure
all stayed off the Job. Greek Cypriot leader. Already challenged by both decades, died today. He was 83. a clerk in the speaker's of. and made her home with her If necessary. Dr. DeCamp '

Fearful of an Influx of armed Erkin however, vowed that rank-and'ftle I Teamsters and the Dean of the House In years fice. family at 623 Coral Drive. She said if the Investigation
men, the U.N. set up he would bring the Cyprus Issue ,union's executive board on payment he had been in Congress since Cannon recalled not long ago was a member of the Naples Check On WarSAIGON proves Its worth It is hoped

roadblock on all approaches to before the council. He said Turkey I of the legal fl'ps. Hoffa 1922, a member of the Appro that "I wanted to see the Senior High Junior High and the service could be extend

both Greek and Turkish sectorsof had stood about all It could 'would be In serious financial priatlons Committee and chair wheels go around" for a few Lake Park Parent Teacher Associations Viet Nam (AP) ed to the remainder of the state.
Famagusta. from certain powers which I trouble if he were permanently man of the group since 1941 ex. weeks so he took the Job on a, Secretary of Defense Robert S. has
and the Yacht The area a
The wounded survivor of Mon.,. claimed to be allied but which 1 barred from tapping the union cept for the periods 1945.48 and temporary basis. Naples McNamara arrived In Saigon 16-county
day's shooting said he and his; he said had shown neither goodwill I treasury to pay his snowballing 1952-54 when the Republicans lie never went back to Missouri Club. today for a 35.hour visit and population of about 700.500;
three companions drove Into i, nor support lor the Turkish I legal expenses. were In control.In to stay and, one way of Besides her husband she Is plunged! Into a series of heavily the three Institutions 14.500.
the Turkish quarter by mistakeIn i Cypriot minority. Hoffa has agreed to stop us. that period he had presld. another, he has been personally survived by three daughters guarded conferences on the Part of the project would compare
civilian clothes but In I Besides Cyprus there were I Ing union funds to pay his legal ed over appropriation of more making the wheels go around Penny Susan and Sally and progress of the war In Viet the oral cancer rate between

Greek army car. several other breaches In Allied tees I[ at least temporarily until than a trillion dollars more ever since. two sons, Robert Junior and Nam.McNamara Inmates of the three Institutions

"We were on the way out; unity I II the union can get outside legal than any man In history. But William all at home; a bro- 'raced from one and patients of private '
when armed Turks stopped ut i Paul-Henri Spaak of Belgium I advice on the question. he was proudest of the billions ther John Thomas Segerberg; conference to another In Am. dentists.

and ordered us out of the car,"1'Intended to charge the French he had helped chop out of re. Refugees Flash a sister Mrs. Lois Johnson bassador Henry Cabot Lodge'scar The Investigation would Include

said Capt. Panaylotls Tan, with a policy of weakening the Getsg For quests. Rep. George Mahon, D. and her parents Mr. and Mrs. with flak Jackets piled on developing Information
soullls, 38. "Three Turks In unt..i alliance. Along with other dip. Tex., Is In line to succeed Can. Distress Signal the floor, on the seat and behind .
form and a civilian all armedwith I lomats here, Spaak has begun Death In non as chairman of the power. John Scgerberg. all of Joliet his back for protection material for patients; a step-
Speedy With MirrorMIAMI
submachine guns openedtire I referring to 15.naUon NATO as ful committee. Tiny 111. against Communist terrorist by.step procedure for participating

at us without giving us I i "the 14 and France" because of Electric Chair A* a parliamentarian It was (AP>-Slx Cuban refu. Rev. Richard T. Lambert, bullets, hand grenades and dentists on making
chance." President Charles de Gaulle's conceded Cannon was top man i gees told today how the Sun's rector of Trlnlty-by-the-Cove mines. smears; maintaining a file on
Tarsoullls said he was a ot)t: go-it-alone tactics. RAIFORD (AP) Emmett t, In the House. In fact he wrote i rays reflecting from a tiny mlr. Episcopal Church will conduct He was accompanied every. all smears submitted by pathologists -
armed. Clark Blake got his wish for' most of the rules "Cannon's i: ror signalled their distress to a a funeral service at 11 o'clock where by a motorcade of vehicles ; sending notices to dentists

However U.N. beadquartersill1it a I speedy death today when he waj 1 I Procedure of Rep.,, passing freighter A ,jwvcptu! > tomorrow morning In the chapel bristling with police anda regarding: ,suspectepoy,
believed all four men: , were armed and that evidence, ELIZABETHTOWN/ky. chair at the state prison/ bible. They were among 32 Cubans eral home Further servicesand ed Social) Fortes soldiers,their checks and
periodic coordination
gathered by Irish troops Indl* A gasoline transport truck He was followed in the chairby .And In the sometimes rowdy 1 fleeing their homeland In four Interment will be held In !guns at the ready ;
cated all had fired weapon., although spotted on the Kentucky Turnpike Sic Dawson, 44.year.old Negro .Democratic conventions over, small boats picked up off Flor. U.S. and Vietnamese securitywere among all participating
It was not started the shooting. "What Kind of Fuel Am I?" was convicted of a fatal beating'. Rayburn presided he was Ray., crops, scarcity of food and dls.i tation from 7 to 9 tonight at discovery of a plot on McNa. The project has the approvalof

Blake.- 34.- wrote Gov.. Farris 1 burn's strong right hand whenI i, satisfaction with the Fidel Cas. the Pittman Funeral Home. mara's life Viet Cong agents regional and state dental soc

Bryant asking him to 10he a I the procedural going got rough,, tro regime. were caught Saturday night try. ieties; the Florida Cancer
and sign the death warrant early Rayburn once said privately he i The six refugees who had Ing to mine a bridge the secretary Council the American Cancer
Buy It By Brand Name this year. didn't know where Cannon gall ot: been without food or water forI JohnsonJames was to cross.McNamara Society and directors of the
The condemned man fought ]1 all the precedents he cited, an I 10 days, sunburned and with on his arrival conferred three Institutions.
efforts of his brother, Dalt ono 1 had his doubts they really ex.> tares on their parched bodies, Paul Johnson was for two hours with
Blake of Montgomery Ala., isted except In Cannon's agile, were taken from the Sea Train found dead this morning In the Lodge. Then, after a quick

get the sentence reduced from 1 mind. But they helped RayburnI i Georgia, a merchant ship by hotel where he roomed at Im- lunch at Lodge's residence, he ---J. y.'re In

81AM capital punishment. keep conventions under control,> the Coast Guard and transferredto mokalee. Death was attributed began a series of conferenceswith good bonds withILSTATE
Emmett Blake was convict I Jackson Memorial Hospital In top UA military officials. '-
S ; Aides said Cannon had en. to natural causes. .
WEEKMAtAES of killing Johnny Beverly durinia
tered Washington Hospital Cen. Miami. Funeral arrangements are Here for his fifth visit since
robbery at Panama City. They were reported In fair the U.S. military buildup In
ter but said did
Monday they pending at the Richard A. Pin-
An accomplice James Teal Auto l Insurance
,,[ not know the reason for his condition. Funeral Home South Viet Nam began more }Fti
received a life term for second' entry. The men said they left Boca man than two years ago, McNamara

degree murder. Death occurred about 4 a.m. de Jaruco on the north coast of promised the United States will lie or phoneKerr

Warden DeWitt Sinclair of the I (EDT) the congressman's office Havana Province aboard a 23- provide "whatever Is requiredfor Croige
state prison said Blake com.' was advised.A foot boat on the night of May 1 Official Count however long it Is required." SEARS.NAPLESA

And Sunshine Hardware Is menled as he was placed In the peppery and agile figure with only enough food and water "During my brief stay here
death chain his and state for 24 hours. this time, we will review the .
despite slight wr
age Gives Faircloth :t :
Loaded with "Well, I'm not mad with any.'ure: -he was only a 140.pounder With them was Alfredn Eche. progress achieved along the
Brand Names
body. I hope none of an mendla 4T.c. Cowpanveor.CTlonemit
you -Cannon was dean of the Map 20, who was dead lines of the program laid out
mad with me." House In point of age at the when his mates were transferred High Slim Leads last March," he said as he arrived .Ii...an..aaw..e.... Kitchen The switch was pulled at 8:41 1 i I time of death. to the Coast Guard rescue vessel. by plane from Bonn,
Utensilsby am. and he was pronounce I Germany
dead at 8:49 by prison Dr. J, D,' He had been a member since Their engine broke down after TALLAHASSEE (AP)-Miami Air Force police checked all
1922 and was outranked In service -
ReverewareClub Simpson Sinclair reported. only six hours Mayor Robert King High and
at sea and they arrivals before McNamara land.
Carl Vlnson
only by Rep.
Earl Faircloth of Dade
Dawson convicted of Rep.
beating started
rowing against a strong ed and Inspected the VIP room
Roger Glenn to death with i east County continued to hold thin
Aluminum wind. where he stopped after
..Associates Id he had been getting
In their separate
hammer in Gadsden IrI860 leads today
County I One said they filtered sea off his plane.
active and apparently in top
was pronounced dead al t t water political races on the basis of
through their caps and Police reported that one of the
Ware health through last week, but
Corning returns
official first
9:18. lie made no statement'had complained Sunday of not shirts and used it only to rinse primary of Florida's three Viet Cong arrested for the
from all but three
feeling well. their mouths, but Echemendla plot leaped| from a second.floor
Small Presidential Pants Rep. George H. Mahon D swallowed It, saying It was not 67 counties. window at police headquarters
AppliancesBy bad for The standings will remain un.
James Madison U S. president Tex., shepherded a supplement him. official however until the can. Monday. The suspect, Nguyen
during the War of 1812, al appropriation bill through After five days, Echemendia Van Trol, landed on a Jeep
Sunbeam General Electric vasses, due by S p.m. today are
r vomiting and went Into a broke his leg and was taken
was the first American chiel[ the House Monday at Cannon's received by state officials from unconscious
coma. Coast
executive to all I request-a chore Cannon nor guardsmen tried to a hospital
wear pants; Duval, Escambla and Calhoun
Dominion Monarch his predecessors had wornknee I mally would have performedfor massage but he failed to counties. Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor

breeches. himself. respond. Using unofficial figures for chairman of the Joint Chiefs of

Presto Proctor these three counties. Secretary Staff, who arrived Monday told
reporters that visits by him
of State Tom Adams reported
Kitchen Helpers Rubbermaid $ ar that High led Sen. Scott Kellyof ,McNamara to be would frequent."Don't probably. contlnue -
Lakeland by 2,202 votes In the
Westclox race for the second berth in the be surprised If we are
Time Pieces back here
May 26 Democratic runoff ballot every couple of
months," he said.

G.E. Electric Clocks for Adams governor.said that Faircloth led At the Hague, U.S. Secretaryof
State Dean Rusk
Atty. Gen. James Kynes of Tal. was urging
Sunbeam Waxers & Polishers other members of the North At
Floor lahassee by 559 votes In the at. Untie Treaty
Organization to
torney general's race.
Skil! & Black & Decker These were two of the closest support against the South the Communistswith Vietnamesecause
races In Florida history and led
money, men or materials.But .
talk of
to widespread possible'
Power ToolsSherwinWilliams recounts. only West Germany, of
America's 14 NATO allies
r Last week, Kelly urged the was
& Rust-Oleum 1 State Canvassing Board to makea reported considering sending
some aid and that
recount of the ballots to de.
would be economic
Paints termine whether any mistakeshad
been made. But the board,

Dominion Hair Dryers 1 which Adorns heads ruled that It News From sales *
: did not have authority to ordera up 131%
Coleman Lanterns & Camp Stoves Only the courts could order County RecordsCHANCERY .

; ''' 'y\ tno the election officials In the 67
Schwinn Bicycles-Timex Watches counties to make a recheck of

their votes, the board said. DOCKET

Chemex Coffee Make It was expected to meet about
Gloria Nadine Nixon vs William -
noon Wednesday to certify the
official statewide canvass. Franklin Nixon..divorce
Neither Kelly nor Kynes has Son Gordon and Dorothy

f l1 said definitely what he would do Gordon -,, petition for adoption tvnaWind's

If he trails after the official Roland Lander F riser...pe
canvass Is certified.In titian for adoption.
DIIn'ilit 6ki pie.pricelless
HARDWARE the unofficial totals Mayor

711 Downtown Fifth Avenue, South Haydon Burns of Jacksonville MARRIAGES tkaa S sit. III.c..mt .1I.ls!
,. .
held a broad lead over High License application COLE 11& ,

REDEEM YOUR SUNSHINE J DRILL I FOR DEFENSE A rifle ...,el.. !I. d.monitr.t
GIFT S AMPS HERE In plate before the Chl.*t. National dtftni ministry .n Tuptl ''''0'.. Seme tn 203,078.Faircloth polled 469,638 to and Maria Guadalupe Centre- 680 T TAUJAU TRAIL, N.

thousand students ptrticiptttd |I" the rally hold' to mark Youth Day on the Island stronghold. Kyne. 469.07J. Immokalee. ,N"PU

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Many Visitors Tuesday, May IZ, 1981Jli COLLIER COUNTY NEWS j
ManyVidows, Orphans

Cypress Chapter, OES, Losing Out On Benefits r ocm/ Corner

Marks Melvin T. Dixon director uf i' i,'h child, $r> per month is
Friendship Night"Friendship the Department: uf Veterans icliltxl. The pension! for orphans 'Joy And Happiness Can Be Had'
Affairs, St. Petersburg, stated -$31 mOllth!) The beiipflt maybe
Night" was observed to be held at Everglades, Saturday a today that more than three years pi)able to the vl"teran'U'htld.
You old who cannot rest
at Cypress Chapter 238, May 16, at 10 aim after the law was pissed, man) ni children even though the girl,
I Order of the EasternStar.Thurs. Friendship officers serving vUJows and orphans of Win M War widow is not entitled to the pen In the place you call a neat;
i day at the Masonic Temple in were Worthy matron Martha D and the Korean Conflict vot.r. -ion I because she remarried or Because your mate it now a peat!
Pine Ridge. Hitting Fort Mjers; worthy ana are unaware of their eligibility her !Income or not worth excewta Could it be he w in quttt
; Mrs. Ethel Dob son, past grand patron Robert Bernstein Le. for pensions paid by the certain limits. For a blonde to be hit guest
matron Grand Chapter of high Acres; associate matron Veterans Administration Income from other sources And then rejoice in hit conquest
Florida was Introduced and seat. M.Y. lies, Everglades; assocla Before July I. I960 widows must not exceed $1,800 yearly
ed In the East M.nes., Everglades; as. and children uf WorM War D fur a widow and $3,000 annually How long will you remain a dope
Mrs M.G,11es, grand instruct sociate patron H. McClory or Korean Conflict veterllill*ere for a widow with a child orrhihl.ran. And with husband's rantings cope
tor ot District 16, and Mrs. U.cllle Punta Cords; secretary, Char. entitled to pension only If (lie do-, The Income limit for or. down slope *
Otts, chairman of O.E.S. lotte Predmore Everglades; ceased: had a service ronniMtcd phaiift U $1,800 early exclusiveof That slowly push you a
magazine for district 16, were treasurer, Harry Jenrlch Le. \. disability at the time of his, earned income Take some paper write a note
Introducted also. high Acres; conductress Alice death.peglnnlng on that ditethe The pension Is paid If the Telling him you'll soon elope
Mrs. Gertrude Gryphan Hill, Everglades; associate con.ductress. Public Law 86.211Congrenpro-. doceasrd veteran discharged That around his neck he twist a rope !
worthy matron and Bruce Jen. Thelma Stralman, vided pensions for the widows. under cmulitlons cither than dllo
kins worthy patron of Cypress Punta Gorda; chaplain Mary Nan rl \f and orphans of these veterans: honorable and hid 90 days or Don't you know it's very bad
Chapter 236, were Introduced and Ellis, Fort Myers marshall t on equal basis with the pensions,, more of service or was discharged To be unhappy always sad
seated In the East, Martha Watts,Cypress;organist o granted to World War I veter.. sooner foraserviceculte That many fights can drive you mad
Mrs. lies, district Instructor Julia Morris Lehigh Acres; an.' widows and orphans. It nw-twl disability. Quit taking insults from a cad !
announced a school Instruction Adah, Hazel Guyette, Lehigh Is no longer necessary for tilt That joy and happiness can be hadIs
Acres; Ruth ,Frances Herlovlch, veteran to have had a service If you want to remove the I..:>
Punta Gorda; Esther Stella connected disability quet from piece of brass, apply not a fable nor a fad.

