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 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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d Governor Briefed On Security Profs Opposing

Prayer ChangesIn t ,4 t l+ vti5"s'

Constitution 'fel 1'tL"i; 1

Whole WASHINGTON (AP, Two A. {.

The or : Rocky Says law House professors Judiciary today Committee urged the to

B7 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS! vote against a proposed
amendment to permit o

prayers and Bible readings in
VIENTIANE, Lao (AP>- public school.
Western military sources laY;
some 300 men of the rlghUwlni Prof. Paul A. Freund of liar p4

army were killed or wounded li Viet UntoldWASHINGTON vard University said there Is ;,

a battle with proCommunls Story still too much misunderstandingasd 'w

Pathet Lao forces In a remote emotional unrest to consider 1R
Jungle near the border with making "the first breach In

Communist North Viet Nam. the bulwark of the Bill of

Some 300 Rights."
to 400 antl-Commu
(AP) Gov. the first Republican preslden. escorted to Johnson's office
nlst Meo tribesmen also wen tlal candidate to take Prof. Paul G. Kauper of the
Nelson A. Rockefeller said aftei r advantage While posing for photographersin
reported killed. an administration Intelligent of Johnson's offer of special the presidential office, he and University of Michigan: said It
U confirmed, It would be the briefing today that he still believes Intelligence briefings on the Johnson discussed the progressof would be "mistaken and un

largest number of casualties In the American people an) world situation for presidential civil rights and other legls. wise"' to amend the Constitution :
a single engagement of the Lao... In order to overturn the Supreme e ae9
not being told the full story r aspirants.Briefing" latlon. +
tlan civil war. Battle casualties about Viet Nam.Rockefeller the New York goy Johnson made the brlenng ot. Court's decisions banning I

In rule.the dozens have been the made the com. ernor for nearly two hours were fee to "major candidates for the official prayers and required Bible G 'r

ment to newsmen after recelv.. Secretary of State Dean Rusk, office of president" In a New reading in the schools. ,,,,nvttr. .. v

HEIDELBERG, Germany] tog the briefing from top i Secretary of Defense Robert S. York speech April 20. He said Another lawyer, William B. 4'a .

(AP-Capt. Alfred Svenson, de.., administration officers at the i McNamara and Central Intel he did so because "those who Ball, former professor of constitutional 'w A a ,

livered Into U.S. custody by So. State Department. Then he went t llgence Agency Director John seek to discuss great public Issues law at Vlllanova Unl. . '.\ .
.. .
.. i
viet authorities a week ag o:, to the White House to see Presl., McCone. must be Informed of those varsity and now general counselto o

after spending a year In East dent Johnson at the President'i Rockefeller told reporters the issues." the Pennsylvania Catholic RAPID PROGRESS Is being shown these days in the new City Recreational

Germany, has been charge I Invitation. Intelligence estimates were Rockefeller accepted with the Welfare Committee, told the Building on Eighth Avenue, South, after being dormant for more than a
The New York governor was i helpful In bringing his Informa provision that It would not ham. committee an amendment at
with desertion and larceny the
month while the contractor, F. B. Schreck waited for materials. With I
lion to date but did not of
up per his criticism administration this time "Is nut plainly necessary. .
U.s. Army announced today. change his opinion as to the for. policies ." the arrival of the laminated beams the building is fast taking shape and

ten Svenson of Lithuanian, a naturalized birth, drove till, elgn policies which he thinks 0 its evolution is seen daily. (NEWS photo

U.S. To Increase should be 'allowed.SpeclClcally .
across the border to East Germany

on May 4, 1963, In ai: question, he ,said In it reply la still to a a .lUJl ,.. ,.: ..
Army )Jeep. His use of the vehl PowerIn
Striking "fair statement" to say that he Judge Gerald
cle, which the East German:
believes the American peopleare ,
returned, Is the basis of the lar. i
ceny charge. South Viet Viet"not Nam.RQ'keCeller getting. the full story"on I

The Army announced on May]
1 that Soviet authorities had I WASHINGTON AP..TheUnl- said he still Mixes Mercy
stands on his criticism of the
handed Svenson over. ADN, the way the administration Is deal.
East German news agency, sal I
striking power planned for the B
Ing with the war In Viet Nam. r
he had been expelled after: South Vietnamese Air Force by ef
He has proposed that the
the"showing asylum himself offered unworthy him" 01 It; a third It was learned today. South Vietnamese pursue the With JusticeThe

The 75 additional Sky raid. Communists Into North VietNam '
gave no details. llXstalus
er dive bombers now due in when they nee across the a
31 and unmarried Is about clear
Evenson ,, way Just In prison for an earlier escape,
border and that the South Viet.
lives In Washington, D.C. South Viet Nam this summer for Mallory Elsterraan to return was sentenced to eight years
will be boosted to more than namese bomb supply bases ,IIOL to Pensacola and appoal this morning. Esiue surprised
the boundary In North
100, Informed sources told The a conviction which he appears a turnkey April IS, and with two
TOKYO APJ-Japan agreed Viet Nam.
Associated Press. to have a good chance of reversing other prisoners became the first
today to back Premier Khru. When Rockefeller reached the Th ; -
with this : to break out of the
V.s. Itself
Coupled advisers Jail
shchev's call for a Joint offen. White House, he was promptly ,
At this morning's monthly since Its completion In 1802.
slue to ban all nuclear weapon will step up the temp and
tests of training to double the arraignment day for criminal Ernest Johnson, charged with
-provided the Soviets accept scope
an adequate Inspection present 400 Vietnamese pilots Martin L. King cases Circuit Judge Lynn Ger. seciHid. legree murder, entereda
aid Imposed a nominal May not
guilty plea this morning
system and channel the best of them
a- '" !*' jen tflF 4g&e .
Has Own'Poverty j sentence on Elsterman, who entered after conferring with public de.
Japanese Premier Hayato into flying the propeller-driv S9eE & a guilty plea to s chargeof fender John Emerson. Bond was
Ikeda spelled out Japan's posl. ... .
en attack planes.Vietnamese Plan To Present -. ---- escape Mitigating clrrum* set at $3,000,
lion to Soviet First Premier .
Anastas I. Mlkoyan who flyers already ATLANTA Ca. APDr.- WATERMELON SEASON creates this familiar sight at the Atlantic CoastLine stances led to the light sentence Alex Howard, Willie Gray, and
are piloting single-seat Sky in whejf' line of trucks keeps stream of melons Elnttrman bid the Judge lie llettnan Kelly Banders, charged
brought Khrushchev's proposa' s,4 rUn Luther King Jr. plans to. yards Naples A a pouts ..
rakkilant! TCfr'fconveried \T convicted: of a charge In with breaking and
when he arrived Thursday for take. to President Johnson a pro. lug Into freight cars to be carried away to northern markets. Penaacula of entering an
trainers in bombing and strafeing without the aid a automobile, entered not guUty
a twiMweek visit. 1 pose( for a far more gigantic (NEWS photo)
lawyer and was sentenced to and
attacks onCommunlstguer a pleas> liked for trial by JurI'
Mlkoyan did not comment on attack on poverty than the President .
term In the stile prison. II* A Miami
lawyer representedthem. V
Japan's Insistence rillas. They also are
on Inspection opera. ( has proposed "bill of transferred \
was to the prisoncamp .
rsaCeruards, which Is similar (<. ting certain kinds of transports, rights for the disadvantaged"
the position of the Western pow. light reconnaissance planes and The Negro leader, presidentof at Deep Lake, from whkh Attorney for Helen Green,
Faced With Problems he
with Industry Wage escaped a little more than charged with assault with intentto
era which the Soviet Union helicopters the Southern Christian Lead. a month ago.Elslerman. commit murder and hlUuid.

has refused to agree. The objective of the expanded ershlp Conference, said today said he left only
(Continued 10)
U.S. effort In this area Is his plan would Immediately By SAM DAWSONAP On the Income side there are>I fore price Increases and can. to go |to the aid tif his ailing

PORTLAND, Ore. AP Ore- to get more of the Vietnameseto transform the conditions of Negro Business News Analyst new wage patterns to be hammered .> eel out the benefits from the cut mother In Texas, and apparent.ly .

gon's Republican free-for-all- fly combat missions and thusto life millions-as well of Indigent as conditionsfor white NEW YORK (AP-The poUt.>, out this summer, with i I In federal Income taxes his presence helped her re. Traffic ViolatorsGet

presidential primary election enable U.S. Air Force pilots, ICal furor tends either to hide chief Interest centered on the> Labor Is well aware thai cover. Law officers reported

with six candidates and one In Viet Nam for training chores persons."I don't possibility of or distort the business perplexl.! auto Industry. many corporations are report. Elsterman stayed out of trou. Cigars From
see any ties which also be resolved is hard to, record with ble during his trip. Eventual.ly .
of may Washington trying i ing profits along
settled out fightingas
stay the
campaigner being bringing the Negro Into Proud Father Cop
much this summer And these largely get both labor and management; rising sales. he was picked up and return. -
as possible. life
mainstream of American
today. nonpolitical Issues can set! the to follow what It calla guidlines e. Management spokesmen ire ed here.
officials Informants said this Is the without some type of MISSION KAN. AP ."Ev
Election forecasta compen
pattern for the Income you may Primarily they preach busily pointing out that profits Under a 1963 Supreme Court
record GOP turnout of about meaning of Secretary of Defense satory consideration to make up expect and the prices you may moderation Washington wants i, should go still higher If new ruling, Elsterman is entitled to eryone patrolman Jerry Pike

265,000 voters. Robert S. McNamara's for all the "things he has been find on the goods and IIt'rvlcelyou labor to as. for pay Increasesthat i capital Is to be attracted for the be re-trled on the Pensacola stopped for a minor traffic

And public opinion pollsters statement Thursday that It Is deprived of, King said In an want. won't upset the balance of', financing of business expansion charge because he was not rile violation got s elf ar.

predicted more of them would desirable to Increase by 100 interview concerned with The party "campaigns arc production costs and prices AndIt to meet the goals of economic presented by counsel lie says He and his wife had wanted
vote for Henry Cabot Lodge per cent the number of Vietnamese poverty feel we could do It withal being waged against a back. wants management to resist growth. ha Is Innocent, and soon he will s baby for 13 years, and Mrs.

than for any of the other five pilots and to strengthen >out $15 billion," King said ground of general prosperity any waite demands that would Many businessmen feel that have a chance to give his side Pike gave birth Thursday to a

contenders. further the VietnameseAir "The President has proposed and growing confidence. At the as soon as competition permits, >pound 13-ounce son-Douglas
midpoint In the second whim costs mount GETS 8 YEARS
quarterof or production
But their election-eve sam- Force. something over $9 million, Anthony Pike.
the year the majority of re. Find again prices must to David Eugene Escue, who en.
go up pro.vide
plings Indicated the Lodge lead "This will be done very which Is only a beginning ports show the economy at new adequate profit margins on glneered a three.man escape "Mother and baby are doing

was tapering off from the wide promptly" McNamara saidat "I plan to discuss It with the heights with good chances of sales. from the county jail the day al. fine, and dad Is flying," pike

margin they had forecast ear the White House after returning President In a month or so asa going still higher If- Another mystery also Is ex. ter being sentenced to one year reported

lier. from Saigon and reporting concrete proposal| after It has The Us can be Important. And Deplorable On peeled to be solved before
been worked out more thoroughly
to President Johnson some should become clear b. autumn This Is how the con. Opens
i Fore election time. will
THE HAGUE (AP-The North sumer finally react to the
federal! tax cut savings. Co far
-- -
In Atlantic a state Treaty of suspended Organization polltlr..1anim..tlon Is ., "f'.r" dl ,t, .,\ .t "rt '''' Johnson Land he has been upending the new

until after the U.S. ." ,_ 'l money moderately, saving some Anglers Get
and British elections this fall. .:". "" "iij,1'! / ,;, WASHINGTON (AP) Two of It, using the rent to pay up
old debts. U the consumer starts
NATO foreign ministers went Republican congressmen report
home Thursday night from The } "deplorable poverty" among spending a lot more by fall, the

Hague after three-day meeting : I;' tenants on Alabama farmland pressure to hammer out sizable Their; Own TourneyA

that failed to solve basic problems owned by Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson wage Increases and to raise
menacing their unity The rejoinder from an aide prices to meet the higher pay. .
roll will build fishing tournament lot the
Jaybaas will
lMkJ up. conduct the
JIljJ. to the First Lady Is that they
At Issue Is the possibility of youngsters 13 and under will be., youngsters tournament.
are permitted to slay at their
Two On Scooter PHASl another round of inflation gin as Sunday at HOI a-ra.undel The annual event has been
own request despite other plans
i PROTECT J Ja for use of the property There Is little sign of it at the the sponsorship of the Naples moved up two weeks earlier this

Slightly Hurt In : Reps Dave Martin of Nebraska second quarter's midpoint. Jaybaas, coinciding with the season, said Pfaff, to enable ang.
OUR There could be plenty of signs annual fishing tourney of the lars to take advantage of the big
and M.G. Snyder of Ken.
Crash With Auto FORESTS at by election time Greater Naples Chamber of Com. May run of snook.
turky opened the exchange
< Philip R. Hadley,15,'746 Fourth a news conference Thursday,
waters and for that .
Ave., S. and Mark S. Welch, 14, WilDLIFE dcsi'rlblng what they saw on a According toCharl..1l01l.J..y. reason we
Tried To Break bees the children'stourney decided to advance the data,"
lit COUll"cOII"rr president,
449 Fourth Ave. 8., were given trip financed by the Republican
first aid by late Congressional Campaign Committee will enable younger an. said Pfaff. "OrldlnarUv the
a physician p
afternoon ,? ----L World Record Of glen to win prizes. and get rar.ognltton tournament doesn't open until
Thursday following an
the first 1 of June."
for their catches with.
accident at the corner of Eighth Martin and Snyder, both opponents
42 In One Bed
Ii>>>rlz s In the Jaybaas
out having to compete with the _tourney
Street, South and Fifth Avenue, of the Johnson anti ov
South. art) bill, suggested the Presl. LONDON: (AP-"Four tons older, more experienced fisher will be given tor unusual catches

They were both slightly Injur.ed dent ought to follow the of humanity were on top of me," man. as well as for the largest of the

In a collision between the Christian admonition "paryour said Frazer Cartwrlghl, 16. "It Three organizations will par. various species. Merchants are

motor scooter on which they were er1v house In order' before preaching nearly squashed the Ute nut of tlclpata this year In the fish urged to donate prizes, Holt said
riding and a car driven by Evelyn t { AI hi* antipoverty doctrine me. I thought 1 was being killed. sweepstakes, David Pfaff, ax.acutlva .

