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 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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NATO Meets In SecretSpaak es p. t' m3L

To DeGaulle;: L Certified Results

ing aside all complaints of voting

declaration Irregularities it had by no power repeated to

Quit Rocking Boat act, the state canvassing board I
certified the May S first primary
vote today I
The action eave the runoff .

what think is tween Spaak and French Foreign limit the risk that divisive ex. 4Je a berth to Mayor Robert King
jut Just you
THE HAGUE, Netherlands t 1 High of Miami in the governor'srace I
would be leaked.Ho .
Maurice Couve changes
AP) Foreign ministers of 'wrong with NATO and how it Minister and the Democratic nom
( Is NATO (o be reshapec
the North Atlantic Treaty Or. should be righted. Otherwise, Murvllle Tuesday at the open. ination to Rep. Earl Falrclothof I
ganUation took up In a secret 'Hull rocking the boat." Ing of the ministers' annual to accommodate the growlnf 1 4 Dado County In the attorney I
wants the NATO spring meeting. strength of Europe without
demands of France i
session today the t : general's race.
structure loosened to give mem Rusk stopped in Brussels en spreading or weakening control 1 board ad.
in the
France for a stronger role ,. In its ,
the alliance's affairs. hers a stronger voice in policy route to The Hague and reportedly over nuclear weapons? e vl.sod all those complaining of I
Emerging from a three-hour and tr cut down the dominant persuaded Spaak to lay How will Britain be linked r irregularities that their only
session, Foreign Minister Ger. UA role. Other members be. aside a speech attacking Gaull- with her continental allies\ in developing I N k"SWEETHEARTS" ,..-....,. course was through the court
structure should Ism and a1It\ means for the al. Industrial social and
lleve the NATO saldSecre.
hard Schroeder of West Germany "It's your option,
honored evening at a
military Institutions? of the Club were Monday
would say only that ho be tightened.The tary of State Tom Adam., chair
thought the meeting had a only decision announced Today the 15 ministers met How are the allies\ going to dinner meeting of the club at the Lamplighter Cafeteria At left is Jackie man of the board.
"cleansing effect" on NATO's after the morning session was with only two aides present for work together to close the gap Kline Presenting a gift to Linda Uhlich who is to be the 1961-65 club
the appointment of Manila each of them. The aim was to between have and have-nol na. gift of MAJOR COMPLAINTS
structural problems.This "Sweetheart. At right, Dirk Tucker outgoing president, presents a
world reorganize
Italian diplomat tions, keep peace "

was an apparent refer Broslo, trading pattern and appreciation to Ellen Whitsitt the 1963-64 "Sweetheart, Major complaint were filed
ence to differences between to be NATO secretary-gen the alliance Lot To Be Done cope with the Communist world. (NEWS photo) by Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland
Bray to guide
France and Paul Henri SpaaL, and America to who ran third by 2,202 vote lathe
of Are Europe
outspoken foreign minister of through the difficult period On Rights BillAmendments move closer together In defense governor's race; and by
the role NATO reorganization. Awards Next WednesdayCouiiicil who
Belgium over of the non-Communlst world or Atty. Gen. Jame. Kynes
should play In the years to STEPPING DOWN RFK drift apart trailed Falrcloth by 599 votes.

come. went Broslo on Aug. 1 will succeed WASHINGTON n inP) Atty. De Gaulle contend. NATO's The larger margin in the at.
Before the ministers
of the Nether. Robert F. Kennedy said system of Integrated commands torney general's race resultedI
Stlkker Gen.
Dirk U. Bills ObiStreet
'into session, Spaak declared he I from correction of a typographIcal -
lands who Is stepping down because today "there is still a lot to be should be dismantled.He Opens
would ask the French "to spell error of 40 vote in Brad.
of 111 health.As done" before a final accord can wants Europeans. prefer
r the ministers emerged be reached on a package of ably under French leadership, to ford County, the board aid.
from the Juliana Barracks amendments to the House. recast their defense on the basis Adam emphasized that the
d board had authority to take
Ar meeting hall from, nearly NATO a countries thousand passed civil right bill. of coordinate a planning national staff which forces would Drainage WorkCity .. action other no than Io certify the

women As he arrived at the capitol ,, vine unless ordered io make
silently paraded in the neighborhood The United States, Britain and -
for conference with Senate change by a court.
under a steady spring leaders of both parties Kennedy several other European nations Council will award bids Streets from Fifth to 15th Avenues water street plantings. The Under the law a* interpretedby
rain to protest the nuclear arms want closer Integration of their for than of South Eighth Street from truck will which
told newsmen that serious more $700,000 street cost $2,000. the secretary of state' at.
The1or race. problems remain to be settled force and policies and storm drainage work at Its Fifth to 12th Avenues South City Manager Vlnce Wood described torney he said, the board had
of State Dean The United States has stressed
U.S. Secretary and Avenue South from "an the only to certify the
Rusk averted a public clash be. Earlier Sen. Everett: M. Dirk. its readiness to give the Euro. meeting next Wednesday. Eighth as opportunity we
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sen, R-lll., the GOP leader had pean allies\ a voice in nuclear At a special meeting this First to Ninth Street. The second should not overlook." The vole if it appeared accurate In.
told newsmen that a full accord weapon management through morning Council opened seven phase of the bond-Issue money will cone out of contingencies. telllglble and authentic.D. .

VIENNA, Austria (AP) Ro Lucky He Didn'tHave had been reached on the pro. the project for a fleet of Polaris bids on the first phase of the program will be done next year, A. Troyano of Lakeland,
mania's Communist regime Is Change For posed changes with only a final surface ship manned by crews $1,550,000 street and drain- after the close of the 1964- Kelly's attorney argued that
such of the law
reported to have freed between look at the exact language re of mixed nationalities. age program authorized by the 65 tourist season. interpretation
Some would rule out the need for a
1,000 and 2,000 political prison Telephone Booth maining.The general obligation bond issue SPLIT PROJECT Feeling canvassing board.

ers in what diplomatic sourcesbelieve Spectators objective Is to develop a Negroes Riot approved last Year. Council From the bid figures It does "All we need I* a clerk with an
Is an effort to Improvethe MACON, Oa.this (story A*) of- it man package of amendments that also opened two bids for a storm not appear that the same con- Against City adding machine to certify the
trade expansion told Beach
climate for In Palm
will win the support of the required water pumping station to be lo- will be both the vote," he said.
didn't have a tractor doing
talks with the United Elates, who Vial lucky he 67 ,
two-thlrds majority -
which open In' Washington MayRomania ., dime. vote if aU 100 senators vote- Detention Home called at the Bay. end of Broad pumping station construction Buying BeachThere 'SCITEkCOURTCASFB -J
_ ..The: .man, drove up ,to a telephone Avenue South. and the Street and driftage
io Itivoke the tloture rule .
WEST PALM BEACH (AP- Adams cited court cases dating
r ; S'- outside a truck Street construction and reconstruction *
, openly ipposes booth limit debate. work. Two firms, which submitted II some sentiment on
called out last nightto which the
1808 In
viet control of Its economy and stop here Tuesday, but foundhe and Installation street and driftage bids City Council against the need back to
subdue rioting Negro youthsin held that the board had
Is to develop trade with didn't have 10 cents for his of storm drains and pipe, will below courts
eager than
Prom PicturesIn the Palm Beach County Ju. more $100,000 anyone for the public to have to buy no Judicial power
the West. call.He went in for change and venlle Detention Center. be concentrated this summer else, did not bid on the Its way onto the beach north Adams accused Kelly's attor.neys .
LUMPUR slapped outside Twenty officers halted a 00. and fall In the area bounded by pumping station of Doctor Pass of "apparently determining
KUALA Malaysia: just as he large tractor-trailer This Issue minute riot which heavily dam. Fifth and 15th Avenues South, These two firms were Ilalpln Council members,who met In not to seek the proper route of
(AP) Prime Minister Tunku again smashed, into the corner of aged the dormitory housing the from Gulf to Bay.\ The Broad Inc of Venice with s bid of special session this morning action B Impugns the local
Ma rig
AlKlul Rahman retreat said today from Iti: the truck stop demolishing the See Page 8 youths. Police said they did not Avenue South pumping station 582483.75, and National Construction have had only s day to mull authorities to make these
laysia demand that all Indonesian telephone booth. know what sparked the violence will handle storm water from Co. of Fort lauderdale over Tuesday's Zoning and charge here where they can.

guerrillas withdraw from Malaysia .- this area. $583.972.50. Next low Planning Board request that the not be resclvedeAdams
before a second summa r .r Streets scheduled to be bulk est was Bumby and Stlmpson of City buy up to 600 feet of beachfront reminded the lawyers
they had 10 days, until May 23,
and rebuilt In this first phaseare
meeting Is held with Indonesia Orlando, currently finishing property fora public park to file court petitions.
and the Philippines. First Second, and Third Sanitary Sewer District No. 3, about a half-mile north of the Alter failing to get the boardto

with t J63C.257.31 bid. Four pass. Council will not consider act on their complaint, Ket.I U

COPENHAGEN (AP) Artel other firms'prices ringed; from this request until next Wed ,'. attorney succeeded In sub.

six years, the Danish govern OpponentsHit 731.000 to $850,000. nesday's regular meeting.The milting to the board affidavits
ment has agreed to allow uiatompowered Southern Gulf Utilities of zoner,' recommendation charging voting Irregularities inAlschua

American ship tc Toll RoadFinancing Miami was lower of the two will be taken up simultaneously Dade, Monroe and

visit Copenhagen.The pumping-station bidders st with the plat for The Moor- Manatee counties

merchant ship Savannah 138100. Dumby and Stlmp- ings' new Unit 5. The platas
day will visit.arrive Aug. 23! for a seven Plan son's price was $149,900, but approved by the zoning board Elliot RooseveltIn

the latter firm had a lower Tuesday shows no public beach
denied Six yeago the atomic the government submarine TALLAHASEEE (AP Oppo.nent overall figure of 835157.31, access routes between any Naples SaturdayFor

z1r *of the proposed $17 million after a $1,000 deduction. beachfront lots.
Skate permission to pay t* L47ctSc"Nfj"
bond Issue to finance a new toll Democrat MeetElliot
courtesy visit to the capital. The Ilalpln At least one member of Council
road between Naples and Brow. combined with
bid, Is opposed to approving the
ard Counties argued to the State Roosevelt, a candidatefor
JERUSALEM Edo. that the Southern Gulf Utilities' pump plat because of a lack of beach the office of Democratic National
(AP) -An Supreme Court today
mite fort on the western shore ;$ t financing plan was unconstitutional. lng-statlon price totals $720, access It Is this Council Committeeman from Flor.
of the Dead Sea that was conquered 1ip'at 683.75 Completion dates were man's opinion that s public idawlll be among the spellers
by King David's war. j rah One provision In the proposal In the 150 to 200-consecutlve access route should be Included at a meeting of the Collier County

rlors nearly 3,000 years ago has made it possible that either day range meaning that work In the plat, to guarantee Democrat Club Calurdly morn

been unearthed by an American- County might have to use sec begins DY June 1, It could be beach access In the event the ing at 9 o'clock.
backed archeological expedition. Ie ondary road money from the finished before January 1, and City decides not to buy the Other candidate for national
Dr Yohanan Aharonl led the state gasoline tax to pay part of possibly before December 1. beachfront lot hilf-mlte north committeeman post may alaobe

expedition sponsored by the the obligations of the other coun Engineers will review the of the pass. present, It was announced.

American Institute of Holy vntar ty.B. bids comparing unit prices and If the City did buy the lot The meeting will be held at
Land Studies and the Isral'llgovernm'nt' J. Masterson of St. Peters bidders' arithmetic the Beach Club Hotel and the
checking from The the
Moorings, access
Antiquities Department. burg attorney for opponents of public I* Invited. Coffee and rolls
before making recommendation route In the plat then
the bond Issue said the under* will be served a spokesman
writing feature clearly I violatedthe to Council next week. could be quit-claimed back to announced. No reservations are
In other action this mornIng the the Council
life --- -- constitutional provision that propeny owners,
LONDON AP)-Britain's necessary.
boat men are( to try out a 44- A SUPERIOR RATING, Indicating rank at the very top In state-wide competition each county's secondary road Council approved buying s member suggested. Roosevelt the son of former
foot steel cutter from the VJS. for Majorette Corps, is the proud boast of the Naples High School money could be used! only for used water tank truck from the At Tuesday's zoning board President Franklin D. Roosevelt,

Coast Guard. team. The honors were won at the state contest at the University of road construction within that developer of the Isles of Capri meeting, no possible purchase I Is a resident of Miami Beach

The Royal National Lifeboat South Florida in Tampa last week, From left, kneeling, are : Judi Smolian county an area which recently Installed price for the beachfront lot was and I I. making his first entry into

Institution, announcing the and Jo Ann Patton Standing, from left are : Linda Stow ell, Kathy Davie, Ben Dickens attorney commission for theelate s water treatment plant. The suggested by he( developers and politic in seeking a seat on the
trials said today: "Britain has development City would use this truck to none was asked by the board. national committee.
always led the world In lifeboat Melinda Gilb and Sherry Huffman.r' who was defending the valida.

design and construction but we lion of the bonds, argued that the
are neither too proud nor tort J'A' Merriam ThoughtShe'd Constitution was nut violated.He .
!ortslghted to I learn: from said the gasoline tax rev
others when they make a significant :: Never See sane was the state's, not the Individual Duck Vaudeville Road Show
advance." counties', and there was
.. Oakland Again adequate authority for the State I
Road Department and the two
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP- counties to into .
enter the ar

Senior High t- ?<< I weight."This "Is a helluva way to lose rangement.In addition. Dickens .ald. if Performing At World's FairThis

.4.- .I-t With these yards Joan Mer. either Broward or Collier Coun.ty -
Spring Concert ; riam of Long Beach Calif., ever had to underwrite part road show nuupe of porpoise Dowl with the Su- arena from which rrMidera
c_ wrote the end to a chapter of of the other's obligations on the Duck Vaudeville from Caribbean wanee Live Oak Marching Band. Johnson dedicated the Fair

Tomorrow NightNaples "f \. 1r' years avUtlon ago history when aviatrix that began Amelia 27 $17 merely million an bond advance I..ue. It and wouldbe not Gardens opened tn the Today the performing ducksare opening day. It has a seating

I" ..... Earhart disappeared In the Pa. an expenditure. porpoise Bowl at the New York auditioning for MCC's To- capacity of 18000.

Senior High School' -"'4r : ':: clflc In her attempt to be the All gasoline revenue money World's Fair last night! ,accordIng night Show. Kuperberg reported that the

mixed chorus and its concert ; first woman to circle the globeby spent on the toll road would be to s direct report by Joel Future appearances Include New York papers have already

band will Join In a spring con {.., air. repaid from tolls, he said. Kuperberg. from New York. li: minute time on the closed carried some publicity on the
cert at 8 o'clock tomorrow nightIn Mill Merriam 27, landed The Supreme Court gave no J Kuperberg arrived In New circuit color TV within the world famous performing ducks

the Senior High School Audi '. -. :, lately at Oakland International Indication when 11 would hand York Monday to make advance fair ground. RCA has 300 from Caribbean Gardens. He
torlum. ; Airport Tuesday after a trouMe down a decision.VI arrangements for the two weeks sets In lounges and public build added that the Florida Develop-

Miss Polly Jenkins will direct .plagued 27,7SO.mlle solo THAN Italy OPKOAIOA booking of the ducks at the ings throughout the area, reporting ment Commission News Bureau
the 70-volce mixed chorus flight that traced most of the WILLPtTXJRN Florida Pavilion Clint Goldie! on activities around the
TCX' lST has sent out five national re*
In a program of traditional and original route charted by FOR ANOTHtR VISIT drove the ducks to New York fair. leases this week an the Naples
including Miss Earhart 1,
numbers in :7.
contemporary from Orlando where they had Next Monday Duck Vaudeville -
a Negro spiritual and ex- .,1 thought I'd never see Oak. Just completed ". en- Is scheduled for six minutes
certs from "The Music Man." While theirtravellng feathered -
land again she laughed as she ment at the Orlando Florida on Birthday House, the
Selections from "The MillieMan" stepped down from her plane to gage popular children's on friends entertain elsewhere,
and Vacation Show. program
will also be featured in Sports
the congratulations of some 400 the Duck Vaudeville
h1JC-TV In the regular
the offered by the band Goldie drove nearly straight Metropolitan
program ---- -- -- -- people. Its comcleteW
under the direction of Don Hotz.hausen ., OUT of superior rating by a few point through to arrive at the Fair New York ares. cast performs
NOSED a Mill times .dally wry day
The weary but smiling Tuesday evening Fifteen minutes Also, next Monday, the show ,
but winning a solid second rating in duet twirling Merriam had this advice for at Caribbean Ol
The concert Is open to UM who later Arturo the Plano win appear tn Singer Bowl at of the year
public. Admission is $1 for lido, were Judi Smolian) and Jo Ann Patton, anyone considering duplicating playing Duck opened In the the Fair. Singer Bowl U the dens.I' .
tilts and 50 cents for student.. look like top-notch figure skater in this photo. her feat "Bur a tlcketl"

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday May IS, 19(4 Returns Show What They're Saying

I Cuban Doctor, Suicide, WhereHe Robles Wins In The r Governor's Race

Panama VotingPANAMA assistant supported Burns'

A face-to.face meeting todayof stand.
Studied To Save Lives
(AP) Government < Florida's runoff candidatesfor "We do have a deficit but It
candidate Marco A. Rob
is riot $100,000 nobody Is
ALBANY N.Y. (AP)-In the alive," said Lt. Howard Turner lea I* Panama's new president., governor Mayors and Hayden Rob. picking it up," Bell said.
very hospital where he had one of the firemen. "He said, electon the basis of nearly complete Burns of Jacksonville
learned how to save lives, a 'Do you have a cigarette?'." reutrns. The preelection ert King High of Miami was

lonely Cuban doctor plunged a lie told police he was "lone favorite, ex-Presldent Arnulfo arranged before the state con

scalpel Into his heart Tuesday ly, very lonely." Arias, denounced the outcome vention of Rotary International Holley Charges

night and won his hours long Reposo chatted with the at. as a "most scandalous fraud. In Orlando.
fight to die. tendants of the ambulance thai't Returns from l,039ctlhell4 4 The two candidates met once Democrats Are