Cheek, Cypress; Martha, Hilda The pension range from $2r lacquer thinner on s coarse Dy Adolph Kopen
BonitaNews Hancock Immokalee; Elects .'!", to $60 monthly for widows. rHOSPITALS cloth,
Doris Gandees,Cypress; warder r ,'iI.. "
Dale Westmorelandlrnmokalf't; 1 4

sentinel, Walter Brehm, Cypress Jt ,))1''.
I. .... 'Sonnet To May'
Visitors welcomed were: Alex
L ,. By RAE WEAR Butzke Milwaukee Wise.; Ethel ., GAVE May is a sonnet, filled with romance

Word was recelvedhereFri Dobson Arcadia; Lucille .. May is sweet seventeen at her first dance.
Grimes, Fort Myers; Hazel OUR FAMILY A GOOD
f I day May 8, that LeRoy Carroll Krieck Eagle River\Msc.;W.A. May is n zephyr playing a tune
had passed away that morn- Grimes Fort Myers; O.D. Dob. START IN LIFE May is two loxeis 'ncath the young moon.
Ing at 9 a.m. at his home In son, Arcadia; Johanna Joslin
Columbus Ohio at the age of Cleveland Ohio; Raymond Joslin May is a garden bursting with flowers,
64. He Is survived by his wife Cleveland Ohio; Helena Ru. i May is a will o'wisp, haunting the hours.
Edith and one daughter. bison. South Bend, Ind.; Herbert May is a bride to be, eager but shy,

Three brothers: Harvey A. Jenrlch Lehigh Acres; Harry SHIRLEY MAUREEN SANDERS May gives assurance love cannot die.
Carrell of Bonita Springs; and Jenrlch Lehlgh Acres; Maud
George and Clarence Carrell; Smith, Margaret Richardson Rudolph Mn\ is the noontide following dawn,

and a sister Mrs. Grace Har Thielman Lehigh Ac res;DThlelman Sanders Weed EngagementMr I., r h May is the sunset soon to be gone
s. .Laurel Spring.N.J: $
man, of Columbus and another Hazel Guyette Lehigh Acres; May is an age long, or only a day,

sister Mrs. Ethel Brannonof Elsie Werner,Omaha Neb.Mary; and Mrs. Ceola C. Sanders, Cochran Ga., May is the springtime Bid her to stay.
Akron. Ohio. Burial was at Harbach Lehlgh Acres; W.F.
the of their
announce engagement daughter Shirley Kathryn S Post
Columbus. The Harvey Car- Werner Omaha Neb.; Margaret
rolls left Immediately to attend Berna Lehlgh Acres; Victor Maureen to Terry K. Weed, son of Mr. and Mrs

the funeral and will return Berna, Lehlgh Acres; Julia Morris Roy C. Jones, Fort lauderdale.

shortly. East Moline, 111.; George Miss Sanders attended the Woman's College of Now 2 locations To Serve You
Mills, Betty Mills .Glastonbury
Conn; Irene Bernstein Robert Georgia and received her Masters Degree In music AS NAPLES SHOPPING CENTER
Bernstein Lehigh Acres; Ruth education from Nashville
Bride George Peabody College ,
Smith Indianapolis Ind.; Mae IN THE MOORINGSt
Rattray Lowell Ind. Tenn. She is presently employed with the Cullman J
Pact That Hubby non
Also Wllladean Serapln Helen City Schools, Cullman, Ala :: Ml MMT

Shall Be Boss Faye Ellis, Nancy Worklnger Mr Weed attended Manchester College, Indi. NATIONAL HOSPITAL WEEK
Mary Nan Ellis Martha Hitting,
BALTIMORE Md. (AP) A Fort Myers; Elsie Nugent, Hamilton ana, and received a Masters Degree from George -IW $fL.1STKW'IK
Pennsylvania couple was mar. N.J.; Sylvia Cobb Concord Peabody College. He is employed by the Collier MAY 10-16 1964
rled In suburban Towson after Mich.; Dale Westmoreland
agreeing In writing that the husband Hilda Hancock O.W. Hancock County school system in Naples.
would be the boss In the Immokalee; Dorothy Minx The wedding is planned for June 20 at the \ CliNk: HHOPIMNR CENTER MI J-WT

family. Kathryn Renshaw Thelma Etrat. First Baptist Church in Cochran, Ga. The couplewill
The three-page, notarized pre. man, Punta Gorda, Francine Her.
marital agreement was executedby lovich Punta Gorda Emily King reside in Florida.
William T. Metzger 30CampHill : Summerfleld Ohio; Gladys Ren. ,
Pa., and Theresa S. shaw, Punta Gorda; Charlotte
Balough 33, Harrisburg Pa., Predmore Everglades; Mildred
and filed with the Baltimore Bishop Lewlstown Pa.; Hazel 11 Everglades StudentsSit
County Circuit Court clerk last Griffin Immokalee;; M.G. lies,
week. Alice Hill Everglades; Pauline
The wife pledged to "love Wiggins Miami; Margaret Wal. WIN $25,0.0.0.
honor and obey". the husband In ters, Lehlgh Acres, Blanche Me. In At Juvenile CourtIn INPILLSBURY'S
the dominant 'role of directing Glory Chicago 111.; Henry Me.

major decisions affecting the Clory Chicago 111.; Mary Hoax, the audience at Monday's ago the emphasis of Juvenile
family welfare. Detroit Mich.Membera session of Juvenile Court were court Is on rehabilitation rather NATIONAL ALL-ELECTRIC
"In event of conflict" the present were:Helen 11 Everglades High School than punishment the Judge
Schreck Betty Brehm Virginia
agreement sald.It differ. ; and .--
freshmen said.
Taylor, Walter Brehm Minnie sophomores
ences are to be discussed for French Enid Neville, Gertrude members of the civics class A 15-year-old boy who entered -

plications their logical and and solutions emotional reached 1m. DeMers, Bruce Jenkins Grace taught by Jesse Browning a house and made off with BAKE-OFF
Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. RayChrlstortersen. After court was over Judge some valuable equipment was
and acted upon the final. authority '
with the husband... Minnie Bosley Richard M. Stanley addressedthe committed to the Okeechobee
Doris Gandees Frances Zaleskl students explaining the School for Doys. He had spent
. The bride agreed to assume Stella Cheek, Ethel Paul Lucille functions and Importance of some time there and since
responsibilities of "cooking Oils, Shtllle Lawhon, Euvla Saw the Juvenile court. Unlike the getting out he had made two
washing sewing and other yer Callle Storter Edna Cole,
criminal court which the In Juvenile Court.
county appearances
areas tending to contribute to a Marvin Cole, Doyle Morris Bll.
happy home life." The husband lie Williams Viola Stewart Mar. students had visited a few weeks This boy's 15-year-oldpart- This year, PillsTbury'a Date-Off finals win I bo
agreed to help when necessary tha Watts, Bessie Morris Helen < ner In the escapade also was
arid "the acts of earning an In. Harvard, Cleo Edwards Florence committed but the Judge withheld held at the Americana Hotel on Miami Bcadi __ _
come will so permit.1' Walker Mary King. FirstGraders'Registration the commitment and put Ita majestic Grand Ballroom will become _"'____

the boy on probation. "the world's largest all-electric kitchen"hough
A 10-year-old boy who appeared -
Set In court April 27 to the installation of 100 flamelcss

answer to charges of break- electric ranges and other electric appliances
r For TomorrowRegistration Ing and entering and burglary

was told to report to Juvenile This fc the first time that Floridaor
I for children In the
each week.
officer John Rogers
, Lake Park and Sea Gate school
other state in Dixie-has been
. Ills probation U to be more any
districts entering school for the
first time next fall, has been Informal than the usual rigid accorded the honor, Lct'u. prove that ---

cfa scheduled for tomorrow (Wed. probation for older Juvenile offenders Florida cooks are the best cooks!
nesday) between 1 and 2:30 p.m. .
Mrs. Estelle Little, principalat Judge Stanley made a pro r
Your favorite recipe can win! Cakes cookies!
Lake Park Elementary, an. mise with a 16-year-old boy
flounced registrations for both who caught a tarpon with a bread, main dishes, pie, or dessert
school will be held at the Luke gig In the State Road 29 canal.
Park School Children must tie -the choice in yours A simple recipe, easy to
"You that
promise me you'llgig
six years old on or before Jan. only garfish and other rough prepare, and baked in an electric oven can
I. 1965 to be eligible for
uary registration, Mrs. Little said. h, and If you don't I promise carry off the $25,000 grand prize. Send in

Parents are requested tobrlng you'll wind up In Jail,"the Judge yours! Anyone, age 12 or older, may enter.
I the child's birth certificate at the said.The
II I time of registration Children Judge gave a lecture In
II be registered should nut attend traffic safety to a 15-year-
I the session. old girl who was Involved In
a minor traffic accident. Her

w Real VacationFor restricted her driver's to drive license only dur-allows I Flameless Electric Ranges have been

The Molters ing daylight hours, but the accident -

occurred after sundown chosen for 15 consecutive
The Joseph Molter familyof so she was brought Into court. exclusively
Pine Ridge Extension have

t. just completed a 9-day vacation Pillsbury Bake-Offs. Used by 1500 finalists
--but with variations from Calls From Italy,
the typical family affair
\ The Molten have seven Gets Wrong Party during 12,000 hours of competition.
II r n children three boys and four SiDAUA Mo. (AP) WIU
n girls. Mr. and Mrs. Molter :I Ham D, Hill, new editor of the
took a trip to New Jersey but I SedalU Democrat received a with PERFECT PERFORMANCE.
the children didn't accompany telephone i call Mislay from
I them. They had a vacation all Rome, Italy. ses.el..1S. . . s..s see e s s. . s. . eel.
of their The caller Identified himself
own. In broken English as an old war $100,000 worth in Grand National Prizes
Mr. and Mrs. Molter visited :
buddy and began rattling off
ParsonsMr. Askew
a sister of Mr. Molter inIselln
Ihe I gird and hard times they 1st Grand Prize $25,000
NJ.. and his brother ,had during the war
and Mrs. Robert Ter- 1959 and received a Bachelor In Calif. NJ. Hill had a hard time cuttingIn $75,000 worth in additional prizes
rill Parsons of Palm River Degree In Electrical Engineer The three Molter boys Join- \ but finally told the callert'You
Estates and Timber Line Ing from the University Florida ed the family of Mr. and Mrs. <" must have the wrong
Ranch Dubols Wyoming, announce In Gainesville In April Robert DcVlUe. manager of 'I number because I wasn't In the
the engagement of theirdaughter. He was commissioned a second Puhllx Supermarket. The four Army in World War U."

Gall Parsons to Lt. lieutenant In the U.S. Army at Molter girls went to Fort My "But you are William lUll.Ifen't 'lick'
)'ou7" the caller insisted [LAST JP your Entry; Blank (with complete contest rules)
and for
Arthur Marlon Askew, in, son that time will report u. and spent the nine days
of Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Askew n duty to Fort Gordon In Georgiaon with the parents of Mrs. Mol- I three"Yes other but there William are Hills at least InSed.dla. at tour favorite grocery store.

of Naples. Since May 18.her graduation from ter The Mr.Molten and Mrs.describe Hlmschoot.the New :I,I how many, and others heaven In only the United know CHANCE I! ENTRIES: CLOSE MAY 31, 1964

Before! graduating from Naples Naples High School. Miss Par Jersey trip U "wonderfuL" i State*."
High School fa 1982. Miss sons has served as social This was made especially true "Oli" $n ) 4

Parsons attended the Bishops director and life guard In the because of"beautiful weather" Thus ended a long long-dls. -t/w e kotilar". tft-f l.ameless.cKitn! .!!. I
School In La Jolla. Calif. and Naples Recreation Department.She they encountered, weather I lance call.
Rowland Han School for Girls Is currently employed at which followed a severe win .. ,,., *. TOO 'r.

In Salt Lake City Utah the Dor-Len Shop.A ter In the area. The children Keep that cheddar chases In
Lt. Askew raduate of November wedding Is plan agreed with the parents "the the .1I1.n.cor; fre.ierlof|' COMPANYra .

Naples High School class of fled vacation was wonderful". t likely lo make It 'rumbl .....ra IUIID rkonfoA _


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.c.....ul........__._l .P..n.>* News Analyst

NATO suffered an Intern, j
MAY 12, 1964 1 M
WASHINGTON (AP) NATO, convulsion In 1956 when Brit:. "nand

I >j rv born in peril, quivers in com. France, without telling
Imagine Not Having A Hospital Here tort. partners, invaded Egypt. T- .'
The foreign ministers of the 15 Russians jolted the West, ,,'
Not too many Collier Countlans) can 53.3% of the operating budget against member nation of the North At- good, by warning they would > '

remember when there was no Naples a national figure of 67% in 1962, the Untie Treaty Organltatlon meet Britain with missiles, althcu-h,
rl at the Hague today to discuss no one was sure the Soviet ,v
Community Hospital, because about two- most recent year for which complete +l Crw their problems, of which they Ion had missiles then.

thirds of the county's population has statistics are available. have plenty, and mostly of their The United States turned
own doing. Britain and France, told the n\
come here since the hospital was built. (3)) On a national basis patient care The have splits Just at a time to quit In Egypt. They did.