N. Rimes, 3216 Collee Court. Elizabeth Carpenter, staff Never again, thank you." vice-president of the Peking Line, Road

Mrs. Rimes was attempting to + ly dire'.tor for Mrs. Johnson, dls- Student at Wakefield TachnU chamber has announced Cham
make a left turn from Eighth t cussing the criticism with reporters cal and Art College In Yorkshire bar officials will be In chargeof To Nuclear War,

Street on to Fifth Avenue, South, said Mrs. Johnson has decided Thursday night to try the tourney for non-resident Soviet ChargesPARIS
and the motor scooter operatedby been putting the property Into to break the world record of 42 members} the Naples Racrea.

Hadley was going south on timber for a better profit as it students In one bod. I lion Department will sponsor the (AP-Mikhail' Suslov:

Eighty,, Street at the tlmo of the be ima vacant hazer and four others volun. 1 toumeyfor' : local residents, and the Soviet Union's Ideologicalauthority r

collision. "What would they have Mrs. teered to form the bottom lay. accused the Chinese

Mrs. Rimes vas given a ticket Jot. son do-make them move ere Forty-five more climbed on, Absentee Ballot Communists today of followinga

for falling to yield the rlght.of. off the land?" sha asked. to make a record CO. line that can lead to nuclearwar
way by Naples Police.City's SMOKEY T BEAR, standing eight feet tall yesterday was placed by For She ':Ited In particular the As the last three students Forms AvailableAt ,

eat .Fire Hangers\ on the parking lot of The Rank of Naples to remind Fifth ass of Charlie Cutler, 75, who scrambled to the top of the In s speech to the 17th con.

Avenue passersby that local forests arc dry and the danger of fire ever has lived on the land since<< Mrs. writhing mass, Frazer yelled: CourthouseApplication grass of the French Communist

DelinquentTax present. Shown inspecting the huge sign painted by Frank Carter of North Johnson's grandfather owned It. "Get off I Oulrkl I I'm-" forms for absentee i ii part 'he called for a showdownon

Ft. Fire Prevention Committee members (I tor She said Cutler wrote Mrs Ha didn't finish the sentenceBlond ballots,'i are now available at the led split with Moscow
Collier County
Myers arc Johnson Jan. 12 1963 gushed from his now and flea, of the registrar In the He declared Chinese Comma-
List On Page 9 saylnjt
Mamie Tooke and Fred Winter, Committee member
Norman Mrs.
) Herren
"1 .im too old to farm but I ha fainted. Bounty Courthouse. Applications I mists were stalling for lima In

The City of Naples delinquent unable to be present were Lafayette N. "Casey" Ingram and William would like you to let ma liveIn Other students shouted lo lust be filled out, notarized,and I an effort to split the parties In

tax list appears as legal adver. Price. Nine of the colorful signs built to last Indefinitely will be placedin the house until death, I those on lop to jump. They returned to the registrar not UU 'rarlous nations

tiling on Pap 9 of this Issue.It the county two in Immokalee (one at Bank of Everglades and another please.. Jumped. e,r than ( p.m., Thursday, May He said the Soviet Union Is

wUl run again on May 24Uu at fire tower) and others atJUArsaJire tower,,at county headquarters, Mrs. Johnson replied that Cutter Frazer was unconscious and 2:1. I determined to press for a meet.
could I the other four on the bottom The absentee ballots will be I Ing of world Communist parties,
Sale of tax certificates on do.llnquent Carneatown JHKij ry..JOlt" Miles City. slay as long as he
properties will be held 'junctwn.Cli411s cr' library ranted, Mrs. Carpenter said were woozy Artificial f'lI1>lra- due l back In the retatrar'.omco i I md the majority "ara of the

at 1:30 p.m., May 28, at City Cost of the signs WM WtJ i.BWfr fKS> tf *t,,;: Naples Garden Club, and later sent clothing for his, j lion' finally brought Fraser n* later than S p.m., Monday <4 plnlon that such a conference

Hall. Collier County AudeJtiBMK, ; rheVr\8!t.iIIlf. trandrhlldren. around. May 33. b I useful and necessaryPJlON )

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I Cuban Exiles Learning New x Soldiers Bury Headless With DIRECTORY

Full HonorsADEN . . .
tw British soldiers whose heads OF NAPLES CHURCH
EMPORIA Kan. (AP)-Fer. -which with fan lilts numbers were 'larked off by rebel tribes. Rev. Richard B..., Pastot
nando A. Mata speaks English 76-keeps one common thought iy i men are being burled In Aden Rev Robert Marti. pastor SUNDAY
reasonably well but has trouble to return wane day to Cuba. ; rr 1 / todaj with full military honors.
.. .. a >5m Morning Worship, I.SO ft 1
d bodies of Sunday School : -
reading it.Roberto Mats: and Jose Amaro both / The headless Capt.
Sunday School ':4'
Ravelo understand for teacher 'rr Robin Edwardes and Pvt. John a.m.
can *' working temporary
English better than he certificates, were observers being I Warburton were discovered In 1 Morning Worship,10s0a.mTraining Jr. Intermediate and Sr.
speaks it. observed in a Junior high the Radfan Mountains 60 miles' M.Y.F, eJO: p.m.
Dr Jose Morell, like all his> social studies class of a public north of Aden by troops of the Union . 6sSOp.ro. Evening Worship 7:80 park

fellow Cubans here, hopes someday i laboratory school operated by Britlsh-protected Federation of TUESDAY
au1 1 Evening Worship ... 7JOp.m. Men's Prayer Service 7 ..
to return to his Island na the college. South Arabia British army p.
tlon.The Mata, a Junior high school : thorltles announced Thursday Choir Practice 8:00 p.m.
three are among 23 Cubans teacher In Cuba for 21 years night. WEDNESDAY
taking part in a high-level Is impressed by the differenceIn The shallow graves near the Midweek Prayer Service
rehabilitation program at Kan. teaching methods."I Yemen frontier were within a WEDNESDAY Adult k Children, 7:30 p.m
sac State Teachers College All like the active social few hundred yards of where
were professionals in law, med. groups here," he said "It helps Edwardes' nine-man patrol ran Prayer 3 Meeting 7JOp.m.
iclne or education before fleeing develop the student. In Cuba into more than 100 rebels April IMMOKALEE
Fidel Castro's regime the traditional system of teach. 30. Edwardes and Warburtonwere CHURCH OF GOP

Different requirements and ing Is used." killed as the patrol charged FIRST ASSEMBLY Pastor: Rev O. P. OBau
standards pre v e n t them "There is very high motivation shoulder to shoulder and broke Sunday School 10 '..IIt.Morl'l"r .
from continuing their chosen and Industry among them t through a ring of tribesmen.The .
Worship 11
careers. So they came to the as students," said: Dr. Hubert '(3ve1.P'lsewt.Saf rest of the patrol escaped. Miadowlawn Ave., E. Napl* Evening Worship 7:38 a.m.
campus from Miami, Fla., last Me Ado, a professor of educa. An intelligence report said the Rev H.M. Snow p.m.
February to begin preparing: tlon and faculty advisor for 18 : severed heads were burled just Sunday School 10 am.
for new professions. of the Cubans. across the Yemen border In Morning Worship 11 a.m.
After a year of academic Dr Robert Lee, director of Qataba. Evening Worship, 730 p.m.. EVERGLADES
training including summer the department of library education Four days later the British Youth Service .. Tuesdayat COMMUNITY CHURCH
sChool-they to become L Middle East Rev H. G. Welsbotker, prefer
expect reported a high degree M. commander said 7:30 p.m.Midweek .
teachers or library workers in of enthusiasm among the seven the heads had been displayed on Service .. Thursday S.nday School 10 a.m.
this country. students studying for library GAVE CHANGES HANDS Edgar Daugherty, right, new president of St. spikes In Talz, one of Yemen'stwo at 7:30 Morning Worship 11 a.m.
The Cubans say they are hap. work All of the group, he said Ann's Holv Name Society accepts gavel from Vince Conboy, left, retiring capitals. The report shocked p.m.
py end grateful for another mingle well with the approxl.> head, at Society's annual Mother's Day Breakfast on Sunday at the Beach British public opinion. GOSPEL A'PTiiT CHURCH
chance at a career The group mately 5,000 students enrolled Club Hotel. In center is Father Bernard Hickey, pastor of St. Ann's Later UA officials at Tail Guilfoid f.A., Guilford Acne EVERGLADES BAPTIST

here.A Church, More than 250 persons from Naples attended the event as wellas reported that the heads had not E. C. Begird Pastor CHAPEL
cooperative arrangement 17 members been displayed there. Leaders of Dominion Rd., Avulon Estatel I'astort Rev. Eric C. Weldon
St. Leo's
Bonita McGrath
parish Springs. ( photo)
PresbyteriansTo between the U.s. Educational De.. Britain's opposition Labor party Cant Naples Sunday School 9:45: ....
partment and religious groups criticized the Conservative (OV' SUNDAY SERVICES Worship
Hold PicnicSunday makes the retraining possible. Price exhausted but excited, Is my first visit but I as.> eminent for putting out an unverified Bible School 10;00 a.m. Services! ..lla.m.t 8 p.m.
"These Cubans, llkemost old. Leontyne gro singer was besieged you not my last," she report. Morning Woi.lilp 11:00: a.m.
In Park er students, are more serious ens of admirers In London Prime Minister Sir Training Service 7:00: Training Union. Of.. 7 p.m.
In their studies," said: Dr. Me. received Dr. and Mrs. an hour after the per Alec Douglas-Home told the p.m.
Gets Ovation In .
Members of the Evening 8:00
First Presbyterian WoisMp : p.m.
Ado. "They know what they Luther King Jr. and more than 30 persons i House of Commons Thursday Midweek Prayer Service..8p.m.
Church will hold their want a other Negroes In her outside the theater for a night that the Middle East Is
second annual church picnic at "One of the big problems Atlanta Debut roan' of the soprano whose 1 ready to erupt into war. But he Bible Study and
3 o'clock afternoon we've had Is in thrilled, Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. COPELAND; BAPTIST
Sunday May handling requests so had captivated them. said his government had no in1 .
17, in Lowdermilk Park for thorn to make per. ATLANTA Ga. (AP)-Leon. "it brought tears to my audience burst Into thund 1 tentlon of Intervening In the Choir Practice 1:15: p.m. MISSION
Games and organized recreation sonal appearances at civic I line Price who began her King, Southern and prolonged applause 1 struggle between Yemen's republican Rev Clyde Martin
ire planned for 4 o'clock clubs. They've been in real de. i career In s Mississippi church leader told the Miss Price's first lengthy and royalist factions Sunday School 10>> ....
Each family has been asked to mand all over the state." bring their own picnic Each family depending o on I to Atlanta and received In her for Atlanta I was so the acclaim after inter only objective Is to protect its CHURCH 11 ajn. and 7:80: p.m.
and tables If desire supper size, draws $230 to $353 amorith 'worlds, an "overwhelming reat the response. This when the soprano's rare i military base at Aden and live Port Royal Prayer Meetings
they while In school. i 511011 lie." genuine expression of obliterated everything up to Us treaty obligations to the The Rtf: Richard T. Lambert Wednesdays at I p...
Soft dirnks will be
furnished. College officials emphasized Miss Price won prolonged ap tlon-and about 93: per South Arabian federation, which Sunday Services
that all the Cuban students are I plause during her performance the audience was white. seemed clear that the an- is menaced by rebel tribesmen Holy Communion, 8:00 a.m.
The Pacific Ocean covers paying normal college fl'es. I in the Metropolitan Opera's pro Miss Price told King composed mostly of At* supported by the Yemeni republlcans Family Worship, Church CHOKOLOSKEBCHURCH :
about one-third of the entire buying their school books, and 'I ductlon of "Don Giovanni" group that she enjoyed white elite,* agreed for and President Carnal Ab. OF GOD
area of the globe. paying nil their expenses. After the final curtain call, lama debut moment with Miss Price' del Nasser of the United Arab Re. School and Sermon 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.

that "singing Is the only public. WednesdayHoly Morning Worship! 1! ....
thing in the world." Communion, 9:30 am.
previous ap' Holy Day
I In the South have, Johnson, Truman Communion at 8:00: a m. UAOO CHURCH OP GOD
before integrated au Ira D. Hanee, pasMf
in her hometown of Attend Funeral Morning Worship 11 a.m.

Yo II cAre CorJiaInviteJ I Ii received.Miss where she was 1 For Rep. Cannon FIRST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN OF NAPLES Evening Worship 7:15 fm.

ELSBERRY, Mo. (AP)-With Third Ave., So. A Sixth St.
Richards Roofing Service. President Johnson and former Rev John W. Stump COODLAND MISSION
Falling President Harry S. Truman Sunday School OF OUR
9:30 SATIOUPSunday
Pt.ne I-4MI : a.m.
: somberly taking( on Thursday Service on Sunday School, 9 '*...

I 'Your Compute Hardware Hardwire ;: '' 1 L, cAttcII,1 thc Ch"rc ... I'I'E In Chicago, this rled small its most rural famous community son, Rep.bu. 9:30 a.m. R.T. Richard! T. babies

_711 Mh Av.. Ie.E Clarence Cannon. ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC
Reveal Cannon, who became one of 3rd St. & 10th Ave, So JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
I Naples Rexall Store the most influential men In Father Bernard I. Hickty 1 Kingdom Hall 107th Avenue

5 _toe th A.... Ie. ", l'\f y.Ourc. ei v .. "" (AP>-Crime of r parents Washington In ,the will cemetery lie beside outside his Sunday Masses ,.4.8-10.11 an. Minister Wallnc Endres

j The Bank cR.NeP s : ,\10/lP; "IJ ,hnA vtrsat) .yl, ". 1 + Is falling off 'in fits home town He died Tucif weekdays 7 ,a.m. only Bible Study Wed. 8 p.m.