Dr. Jose Reposo, 40, a surgeon took him to Albany Medical Cen. precincts gave Robles an 11,066. before in Miami since the
began his suicide effort ter Hospital, where he was! vote margin over Arias-124,830 May S first primary thrust
Tuesday afternoon when he treated for the chest and abdo. to 113764. With seven candidates Into a showdown battle for whichin the ShadowBoxingJACKSONVILLE

slashed himself In the chest and men cuts.Reposo. In the field, Robles gut about 40 6 't Democratic nomination,
abdomen but Inflicted only sup. sat on an operating per cent of the total vote. I f Florida is tantamount to elec. (AP}Republl.

erflclal wounds. Frustrated, he table In the emergency room, Arias claimed official figures I tlon. I'can gubernatorial candidate
went to a viaduct and preparedto talking with a surgeon he had released by the Election Trlbu. I. In the first week of campaign. ''Charles Holley of St. Petersburgsaid

jump (0 feet to the pave. trained with In the early 1940s., nal were spurious and said the, t Ing leading up to the second prl-no > Tuesday that Democratic
ment. He appeared "rational and I lucid people would not tolerate viola., I mary the two mayors 'candidates,were taking no action
Police were summoned. The ," a medical center spokesman tlon of their will. He gave no In. punches. 'over a severance tax on timber
officers approached the man, said. dlcatlon of personal action to INSTALLATION CEREMONIES were held Monday evening for next year'sofficeis Burns made It clear he consldered minerals.

t who clung to the viaduct railing, Suddenly, as the surgeon challenge the results of Sunday'voting. s of the high school Key Club. They will hold office during the the major Issue to be i and Holley said no severance tax

his body arched out over the turned his back, the Cuban I school year 196465. From left, the new officers are : Steve Clark, treasurer Civil Rights, and he stumped on should be proposed without prob.

street, his toes wedged In brae- snatched a scalpel and stabbedIt j Col. Bolivar Vallarlno, commander ; Ray Eilers, recoiding secretary ; Chris Hultzen, corresponding secre- his opposition bill to the President'sCivil in the ;Ing the facts about the competition 1

Ing outside the railing. deep into his chest. of the 3,000-man Na. taiy; Billie Bryan, vie nicsident; and Richard Woodruff, president. Senate.Rights pending I' of the taxed product In the ,

"Don't Jump, George"We ,want a pa.to "It was a surgeon's job," the tlonal Guard, was expected to Brandt Watson (r),' president of the Kiwanis Club was the Installing of High, who pulled something of''market. The Democrats, he said,
trolman cried.
hospital spokesman said. ''ll t t: take decisive action against any shadow-boxing.
ficer. The meeting was held at the Lamplighter a political upset by making the
help you"Repose rent the heart violent Arias Cafeteria.NEWS
protests by
opening a big sup. "The opposition to a severance
clung to the railing : ( photo) runoff on a budget of less than
wound that made It easy for porters. Vallarlno generally Is 'tax on phosphate li not con.
about IS minutes. While policeon doctors to get to the heart and I t considered an opponent of Arias $100,000, charged that Burns was 'fined to management," he said.
the bridge held his attention, massage It." and Is blamed by the ex.presi buying the state's highest office "A Polk County phosphate la.

firemen spread a net below. He died about two hours later, dent for his ouster from office Richard Woodruff InstalledAs Officially, both candidates are 'bor union passed a resolution 0p-

A crowd of about 300 gath despite the efforts of a score of: In 1941 and again In 1951 running for I two.year term.to''I posing the tax. It Is feared that
watched In But Burns hinted he hoped
ered. The onlookers medical men and nurses to save The National Electoral Review It could result In production cuts
silence as the firemen braced Junta will stretch it to six years.
him.Reposo meet Saturday to He said a* much Tuesday l In1 and a sharp Increase In unem.
for his Jump He relaxed his who attended the i begin a scrutiny of election doc ployment," he said.
New Club an address to a Tallahassee cl-1
grip and dropped| arms spread University of Havana Medical uments for any irregularities. Key vie club. He called for help from Imposition of the tax "wouldbe

wide, to the street. School and was a 1949 graduate It was generally expected that community leaders In putting 1! another costly step back.
Cheer. went up as firemen of Albany Medical the Junta's findings would not -
College, was ward" If Florida phosphate lost
caught him In the qUllted.can.vas scheduled to begin a residency appreciably change the results. Woodruff was instal- and the new president, Richard held to raise funds to send members Florida's affairs in order, then I salds 'We won't be able to do it
net. In Internal medicine this led as 1964-65 I Key Club presi- Woodruff made short talks. to the district convention.
sum. in the first term but over the I'the tax, causing a sales nose.
"He looked surprised to be mer at the hospital where he dent at a dinner meeting of die In Key Club business It was It was announced the inter- next six with, cooperation ''dive, he said.Ewell .
died.The Predicts club Monday evening at the reported club members netted national convention will be held we will. ." ,

hospital said he was dl. LampllghterCafeterla. He succeeds about $85 on a recent car wash In Dallas, Texas, the first week A constitutional amendment e

CommandosHit vorced and the father of two. Dirk Tucker In July. "We will need to raise ratified last November makes

;His mother reportedly lives In Other officers Installed Included expense money for this trip," Florida's next governor term Opens NaplesHeadquarters

Cuba. In ; Billie Bryan,vice pre- Shufflers Elect said Boynton two years Instead of the usual
He had come here from Call. Step-up sident Steve Clark four and allows the at
fornla about two ; treasurerl) Plans were finalized to hold governor
Castro months ago, Chris Hultzen, corresponding Ray Chappell As another wash its c 1 o s e to seek a four
but it was not known what he at Naples Ewell F, Moore a candidate
had been doing there. He had secretary; and Ray Eilers recording New PresidentRay Floor Coverings firm this year terms term.aren't Ordinarily permitted successive un. In the run-off for Coun-

lived here In a rented room. Viet WarSAIGON secretary coming Saturday. The charge ty Commission from District
Chappell will be the new der the state constitution.
Miss Ellen Whitsitt was ho- win be $2 "for
Sugar MillMIAMI president of the Sunshine Shuf- a good job The term was cut to two years 5, announced yesterday he was
Viet Nam AP nored as the outgoing "Sweetheart" Inside and "
( ) out.
Grace Lutheran flers dance club for this one election to shift the establishing a campaign head-
Defense Secretary Robert F. of the club and Miss square on June
time of electing the governorand quarters In Naples.It .
(Ap-. "very euc.ceasful" Mothers DaughtersHold McNamara today predicted a Linda Uhllch was Introducedas 1. HewaselectedMondayevenIng other state officials from will be located at 482
first business
at the club's
stepup In the war against Com. the 1964-65 "Sweetheart." Chiropractic
attackon other than a presidential elec. street
commanda.type Ninth and
North the
7th munlst guerrillas In South VietNam See front meeting In their new quartersat ,
BanquetGrace picture
( tlon
a sugar mill In the Eastern page.) years. telephone Is Ml 2-7300. Moore
Cuba province of Oriente was but warned again that It Outgoing officers of the club 950 Central Avenue. Meeting Set Meanwhile, Mayor Robert
Lutheran Church held would be a long drawn out at Trenor Kites and Ben Shaf said
reported today by an anti-Cas. were Dirk Tucker president King High of Miami, Burns' opponent
Its seventh fair and "we should not de Moore said in the
annual Mother- supporters
tro action group here. Fred Gore,vice president Tom fer were selected for first in the runoff for governor .
The Revolutionary Recupera. Daughter banquet Friday night lude outselves on this score" Daugherty, treasurer ; Bob and second vice-presidents, For Sarasota set tongues wagging. He Naples area found it difficultto !
at the church. Theme of the In a statement before leaving contact him on his business!,
hinted that Burns may be pick.
lion Movement MRP headedby respectively. Bill Sell was
( ) members of the Florida
for corresponding secretary Fifty
Washington, he said marked
and home
Manuel Artlme said the attack affair was "Pattern of Living Blllle elected treasurer, and Marge Chiropractic Association'sSouthwest lag up a deficit In the cam. telephone In Immoka-
progress had been made In 1m. ; Bryan, recording
occurred on a big sugar Programs we re patterns and table plementing plans to Increase secretary; and Stanley Boynton Shaffer was elected secretary. and Tti-County Societies palpi treasury of Fred O. Dick lee and asked a headquarters
mill at Puerto Pllon on the south decorations inson, top spender and fourth In Naples.
were sewing ac substantially the strength and who has served as division The present officers, headed (chapters) are expected to
finisher In the first prima.
ern toast of Oriente Province. cessories.Mrs. fire.power of the Vietnameseair lieutenant governor during the by Harold Glazer, will con- attend a one-day public relations place for in return for
Details are coming In on the Lorraine McKay, president force 1963-64 school tinue until the end of the month seminar in Sarasota Saturday ry Dickinson's governor support., Nixon ShowingIn

attack and will be made publicat of the guild, led In the "I am confident If our plansare Brandt Watson year., Kiwanis Next Friday. May 15, the (May 16). Dickinson came out MondayIn Nebraska No
a Miami news conference at4pm. president Cities sending delegates to the
pledge of mothers and daughters executed persistently they Shufflers will pay a visit to support of Burns.
was the of-
EST and in San Juan Installing 0 .-10:30 session at the
each other. will lead to success he said. p.m p.m.
to the Sand Mountain of who second
Swingers won
f eer. Brief talks were made High, SurpriseBarryWASHINGTON
Puerto Rico at 3 p.m local time Orange Blossom Hotel Include
McNamara spoke briefly to
A program showing foreign by visitors Wallace Woodruff Fort Meade. At least two the first primary race, estl-
MRP said.
Bradenton Venice Fort
fashions Klm newsmen before ending a (AP) Sen.
deficit at He
was given mated the
by sets will make the trip. No
Headquarters of Art I me's principal of the Naples Senior Myers, Cle wist on,Port Charlotteand
crowded: 30.hour visit in Saigon. 1 Barry Goldwater said for.
French Susie Fetch Linda the at today
Mc dance brought up subject a press
was planned for the 16th
group here said It did not know High School and KIwanlan Sarasota.
His air force plane took off at breakfast In 'mer Vice President Richard M.
his whereabouts. It added the Kay and Chrisste Elwood. Melanie due to Bill Muench having to The seminar is the fourth and Tampa.
7:02 p.m. ((6:02 a.m. EST) for Tommy Provenzano. ? "The people of Florida are en. 1 Nixon's! strong showing In No.braskq'e' .
at/rrJtanrn.lhe:9ugar mill was by lludak and, Fay Hennlns Washington via Poarl' Harbor Club members In a salute too cancel Us engagement In Ni- last in a series held throughoutthe titled to>> know the full details" 'i Republican presidential .

mynlier ;'fitjtiif'; ,-dMI} 'hrlr.: each learned played piano solos and" McNamara's visit concluded' Coach Jerry, Morris displayed;!',jJlos,.?. )tls_ possible that a state under direction of Dr. surrounding Dickinson's en.I t primary ,Tuesday,(wasl nee
who/ recently, In later to E.C. Williams of Lakeland and
Up play'1 piano with a conference with Maj.] a plaque which will go jo the spontaneous dance to records doraement of Burns, High said. 'surprise.
Gen. Nguyen Khang strongman and local callers will be held Dr. J.K. Henrlcks of Winter Haven "He Is
ea.Exiles duet.Lillian football coach. Burns branded High's sugges. a very, very, popular
have vowed for several Hudak and Pat Greene premier. They reviewed the Outgoing President( TuckerToastmistress but Information was not avail FCA public relations co. tlon "preposterous," and Ed I man In Nebraska," Goldwater,
months they would resume entertained with the "Dance of general military political and chairmen.Earlier seminars were said
able at press time. Bell, Dickinson's administrative < on a national television
this month active efforts to har the Rag Dolls." Mrs. Ethel economic situation.No On May 30, the Shufflers will held In Ft. Lauderdale Jackson. program II NBC Today. "I
ass Fidel Castro's economy and Important new recommendations vile and Tampa.Representatives. MEMPHIS (AP) A luckless i
Jones and Mrs. Ethel Dlna- be hosts to six sets from the thought: he would do better than
strive for eventual overthrow of on the war against the of the 550. Memphian awoke one night: reI I that."
his regime. burg, known as the "Two Communist Viet ex. Lakeland area, and are plan member organization's public relations
Cong were Gently: with his sinuses. killing As he has before, Goldwater
The extent of damage to the Ethels, presented the pam peeled from McNamara's 30 ToastmastersIn ning on having one of their pop counsel Woody Kepner him, reached .for the little |predicted Nixon will be the man

mill and the nature of the weapons pered poodles In a style show. hour visit, an aide to the secre.tary ular out-door dances adze Four Associates, Inc.,Miami,will par squeeze-bottle beside the bed, I he has to beat for the nomlna.

used to attack It were not Sue Hcnnlng, Fay Hennlng. said. Comers. ticipate In the seminar program. and filled his nose with glue, t lion:

announced by MRP. It said It Melanie Hudak, and Shelly Joint MeetThe
hoped UiiH could be made known Accident.Victim
Williams! also gave their Impersonation -

later"This Is the first of a seriesof of"The Beatles" Undergoes tress Rise Club and and Shine The Toastmls-Toast- State Harvest On All I

attacks to come Immediate master's Club had a Joint demonstration Hitting CylindersHarvest

ly," said a spokesman at MRP. Surgery In MiamiGerald meeting Monday evening
"Our Immediate Is to the Sunshine Kitchen.
objective Estimate $100 at of Florida Hastings' 24,000 acre potato is generally good and late plant-
liquidate targets vital to the Glenn Ives, the vic Mrs. Linda Sauchelll, president vegetable Harvest win become more gen*
tim of crops melons, and potatoes hit crop was nearing the mid-way Ings are In good condition. eral this week.
hangman Castro Later on we To Car a freak accident In Im presided at the meeting and
shall go in for establishment of Damage mokalee Tuesday morning, Is re. gave the welcome to members and a new high for the season In point of harvest at the end of Volume of Fort Myers-Im Celery shipments continued

large ':P guerrilla forces in Damage was estimated at $100to i ported "doing satisfactorily" In guests. Mrs. Elizabeth Parker total carlot units shipped dur- last week. The May 2 rain mokalee spring tomatoes approximately steady but snap beans,cabbage,

our homeland. a pickup truck belonging to, the Veterans Hospital In Miami gave an Intorductory talk, telling ing the week ended May 9, with some heavy concentrations 3,400 acres win cucumbers, eggplant, leaf

Eventually we shall carry Ernest Illllman, 2420 Gordon following surgery. about Toastmistress and its pur according to the Florida Crop of hall was locally excessive continue declining the remain crops, peppers and squash were

big scalp war to Cuba against Drive, when it was struck bya Ives was first rushed to the pose. Mrs. Parker was also and Livestock Reporting Service In the area north of Hastings. der of the season. Harvest has In declining supply Cabbageare

Castro and his communists" Dumby and Etlmpson front end I Naples Community Hospital In a the toplcmlstress and Mrs. Roberta The 8,474 carlot equiva- Most fields drained rapidly and been completed In many fields mostly available at San-

conveyor on Sixteenth Avenue, critical condition, a truck hav Wilson was the toastmls. lents reported were 50 percent cool, drying winds minimized and warmer weather Is caus ford-Zellwood from the
DOWN TO THE LAST CENT South, about 10:30 o'clock yesterday ., Ing passed over the upper part tress. higher than the previous week. damage. Farmers either dugor ing vine deterioration. Size, ; celery
of his body and most of his Mrs. Wilson Introduced Everglades, Oveido-Zenwood
face the
r.Rh vr ni sr. "'pn. (tAP morning.The
covered tubers and
Weather conditions exposed depending quality, yields continue
A utility firm here apparently' pickup driven by CharlesD. i There were fractures of the jaws, speakers, Mrs. Betty Brehm and were and Island Grove areas; radishes
irked b r..m1l.'r'u''lI11l.'r' when' it Crews, 2400 Kirkwood, triedto shoulders and chest cage. Mr. Cliff Wenzel Mrs.Brehm's Ideal for uninterrupted harvest; on age of plantings, good. Volume from the Maria- and leaf crops from the

mailed him a final bill for one pass the conveyor when the The victim regained conscious. speech was titled, "Governmentand field activity the previous week thereby saving most damaged tee-Ruskin Wauchula area Everglades and Zellwood; snap

cent.' latter, driven by Kenneth K.Usry ness at the hospital and Informed the Family Budget," and was slowed by recurring showers fields. Shipments from this spring crop Increased last beans and squash from Plant

The .onipany received' 11 check of St. Petersburg, made a left hospital personnel he was a vet. Wenzel' speech was titled"HowTo The state-wide rain of area, supplemented by light week. About 4,400 acres are City Sanford and North Florida

made out for one penny. The turn Into the truck without giving eran of World War llandthrough Lose Friend" May 2 was abnormally heavy movement from the Balm area being grown In this area and ; cucumbers from Wauchula,

heck' si mi carried' the comment' : a signal. The conveyor was i efforts of Tommy Kehoe, coun, Vince Conboy was the speech In the extreme northern peninsula of HUlsborough County, total- harvest will continue Into June. Sanford Webster and slowly

"N,. dollar, Mile enne" undamaged, said the police re., ty veterans officer, he was ad. evaluator for Mrs. Brehm'stalk, Several points between 'ed 1,482 carlots, more than Yields, quality and size are Increasing In North Florida.