The drive to raise money to builda now averages $36.83 per day, whereas when-because the Soviet Union On May 31, 1958, De Cau ile

hospital started in 1954, but the edificewas just 10 years ago it was $18.35 per day. la occupied by Its split with\ Red returned to power as premier
China-thej might be solidify. and within a month began\ not completed until 1956. Priorto The cost of patient care at NCH duringthe log themselves for the tulu e. mantling the unity of NATO by

that time, Collier Countians in needof first six months of the current year But NATO has had an uneasy telling the United States Frre-

hospitalization had to be sent eitherto was $34.67 per day. On a 24-hour basis, hlstorn fright created tormented It and by, would make its own nucleic
when It wasn't weapons.
Fort Myers or Miami. Those unfortunate that amounts to about $1,45 an hour. problems from the outside, It Then he had a new Idea that

souls who had to make either of ((4)) A bright spot in the local pictureis \ # manufactured them from the In. the United States, Britain and
Indeed when the that improved methods of treatment \ side France should be the bosses of
these trips were glad 1. ,"xi = Scared by the fear of Soviet NATO. The idea was a "dl.
long, rough ride was over.It and new drugs have made the average 4 power after the Communiststook rectorate." The United States

took long hours of toil and sweatto stay of a patient much shorter. At NCH over Czechoslovakia-Britain wouldn't buy It, saying this
Frame, Belgium, the Netherlands would mean less participationfor
raise money for construction of the the average patient stays 5.8 days. and Luxembourg formedan the smaller countries.He .

hospital but it was a proud day whenit ((5)) A 14 bed addition to NCH was alliance for mutual defense. went on from there until\

opened and patients were admitted. opened last winter, which brings the They wanted the United StatesIn now, as president, with dreamsof
rr too. a tremendous France, he talks
Local residents felt a new sense of security number of available beds to 62. Con- That was In March; 1948, three in terms of a Europe of "father.

If a sudden illness struck at any struction of the Tower and T-Wing is months before Stalin tiled to lands," a loose association of
grab Berlin with a blockade It fully sovereign stales as Inde.
scheduled late this which
to begin
time of the day or night year
took the-United States a year to pendent of the United States as
pital care was only minutes away. will mean that by 1966 there will be smash the blockade with an air possible.

Today, Naples Community Hospitalis available 112 beds. Cost of constructionwill r lift. By then this country had decided Meanwhile, two other NATO
to cast its lot with Europe. partners have developed bitter.
taken for granted by a large segmentof come from last Spring's "Space" NATO was formed April 4, ness to each other, Greece and

local residents. They know nothingof program campaign, which is nearing the 1949. The United States had a Turkey, over the fighting In

the hard work that went into makinga $1,700,000 mark all of which comes marvelous protective umbrella Cyprus. Secretary of State Dean
over Western Europe then because Rusk opposes the "fatherlands"Idea
long-time local dream into a reality. from voluntary, Individual contributions.It It alone had the atomic Insists on "Atlantic paru

John Bryam, former New York Times is not difficult to Imagine what bomb. neibhlp."
the with would have been this area's fate had This meant the Allies'\ ground It Is against this background
writer, has provided paper :;fI1I.llli.h.. ". )troops could hold off a Soviet at. that the foreign ministers meet,
several interesting facts about the hospital not Naples Community Hospital been .. .. tack, If it came, until American consumed with their own splitsat

) which we believe readers will find built. It is seriously doubted that the planes( went to work with the the very moment when theCommunibt p
'bombs world is
both informative and interesting. current growth and progress would have Today 't "thE) ltr'I -! This kind of thinking had to split. I II
rQlt t .
((1)I ) Naples Community Hospital is been possible or that developments at .. ,: : _".11'- !'be altered for by August 1953,

the only hospital in an area about as Marco Island and Golden Gate Estates WashingtonBy ----- 'the United both States had nuclear and the tx SovietUnion ,"-*:'*. I PET DOCTOR I !
either In or on
The our own yards
large as the State of Delaware. Becauseof would have been undertaken.As BARKING DOGS a leash. But ground troops were still BT A. W. Meller.O.V.M., i

this, and particularly because of the a matter of fact just imagine ASSOCIATEDPRESS Mrs. James McKejma needed.
It was agreed NATO
migrant workers' problem around Im- if you can what the area would belike Editor.In reference Collier to County Newt (A dog owner who have 50 divisions for defense. (
your report
mokalee, unusual burdens are often WITHOUT Naples Community Hos- WASHINGTON (AP)-In thenews on the complaints of residentsof keeps her dog at home) But the United States was the I

placed on it. (No patient has ever been pital. Would you have considered making HEALTH from Washington CARE: 1'118 House Brooks Ids about the barking Brookside Village only fully member to Its which commitments.ever livedup

turned away from the hospital no your home here? Believe you us, a Ways and Means Committee abelieved dogs 1 would like to add my NATO didn't really get going \

matter their color creed or ability to great many present residents would not to be still predomUBantlr comments on this matter. WE'LL GET EVEN on a defense force until the I
opposed to the adialnU First of all, my compll- Editor Collier County News Communists began the Korean
pay.) have moved here. ration's plan for health car menu to Mrs. Clawson who Have you heard of the revolting War In 1950 and Gen. Dwight D.
((2)) Hospital operating costs over the Because our excellent hospital is one for the aged, despite President sparked! the petition campaign.Not -I mean revolving Repub Eisenhower was made com- !

country have doubled in the past decade of the area's finest and most importantassets Joiuuoo's) two appeal for tt last only are barking dogs a licans' They act like a revolving mander.
week. nuisance at night but the fact When But the desire of the Allies to
door. the time
largely because of necessary increases in and because many of us some It Is considered likely the that people feel free to allow for the primaries arrives relax their vigilance If war
personnel salaries, the need for new times take it for granted it would be committee will offer Instead a their animals to run loose day their Republican registration theychange didn't seem too likely they could

equipment and techniques of treatment, well to give some thought to in import- federal revamping program ot the existing 01 financing state AND night Is a deplorable situation for the Democrat vote on save armaments money by-showed not spending up ear.It .

and additional services. At Naples Com- ance during National Hospital Week, for health care for low-Income In an otherwise very for their Democrat friends and ly, as early as September 19riO.
Hospital the payroll accounts for May 1016. elderly persons.XARJCFmG. pleasant and friendly community change back to Republican after At that time It seemed the .sees
munity : : Legislation to In which to live. Thereare the primaries are over. Korean war might be over soon. i
stabllsfc a national commission times when there are veritable I encountered a number of President Harry S. Truman had Q. Whcnwegotobvyodog,
on food marketing was approved "packs" of dogs collected such while telephoning registrants to warn NATO that the greatest how do we know rf h. Is healthy? i
Monday by \the House one's lawn In the before danger to the West would be In
on or May 5. My suspicion Bradford Lucli, Wothinglan Pa. !
Qthe ,s, say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Agrtculiar Committee. .street. There have been In- of a wily.plot was con- ever letting down Its guard '. ..
s.L :'. ne' ooi mission, recommend! :stances of people being bitten firmed when County RegistrarEdna Even In those early years, although A Whn b ln"R1p.r"I": :; don, of :
f4 ty President J.noo, would he was then In retirement any other livtitodi *omin Nioonnnal
snarled at. Santa told that
stodj price changes, marketing or me over Gen. Charles de Gaulle pours.If. So. t It il cloan and living In
procedores and the relationship Most towns and villages have 30 Republicans had switched fore for disunity. lie .
was a clean quartern. look lor bright tyti,0
between farmers and food pro. ordinances which prohibit dogs Just before May 5. "There complained the Identity of bushy loll and loll of energy In a dog
from roaming free even if they weren't Republicans to vote be lost In
cesaors. any French troops would Sub the ..II., lor pcrmliiion to hov.
MONEY licensed and have their for" she said. of NATO.
BILU The House are the combined armies the dog mamlnd by 0 veterinarian
has sent to the Senate a $1,264,. shots. Why then. In this sub- Why should we let the Demo- By 1953, with Stalin gone, the or I to give' you. hoolth "rld"ot."o." .
911,68) deficiency appropriations tropical community where the cries get away with the WHOLE Soviet Union began to propagandlz a vrinarian. holed yourttll by itt-
bill, more than half ot it Intense heat is more likely BAG of' tricks? We'll get even the West about Its ling a period ol time in which you con
to cover military pay Increases to make these animals cross though come November.One peaceful Intentions. Secretary of mornhe/ dog II It should become ndiThr .
J voted last year. ., Slat John Foster Dulles had to I
and temperamental, has the dVeaiM ,
gullible Republican woman wrioul toning
f are many
fl yy The money Is for use during warn the NATO members not too
passage of such an ordinance\ confessed--: ; agreed t which hav an Incubation period
the balance of the fiscal year let themselves be weakened by
ending June 30. been neglected'? Not only is this the change (note that word this. and symptoms may not Chow up Immediately .

The military pay raises accounted detrimental to property and "agreed")) because I wantedto .
for $807.6 million. Also property owners who do not necessarily vote for a school board can
& Included : million like having dogs congregate didate." Then she bridled with .
was $159.6 for .
'At .( ":...:: ,;..:.:; ,: : !tX.i1
public assistance grants to on their property, but self Justification "It Is so :
1 e III states and $13.8 million for ad. it can very possibly be a men- Important toour children.," Her M
ministration of the' 1963 Feed ace to the children who play voice grew apologetic: Til -
Grain Act. outdoors. change back In the fall.

As your report stated, the Lady It will be too late
authorities are powerless to then for you to vote In the crucial -
TV or Not TV take definite action In this sit May 26 primary that win
0 Remarks
A Long Beach, Calif., man uation. Therefore, It Is up determine whether yourchild-( .
was called into the police to us, the people, to take action fen and all Florida Republicans
_. ......
station for questioning in the ourselves Either we must will live for four more years -- ,
theft of several televisionsets see that an ordinance to prohibit under boss rule. : ----
in his neighborhood. lie dogs roaming at will Is "Now Is the time for all A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTSA
was cleared and allowed to( passed or as a matter of respect good men to come to the aid
with belttr leave, but returned promptly for our neighbors and our of the A
"Ptacel, wonderful safety teat -his party. supreme + letter from our moat distant
television set had been
community, we keep our dogs effort Is being made to oust
taken. G. Harold Alexander the GOP subscriber, Ray Christian in Teheran,

........ ..... boss for 34 years. To do thisit Iran, indicates he and his family are
L"-: will be necessary to vote in process of moving. Said hold his
mf m1ff ;
r.M'I'k for Congressman William C. paper until he sent a new mailing ad-

Candy Firms May Head West AKIN SAP .SAW Cramer Committeeman as Republican, for National Frances -- dress. Hope the Christians are head-

i sat RENO TRACHEA Salmon as Republican National ing back this way.

I TEAM. RETIAkY Committeewoman and

\CROSS :l9. n."rhn.alldI SPRI TES.f..VA. for the slate of delegates to + Bert Pinkston, our city's emi-
SUGAR SWEET, BUT NOT AT PRICES HERE Su duck n.: (users .. NOW .. I ITS the convention headed by Cra nent tax assessor, dropped in yesterday -
7 (Dishonor ::5:1.: 1"lltlll1l. ASHAMED (AOL mer and pledged to Barry Gold- with
are fighting for survi support this high price of sugarIn : Fruit [) UAL.DEMONRV water. proof positive that we are

Kent uK!. "Sugar prices the northeast then lo.lItlL"WI 1:5.: '\1'1'11' ::5 f.Oltlllollt.itch'sdrink ARN .. LED .. Those who prefer to vote for not fibbing about Miss Lillie the

are much higher than In will then have to decideIf hOllltI GAT DETEkc.LKEPotT the "status quo" and the un- rainmaker.

midwest. They are going we. are going to try and sur- I 14.U. Seal genus :35.3T.1'ignn Jap verse TIER I pledged slate will be voting for Bert's mother saved a copy of

us Were Interested In vivi here, move or go out of 16. rrtlb'ltr through J8. bluwsderIT. pea ARENOSE KOLA more stagnation and the boss The Lake Wales News which had this

some competition In the business entirely" Simple 41. Solitary! PYR A D.A TITS system. NOT the two party sys note under its "25 Years Ago" col-

On. If the moil disturbing sugar 43. ;tropical; $;,OLUTION Or YISTIIDAY'i PUZZLIm E I tem. Carrie Dell umn.
19. Guided .inset, tree ---
Buy things about the current tee'Irneey 20. Transform genus >\vI \ Naples, Fla.COLLIER "Miss Lillie Stoate of Oxford,
serardiif U let Is .... HUnch
22. Never. 45.'Illuk I 1. \Dmil Mississippi boarded
6. Seaboard
said that t last his the support being gives refU- Ridicule.
year German .6. RUII. nutk ShcrpfoM
) brought In carloads etc by Cbngrestmai" Theme 2..I'erfum. ides 3. Ceil.Hradlry. colloq !II.A :.' i train at West Lake Wales after successfully -
p, ''tl," O'Neil Jr 27 Nut I n. Rtlldu\uu. 7 King 'breaking the
; from as far away' as topper dry spells'at
ton and with transporta\ "We don't think that Congreuman burrower .8. Composed 4. Orienloillule 8. Reckoning COUNTY Sebring, Orlando and Frostproof
O'Neill has the interests Additions. NEWS 'by
charges figured In, the of the total community I l I J i. S b 7 r. e Ir eId 10. Shabbier MICHAEL CHANCE, EIII'-ubllthr spending a month sitting by area
\ was still below that of in mind." U Stumble THOMAS HATER Awocl.t Editor, until the rains came. "
refineries in Chartotown. / IJ 18 Lamprey MARSHALL WYATT Ado. M.II."., Shortly "after the rains came"it
; Ten f One 20: Chalice. ALBERT OPOLKA. Mch. Supt. looked like
o IS they were
.a,0'w. don't tare where we buy DAVID HERMANSON. Or* Director going to
I1 II SteadfastOilier MRS. LOUISE DAUB. have to
Oftic Mar get Miss Lillie
We bare M axe U out there H. back to stop
iiigar. Kent pointed are If I t tech PETER SHUTTS. CI.Hifid, Mr.Publll .
/ who the reftiers. We some 10.000 people employed In I-- U Camel! hair >*d dotty wctpt Monday the gullywashers that were about to

Ilk. I t. buy I Ia the Mrth. the confectionery Industry in II 1I asZf H.fabric Uniform the and Collie Saturday County, In the PuDI*nrnoon Io nin C*by, wash away the whole darn countryside.Man .
the Greater Boston area and Inc. net Twelfth l Avenue. South N..
After all this U ear major only 1,000 at the two refineries If r. 11 2t 26 Rhetoric DIM, Fla.. U4 Mill address P. O. it was a caution.
ires." 28 And not KOK U7TMephon./.
"At a meeting with Mr IT---- ; IJJ 10 terminate 111.11' HI07 for en.
said that at one point last O'Neill. he asked why we are J4 Valleys .per1monlll. . + It took the Monroe County Canvassing -

\ New England users were now registering protests, when ? n s. 16 rennet!: I'.!. Bubxrlptlen Rote. Board 38 straight hours of
the beet matter has. been IT7 38 Cars .y carrier er mall payabl In hard
more than Is cents a sugar JS ,. JT 51 rJ'4T paw ..IIC'. work to tabulate the absentee
for cane sugar while going on for some time. (4 1 39 So lit It one Year SIS Six Month I7JO, ballots from the first
nudwestern competitor 40 Contemptible ThrM Month |3.71. primary. A
I paying only nine cent*; for "Th. answer to this U that 41 tl Member which rt
recently .etitla to till
until beet waa cluiv4y
sugar, sugar ... 41 Norwegian UM for npubilection of all tool Truman, who will go down in history
made available la New England county news "_ pmt.d! III ."'. ,._ a
I the present administra we had no Interest ta It," 4-- 4 42. Masticate will a. all..AP news dnpetca.a.Enta.d as one top-flight President of the
and Congress sees fit to hesatd.NIIAIO 44 Vehicle M. Pas ONa wcend at N.patondo cl... matter at, United States. Just you wait and

. THI IOSTON NIOAT. MAT I. ".. Par Susie 20 mm. ** _",- tinter' Act .t Clarets I, Intr. see Buster


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Sweet :