'Growing, with N. .1>).. end .- -. . ... ..., ,.. .. i .a..1. most tMWM: j A:, 'i riiyi( "t the. age','of 86ViiYVflk.}f Confessions Saturday4to5pm.and7totpm. 'i Minister School FrI: 7:30 p in.
t Collier County Since, IMtMtmbor of the credit for the ington. I Set'vie* Meeting( Fri. 8:30: ''pftj.:
'1- F.D.I.CHartle's crime rate belongs to 1 Residents of northeast Mis Sunday School 0 a.m. I IConfraternity Public Addren Sunday 5t30 p.m.
/ These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church Supt. Orlando W. Wilson sourl's 9th District first sent Class of A etch Tower Study Sun 6:45 p.m

Variety Store says it's "all been east 1 him to Congress In 1922. He Christian Doctrine
= and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. remained FIRST
M ninth Stroot. SouthBob's I thought it would be." there 41 years, 19 of Mondays ut 7:20: pent CHRISTIAN
a former dean of them as chairman of the House
Pastry Shop at the University of Approproations Committee. EAST NAPLES Mandarin Dr. Coquina Sands

lie Mh. St., No. MI 11710 Is beginning his fifth Most of the town's 1,500 resi. BAPTIST CHURCH Minister
Froth sewed Oexxl 0.,1,' as head of the 13,000-man Rev. James W. Mackey
dents gathered to their fl. .
pay Miadowlawn; Ave Emit
a Naples Federal Savings department largest. one of the nal an respects.estimated The 10,000 crowd as swelledto mourn Rev. Ladies Barge, Paler Church Bible School Service 9:45 11 a.m...m.

and loan Association J".o Wilson took over, some ers came from throughout the Sunday 'Choir: Practice Wednesday 7:30

i tOO Mh A..... So. MI HIM it was also one of the most rolling hills surrounding this 'Sunday:; School 10:00 rem Vesper service 5 p.m. SurMay
Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.
Mississippi River
i Jim's Sunoco fiC-LuT S not going to bury my People lined the sidewalks community., tour ;;Training Union 7:00 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST

I Lifetime QuinnUod Muftlerti S In the sand," Wilson said deep outside the First Baptist 1'Evening!: Worship 8:00 p.m. Tamlaml Trail at 14th Ave N.
i MI LQ11.r t.M7I Mipl.1. FU.I Interview Thursday Church. WednesdayMid >Charles WhartoH II. minister
I w. Give Stamp g Don't be sad, was a lot of corruption President Johnson flew from Week Sunday

in the department be. Washington to St. Louis by Jet Prayer I' Service 7:30: p.m. Bible study 10 a.m.
| Naples Coin The book has
Laundry no
came. Adult'
: transferred to helicopter for Choir 8:16:
Ii i IP.edll Qunn, Wiihir WithU ft but it's a wonderful had then and still have i the 50 mile flight to Elsberry. Practice Morning worship 11 *.m.

.S. Hwy 41 N.Boy ft Whitman Blvd the most lUlllltlll"U i of organl/ed crime In Chi Cannon's wife, two daughtersand Evenln worship 7:30: p.m.
Open 14.Noun N. Nipln story in the world I Y We haven't got it whipped other relatives sat in a NAPLES PARK WednesdayBible
we're CHURCH
I W. Hoirr, Own. working on it. small room to the right of the gjjdv730; p.m.
hear about it in year while the nation's |pulpit. lie,. Marion E. Wacaaer GRACE LUTHERAN

Naples Furniture Co. School and when crime rate rose 10 per The Rev Paule Crimes de. Sunday School 10 a.m. CHURCH OF NAPLES

i MM No. Timl.ml Trill t. older you'll be able to a dropoff of more than 3 :1 livered the eulogy. :Morning Worship 11 ajn. Missouri SynodU.
it for yourself. : .' was recorded! In Chi A 43-man delegation from the Evening Worship 7:30 pm. S. 41 and 12th Ave., No.
BB Builders Specialties .\House of Representatives and I'Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30: p.m. Pastor
Her eager young; "' broken the trend," :]Missouri's two Rev.
senators, Stuart George W. Price
Troll North Ml M1M
Plywood Doort Buildirt HdwiSchliso is ready to learn and said, and he gives much Symington and Edward V. Long, FIRST METHODIST Sunday SchooLJ a.m.

I hutiwin Dontor. LockiLamplighter find it easy to II credit to a host of major I also traveled from Washington CHURCH OF NAPLES Church Service ,10.30: .,m.

Cafeteria t the glorious truths of I has programs.a host of critics, i for the service First I j Avenue, S. A Fourth St. Holy Com1JunlGnFlnt

Downtown U.$. 41 So. Bible if they are I of them on the police CHURCH 1]Pastor i : Rev. HirrjLCPerhemSunday Sunday each Month

ol 4-Cirnoro Niploi, Fli. to her in pictures, j jI who sullenly refer to him DAYTON, Ohio (AP) *hen Worship |11 a.m.
and songs. The professor" young people go into full time re* S un. Eve Worship Servo at 7:30": ;FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
C. A. Anderson. : hours she spends in he said they don't worry legions work, it "does not come Sunday School 9.45: a.m. SCIENTIST
Junior, Intermediate and
Interior j ft CutinorPointing bout through one individual
: day School could be the Seniqr Avenue at 6th Street
I DocontinfWollpiporint such aa the minister, but u a Fellowship 6 ".11'. Sunday Service
: a.m.
ginning of an of Stratford- pon.Avon's result of the flavor of the local Prayer Meeting
Phone Ml' JI732 P O. Bon I lNipln Tudor Wednesday at 8 Sunday School 11:00: ..nl.
Florida Christian faith that structures,, church says Dr. John I. Parr pent ,Wed. Evening Meeting 8 p.m.
Hall/ old Holy Trinity of Linden Avenue
e sustain her all her life Baptist Church 'Reading Room S0 park St. _
= Marathon Dredging Corp. You feel that your the grammar school, the Contributing to thia etmo- ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC Mon. -Wed. -Fri.
-i Mirlne Construction and .. and the stone bridge sphere, he says, are volunteers CHURCH
10a.rn.4o 1
dren deserve the
Land Divolopmint best. as they probably did who work with the young people Igll Building corner of p.m.
iI Ml_' I.u1 l Niplii. FloridaTrail them an early .' day. of the church in various programs. (ood.vln: Street and the Trail CHURCH OF GOD

to the beauty of the Bonita Spring 'Cor. '.Oth St. A 11th Ave., X.
Builders I ,
SupplyCompany tian religion give I Father Joseph E. Beaumont Rev. David Lanier
I the security of a Sunday Masses 7:30, 9.30 rem Sundsjr School 10 a.m.
Naploo. Florida I Confession: Prior to Miming Worship 11 amEvatpelstie
Christian home Sunday MasieiIMMOKALEE Service 7:30 p.m.
I West Coast Furniture ) know that these are Ttesday Prayer Meeting

i c.mpl.t.Intoner.' greatest gifts you 7:30 p.m.Thmdav .
I seeIh A.... So. Hop'''. '1.. w .. x provide. BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST YPE 7:30 p.m.

a Pastor Rev. L. E. Daniel
Charles R. LeBuff y THE CHURCH FOR ALL
I .Vorihlp 11 am"' (A 7:30: p.m. EMMANUEL LUTHEJMll
= De'.,' Cabinet Furniture Rapair t f ASSEMBLY OF GOD
1.w (L.C.A.)
Iii Tile l kuivh la tM' ymnMIrlh
Antlfluo Reproduction aaitk far Ik* build Rev. A. P. Hewte Mooring Line 4 Bow Line
i 4/ si. So. MI lieuJimmie t'h: : : : Drs.
l f yawl Sunday School 10 a.m. In the
ilinniMf' ll V a amnnniarU
i GibbsPlittorini w HWiHwl 1 tuliwa.ithuui Morning Worship ..... Pee,*.e Dr. Upland. D. Fsfiior
ft Masonry ContractorPhono a a urony thurth neither Evening Service 780 p.m.rayer Sunday School 9
I -1t drmarrarv nor milu.ilion P Meetlnr Wed I ..m. a.m.
Ml I rIN ChnrcK Serrice
rem .urviv.. Thn am ruur 10:30 *..m.WENTRAL .
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j aound r.i>ona h, '\rOe -
Van Der Veer / rvenlll..w1d"u.wlei.! "<.. fULL GOSPEL
I- Music Center rrgulorU l end MO iuiHiri it.|; yw: \b.':,"iUTsakt d COMMUNITY ormcTrRev. 1 BAPTIST CWRCH

Complata I Initruction I I-! rid In. ,I. Don Paulson Now
Dapartmint : pastor meeting Masonic
In any Inttrumint d"nr.ik> i H ><* llw .i.k.if Temple
i MELT MUSIC DEPT hn. ivoimunilt and n.in,".11I Rev. George Paulson, North On The Trail

lee, Ml M. N. Ml' ',...., a ': I 1ierM..banfthe.huni.ftbhdi n*.la :tua mur:I IIIMJL ) asslstaat pastor Pastor
.1Id iiili'rtal' auinntt. Pliestu'5dve a r Dominion Dr. Avalon Estates Rev ClecarMrrnllum
rhanh. maul id.! South
end Mid Hikk did.l .[ Sunday Services
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Advartiainf Slraaburf.
k :" sdi d III. grain, Sunday School 10 a m. Sunday School 10 10m.
Naples Laundry & Morning worship n Wor
a.m. nip Service n
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday .m.
Cleaners, Inc. I Samuel I Chronicle Proverb Matthew I Corinthian II Timothy Hebrew Sunday evening 7 p.m. Bible Oajse 6s30p.m.

ieH Mft A.... I., MI I-J4SI 3:10-21 16:8-18 3:21.27: 11:25-30 12:27.31: 3:10.17 5:7-14 Wed prayer service 7.0 p.m. Evening Service 7:30 p.m..
"One Day Service Available"

I T C H E D ROOF Chapel of snusual* design near .NOTE Th|. directory will ap,pear recilarly each ash !lahe

completion at Mbabane, Swan, and ctomod.les tal Ik"SEW8.11 rh.rrhs in trite eounly '
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s: Harbor .. : r Emrglades_ COLLIER Friday coUNT Nay It,NEWS IH4 __3_


I t. Bow LineBY .. -.... t r 1r' 'L 'ij By Juanita Weldon : :?})y .s f Weather EIsewfc PRE28"'

;big event of the year for C.D. Culpepper fished In the High Low Pr.

NOMIS ROGERS the high school Juniors and seniors 10,000 Islands for a couple of Albany cloudy el 45 .07

I --- I the annual banquet and days and left Thursday afternoon Albuquerque, clear 87 51

Well I'm prom will take place this Sat- for home. W'hneherethey Atlanta clear e7 48
back. Remember I new great great nephew,Richard { .DC
told 'J' ) The stayed In Paul E. Lee's cottage Bismarck, cloudy 7J 48
you we were going to For t Gene. To make the day near per. urday night. Juniors under 74 44
Lauderdale for the the of Lee "Curlew Corner." Mr, Boise cloudy
Postmaster a;i feet, my sister Marlon called supervision Tye 53 48 M
State Convention, where I reall y from North Carollna.Aren'llarre have made arrangements for the DeLoach bought property here Boston, cloudy 52 88 .U

enjoyed every hour. Have alwayi s families wonderful So, I ain't banquet to be held In the Ever- list year and likes to come down Buffalo clear clearCincinnati M 45
found our Florida postmaster
be a warm and friendly grout> received a dozen red roses The banquets used to be held Mr, and Mrs. Dick Moore of Cleveland,,clear 54 35

and even though they have to rag; from our Gal, Ernie, and heri there every year until about Miami have purchased the Denver clear 84 43

business come up with sessions some they real alwayi treats i Bill .. so there! 'Ol ? ? j eight years ago. Since that Charlie Bush house on Copeland Des Moinesdear 71 53

This time, they have been held In Avenue. Mrs.Moore operates Detroit clearFairbanks 84 42
year we enjoyed the wonderful
singing of the Fort Lau. SLOWING DOWN the school lunchroom; but the a Beauty Shoppe In Mil mi. cloudy 41 S3 .01
Things her at Naples Land. I tier Fort cloudy 84 86
derdale High School choral new owners of the Lodge con We hope that In the near future Worth
group> Yacht Harbor are really slow. sented she will establish a shop In Everglades Helena, clear 67 42
who will sing at the World's Fair w to having big event
'Inr down as all the following Honolulu cloudy 81 71 .11
Also, there was a take place there again. The also. At the present
very Inspirit;g week (
folks have left this past Indianapolis clear 66 42
7 ,
talk by Banks Gladden, regiona 1; The Glenn Stanleys, Harley and meal will be served at 5:30 time, the house Is being completely Jacksonville clear 83 56

director from Atlanta Post Offlc> Lois Knox, Isabel and Hank Rex. .t p.m. around the pool. The renovated and a front Juneau, rain 46 38 .45

Department, who, among othe:r in, Dick and Hazel LeCUrceand .J-, \ juniors are naturally excited room ended by her father who Kansas City, clear 78 62

things reminded us that as lon r: Peg and Wes Bremer. Mildred ., I about this stroke of good luck Is a contractor Los Angeles, cloudy 71 51
as groups of some 50 or 60 young. and Larry Davidson left today 7 and anticipate the best event Mr and Mrs. George Fogle Louisville clear 71 41
sters could sing like that, wneedn't s... of this kind In the history of our newest groom Memphis,
worry too much about oui r We will miss them all but I 84 77 .85
the school. Anyway It will entertained for the first time Miami cloudy
girls Gene and boys Then Postmastei r Just can't envy them the hot w, r .... be the first of Its kind to be on their Turner River property Milwaukee, cloudy 61 42

Dunlap of Miami brough t' summer up there.. while we are .... .. ...... .u.U. :at+ rota held around As last Friday. Many of their Mpls..St.P., cloudy 75 60
out the now famous'Singing Mall -qMEMBERS- -- --- -- -- -- -- --- ---- a pool always,
men' of Miami. They are topi 1 1 enjoying and nights the here nice in cool Naples.evenings Of of the Future Nurses Club of America a Naples Senior High the motif has been kept close friends joined them for a rib New New Orleans York, cloudy clear 80 73 49 62 .33

and we were fortunate enough t o 1 I course, they all feel sorry for School onranization, serve as "Voluntecns" at the Naples Community Hospital ly guarded secret and no one Is barbecue swamp cabbage and Okla. City rain 78 62 T

buy one of their recordings. us being here In the mosquito and have been especially active in recognition of National Hospital to know what It Is until Saturday home made baked beans Omaha, clearPhiladelphia 77 47

season but I tell them, at least, week, nctinjr as hostesses in showing visitors around. Two girls in the club, night.Wednesday. Mrs. Kathleen Man was rain 74 53 T

YOUTHFUL 92 a mosquito lights long enough ford Joyce and Judy Vice, during their membership! in the club have volunteeied Mrs. Helen pleased to have ill her child Phoenix cloudy 07 56

After the convention Mr I! you to demolish It but 10 or 12: over 1,000 hours at the hospital. Members shown front row, from Langford's fifth grade enjoyeda ren with her on Mother's Day. Pittsburgh clear 54 39