------.--..,..- .port. milled to the hospital In Miami, and Mrs. Ilildy Olsen was speech Jefferson and Duval counties double that of previous week. good. The 800 acre crop In Pepper harvest
Officer Jerry Wlnebrenner where surgery was performed. evaluator, for Wenzel's speech. past peak
measured 5 or more itches Ina Watermelons, shifting Into the North Central area Is expected at Fort and
made the investigation for the Ives was taken to the Miami Mrs. Wanda Clark was general Myers-Immokalee
24 hour period on that date. high week before last, really to yield below normal
police department. No arrests i hospital In an ambulance of the evaluator and Gabe Luff was is getting under way at Plant
cooler weather with abundant hit the road last week.. as a result of bloom following
QUALITY were made.TIMING. Earl G. Hodge's Funeral Home. master evaluator. Refreshments Dry, open drop City Samord-Webster, Egg-
It was reported at the time of were served after the meeting.The sunshine prevailed 2,272 carlot equivalents were heavy rains. A few tomatoes plant In limited supply continues

WAS RIGHT the accident that Ives was found next meeting for the Toast throughout the state followingthis shipped, more than two times were picked last week. to be available at Pompano and

PEAFOfMANCE PARTRIDGE. Kan. (AP) on a spot just vacated by a mistress Club will he May 27. rain lasting all week. the previous week's l,070cars. has started at Plant City.

William Miller and his "ife were 1957 or 1958 model red OU at noon, at the Elk's Club. The Sweet corn shipments Increased Prices declined rapidly reflecting .

witching a storm from their mond T semi-trailer, and the next meeting for the Toast to 1.163 carlots duringthe this Increase. Says Too Many

rural house when'. he saw hi.Iwo.Uler Highway Patrol has a state,wide master's Club will be May 28, week ended May 9, mostly

outdoor toilet fly alert out for the truck. Authorities at 6:30 p.m. at the Elk's Club. the result of sharply accelerated PEAK LOCALLY Ride Who OughtTo [EXCLUSIVE AT RAR

put on a gust of wind agree the driver of the harvest from the Everglades' Harvest continues at peak
The lots didn't disturb Miller. truck was not aware of the accident Walking
20,000 level at ImmokaleeIs increasIng
acre spring
He had just completed: '. installing and no charges are ;wnd. COPS, SORR\1 crop. Our Special
Generous supplies will be avail- at 1ndlantown and has stan- PHILADELPHIA
AP Ern.
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indoor plumbing. Ing. In the April 26 edition of The
News it was stated in the report able throughout May If ed In the Arcadla-Ft. Meade- est Marples British minister of IndividualityIn

of sales sufficient labor can l be obtained Lake Placid( area. Crops are transport, says too many peo.
{/ :r: county realty that Lots ,
John W. Gray ;' I, 2 and 3, Block DSouth Taml- for complete harvest., Zell- responding well to better weather pie ride when they should walk.

Agent Arthritis Medical Su ami Heights, had been sold.Thls wood's 7,150 acre corn crop In most areas. Marples, here to study the

Naples, Fla. bursitis Shortwave ) was erroneous. It should have Is making excellent progressand Tomato shipments also Increased city's transportation system, GIFTS

I j I Neuritis Ultra Sound J read "Block B." light harvest will nan with 1.643 carlots or a says perhaps one way to solve
Hat been .iNnll"d i I this problem Is tor to
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wotBy .
: .. 1 J ? PERKASIE Pi. (A1>)- 'TM' work Is "The Good Earth," for
: j ., .. f a a wonderful world for wrltr which she received a Pulitzer
JANE MARTIN : ,. .. .. 'J he moat exciting time In his. Prize In 1832. Thzt book prompt
.' \ .ory, yet our American writer ed one critic to call Mis Buck
.. ire curiously Isolated from II," one of "the foremost living
j t tI lay novelist Pearl Buck novelists of the world" and "the
From Butte, Montana, to Naples, Fla., Is quite t '- I Approaching her 72nd birth ablest living Interpreter of the

move, but the Richard L. Cox family Is adjusting quickly., .'. \ r ,I lay only a little more than a Chines character."
I t month away-*. occupied with Born In HUlsboro W, Va.,
And In a traditionally friendly Naples manner, Mrs. John .I.1. .., \ plan and project a* ever In June 28, 18112, Miss Buck settled
Emerson Jr. Invited 15 friends for coffee on Friday to 't ,.,J"... .At. I her distinguished literary on a 4XXacre( farm In thl* picturesque -
career Mis Buck think thatIsolation region many year
meet Mrs. Cox. .9.... )-
i .A I I. so pronounced that ago Here she founded Welcome
Mr. Cox Is the new manager of General T.V. He,, """, .,I..,, ",' III'" H "the reader are getting aheadof House an unusual kind of adop.

Mrs. Cox and their small son Scotty are living on South ; \: k. \ /.. the writers" tlon agency' which she I* ...
Broad Court. 4 I 1l' ,I "This will have to change," tending national/,
r, ) to- she said In an Interview at her Over the, year Welcome
Dr. and Mrs. George Porter (Priscilla Parker) of ; ,I r Buck County farm home, "be. House has given its attention
cause our writer mainly to children of America
Richmond, Ind., announce the birth of a daughter, Prudence limply cUenot
J NEW GUILD OFFICERS Following an Installs responding secretary; Miss Shaw ; Mrs. Gerald go on and on being out of Asian parentage Hundreds of
on April 22nd. Mrs. James W. Parker, 11th Avenue tune with their time, the time these have been placed In
tion luncheon at the Beach Club Hotel on Saturday Boyle, president ; Mrs. Ted Brack vice-president ;
South, and Dr. and Mrs. John Porter, of Lebanon, newly elected officers of St. Ann's Guild, Mrs Anthony Caivano, treasurer and Mrs Allan tunes we have with been its expecting for cen. American home.
fnd., are the grandparents. line up for the photographer in the hotel'a Reef DeLand recording secretary. Guest speaker for of people changing, its birth relationships of beautiful Sharing.Mis home are Buck's her four own :

Although Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sledge are now livingIn Room the only exception being Miss Gertrude the occasion was William J. Cunningham, who nation, its dramatic challenge adopted children three girl and '.

Belleville, III., they have a great affection for Naples, Shaw who is president of the Southwest Coast gave a talk on "Can We Trust the Kremlin?" to leadership everywhere a boy. Her husband, Richard J.
their former home. and the three children Deanery. From left : Mrs William Kearns, cor- (McGrath photo) "Those I call our older young.er Walsh, New York publisher
They are writer are concerned with died four year ago.
here now visiting at the Beachway with Mr. and Mrs. thing other than the Immediate
anybody else appreciates It fine people, gracious peopU I.I world, In which each day seems
David Chirgwin, who feel sure that, before leaving, the when he know that If he had proud people and not warlike'" to bring more change and new
Sledges will make plans for their next trip back. Yankee Doctors Prized not been treated by some qual. Savage ald. "They are the vie:< problem. Orchid Society

Mrs. Winfield Firman returned on Sunday to her Ifled surgeon he. would have Urns of outside aggression" "But 1 am sure the new Elects Officers
Da Nang where Savage wa* writer will
died."We emerge
home in Port Washington, L. I., after visiting her par. are reaching the peasant stationed, is a city of about 50.,. out of the Peace Corp a* well For Coming Year
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Fisher. The Fishers plan to By Both Sides In Viet who has no other source of medical 000 near the border of Laos an d a* from the college and unlver.
service and It Is appre. about 75 miles south of the Con!I.> city campuses where) there ftp- At the regular monthly meet.
stay In Naples through May, and then go to their homeIn elated When you travel in rural munlst North Viet Nam bordei.'. pear to be a marked aware- Sag of the Naples Orchid 5clety<
Carmel, N. Y. WASHINGTON (AP) In his February to May 1 stint In areas. .you can hear "Bac si, Leading the American mec I.' near of what 1* happening her held recently the following of.
South Viet Nam, where death a Viet Nam hospital Tuesday be. bac ii I,1 on all Ides. It mean teal teams are and now." fleer were elected to ..rvelor
Mrs. Richard Tucker leaves the 20th for her horns
comes with the stealth and suddenness fore heading home. doctor in English, and you can At Da Nang Dr. Edgar Arct h. Miss Buck won 'the Nobel !i the coming year, by unanimous
in Biltmore Forest, N. C. Mrs. Tucker will stay well into of a tiger's pounce, the The work of the American hear it everywhere you go. er Dillard Jr., of Durham, N.C,>, Prize for literature In 1038. Shen ballot:
fall for the spectacular foliage change that takes placeIn lives of a small group of Amer. medical teams among the "You turn around and see a a native of Augusta Ga.| at Ca I* now working on a novel about Murlell V. Larrabee, presl.
lean doctors are prized by both peasants he said, Is "provingour former patient all miles. He Tho, Dr Robert Norton of Grit i. India. dent;
that beautiful mountain area, before returning to Spyglass side In the guerrilla fighting most effective count*.Communist greets you and say surely you nell, Iowa, and Dr. Robert EC I IThe daughter of Americant Thelma E. Croendyke, vice

Lane. "I didn't feel unsafe," said program" remember him. You stop and wards of Wilder, N.I.; and i missionaries, she grew up in president;
Dr. Henry C. Savage, a U.S. He said the Americans1 workIs think twice. Then you see a scar Nha Trang Dr. Frank Black c II> China, spent; many adult year Nance B. Greenneld, sacra
MOORINGS LADIES ORGANIZE Public Health Service surgeon aimed primarily at helping you recognize, or maybe It I I. a Grand Junction Colo. there, taught there, wrote about tary;
The ladies at The Moorings Country Club are in the Just back from duty In a Viet civilians, Including thousands child with a foot In a cast you Savage laid additional doc:. the country became steeped In Mary E. Vhl treasurer
') Nam city. "I wouldn't dare caught up and Injured In the put on. tore, nurses and technicians ar* Its culture and tradition In. Also elected to serve as
process of organizing under the temporary leadership of walk through Central Park at bloody skirmishes between the "And you find there i I. very badly needed. evltably the talk turned to trustee of the society were Betty
Mrs. Ted Reeves, and Mrs. Virginia Edwards as cochairman night, but I drove around Da Communist Viet Cong and the much concern on the part of the China. Barnett sod Ruth Booker.
( Nang at night" VA backed government forces. Vietnamese for the safety She believe that China Color slides on orchid culture
and Mrs. Milton Link as treasurer Wednesday has None of tho doctors serving on Out, he said, Viet Cong also of the American personnel:" Undergoes Knife will cast off Red rule evellootually and were presented by Murlelle Lar-
been designated as Ladies Day, and $10 the fee for a the three American medical slip In for treatment. "They are On the general situation In become a nation nut unlike the rabee through the courtesy of the
year's membership. Any Interested lady golfers are teams In South Viet Nam "re- brought In, these young wound.ed Viet Nam, he expressed belief At Age Of 112 United Elate of today. How Weyerhauser Lumber Companyof
themselves but healthy VC," he laid, that "without American support Tacoma
gard II on a hatardou ,
ROSWELL AP A soon this cone to
N.M. ( ) i may pass,
welcome to join. For Information contact one the alignment," laid Savage adding this Is a lost cause" and that if Roswell hospital patient wh,o she says, depends on how quick.. Arrangement were made at
temporary officers or the pro shop. Savage 47 father of 10 children "And we feel that this pro. Viet Nam Is lost to communism, says he I.I 112 year old number* ly and comprehensively China this meeting for the membersend
and chief of In the gram I I. an effective instrument Cambodia and Lao "will also go guest to meet at VooJDoo
Speaking of The Moorings, the clubhouse will set surgery among his visitor the voungej; t can be exposed to the rest ufi.
Public Health Service hospital because anybody appreciateshi. right In." Orchid for the summer monthS.
3 his 22 the world, especially the West. '
< Core i.
the stage for a gay party on Thursday, May 2 ht. In In Seattle, told newsmen about life! being saved A VC or "Th Vietnamese are really nado, 10. children. y "What Is needed, and what In Refreshment were served foU

"An Ode To A Party" hosts Mr and Mrs. Milton Link J uua C orunA....u. recowri rag the end will take place In China, lowing the meeting.

issued some 200 invitations, cleverly written In verse. i if from abdominal surgery, say:i I* reform from within. Red How to do It: To remove the
f he was born Christmas Da China I I. a perfect Illustration
Mrs. H. W Seeley will be down next week from k :f using from a two- to sin-pound
f ''I11i i t 1 6 1851 In Corpus Christ!, Tex. H> of the truth that revolution piece of Canadian style bacon
Indianapolis to pick up her mother, Mrs. Betty Dutton said h* lost his birth certlflcat: t revolution mind you, not re. that I I. to be ovn-cook: before

Lilley. They plan a brief stop in Sea Island, Ga., before In a fire several year ago. form-Is the worst thing that slicing, hold the bacon under
Coronado said he had bee a can happen to a country, setting
cold running water, then slip off
reaching Brevard, N. C., for the graduation from Junior married three time. fie and It back a thousand yean, she the casing. Bake in a slow ((325

College of Mrs. Seeley's daughter. Ms present wife Eudclla, wenmarried e laid degrees) oven to an Internal
; in 1980 when she wai s By general consent, her finest of 170 .
The three will journey to Indianapolis, and then temperature degr.ea
15. They have had 17 children
Mrs.i lilleY\lncLMrs. Seeley' will| be',oft again) this time : : Two are dead. t
for another Seeley daughter's graduation in Waterbury, : : Eah t hit da Ill* physician says Corona Specie.! Pric** on Expert Hair
1* In better health than mos Bleaching Tinting and Hair Frosting
Conn. With the accomplished Mrs. Dutton
graduations persons at age 60. Until hi
will go to Greenwich, Conn., for the remainder of the went to the hospital last week TM* w..k.'peclal!

summer. 1I .,.... Coronado worked two or thrill Permanent.
t day a week a* a gardener $1" ro
Mr. and Mrs. William McKelvey have returned to ywave JU*. IM.OO
after with Mrs. John 1-+ IMIa1N. Net Cut a ItyteTry
their home in Atlanta, Ga., days Ministure biscuit are delightful

Lazear, Gordon Drive. The last of the month Mrs. lazear'will to serve with soup. To mike Mr. Will New Body Hair Cut! )fU.*.,our let

leave for several months in Pittsburgh and Llgonier, these, use a rich biking powder Uy better end keep the frill out of four permanent
biscuit recipe, roll the dough
Pa. bout 1/4-inch thick and cut into
I i JI mall biscuit with a 1-inch WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
round cutter.
+.re1 oar list. *v. UHI PSa II 5.7411ri'
Bahama Clubbers are scattering to different partsof w

the country for the summer ijionths.\ Mrs. George ---.- -

Kremer and Mrs. Beatrice DeRose are in Scottsville, Va., A DISPLAY of surgical l instruments has been set up in the lobby of the

Naples Community Hospital as part of the plans to recognize National "
at Mrs. Kremer's farm. daddy.
Hospital Week. !Head Nurse Angeline Cahtri (r) explains to "Volunteens"the ? I ; ,
Mr and Mrs. Paul Williams and their guests, Mr. purposes of the instruments. Sherry Ison ((1)) and Linda Stowell .i ,' come on In, the weather's fine"'
and Mrs. Theodore Combs, left Tuesday for Washington, (NEWS photo) t t

D.C. On the 20th, the foursome will go to New York ._ eo _

and the Vorld's Fair before the Combs leave for their 'Needless Fear'Many leers to provide many extra Individual .
cervices for you, cur II
home In San Marino, Cal The Williamsas are looking piques to discover what alls yo l Y

forward to the middle of June and attending the Na. First-Timers Worry las patient libraries and othe .

tional Open P.G.A. golf tournament which will be played recreational diversions

at the Congressional Golf Club in Washington. So relax, Bertolaml advise
if you're destined for the hoi
Mrs. C. E. Ball leaves tomorrow for Ocala and the About Entering HospitalBY pltal and put yourself In the car

opening session that evening of the state convention of of many 1w1.1,skilled. and understand

Christian Churches. During the summer from her homein .

Harlan, Ky., Mrs. Ball will make frequent trips to You could JOHN be one BYRAM of the mil. age days.length Thirty of year hospitalization ago the aver.wa S I

Lexington to see her daughter and family. And In Augustshe lions of our citizens who faces 14 days, but now the national !

will make her yearly trip to North Carolina. hospitalization sometime this average, according to figure released i
year If so, you will probably In connection with the
Mr and Mrs. W. C. Kite, also of the Bahama Club, wonder what it will be like, current National Hospital Week, you

left Port Everglades on Monday for an extended trip timer.particularly If you're a "first 1* less than eight, thank larg :

abroad. They were joined for the first part of the trip Approximately one out of eight ly to medical advances, new By :

by their son and daughter-in-law who will leave themIn American will enter a hospl. equipment exist and a few service thatdidn't Quintin E. Van Dn Veer
tal during 1964 and years lfo.1nNapl. Bob Shane, a member of
Rome. Later the Kites will be met in Switzerland by naturally .* Community Hospital the
many of them will be worried.But the popular Kingston Trio
another son and his family., Although they return to they shouldn't be, according is average 5.8 days length, according of a patient's to Ber stay recently had this to say .with flameless electric

New York In July their plans for Naples were not definite.Not to Joseph C. Bertolaml, adminIstrator tolaml.! regarding the sometimes j
Fred L. Gibson of the Naples Commun. "Hospital have never don elusive search for ,.
everyone is leaving. returned sac ": AIR CONDITIONINGHow
ity Hospital."The more for patients.and never doneIt
Club the first of the week She "The carrel of our sue-
to the Bahama major reason for concern a* well a* they do today, he
about hospltallzatton Is fear of case U, In one word work. t
flew week to Mr. and Mrs.
to Louisville, Ky., a ago join says.
the unknown," he A doc. You lutes to volte
says. "To provide for your car you your
Martin Lynch, Bow line Drive, who drove up for the tor's recommendation for sur. have a highly trained organization I on tape, you go to a vocal' I I refreshing to step into the cool cool, comfort

Derby. Mrs. Gibson and Mr and Mrs. lynch enjoyed a gery for example, may upset of employee and staff member roach, you practice on {, of an electrically air conditioned home! A delightful,

leisurely motor trip through the Great Smokies to Naples. you and lead you to expect painor to serve you In Naples there your Instruments. Event. t tj healthy kind of "cool" nukes it so nice inside.
even fear fatal consequence.
1.7 for
are employee every pa.
"If natural to feel some ap. tlent. But the most comfortln ally you don't sound quiteas Th.....'. no simmer in summer when you enjoy
GOING NORTH BY TRAIN prehension, but consider this bad as you did" comfortable
thing is the knowledge that team 1t weather control. Pleasant days,
Mr and Mrs. O. Howard Wolfe are taking the train even U surgery 1* required, you of specialist arc working for Svend Aim ua.en, violinistof night. You live better, sleep better, fuel. better.

instead of motoring north this year. They go to Milford, will probably be able to return you, many behind the scenes." the currently hot 8w.. I Your home is cleaner and quieter because dust and
home within a week or ten day You'll be aware of the nurse Dane combo,
there until after electionsnext spent twoyears N noise are locked out. The air 1 ia kept free of
Pa., and will probably stay and resume your normal actlvl. and staff doctor, BertoUml explains.But In a Gerns prison t
fall. ties a few week later." there areother..many exceie moisture helps prevent mold and mildew.

claims several Neapolitans for the A doctor won't recommend of whom have had year*of edura. tr-of-war camp duringw'w' id Year-round reverie-cycle models perform
New York state surgery unless there' an excel tlon and experience working to II. The charge ,
summjr months. Mrs. Aubrey Evans i at the Evans' homein lent chance It will considerably apply the newest medical tech Playing America Jan 0' I 1 ) double job. They comfort-cool: your home in summer

Barneveld, near Utica. Col. and Mrs. Charles Jacobsenare benefit you, Bertolami says. And and how to make you better, during the Nazi occupation ii warm it in winter.
In most case of surgery, the In addition, there are volun of his native Ie*. tr i tried
Harold Carefree, trouble-free electric air conditioning
and Mr. and Mrs. Batty are at :
in Syracuse, patient I* safer than he I I. drlv. nark .
Islands. fog an automobile,he adds. t and proven a marvel simplicity. Now
1,000 He has these suggestions for Select. a fin organ or everyone can enjoy electric: air conditioning prices
Mr. and Mrs. C. Vernon Bowes also have a cottageat the prospective patient: (1) Don't STANLEY piano from VAN DER are lower than ever!