Unseen Efforts Of Auxiliary Exchange, MeetingTwo For Arrp rr:: .. : +r'4*ia naet I

representatives of the
Help Hospital
Naples Exchange Club will attend '

the 42nd annual convene Notes

$19,000 was raised during the tion of the Florida State Exchange -
these activi- this .....a:: .tlmutassastenenetlaalas/. -
current year by Clubs, meeting
To some In this
persons Duo to a flurry of traffic tw Comanche, counted six to and
14-15 at the Carillon
neighborhood It must Seem that ties.But year, May from Miami Internationalone.
the 310 ladles In coral Hotel In Miami Desch. tween Naples and Miami last
the Naples Community Hospital who week the airport notes were not to Cpa Locka and ono tntt) WC .1
uniforms comprisethe the
pink Official delegates are
Auxiliary Is exclusively In written. So, to bring you up to Palm Beach.A .
auxiliary also perform a / M. local club president, G. Vernon
the business of raising date well Include two weeks of -
for the hospital.The money variety of less publicized In- Sweet, and the club secretary happenings at your local alriurt. new pilot emil, ,...1 f-a

auxiliary annually sponsors hospital services which require Glenn B. Sennett. Walter D, For the period beginning April plea Airline Is Jim Oi I a, Jim

a number of popular and between 1,000 and 1.2ull volun- Loughridge of Jacksonville, Is 27 through May 10 a total of 184 holds many llrensi tr,. [oiling

lucrative events which have become teer hours per month. With- .:::'t state Exchange president. passengers were down betw..nNdplea Multl.Engine, Instnimcnt, and
Institutions out their help the hospital would ....: .., Jefferson D. Dickey, of Dal- and Miami, toppingthutot Flight Instructors i r n t\i I"> ..Jim 13
Naples and
not function as smoothly and efficiently las, the national president will 129 during the same period last now flying In the Mumi area.

are highly publicized. The ma- as It does, nor would ,t.: r .::'I- I ...._"" .. be the principal speaker year Since one of our II.passenger Its that time of thf .par again
jor one Is the White ElephantSale. ambiance be Lockheed and our twin. The equipment and pilots' reran
Its as pleasantfor ,
Altogether more than t : \ s: engine Apache are In shop getting their northward journot to' :ape
the gIAIP" .
patients. .. Cod Last week c'ipt. Mark Bell
new paint designs, engineoverhaula
In connection with the cur- \. "; Annual Chamber and custom Interiors us and Capt. Dour llopin left for

Florida Wing rent observance of National ..4:" we had to lease a 9.passenger the Cape to be*,I n the seasonal

Hospital Week Mrs. A. Rollin -oy,_.fS' <<. 28 Twin Beech' to meet the unex operation| from Provlnretown to

Gets Top Grade Staley auxiliary president, ,.., -- : Meeting May I petted off season demand Sunday Boston

points out some of the services >' ,. .. May 10, proved to be the big Those rldlnr! Naples.Miami

For Search Skills which the organization renders. ::!) \: ;* :( 11"" ........ ...' ."i!' ''. At Beach ClubThe jest diy of last week's traffic last week Included Mr. oral: Mrs.

ORLANDO AFB. More men Not all of them may be knownto 'I.:111111" .\, ................ .. ...""" \"V .:).$,......' ... ...J).. ."" ............ ".>t.' i.J;; when 14 passengers! boarded our John Martin .'>.F. Br Mr.
1.000 Civil Air Patrol cadets, those Neapolitans who are i* *' ... -- annual meeting of the I noon light for Miami and Mrs. C. Fltkln, Mr :d Mrs.L. .

senior members and emergency In good health and whose con- SHARPENING UP for the second monthly tournament scheduled by the members of the Gre.1terNarles Charters most of which were Marten and Mrs J.G.Eample.:

service pilots drew high nection with the hospital confined Greater Naples Golf Association at Big Cypress, Sunday May 17, are John Chamber of Commerce will beheld down in the 1IIII'I'dy.| I"orts.llke ___n' _

occasional visit to drive Jimmy DeVogt (I) and George Thursday. May '-B, at 7 -
praise from United States Air to an Riley (r), all set for a booming as
Force and CAP evaluating officers a less fortunate friend. O'Giccn nwait their turn on the tee. The tournament starts Sunday at 8 p.m., at the Peach Club l Intel. Peter Sellers

In the annual air and Auxiliary members staff the (NEWS photo) Guest speaker will be Dr, CrossSuitAgainst
ground search and rescue train- reception desks In the lobby and George F, Daughman, distinguished -

Ing missions this past weekend. at the emergency, entrance, young president of New Studio

A total of 521 seniors and They also handle the telephone College atSarasota. Dr.DaitRh-!:
Slam-Bang Way LOS ANGCLIS\ ; lAP Actor
468 cadets proved highly efficient switchboard seven days a week man -who keynoted last
Florida Voter Sellers anti l his wife, unit
In all phases of search from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. meeting of the Eklund, have answered $.5-!

and rescue, first aid, communications The Hospitality Shop, a pop- State Chamber which was also millionnit against them by

and evacuation as they ular rendezvous Is operatedby To Duplicate TriumphBY addressed by the late President Twentieth entury-Fox by suing el, ---

successfully located simula- the auxiliary from 9 a.m. Kennedy-Is a native of Florida Fox for more than twice as

ted aircraft wreckage and to 8 p.rn. weekdays, and from should have sneak. who has won honors In the fieldof much.
I Harry Dauers
brought In "crash victims" to 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays. C.J. McMURRY Beating the at 132 170."t average was by the a i sd one and a half points to make education throughout the United Fox sued Miss Llluitd for al.
Its members expeclally thoseof large margin States and has now return- legtvl breath\ of contract and
Three mission bases, evalua- ,
"I'se resultedl"excl.aJ.med! team of Ed La Cagnln CarterHarrah I in average game
Service No, 2, also it's ed "home" to undertake one of Sellers for allegedly Inducing
League screwy
tors said. She 646 Need any proof a
maid of many years ago. percentage score. .
the breith The studio coin.plainiHl John W. Gray
Also alerted Friday were 81 supply baked goods for the Hospitality had been accused by a girl friendof Miss Lillian Bissell.Mra.Nellie I tame? the most challenging opportunities that she refused to con.tlnuo .

associated emergency service Shop. seeing too much of the girl Bridge placed 158.V4 and Bruce La* at North outh with only, anywhere... the creationof her ruhlln the Urn, "Gum Agent

pilots and plane owners who took friend's gentleman friend. Pos Boynton.tuart Koshers showed at I tour out i* 13 teams above average a new,four-year literal am of Batas!' Naples, .
HELP HEAD NURSEA feelings should have 158. For the uninitiated racing; i I while East-West had seven college which can rank as the
part In the Saturday exercises sibly, my Sellers and his wife filed I Ilea binnSuperior d..iMn.'Hd
under the direct command of new group, auxiliary hose been somewhat similar about a parlance that Is second and 'out of 14 above the enthrallingdividing Oxford of America. cross.1'Dinplaint Mondty asklnf
works six a week anent the article on line Look further tats Agenttoe
Colonel S. Hillock duPont Jr. tessess, days remark third, respectively. The meeting, featuring a for $2 million d,images and ai
Florida CAP Commanderand from 9 a.m. to noon. They last week's Naples Duplicate Mrs. June liaschka.Mra.Harry 'I Ir the below average teams had prime rib dinner, will Includethe addition $2 million in punitive hit outstanding

Wing assist In patient discharge and Bridge Club game. It happened leer regret not making another I masterful struggles for po*'- annualColllerCountyNCWS dlllugt's on the grounds the. lift Insurance ivrvli
mission commander at Or- other duties directed by the at that nice cocktail party half point to tie for third; Mrs. I lions; there was a difference o( Citizen Award, reports Fox's null constituted malicloui
lando AFB.A non fifth I only 25. points total among the it 5Ie 'ressnl.tivstor
the Ho. Louis
last Wednesday by Berta Turner
A hospitality given and abuse
nurse In charge. on the past year and plans prosa'ndlun of lega
total of 231 rated I nine pairs.
pilots ward Strongs The lady asserted at 153.1/1; Mrs. Wallace Mc-
can delivers mall and no- with 7 teams below for the coming year, and Intro- prixoufc.Sellers. STATE FARM LIFE
flew 128 aircraft on 384 search 1 must have swallowed a dictionary Cune Mrs. William Franklin East.West also, said he sufferndamage
sorties In locating wreckageand tions to patients from 10 a.m. On full consideration, per sixth at 150.8. Mr. and Mrs average, therewasadlHerenceof duction of new officers. to his health and INIUMANCI COMPANYGeo.
victim's parachutes at Naples to noon five days a week. AS haps she Is quite justifiedIn Earle Davies seventh-146. The 49 points Percentage wise, tho Tickets will be available rej'utallon
of ox's
Bartow and Ocala Municipal needed, the can operators also that there is so little dif. picture became quite radical, shortly from any chamber as a rPuult mill W. ThomasGOT
assist In the of patients North- lAllh difference 89 percentage
feeding Terence between the quantities director or from the office
Cadets and Manager
seniors Agency
conducted ground search The Auxiliary's Library Com involved In a full meal versus Meadors Guest points; East.West 185! Chamber members and their

mittee sees that patients are frequent nibbling. ditto. wives (or husbands) are Invitedto fMlLUFF
crews and were equally suc- of those who
Guests Plenty
supplied with books and magazines Jack Paar must be blamed for attend this Important Chamber nAil fUll
had been with before during
ceufullncompletlngthelrmlsslons. and packages magazines this. A week or so ago, he In. Speaker For
this one couple claimedthey event
suitable for the mental health troauced a group ot singers by &
Particularly Impressive to that had, but the evidence from CMC INC.
asserting they were
patients at Arcadia. Local Exchange the records la "again" thorn so Highest US.
the USAF evaluation team led "serendipity", What a tizzy ; INIUUNC,
Behind the scenes a sewing salute and salutations to Mr. and In the United Trucks Parts
by Colonel Orren H.Lane.Chief that put me In especially when Highest point
Southeastern Region Liaison committee makes and repairs I found that my 125,000 word dictionary :. Lovell C, Meadors Jr., local Mrs Earle Davies. "Ex ae quo'I States east of the Rocky -Service -

Officer was the efficiency of hospital linens During the was not sufficiently en. Jeweler, addressed the Exchange et bo no" Mountains Is Barney Peak, TEMPORARY lUll ,u. tare
year It turned out 591 new articles compassing. But Collier County Club meeting at the Beach Club Come ye next Friday to the I with an elevation of 7,242 INsvsaact testis,
communications demonstratedby
71 mobile radio units and and mended 932 of thoseIn Librarian June Ilaschka came to last night.His subject was"Gems Woman's Club by 7:30 p.m. and I feet, In the Black Hills of LOCATION Nor sear Ss..a..a.,. Its

use. It works two daysa the rescue and her tome clarU and Precious Stones." have a delightful visit and game South Dakota according to 421 Ninth St., N.
,. ,
nine fixed base radio stations. ,
dtamodshepednled with the Naples Duplicate Bridge
week, plus extra time as acquired led the spelling but rendered obtuse Concerning the Britannica
First aid, briefing and debrief- the meaning.Her out that synthetic diamondsare Club.

ing, decontaminationflight line It Is estimated that, from a dictionary\ defines the word being made but they are not'-

and Interrogation crews drew the hours as "an assumed gift for finding perfect diamonds of clear color. id
similar lavish praise from mis- monetary valuable or agreeable things not Thorpf.,*the> hew of the synthetic I,.n. .
donated during the past year diamond is' Industrial bnl)'. I '
Slort coordinator, Lf. Col. sought'for", Perhaps now 1 am
Richard Lockman Ocala. through all these volunteer Inclined to do some seeking but Even In Africa where thousands
services represented $42,600 tweren't always so. of tons of earth are dug dally
The Naples squadron par- to the hospital. That Is what the great majority ot the stones

ticipated In the training mission paid workers would have received found are used In Industry ho

at the local mission head for the tasks TOP NOTCHERS said
quarters This CAP squadron performing Certainly the reverse of that Just because a perfect stone 01 a wR

meets each Tuesday,8 p.m., done by the auxiliary. definition was true with the game one carat Is worth $1200 a six A

at the airport. For more Information The general membership of George and Doris Smith last carat stone would nut be necess-

call Anne Swensonat meeting at the Beach\ Club Hotel Friday When they are right,,', arlly worth $7,200, the speaker(

2-4497 after 6 or visit the last week ended the auxiliary's they need not seek' and there about Isn'tanything pointed out. The larger the stone _
of the busIest to be assumed it becomes and
current year, one the perfect
squadron on meeting night
and mosuuccessfulon record their ability to play top- the value of the stone depends on
notch bridge They slambangedall Its cut color and Internal perfec
But Judging on the basisof ,
Mormon MilestoneA competition<< among the 13 MINUTE ?

group of Mormons dedi- past performance, Mrs. Sta North outh pairs by an overwhelming tlon.Rubles found In the Carolinas
believes that the
ley coming score i>l 195./2, which
cated their first temple at art seldom ot any value because
year will be even busier, especially them a percentage<< game
Klrtland Ohio, on March 27, gave they are not perfect and there
1836. This was destined to in view of the hospi of .679 tore not worth cutting for amounting

become the first milestone in tal's plans for further expan- Mrs. John Falll, paired with Meadors said Local

their wanderings westward. sion. Mrs. Francis Martin had a very persons occasionally bring Mea. We Just Want To Itcminil
good second game at 184./z while dors pearls found In Florida oy.