Mrs. Joe Porcher of Melbourne, flies wear you to a frazzle be. left, are : Sherry Ison, Carol Downs, Sharon Gibbs and Diane Raney ; sec field trip to Everglades Won- To complete the family group. Ptlnd, Me., cloudy 53 46 .74

and Ken and I stayed on and real fore you can kill'em. "Right?" ond 1'0Linda Stowell, Teresa Andersen, Candyce Anderson, and DettyCadclhc:1I der Gardens In Donlta Springs Mr, and Mrs. Gray Williamsand Ptlnd, Ore., clear 65 38
ly relaxed for three days after Understand that Sam and Fran. Our sympathies are extended daughter and Mrs, Mar- Rapid City clear 76 52 .%3
which we went to Palm Beach to cis Mason traveled to Ft. Lau. ; and in the back row, Mrs. Margie\ Lambertson, faculty sponor lene and of Naples Richmond clear 74 47
see Ken's mother who Is 92 derdale last week in their "Doll ; Joyce Vice, Linda Partin, Wendy Snow, Mrs.\ Ellen Summerlin, hos- to Mrs. Agnes Ivey on the Singletary down for son the St. Louis, clear 73 51
loss of her week came
(ninety.two) years young. We ex. House" trailer to visit the grand Dital auxiliary sponsor ; and Mrs. Pearl Edwards, county mother a ago; and day Salt Lk. City clear 78 47
and Mr. Mrs. Frances hishop's -
pected to bring her back for a children. Edith Scholz Is back nurse.NEWS( photo) to Eunice McKee whose Sun Diego dowry 66 56
visit but she experts to attend from her son's wedding In Lan._ husband died last week. Eunice two daughters Mrs.Oar- San Fran., clear 56 48

the Legion Auxiliary ConventionIn caster, Pa. While there she Is the daughter of Wealtliela rell Gray and family of Tampa, Seattle, clear 61 41
It should be five
Jax as she Is honorary state visited old friends and neighbors open nights Russell of Everglades.Mrs. and Mrs. George Goodman and Tampa, 82 66

president. We took her to dinner and for her birthday they took a week, closed perhaps on wednesday Mildred Brown of Ochopee family of llomosassi Springs Washington, cloudy 73 48

and when thewaitresscameover. her to dinner where a Juke Box "" and Sunday nights, has left for Norman Park spent Mother's Day with them. Winnipeg. cloudy 78 45

his mother said, "Honey I would played "Happy Birthday" to her. By Sue Glover Operated this way the older Ga., where she will be visit- (T.Trace)
like TWO stuffed crass ana please Edith also visited! her Mom and MI 2-4071 teen-agers who want to be with ing with daughter Carnie Jane CHANGING SCENE

try to find two that haven't beenon Dad In Brooklyn. When she ar. other people their own age, for The face of Is
a Everglades
a diet." She also Intends to rived back home In Naples Land. The urgent need for a recreation the answer to center tor the 1 could spend a couple of hours constantly changing. One, of thetown's Wicks CoupleCelebrating

fly Jet to St. Petersburg soon and Yacht Harbor, she found her son center for our teenage teen-agers. after dinner at the recreation favorite
was reminding us of the first time and his new wife, Mary already population was brought before Lowe Mrs. Williams and'I center. They pointed out that LIKES VISITORS trees, on the
she and Dad went to St. Peters. here. They all enjoyed our nice the members of the East Townsend all agreed that whai t the failure of Marvin Lopez Is at home corner lot next to Paul Cooke's Mr. and Mrs. William W. Wll.

burg. They had to drive to Mel. weather and the pool for a few Naples Civic Association Tuesday Is needed U a center central' due many adult teen-age with Carl and Margaret WebbIn his been removed. harry De- son of I364SperllngCourtNorth,

bourne, put their auto on a flat days. night tt their regular meeting ly located that win be for the 5 centers ned and was to plan Copeland now, after two bull of Pompano Beach will are honoring Mr. and Mrs. C.A.
carget off at Klsslmmee and held it Shadowlawn School. use of the exclusively supervised activities weeks In Mercy Hospital In a home In this choice Wicks of 11th Avenue, South at
drive In to Et.Fete-almost 10 "BEST WISHES"Just Edmund teen-agers that teenagers like to be to- Miami. Marvin has had to location. a dinner tonight at Howard John.Ion' .
Lowe a guidance counselor a place where wll 1 stay
hours-while this time It will take had a card from Fred they gather to dance play games In for several months now due Kenneth Gerrard also of restaurant, on the occasion
45 mlnutes.Whlle In West Palm and Hilda Valentin, who are InTennesseedoing School from with the Senior High be able to meet at least fly,8 or "just look at each other." to difficulties In getting around Pompano Beach purchased the of the Wicks' 50th wedding annU -
along Senior High nights a week.
Beach I visited niece Mrs. It the that versary.
my some fishing. was consensus a old
with his Injured foot and would City property The
teacher Mrs. Williams and sophomore They stated that to be sue'
Ralph Higgle, and got a big surprise They sent "best wishes" to you part time teenage center >is
will he
enjoy having by to building torn down to wuhin7 If
you stop your
class President cessful should alsobe pan
: there were more nieces all. Also had a lovely letter from operated the toteenagers
not answer to keeping
visit for a while--sO take a few make way for two new houses. broiling s fair number of
Frankie Townsend the and
and even great great nieces and Jim and Marie Volpe of Roselle putting policed by the student' off the
streets or
nephews there to greet us I Park, N.J. Marie says every problem before the organization themselves with a minimum o r from minutes out of your busy sche The City Council meeting chops or a large steak you can,
Even got to meet a new memo one looks pale up there and that and asking for comments adult supervision. away private panics at dule and stop by to see him. days have been changed again of course, line the broiling pan

ber of the family, "Pat Higgle," the cherry and apple blossomsare and help on the problem. Lowe said that he had talks d' homes where the parents are Pre-school registration was The meetings will be held every with foil and place the rack over
back from with brand I love them! away. held first and third of each thu But to broil IWo to fourcbpa
Just Italy a out. How Lowe staid that while a with students In order t<' at Everglades last Thursday Tuesday
many all
that she The problem was taken under month In : or a small steak you
also tells the
Marie me There were 19 letters Council room of
city recreation center Is under determine just what need'
was and
advisement the association need is a smill rack a pan
Whitecliff heard from the Ry.strands from construction: it Is not expectedto ed In a recreation center t<> and motion by and mailed to parents with children City Hill. The next meeting to tit under It fashioned of a
Lawton a was made
C Pier and Mrs. Dr. seconded be
will held
be In old enough to begin school May 19th. foil.
completed time for use make It successful.: double thickness of heavy
Mrs. Martha White (Vivian) who was ill with flu. that a special board
Margaret this next term however only 11
summer and that when It should be loca' ;
Also hear that Roy Rystrand Is centrally be held
cliff, 57, who made her home In meeting Tuesday May showed
the Palm Lake Trailer Court already talking about coming back complete It will be used by many ted to serve East Naples Na' 19, at the home of Bill Edwards up.

died unexpectedly yesterday. She so he can get a boat. other groups and will not be plea Park and the city area. president to discuss Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams
of El and Effie Esteb and daughter Debbie formerly
was a native of Woodland Guests
W. Va. and begin action on this very
this week were Dr. and Mrs. of' Everglades now residing
of She Naple is., rvfvedbyhglhusband and three sons, three Clarence'Nick of Setting. Mi's. Name Mrs. Morris Director urgent need In our city and surrounding In Naples,were In town Sunday 1

brothers and six sisters, all of Sadie Small of Union City, N.J., area. visiting with friends and relallve. -
whom live out of town. Is the guest of Emma and Vin. Among the visitors attend- .. 1.e.

Funeral services will be an. cent Seller this week. ing the meeting were local can M.G.lies was telling me about

nounced by the Richard Pittman Listen folks, we have a problem Of Nursing At Hospital didates for the upcoming election. their picnic on Marco Beach

Funeral Home here in the Harbor. As LeI Whlater, Mrs. Emo- Sunday. Her aunt, Mrs R,1, t>
you know, the baby quail are fol. lee Barren, and Bill and Mrs
lowing their mothers now they Bowhuablrthdytnn6layllthand .
SemeU. Bill leaning who Is
ScarboroughFuneral look like walnuts with legs N'1 a member of the organization each year the family ga* r
but I have seen three stray cats thers on Mother's Day for a
services for Oscar Is also a candidate In the run-
stalking them. Mr Tuck tells picnic on Marco. Those attending
Scarborough> 47, a resident of off election.
Opa.locka will be held tomorrowIn me they are around every day. this year were Mr.

Miami, according to the Earl We are going to call the Humane and Mrs. L.D. lies and child- r
Hodges Funeral Chapel. Inter. Society for advice. I know RETURNS HOME ren Peter and Lit of Everglades -

ment will be in Vista Memorial these cats are strays as they Mrs. Shirley Berry of Fre- Mrs, R.L.! Bow. Mr
live in the woods derick Street has
: near here. and
Gardens In Miami.Scarborough Mrs Pete Bow and Billy
This being a bird home after
was a victim of sanctuary we spending several Mr. and Mrs. George Albert/
Just cannot allow these cats to In Immokalee where
a fire which destroyed a houseIn days she Bow and Mandy, Nadine Bow
run loose so hope we get help visited with friends.
ImmokaleeSunday. The house
soon. and son Larry Mr, and Mrs,
had been condemned for some Mrs. Cleone Bryan of Connecticut
Received a call Simpson Mrs. George Schutt
phone Tueleday
time but had been
apparently re. Avenue who returned
that our gal Ernie and daughter Frances and
cently used by vagrants. Iden. home from the hospital 1 last
had been rushed to the hospital s Mary Bow.Larry ,
tlflcatlon of the body was made week Is
for an emergency operation. I slowly Improving and Mosher Is busy makIng -
by an autopsy performed In Mi.
ami. got up there just in time to wish hopes that she will be able to repairs on the Gehring house '

her well and talk with the doc. return to work In about month by the Illinois Motel and lie

Grow tors. I asked them if I couldn't i i Mrs. Sally Kirkland who livesat and his family will move In u
In the and
go O.P. stay with 2180ShadowlawnDrlve
soon as the house has been
In Texas Ernie and one of the doctors ... ed In Immokalee this week and put
Tough ---r A In living condition. The house n +
said they only had room for r
spent a day at the ranch homeof
has been
WICHITA FALLS Tex. (AP) thin people but the other one said her brother John Jump atSunnlland. not fixed up since a'r
if I would mask Hurricane Donna In 1960 and :
Southwesterners :boast about put on a and tie '
the size and strength of Jack it real tight it would be okay. home. While at her brodler's we are anxiously awaiting this 'Flu}\ tt... I

rabbits like other people talk Just as I began to get excited; she received the day when lights will be shin- .' jI, .
about big fish. At least one bun. I had a premonition that It mightbe exciting news that her niece Ing from this house again ,
loaded with chloroform "Joe" Jump had been chosento Edward twlttall {heed',
ny turnod battler or __-., Lee, a retired
A Jackrabbit attacked a sen. some such mixture so I turned s. T. Cr attend Girls State at Tallahassee. Civil engineer who has lived Nancy Glenda Roan

try dog guarding Sheppard Air down the offer and so am able "Joe" Is a student on Marco for several yearshas

Force Base here a few days to finish this column. at Immokalee Sr. l High School. purchased the Carbon Williams !
ago. The marksmanship of the Tee! Heel! Fooled 'em again Roan Goldman
house on Copeland Avenue -
guard accompanying the dog but honestly, I still think they are r u HARMONY/ SHORES NEWS
and will
fond of me-after fashion move In as soon
a don't
broke the fight. ,
up Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Tren-
Air base officials said they you? Friends wishing to send a' haler residents is the Mosher's move out. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John David Roan of Naples and
feared the bunny was rabid and Ernie a card, Its Mrs Wll. i. at Harmony Lee'hobbles i re growing flow
Shores Concord, Ga. the of their
left this week and planto announce engagement
had tests run. The reply today )Ham Akers, Room 41, I Just vegetables and small trees.
was "not rabid." know she will be up and good spend the summer traveling.On Mr. and Mrs. f.D. lies hive daughter Nancy Glenda, to Jon Timothy Goldman,

"Just a tough Jackrabbit," is new real soon their Itinerary Is a trip to bought/ dun Gormlcan house on nephew of Mrs. Richard Ellis Barron, A/eansville, Ga.

commented an air base official This is all for now Alaska.Mr.. .and Mrs. William Han- this Stoner rental Avenue and will keep The bride-elect Is a graduate of Pike County
man, winter residents at the Clinton DeLoach property, a dentist High School of Zebulon, Ga, and Tiff College,

NEW DIRECTOR OF NURSES at Naples Community Shores left this week for their of Witterboro S.C., and friend Forsythe, Ga.Goldman.