1,000 Islands where they spend part of the summer. .worry (2) Relax (3)Try to enjoy VEER MUSIC CENTMt, ;

In August they will be at Covewood Lodge in Big Moose, your lIay."Except. Home Products !1919 Ith St. and be oa Many sizes and models for every requirement See your
for the most serious your way toward becominga appliance dealer or air conditioring contractor today
N. Y. which is owned by C. Vernon Bowes Jr. And on .
surgery or nines, a patient In Cheek O* Oar I good musician The Initrument ,
in the fall. Mr, and Mrs. Bowes a hospital normally doesn't face I Ittt
the way north and again : Spring Special For !I. half the battle .

will spend a month at the Baltusrol Club in New Jersey. ror i;an uncomfortable one thing" you'll time,be"he lit says one, CLEANING *: I at the beginning rQtk1ttIard) ,flurneless. /

.fll! the mow efficient places In MOTHPROOFINGContact I and our laitrumeut. give 0
the world and the greater lnspration and farillty I,', .CIA.e. fee5 /
< only place -
< ; Ads <;; which eon n'rat.. its total effort HEDY HUNTER to ,'1ukla..hl,. e -
1 Read the Want 1 mii' each patient well MI 2-1)41 Can MI J."J2 for ,are fLOIID' POWER & LIGHT COMPART

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According to Biblical ourt It U also l pointed out that cigarette .
taxes in this nation
The Fate Of Alligator AlleyIt 1.1.Syria Babel where was they a place not only In ancient tried'II,i low compared to Europe only >
to build a tower toward the U: 9c in U.S. as compared to a
Ic Lax pack In England ,
moon but they ipoke In so 43 per
38 5c tax In Ireland 41.8c In
Is 8 a,m. on Wednesday, May 13 when one considers that several milesof knew many what strange the other tongues fellow 10'8up Sweden, and 10 on Largely

This Is an Important day for Collier Coun. the Trail between Fort Myers and A to There eemi to be glmilrity overlooked U the act that the I
capita consumption of clgiiretlrt '
ty, for today In Tallahassee the Florida Naples is in process of being four-laned, along to the a Pa more_modern'_ place'photo l per in America 1 is muchhigher j
Supreme Court Is scheduled to hear oral a short stretch is now being four.laned tomac And than 555 In these nations
arguments on the validation suit for in East Naples, and prospects look good while eta, not rock town i I M for the nonce It I* perhaps j

the $17 million bond Issue to finance for an additional four-laning project from are used well) lo overlook the economlo I
Y" l I consideration which would Indicate
construction of the Naples-Ft. Lauderdale Central Avenue in Naples north to Pine for project a moon, the that the higher the cigarette .

toll road now affectionately known Ridge, (Surely) Dade County can arrangefor anguagecon, lax the lower the con
I sumption. And of course, reduction
hereabouts as "Alligator Alley." four-laning its sec'ion of the Trail.) 8Gp9By A c larentlv fusion ii the ap- In consumption In this nation -

It Is Inconceivable (but nothing is The same voices lament that the pro. : i J BAKE.u same would also reduce the
amount that would be derived
impossible) that the Court will find fault posed two-lane toll road would be a L c Some.s.time C, w, H rdtr to war on poverty But thin

in the bond Issue since a number of dangerous speedway for hot-rodders and vt ago the nlted burgeon General viewpoint I* perhaps too practical

others, so similar as to be twins, have speed-mad motorists.. They seem to for ; O 0 ; 4.l issued antic a molting(trim report la a cause that tie-of and thus.immaterial. ISo

been initiated by the Florida Development get that the Tamiami Trail has for 40 & lung canter, niKliud. It Is well lo Imagine -
I the must delightful set of
Commission and approved by the courts years had only two-lanes and we don't ImnndiMlrlv.5.the rieUril'mdo 1'1I1'ut111xrlllhllt will result It the

as was the Alligator Alley bond issue recall that either the Miami or Tampa .l Commission; which Surgeon General cmitmuc his
\\lIl'l1illll, the H'C mu/rlc cigairtlo -
validated the Leon Circuit television stations "tore would much rather fool around .
by County newspapers or d\'01'tUing, mid the office
with chore t" avoid doing
their shirts" to get it four-laned. Why the uta principal any Job of enforcing I'f' Education decides torlll'll'lIlln
Court.But HKHiiiHt", i' 'rites
whether the Supreme Court finds sudden bleeding hearts for hotroddersand I'i the anti trust law jumped Into while ui Hie "Hnllime mm Cong'
the act to consider a bun on
for or against the bond issue, It is speed-mad motorists? d\rilining of cigarette. i CM IIHUSCH H l\i.h dtJHirtle, tax
\In WHI oil (Mixnlv. .
about time that Miami, Tampa and other In view of the keen Interest shownin .5. .5.

of the find the of i '' .fir r.t In addition he federal unit.t'of metal! I'uhllt Health and
metropolitan areas state out Alligator Alley by mayors .1 v(4"( ise duration considers a tarnalgn .
Mutation: hurrau release win
that Collier County is not, as apparently Tampa and Miami (and taking into con '" .',i:1, f} to discourage cigarette issue warning agalnxt imokIIIR. -

they think, a suburb under their control. sideration bits of information one has molting Agriculture, while In Hpendlng I',", l epl tiiunerpart of- the .'1'(' Mill require e*<'hpaikagc
In a warningthat
We are not dependent on them and heard) it I it not unreasonable to assume fund equalling 1417 the prudmt U dangerous;

only a very few elected officials in the that the only road that might be delayed Ohio million, report Rep. to('Iarf'n entourage('" Brown for-, On the other hand whatever
hiirrmm warn on poverty will
area feel obliged to follow the instruct by our toll road would be a limited access '%.IfA'I:w7 j.y yjaM ye'xtMlMnrls rlgners lo smoke cigarettes, he ursine people tot smoke

tions of metropolitan area television and freeway built on a bee-line from Tam tlZJR/ll- 5. more l" bring In the taxes.
.., And now Sumtm' Gaylord Thin bureau. In order lo keep
newspaper editorialists.Just pa to Miami that would completely mist _" ;<: ', >, Nelson i>f Winconnin, hue lulled from offending; the other bu-

recently a toll road from down this section of the West Coast. : : ..:,. .." ... ................ .. ... ..-. far a 'war on pmcity calling rrauH will undoubtedly adopta
for fodoial rxpcnditutri if $10 ulngan KID'h an the following
town Miami to the Homestead area was However, none of these things should iilllon over the ntxt 10 years, "("trllt.t lamer to Cure Poverty

proposed with a bond issue to provide enter Into the hearing at Tallahassee today Today InWashington .5. -"Smnkr mi Ivlrn: Pack
The Best of Boyle Where' the money In tonic Today," And seine agnosticbellete '
financing but not one word has been It is understanding that the
our from? Through a live tent Pf"park that the story of Babel

thundered out against it by these same Supreme Court is only interested in By The T N..I Increase rw"r"Ie In 1_cigarettes IM1.In., In merely a folklore myth

newspaper and television pundits. Nor whether or not the bond Issue is valid ASSOCIATEDPRESS By HAL BOYLE .

has the American Automobile Association not what the mayors of Tampa and Miamior

which has fought Alligator Alley ( their newspapers and television stations NEW YORK (AP)-Things a to the left, When a friend leaves, FUNNY BUSINESS
WASHINGTON (AP)-In the columnist might never know if never turn and watch him go
tooth and nail had
anything to say ) think about Alligator Alley.
news from Washington: he didn't open his mall: out of sight, for If you do you
about the proposal. If Collier Countians have to ask per. PROBE: The chiefs of the FBI Of Interest to World's Fair will never see him again.

These learned Miami eggheads say mission of officials and news media of and Central Intelligence Agency visitors: Only 19 per cent of the Worth remembering: "Cheer p C3r
testify Thursday before the IVi million people who work In upl! These may be the old days
construction of Alligator Alley will kill metropolitan areas before we can builda Warren Commission Investigating mid-Manhattan live outside the you'll be sighing for 20 years it/

any chance of getting the Tamiami Trail road with our own money thenthere's John F. Kennedy's assassi city, but they hold 36 per cent hence" Arnold Glasow .

four-laned This sounds nation. of the top executive, administrative Twice as many Americans attend .
utterly stupid got to be some changes made f
The commission announcedthat and professional jobs concerts or recitals as is v II II Iii y'' I I IQP
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover Alice Ramsey, credited with go to major league baseball ita
will be heard In the morning being the first woman to games. And we have at leastas
followed by CIA Director JohnA drive across the United States, many amateur painters as
.othe saf McCona. steered her way from here to we do people who lake out huntIng .
{ ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Presumably both will be San Francisco with three worn licenses.
asked, among other things, en companions In 1909 In a Max- It was Lord Rochester who
about their organizations' Investigations well. It took them 35 days observed, "Before I got married
here and abroad after Humane society officials estimate I had six theories about bring.
j the president was shot In Dallas that more than 100,000 tog up children; now I have six
Nov 22 and Lee Harvey Oswald, homeless cats and 75,000 dogs children, and no theories."
who once embraced Marxism die each year of exposure or

y ", : andfctrlBdj'Ult' in, th., Soviet,starvation. in Now*York City. L
L 4r Union for a whltewaoccs:.(| *|(. Quotable,jiotaUesi .Nothing
of being the sniper. f Is a waste of time If you use ::e ).1'' ,

Today the commission hears! the experience wisely" Au. M
from two officers of the Dallas guste Rodin.
polite department' criminal Intpllijpnce Journalism Is a risky occupation e
division-U. Jack Re. In China, It's oldest newspaper sloth/, [ M4RTYR
vllle, the division's superintendent / Is over a thousand years
and detective V. J. Brian. old, and It is reported that dur. "He stuck on those phony feet to get sympathy-his
DRAFT: Selective Service ing that time 800 of Its editors mom won't let him come out to play!"
Director Lt Gt>n. Lewis B. lost their heads for criticizing
Ilershry has told Congress why authorities.
he doesn't favor Induction of The word blackmail literally
married men. means "black rent." Along the
They have too many outside Scottish border in olden times, r
Tlu Chn.M.n tf WittMonliw distractions, Ilershcy told the farmers paid cattle In tribute to o

'How art the I tourirt down Ibere Mr Reginald" House Appropriations Committee outlaws to be left safe from pil .
__ _.. In tehtlmony released TIMS. lage. U they paid In sliver rath.
dayAlso er than In cattle, this was .;r
The Johnson StyleIn he said: "A married known as "whltemail

I nun In the grad of private Is Quips from our contemporaries "....
more expensive than a non. : "Too often a man keeps his
Washington; Latin America and Asia commissioned officer who In nose to the grindstone just so
single One of the most exp'n. his wife can turn hers up at the
'. Live is a man with dl'IK'ndt'nts. neighbors' Klwanis r'Rt p, a 1tmk
i isn I easy to come out against ounce of the charm and just plain magazine ?
The trouble ,
mother love. People who don't hap. humanness that he probably you have all the
with people In the service Despite; the tremendous in.
pen to like the Johnson style for couldn't suppress if he would. Is with those who have dtpendents. -. crease in automobile traffic, pedestrian .
complex reasons are up against: the The "st)'le" however is not all ." deaths have been cut

fact that a lot of people do like it assets, It can make trouble in the lit'rshf>' said It was his mom.memhtton nearly In half during the last

without having to explain why to politics of allied governments, as it that led President quarter of a century They
Johnson to halt drafting of nur. droiX'd| | from a record 15,500foUUtica .
themselves or anybody else. And recently did in West Germany rued
men |1I.ld| this brought In 1937108,2001.151).ar.Fulklllrl'l .
in this the is close .when the forthright President
case "style" cry was a marriage rush among draft Tho two best good k
to being the man himself. discovered to have offered advicein age men? ilerslu'y said ht had luck coins are a $5 gold pieceor w

This is not to say that there was a too uninhibited way to Chan. no figures but, aiowjt, he said a bright new penny If a wr, 1

no element of staging in this week's cellor Erhard at the Johnson ranch.So It was Mutable' whether( "thu squirrel crosses your path, nu ,
f..lI"who ran Into malilniony will have good luck If he .
presidential press conference. This far on the domestic front its
to gel awafrom in to the right bad luck If he
gtttlng ran
remarkable gathering, held on the sweep seems able to carry all be. might run away frill evenbuhelse ,' hsM

White House lawn, seemed jovially fore it bea les' ears fast driving, alter he got in."

intended to cut the steel-hearted an overcharge: I'C personal noncha. dIe aaerr ala.M .
Washington press corps down to lance notwithstanding. But hun. 9CCTEN ABASE pw pw "

a minority among its own adoring dreds of millions of non-Amcricani N XV.. t LJv'fIU' : T O M A TC C I D E HCTARI p St .'sots Ians'a IIl1") r..e 1 {.

wives and skeptical offspring, lire watching Johnson, too, with A F.LDE17 w

President Johnson must be easily anxious regard for the effect of his \ "\ PrEtN C SiE L E D PRODI CING: the I'eYork Grid's Fair IS caS v' ,if you are a mag.cian. : or try

the most disarming! opponent the administration on their securityand I t1u..rl 1,11 U 1111,1., q : T E H N 1 t. ma photography' In 19J9 Lmng.tone ( left) waved his magic. wand and presto''

permanently embattled pressmen piospeutv. III b S"IllIr'III 14.uh 1"lame, LK D A.,_ C. riI the Hemisphere and Try Ion appeared out of hu! top hat. To mark this, year' Fair

have ever encounteied. He knows In all Mr Johnson does betweennow (told J I.MII' B EIHIA'T E s 0 AiR'S' openmgMark, Wilson, right, ) laid, "lIakazam' and the Unisphere, lOpped out of

his tactics are being watched with and November there must bea II turrtd"r: 17 J"IIItl Alc }A E N VIpIR Im silk topper Wilson willproJUCe the "Hall of Magic" show at ihe Fair, These

hawks' eyes "O'erexposure1"Corn" strong element of political campaigning ; Jt"hotlt,1 .It .\n.lll U T'A DAL D A BIi :5-var-apart photos by our columnist, illustrate|| how optical perspective
LuICUMAmuihcr can pro-
"I he does I ilabgl 1 3SJIoLn: ALONE duce
? Or what have you What must seemto photo magic.
Jo (,uid" M ARIA E T A P F. Sgoddea
he the national How
hope Mr. Johnson replies (as serve good.
did at the press confcicncc-cum- lie dues it will r'"pend on the needto U :MmiduIliilal' 37 teiuiid 1'ainlu n"tt T R Y S ,T SCR E M C By IRVING Ntwmoturt DESFORAP him from magic the !roof By of photographing my buildingand one thai did the trick beat was

lawn part) "the press will never be liked bv more than half the jy Mnal! SOLUTION C* YESTMDAY PUZZLE ttith the opening of the bv calculating the correct a 35mm single-lens rdlucam..ra

be critical of me for being over- people more than half the time. 15 Uifpt draught |M(>\\,:\ :New Yorkorld's Fair, it perspective and depth of field You * accessible" Touch Would the Johnson manner surmount 17 landi.ilnt.: 40 I IUI'! H.l.tHI'r! I was able to picture a magician:
1 (.rreii m is safe to predict that the with a single-lens reflex
Thoughtful people who fl'cl'rr the political ravages; of an :20. "yuii((rut out|pram U vu n.ljljltrlli.1 ip|''" (6.tiruuuludge Court ruiiailoii area of Flushing Meadows, waving has the magic Hemisphere: wand and producing and end the telephoto lens made the
humble in the shadow of national economic setback a disaster on civil :2 Bombast' Unisphere appear larger and amore
goddess H ) aria i.'oItr' 4i 1'1,1111"11.111I : l.1. will become the most Trylon, aymholi, of the '39 Fair
and world ptoblcnn-laual tension rights: a scandal such as the Bobby i 3 Of flue birds concentrated tartct for world from has top hat Naturally it photo important element in the

poverty, the intcmational balance Baker case has: suggested as pos / r I I J e J :;: 7 a y S. 'eededIa camera fan for the two years was an optical illusion or trick The problem of and
of terror and the tricky duff- sible' It iluos not look now as if ", : : 6. ,\nlc1e of it* existence. I It* spectacular photography depth of field la very exposure important,