I the McMurrys trailed along In 1 sters These, he mentioned are '

TV.Radio; 12 I third place with_ 169.IMrs.' .1 usually dull In color and not even You The Following 5th
D or ot h' Luellen-M r a. Ad e laid e|I as white as the oyster shell from ,

- "(,et the Message,' can acrom 1 Palmer beat the 144 average by' which they were taken

By CYNTHIA. LOWRY modal more visitors in larger 'one point for fourth and the Harry, "The water temperature Is Avenue Merchants Will Be Open
AP Television Radio Writer
studios. :Peters Just failed to make 1 not right for pearls here," he
NEW YORK (AP)-The ap. Persons wishing "Price' tick. i I average by one point. said Japan has the best water
preaching month may be a write for them East.West had 14 pairs which 1 I
eta are asked to temperatures for pearls. A pearl
treat time to visit New York'a si least rye weeks In advance I gave a total attendance of 13-Va from a cooked oyster Is usually
World Fair but It li a poor season Two or three weeks will be safe ruined, It must come from the ALL
for attending network tell.vision that's
for the other shows. Some tickets strong; raw oyster, he pointed out.
shows. may also be distributed in I proof that the game Is provingenjoyable Diamonds are going up In
NBC, for Instance, has noltrk hotels and motels. considering the num.' THROUGHOUT THE YEARI)
;;.* York price every day, so if you have
eta at all available In visitor, I ber vt our good friends who have'
Last Thursday, the character a diamond hold on to It,"he con.
and does not eipert to t* able SHOPPING CONVENIENCE
of "Major Page" was abruptly I I gone north. eluded. THESE STORES OPEN FOR YOUR
to fill\ requests until after Labor
dropped) from the CBS dajtlme

Day. It's Tonight Show, "
aerial "As the World Turns.On .
very popular with visitors
character who

through has every October.audience seat booked looks Monday amazingly a like Major Page House Of HiFiIngram's

CBS reports with request tlut It for Is overwhelmed tree popped Jim Matthews up under on the NBC's name newdaytime o( General Electronics Inc.

serial, "Another
tickets and can make no ruirantees
at all about filling them.Persons World." TO THE SUPPORTERSof
It Is all part of a pretty routine
however write
may, ,
shake-down for a new serl
the network asking for tickets
Actor John Beat was orlgl.
and as far In advance as pos, al. Matthews Hardware Alexander's
rally cast In the Important
sible. K also suggests trying
role but after a few day a
pick them up at its ticket dis-
the arrangement was not work.
In case
trlbutlon window-Just
Ing out rlrht. So author Irna
any art available Phillips quickly made a few LEO CHICKERINGYour
ABC says there Is a big, con. "
( .u
In the plot o

slant Price demand Is Right for"tickets but that to "The It Is changes World Turns creator," ot which and she th'l Sunshine Hardware Western Auto

also the
telecast from a small theater eliminating the Page character' candidate ran a fin. dignified race in

with a limited number of seats.Its au- and immediately recast the the Democratic Primary of May 5.
In addition ABC permits
dlences to', consist of young actor Leon Janney, In the per. Since I runoff for the post of County Commissioner
manent leading role of the new
adults Two other audience NBC show.FLY District three It I certainty I will

shows, "Missing--Links"--- and- appreciate your support and vote on May 26. Rexall

NAPLES In the meantime, please carefully comparethe Naples Drugs Bigley's

background, the qualifications and the

44 MIAMI stand taken by my opponent and myself on

tho various problems confronting the County; ,

and then decide which of us will work to

New Year Round Daily Schedule FULLY protect the best interests of ALL of

Naples To Miami Collier County. ,
34SP'M.: '
75 A.M. 11.30AM. Sincerely, -

Miami To Naples! I'
900AM. 215PM. 500P.M. Wm. H. 'Bill' Henning :



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Cleaners Edge Exchange $500 Goal Exceeded

I StIIICIII.clVlail's Jaycees Naples Legion Team

Opens Here June 8thThe
Tail Cleaners nose ":t 'x -

change 8-S. and Star,,' II ,1)l>
2Ce Naples American Legion month, manager. coach polite
protected lu secor
), . . . . . . . . baseball team will begin practlo Wee says 1.
by beating "
standing that the und-rats.
He reports
t3-6, In last night's I 1\ .ca' : ci I Ing Itoll'ame.this week schedule in preparation beginning: next a Inc campaign, being. wound. up

gue doubleheader, 04 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, May 12. 1964 now, has exceeded us, jsuu I
Standard Oil's trlu goal. This assures that the

up a Friday battle wit! :ten team members will be able to
Holland SaUey for the s Baseball play ball this summer without
leadership. Standard f :t No 'Chinese Bandits' On having to worry about game; or

once. travel expenses, Rice points out.
Legion ball is resuming In Naples
Klwanls win to b.It
try RoundupStu after a twoyear lapse. In
Standard Oil Wednes, West Point Team Any MoreWEST previous seasons, money was a
beating Silky. game to game worry but Itshouldn't
Yankees White Sox to1)! has been pnotlz.!
Miller be this
POINT, N.Y. (AP) This Is not the first time nicknames year.
will stan at 5:15 at C ,cr World political tensions have ing batters for years, but he Seven other teams in this dls.
of athletic teams have .
Park. In the second "i ie, claimed another victim the ;been changed for political, or may have put his first base runner trlct will competewlthNaplesfor
wit! 'aj. to sleep.tt in the state tournament
Exchange will tangle famed "Chinese Bandits" of the I other, reasons.Right a spot
Army football team. happened Monday night at Expected to be the best teams IB
after World War II
After a shaky start last I.. 'X From now on, Just call them 'when the Russians and Americans ,. Washington where the. Orioles this district are Sarasota, Bra.
Trail Cleaners bounced ack "Bandits." lost to the Senators 6 4, despite denton, and Fort Myers. Braden
were In a titanic struggle .
Miller's performance and an extra ton went to the state finals last
That's the official word from
with four runs In the third an for world supremacy, the Cln
lug and two more In the fOil rth. T the U.S. Military Academywhere ;clnnatl Reds baseball team de. second baseman. to lull bat. year.
Miller, who seems home
will Its
a spokesman who Naples play seven
pitcher Jensen, I tided it best to change the name
Winning Ray with his
ters into submission
anonymity, explained: games at Cambler Park, starting -
i I to Later Premier
who went all the way gave up "The term 'Chinese Bandits' slow stuff, got the call from the at 2 p.m First game is
two fifth-Inning runs to Exchange WINNER in the jalopy class races at the Naples Speedway Saturday eve. was given to our football de. I friendly Khrushchev and got the a bit more Oriole bullpen In the seventh In. scheduled for Monday, June 8,
name was
but drew the line there. ning was Jerry Hines of Tom's Standard Service. Hines, competing in the fenslve unit. It was intended to I changed back to "Reds." The nine with the score tied 3.3 and though Rice believes the Fort

Exchange got three runs In four races held in the class, finished first three times and came in secondin mean a tough bunch of guys, "Redlegs" tag never took any. two Senators on base-Don Lockat Myers coach will agree to mov.
the first Inning on two errors, the other race. Races are held every Saturday evening, starting time Also it gave the second team I how. third and Ken Hunt at first ing the game to Sunday, June 7. ,,
a single by David Fry.and I paul some dignity Miller proceeded to loft foul There are three other home
class and four in the
8 o'clock Four laces are held in the Jalopy sports-
of his pitches wide of the plate
undesirable for
with two "But It had an International games scheduled Mondays
Llndabury's triple
base Trail Clean- man's class. Cars in tho jalopy class must be 1953 models or earlier. Cars connotation, and Intentionally walking Don Bias and Rice hopes two of those can t

runners took on the lead In the third in the sportsman class arc stripped down racers Rob Diefenthaler took we've had some criticism ever Senior Leaguers Ingame to load the bases. Thai be switched to the Sunday preceding .
ers top honors in this class Saturday evening, (Hewitt photo) since it started. You see there forced Hunt over to second base .
with the aid of four walks two
are different kinds of mean Play Here where he apparently figured he The Naples schedule, which
errors, and Don Cina's Infield Jerry Hines Tops In Jalopies guys good mean guys and Open could catch a few winks while Rice has Just received, is as
single. mean, mean guys Miller,faced pitcher Bennie Dan follows
Jerry Cooksley doubled In "There was the idea that the Friday Night lels. June 8, Fort Myers here; June
two more Trail Cleaners runs mean, mean guys were Chinese At any rate, when Daniel 10, Sarasota here; June 12, at
In the next Inning to make It Diefenthaler Sweeps Sportsman RacesBob Communists Rather than create Senior Little Leaguers have blooped one of Miller's bloopers 1 Arcadia; June 15,Wauchulahere;
63. Jensen walked four and an International Incident, we been practicing in recent weeks, Into shallow center and it fell'June 17, at Sebring; June 22,
struck out 10. Llndabury and decided it best to skip it." and on Friday night they start in front of outfielder Jackie 1 at Avon Park June 28, at Sara.
Greg Hall each pitched three Dlpfenthaler made a clean In the feature for jalopies Jerry lap Jalopy race that preceded the 1 Officially, Army denied that playing "for real." Brandt, Hunt never left second I sola.

for the losers. sweep of the four sportsmanraces Hines drove his black No 1 feature. there were any political pressures The schedule opens at 5:30 base. June 29, Bradenton here;
innings Saturday night at the Na. to a narrow victory over brother Thrills were concentrated Into which dictated the drop. p.m. that day at Cambler Park, Brandt quickly turned himself July 1, Arcadia here; July 3,
Standard rolled 13-
Oil a
up pies Speedway| and lengthenedhis Richard \Hines. Guy Osceola was the fourth race, which had to be ping of the Oriental tag, which with the Pirates meet ing the Dod into a second baseman, steppedon I at Fort Myers; July 8, Sebring
0 lead In the nightcap before lead In tho sportsman driver third. restarted when No. 44,driven by will mean also the end of the gers. Second game of the double. the bag and recorded a rare'I here; July 10, at Bradenton; July
Jaycees broke through for six standings. Saturday night's races markedthe John Yelvington of Ft. Myers, Chinese laundry chants and header begins at 8, and It matches putout for an outfielder by fore.' 13, Avon Park here; July 17,
consolation runs In the sixth. Driving No. 34, powered by a second week of operation for flipped on its side on the south coolie hats at West Point games the Cubs and defending, Ing Blaslngacne who had become .' at Wauchula.
Winning pitcher Mark Allen, four.cylinder Tempest engine, the new speedway east of the air curve. Mike Yahl had second'I No phone call from the Pen. champion Reds u man mn without...mnn_ a_ base.

making his first start gave up Diefenthaler won the sportsman port. There were three more cars place in the race all wrapped up'I tagon. No complaint from The Pirates are sponsored by Lock, however, hadn't been
only one hit In tI) ? first five feature of 12 laps over runner up than the previous weekand, speed. until he lost his right front wheel Chiang Kal.shek or Chou En-lai. Lawyers Abstract Service, the 1 caught napping and raced home iiriju
Innings. He ended up with a Bill Grant and third.placer Richie way officials hope the growth In and ground to a halt in a showerof "We Just decided that the Dodgers by Cypress Lodge 295,i with the breaking run. Don
four-hitter walking seven and Yahl. number of drivers and spectators sparks, only a few hundred feel: word "Bandits' was simpler," the Cubs by Collier County Motors Zimmer, who previously had

striking out five ,continues. from the finish line. said Coach Paul DIetzel who and the Reds by B. P. O. E,i, collected three singles, followed Standings
In the first Standardgot bad-hop single drove In two Next Saturday's program of This mishap caused O.B.Osce.' said he got the Inspiration for 2010. with a two.run triple and Hunt
Infield more In the third. races will begin at 8130 p.m. ola's Zero to spin out, and Guy' the 'Chinese Bandits' out of a Senior Little League, a fair'was left somewhat less red-
two runs on two
The winners collected lOhlu Dlcfenthaler's main compett- Osreola maneuvered around 1 comic strip 15 years ago. ly recent development of the i faced National League
singles and an error. Gary tlon came from Grant, who pick. them to finish second to HinesIn 1 I "We only Intended that the national Little League organlza. W. L. Pct GB
Hanford singled In one run and off Don Hunter and two other ed up two seconds, a third anda the event. team be known as 'Bandits.' It tlon, is played by boys 13.15 year j I Elsewhere In the American San Fran, IS 1 .682 -
Allen doubled In two as the Jaycees pitchers with Hartford fourth. Hines won two Jalopy has nothing to do with the Chi. old on the standard 90.foot dla,, League Albie Pearson slammed Phlla'phla I4 8 .636 1
Braves scored five more In getting two singles and a dou- races, pi us the feature.Guy Osceola Joe Duff i li in his third yea' nese." He didn't explain the mond. A few years ago, Naple, a two-run homer and a pair of Milwaukee I4 10 .583 2
the second. Steve Alander's ble. lie scored three runs. led all the way to win the 12. as Navy's baseball coach. chants and the coolie hats. and Fort Lauderdale were the. doubles while leading. the Los St. Louis 15 11 .571 2
Angels to a 6 S victory
pioneer cities in Florida in get. Angeles Pittsburgh 13 12 .520 31/2
Kansas City, and Fredi
ting Senior League started. over Cincinnati 13 12 .520 3t/2
Whitfield hit grand slam horn
Chevrolet This season, SLL games will I a Chicago 9 11 .450 5
Jet-smooth and Brown a three run
Luxury er Larry
be played on Wednesdays Fridays Houston 11 18 .407 6112
shot In Cleveland's 11-7 wallop.
and alternate Saturdays Los Angeles 10 15 .400 8112
of Boston.
Mondays have been set asidE| ing New York 8 18 .250 10

for an experimental Pony LeaguE, The Chicago White Sox.Minnesota Monday's Results
makes crooked roads feel like going straightYour program. game was rained out. St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 2

The New York Yankees and De. Cincinnati 7, Pittsburgh Q \
trolt were not scheduled. Houston 4, San Francisco 1
Chevrolet resists leaning on turns. Its Full Your Chevrolet resists nose diving on stops. Mrs. Grant's 75 In National League action, Only games scheduledToday's

Coil suspension makes the crookedest S-curve seem The front-end suspension with built-in anti-dive control Sets New Record Houston downed San Francisco Games

on the level. And with its low-friction Ball-Race steer gives it Jet-smooth stops. 4.1, St. Louis edged Phlladel. Los Angeles at ChicagoSan
For Big CypressDig phla 3.2 and Cincinnati defeated Francisco at Houston, N
Chevrolet resists and
Your shaking vibrating.
waltz roads
ing as gracefully
system you over twisting : Pittsburgh 7-6. The other clubs St. Louis at Philadelphia, N
as a ballerina. All seven Chevrolet engines are precision balanced for Cypress Golf and Coun- were not scheduled. Milwaukee at New York, N

Your Chevrolet resists bouncing on bumps. TRRDE + + TRfVEL smooth operation. And because your Chevrolet hasChevrolet's try Club has a new course Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, NWednesday's

Safety-Girder X-built frame soaks up jolts 11 over 700 insulators and sound deadeners, you don'tat record for ladles. Games

its sturdy tubular center member. Its double-acting TIME have to shout to have yourself heard. Mrs. Charles Grant, wife Page, Uhlich San Francisco at Houston, N

shock absorbers take the jumps out of bumps. Now it's Trade 'N' Travel Time at your Chevrolet of the pro at the Hote-In-The- Milwaukee at New YorkSt.