Hospital. Mrs. Jerry Morris left, is shown home In Mystic, Conn., and Mr was graduated from Pike County
and Mrs. Harold Tratt left for
with Joseph G, Eertolami, hospital administrator. School also
Lansing Mich. Eastern Star High and later attended Young Harris
was appointed to the yesterdayto
post Henry Cox and Clifford LIbby College, Young Harris, Ga, and LaGrange College
succeed Miss Angeline Calitri who resigned the
owners of Harmony Shores arrived at LaGrange Ga. He is in the U.S.
TEACHING position, Miss Calitri will stay on at the hospitalas from School SessionAt now serving

a day nurse. ( NEWS photo) Maine Tuesday and plan to their spend homeIn a Army Intelligence Corps and I Is stationed In Philadelphia

Angelina! Calitri ha* YOIU,.. pllal In the fall of 1961 and up to few weeks at Harmony Shores. Everglades Pa.

tartly requested to be relievedof the present time has served asa I met Mr. and Mrs. Andrew The wedding will take place June 13 at the
her duties as director of nur. time Leber and EVEHGLADtS.; A school: of
part general duty nurseHer son Jack who arrived Concord Baptist Church Concord Ga.
I I InMruitlon ,
sing at the Naples Community husband; is fuitball coachat at Shores Wednesday for District No 18 of
Ho>|JI\t.1J\ and will be succeeded the Naples l Senior High School. Harmony from j,the Florida Chapter O.E.5., will
their home
e in that post by Mrs. Jerry Mor. They have two children and live In i lie t held In Everglades at the M u.
rls, according to announcementby at 785 Sixth Avenue North. Jamestown N.Y. Mr.and Mrs. orate: Lodge tomorrow at 10 a.m. NAPLES
star are going to be the new J InMrudlon I[ will to FLY .
Joseph! G. BertiJj/nl, hOl>pI. Miss Calitri has been at the period run .
l tal administrator, sit i meetingof Naples Community Hobpltal for managers at Harmony Shores. 1 12;00 noon _- 't MIAMI
t 1Ir t the Board of Trustees yes. more than eight years. As head Mr. and Mrs. Sowers former A light lunch will be served!

terdjy. nurse she organized the nursing managers, have moved Into 1 by the local chapter No./ 21',

Miss Calllrl, who has been service prior to the hospital's their new home at 3171 Cordon M.G. lies, grand InfttruMor New Year Round Daily Schedule
identified with the Naples Com opening in March, 1950, and on\ Street. I for District No. 1C, extends an

m unity Hospital since December April 1, 1958, she was appoint. nvllallon I II' to all Eastern Star Maple To Miami
195*, several months before Us ed director of nursing. member to attend this meeting.

official iipenlng will slay cm as Born In Lawrence,..,....,Miss [ \LMTREE nilLOSOfinri 7.45 A.M. II I 1 i30 A.M. 3.45 PM.:

daytime head nurse on a 7 a.m Calitri a gradual oUt.Juhn'a Although It's quoted another
cessful If ask
to S p.m. fchlfl Hospital School of Nursing In way I think that "Enthusiasm you an already Miami Te Naples

Mrs. Morris, who will assume Lowell Mass from January Is the Spice of Life". Take an busy person to do It. The busy 9X( A.M. 2i15 P.M. 5.00 PJvC \.
Is filled enthusiasm -
her duties on June I was 19-15. to September person
gra. IMg, ahe already healthy plant one that's
dusted as a registered nurse from was a navy nurse. Before coining "busy" Trim that h for life and being "trim- .nn *tloi sad R_rvsJloM to say plat !, tilt v rU

the Baroness Erlanger Hospital, to Naples she also served In the growing med" only serves to make him
HOSPITAL same plant and In no time at NAPLES
Cluttanofga Tenn. Stanford
Her exp r. University Hospltal an lU It will have grow more.
Jenr includes Derating room Franc,, In 194&47 and at the grown beyond e....,..
Naples Airport I MUsil) Airs *
former *
MAY 10-16 1964 supervUiun as well as nursing Clover 11111 ll'wpltal Lawrence, Its size. In comparison \ Itltl leftover wholt-karntl

service- administration at MV. Mass., turn 1 1947 until 1935. At ben you want to depend con om in the rcrriicraior'1[ AJ.I Ito Ml M4S4 MS 44811
eras: Tennessee bo pllals. Mrs. Clover fUll he was O.B. Supervisor *particular thing he Ing done, i: scumbled ttss and arcs with CH, TkkH salve Necks t Travel Agesey 4 c.f .-.

Mi' its came to the Naples b._ JJ, director of nursing you are more likely to be sue- chap: bacon

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SINGED! The Best of BoyleBy

1tbt t+e v Nt IDS HAL BOYLEEdlt.r's

FRIDAY MAY 15. 1964 H.I BeyleI much L nf ensnyed" sLtrus i i
( Notes and that we would I tto I..

I ,n "oc otl.n. Others : have them stay toes...

U Don't Fall For This Hoax! ore .batllut1ng for him.) "Now this girl W.I is \\1 1 ,

By KfcN HARTNETT :you know, and I didn t I

From time to time the erroneous NIWOHK (AP)- Mrs. G. I heart to send her to. \ i
J In Flushing, .Tony went out and 1 lanes
spreads that the red tabs from her
rumor tear loves
were victims of the tear tab hoax. The \ Her neighbors couldn't be army cot and who do 1" ,

cigarette packages can be used to buya youngsters collected and saved the tabs N.nicer Y. and. there U that lovelylittle slept on it all sumiin ,

dog for some needy blind garden In the backyard and m.. I was a little\\ 'II I
seeing eye rose
for about find thatit
two only to J understand.
years I then, you
How this false ,
person. totally impression was to no avail. ; She loves it .,;pPI'lally In the "So this young couple'

gets started Is a great mystery. But the Florida Council For The Blind 1 f ..- summer when she can while for two weeks, and Will
roses anothi-i K
the amid the left there was I
has hours
Apparently rumor the
again away
reminds Floridians that no eligible blind grandchildren pla the door. This time it \\ I
made in Florida for +. W sL while her
an appearance the person Is ever refused the seeing eye \ ( nearby. and cuuclns on Tony's m, i isi

Florida Council For The Blind has issued ofJ But this summer Mrs. G and do.
service because of lack of funds. Seeing will be faraway "What could we d 1 h,
another warning to state residents not to her, husband,
eye dogs cannot be acquired in the In San 1 Fran. couldn't sUm the duolfa'es
be taken In by the hoax. ih\ haven't decided and have them R i I'' ,
United States through any form of sal- ': r Mpyk Cisco They
Periodically the Council Is asked where Just jet Chicago and tell Lou ,w"
arrangement the Council declares. FYp his i I
vage The are certain of just one Lou think that own
where the small red tear tabs can be ,
Actually, only a blind person who thing: They must escape from had no family feeling
turned in so that a blind person can receive under the shadow of the New stayed.

a seeing eye dog. Persons makingthe has the necessary qualifications can geta V/1' rPFr t.f York World' Fair In Flushing "V.ofct of the relative

seeing eye dog, the Council points ; Meadows very nice, but there none ,
have often been the
query saving survival third cousin that ki ''
of t
out. The person must apply for a dog "It Is a matter i
tabs for months and months not only explained Mrs. a "We Justeoddn'l tug me I didn't know I Icook
and pay a nominal fee for the animal.
another minestrone and 'I I
from their own cigarette packages but live through\ I
The small amount that must be paid by 1939 and If we stay In Queens, had to have mlnestrom

from those of friends and by picking up the recpient'! of the dog can be arrangedover eI It will \begin all over again\ day. She and her i d

discarded the andin In 1930 was stayed for two weekday -
packages on streets \\hat happened
a period of years if necessary. f\: \ another New York WoiU's FairIn they would go out t

gutters. We have not heard that any Collier Queens. The new one Is even fair and come home just II "

That these people are taken in by Countian has been taken In by the cruel bigger. fur supper and to tell u

the hoax is most regrettable, for their Interest .j "We had only Angela then. to cook my minestrone"So
hoax but from time to time it seems the was 3. We had only a this year when L, II ,

in and compassion for the blind Is worthwhile to pass along the warningof ( three-room apartment In Brook. us a letter saying he was i

highly commendable. lyn. It wasn't much but it was ing this hummer to visit II
The Florida Council For The Blind
Rainbow Girls In Perry Fla., recently nice enough for our needs. Then I wrote right back to hli!. ''J I
Lou came to New York to seethe told him to enjoy hlinUi!J

fair we were going away b, '

On This We Can All AgreeThe .. Chicago."Lou Is He's Tony's a regular brother guy from full summer."Now, I like Lou. After ,11,

lof! fun and Tony likes him a lot. he is my husband's brother u
FI&: ;: ,:'.; );1i@ 1Wr".vPET He's s always playing \little jokes lot me tell you, he west! i

like the In the h'.I\ ,
putting sugar back suggesting we
Detroit Free Press recently said the same; the government and the peopleare salt cellar or taking the screws key to the house under th' ,

something that we sincerely wish we the same; the government and the DOCTOR out of the handle to the refrig mat. \He said it would I ,

had said. Since we did not, the next taxpayers are the same. Today In WashingtonBY Iy A.W.M.ll.r, OVM. erator."Well, Lou stays about a week house shame so to near let the such filr a t,r, I

best thing is to repeat it here. "To listen to words from the Wash- and then he goes bad to Chi. waste

"Once, lust once, before this old ington wind tunnel, you'd get the idea THE ASSOCIATED PRESS cages and we Just about have "There are nervy' pe,11, t
our little home back to normal the world, let me tell
earth turns to ashes, we'd like to see a that these are three separate and distinctsets when this man and woman Tony's brother or not, the I 1.

bureaucrat get a simple lesson through of bodies." Journal and come to the door They tell us sphere should fall on I ,
WASHINGTON (AP) In the publication the
Q they are second cousins from Maybe it would teach liln ,
how in the world
his head: Now can anyone news from Washington: Register said because of In.
Chicago and Lou told them how
"The people and the taxpayers are disagree with that? SURPRISE GUKSTl Friends consistency with existing policy lesson.
threw a dinner party Thursday and because publication would

night to celebrate Justice Wile be tantamount to public critl. FUNNY BUSINESS

lIam 0. Douglas' quarter century clsm by a senior commander of
,, ,. ,,, ., ,,. .
on the Supreme Court. The official policies and programs. v- -" ::

surprise guest, arriving after FOREIGN AID: The House 1f
""at he rs say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS the dessert, was President John. Foreign Affairs Committee rejected

Thursday new efforts to

Us cigarette makers would rather son.Johnson dropped In at the cut President Johnson's $3.4-1)11.

S party In a private club three lion foreign aid bill, and Chair.

blocks from the White House man Thomas E. Morgan D.
switch than !
fight after flying back to Washington Pa., said he expects the n

from the funeral of Rep. Clar. measure to reach the House

ence Cannon, D-Mo., in Elsber.ry floor virtually intact.

Mo. Final action was put off until
h Sen. Stuart Symington D-Mo., next week, Q. Do baby alligators malt

p e+Q Nel ,, one of those attending the Doug.i, good pets? Jo* Jones, Sondutky,

las party, said the President i Mich.
spoke a few words and after "

staying about 90 minutes returned peop1e A loby alligator arc fairly goo/
to the White House. p." whllt they art bobUi, but "'ey

CENSORSHIP: The Army In tbe do grow ups! An alligator U not a very I

was reported Thursday to have entertaining or Interfiling p*. All ht I

barred from publication In an 11W$ does li ill In his cog, Ml,and II active I
official magazine an article crit. t r only on ears occanloni. What doM or

Ical of Pentagon policy writtenby NEW YORK (AP)-Thurgood doM not mat a good pet li hard for

retired LI. Gen Garrison U.! Marshall, the attorney who sue. anyone but "the Individual to decide

Davidson. cessfully argued the case There ore "those who ore perfectly sol- speed
always laying the wrong things, to we
Davidson la a former West schools be. tiled( with' cat while others
against segregated o dog or a "
the whistle !
through stops
Point and
superintendent com. Court 10 unuiual lie male
fore the U.S. Supreme want a more pet <
v v 70nl mander of the let Army. year ago, Is the winner of theNAACP' or even a bunch of onr. Any pet li e'good -'
d Before he retired last month, Liberty Bell award. pet If/ K does not harm anyone '

r ,, Y the general wrote the Defense The award was presented to and fulfill a need for its owner A),
Department of his criticism of
Marshall, now a federal Judge llgatori grew slowly, but when "they
the program for reorganizingArmy by the National Association for reach o fair use, you may find yoursell
divisions. lie said it
was the Advancement of Colored without o both tub bee..... your
being carried out at the cost of eImrimmm
traditions. People Thursday night. pot hoi to hove o larger iwlmmlng

Y The award was presented dur. pool They get big, itrong, ugly and
0,1, Then he put his views into an Ing the closed.circult telecast of
r article for the magazine of the sometimes quite natty But then" ifs
'L qNI Command and General Staff a "freedom spectacular" by your choice P.rtonolly, I think Hornileri .
which the NAACP hoped to raise

School at Ft. Leavenworth $1 million. Thirty-four enter. or. eke ._w.: .: .
Kan., on official Army publica talners donated their servicesto

tion.The the show, which was telecastto A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTS
unofficial service maga. 48 cities. te ; : ::1 J.I
tine, Army Navy and Air Force -::- v' ,, '0'0"" .<<=<'"

Journal and Register, reportedthat LOS ANGELES (AP) Mrs. + We have no wish to make our
editors of the Ft. Leaven TODAY INHISTORY
I 1 worth publication submitted the of Barbara Diane Crosby, ex.wlfe good friends feel badly, but those

article to the Department of the out Lindsay a license Crosby to marry, has Gerald taken souls who already have trekked back

Army for review. Reed Butt, 30, businessmanfrom north for the summer may be interes-
The refused to THE ASSOCIATED PRK:so
..:T army permit Sherman Oaks Calif.31UTION By
ted to know
a, vOnATA r, u that Naples and vicinity

"" '"l' ';>-.,,, ,J,.< : w>: are as pretty as a Kodak color slide

these days. The sight of the bloom-

>! LI $ .. 1gCD Today Is Friday, May 15, the J ing poinciana trees alone is enough
rmmmIICROSS' I I AVOD'Rt.Nt.vtivtDETTt.' : 136th day of 1964. There are 231() to make
one stop and stare even
I days left In the year
Baldy in Atlanta Constitution STEP
Th. Auxiliary Today's highlight In history:: local yokels like us. Gorgeous and
THRo '
.\ On this date In 1918, air mal 1 colorful blooms and flowers
... W [: IRONER I are
I. I Incredse :U. Come hack service was inaugurated between .
. Why Recreation Fees? 4. lIurro 3S. Sly I look PAR't.C".U5T Washington and Nov J bustin' out all over the place. We

7. Corrodes 37. 1\01\01 5TAR.ARMLET. York. The Army Air ServIce can only offer the hope that friends
The land and water conservation fund by the bill, except those, such *s the .
11. IJrUl'1'1 311. I1lOruujth.1l six
turned over planes <
TATTER IE ... will linger little
bill li expected to com up for a vote Lee Mansion and Theodore Roosevelt : Furtive lire II bhrU. ANI.DON5.ELA carry the mall and detailed si z: a longer next

in the U. S. House soon The fund birthplace, which are excluded. lufTIlla 3Y. Each: ,,,,", lieutenants to make dall;:f year and see the sight. It IS some-

which could amount to 200 million doU Th user may, If he prefers, pay indl. 16. Iorav thin I DE5.NE.5TLt5NENE.GRA'(15H flights.On thing to seel