Ing of the diplomatic landscapemay -. the r.r ldcllt't position i Is going to / :/ II 7 Rough buildings its colorful activities The idea still seemed good too, in this case because it i*
and assorted multitude will
n* and this
feel uncomfortable because of challrn.ed; in this v\av. II 8. ,,",uhng try year time 1 enlistedthe necessary: that both the magician
IJ proud endless *ur in the
the President's inahilitv So people will be asking mote 9 KilllIf of foreground and the Uni-
apparent III ti\Or every type ol camera, day our ABC-T\ "Magic: Landof pier in the
be his and often what underneath VIS i6 r"// 17 and Allakaiam" background be in
to overawed by assignment: more moves 12 niht. and producer of a I"ua. This
1'l': / kgog was
Not since Teddy Roosevelt has thr the 1I1 'le. One answer seemsto / ie I' II lb. iroquulan ,A Uorld' Fair i* a magical "tUII. of Magic": show in the by hooting at a comparativelyalow accomplished:

nation witnessed so zestful a pu- l hr. a capacity for kct'pinglnre.. :19.: Deride\ creation that appear suddenly General Cigar pavilion at thiayear'a speed (U 60th). a mill
full of fond Fair.
wonder excite We
formance in the exacting, rule looting: pressure on the opponentsof 1& IJ I. 0 H. Rdau ment. then disappear noon searching spent for the an after-right lena opening (f'16 for the late
Is the his Resources for Corers1S afternoon light) and with the
the Johnson the public sees purposes.i How would you photograph butldmi for come more photo
16 u" 10 26. Peanut camera
those closer to him the heat i>n Congress A IH the idea of fair' focuaed on a spot a few
same man that Keeping '/ 'h ):: H. Dab, halIJI a appearante mag 11e feet behind Mark
know He can be ruthless with his persistence. a tirelessness that is JJ y4 iJS 1Villoa 1 first gate it same thought \\ finally found it at the With careful
3 25 years ago just before the Heliport. landing scrutiny: you can
associates. He makes all but Impossible truly formidable. Coed spot for helicopter make many
interesting trick: pictures :-
'It JT J' opening of the 1939 !New YorkWorld' which: crown the Top of
demands upon them (a* indeed Some may say his stile has car-: 0 31. Fiauuoune5 the which combine foreground
Fair the Fur
on very name restaurant It
by some men's measure he ted Mr Johnson to the peak of possible 41 et .J 32.33..Ulude: Satire I ailf. Al that time I lived about ) indy and very cold was exirerurl but- too and background Unfortunately
does In disappointment already. But the mile from the with many people do it unintentionally -
upon himself). populaiiiy ls. Sombtt two fairground the help of optical perspective and
he comes down on the human ,' i (foi mance RO far is sufficient to ee u J8 l'OlalQ buds and vouk: tee the hair taking Mark Wilson was photographed graph because" 'poll they! many don't a see photo-the

cause: of it "like a ton of bricks" suggest; (that theta is a great: dcjl .. er V'H lltu shape from the roof ui my parl-- moduiingthe Unispherev lamppost sprouting out ofJunior
/ mans huilumg.I "i>,1 1 "I the Fair '
But he makes amends with every more of the same Mill to come / V h gadget I and from hasmaill head or the shrubberr
J a rag" an mend an'a i" hat,
Science Monitor ,,,,. .... .., U. UuLai[ bill ip which adorns Auntie's head liken
J -Chrlstlon Par r 22 inn. as .. .. ask, .I I f. r, I'", ,, .a I'," JI I', r. -;, craUamera but the anker pt nopQbt .


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; Stone Builders Roll To 7th Straight; Swill. Starts New Career .

Publix Moves Up With Win Over Stahlman bright SEATTLE,skier vibrant Jill Wash.world Klnmont(that AP-The champion had- I've said."I been lead"Twice to a very Europe.since full the I life have accident,"ter she

rifle friends and a fantastic
known to an end nearly
-BI- UAVU" LYON came family. I date and adore sittingin
lay motionless *
10 u she
Stone Builders and I ubllx . . . . . . . .e years la the ago snow at Alta, Utah, the sun and reading.
"1 know the life work I have
arket captured decisive victories r her neck broken In a spill.
to satisfy me
chosen is going ,
In list night's men's A 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, May IJ, W4 But the dauntless spirit that and this is Important not Just
Softball doubleheader at carried her to the national woomen's
league to me but to everyone close tome
t slalom crowns
and girls'
(ambler Park + .
[I +s In 1954 la bringing her near the
Stone dumped Tropics Drive iw realization of a new goal a
inn. 12-2, for the Builders' Hard To Line Up OpponentsFor career as a teacher of remedial

seventh straight victory of the reading

season. They are four gamest Jill was on the threshold of Baseball

ahead of their closest pursuers international fame as one of
.. with only five games left in + Naples' Chip JohnsonChip America's brightest Olympic

first-half play. a lea hopes when she catapulted off RoundupBy

Publix tie for second Johnson with the course during the Snow Cup
c gained a 3 heavyweightboxer any authority was Rudy Giant slalom at Alta Jtn.SO .
place with Tropics by 'y from Naples, pounded Clay, DeBusman lays.
t 1955 and landed on her neck HAL BOCK
of Stahl- his to unanimous 10* Johnson
taking the measure way a an aggressive fighter weeks
She was only a few Associated Press Sports Writer
r' man Property Maintenance* round decisionoverveteranOl- who stands up wen against his away from her 19th birthdayand Will Willie Mays hit .4007

5, In the secondgame last night. o p lie Wilson Monday night at Pan- opponents' hardestpunchesgotWilson fresh from double victoriesIn Well, U Juan Marichal wins

Jtahlman has won only one out $ American Arena In Miami. In trouble seve ral times national slalom competitionthe 30 games, the Say Hey Kid isf f
of seven tries. It was Johnson's fifth victory during the fight, but the vet- first ever scored in the liable to bat .500.

In Thursday's 7:30 first In nine pro fights, and was eran was able to recover and same year The Can Francisco Giants'tor.

ime, Tropics and I ubllx will \ the first time he had won with- last the distance Jill didn't know It then, but rid twosome continued to rav..

battle for undisputed second out knocking out his foe. John- the mlle.a-minute spill left her age the National League Tues

place. At 9:15, Stahlman wintry L a son's four losses all have come partially paralyzed. Life holdsno day night, punishing the Houston .

to get untracked against : on split decisions. I Florida State discouragements for the Colts 6.0.

;tore. The local fighter's manager, 28.courageous young woman, now Mays ran his average to an
.478 with his
Tropics broke through fort w.A George DeBus man,reports that : astronomical
., LeagueBy Using a wheel chair and a device and 13th homers and a single In
/o runs In the top of the first Johnson Is so highly regarded I that permits her to write, five trips. Marlchal won his

Inning against Stone last night, N OKLAHOMA RECRUIT- Outfltldtr Mickey Mantic ll plt.itd with the as a fighter that many heavy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS she Is doing cadet teaching at sixth game and trimmed his

but the Builders roared back Cadet cap ht donned while chatting with Corp members prior to tit tnhibitlon game at the weights In the Miami area Fort Lauderdale blanked Tarn Seattle's Ingraham lllgh School earned-run average to 1.73 with

,1th four runs In their half. Military Academy 'In West Point N, y, Yankee manager Yogi Berra teems to like, what ht ..... "won't have anything to do with pa 7.0 in a Florida State League under Kenneth Dulls a reading his second straight shutout.
In the third,Stone batters feast- .him. It's hard trying to find baseball game Tuesday night Improvement teacher. The Giants' "M" boys are

ed on Gerald Kelly for seven that lie wound with a five- opponentS" behind the four.hlt pitching of "She's meeting life on her murder by themselves but when
hits and five runs to take I commanding hitter. Johnson weighing 190 attained lefthander Jim Smith. terms," Dulin said admiringly."I thrown against the opposition In
n 9-1 lead. Greater Naples Golfers a near-perfect score on Smith struck out nine and did. have no doubts about her." combination it's tantamount toa
Publix three runs In the -
Jackie Kline singled In Tropics' first got Welch the three Judges' cards. In not yield a walk. Mike Ferraroand She studied at the University of nuclear holocaust.As .
Inning, George the must of Willie Mobley drove In two Washington after her parents, for Marlchal, the veteran
., two first Inning runs. 10-polnt system
sending In two of them with a each for Mrs. William K.nmont, 25
runs the winners. Mr. and right-hander who won games
In the Stone half and point scoring, the maximum
7 single single Stahlman got two runs Plan Ron Robinson got two of Tam- moved here In February 1963, last year is 12 days ahead of
two errors allowed Stone to tie Lack In the last half of the first, 'Shotgun' SundayThe Is 100. Johnson got 100 pointsout pa's four hits. from Los Angeles. TWO broth the pace he set In 1963 when he

IJ tile score, and Art Schuhhels and Publix made It 9.2 with of two Judges, and the Fred Hannum hurled a five ers, Robert 27, and Jerry, 21, didn't win his sixth game until
-1 homered over the left-center six second-lnning scores.Jim- third gave him 99, DeBus man hit shutout as Daytona Beach also live here. May 24. And the season starteda

fence with a man on base to my !Ilaynes' squeeze bunt Greater Naples Golf Association bysnire, pro at Big Cypress, said. Respective totals for trounced St. Petersburg 3-0 in week later this year.

make It 4-2. brought in one run and David will hold another before noon Saturday May 16, Wilson were 91, 93. and 94. the second game at a doubleheader For the record the last .400

r With one out In the third, Pease doubled In two more. membership tournament Sun- "This is a must," Abbott said Wilson Is reported to be St. Petersburg won the 'g.t.l hitter was '!'ee! Williams 1941

tthulthels started a string of In the fourth Tommy Murphy day May 17, at Big Cypress Entry fee for the tournament agreeable to a rematch, In which first encounter 1 after right with ..40'. The last SO). ame win.

five consecutive hits with a. doubled and Pease hit a two- Golf and Country Club Announcement has been let at $3, but there case Johnson may fight him fielder Gene Deri's two-run double Leaders ner was Dizzy Dean In 1934 <
double. tri made Bob are fees for membersof 1 set off a four-run flurry in with 30.7. Modern baseball has
Tommy Bennett run home run to center. Los was by no green again May 27 In MU-nl. Wilson the sixth with St. had .400 hitter and 30-
pled Richie Yahl singled, Lester Jim Wolf Abbott, chairman of the Tour- the association Each player has fought!; many of the big Petersburg never a
Ing pitcher gave up leading 3.1.Sarasota By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS game winner on the same club. .
Llles tripled, pitcher Ld nament Committee gets a new ban "for luck"to name heavyweights and
10 hits, two each to Haynes and light- won Its ninth gamein National League In other NL games Tuesday,
Swiss singled, Henry Caballerowas Tee-off time has been set stan the round Funds col- heavies In his career, includIng 11 starts
Pease. In the field, Stahlman by defeating Orlando Batting (50 at bats) Mays, Milwaukee blanked New York
hit by a pitch, and David made eight errors and Publix at 8 a.m. under t "shot gun" lected as entry fees will be Willie Pastrano and Eddie 4.0 behind the four.hlt pitching San Francisco .478; Williams, 2.0 behind Hank Fischer's three

Weeks singled to drive In the six. Wolf had two of his team's arrangement. Foursomes will returned to players In prizes Machen In recent months. of Dennis Kissane and the bat of Chicago, .398. hitter; Pittsburgh nipped Cln.

fifth run of the Inning. five hits. be stationed at various tees Breakfast will be served at Monday's bout was the first Marv Straw. Runs-Mays, San Francisco, clnnati 3.2 In a four-hour, rain.

Swiss struck out eight and over the course and with the the clubhouse, the dining roomto for Johnson In about six weeks Straw hit a three-run homerin 34; Stargell Pittsburgh, 22, Interrupted marathon; St. Louis

held Tropics to five hits In To firing of the gun the tourney open at 7 a.m. Iii his previous go, he lost an the sixth and doubled in the Run batted in Mays, San topped Philadelphia 4.2 behind

five Innings, Including two Injury Keep gets under way. This arrange- Abbott announced the association unpopular split decision to Jefferson other run in the eighth. KIssane Francisco, 34; Stargell, Pitts- Curt Simmons and' Chicago

singles by Kline. Stone scor- Kaline On Bench ment will enable all players to will sponsor a tour- Davis. The only fighter struck out eight and walked two. brugh 22. nipped Los Angeles 3:2: on DICkTracewsltl'
ed three times In the fifth finish at about the time nament each month with Heavy hitting by Bill and ninth Inning error.In .
same plansto Johnson has faced who beat him Gene Hits Mays, San Francisco,
Voss and ,
In- Barrie William
DETROIT badly action
and the game was terminatedthen ( and Join In the "prize awards" hold the event the first Sun- son 43, Clemente Pittsburgh, 42. American League ,
lined left leg has forced Detroit propelled Lakeland into a Minnesota routed Chicago 11.1
of 10-rwllead session which will be held immediately of each Doubles Clemente Pitts. ;
because the :Tigers outfielder AJ Kallno to day month. These plans 14.1 rout of Miami. Baltimore blanked Washington
rule. Singles by Caballero and I rest for at least three to tour after completion of Include arrangements for the Griffith Thinks Bill Vosa hit two triples( and a burgh, 9; Cardenas Cincinnati; 5.0;; Cleveland edged Boston

Yahl, and Weeks' two-run I days, and possibly longer play.It. third monthly tourney to be KO By Carter single and drove in three runs. Maye Milwaukee, and Stargell, 8.5; Detroit snapped a five
homer accounted for the fifth win be played as a "team held at Palm River Golf and Gene got three singles and sent Pittsburgh, 8. game losing streak and a five

Inning scores. The official announcement with before tourney" with foursomes made Country Club on Sunday, June May Be HelpNEW two runs home Williamson sin Chicago Triples -Allen Banks Philadelphia and Santo, game New York win skein 7.2
Tuesday ,
night's ;
Publix batted around In the game up of low and high handicapped 7, gled and doubled and added and Kansas City whipped Los
and Louis 3.
the New Yolk Yankees said YORK (AP) a three Boyer St. ,
,second timing and scored six that Kaline had been ordered to players, and "scratch" champion is knocked out, the de. more runs. Home run.-Mays. San FranCisco Angeles 62.
runs on two hits and three rest l>prius, of an Inflamed scores will be used to deter- teat usually haunts him the rest W I, Pet. CB IS- Howard Los Angeles, Mays' three hits drove in four

fn;f8trap lip the victory; \tomlou IA.tlle 1jtg toe .tIt'''Ideft mine winners Palmer Top .Star. 'if his life'Emit Griffith claimsto > Ft Lauderdalell 7 .708 r- ,10. runs and extended his batting
-- -- Daytona Bch. 15 If .62 2 streak to 19 After flyingout
overstshfrnan.. Rex Polly" gave fait In order to nuke tip""few- 1l"UklthO1 be the,exception to the rule.. Stolen bases-Wills, Los An.
Lakeland 13 9 .591 3 ln the first he battered
up four runs in the first two But Kallne also has .1 i brulsod somes of equal scoring ability l1uljCfjY In Griffith's case, the knock. St.PetersburgI* TOLSSI i '.3 geles, 10; Harper Cincinnati, II, Houston starter Skinny Brown
ankle bruised knee and a pulledmus Abbott said out came in a non-title match Pitching-Marlchal, San Fran.
Innings, but kept Stahlman bat- all membersmust Open Tournament Sarasota 10 12 .451 8 for a solo homer in the third
ters under tight control after ,'le-ull In his left leg register with Phil Dar- with Rubin Carter last Dec. 20, Tampa 9 14 .391 7>/ Cisco, 6.0, 1.000; Shaw, San and a two-run shot In the fifth.
OKLAHOMA CITY (APJ- The so the pain was easier to take. Francisco, and Gibson, St.
Miami 8 IS .343 8'/2 His seventh also
inning single
-$40,000 Oklahoma City Open Now that he is getting ready to Louis, 3.0. 1.000.
Orlando 6 16 .273 10Tuesday' drove in a run.Marichal .
Golf Tournament gets under defend his welterweight crown
Results allowed five hits
r way Thursday at Quail Creek against Luis Rodriguez, an ex- American League Just
Sarasota 4, Orlando 0 at bats) Ollva and retired 14 in a row over one
Batting (50 ,
Country Club with Arnold Palmer champ at Las Vegas June 12,
Lakeland 14, Miami 1 stretch while winning his 12th
who won the tournamentin he thinks the knockout will help Minnesota .439; Bressoud Bos.
Fort Lauderdale 7, Tampa 0 ton, .384. straight over a two-season
1959 the attraction.
him."The St. Petersburg 7.0. Daytona Run.-oUva, Minnesota, 25; stretch.
Three other former winnersand Carter tight did wondersfor
tour former PGA charm,1.one me," said Emile at the Beach 1.3.Wednesday's. Rollins, Minnesota 23.Runs Milwaukee's Fischer faced
Games batted In Wagner, just 29 batters and got all the
also are In the field. downtown gymnasium where he
Orlando at Sarasota runs he needed when rookie
Cleveland 26; Colavtto, Kansas
Besides Palmer, the former is training until he leaves for
616 Fort Lauderdale at Tampa City; Hall and Oliva, Mlnne. Rico Carty crashed his first
winners are Fred Hawkins who the West May 25. "Two of the .
won In 1956, Gene Littler, the guys I have fought since the Miami at Lakeland sota, 21.Hits major league homer against Met
Fifth Avenue 1960 winner, and Don airfield, knockout tried to take me out, Daytona Beach at St. Peters Ollva, Minnesota, 47; starter Alvin Jackson
O the defending champion. too. I got lucky and knocked out burg. Bressoud, Boston 38. Cincinnati's Jim Maloney
The former PGA champs are both of them. They try to slugit Doubles Mathews, Kansas pitched four perfect innings before -
South Jack Burke Jr., Bob Rosburg, out with me Instead of run City, 8; Bressoud Boston, and rain Interupted the Pirates.
Jay Hubert and Lionel Hebert. and hide. Yesterday's Wert, Detroit, 7. Reds game at Pittsburgh. After
Open This is Triples Versalles Mlnne. a lV.-hour wait, play was re.
the the third year on the "Maybe that knockout will
.. family 7,042.yard par 72 Quail Creek make Rodriguez do a little more Stars ants, and Hlnton Washington, 4. sumed, and Maloney quickly lost
club Horn runs-Colavlto, Kansas his no-hitter and shutout when
All Wednesday Country course for the fighting and little less running
and CATALOG ; tournament Previously the I hope so. Maybe he will have By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS City, and Hall, Minnesota, 9. Smoky Burgess singled and ex.
event was played at Twin Hills more confidence I read In a Batting Willie Mays, (;1. Stolen bases-Aparlclo, Balti. Red Gene Freese homered to
ORDER Country Club. magazine where he said he was ants, hit 12th and 13th homers, more, 13; Wagner, Cleveland. tie it at 2.2.
After another 28 minute delay
sorry for me every time he hit added single and drove in four S. ,
i I NEW ORK. (AP)-On Derby the punching bag. That's fine I runs, extending his hitting Pitching Kline, Washington the Pirates won it without a hit

day last year Chtteaujay. upset don't care if he hits me, I'll hit streak to 19 games and lining: SoOt 1.000; Bunker and Stock, in the eighth on an error and
Candy Spots and Never Bend, him right back only harder He his batting average to .474 in Baltimore; Plzarro and Fisher fielder's chocle and two walks.

winning Louisville's big race at Is the best fighter I have fought, San Francisco's 6.0 victory over Chicago; Krallck, Cleveland; Curt Simmons beat the Phil
I 9 to 1 odd., a very good boxer" Houston. Chance Los Angeles, and Ar. lies for the 13th time in 13 de.