Your Chevrolet resists squatting on starts. The dealer's-the perfect time to try the Jet-smooth ride. Wall course, toured Big Team Wins At Cincinnati. Louis at at Philadelphia Pittsburgh,,N N

rear-end suspension with 4-lmk levelizing control gives Find the meanest stretch of road you can. Then see Cypress Monday In 75 strokes, Los Angeles at Chicago
THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS: how crooked road feel. 36 out and 39 coming in.
it Jet-smooth acceleration. FOR for yourself straight a can Big CypressA
Big Cypress pro Phil Darby- American League

shire reported Mrs.Grantbogled low net twosomes event was W. L. Pct G.B.
r No. 1 and blrdled No. 8 held at Big Cypress Golf and Chicago 12 6 .667 -

___ to make the turn all even. On Country Club last Sunday with a New York 13 7 .650 -
the back side, she bogled 10, net 140 taking top honors. Cleveland 12 9 .571 11/
12 and 18. Baltimore 13 10 .565 I'h
__ The old course record was The winning team was Don Minnesota 12 11 .522 2'/4
Page 84.13.71 and Dale Uhlich, Los Angeles 11 13 .458 4
a 78 held by Peg Searl of Fort
8243.69. Boston 10 13 .435 4'/a

Myers. Tied for second with 141's were Washington 12 16 .429 3
k ; Playing with Mrs.G rant were the teams of Richard Golden and Detroit 9 13 .409 5
Mr. and Mrs.J.I. Wakelee and Dick WaJworth and George Powell Kansas City 8 14 .364 6

daughter Justine. and Bob Deason. Monday's Results

Cleveland 11, Boston 7
I ,J."' Washington 6, Baltimore 4

Los Angeles 6, Kansas City 5
44 Chicago at Minnesota, rain

Only games scheduled
'-: Today's Games

New York at Detroit N

Chicago at Minnesota, N
r- : 1.. ,. Boston at Cleveland, N

:.,- _....,;; !ic Baltimore at Washington, N
j"; ," Kansas City at Los Angeles,

_________ r 2 twl-nlght Kansas Wednesday's City at Los Games Angeles,

Chicago at Minnesota, N
New York at Detroit, N
Boston at Cleveland, N
Baltimore at Washington N





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ONLY TAKES ONE sa:ys smiling Dale Uhlich (r)) 4. N. ""nee *r .*.....
,Chtvrolet Impala Super Spurt C ;;;; "" .... who has joined the e med circle of hole-in-one CAU US TODAY Kl MTAIUII
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f ,..T..N'T 36 years to accomplish the feat. Uhlich made the
.SS77 perfect shot Sunday ising a 5-iron on the 173-

yard number two hole at Big Cypress Golf and
INGRAM CHEVROLET INC. Country Club. Phil Da trbyshire Big Cypress pro

((1)I ), was among the mi any friends congratulatingthe

Uhlich Playing with < ace shooter were Don .
I 130 NINTH STREET, NORTH NAPLES PHONE MI 2-5105 Page Joe Hayes and
(NEWS photo)





-- __ Tuesday 12. 1964 COUNTY f

JW off-beat travel topics County

CourtCharges .SJ: orlLLE; dEW8

Itt ttomd Involving motor vehicle -
s\\\- TO REHrI laws continue to lead all
TO BUY 10 others In County Court held Imports Impressively

each Monday morning by Judge U I .
Richard M. Stanley. NEW YORK (AP) As spar markets At Geneva the devel,

By Anne I. Bowes In the following cases all but ring over tariffs starts In oping nations tomiUli that It

I two deal In some manner with Geneva the United States still they are to take more Amen: in

I \ bMIdway Violations of vehicle laws. holds a neat trading advantageover Industrial'! ',sumerproducts

@ i Fight: bonds were orderedes- most other nations. Can It they must \\'t hither!

treated by the court when defendants make this stick? prices for their i row mitcruls,
American exports still exceed their chief exports. And If
failed to appear as
Americans pay more for these
Import by Impressive figure
follows Ruby W.Reese.speedIng -
: nations metals aid foodstuff
1 In recent month many foreign ,
2-2107 $4i( : Charles W. Bruce have been increasing the the U.s. cost of llvin! ,; rises, and

Improper driver's license $35: amount of American goods they' also the cost of pi o,lu .Ing Amer

John c.. Shubert allowing unauthorized lean goods.In .

(person to drive,$35; buy.The surplus In U.S. trade with the first three months of

Herman C. Elder speeding other nations looked especially' this year U.S. export were

$3( : Harold P. Glastetter good In the December-January running at a seasonally adjust

: speeding $25;Charlie Holloway! February period. Then it was ed rate of $24.8 billion and 1m.

1:111111 ;; iiai no driver's license $50t and running at an annual rate of pools at $17.6 billion. Many In

Mllle Wltherspoon Improper more than $7 billion. This wenta and out of government expectthe

long way toward wiping out pace of Imports to rise.
$50 and Improper( driver'slicense1
any deficit caused by expnndl Many hope that exports can,
$25. lures of American dollar forother too and that nothing happens at
1-Announcement 41 Trucks Tractors 61-Income 1 ,
Property The following paid fines on
chill on this.
things tourism, foreignaid Geneva to put a

PlAZA BEAUTY SALON 1179100 for a brand new GMC Islander Apartmantt Close to charges of violations: Dob military commitments, prl
pickup truck Sura there a beach and shopping Owner III Henderson Improrerrag. lOOt
Ills E. Tamiaml, Trail' gimmick to It. You have to good terms Marlowa and Back vat. Investments.
Midway 16713BoatsMotors pay |3i tl stale tao end buy e R..llo. 413 Sih Av. 10. MI Willie Anderson, violation of In March Imports Increased

I.canoe tag Immediate daliv .5221.. 11I..It' restrictions $25; Shirley F, at a faster pace than did ex-
Atcet. St ary N Temporary location Russell speeding $30 and Improper ports. This trend could quickenIf City

5/J stth.3t44Mobile 65-Gen. Real Estate driver's license, $50 the federal tax cut Induces a

BOAT BROKERAGE WATERFRONT Motal 4 unlit Carter D. McMeans, Impro- business boom that ons| more

LISTINGS URGENTLY Homes plus badroom. I bath home per tag. $25; Howard A. "'White markets to foreign materialsand
all complataly furnished, Make goods CourtFour
Srunk lob.SmtN M.rtn MI 13757 Trailer with cabana and carS an appointment to sea tIlls prop no driver's license. $50 and The American negotiators at
Chris-CnN 1.111 lor rant tale N, la today.COMMERCIAL.
5/1.11 part or ca arty failure to appear lOOt and
Seneva are afraid that pro.
callon. MI 14155 0' .2711
327,05 lot 100' x ISO Helen D, Crandall failure to tecllonlsm Is Increasing among of five persons char-

13-Help Want. Female I Rant furmthad or tala: I3S trailer dn .101|,3S lully t. on Highway, Second#41 Ave_ North Shown just by ap off have vehicle under control, $35 other nations, especially the six ged with taking part In a gambling

month. Lass than tl.SOO. Midway point"went. and leaving scene without In the European| Common Mar. game were found guiltyby
Mddl. ...d III. girl for part J5US 5/11.11 : reporting $50. tet. This could close doors to Municipal Judge Thomas R.
time work Apply in peroonat FOR RENT .
Liggatt Ranall Naplat Shopping LAKE: PARK Nice 1 bad : y 'w' t0 .# 0' I' _I Cases continued, still dealIng American product Brown at Monday morning's

Canlar 5/>.tlDependable 4 S-Trailers For Rent room 1 large bath utility house room Screened end NATIVE WOMAN of Curacao braids grand with violations of vehicle The Geneva meeting It the City Court session.
woman for light carport Near tchoolt and (hop. mixture of Carib laws Boyd Improper preliminary for hard.nosed bar. Police officers Jerry Wine-
house kaaping, live In If poalible Trailart II a weak with TV daughter's pigtails. People are a Salyers.
Ml 2 4693. 1/7120 110 e weak Spaces 15 e weak Pin' yearly rental and Arawak Indian. African and European driver's license Bruce II. Noble gaining by some 70 nations that breiuier and Ed Jones surprls.
Rock Creak Trailer Park See Naples Sooth and Model, may go on for a long time. Officially who
Improper and Dan P. ed the participants, were
0251148Apts. Hemes on Disoley. | tag:
14-Hetp' Wanted M.,. Remember, to -rant buy or Paplamento Is a scrambledeggs and fruit boats from Venezuela Spivey. unlawful use of driver's the talks are known as throwing dice on the back
the sixth conference of the General
tall' contact veranda and
kind of language madeup sail right past your license.In porch of a McDonald Quarters
Rock CrooNs Operator Prater For RentBUILDING Lucille Ottt Leah Brown Agreement on Tariffs and
man able to weld' and run front Virgil, Marcum, Bob Jeagar of Spanish African Eng- Into St. Anna's harbor. Each other cases heard Robert Trade GATT devised to house one night recently. Ordered

CO.and MI loadar 15651 GEITZ. PAVING 1110.11 DEWEY POLLY Ish, Dutch Portuguese' and must negotiate the famous Walker was given an option of lower trade barriers. to pay $40 fines were

A NEW HOME? Cartb Indian dlalect.It has floating bridge while traffic $50 or 60 days on a charge Each nation naturally would Chester Baldwin 44, McDon-

16-H-lp' Available' FURNISHED EFFICIENCY REALTYCorner no grammar no verb declensions piles up and folks gaze good- of no driver's license and 30 like to see the other cut tariffs. ald Quarters; Willie Rowles.

TWIN BEDS MEDIUM SIZED of Itt Ave II0, 4Tjmiaml and seldom appears In naturedly Into the w ier. It's days In jail for displaying IIcensb The United !Stale would like to ''2, McDonald Quarters; Edward

Reliable plaatant lady would LIVING ROOM PATIO ON Trail Yet. It's spoken by more only a five-minute walk from see many tariff cut as much as 23 of 528 13th
like to go at companion to eldarly THE WATER.: TV CABLE Ml I 24330. print. of another The cue Howard Riles. ,
lady to tummar home or OVERLOOKS: NAPLES lAY. I than 200,000 (people In the Ne- your hotel room to the heart of against Emerson Krontz charged 50 per cent by all nations Street North: and John Fayure
retort during July and Augutt. PRIVATE DOCK FOR BOAT I I thit this
Is Its talking< point *
therland Antilles\ Curacao town.
Writs Box I73/ AI Collier INQ AND FISHING Ml 14117 with destruction of personal Graham. 34, McDonald Quar
County Nawt / .12Ragttared l/ISt Notice To i the principal Island on which At PHcaoVra: pay Club, about property was continued. would make It easier for everyone ters. Lawrence Williams. 26.

nurta will Cars for Sabal is used5 and like four miles away you can plunge to sell In world markets.
Shorn Apts. Pap amento Joseph Ltsabelle, forfeited a River Park Apts., was presentat
aldarly' person or coupla In mhom. for Producer would t>neflt. So
.. E>callant "'.,,ncli. YEAR ROUND LIVING the language. It's a pot-pourri Into a protected sea pool a $50 bond on a worthless check would consumer As stand.rds the time the game was goIng -

117.51 WV ,2111. Bonito, Spring Modern'ciancy. one Aptt bedroom. furmthad, and TV aff PoliticalCandidates of (people. Over 40 nationalities morning dip er Joy sun and charge. A case against Charles of living rise, so would production on, but he was found not

cable I In Monthly or year live on a chunk of land games and feast at their fine Kirkland charged with depriv- volume. guilty.
round Ml I 1445. Kelly R,. and
23-Mitc.! For Sale, *.raca Ava IIJ.1f only 10 by 40 miles long.If rentaurant-dlnlng room. ing was dismissed The 70 natIons pretty much The Judge was concerned because *

Furnuhtd apt, for rant.Til! par It's diversity of faces On a trip to Curacao you agree on the virtue of III're.lI. the gamblers "were doing

1 braaklatt labia I with upholUrad waak Rd. Inquire at 140S Creech 4/21.\1 All political adverUstmenU food and shopping goods you should not spend( all your tlmo log exports-4helr ", pori.. The It openly and creating a dIsturbance
chain I droplaaf. I an sunshine shopping. Scan over the varIous trouble comes over Increasing also noted that
plus steady
notion Hoovar Upright Swaapar Funllh.d I badroom apart.mant. for Sunday's NEWS must be want lie
with attachment Sos at 43S Huge !living, ,room k,tch. Curacao Is the best Island to stores and goods the first LBJ To Up Imports and everything exported arguments starting during dice
Orchid Oriva. 512.31K.nmor. .n_and bath MI 23691 1125.\1 In the newspaper office by visit In the Caribbean. You day thin spend a day sightseeing by one notion his to be can lead to serious consequences
not later than games
JO" Friday
aogsin..c.ii olond.Ioso.
Imported by snottier
I bdrm furnithad Nearbeach while make
aptt bv In the
: 550. MI .111' .It.. can actually save money city you ,
For ad. .
weekday publication .
and Weakly
shopping Common
The European
I pM tlI.51 I or ,.., Mid vertiilnj must be flying or cruising down to Wll- up your mind, make your third |
copy placedby OASCountries West
Aid To Prance, Germany
2 3041 lltfhly and
way silverware big buying day OTHER CASES
4 p.m. the day prior to lemstad for your new day your Italy the Netherlands, Belgium
24-Mics.! For Rent Own.. large lunllhed elf. wind visit with tripsto 43:
watch Thomas
cenCy.. Ar condo StonecraftApt. IniertUm. Thia U an absolute china, camera up your and Luxembourg hail seen Walter Greene ,

SOUPS on. tha rug that It. to .. MI 1.4155 0' MI 221'2.Mod..n deadline and it is generallyto linens lace or liquor. The the country. Right around its Industries grow strong In of 3200 Parrlsh, paid $50 fine

clean tha tpot with Blue Luttra. 1 bedroom unfurnith: the advantage of the ad. array Is long and tempting. Wlllemstad are several pointsof year. A* their production costs for drunkenness and disorderly -
N 001.110' lrc tl. Na ed APARTMENT: with com
plat Furniture thampooer Co 5/12 plate kitchen Near beach andshopping. vertlier to place the Ad at Curacao llquer Is a native orange Interest. The Shell Oil refineries rise they become Increasingly conduct.

39S |th 'Ave So Ml i early ai possible so that full cordial with about 40 percent Ire sore of the big sensitive to the competition of Jack \Boswell Oliver 32. of

26-Peronat 2 3393. 4/71,11 I attention can be given to earhatlvertilement. alcohol "Very unusual. gesf In the world and bristle WASHINGTON AP. ) With Import of American goods, and 4-13 Sixth Avenue South, was

---i.o-fun. I lIdm.ou-ioo.pl. Elflcl.nc. All famous European brand with stacks and drums like some motley and Johnson friendly hal persuasion moved to their farmer dislike American found guilty of assault and battery -

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS .... TV. Air Cond. 745 .Ih 'it la a state advertising law of cameras and chinas are here- futuristic city. Close by Is PreMdont produce' on their markets. and was fined\ $50. Oliver
Man or woman wi'h" drinking Ave So MI lUll 9/5.05 that all political advertising dl..pel Latin Americans' doubt In the United States a numl>er
problamt: Ask for hjtlp by calling Spade, Delft, l.elcl Omega the oldest Jewish cemetery In about his Intorext In their prl >. of reportedly hit Robert Camp-
be paid In advance using the of IndUHtrles complain grow
Ml 1-4351 Vititort cord ally .
Efficianciat Day Week or 3 the Western hemisphere. hammer
with only a modest and In the Alliance lor bell with a ball-peen
welcomed Maatmgt In FlrttBaptitt Month (IRIS MOTEL: ). Ml triplicate check forma as authorised etc. em I log imports of lower priced
Church Anna) on SIN 1230? or Ml 2tl55 under Florida gUtuUi. per cent Import tax. Color- The best view of St. Amla'ihubor. Progr.... foreign Items. while beth were working on the

St fI'at night 7th Ava at I 30 avary PM Tuai and 2 bedroom No lurmthad aficiancy. I Special positioning of ful handicraft from Indonesia the refinery and the "I felt he was sincere mid The United States I I. urging seventh floor of a beachfront

RUBBER STAMPS that make 21317 apt or pals Ml 2S989 or ,h'ld'.n"/' Ml : Adi will not be gold and all\ India and other Asian countriesvie city is had from Fort Nassau. warm," an Argentine diplomat Its producers to extort more, to apartment building under con-

a good. imprauion Any liteOna Adi will\ be given the same with linens and wools from The breeze Is refreshing In the laid at the White House Mono try harder to cultivate foreign struction.