Ian a year, li to be invested in woods vidual-visit or short-term admission 17. fwltcllhig 40. I'urpl this date tl' *
ind 111. lllldrriolke, adndplpen21,11ysrlf S 'ETA_OLEATE' In 1888, Belva Lockwood wa
and meadows, chorea waters, fees at the areas which he uses
the facilities which enable the publicto : H I'lulldrr nominated to run for presldenby + Ever try to tell anyone what
Special Interests hiv attacked the 45.OrnautcntdlS; OF YiSTMDAY fUZZLInmvN
lIypulhrtl. the Equal Rights conventlo
enjoy them. bill. The National Waterways Conference J a conscience is ? Believe you us
cal force ,
drlllklnjCl4 8. sum coin at Des Moines, Iowa; she wa
Government U to
Federal spend
The fears that It would set t precedent : Mr. \'a,, HId that's tougher than think. But
40 per cent of the fund; the states the fees be navl- I. foil piT 9. Sewing the first woman so honored.In you
whereby imposed on
larger'part, CO per cent. gation. Winkle 46 ColI..r urlS. :i. ride ncttssllirs 1920, the Arlington Memorlal an old Indian living in Arizona recently -
: IOUIII"III tie t.: Ceiius ol gulls lu Indian! Amphitheater was dedicate<1
The bill provide that part of the But Sen Clinton P. Anderson shows ash 4.,. horrid! 4. While groom in Arlington National Cemetery gAve an interpretation that

fund is to com from fees paid by the that this fear U groundless. He points :l7 Weaker 52.: l\c Ind.hlrd 5. More 13 Fug bull In 1925, Gen. Nelson Mile,, sounds about as accurate as any weo

uteri of such areas Why Because the out that the bill states "nothing 30 I IllIIdu S3 Rod! Oil the precipitous hitches died after a career of nearly 5 have heard:
outdoor recreation organization which shall authorize fees or charges for Irttrndolr did of America's ,.
C) Appear js Firing I pin years as one oul t
the fishermen hunters
represent commercial or other activities not related hero 54 "rlor" 103l. 7 ;Obsolete 19: Sesamerailway standing soldiers "It's a little three-cornered
and nature lovers principal
en spon. to recreation"
bill wanted that : pride 55. Eaumtt :20 \\ cightofJJ In 1942, gasoline rationing bt I. thing in heart
sons of the it way.They Some lumber men feared that the bill suns: .. ran in 17 eastern states and th e my that stands still

figured It Isn't fair to chars too would enable the Forest Service to /3 J 4 S 1 : 11: Away District of Columbia.In when I am good, but when I am bad,
much of the cost of outdoor recreationto make unlimited additions to national / :
it turns
13 Meadow 1943, US heavy bomber. around and the huff
the general taxpayers, and moreover, corners
forest lands Th bill has been amendedto
1/ /l "ISll attacked the naval base of Em
if the uteri do not contribute, they can- permit the Forest Service to acquire 26 Ilan piece den, Germany. a lot. If r I keep on going wrong, by

not get the expanded areas and facilities lands only "within wilderness, wild and liS : '. 11 28. blat Ten years ago Quee n and by the corners wear off, and iti.
(hat our exploding population requires. canoe areas and within other
does not hurt
J9 VrsenKsulllde Elizabeth and the Duke of "
areas which are primarily of value "H I' I a IIII any more.
burg arrived in London ends
ObJection were raised to then user for outdoor recreation purposes" Now, Buster, you Just try to
Jl Dexterity a tour of British commonwealt h
fees The bill has been amended to an- User fees are nothing new. The annUli lJ IT iT I. 0; 34 Dusk l nations come up with a better definition.
these objections It now provides
swer admission fee to Yellowstone Park
3t Military Five Prim
that "No entrance or admission fees 11 l' I' J' IJl years ago e *
alone i I. $8 There is no prohibition of : hat Minister Fidel Castro tl 4r-
shall be charged except at such area fees on the Bureau of Reclamation anc
39 rumba: nounced end to + A
an military
where recreation facilities or services reservoirs The Forest Service collects JS JfJS group of California teen-
41 crimes trials
C.amlng with the futur'e
are provided at Federal expense, fees for use of certain facilities agers have Come
J cube up with
Jri5f J1 trials to go before civitiCourts something
and only at which ire specifically/ i
Congress in 1131: adopted a statement 41 I'orticu new under the
designated by the President and posted. of principle that "any service They are ottera -
f' a, 41 44 Stripling One Air Fore Ing Pool
: : : year ago
The original bill provided that a provided by any Federal agency 47 Possess MaJ. Gordon Cooper Sitting" services They
sticker would be required on almost shall be self-sustaining to the full extent wa: tend kids around
4) f. 4} 4c 414. 48, Vine launched Into In the
I space family
a try |' Many
all autos whose occupant were making possible" It is a sound principle The 50 Hebrew orbit the earth 22 times swimming pools in
recreation us* of Federal areas. But Howe Interior Committee has appliedIt 41 so SI a Iota area.
Today's birthdays
now no user is compelled to buy the to the land and water conservation : + Want to do
51 I Mayor Richard Daley of Chi us a favor? Read
,annual sticker Issued for not more fund bill with reason and moderation. Sf SS ; the
P"Iva: Ik 62. advertisements
| cap Film
than fT a year. which will admit the This bill should be pa edThl Pitu- bbi actor Jose in this er
i utter '1- 59! P"Pspite
ear I'J4 occupant to any area covered burgh Press Per hm.27 mm *' w.ww.wwes and shop from theM.

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, Good Styling Features Brings of Rooms Out 1 Creating a New .Kitchen.. T/zat'sPractical, Pretty:]) I

Modem color styling with todaysnarro magic paint can make ... i

email room look larger, rooms look wider, low ceilings l .. 1
higher, high ceilings lower There U practically no fault that !
cannot be camouflaged no asset that cannot be accentuated. r l
U color Is used correctly +r v
Todays paints put color to work Inexpensively They are '"'+K+revnniy
easily applied and come In every color Imaginable The properuse
of paint Is known as "paint styling"
Paint styling the technique' of using colorful coatings In
such a way that good features of a room, a ,
piece of furniture, or almost any object are em&Kwdn __ E7r
the ctlve features; are disguised and minimized Paint t r
styling brings out good taste and Individual personality ,nty
How do you emphasize a good feature?
.uEsL.You surround It with an area of a different color, 10 1 t r 11r
that this good feature stands out spotlighted In color Yter
And how do you minimize a bad feature? You make sure thatIt
matches Its surroundings, merges Into the background thus : rl 1 iIa
becoming less noticeable
An Integral part of paint styling Is Its use In fooling the eye v
To learn how this can be done,there are a few basic principles:
1. LIGHT (:OLORS reflect more l.hi. They nuke thing
rent larger but at She Mint lime lighter In weight They make tliMVia
things leem further away They lire"up bent,"anil generate cheer
2. DARK COLORS absorb light.; They make thing look imall-
er end heavier. They make thing seem rloner. If used on too __ 1ii, "1 "'.- ,.... -

Urge .u,(......, they run lend to d.p...... a 'm: 'IH's l> V KMIonHH h.llCll1r; ; mums rln! 'irnl "I"layout of major appliancei.ki .. .
3. BRIGHT OURS: make ares teem larger than they are. ..ulum..I.! and iiiuiilrr. C .minitnl pawn |>nniilr In........' .r with ani|,le working.ttd nlorage .pareAim
They allrart the eye and ran be wed to draw attention away dad"t .1 rlL
from unallrailitc objrtln. Gael in Urge quantities they ran be > and refrigerator for maximum
distracting. : Save convenience Do not put cookIng -
and .... ,, lo Slops
4. WARM COLORS: the red, orange yellow yellow wtawMet- aaMKMiaw k BanniMHiiaw ,1 greens-seem to adtanre toward you. They ronvey I feeling of >)> !MMr: I IK.IU 0>" IHOsr: !KTIONS: t Oh KIKIIFN and Fining; area rrquirmg; ,. rxlraillununulion or closer than a foot from
j warmth and are emotionally ulimuUlmg. with a sanely of lniuginnli; r and l pruiliial fixlum that uppliininl' ceiling dome the window However, wall
5. COOL; (:OIOKS the blue, violent, blue.(reen* and lighting the entire room. Increase Efficiency ovens and refrigerators can go
W\if.gray make thing* seem cooler. They seem to retreat -- at the end of a countertop.The
from you. They lire relaxing; Today>. homemaker wants a kitchen that s bills practical refrigerator door handle shouldbe
Facts for FloorsDark mcl pretty on side next to countertop
Good landscaping design stresses convenience end thefamily's When remodeling, think in terms of saving steps and aim space
spots on wood floors for adequate equipment counter storage and activity spare
wants and needs caused by such things as a a II arranged! for maximum attractiveness and efficiency 1'.e Range Hood.
spilled Ink liquor, fruit BrMn: by measuring and making a scale drawing of the Use range hoods wherever
Juices can be washed kitchen and adjoining rooms Allow a quarter Inch to one lootKrl'plnl Otherwise In an
Come, See stained areas only) with 1 powlble
household vinegar Wipe { In mind sizes of cabinets, oppllanret and other exhaust fan In ceiling
OUT OF THE ORDINARY dry and repeat several equipment, as well as plumbing and electrical codes block While homes may have
and Scenics times If necessary HOME & GARDENFriday out the countertop plan allow ing a 25-Ineh depth for counters formal dining rooms or areas,
Wallpaper, -
Black heels marks on a which should be placed to make a rontlnuous line from sink, moat homemakers want space
Metallics, Flocked patterns floor can be removed by range. refrigerator The bottoms of wall cabinets should be In kitchen for meals and
resembling cut velvets (washable!) rubbing with a cloth moss at least 24 Inches over sink and range,, Over countertop. the snacks
tened with wax If stains distance may be as low as 15 Inches table of 24
And REMEMBER persist try a fine steel wool May IS, 1961 COUIrR COUNTY NEWS 5 I Consider work island In Allow space
custom made pad with wax I .. .,a inches width per person in
We gladly make over 1,000
up addition to the usual aiong- eating areas Snack bar overhangs
colors at no extra ihaiKe ever, in both ex- the-wall counter area This four to the feet between cook should be at least 12
terioi and nitericr paints of finest quality. Why could Include a convenient top to refrigerator, Inches, and 18 Inches best
second sink and chopping If you plan to use built-in Planning desks and telephones -
Rent A block as well as additional rook units, locate oven within are appearing more
Stl rfvcxuc iDa tt resort storage space kitchen work area but not frequently In modern kitchens
'VaterSoftener There are three work areas necessarily within work trl
604.5* AVENUE. SO. NAPLES. FLORIDA e to consider in your basic plan: angle
< refrigerator! and food storage Mixing and food preparation VAKI) TOOLS
center, cooking and serving requires at least 36 Inches of Push yard tools up and down
center end sink and cleaning counter space somewhere In la a pall of sand mixed with
J'' cinter the work triangle lubricating oil before putting
I I II1 Ii Try to place your work area them away, The sand will
ST TrUnglekork.. between the dining room and scour off dirt, while the oil

when you can Even a small kitchen easyto breakfast area provides a protective film preventing
i I'ut kink between p rust,
NATIONAL BANKOF OWN work In when a triangular
work pattern puts everythingwithin
NAPLES p1IWt' reach Locate your work
a completely trianGle between range, sink FREEl
automatic 1 w and refrigerator! There should
be at least four but no more
t. HOME Leco than six feet between sink and
rook top; four to seven feet i FREEl
IMPROVEMENTLOANS' Water p from sink to refrigerator, and '

r .w : 7
Conditioner Watch forGRAND 3 PC. GARDEN TOOL SET
t(11.1I: OMIHMMI SIOHU.I I'irltltlr.lt I by iH.il.lin con,p rlPlantings .
torn). j inl.i i HrMirl, iililirin II. ii.orl tar a frame, In This unit :: OR LAWN SOAKER.SPRlNK1ER> ,
for as little as ru.li routpurlrnenl.crses a ililTeri nl.irac need, ,
$9.43 \
MONTH 7VrI'rojH'rty i an Association of Nurserymen OPENING
First National By wise selection of plant
Bank of
Naples and be assured IIright materials and by adding tree; of FINISHES

MIMIA of the luxury of = ill Ycar'Honml and shrubs that flower at van
J ous times,a home property('anbe BEACH
Fd.ral, ftMerve fytlim Cadent ._il I Inturanct Cora soft water \
of made of admlra :
u,0 Changing scenes foliagesand an object f: PaWielute
EVERY thy? e.E flowers to provide twelve tlnn both by the family i I'id:
months of color on the home neighbors at any time It I li CABINE1C1\
property regardless of the sea looked at and lived In & INTERIOR LATEX WALL PAINT
sons Is a modern goal for home and Beiutiful melts finish available Ins
M RAY- LECO WATER landscaping, says the Amerl Don't He A Litterbug thousand French Inspired colon

CONDITIONING COMI andMILLWORK' till/ applied, quickly' dntd Soap
loin u? N. MI i DM : witer with up Colors custom fl.and ,

add dramaglamourand r I ; PlanningA witch made. skits it toady you I

Ave. N mined prien.f +..

adequate light cract.Csai e Torus)
or Naples Available in i thousand custom tinted colon, matching -

( ,, ; Repairing Your featuring ill other UPimiennt finishes, this is the product
to use for easy dusting ind with
to your home with e ,: II A ROOF? Huilt-In : ibllity An Ideal finish for kitchen

', J'f Ask About A Kitchensand and bathroom, wills, on woodwork
yet and cabinets
1 HomeImprovement
FIXTURES! Building
Loan z 937 4th A Vg., N., NAPLESI
Supplies 1
f I MI \12-74421
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Bank of Naples 4 1 1j

9 .- Member FDIC Your Lawn-the EASY 1I i ia

America's. inside and most out.famous createdby names arJ Repair, Improve way I

Here at KAY-RAY you'll find r ,. _
decorative and utilitarian fixturesby

Lightolier, Moe Light, Light. yOd( Pild Nl.4rr h ''TH() AUTOMATICSPRINKLER

craft of California Atlas recessed j

fixtures, luminous ceilings and I

fluorescent lighting and r SYSTEM. .

many others And by SPECIAL ,

ORDER, ONLY, we offer CRYS THROUGHOUT YOUR ser iT..fopofT IT 'a' !