One year later in the Carter Pitching Dave MrNally, rig, Minnesota, ZoO, 1.000. clslons since they released him
Handicap at Aqueduct, Chateau- When the two welters met the Orioles, checked Washington on Strtkeouts-Wickersham. De. four years ago but needed
MAYCATALOG lay ran eighth in the 11-hori first time Dec. 17, 1960, Griffith two hits for third victory trait, and Kaat, Minnesota 36, eighth-Inning help from Roger
field The Carter was a.atceu.lay' won a decision in 10 rounds. He against one loss as Baltimore Craig to doit.Leading .

first Hart of the season had not won the championshipat whipped Senators 5-0. BAUER COULD BE RIGHT 4.1. Simmons gave upa
Favored Ahoy won the race the time. single to Tony Gonzalez and
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BALTIMORE (AP) "Yogi Danny Cater with one out in the
ORDER BaseballStandings Berra him the toughest job in eighth. Craig came on and after
baseball," rays Baltimore Oriole Gus Trlandos' double deliveredone
x- rPLAYBETTERGOLFBy Manager (Hank Bauer who played run, the lanky Cardinal re.
with Berra 12 years on the tired the side and blanked the

Yankee. Phils in the ninth to save It.
Tommy Armour "If he finishes second," reasons Tracewskl fumbled pinch

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bauer, "everybody will sty hitter Joey AmaUltano's
American LeagueW. he did a lousy job. If I finish grounder with two out and the

L. Pet. C.B. second I'm going to ask Lee bases loaded in the bottom of
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J''\ Commercialism Wednesday May IS, 114 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7


:! IeaOf Cap ri !)1r.];:. Creeping Into Nostalgia Hits As Crews

Movies SubtlyHOLLYWOOD I

BY GAIL WINCHELL t Start Old Studio
(AP) Com. Wrecking

The residents of the Isles of ghter and son-in-law, Mr. and w merclals In movies, more subtle

Capri wish to thank Mrs June Mrs Danny Harris, and their than the kind on television, are HOLLYWOOD AP) Old tlona!. Grand National was
Cupps for the fine Job of re. children, Susie and Marty from "busting out all over the Holly. studios die h.rd. a* the wreck. notable mostly for being the

porting she has done.Mrs.Cupps Atlanta, Ga., visited them last wood scene." ers of the old Educational lot only studio which would dare

has Joined her husband In re. week. They spent an enjoyable That's the word from a man discovered last week. hire James Cagney after Ms dls.

tlrement. As your new reporterI vacation swimming and sunning 7 In charge of commercial tieupsfor It was a lid sight as 1 watched pute with Warner Brothers.

will do my best to bring you the with their parents. a major studio. Scarcely a a towering crane swing Its de.stro'lne Even the Cagney namecouldn't

news as complete and Interest. C.M. Brogden and family from movie with a modern back. ball against the last make Grand National

log as I can. Memphis Tenn., were down last ground Is made nowadays with wall of the last stage of the live up to Its title, and the

P.J. Valentine, vice-president week. They are property owners out an ad of some sort slipping Santa Monica Boulevard studio firm lapsed Into limbo In 1939,
of Capri Water Works,announcedthat and are having across the screen.
seawall put In. The gateman's shack was the The studio harbored collection
a fence has been erected We hope to have them as our This Is a fairly recent devel. only structure that remained on of quickie producers until 1948,

around the new processing plant, neighbors soon. opment. During the era when the three-acre cite. The rest when railroad tycoon Robert

adding to Its attractiveness. He major studios controlled most looked like a London block after Young started Producers Releasing .

also said that a new i, .ton plrk. SNOOK CATCHES filming, the producers main the blitz Corp. It ground out low-

up truck has been purchased for Col. and Mrs. John C. Hat. talned an unwritten code The sight was especially mel. budget Westerns and other films

company use. tox, also property ownersstay A against showing commercial ancholy to t reporter who had primarily to keep Young's Pathe

We are happy that Mr. Deknatel ed at the Isles of Capri Fish. products In movies. Food and seen the now-leveled stages" labs busy.In .

Is home from the hospital and Ing Lodge last week. They are liquor containers were masked alive with the bright lights and 1949, Young made the studio

feeling better. He and his wife from Orlando. They caught three with phony labels electric activity of film making home of Eagle-Lion! Films and

i have gone to Hialeah,where Mrs. nice sized snook while they were kiu I A breach of the cod brought For over 40 year the studio had hired the flamboyant Bryan Foy
Deknatel will undergo further here and are anxious to return strong protests from theater managed to cling to life, to head product ion.

treatment for her eyes. Her and build here.Their snook weighed owners. When a tittle of Vat 69 carlously at limes It finally pre. After E le.Uon folded the

daughter and son.in-law, Edith :! pounds,4 ounces, 15 pounds, appeared In 1: O'ClocJllflrh," died to make way for that lot resumed Its status is a haven .
and Bill Thomas, spent the week 6 ouncesand pounds, 12 ounces. 20th Century.Fox was flooded bol of modern time, the shop. for Independents.It .

end here on the Isles. They re. (See photo) with *o many complaining let. ping center. became the home of Ely

turned to their home In Hialeah George and Al Bush and Mike ter that anllcommerclallsm became The history of the studio goes Production, which was absorbed .

with the Deknatels on Sunday. Polychronl of Leesburg, Fla., MAILING American magazines to foreign countries is a project of this strict studio policy. back to 119 when King Vldor by United Artists. The

Shadowlawn Elementary School also stayed at the Isles of Ca. group From left they are : Joe DeLand, Rotarian Dr., John Franklin, Look at Fox" now. In "Good built a barn stage on the proper latter then sold the studio to a

gave Miss Mary Ann Schmidt prl Fishing Lodge. They caught and Rick Clemons. (See story) (NEWS photo) bye Charlie, Debbie Reynolds ty next to what Is now Goldwyn development firm for wreckingand
honorable Kill visit a plush salonIn
mention beauty
in the
poster four snook weighting 17 pounds studios In 1925, Educational rebuilding. Such Is progress.
contest sponsored by the Humane 14 ounces, 13 pounds, and 15 -- 'Interact Club which a bottle of Clalrol b I Films backed by the h Hudson's
Society. plainly visible. In "John Gold
pounds. Bay Co., took over the place and
John Watson and his daughter Sends MagazinesAll farb, Please Come Home,'* foot. created a modern plant fur film Mrs. Haschka Will

VISITORSLt. Dorothy Jean from Hialeah spent baU players will ny to t Middle making.

Col. and Mrs. Gillian were the weekend at the Isles of Capri Naples Bridge t. Over WorldThe East game via Lufthansa Air Jack White, now retired In Talk On Writers'

visited by their daughter and son. Fishing Lodge and reported a \ .' Interact Club, a Rotary In. Lines. Palm Springs, converted Edu. -
In.law, Mr. and Mrs. La Brenz, nice catch of snook. RI FRANK onE 1. \ ternatlonal sponsored high school Why this burst of commercial. national Into a fun factory that Forum TomorrowMrs.

and their son, Mark. They arrived Lakeland and the surrounding -Yam .. organization has accepted pro. Ism? produced two.reel comedies with June Haschka, librarian
here on the Isles Thursday and areas were well represented at ject known. "A Way to Friend.\ Insiders trace the trend from such figures as Larry Seman, of the Collier County Free Public

returned to their home In Tampa the Isles of Capri Fishing Lodgeby HOW TO GET A TOP E.W pair tried 4-Dlamonds, set ship and Understanding," and are the decline of authoritarian stu. Jhelma Todd, Al St. John, Library will be Interviewed by

Sunday. Mrs Clara Moore, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clayde Weems North deals. Both sides vul. one. Congratulations to Denhtm. sending out dozens of American dlo rule and the rise Independ. Luplno Lane and Lloyd llamll. members of the panel on the Na

Gillian's sister, from Rapid City, and their children, Rita, Houston, nerablet McKenna I magazine publications to many ent producers. Nearly all filmmakers ton. pies Writers' Forum of the Air

S. Dak., traveled with them and and Angellte, Mr. and Mrs. Da. NORTH NEW RULE parts of the world. now realize the value of "Shirley Tempi was dls. at 6.30 o'clock tomorrow night.

will remain here with her sister vld Caudill, Raymond and Erela s-i ;q iMA j 111 The International Laws of Con. The project starts with commercial tle.ups In promoting covered on our lot In the baby Member
for a couple of weeks. Herrlngton Barbara and Tal. 0-10 4C tract Bridge revised In MUmlan Harry PUssner who products. burlesque Merles," White re. question Mr, Haschka on the sub.

Miss Joanne Wlnchell vlslsted madge Watsonand Buddy and Vlr.glnla -K 10 1963. Many were rules remainthe places ads In foreign newspapers I There are other advantages callud. "Fatty Arbuckl workedfor Ject of "Books for Pre-Teen Age

her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. .Styles.They spent the week. WEST CASTs same as our own Judge Al. offering to mall magazines tore. In the case of "What a Way tc us after the scandal. He was and Early Teen Age Children"

P.n.WlnchellIn Miami last week. end swimming, skiing and fish. -q j 101 s-A K 4 i bert DelMar helped to make them sldenls of the countries upon Gol" Winston's loaned Fox $2.,through as an actor, but I will include Marge Chickering,an

end. Her grandparents returned Ing. They had a nice catch of H-D-AQJU' o-al.H-0 7 4H However "In. written request. million worth of Jewels to use In changed his name to William author of chlldren'sbooksTerry

t home with her Sunday for a day snook and reported that many c-J II c-A 17 sufficient many years Bid"ago.has been changed., Letters have poured In from the picture. Goodrich and he directed come. Weed and Ann MacDonald Mary

of fishing and visiting. got away. SOUTH You should know this. all parts of the world and the The tie-ups can mean saving dies for two year at 1,000 a Gordy will act as moderator.

Mr. and Mrs Tommy Powellof Mr. and Mrs Warren Russ. 1-11 I quote "An Insufficient bid requests are referred to various of money In production. Car week." II'
Fort Lauderdale visited the ell of Miami brought their child. -K 10 1 high school Interact Clubs. firms like Chrysler offer the The double feature condemned
made In rotation must be
Isles this weekend as guests of ren over Sunday for a picnic and D-K-Q Illf 7 IC reeled If either opponent draws cor. The local high school club Is, free use of new autos In films two-recler to an untimely death KMWYOUR <:::

Mr. and Mrs John Marini. The Kkiing excursion. They also attention to It, byt (a) the lowest participating in the project, and and by executives. Airlines pro. and In the 1930s the studio became DRIVER'S LICENSE h
with them Board 13 played at the Forumon the last month have free overseas travel In re '
Marlnls also mailed
brought brought Betty and Wayne Cooper sufficient bid In the same deno. over the home of Grand Nation.al DURING YOUR
t Lori Nance of West Hollywood and March 17, Is one of those out dozens of turn for plugs. Some of the air. Studios
Mrs. Russell sister bro. mlnatlon. The auction then magazines. They an offshoot of Educa. BIRTH MONTH '
c friend of and Chuck unusual situations which requires pro. have from Pakistan In. lines will provide slock footage -- ,
a Prlssy's, lher.in 1aw, with them. The Rus. ceeds as though nothing hadoc. requests ,
Fullerton a friend of John Jr'.. sells are longtime friends of the aggressive bidding;an apparentlyweak b dla, Indonesia, Japan and Ar. of landings, the use of aircraft
curred. ( ) Any other sufficient
They all enjoyed a weekend of Wlnthell's, owners of the Islesof fourth hand opening spreadsInto bid may be made but then the gentlna. Times magazine. Look, airport scenes and even cut.
tropical fish hunting the a game contract. Eleven Reader's Digest Life Saturday away cabins for Interior shots.
fishing, skiing, Capri Fishing Lodge, and ,
offender's must
and alr.boatlng. children the reminiscing. teams played this Board 13 but partner pass Evening Post and There are also hints of cash S
spent day sports mugs.zing \\S
whenever it Is his turn to call.
only the Denham McKenna Pair payments or supplies of 't\
prod. ..
the molt
are popular re-
The residents of the Isles of
(c) The offender but A
arrived at FOUR SPADES; made may pass ucts In return for mentions In
Capri have discovered a new past. Staying at the Isles of Capri hip partner must also quests. films.The \\ sNE
five for a big top in match points. pass when. .
time. It is anew card game called Motel and Marina were Mr. and ever It Is his turn to call andIf Larry Luckey heads up the
Their bidding went like this ; Interact Committee at practice seems likely to
Mill Borne Mrs. Fred Hall In of Miami. They the offender's partner Is to Naples

Our congratulations go out to caught their limit of snook In Ndwii' f I w make the opening lead, declarermay High and has suggested that any continue ARE IIEUE[ !
of and some PiM P l Pus I ID area residents with an accumulation
three days fishing
Miss Barbara Tatu, who represents IN It IN ItPttt either rat North
The Americawas
the Isles as the first rest of the snook weighed up to 14'A 4t (All peas) "1, require the offender's of back Issues of magazinescan t DOWNTOWN
help by dropping off copies at In Maxlco. Established by a '
dent to become cheerleader of pounds. partner to lead
On the face of It and con. a specified suitor Rouse
charter of the
special Spanish
and Mrs. Jim Hayden of the high school. S
Naples Senior High Other newly slderlng their vulnerability the 2 prohibit the offender's 5th AVENUE
Cheri Tenn. are stayingat Dr. John Franklin 1* chair crown in 15)6 the mint In Mexico
elected cheerleaders are! Charleston of communications be. partner from leading a specified
Blanchette, Peggy: Hood, Susan the Isles of Capri Motel and (ween. East and West does not suits this prohibition, continues m ui pf the Rotary.Cl lnll te,. City still products coins..

'Wood,"andJuite' dickering, all Marina this week and have en. appear too orthodox. But let's as long as, the offender' part.

of Naples. Joyed swimming and shelling on analyze ner may retain the lead."

Dick Jurek found the perfect our beaches.
Correctly, there were three
lie bought Ralph Dempsey Sr. and son
gift for Mother's Day. passes to West. Dealer at North
his wife, Rita, a rod and reel of Ralph. Jr. from Miami caught has of
a possibly shaded opening Democrats
her own. It seems that she broke their limit of snook weighing up to ONE HEART. However,the count Keep

his when a big snook got away. 181'/ pounds during their two-day Is only 12, and quick tricks a

Mr. and Mrs.Earl Kelley enter. stay at the Isles of Capri Motel very bare two. In this position Lid Held TightIn

talned Mrs. Snead from St. Peter. and Marina.Mr. as vulnerable. I would have pass

sburg Sunday night. They had din. and Mrs. C.F. Wood, pro. ed at Duplicate. At Rubber heartfeltuTHANKS"

ner and visited with the family. perty owners, are down from Bridge, I might have opened Baker Probe My .