N.w.day tarvica. Colliar County If 49-Houses For Rent careful attention. Holland and England. noon-day heat and the luncheons 'day night after hearing Johnson Judge Drown Issued bench

,, .v ". TTV ..nil'" N.... Spritzcr 4 Fuhrman Is the superb. You can sample real credits mnounce under$40 the million alliance In fresh to 13 departing frequently from his warrant for die arrest of Ray

33-Services Offered BEACH' "AND' TOWN: : UM: shop boasting the best selection Holland dishes and ate whileoverlooking allruAmerlcaji l nations.Jotmson prepared text. Wilfred Purgless, charged withnovsliddrlver's

MER PRICE 115 MI Unl of silverware watches and this fascinating The President went to the license. Bruce
Summer Mourn 511.51 PUBLIC NOTICE said the United States
Monday. through Friday 3 60RM FURNISHED HOUSE chinas, although smaller shops city. will double It* assistance actlv. crux of Latin American proN.Jems D. Quayle. 21,of 78312th Street
1 00 to 1:30: PM whnn he linked economic
Cloud Saturday 1:00: P.M. FOR RENT.: NEAR KWIK NOTICE OF SALE: often have lower prices and Sties under the program and Nonh was fined $15 for speed
Viet Shoe Repair" 'CHEf- "Ml' 25770. I/I.StFbdrm To: more unusual merchandise. El 'there will be twice as much ac. progress and representative do. ing.
5/1Q.l0I : house tor rant. Fur Jian E:, Hobart E:, Haydar DEATHS mocracy.
nithad, eltv walar TV cable tin h ..d. Drive Globe Is tops for optical! goodsof :oin|"IIMiud a* In any previous Without rcprewnlatlve" domoc. James Dartholomew Kenny
.vlIl.bl. Raasonabia ,.1... MI Naples. Florida all kinds. For cloth goods. PLAINHFLD N.J. (AP-A. )rear.1 63, of SunClty.was found guilty
Sale notif ad that the "and the freedom It nour.
38-Autos For 24009 17.112bedronrn You are hereby 63 whostarted racy
Wallace addreafclnr the
Zimmerman After
Indian saris and Dutch of careless which resulted
Mowing motor vahicla' : Including ishes he said material driving,
cottage Compl.I.Ifun.hed. 2 drSarml .. with the Plalnfleld Cour. American ambassadors to Wash. prog.reas
FOR 'Dr.4S CHEVY 2 blocks from beech 1961-f.'con costumes plus bizarre leather II an aimless entcrprlMi In an accident. Sentencewas
CIRIIS123771 Icr-New In 1908 a. a delivery and the chief of
D nKton
1 DOOR 1371
104) SHADOWLAWN DR. I blocks from per Avalableentl will, be told at public sale at 10 00 craft and dolls the New Am- to destroying the dignity of spirit suspended. "It's my first
Dec 1 MI 2 SOS! 5/7.1 boy and worked his way up nlsvlon to the Organisationf
Ml I 13471 A M. o clock on the I Ith day of May sterdam Is terrific. II Is meant to lib We will accident and It sounds worse
shop rate.
5110.31 1 ,,_,m. house furnithad Call 1964. at 2UI Fowler St. Ft Myart publisher, died Monday of a < American States, Johnson ,
A MI 2.3191 after II: pm. fl.Th. Curacao being Dutch, counts heart attack. Zimmerman who ilgnud 12 separate loan agroe.nents continue to Join you to encour. than It really wu." Kenny said.
19.2 ThundarbirdHardtop R ,
3/3IH of the tale" will be
procaadt In guldens or norlns.The all. ago democracy until we build a "The they make cars nowadays
heart 13
H. Power windowt last Factory 1 bdrm, turn dream houta: applied firtt to the payment of the currency had suffered from a covering countries way
air conditioning Low mile' hat of ratakmg ttoring and tale Is 2 last hemisphere of free nations from Just brush them and
Each room glass llidmjdoort costs exchange roughly guldens merit, retired as publisher Normally such agreement are you
all Ml 14104 after I P.M. I to large acraanadporch pf tmd motor vahicla and the COIl Tlorra del Feign to the Arctic
laading Dutch Influence 31 but continued as vice the State fall like
4/lSf.t Lovaly' bath with sunken 0' pjblication of notice of sale, andIhan to 1 dollar Pec announced by Depart. Clnle." they apart pretzels.eeAnna
Tr7sticRri Sprite Ton'naaj tile" tub N ear new See Gate lo She satisfaction, of tha bal,. is also: apparent In the president of the Plalnfleld Cour. nent. Viola Rae will be tried
cover and heater S.'00 School MI 23III 'tzUf once duran der the conl..cl cover'Ing ler-News Co. will hi'Ip fight malariaIn After his SN'eth Johnson in.
mIen ass at KO SIN St S the f,nanc ng of laid motor vaIticlo old, red-tiled roofs gabled, They vltod the diplomats to Join him next Monday on three chargesof
ftar 4 30 PM 8>.5t GOING ON VACATIONI Any turplut will be paid 10 vkhttc-trlmmed buildings clean TOLEDO Ohio (AP) Dr. Brazil, train farmers In Doll In another at the White drunkenness and two of disorderly -
15 /BIRO All power. seat SLEEPS you. and p ouwillrarnais liable for Burt G. Chollutt 88, a pioneerIn via, for the first time establish room
ROOM COTTAGE and and the Inner conduct. John
any bal ancerernainso 8 unpaid under busy streets, House/ for a small talk. "After Lawyer
balls 1 topi new tires RtM I ALL ELECTRIC KITCH.EN. orthopedic surgery and one throe rural electric cooperatives
Tonnaau Go, North sad I contmct harbor of which looks all all Emerson asked for a r-mtln-
cover ng AVAILABLE: BV WEEK: : Commercial Credit Corporation Schotreeat of the founders of the National serving 10,000 home and farm we are brothers, ho
mUll .erofu. ED I 6935 0' OR MONTH IN NORTH CARO. like bit of old Arnste rdam. saul. uance and It was granted.
WE I.3997. fl. Myart >/l?.51 LINA 3700 FT ELEVATION.: 9S5 Watt Florida Flaglar Street a Society for Crll>pll.'IChildren.\ In the Colombian count rysldu. ,

lIst C.dII. All power. lac CALL Ml 2 6087. 1/lOtf May 12 Miami ISM *I42 Like Holland this tiny Island died Monday. They also will bring credit
tory air good condo Vary "... has a high standard of living and assistance to 21,000 small Climber IMPROPER PASS

Ml 2141. 5/1241, 51-Wanted To RentEld..l IN IN THE AND: COUNTY FOR COLLIER JUDGE: :COUNTY COURT, and business efficiency. Most WOLF farms In thu land reform and Pyramid Richard Lee Chappell. 24,

FLORIDA professional persons are LIKE YELLING olonlzatlon program of Peru, Wins Four Kisses of 2600 Van Duren, was fined

.40-Aulos Repairs! Paris : fun coupla home with or 10 duplaiw leaiemodarn IN RE: ESTATE IN PRORATE: OF' honest capable and alert whether CARLSBAD. N.M. (AP) help construct a new seaport In Ill for passing while the yellow -

,thin Naplat City limita Phone GEORGE: B SHUMAN they Ire blue-eyed Dutch- brad school leather Mrs Glenn Chile, help Mexico establish a From Khrushchev line was on his Side of

LOOK HEREI .1I2.1f Dck, Rchardton, Ml 1(141 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Dacaatcd men or dainty, dark Spanish- Edge smiled tolerantly a* pupils, national agricultural center and CAIRO AP Egypt's Cham. the center line. Herman Den
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All creditor of the ettate of Arawaks. atindint by window, yelled provide Food for Peace com. next, GoI, of Immokalee,paid$10
Wondering where to go WANT TO RENT GEORGE: B. IHUMAN. eecia.ad, "Teacher, teacher, your house nudities to Ecuador >lon pyramid tllmber streaked
hereby note I,ed and 'rad 10 the top of the Great ChIMpS for running a stop sign
With ear problems? 1 or 1 bedroom furnnhed or are raqu is on fir.." Although the $40 million wasa
your unlunllhed. on 10nI. leach 10 fie any claims er dam'ndt. GOOD HOTELS! amount Pyramid a minute faster for Sue Two-week continuances were
Factory Finish Paint Jobs for montha of Jun.. July end which they have against said at ale The Riverside I School comparatively modest
August Write particular and In the office of the County Judgn of Two excellent hotels give the Harold Bush enteredthe by the standard of current aidrojucts viet Premier Khrushchev than granted In the cases of Ronald
Wracks RebuiltTunaupt price te Naplat P. 0. lot H7 Collier, at County Naplaa, Florida Florida in the within Co, irtouea lie. traveler a choice staying In principal classroom, a few minutes > It was aimed for max. h.i did for Red Chinese Premier Blake Brock charged with Improper

alandar month from the data of heart of Wlllemstad 'Chloe En.lal, change of lanes. and
Front end alignment the or by later 10 tell Mrs. Edge that her Imum effect
55-Stores Office ha t.rtt publicat of this notice Latin Chou gave him a fountain pen Violet with
Overhaul to the Curry charged
Motor May
Each claim or demand mutt ba In the sea at the edge of town. house a block from the school, Johnson Kpie floe month Khrushchevave ,

Trantmittion, rebuiltLubcatioe Office No. *. 2nd atory Balch riling and moot ttatt She, placermdanca from the Curacao Intercontinental really was bum nl. liplomats; In a persuasive tone, ; ; him four kisses.ago. driving while Intoxicated and
POll Off
and ad
Building 111 SO par Mo 1170 3rd of ca watch cruise failure to have car under control -
Brak.tPolnh St So Watkint t Barkau (03 dress of INs claimant and mutt ba you can "A kiss |* worth a thousandiimnds *
swore to by the claimant and mutt and tankers, freighters Two persons charged with
4 Woe Ith Ava So Ml 211.1. ships ,, said the climber Hof.nawl .
worn to by She claimant hit _. ,. drunkemess
4JIU' were given Jail
Don't look any further gant or hit attorn.x or It will --- m t-s : Abdol Fayed. "Further
See become void according to law more, I was happier to meet sentences and a third forfeited -
57-Houtes For Sale /Jac'eIne Louise Shuman
logram Chevrolet, Inc Admits..traIns 01'''. Ettata of Khrushchev and I like him m bond

130 SIN St. N. MI t.110$ For immad'ata tala' Wall built Gaorce I. Shuman Daca.tad more." Sentenced to seven diys.with
CBS homa Completely fur Map 12. II 21 June 2. IM4 :143
llvfnawl's climb Is standard credit for time
..Hol"1.1. mthao Lounia 2 tiiaable bed. --- a given served
oom. 2 baths, wail Ii wall sideshow for visitor to the 481. was Larry Cypress. 42, of
carpeting even In ,.t".. Mod New CorporationIn foot monument. Ochopee. Given four"dayseox-
am kitchen large sun room
large corner lot 114 Ith AvaSo A* Khrushchev watched the leone was Leo Milton 51, McDonald
S/S M Collier County 37-XB.r.oleJ Egyptian streak to Quarters Marcellus
MOORINGS DELIGHT the lop In four minute, he said
Three. badroomt 2 bath can Secretary of State Tom to field Marshal Abtltl HakimAmerr Odum 44, McDonald Quarters
tral. heat and air conditioning Adams hu announced the char- forfeited bond.
"Give me a to
Carpet,ng throughout eicapt 2 wet train
badroomt Complete bitches In terlng of the following torpor and I will race you"

eluding. Nice ditpotal screened; and porch diehwather Paved- sOlon: "I would need two year to get

driveway aoddad lawn land Hamarett. Inc. NP VAO.n (. ready for that," Mod' Amer, 41. .
acapad Phono Ml J-4104 after "That' I .
ft* 4/2111 0 Harry F. Bauer PrestO why picked you,
r bdrm ,. -bath- brick-houtoXaa : dent 601 15th Avenue South "said the 70.year.old Khrushchev.

wall and dock tedded anallanrftctpad Naples FJork Filed May 4. 1 always choose ray corn
wall to well car petltors carefully," WHY RISK 'EM?
net,... .nd ranga. IMS HarbwPtaca 1964 by Messrs. Smith Car-
111.500. Call Ml 2 S001. roll. Vega Brown and McDanUl -
If M ......,. Apothecary Ml 1..v.ee."p. NO RISK 'EM !
1 2221: 1/7.1. Suite 12. Balch Building. Acoustlcon Since

Naples Purpose: Encourage CALL NOW FOB .r...

58-lors For Sale, the sport boating. Subscribers 1902Hearing EXPERT srftvcrrNORISK

WHY FUSS AND WORRY LET PORT ROYAL Le Ill Oaklaon : Harry F. Bauer 601 Aids
1 Drive Far Bale. or Traeawrta 15th Avenue South. Naples 'm
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SOLVE TOUR ADVERTISING Read Oar_. Cane Merrill H. Boynton 24S Broad __s- ml.c-*. ;
Ave. South Naples Francis D. 1213 IIthSUNe., Naples CHEMICAL CO.
Martin Route 2,Box$0,Naples. 6 MONTH

1 O&C YOUR T. VIEW WILLEMSTAD Curacao Inter-continental' Hotel at Harbor Call E...i.B-t 5 10 P.M. Ml 2..148pwuplur1lpw

ANA%) TELLS TOW HOW BIRTH M lfTH '.4 Drive Caref-fly AM LJve entrance : floating bridge open to left Shell Oil Refinery in distance

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8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday May it, 196<
County Wallace's Maryland Trip
What They're Saying I'
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BusinessThe .. Followed Bv Race Riot I

RaceBy .. .
The Governor's County Commission at this -
morning's session accepted a : CAMBRIDGE, Md. (AP- sense Inevitable, that it should
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plat filed by the Marco Island George Wallace was out of towna happen !in Cambridge, Md.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pays about 50 per cent of the Corp. for a new subdivision on Il good 40 miles up the highway In this state, for the first time
Haydon Burns orlstled todayat total cost of city government the Island known as Old Marco %e ftt toward Baltimore, when the Na. since he came north with his
a hint he wa picking up an High, In bringing Dickinson's Village. Final acceptance awaits : 'vi/ r tlonal Guardsmen heaved] the states rights evangelism, Gov.
alleged deficit n the campaign alleged deficit Into the second action by the County Zoning '0, t cannlsters and the choking teargas George C. Wallace of Alabama .
fund of one of tin defeated can. primary campaign, said Dlckln. Board, and a public hearing. settled In a gray cloud upona has been received with open I\
didates for (Ovc"r, \'" Fred O. son called him shortly after the The new subdivision border. street paved curb to curb with enthusiasm. By contrast with