HOMEI What better (i' 1.). 1
wayto vacation from T 500 to 2000 SQ. FT., i
The beautiful lighting you admire enhance the beauty of watering your : .; '. \r \ DEPENDING ON $19 9
at The Beach Club Hotal, -:' ,4. THE CONDITION OF

The Mansion House, Surfside, The your environment lawn ::_..._ YOUR LAWN ONLY -

Tides and many other notable and TORO AUTOMATI CALLY
every especial.
Lowers water tilts
nished by "KAY-RAY". ly when you're entertain- e value Increases your your property completely, underground ANYWHERE, ANYTIME AND CONTAINS THE SPECIAL'

ing guests! Phone us or Saves the work of watering I AV'mR: PLUS II-
VISIT OUR SHOWROOMS Helps build a beautiful, I A-- CLEAN: NEED FREE
stop in soon lien co\tf'on FOR III MLSIIL'Nf.UV _
Ends unsightly drought SOILS
spot tailored to your tpeeifw needs ,
KAYMRAY r Gives, you' more leisure time 4, 5 Itm net ..tihtGARDEN
mt ESTIMATES. We will t,e glad to check your property .
ING or send us a sketcn of y'.-' I" dtcipe for estimate

LIGHT "r>. .twwN h"'....1'1).0" x' '''.',._i c..... ,'CorlJin 'Lindabury

C/ractjCadt '7f ri,fair ng
931-943 Fifth Ave., No, Naples ..'- Systemsp ale IMN H. N.e.htna CENTERI
Phon. Ml 2-5753 nett..st 0 t..r5.115 UmpHgnUfCaldaria
- A Bee 1091 "Naples, Florida
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Call! MI 2.3422

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Merdolne Mary 710. Pon.l I founded Vounlone C. H. S N. of
4055. OWl 0' 'WIII of Nil 17 10 12.0 McClellait, $05 I a. In DI .2r: Oeodlond ONLY J.Say '0731 Bog 110' W. 1 0710' '

1127 H" ONWNofNEIN'" '" and Canal I10 17 0 Wllh..poOII 77.35 !E Ca.: Run N. I'I.4 E: 'tl-'IO Mortl.le
PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Ngler. flI27 10 II I Hurry L Russell 41 t5 7132 : oftlefst 1 .f 111 Y.POI W. 160' 1 U U 0A3 Corp.y .
.w"I to
U7 ..W0' .Wl hmss W.Hubbard NEN II 30 I John D. W.d. 1.01 "

LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Owl. 11 10 31 1 II, 1961 Com. on Ely R.II oACL 10177 illrt.tn"or: ;; {' d

NOTICE OP. TAX IALE Wit Nil of II'" oNWN' 21 10 II 10 : ::: I" ll.RR I 'ON.Said 7,"ti71 Ion 1' E'ly from O'ly for P00, Oily 01t Hid' RW21' W

Not ca la hereby (Ivan that on the ISth I.'I of May, 164 at NaplaaCounty I 5011 Nil 01 OWN of HW''" S. .W Co,. TherlOf Thence N. N'ly 9202$ .
of Collier, Stale of Florida. ton cartlflcataa will ba aold enthe H"n Eugen 070.00' W. HO S elf
OWN .Lit.
o NWN 30 50 S2 20 13
11.72 D.grooe. I. 110111' to Pton oL P05.
/oIHwfnI deacreb.d land to the .mount due for boss h.ran assoppNlta 4or' Btnh/ w, !N. 154.72'
pr Soil NN /I of OWN of Owl Gauta LI O.id' Roll, Wllllam
the Sims. toi.th.r wells 1 coat of such sale and elf adv.rtoL I $. SII of Oil of OWNof. Thence E. 10'! -r: i. Oanb ofEV Also 1 NWN... f oNWN' 'w".W'. I' II 111103 Mitchail: I Mot"K .1.1

OWN U 10 S2 II .lIu Com piny 102J .Imm. Conol' for P00 Nwlo PW U'
F 5001 Il of NW'4' of lit' 01 Jsanote Rood Cont. E. ,' to Pt. OoingS 10111. Oil S1. of ofU IJ U 1 Charles Gibbs

Owl 10 S2 I Pncomb 41 .. 13 Dwreeo W. .00' from 01 OWN.. .71
1011 II .f Nil flf Owl of33 NW CO, of 'land Conv. to H. 10117 :. of HW' OfU 53 U 1 Ruby H..nO

5 1 1o Oil'" U 10 S2 I "I.'orty Cerp. I" V. S. Laura W.bb In 01 11.3r52 1090. !NN.. of Nil of OWl ofNWN P. lobO 1.11IN32Il
Prudence ,. Coot I. 204 80' 1. I D. 153M 1 Hubert
5110 HW' of HWI6 of Nil 35.0 S2 10 501 101 I II' W. 204 SO' W HW' of OWle0
5m ..111... \ flf Vou/nn 'iol'I' ; NN of VI01es B. Lewis I.M
I ::1 H\Io HWI of Owl Sank o Canal.N. : 1 13 3tI
'I of .W..... NN.. 01 HWI of Degrees Ely' James WI HU JoaepN F.NWN .
Z .JI Nil of Nil. Nil of Nil I Tank 30f Canal $52.1 Io: P00 7 12 10 Addloon' at UI 17." )ION !El of IWN Ctf ofU IJ 3. 204 DKh100nn at "K U'1I05J

I lit 1 I of Nil I' 10 U .17 .. A. Coruinba 2252 1 I Marvin O. of HW' of
I l SUI NI. .f HW" of Nil' 01 1111 Lot Oil. In DI 11.004 MillO.l lopes 11.02 Oil oOwl of 'U

: : i L: : Nil and Nil. of Nil of I 12.4 NN of NWN of '1" of WIIII.m L. Nil NWN : Nil IWN 0113 13 3/ 0 LIOn .. S 0.10

= Nil 0. 10 U II Jose 1 Z.d..t, 01 11 3 Ilof ) II II 01. 4.73Tocylowsbl 11011 TEN of Nil of OWN 010'1. J.moo U'
liD'E 100' W 10M' of that partof ElnabahoyN Ins _Il Nil of OWN of lt Simonser, Nil ol00 53 14 21 Mary Jom"

IH of NWH af TEN lying 5311 HW' of Nil of Nil' 11 10 310 1Frye 11 II II 1 411 .. 01 Oil of Oil Mro. Odes D. 111

I of Deter. Line from IW 111 H" of Oil of Nil .7 10 I' 10 Emil H.oht Erb.n 11.12mr 'Z" ON oNWN'" oOil of John ,. N. goo 11070.Nil ol] II 1/ 1 Arnold

Corner of NWH ef SEH of o HIll 14 12 II I boo 4.71 eNWN of Nil 01 Willis A. Flubs
Nil I.M
Slid Sec Run 'N, Along W' II W" of OWl. 01 OWl .7 10 320 KupaaLKpbe 00 "Vie II U $320 IN 01 HW" S Nil of Gene M. Davies 11073 'J 1304 at UK
\ 511' W" of Nil' of Owl of HW" S HW' of HI'' .t 1011 Owl ofU 9 Logan I.
of laid see for 321 N toPOB Pop K K.nllto' J4" 11110 UK of Nil 01 In f:
-E. 119. U' to end of Dorothy L. Owl. .t 10 J4 I JssNNbe 116a 1331 WI oNWN'" of HWII JI II II 10 Joseph Ru.IID 11.71 11101 Oil Ofu 5J M 204Dr.'' ;.. .. 1.14

and Line OR 107 I.41 II 41 21 Iklnnar 17." 5310 WI.. of Oil of Owl 01 0490 EN'" of Owl of NEN of Catherlna Frances Gail, i.

114 Lot I Unrecorded Plat Chrla. Owl L WI.. of NWI. 01 'ru Tool OWl II 12 'u.sb"l.r 116 of Oil II 'J 3. 10 Ch..dler 1112
ores Terrace Ot,a M. ",...cl. !.7' Nile 01 Oil 100 I' 10 Oteuernelot' 111 049. WI 0' Owl 0' OWl of Michael S Nolan 11I11 OWl Clare Mae

124 Btg at the IE Cor of NEHRun 5311 HW' eNWI. 01 DEN. Owl owl II 12 I Roohklnd '..UGIO'I' Oil of Oil'" II 13 M'O NOte....'" 1113

to. II DoE 41 Mln W. of NWN of h, .h Karl AbelhonerNWI ... IIIIt 'hor.IIIIt .

A 01.1..... of In... Ft of Oil 01.7 10 310 N so 1012 1540 WIt of OWl of Oil'" .0 II 12 10 Colln.t "K 1.1 I. 0' Oil 20 13 3. to OankTruot.. .....

TO.nc. run N II Dag W. A Morin Dip. Tropic sun North Shore
Dllt..... ef 115 Ft to POB 5109 WI 0' NWI of HW''" 01 K.ulm.nn 1631 ALL U II 12... Estates Ino 200 3' 111 5408

Thanca Run W. 200 Ft. N. Nil U 10 J4 I Wllh.lm Koch 120ntrod 1611 All Less WIt oNil of m : :: SWI 0' NW' : : : :: V, L144do .
OWl of OWL. .
Wit oSeto ..
1211. E. 200. '0. 1211 to Me OWl 0' Nil'" 11.3 310 F. A.
5112 Nil oNWI of Nil II IU 310 I/t of OWN of OWL. LEN ofSill 11220Wl of
POI 31 41 C. H. e'OIblIUS r mul II.' NilS HW" of
\ 01 .W" Nil of Oil. 11321

145 Lot I laa OR 1125 DIM 77 31 41 21 Corbltt Lerey Q et ux 713 5121 Nil EN of Oil oOWN "II 50 J4 1 Fr 0.u:4": "1 I5 II oSWN.W" of OWL. III. NWN 01 Nile 01 OWl of.. owl Owlof Oil o f HW' of U .1 S4.1 Clwls Michael,Ares IllIch.k at .1 "055t1250 ..11IUH

R. A. Townsend Norm of Oil, Oil .f Owl.. IIf II of OWl of HW" n II 320 01 M"
147 Lot II DB 5477 31 421 .t ux 1.7. RNhtsanwatt OEl Tropic Outs wit 01 Nil'" 30 5J 3. 10 Clovll Ares at
5411 WI 0' Oil of Oil IS 12 32 IU Estol.s Ino 151,12
Herman tpoener Edwin tool of 11 of NW' of Oil
OIU El 0' Wl.. .1 NWII of 11271 NN 1.4
IWH' of NEH 20 41 zt.O Nil 10 J4 I 4.75 01 1110 C.rt Washington
201 EH Of EH of et Six 115 Kroppolberto OWL. L WI.. o/ tEl 01 of Nil II 'J
William F*. 512. El of Oil of U" Fe.. Morgtt Joseph Cancllle NWN
HWI4 0'
2..0 Nil OlU 10 II 1 Olb.rti 411"ledlch HWIt of SWl. 31 62 32 10 It lUll NN 0' oft/ 14 1 Clovll Aoo at o.. UI
201 EH of WH of IWH Of NEH 20 41 Oouberly' et ux IIIHarold Kropp UK I" Owl 'J

211 Big el NE Cor ef lee Run Droll Jolts Franellt51 11711 Nil of OWL. S Nil of
W. Along N. lae. Line 70 te 5U. lito of 11110 of OWl II 10 32$ at "K II 12 1751/ 114 0' OWl 0' tWit 31 02 32 10 F c, 1'04 of HW'4' of OWl 300 S4 10 WlotemArIda 01 21."
of NN 0' Oil Nil
Hum 0'
POI Cont. W, 100' S 220' L. Herrln 104

E 100' N 220 to POI II"$ 21 It at "K $502 h..G;lisanwOll of U4 3 II 13 216 M.r1y. ''i' Relnoko' 134 11791 1Wl of Owl.. of OWl U 'I I' 10 M..low'lI at 0'' 7.
NE Cur of Sec Run 51.1 WI of Nil 01 Nil Edwin U IJ 310 Clovis Ares
262 I..t of Oil of SWl
0'U lilt!
W. Alt N. Sec LI. 130. S. Oil 10 J4 I Kroppolbert$ 115 1109 1761 IW" 0' HW"' 0' HWI4 I 12 33 I' Mary Coulo 1.4 11291 Oil of Oil of 1Wl 11.3 14 10 Clovis Ares at .1 01 2000II291 7."

220 to POB Cont S. 220, E W. H. CulI.y HennRechtsanwalt 6EIof Nil" of Nil 0' 1..11I1.n May 11191 of Oil J5 I. JI'O Clovis 'r" at el 1072

100' N 220 W100 le POI II 41 2.50 .t UK 443 I 12 33 I Roberta '.71 WIIof Nil of II' n'l JI 10 Ares at
460 WH ef NEU oTEN ofNEN SUI EN of Nil of Nil 01. Edwin .. 11301 HW' of OWl of Oil J5 IJ 310 CloviS Ares at 01
Oil 10 34 I .71 1110 lit of Oil 01 Oil I II 13 10 McNeilathar
I 217 27 I Antonio 010'0'' 14 Kreppolbertc 1111 H of Nil' man 111 11305 WI.. of Nil of Oil'" of at 01 1.75
Robert RLockamlth. 01 HW" of C.pl Frank 'E' U 'J 34 0 Clovis Ares

501 NEN' of /Wl. .f HW' 24 47 27 10NWU et ux 1243 5617 From HI Co 01 HW16 Run $031 HI'" Oil 12 33 1 c. It.lnk. U 11311 OR" 74190 D.... a Com. .t

III EN of 'E' of lEN of Robert L. W 12121' 'onl' ..c. Lena to NElof 01 NW' of C.pl. Robert of E. LI. '.c. 31 with LI.

2I 17 27 I Procter et ux 7." I. R/W 'R "I, IW Along II 33 0 S, InKY 471 100' NI'1y withal '
R/W 117.12' 10 FOB, ConIW 1172 ON 0' NN of NW" of Oll&uo
715 EH ef NEH' of NEH of 'I 01. Runlot.
SWH. 261 27 I Mildred allay 7." !W .10\ :d": 305' to N 1074 .Nil N oOil 4 12 33 21 McDonald U' N. Ri. 'ee. LI. 015.30'. to
oNl of
772 WH of NWU' of IWH of Lee EFrlti / 2Dog L, of Oil HI" of Nil H.rnandott H. L, Oil of Oil. Run

HI'' 27 47 27 I at UK 754 Along R/W 5119' .. N Doi .112 II U 21 331 W. Alt. H. LI 'E' of Oil,
IN 01 Oil
174 Panel 031 Ae In DB .1122 37 21 031 Wright Pump Co. 1l0'0 along "d R/W 15. 31' H of Silo S 11 Thomas M. I" U' 0. 13 '2' to Pt. '00'

'21 NH of E. 210 Ft. ef W. 420 35 Dol. f' 100' H. 01 Dog GiIbM L of Nil of Oil 01 U. 4 02 U rs Fires 1303 HI'ly 01 L Pan with lily
W 120' to P01 I II 21 Oliver N 'UK 0111 1.92 HW' 0' Oil oNWI II U 10 WII"om
Ft of S. 421) Ft ef OWN of Matthews 1." R/W 1..1. US1. Run Oily
47 I Leon P Plunkitt II 27 5101 NWN 01 HW' .f OWl C. A. '
of NWH of LEN 4 21 o'u W.nn.y S LI bung 400'
131 l'l.t NE Co ef W. IM of NWI 31. 27 014 Ella Nyrhila 015 ,,1913 HW" 01 HW" of Nil II II U 10 C.: K Siar LM ;::1'IY'fl S Para. with: NE'ly Oasis

E. 1070' oL NH of IEH ofLEN owl NN of Nil oIWN O'U 1997 Edward R/W 1..1. on U. II 11.47'' to Charles A. .
.. Owl 01 SI" 01 Nil II 12 Jiol IS 24
W IlV'' for rue Owl .1 27 I Ill, Burokes to3 U 10 F ora et 004 P. O. I. 301 31.23 tt alc.
Henry WadeN 5903 Oil. of Oil of Owl 01I II of Owl 0' HW' of Alan R.
Cont W 70'. S. 120 E 70',
120' to POI 4 47 21 el ux 1.31 I Owl.. I61 27 2H Alice May Long1! .112 NWI 13 II U 1 C." Washlngton US 11304 OR IIMII ,. at u Thompson et ux II12
El of W 3/1 of lloIW1
*4I Big et SW Cur ef LEN efIE Ml Nil Of Nil of Oil ef Ralph: Ivan of AMENDED HTI PO .15OOODL"'HD

.U Run N. 10, E. 1931' tePOB Owl II II 2 27 2H Banner Jr, et ux It 5''IUS EH Nil ef W of II"lvaof II S2 13 I Peal E. Prlcherd 12 HTS p. 1.$3
E 200. N.100' W 10*' 1920 IWH of Owl of NWH ef Arnold IH ef Ray AI .