R.E. Lucado and Ecky Kelley Jacksonville and are staying at especially If our side had a
spent the weekend swimming and the Isles of Capri Motel and part.score. WASHINGTON (AP)-Chair.

fishing. Ecky reports that he gota Marina. They spent two days Katherine McKenna at West man B. Everett Jordan D-N.C.,

Jewflsh; no mention was given" fishing and caught a large var. has a count of 13 In Diamonds dismissed today as "the heightof

as to the size. lety Including trout, redflsh, and which permits an opening. Remember demagoguery" a request that

Mr. and Mrs. L.L.Loach's dau. snook.r..p. that fourth hand bidder his Senate Rules Committee Investigate
1 the relations of
need not rebid After a sen.
.,..,. atoms with Bobby Baker.
+r.-. North's Heart over.
ywIn The request was made by
call Is Justified.I Alice Denhamat
I Ben. Clifford P. Case R.N.J. In
East has a sound, free bid.
urging the committee to "get to
basically as lead-dlrectlng. Her :
the bottom" of the Baker cane fer
count in Spades Is 11 with threequick
and not treat members of the
tricks Now Katherine
I Senate as "a privileged class"
can revalue her hand! Spades
After Baker had
count 4, singleton Heart is 3, resigned un.
'der fire last Oct. 7
as secretaryto
Diamonds count 7, the Club.Jackcounts :
the Senate's Democratic
1 r 1. This Is a total of ma.
T. 4 jorlty the committee launched '
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15. Alice Denham's free bid'
t I an Investigation of whether his
could be taken as at least 10.I
I 'I outside business had
So 15 plus 10 comes to 25 and '
'conflicted with his official du.
Katherine at West makes a dar. ;
lies or Involved other Improprl.
Ing coaxing Jump. Alice goes to
'4 sties
game Baker who built a fortunehe :
South leads the Heart King.
estimated at more than $2
West Is now Dummy. The singleton
r million while on the Senate pay
Heart prompts North to
overtake with the Heaml.Aceandhopefully roll at $19,600 a year, Invokedhis
Fifth Amendment protection
led back the Club-10
against possible self-lncrlmlna.
which Alice ducks to forceSouth's
lion and refused to answer questions :
Queen. This wise move
.JY when called as a witness.
-- leaves E.W with two good Club
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Col. and Mrs. I tricks The rest Is routines .
TWO HAPPY ANGLERS John Rules Committee, thrown open

C. Hattox of Orlando hauled in these three lunker E .W gets 4 Spades, 5 Diamondsand to the public at the last minute, x to my friends supporter and thou

snook during: a recent fishing expedition off Marco plus 2 an Clubs extra; total for 450.II tricks,came Case urged that each senator be good citizens whoso efforts end votot nude

attached to the OrlandoAir I asked If he ever had had any
I Island. Col. Hattox is As for the remaining teams, business or financial dealingswith sn. high nun In the tint primary.
Force Base. (See column) It's Ironical that none arrived at
Baker or had received
Spade game; four stopped short.
Radio Then four N-S teams stole the campaign contributions or any. The job Is only half done, hens I urgeyou
TV. thing else of value from him
;A bidding at TWO HEARTS and one "No Investigation of Bobby to redouble your effects for the second

NEW YORK (AP) Televl fair catchalls (for programs Baker can have any real rriTan. primary. Wo hsvo a hard fight jh. ..d of "'-.
CBS Boycotts Ing without an Investigation of
slon's biggest mystery today Is often as unlike as chalk and
the relations of members of the
being played out behind the cheese and thai many academy
Emmy AwardsNEW To tho of I .
Senate with Bobby Baker, Case supporters my opponents '
amera Why did CBS News members who do the voting "'
President Fred W. Friendly de have failed to see many If not YORK (AP)-Fred W. said at the stormy hearing.In congratulate you on your fine efforts nd, ?

clde Tuesday while national bal most of the nominated I Friendly president of Columbia an Interview later, Jordan
pro. particularly the clean campaigns you waged.
said "I think It would be an In. ,
lotlng to denouncethe This Is I Broadcasting System News,
was going on, grams a situation which
Industry's "Emmy Awards," has bedeviled the awards com oday: ordered his staff to boy. suit to senators" for the Rules I know you sro Interested. In hiving a strong,

primarily on grounds that are mlttee for years. cut 4 the "Emmy Awards" Committee to ask them the honest* cosMtty commllonor, and I urgently

obvious and which have been Walter CronkiU! a member I Broadcast on May 25 calling questions proposed by Case.
with In II ..
Invite giving
unreal! He said Case's testimony had you to |loin m*
matters of concern for many staff, was elected t them "unprofessional
amounted to "a blanket Indict.m.nl" .
tic and unfair. Colllor County.
seasons president of the academy In I: :
of all of the members of
Friendly who was producerof 1959.60 on a platform of reforming In a memorandum to producters
"CBS Reports" until his el. award procedures I of network news and documentary > the Senate" "at least by InUm a.
nation only seven weeks ago, "We did not make a great deal I programs, he further
says he has been concerned fora of progress and much remained I recommended "that we even Jordan said that if Case has

long time, about the Emmys' to be done when I lost! hope" he 4 desist from voting In this so. information Indicating any EWELL F."PAPPY"
wrongdoing by "let
growing importance as the In.dustl'7" admitted 4 called competition senators
awards. Six programs made by CBS him submit It to the committee, .
top ABC television also has announced New J have been nominated In and we'll lock into It.'
This came home to me again its withdrawal of Jordan
support awards vote that the com.
I Four categories for
when I saw the ballot and It from the Academy NBCIs 'melee Is unlikely to recommendthat
made absolutely no sense," he id 4 by 6,000 members of the National
r.malnillOYal and well It I Baker be cited for contempt
of TelevisionArts
t Academy
that It 1m-
decided was
said "I
might. It Is stuck contractuallyto and Sciences. 'I r>r Congress, punishable bv a

oortant to do something about produce a 90.minute award Friendly attacked the cat*, $1,000 fine and a year In Jall.be.

ill,without and I did.cleaJJU" the matter: special In a couple of weeks.No I rories, nominations and voting'cause of his refus-J to answer MOOREf

his network superiors he word has come at this I practices as they related to pro. questions'I or surrender subpo

said, he wrote t memorandum writing that the entire CBS television I grams In the news area. iiaed' records:

network will follow .
i his program producers order.a
boycott of the May 23 Friendly out the academy door. SUZCTTC'S FAVORITE SHOW I

Awards show which will be Laio Tuesday, In act, NBC wa MEMPHIS(AP) Mrs. Spencer to the living, room. There Ilene Politlcei AdveAln.senti
the tames of CBS
oadcaat by rim NBC. announcing I Elli was fist asleep when she found hr poodle SuittM ,
and ABC stars who, alone with .h'l
All of Friewfly's Itemized NBC performers, would present wee awakened by lilt sound of on die *ef*. thoughtfully

fttlclsms art old and familiar tilt statuettes on lelei 141n.'g MeHM. voita't voices is bet hou*.. ins the uUviiion show it
two costa twits were thai She srabbvda robe sndhustUd turned on.

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as the center of attraction and one of many Italian scenes shown on '" '
MASTER OF CEREMONIES Buzz Ritchie, left, slides projected by Ray Eilers. 'The slide shots were taken by Spanish HEAD CHEF (with many helpers) was Bill Folk.
shown with his date Linda Uhlich this year'sStudent teacher Robert Mortland during a trip to Europe erts, shown here with Laurene Standrige.
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t Wallace Woodruff and Mrs. Woodruff (rear), (Junior Class vice president), and Bill Henning
with commentator L>nn Bailey chatting with members (Junior Class president),
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WELL DRESSED Neapolitans filled the Senior NEWLY ELECTED Beta Club president, John
High School gymnasium to capacity for the Prom. Richardson, shown with his date, Katie Scott
I Among the many couples were Linda Cochrun, Photos By

left with her date Fred, Gore.ieeirHgeia Tom McGrath

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lor Senior Banquet and Prom Approximately 250 high school 1ru .
-_ was held last Sltturdaynlghtfrom students enjoyed the evening's JI1la (
r 7:30 p.m. to 12 midnight.The NilS festivities. Honored guests Included I ___ /
gym was transformed! Into an Principal and Mrs E.W. r- ,
exotic replica of the Italian Rlv. Woodruff and the faculty sponsorsof .
r lera to carry out the prom theme, the Junior and senior classes.
"Italian Holiday".
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Special Robert
Joy (Hodges was prom chairman
Mortland and Clinton Smith for
assisted! by Claudia Combs,
due-orations contributing their time even !
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Dill Henning, fountain and though they weren't Junior sponsors. -
) lighting; WInnie Below, Invita. I. j.)
lions and programs; Judy SmoU Following a banquet preparedby I
Ian, plants (for decor of gym); the lunchroom ladles and ser.
Missy Lulejlan, publicity Nat. ved by the Sophomore boys, the ,.
',f ri cite King, table decorations Peggy guests enjoyed dancing to the
}'ItI Hood, band; and Linda Henson. swinging music of the Dukes, '
r Laureen Standrige, Beth Lee,and a band from St. Petersburg. '
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I ; Fred Gore, ,vice president ; Linda :Miller, secretary. ; Ellen: Whitsitt, r- io Winnie Below, invitations: chairman ; Peggy Hood, Junior Class secretary;
treasurer. and Claudia Combs, Junior: Class treasurer.

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Jones Forgot

MAM BJItfVAVn 111:!I DA T" A M I..."t*"* t l nil! DB I ieen.Hgeia I Jones forgot the words to a I
song al the "GrOllllm)'" award

I Even Iron Curtain Can't Stop ItClIbrrtYmiiliSmkr few"Grammy'ceremony minutes Tuesday for later the nltftit best won und male a a tii

rIJ: I I. 1 Ilp, I Il.d'u, vocal performance
MPVU Tttiiamrs Hi (li liar ,ll., ." V tHI .,, .tiki. Tony D..n nt'tt"ho won the
Curtail: immtilinut' 11\ nude, .10 ,1,011 MM II.II CM. '"I-,,IIIII.I.wuntrltu ;.\ !>e vocal award last year, ran vYv' i IA ,
a very dlll lolIll"lololrulll.I1"l | nut >.',i.. 1.1u11.I.| ill ui\ to the triage, took Jones' micro. SURPRISE entertainment for the evening was t
Jcun yuungtlrro, (bill rq>i'H'' tWill kind .ire m,\ "\1"110''ht i,i f tin ( "miiiuiiKt phone and finished the song for supplied by singer Beth :Mortland, former Naples
Kadlo trt bm'l| olmiur* Indlcuu blm and \\tMiiii Mi"iiwan him. grad now at Edison Junior College with Robert w wv
: here MI 111.11)' .lniil.irlitIn |11I.", cIIIII mm ixuum, iln The song was "The Good Moitland[ her father and school Spanish teacher i
tlirif rulkwit.Bulgarian kkU tare ilu 1",01 tt liniii' It.uli.i Fri Life," one of five nominated for accompanying on the guitar, _
srruigrrs! Ids ilio.e huwlie'u: dtacr: P'"II'"II' .1 lid phi}' song of the >ear. The awards
In other satellite, luunlrii. gu .ill them ..I" lutirdait .n linn I'irliiiSunie were given by the National. a'i'
out for iMn-UKM bluejtaiuor b.il>y- "h'p't.lII: inn, ",i ;'h. re- Academy of Recording Arts and
doll skirl.*, The girls |like| she' look porn tudkakhais' .I.uli i nut bull/ Science. Anyone. For Liver And Orchids?
or boulUnl hairdoi Iliry all like nits of MtUiuy dun l.ipts, mil) li.nt "The Days of Wine and
mid know die ,..,.. die Mddlaon, tvt-n prnstd old \.r.ihim Into Robes" garnered three awards "Henry Ann Cat" (sex was boasts having a fine specimenof
mid die slop. tr\lic fur niukliiH rash l.irju'K for Henry Manclnl record ofthe undetermined), a large white the world's smallest orchid
In spite of llie plethora of punytponsurrd bur sale, year, ,bout and background of are the feline resident at the home of known as "Platstele ornata"',
rangement song
i acUvlilts In Cifhoilavaldu : 1 Inkrvlrw with pirxm,illik.I In tIe Murrlello and Walter Larrabee Irom Venezuela. '
)ear.Barbra 1287 11th Ct, North, With all the many varietiesand
as 1 III ..H Cuiimiuiili.Kon- cult rtalinneiil w cirld.n I",n.u..u li.il StreHand was named liver and orchids to liver prefers and colors found In orchids,
rolled countries, many youth are ln.il: -ugtt lure up u< in I'.irls, New pert female. vocalist and her al. onions, or even liver and fish "Henry Ann" prefers the yellow
likely to turn their' backs duce| York, Ixiiidon., Koliulm. uid Sunk- bum, "The Barbra Streisand\ onctdlum. This can "be very '-, -" "'""' --- -,.. .....
In lutur or a ipouuneou. group |P''lui "".nun, |piton.' rivli". Album," was named best of ill The Larrabees have over a frustrating as Murlelle waits -
: highs up In the! nioumalm' to Urpl'lun"till \ u hklI\, ''moue, year. thousand orchids In their home very patiently for the buds to BUFFET DINNER served before the evening's activities featured Sophomore
the picnic aceonipaiiliiieui of gufwf musk foliC high tun. III6, i I, ll.icnm and operated) the Everglades Nurery. burst forth Into gorgeous flowers. boy dressed as Italian waiters and chefs In keeping with the
The "mellli pass clon't bike luu In the )....dlll''. Drive Carefully And Live Mrs. Larrabee proudly Guess Henry: Ann waiting tool theme. generals

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TO BUY 10 S \\. TO RENT . . .e..e..e.ee./l To Make Gambling Legal

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I HOT SPRINGS, Ark (AP)-"' The Hot Springs c i .itnber at

Naples produced the winner The swanky ca-lnos In this Commerce Is for the 1,.rUl;:a*

of the women's division In the once.(lltterlnc resort are silent, lion as any other c '.iint>er In

@R4UbMIdway closed by; order of Gov OrvalE the nation might be i lay, an Industrial .
Gold Tourna-
News-PrSS Cup
Faubus but a vigorous cam. campaign. That', what

ment. Virgie Hutto, anew bowler paign Is under way to make gambling la here-&n i .justry.

I this put year, brought the Arkansas the second state with Chamber member were" hurt

big trophy back to Naples. L legal casino gambling by the shutdown. Ito) tourist

Also In the same tournament 1 The Hut Springs> Chamber of trade slacked cove \ 'n$ can:

2-2107 Linda Sauchelll\ was the Commerce Is circulating petitions celed. Some 600 per,
scratch winner and was award e n 'h to get a constitutional put out of work. Only .n? tJI the

ed $25 and a watch. Linda amendment on the November night clubs that open I'd along

I totaled a 1220 for five games. election ballot legalizing gam. with the casinos has ruined"

f rr,3 bllng open
I ( The chamber must get 30,800 -
Is your team signed up for signatures on the petitions by

i ii : ria the Furniture Fair Championof July 2 to place the Issue before Red China May Be

I Champions Tournament If the voters. This Is expected to

you were the champion team In be relatively easy. But not the Recognized Next

your league at the end of the battle that will\ follow
1963.64 season you are eligible The Arkansas Christian Civic By

Announcement 40-Auto. RepairsParts 59-Acreage for entry In the above tourna- Foundation, which represents HAGUE, Netherlands

for' tutu." 0' honesits-ev.r ment. Entries close May 17th 2,200: evangelical: churches In (AP)-Canadian Foreign Minister .
PLAZA BEAUTY. SALON I tracts. 214 -1 the state, Is mobilizing to defeat
LOOK HERE! arrs acre sera at midnight. Four games will Paul Martin has told the
tracts with, and
1121 E Tamlaml Trail electricity the gambling amendment."It .
Midway 2.M72 roada Other big acreage tracts. be rolled at Pine Lanes and North Atlantic allies that Can

Wondering where to go 120 dn. 120 par mo. and up. four at D rooks tde Bowl making doesn't have a chance, add may recognize Communist
Collar County Raal Catata MI said Dr William
12'y E. Brown, ex. next Canadian
3-Boats-Motors Accei. With ;your car problems? 2J9M Open Sundaya216tfwthe a total of eight games altoge ecutlve director of the foundation. sources said today.year,

Factory Finish Paint Jobs ther. RoU.offwtn be 22-
May "We have thousands of
*. itaefe"fir'dnand( : Martin reportedly made clearto
Wracks RabuiltTuniupl IS 00 par mo no in tarot I. f ISO 23 at Pine Lanes and May 29- volunteers that will be working the North Atlantic Treaty; Orranlzatlon' *

LISTINGS URGENTLY One nine from Ooldan Gale 30 at Brookside. Entry blanks to keep gambling dead." foreign ministersthat '
Front and alignment City Coll ar County Roil Ea
Bob Martin, ,MI 2 J7S7 Motor Ovarhaul late MI 2.39M. Open Sunday may be had at either place And gambling Is dead at Prim Minister Lester B.
Brunk-Smith Chrla' Craft Salaa 2/lMfwtha least for the Faubus
5/1.tf Transmission r.bulilLubrication present Pearson's government ,U not

SUMMER LEACUES: clamped on the lid In March going to make any suddon, rash

Brtkn 65-Gen. Real Estate after the Arkansas !House voted
13-Help Want. Female The summer program Is moves The sources said, how
Polish A W.M 9M to auk not Springs author
ever, that Ottawa believes the
to under MeetIngs -
WATERFRONT Motal 4 unit' get way
Middle, aged solo, girl, for part Don look(.any. further plus badroom, 2.bath horns have been held for many: ties to enforce the state' anil realities International politics
t'mo work. Apply in person at all complalaly' furmahad Make gambling laws. require a new look at Canada's
Liggatt Rinall. Napiat' Shop Ingram Chevrolet, Inc an appointment to aaa thla property of the leagues and most of them The gamblers themselves relations with Red China
Caniar Sri H
p ng today will
Dapandabla woman for light Ill tth SI, N. Mil S10S44MobiU begin bowling the weekof the men who own the three big The Canadian government,

tiouaa kaaplng, live In If pot. ..alaolse' .1'10. COMMERCIALo1100'/ > ISO' May 17th casinos In Hut Springs say along with the United States,
Second Ava North off
a,bio. MI 2.1692. t/7.a,20 on Highway #41 Shown Just by appomtment There are a few spots open COLLECTING TROPHIES ANYONE ?Although they are not taking an active recognizes the Chlne&e Nation'

PERSONAI L E WOMAN Hornet here and there, and those whohaven't part In the legalization cam allot regime on Formosa which
WANTED FOR GENERAL OFFICE attractive Mrs Howard M. Sharp of Naples and
bowled In a are palgn. holds China's seat In the United
MUST BE ABLE TO TYPE Trailer with cabana or a.I..and Hlco car la,. LAKE PARK Nice 1.bad. especially welcome. Ontario Canada, has been bowling less than a They hope that the Illegal ('I>. Nations

AND ENJOY WORKING WITH canoe rMt nS 4155 0' ..1112.U11' room I bath houta Screened Inquiries at either house year, she has already collected two bowling ration will resume as it has The sources said Martin told
PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE OF porch large utility room and may
BOOKKEEPING HELPFUL Hant or itlt: t.II.r.l lot fully carport Naar achoola end (hopping be made as to league openings trophies one from Pine Lanes and the other several times over the century the opening session of the NATO

APPLY* COUNTY IN PERSON NEWS AT COLLIE ADVERTISING .. turnlahad $35 dn.. 1)5 a yearly rental from Brookside Bowl. As a member of the Rose that Hot Springs has had gam. foreign ministers' meeting Tuesday .