(Bud) Dickinson. first primary. Ing on Collier Bay and the Inland angry people. Wisconsin and Indiana, his au.
Robert King High of Miami.Burns' "He said he was very tired It dlences have been
Waterway Is platted In six was paradoxical, and In a warmly par.
battle of and that he and his wife Intend.ed .
opponent in the units, and divided into about 130 tisan toward him and the gov.
big city mayors, said at a press to take a rest," High said. lots, Including residential, mule ernor, in turn, has relaxed no.
breakfast In Tampa that the "He said he was going to sup. tlple family areas, and commer. Joan Merriam tlceably and has changed the
people are entitled to know the port no one. clal building spots.Attorney V words they came to hear
full details of Dickinson's en. "lie mentioned In passing that
Walter Condon and
dorsement of Burns. he owed more than I had spent Safe Two hours before Wallace arrived .
Engineer L.L. who Despite
High said he uncl'rstood Dick. in my campaign I took this to sented the plats stated that workon pre. the Negroes and their few
Inson had a $100,000 deficit mean he had a campaign deficit white supporters were meeting
streets and canals is
Burns Issued a statement at of about $100,000." expect Motor FailureOAKLAND In the Elks Hall across town In
ted to be late
completed by Aug.
Jacksonville saylnj any state High has been promised the the 2nd Ward-the Negro sec.
I ust
or early Con-
ment that he was picking up an votes of such Dickinson campaign don said the corporation expected Calif. (AP) tlon.Half
alleged deficit for Dickinson is leaders as Frank Durban to spend about $220,000 on these Globe-circling Joan Merriam a block down Washington
preposterous. an, William Singer and John Improvements. landed her crippled plane sale. a stone's throw from RaceStreetor
I "Mr. Dickinson Is too much of Ring all of Miami ly at the Oakland Airport to. a pop bottle's throw, for
a gentleman to sell his support," "If he didn't have money In rV they threw both-a chunk) \lieu
t Burns lald.Dickinson. the first primary, he's got It day.The Coast Guard had) two tenant In National Guard uniform
announced yesterd. now," Burns said In other county business a er planes escorting' the 27.year.old met them, carbine resting muzzle .
day that he Is supporting Burns. High told a St. Petersburg letter from the lnter.County / ; Long Beach, Calif. housewife upward with the butt on his
Burns breakfastto for almost the last 100
was host a miles of
audience that "Burns" Is Telephone Co. was read stating
cap. hip.A
than 300 Florida busl. from Hawaii.
more her flight
tlve of the people who financedhis the firm will make a careful r rock sailed over the heads
ness and professional men. He She accomplished a feat
campaign" and called the study to seek ways and meansof of the demonstrators and strucka
said each of them pledged $1,000 Amelia Earhart tried unsuccessfully .
Jacksonville "a eliminating I confusion en. In the
mayor lobbyist reporter arm. Another
from himself and friends toBurns' to achieve 27
for special interests" countered by visitors at local years rock struck the pavement, thena
second primary cam. Miss Earhart vanished In
.palm. High shrugged off Dickinson'ssupport pay telephone stations. tI the ago.western Pacific. bottle, then a rain of missiles ,
At the last Commission meet. I I
In his capacity as mayor of for Burns and said, ing Commissioner Wesley Down. Miss Merriam's plane touched The guardsmen rushed in.
Jacksonville Burns welcomed "The people have a right to ing pointed out that the local down at 9:12 a.m. They chopped at the demonstra. ,
delegates to the national conven. know on what" basis this was system at pay stations of mak. Bad weather and engine tors' bands to break their gripson
tion of the American Public Pow. negotiated. ing calls before depositing the troubles had claimed her from one another then dragged
er Association.He "Mr. Dickinson told me the dime, was the reverse of the the start of her flight from them away roughly.Officials .
told them the municipal other day he had a deficit of the same airport March 17..
system in most localities, and Anu'j Catholic School and Rev. Bernard Hickey
FOUR St pas
utilities of Jacksonville has been over $100,000. It doesn't take a was Miss Merriam feathered the
"virtually the goose that laid college graduate to figure this lose causing the deposit unfamiliar and callersto create tor of St. Ann's Church, are shown with a group of young first Holy Com propeller of her right engine ap. Peek
the golden egg" In that revenue one out." ing confusion. municants following the Holy Name Society's annual Mother's Day break. preaching the U.s. mainland,
fast at the Beach Club Hotel on, Sunday. From left, Rev. Mother Mary coming In on her left engine. At IBM Machine;

Camillus. Sister Alice, Sister Shawn and Sister Antonetta. At far right is' Coast Guard escorts rendezvoused One

Mansfield Threatens Solons Father Hic'icy. On steps leading to pavillion's s"n deck are some of the 32 after she with radioed her at 7:36 a.m. May Rent
The Commission adopted a re young students who received their first communion on Sunday precedingthe trouble. she was In City and county officials look.d .
I solution expressing appreciation breakfast. (McGrath photo) > over the IBM 6400, an auto.
and offering commendationsto matic billing and accounting ma.
With Year-Round SessionWASHINGTON the Collier Development Corp. chine, which was on public dls.
fur a deed to property on the 32 Communicants Attend len Ward, Jennifer Watkins and Seek IdentityOf play at City Hall yesterday and
east ern sh ore of the N apses H ay Patty Rosendahl, placed the today.
(AP) State He said the congressional: for a park. crown of yellow sweetheart roseson Victim Who City Manarr Vince Wood has
Democratic leader Mike Mans leaders told Johnson that his The deed was made out to the the statue of the Blessed Mo. Indicated he will Include renting
field of Montana said today "forthright explanations" of Naples City Council and the St. Ann's Holds AnnualMother's ther.Preceding of the machine In the fiscal 1964.
Congress will be held !In sessionall the rights bill recently have County Commission In Joint the breakfast the Died In FireAn 69 budget. "It would result in
year if necessary to pass the had marked effect on the pub. ownership. The City Council First Holy Communion ceremonywas faster and more accurate bill.
civil rights bill and other partsof lie's understanding of the meas Joins with the Commission in the held at St. Ann's Church. autopsy was ordered this Ing," he said He made provl.
President Johnson's pro ure and on the Senate's ap. resolution of appreciation. Day BreakfastTwo Thirty.two Communicants were morning on the body of an un. lion for renting such a machine
!gram proach to It. ushered to the altar by eight Identified man who was burnedto In last year's budget, but City
Mansfield, talking with report. The President has made It flower girls Communicants in* death yesterday In a vacant Council cut the item.
ers after a breakfast meeting clear, he said, that civil rights The Commission reviewed an hundred and fifty Neapol. by so dedicating our lives auto. eluded house In Immokalee, according For maximum utilization, the
of Democratic congressional Is "not a partisan problem, and Illustrated map of road and canal Itans attended St. Ann's Holy matlcally becoming good citizens Lynn Bremermen, Karen Con. to Sheriff E.A.' Doug Hendry. City would use the new IBM ma.
leaders with Johnson, said he not a regional problem" work in 12 units of Golden Gate Name Society annual Mother's and gain respect from our com. noly, Susan Dembek,Deborah Ed. The body was so badly burned chine for four functions, the man
had reported on the progress of Southern senators will hold a Estates, the map submitted as a Day Breakfast at the Beach Club munlty." wards, Eileen Fedde, Beatrice that Identification by ordinary alter explained. They are tax
the rights bill after 60 days' de. strategy session later today to partial progress report. The map Hotel Sunday, May 10, where Another guest for the occasionwas Iversen, Timothy Aurlt, Howard means Is impossible, It was said. accounting, tax bllllne,budgetary
bate."We draft their version of a jury Illustrated In color the roads special guests of the Holy Name William Vlncek, presidentof Andersen, Michael Droznenk, Investigators have learned thata accounts, and general ledger ac.
told him that the trial amendment. and canals finished and those Included the Sisters from the con. the Holy Name of Society of Paul MacKinnon, Gregory Mol. man who may have been the counts
progress Is nil," Mansfield said. This one gives the defendant under construction It showed, vent, Father Bernard Hickey and Bonita Springs; and 17 membersof victim In question had under. Salesman David Bantz pointedout
lie promised that the blpartl. in a criminal contempt action also, work under way outside the 32 First Holy Communicants. St. Leo's Parish were also In ter.Eva MacKinnon, Sharon Oates, gone a lung operation some time that the machine "reads"led
... san leadership of the senate arising from the House.passed original 12 units Guest speaker was De. Larry attendance.. Marla Rives, Lu Anne Rossi, ago, and are hoping that an auto. ger cards by a magnetic tapeon
"will do Its very best to bring bill' a holies a Jury trial and Little discussion followed re. Jones, the president of the West Pastor Hickey officially In. Nina Schmidt, Tina Schmldt.Mtt. psy will show whether or not the each card, on which alpha.
the bill to a vote, one way or the possibility of a stiffer pen. gardlng the road and canal Coast Deanery, who spoke on stalled the new officers Presl. chell Sentovlch, David Watkins, deceased had had this type of betlcal and numerical Informa.
another." alty over a nonjury trial with work, but Commissioners showed the general theme I "How to sane dent, Edgar Doherty; vie presl. Mark Nlco, Stephen Clrou, Chris. operation.The tion can be put.Similar machinesare
Asked whether this meant a lesser punishment guaranteed concern over the lack of weirs tlfy our lives\ and preserve and dent, Victor Vail; and secretary. topher Brack. body was pulled from the being used now by the City
move to cut off debate, Mans. The Dixie bloc bypassed a bipartisan In the canals. One weir has been spread the Faith in our world and treasurer, Col. C.J. Hlmes. Be. Andrea Wolfe, Mary Sue Zel. smouldering debris of the build. of Fort Myers for utility billing
field said the Senate will make limited Jury trial pro. Installed In the main canal leading tiring president Vine Conboy, ler, Sheri Parker, Dorothy Dah. Ing on Ninth Street, South, In and by the Lee /County School
this decision, and added posal that had been pending Into Gordon River.Commissioners. presented the gavel to the new Un, Gall Humphrey, Norma Jean Immokalee which was complete Board for its payroll
"We are prepared to keep business calling up Monday reviewing president. Pierce, Raymond Paniplnto, ly destroyed by the blaze. The It probably would be best if the
Congress In session all year If night the proposal| of Sen. agreements and completion Appeals Board CROWN MAY QUEEN Stephen Johnson, Philip Brun. building had been condemned City leases the $36,000 machinefor
necessary to pass the Presl. George A. Smathers, D-Fla. bonds, questioned the lack Following the Mass a May dage, Gary R. Goodnight. about four years ago, but had ap. $700 a month, Wood.ay s.With
dent's program." This gives the Southerners of weirs. It was brought out Favors Crowning took place. May Queen, Flower girls Judith Darrell, parently been used by vagrants. outright purchase, the machine
The people are entitled to an another track at reversing a that In agreements Golden Gate Change ? "Susan DeLand, assisted by her Marjorie Faerber, Lissa Baste. The Earl G. Hodges Funeral might be obsolete in a (few years,
expression from Congress, one.vote defeat last week on a Estates assured weirs at staled crown bearer, Marcel Sockalos. do, Nina Sue Longevln, Joanne Home in Naples took charge of because of'the rapid progress
Mansfield said. "We cannot Jury trial amendment proposedby Intervals. County Engineer For Don JonesThe kl, and five attendants, Betsy Rossi, Roxana Rives, Deborah the body and this afternoon tookIt being made in the electronic
dodge It, we have to face up (fa Sen. Thruston B. Morton, R. Harmon Turner said plans Bernard, Gall Gwaltney, Sue El Oates, Nonita Vlllalba. to Miami for the autopsy. computer field, he noted.
It." Ky.I had been submitted and
Zoning Board of Appeals
then revised In an attemptto
standardize weir construction, meeting this morning
to hold down cost. lie said recommended City Council approval -
92 Die In Crashes Of finals plans apparently were of changing the front
nearing completion. yard< of a lot from Fifth Ave'
I The approaching rainy season nue North to Eighth Street.
when construction of weirs in the The request was made by GET ON THE BRAND WAGONIT'S
Four Military PlanesMANILA high waters will be difficult ap. Donald T. Jones who contemplate
l eared the main concern of com. putting up a 10-unlt
apartment building, 125 by 39
(AP) Ninety.two a MATS C133 In more than 75 feet on the northeast corner
persons were dead or mlsblng million miles the service has of Fifth and Eighth. The lot
today following four military flown the big planes since June County Agriculture Agent Dim

plane Most of trashes the victims around were the world Amer. 1001.In the other fatal crashes absence Lander to was attend granted the public leave hear.of presently nue North fronts because on Fifth of a Ave city And BIGLEY'S Has The

Ican military l>ersonnel.A A 24.hour air and sea search ing on sugar cane acreages, ordinance that says the frontof
fifth plane, a U.S. Air Force failed to find the 10 crewmen scheduled for May 19 in New the lot will face on the street
supersonic| fighter, crashed In of a U.S. Navy long-range pa Orleans on which It has the least di' BRAND NAMES FAMOUS BRANDS
the Philippines today but the trol plane that crashed at sea pension
pilot parachuted to safety 20 miles off Cadiz, Spain. The Personal Income There Is more than twiceas WEEK

The four fatal crashes or. plane, based at Jacksonville, For Residents Of much frontage on Eighth In TV Radio Stereo
curred Monday In the Philip. Ma., was taking part In nunue- Street as on Fifth Avenue North.Jones .
pines off Spain in southern vers off the U.S. Polaris submarine .
State Up In 1962 wants to face his buildIng
England and In Alabama base at Rota, Spain. on Eighth Street. The sp'peals and Appliances
At Clark Air Base north of Four crewmen were killed In GAINESVILLE (AP) Per. board which has looked
Manila, a U.S. Military Air the crash In southern Englandof sonal Income for state residents
Transport Jetliner with 83 l>er. a British Vulcan bomber, one climbed eight per cent In 1962, favorably on similar requests t r
sons aboard crashed short of a of a type that! can carry Brit- University of Florida reported In the past went along on this
runway and burst Into names aln's II.lan be. Two crewmen toda>. one as well.
Seventy.three persons died In parachuted and were Injured Floridians' personal Income ..
the wreckage and another two A U.S. Air Fore C119 carryleg for 1902 totaled $11 billion, again
died In the base hospital. 43 student paratroopers to of $828 million comparedwith $2,044 each, a gain of $95 from AppliancesFEDDERS
The other victim was an a Jump zone made a American serviceman riding in In a field near Searle, Ala 1961. stale remained 31st among the
a taxi which the plane struck as Two men were killed. Residents earned an average of states in Income per person. TVStereo

It headed for the runway, the .
Air Force said ,tp. Radio
The eight people on board ,
world's oir eonditioeler
who survived the crash were in largest telling -

the base hospital. The Filipino My heartfeltuTHANKS"
cab driver and another American .
passenger in the taxi also
wen hospitalized.
Aboard the four,engine C135
were 9 Air Force crewmen, a TV Stereo RCA VI CTO R Radio

night nurse, 48 Air Force passengers . to my friend, supporters and those
19 Navy men, 4 Coast '
Guardmen and 2 Nationalist good citizen whose effort and vote made

Chinese."I me high man in the first primary. ,
don't think anybody knows
what caused this thing," an Air k I
Force spokesman said "There The job It only half done; hence I urge Home Appliances

was nothing in the plane's behavior you to redoubt your effort for the second 1

that could give a"clue to primary. We have a hard fight ahead of Ut. 1""
any mechanical failure.
No Indication of distress came

from the pilot as he brought the To the supporters of my opponent, I Sylvania TVStereoTV
in from tlickam
big Jet
Hawaii. congratulate you on your fine effort and,

Landing In a rainstorm, the particularly, the clean campaign you waged. Stereo a product of

like plan aircraft struck a navigational 42-foot antenna.aid I know you are interested In having a strong, Curtis MafhesBIGLEY'S

just Inside the base fence, hit honest, county commissioner, and I urgently

the taxi on a road running along Invite you to join with me In giving it to
the has perimeter, and brokeup Collier County. f
In names
The C1J5 was on a troop air.

lift mission from Travis AirBase Sincerely yours,
Calif n was to return
sick and Injured personnel to

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The Air Fore said the crash EWELL F. "PAPPY" MOORE
was the first involving a C135 NAPLES SHOPPING CENTER MI 24522r

In the Western Transport Air (P".id Politic! Act)
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