month. Loss than fl.100. Midway South and Modal bling. Umlor, this situation, onlya that Ottawa
Sos Naplaa susIXll" the
DEPT ASK FOR '.5.... I/HM BROOKSIDE BOWL mary team of Sugar N' Spice at Brookside, she
WYATT OR MR. SHUTTS Hornet on Dlaplay" small city tax conies out of Chinese Reds
V .MR Wont to buy trials, 10' w;do;j Remember. to rant. buy or Don't forget to look for the came out high in the series and was awarded a the than ultimately will be
more $50 million seated In
an. the United
Call Ml 1450. .11" contact Nation
14-Htlp Wanted MaleRock Lucllla Otto Leah Brown announcement of the Junior miniature tenpin Playing with the Holy Bowlersof nual gambling take and It might be Utter to l'.*

Virgil I Marcum Bob Jaaf ar Chamber of Commerce BoM- the Church League at Pine Lanes she was Legalisation would give the now fur a long.rang ktdutlon

r man ibis Crusher to weld Oparator and run Frets front 45-Trailers For Rent DEWEY POLLY erama beginning May 15th. awarded a plaque and small bronze replica of a gamblers security, but it would that would protect formac

I end loadar, GCITZ PAVING T rails' ,e II a wool with TV CONSTRUCTIONEERSMembers _. bowler Mrs. Sharp lives on Galleon Drive, Port Impose state and county taxes, from CoinmunUt takeover
CO Ml 25651. i/IOtf 110 a w.sk. Spaces IS a wok REALTYCorner
on the Townsend Produce and It would provide for aa
and is her to her homein
Rock Crook Trailer(' Park Royal, now on way summer
"I of lat Ave. Uo tTamlaml team, which were the win- many is seven casinos In Hot Only 4J per cent of adult AmarIcana
Canada but will be back next fall readyto
23-Misc. For Sale Trill In Elvin Springs, possibly spreading the have
Ml I 243Mlt2 ners this league, area add trophies to her collection. completed high
48-Apts. For Rent Townsend, Walt Brehm, Mike more business thin for the present school aceotding to th* L ,I-
2 br.kkfa.t tabin I with Ufh.O : Jewel Box Avenue. Watar ( McGrath photo) three big operators Office of Fducation
atarad cha rt. I droplnf. front ...w.lI. cantral boat and Pike, Ron Townsend and Fran-
tons.on Hoover Upright Swoop Sabal Shorei Apt air, I bdrma. 2 baths. porch cis Lord. Townsend Produce
ar with attachmanta Sos at 435 YEAR ROUND LIVING garage. lit.150. Moving. must TINE LANES
Orchid Driva 5/1231 Modern. one badroom and .,. aall. also won high team series, ) marathon on
Ranmora; 30 ranga In a>callanl (,ancy Aptt. furnished TV while Conditioned Air won high The ID-game
:onditon 150 Ml 2311 aftar cabla In. Monthly or yaar liS' Mandarin Rd.. 2 bdrma. Sunday May 10th was won by Bowlerama Here I
I pM. 55t round MI 2 4455 Kitty Rr and 2 bathe cantral heal and air, team game \High Individual Tex Kaverman with a 2243 w,' Jaycee Opens Friday
Inca Ava 8/3.If porch. carport Atauma mortaf '
:_ ____,__ series winner was Wilson
| a. No closing costs f I.100 00 hdcp, 2103 scratch. Denny
I bdrm furnished apti. Near mutt sell. Whldden and high Individual
24-Mics. For Rent dn 111400 Moving
baach and ahopp,ni. Waaklymonthly Vaughn was second with :'::002,

TREAT 'u. ".ht. th.y'U b. a way t foa or. yaar .'ound"i i 141 tlh St. No. I bones I game Stull went the toClyde scratch Floyd.winner John hdcp., and 1792 scratch Third

dal" iht If claanad wish SluaLualra bath firaplaca carport good was place went to Waft Brehm,2089,
R.nt alaetrla' ahampooar Ownar ,lara furn ahad affi ,mvaatmant |12.IM. In both divisions
SI. Naplaa Furnltura Co. Clancy A,r condo Stonacraft hdcp and 1789 scratch
Apia MI M15S or Ml it.tin. 450 IMh Av. So Aqualana 2bdrma FIRST FLORIDA CLASSIC-
marathon will beheld
: 2 balls caniral Ant 4 TIre next
Modern \ bedroom unfurmthad tuvjsi: watartroal. til MO Subdivisions, with members
APARTMENT with, com t bdrma June 'T, Inquiries as to
26 Personal 171 llth St No. u1
Plata kltchan Naar baach and t baths. Jar' {. ', haul Harry Sauchelll, Fred Hlllman" entries be made at Pine
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS anoop4nr 195 tilts. Ass. 110. Mt and air. 117..foCh.ao .00 dnIII and Danny Hayes, wad the winning may ., ri
.3393.. 4/ZIt' Lanes.
}00 mo with tax and InaFHA
M.n or woman wish" drinking team High team series-
----v =$100Fare No closing costs IITTMAN'S CLASSIC --
problems,, A... for help by call 190
MI I.43SI. Visitors cordially 1 bdrm .pt. Elllcl.n.C' Financing. High team game-
in H.Hart.
| I bdrma. Champions were W, Jones, .
walcomad Mtatmfi in First, TV Air" Condo 745 41h 1270 ,11th St No. Individual
Bapttat Church Anna on Ith Av.. 10. MId512., l/5.tf 2 baths $1,50000 dn. MOVE Developers. High R. Stcelc and J, Croak
RIGHT IN, No qualifyingJ107 series-Joe Salmon a 681, Gene
St at 7th Ave. ovary Tuaa and
the Radio and
month with tax and InaLot bowling on Jones
Efhcisnc.e. Day. Weak. 00 .
frt: night p15:30: P M Chamberlln's 289 him high
Month. IIRIS : gave TV Team Jones team also
1i111/ER STAMPS that make .202 or MI S Ills.Y IS Block I. Royal Harboroverlooking individual f
a good I"'pon. Any sue.Oneday bay aaawall. Coat game. won both high team series and i
service. Callisr County badroom lurniahad aliciancy 11500. aacrlfca 16950 NAPLES MEOCHANTS-- --
N.w.. t/ apt No pata a. cl..iqran. MI game. Individual high three r
'.U'. er MI I.MM. /ltl Lot 14 17th Aqui Victors were Naples Marine to Sauchelll! for his a
v.Ol' went Harry
Offered Furm.had apt lor rant US par lana. watartront, : 17500: ; Corporation. Bowlers on the
33 Services
waak Inquire at I40J Craach sacrifice $6250. 702 set. High Individual game
team were Bud Daniels Nell
Rd. I/It.HFurn for his
also was won by Harry /
Lot 33 Blvd lot
Summer Hours Banyan Nigh' Van RaeHendrlx Claude
Monday through Friday 'tnad I bedroom apart overlooking Gull. Sacrlfco, at Wyck 298: single r
I 00 to 1:30 P M m.nt. Muf living room k'tchan 35150 JolllfTc and Harold Daniels
I P.M. and bath MI 13691 7/2511 BOWLERETTE -- Awards
Closed Saturday :00 VINCE CONBOY series
High team andhlgh team
Vies Shoo RapalrV15.101 BUILDING were made at tau banquet which 4
110 Ith Avr. both u
Parkway game were won by
was held at the Elks Club on A
Ph MI 1-1745
A NEW HOME? hocffer H2 Al Iverson won
April 29, The Pampered Poodles 1.a4
38-Autos For Sale FURNISHED EFFICIENCY high Individual series, high Individual -
were the winning team.
FOR SALE: U CHEVY LIVING ROOM PATIO ON Notice To game and most Improved Bowling on that team were Ethel a I I
1063 SHADOWLAWN DR OVERLOOKS NAPLES BAY. Jones, Ethel Dlnahurg, Msrg
MI 21472 Lee MaryJoGlbbs and
1/10.3t INQ AND FISHING MI 141(7. PoliticalCandidates drlx, John Zate,Harry Clouser, Floor .
1/S.M Eaton. Naples Coveringwon -
1962 und.rbrdHardtop, R 4 Doug Mogan and Harry KIbbee a
both series and
high team
H. Power wmdowa. taata. Factory
conditioning. Low mils-, 49-Houses For Rent made up tho winning team of Marilyn Spindle took

412U'aga. MI 2.4104 after I P.M. 1 IIdrm. Ours dream hou.. Drunk-Miller Insurance. Naples nigh game: Individual single and Marg FIRST CUSTOMER for the Jaycee nowlerama Is Jaycee president, Rob-

1963 Austin Haaly, Sprlta Ton. Each room his glass sliding All political advertisement' Floor Covering won high Lee high individual series, ert McDaniel, left, Signing up to play In the seven week event which opens

naau mllaa.covar Los at and 120 haatar 5th .St 1.100 S doori.I loading Lovely' to bath large with acraanadporch sunken for Sunday's NEWS must be team series; Gulf Coast Mo- w/hdcp. Lll Miller won high Friday at the Brookside Howl Also In the picture are Paul Abrahamson, I

alter 4:10: PM. 575tTonnaau tlla School tub. MI Naar 2.31122.11...w Saa Gala in the newspaper of.ice by tors-high team game AlHaJek series scratch and May Grant center, manager of the Brookside Howl and George Pittman. general
had high individual series and
15 T.BIRO. All power bat Friday not later than 4 high single scratch Remember chairman of the event. ( NEWS photo)
bolls. I lop,. n.w tor" RAH GOING ON VACATION p.m Francis Hall high Individual had that brilliant 254
covar Going North, For weekday publication ado May of wristwatches Hardware a spinning reel
: I ROOM COTTAGILEE' The Naples Jaycees Friday Weekly prizes ;
mutt aacnfco ED 7M39 or Most Improved bowlerwas
WE I m;. Ft My.... //12,St a _. AVAILABLE ALL ELECTRIC BY KITCHEN WEEK vertlilngtopjr mush be placed WOMEN'S CIBIRCH-Bowl' game" Gibbs Officers will embark upon t "Bowler- valued at $19.95 each given by Ing ram's Hardware;
by 4 the day to Mary Jo ,
1951 C.dU.c. All I power. Tie"tory OR MONTH IN NORTH CAROLINA p.m. prior Ing on the winning Christian ama" a fund raising venture will be given as men's prizesand an electric automatic toaster(
oar. good condo Vary ,.... 3700 FT ELEVATION Iniertion. This Is an absolute elected for 1964-65 season ares
MI 2I41 S/I24I Pinheads team were Wanda for thecluh's various civic pro stainless steel silverwaresets donated by King Insurance Co.,
CALL MI 2 HI7 _>/IO It dtsdllnt and it It narilly President, Jim McKay, vice
IN EVERY WAY "1 brm houta ,ashsd. Call to the advantage of the advertn Rice Martha Plcrcy Audra president, Wes Henson: secre jects, The Bowlerama will last valued at $29.95 for the and an electric coffeemaker I

EVERY DAY MI J/iltf 1 3191 altar gals: pm. .r to piers the Ad si McConkey. Tess Hill and Marge tary-treasurer, Everett Bald seven weeks, with bowling per women from the Llenback Firestone

You ro ..'.r If you aalact early possible 10 that full Thomas. The Christian Pinheads mitted any hour, any day Including Other prizes offered Include Store

stock of.stop .quality) Car"Splc from and our 51-Wanted To Rent attention can b* given to each also won both the high win.More next column iunday. a tackle box given by SunshineCALADIIM The grand prl .e will be sn
and fourth land
Span guarantaad Uaad Cara advertisement, team series and high team acre one of
-- --
Come In and taa for vourtalf E Id."Y couple wish to laaia It is a State. sdvirtliing Uw High Individual series M offered by the Gulf AmertcenLand
12 Chav Bal Ain VI AT modernurn. homa or dupleewithin game. \
PS. RtH I W tonl51310 Naples city I Smite Plans that all political advertising went to Jean Vogt and high Individual 4 Co.. developers of Golden -
SI Ambatttdor Dick Richardson MI 25141 be paid In advance using the Gate Estates,
game-Wanda Rice.
fact RAH. air' PS PB IHi 00 t/litt_ triplicate checkormi as suthoriied \Highest Hazel Abra Second prize: will be I $600

SI Olds 4 dr AT PS WANT TO RENT under Florida lUtuUi average gift certificate to he appliedon
hams _
RH 119500II on.
2 3 badroom furn,thad or Special piiitloning-
Ramblar AmarlcanwMon or the purchase of a new Chevrolet
AT Factor 1115.UM unturn,ahad. on Bonito Bach Ads will not be sold and all More next column.
Ramblar {upon for month of Jun.. July and given by Ingram Chevrolet
Adi will be given the Mme
std sir 195 00 Auf utt Write particulars and w"l ,
M Bu,"ek La Sabra 2 dr. ,pros to Naples. P. 0. ion W rireful attention.Lawyers .
MDTP. PS PB AT 149500M DEATHSLONDON i P Cost of playing In the con-

Lincoln 4 dr. HDTP 55-Storei Office o(. I test Is 98 cents per game of

Comp aquip w fact oar AP)-The Dowager which 35
I owner above avg 171900 cenu goes to Brook

M Dodga AT.Ponaar PS R 4 WagonVI M 1095 00 OH Build'ca,nilt'50, Ind par Mo story U7 Balch)rdSI Oppose Countn Jellicoe, 86, widow of *? 11tYkZi 6' r side, 6"i( cents to the Jaycee
the admiral who commanded
59 Crown Imperial. 4 dr So. Watkins 4 Barkau. M3 organization and three cents U
aunt cond Ith Ava to MI 2 1141. Plan For StudentsTo the British Sleet In the World

HDownerTP IS9S60 4/19 tf51Houses War 1 battle of Jutland, died tax.Proceeds
II Pontiac' ConwAT Help Indigent Tuesda She also was the will be used to aid
PS. PB 1091 00 For Sale
In of the of
51 Ford Cuttomlina 2 dr. mother of Earl Jelllcoe, the last defraying expense

RHH. stick 49500 MOORINGS DELIGITura TALLAHASSEE Proposals tint lord of the Admlr.lt various projects carried out

U Plymouth Savoy i dr MS 00M bedrooms. I bath c.n- before the State Supreme Court COPENHAGEN (AP) HArold each year by the Jaycees which
wagon VI stick tril host and a,r conditioningCarpMmg to let law students represent In. ,
Plymouth 4 dr throughout escort 2badrooma Tandrup, 90, Danish author Include Operation Diabetes,
defendants and to admit
R4H atick Cemplata kitchan Includ digest who supported the Nazi and Blood Dank Christmas lightIng -
M Cadillac 4 dr AT .na disposal and *.ahwaah'ar some law graduates to the bar
PS, PB, P aaalafact Nut acraanad porch Paved without examination were quit writing after their defeat, Get-Out-The-Vote cam
nr" 745.00 driveway _did lawn. landacapad op. died hi ndal In obscurity Hit the Easter Sunrise Ser
posed Tuesday by the
Phono MI 24104 altar
manifested his dislike of democrat i ,
WOOD CHRYSLER I PM 4/2911 Bar Association w le k Av wr J vice, and the Auto Safety Check.
) long before the Nazi ?c.
bdrm. 2 bath brick boys.An Marina County Rep. William 1 George 'Inman Is general
PLYMOUTH INC. cupatlon. In low 1920s r* wrote
well and doc added and
Chappell argued for the bar that chairman of the Bowlerama for
landscaped wall to wall car '
Dictator attack
551 "The jn
2(40 N, Trail MI an
.. 141 to let some law students become
natinl and .n. HarborPlaca f7 the Jaycees Robert McDanlel
111.00. Call MI 2 5042 bar members without examination the parliamentary system t r" lY
b president of the organization.
Ine anawar. Apotnacary MI government.NEW .
.2221. I/',K. Is a form of discrimination
CALL against their classmates And .et rr'r
Arthur B. O'Keef, SI, an aa* P Georgia Town
he said the bar
58-Lott For Sale opposed giving slstant U.S. attorney gen'-r.1
MIDWAY law students the responsibility
under President Woodrow W'll.son Votes Bonds For
:PORT ROYAL 1.5122.. Gal make decisions for clients who e
laon Or va. For taia ar Toads died Tuesday. He was appointed 4 I ,
2-2107 ...,.1. G J. Harkart IUI PoatRaad lark money because they are not by Wilson In 1918 alter Urban Renewal
O.r..... Conn59Acreag yet qualified.
he had lost a bid for election to GAINESVILLE Ca (AP-

ASK The court gave no Immediaterul1n1' Congress and served until 1921. ''- --- .-- .... --. ..'- -- --- .- Voters In this northeast Georgia
the oral
on by Chappell argumentapresented and Stet IIORTULANUM That's the technical name of this fancy- city reacted to President John

FOR WIN tide OC,...a far 4 wnaifrtv son University law Professor American statesmen memorialized leaved Cnladium one of the moat colorful yet easiest to grow plants for en's visit here last week during

J*... Catllar. County *..| Paul Barnard Barnard favored at Mount Rushmore the summer j31'dl.'n, shown here at Dick Pope's Cypiess Gardena near Ms campaign against poverty

CLASSIFIEDDEPT. Batata. Ml 2.3966. Op. Su*> the proposals In the Black Hills of south Winter Ilavfn Caladiums come In hundreds of varieties and Intricate leaf with a 2.1 endorsement of the

daya"Quick The plan to enable students to Dakota, are Washington, Jef of later and a high tempera city's first urban renewal pro.
daal .*.c,... 14* tar designs Main growing requisites are plenty
Collin C mty Real Ca- counsel poor <:Hells calls for ferson. Lincoln and Theodore whack few calad- BY
ten the lady Retting set to a
ture Oh yes. charming young a vote of 1,687 to tl& they
,. .. MI 2'MS*. Opal Sundaya.l7w4f supervision b} a p u b 11 e de. Roosevelt according to the
fender Encyclopaedia Britannica rums fs Susan Holt a Cypress Gardens model. approved


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