1100' 'to POB 67 21 Adds, V, Bowlta 1041 I Oil II II 27 21 Glacier at ux I2 0' 1140 OWl of I"'Ofo Owl IS 12 33 I Cerl Washington 215 I I II/S. Lot I Ilk 8 Chddrns, at UK IUD
EH of W '/ NH of Oil L.
1152 IH of Owl ef Owl of OWN "o..rd
154 So110' E. of NW Cor of
Run 8. 1)5 4 WH of Oil of OWl of of Nil of Owl IS 12 13 I P.ul". Malone 21, Inl'O 1100
NWU of NWU William V 1143 E 1/5 of NH ol Oil ef Nil 11417 Lot .0 Ilk I S
owl I II II 10 Oman
W. 100', 875 E 12, S, 225E eureka 761
423, N. 215. W IOS. N, 0HEN of Oil of NWH of John B. Maua 1141 r..W 3/1 of SH II 52 13 I Paul E. Prlcherd 21, 11161 Lot I' .Ik 1 Ozone Rodm.1I 101CNOKOLOSKEE
of Oil
211 to 4 47 2* 21 c. B. Medley 10112, NWH II II. 31 3 it ux 41 IS of Nil PI ..10 0 17
*5I N 0'i50W't. ef 8 300"t. of W. 22 WH ef NWH oNil el of Owl IS 12 13 I Cert Washington 2." .m Pert Lot Des. In $ 21 1 .3 20Lot

342 Ft. of NH of NWH of Carl L. S Ads Oil 11 II. II I Kenneth Gurell 116' Franklin V. I Dos. in DO r.r60I'l .
1251 EN 01 OWN of Oil of Oil II ". IIIIUIO Klltchko An.'." Mot.1 ..
NWH 4 47 21 I M. W"hln.lon 713.I Eldt Ed Oaker,1S 1191 NWH Hwy S OR 13.100 loss atteptiena 13
0410 Ft X 130 Ft In NE Cor. II" Nil of Nil'" 01 HW' S oilbor W. 1211 SH of NH Nil of Oil of Oil 17 12 33 10 R. 0. Smith 504 In OR N 11..31 II I. 30 Boat Docks Inc. .35

of NWU of NWUDia "' HWWoof HW' 01 Nil. I. U 10 Plummer at UK "..71I of Nil Lt Loren 11111 Lot In N OWl

In fnH'rL R/W 47 2* .1 w.b.r: m'IIKL" 2911 1 I 126El of 'W' 01 Nil OfU 1291 oOil SH of SH ef NWH of Oil 20 12 33 2H J. James U' On. :-D .' OWC. C Rcds, II IJ 30 Melvin Brown III'10HDUR..NT

III Big 75' W. 4 110 S. of NE Nil. 41 U I Herschel' D Shutea .15 PI 1.13
Car of NWH for POB Run .211 Owl of Nil of Oil 12.. II $10 E. Jerry Names 14 of Oil 20 12 33 I.' Ray H. Mayer U Charlie, S Moh.loU707 11.44J.m.s

Thence S 200, E5', N. Wm. I. S. H.I.n Edward H. 1310 SWH of NWH of SWH. Robert M.O Lot 1 .Ik A Richards
111 Oil ef NWH of Nil U" U.O 21 12 33 10 Fleming Henry
200', W. IS to POI 47 21 .. l.lnw.b.r 17.11 I.n., '., 101 7." 3t.07
969 I Ac In IW Car ef IH efNWH 6331 .W"'oIHE"'ofW'" 13.. II 10 EllolC'1 /N 9311 NWH Dr. Powell Marlon 11709 Lot I Ilk A awis
of OWl of
of NEH of NWH Dot 32 NWH'" Of Oil ef Owl U" 31 10 Ella B. Craw $14 Owl 21 12 33 10 BaettySamuel 304 Charlie S M.hole
1311 IH
of NWH Ot OWl II."
in D$. 1192 4 47 21 I L. Johnson Jr. 7116 357 All Loss NH of NWU of Nil of Ills Lots N S 20 Ilk'A Richards
21 12 M.holo
NWH of NWU SH. Of NWH Deuce 33 / Slagal US Charlie S
191 Big el IE Cor of NEH of Murray 391 NH Of NWH Of Oil 1917
NEH ot IWH. Run W. 265 Of NWH of NWH It 11 31070 Tr. 2121 NEH of 11717 Lots 20 O. 30 Ilk A Richards 123 031st
21 Mtch.1I,
for POI N 100 W ISO Joteph MartinI Murray Druce 9417 E I/I of SH of Nil of 52 33 / Michaal Slnchik 115 11735 lob II S U Ilk I Archie

100' E. $150 to POB 4l 21 Thomas at ui 27)1 1197 ALL 22 II II MO Tr. 2155 NWH of Oil 25 12 33 '00. 10NDUR..HT PI 1.11 Campbell 111
1 John
T .Iphonoo
1011 IWU of NEH' ef SWH Lisa J D 4 Irma Domlnck KayeCapt 2' 11110 Lot I'
043NI of Nil Of NWH of Wilson I NCARSON'S
M94 ", Lou.llo
NH ofOilofOilofil00. WilliemB
N 30 Ft for R/W 4 47 250 Pendervla 1171 I Cal v.00.050 .15 Owl 11711 Lot 19

'1059 I 2914 '1. of N IOU ,t. of Curl L. 4 Ado M SH of LEN of Oil' of 531 IH of Nil of Oil of 21 12 33 1 Jones .15 'UID. PI 2." fool,
of Oil 4 SH of Owl elSEU Geneve B. Sunset
W 661 ,t. ef MEN. of NEN1 29 441 Waahlnglon 7417E David E. NWH
]] 52 11310Ismel
1064 S IM Ft of 8 120 of W. of Oil. 21 51. 11.0 Harding ux 114 544 IH of Nil'" of Nil 11 62 33 33 20 S Michael' Slnchik 475 11101 Lots I 5 4 Ilk 0 E56 Co.Dana
271 Ft of NENONWNof' '" Murrey Druce IMO IH of NWH OJ 12C..RSON'
oOil of
NWH t 17 29 I M Keen et ux 17.11 1500 ALL 011 31 640 Tr. 21111 Nil John FDougala. 1110. Lot 1 BIM ot UK
shot NH of LEN of Owl elNWH 11 12 31 I et ux 4.75
ADD PI ..31
IOU E Wilson Wryaltet
OforJtJf07't.l NH S47 SH ef Nil of Oil of Nil Joe M. Loan.11tH .
I It 32 I
EH I 47 21 I et ux 7104mi Nick Savovlch 115
NWH of Oil of 3003
1019 NH ofNofWIofNWN 6611 NH ef NWH ef NWH of Louie Gaudlo NEVI Lot I Ilb' 7 .t "K

of NEU I 47 21 I C. L. Bleckbur Oil 4 II 32 I at ux 415J..n 557 EH of OWl' of Owl 13 33 52 52 33 33 20 10 Mlcheel, Smchak S tO Charlie S Moh.lo 00,01Beulah
John Fike Rrcharda
1112 11120. Lot 10 Ilk 7
1411. NH of NWH of NEU Nile 512 NH ef Nil.
of Nil of
1612 Nil of NWH ef Oil Mao
4 OI 32 10 CharbonnaeuAndre 14
NWH. NH NWU ef NWH NWHof of 6614,, NH Of Nil ef Nil o 1 NWH .v. >3 39 32 33 I John O Rutaoa 170 IItJl Lot IN'k' 1 .. Coleman 1. 00
NWU. IEH ef '59S
OWN .II 41 21 IM Murray Once SMI Oil 4 11 32 3II JoncaeBarnerd "4.15 9651'II"'ofI5\4D'HW'Owl Of Oil Of Nil" ef 31 52 33 10 Ralph Muahltng Franklin I.MOtwald .. Man Menlo lay Hodge S n NTommie

1421 EH Of SWH oWl. NH 01'E' QSnydar Oil 35040 Lot 1IIb 1
1100El of HW' of 4 12 34 21 Hanson 33 S. Minnie'
HW'4 II 11 S2 10 et alJamea 611 ,
)stood Neple
of SWH A SWH of 711 Oil '
of Oil
SEH .II 41 21 10 Corp 12713I .711 Nil of .1... oNWN 14 11 U 11 intemarle, 194 NWH of Nil ef 12 12 34 21 H..y A. U'$ Lot IS Ilk Massey 76.05 ,
M..II| 13
1413 All Lett 8. 100 for JotaphSantam I 733 EDEN PARK PI I"
R/W C.n.ll. 41 21 121 Ambrute 'Ine .1S2 SI 0711 1 HW''" of NWI of Nil 101 S2 10 .., ..*. Nilof Oil of NWH oIl Ear A, \
1713 NN. of Owl.. of NW' of Joseph 0,12 12 34 2H Marjorle Baaachlln 3.34 11M I Lot n Ilk 3 {ummeralls 5412 1'fJ.ml
\\J 1411 Oil of SWH 4 8H of SEH MurrayLett .161 NWH ef Nil of OWl 121GLENNDALE
S. 100' for Cart! R/W 22 41 21 101 Deuce T,. 17222 Nil I' 01 S2 / Santamarie 4 IS IEH Lot 22 5th 2 Moose Rogos
177' HWWo of IWI of Nil 14 12 34 II Dennis O Arnold 3.31Owl
Ip U 10 PI 2.101
James Santamarie
"" of 'I" of Nil 0052 NH of Nil of NWH ef S
Coell I. Moy11I11
30 II 27 107 Doris, I. Zaeglir Edward C.
NH of IWH of Nil
6140 Owl of Nil ef Osstrlco
154M II 12 10 Qraanop Jr. 1.11Michael
,,70. W rf OWN ef NWH ofOWN of IWH, NWH of Nil of 180.00
321 21 f Michaellnchak, Lots 1 S. Grainger
614) OWl of Owl of Oil II II 12 10 OWl 31 52 320 Ralph I. Oudlll 12.11 PINE GROVE pB 110412m
1111l of SEH of IWU. of INN 12 II" I Michael I,nchak 4. Roihklnd et ux 14 0051 IH of Oil of NWH of WIII.d T. Jsmn S Wlllia
17)1 IH of IEH o164 of Oil 32 41 29 I M'cheat. Smchak' 414 Beard of Trade Nil
1151 .It of HW'' 33 12 34 I Lo..tt..t "II 4.7S Ma ltrocisr 1.71
1751 WH of OWl.. of SWU of Harry FltherNWH 31 10 In c. 3017 Lot 0
IS 41 10 I et ui 111). 0091 Oil' of HW' of Oil II II U 10 Lawrence F. Hart 7 54 0070 Lola 12344 :::rrnc. MAIN LINE 'UBD PO I."
I 13 M.
Reno 21 III 10 252.M Carl L. S Ado
IUD Nil ef Oil. ef OWl of John A Gregory
OWN.. II 41 21 21 et ux 114 936 Nil'" ef NWH ef SWH 301 U.O.t ux 7." 10071 Lot I 22.20Sabary Cast 12m Lots I S I hc. W. 10' Ilk 2 Washington $4 01
I 13 21 M.lvlll II"
112; R.no Boll
Hilda Color S 12255 Lot 21 Ilk I
ef of
16)2 WH of IWH Oil
II 41 25 1.21 E. P. Nun I 702 R.n.. D. 1..1" Barbary CNN 12270 Loll 30 S 31 Ilk 4 Flo..1t Jones "..10UI71
IWH ef OWl Willo.m S ..11 HW''" of Oil'" of Oil J' II 12 10 .t.1 1.04 10071 Lot I 13 21 31.ISII Inc. 2021 Thad R, S Annie

1001 NI of Nil of Oil' of B.,boy Cant Lot Ilk 1 J. Ponds U.
ef NEH of Oil' 24$ 21 20 Gloria. 0 KoottE 3135
2021 NH 10010 Lot .0
I 21 IUD
Charles R..gn Owl of Oil' I ".. Wllllam Moss 205 Ine 2121 Janus Lows

.. ef IEH' M It 21 702 Tu.t..t 01 25121 7001 IH.. of NEH'" of Oil efIWH 'n..n Barbary Cont 122. Lot 12 Ilk I Ramo N us 10100
WH "
2042 10011 Lot 11 3 II 21.... ,
of life II I 1n0 217 .lIworth \
2IWU II IHII Gilbert
FoualNH et' of'
2301 WH of NH of IH. of NH of Blanche E 205
0113 100 X 375 In
OR B. 7 11 401
7010 -
of NWH 11
Nil ofNEH 12291 Lot Ilk I N oil
104 Edward
of BEN Lon W. 35 Ft 22 41 27 I .1.'
2)11 WNofIIN/lc/NN.. ofII 20 13 2H'' Bartholomew 1.7' Known ea Lot 71 Cape Ro Barbary Coat 12300 Lot 21 Ilk I :iJott:" 13.11 \,
mono I 11 .
2let. Cora
7107 112
104 of IEH of
of Oil Ins W 35 Ft. 22 41 27 I Norman Beiton M/Sgt MeiropMa E
EH of IH of NH of NH of Bond "II." SEH 21 O. Boy"on 4.75 Barbary Coast mn Lot 1 7k" M. Campbell 0422 'I
2361 IH of Nil'" Loss I. 35 Ft. 23 4* 27 I works Inc. .01 7U. NCI of Nil of NWH of L, 0111 OR 15272 4 271 3 13 210 Ine' 704)) Lo 8 EILho N.rell J,. 22.11

2)61 EH Of NH of SH of NH Of Bond Millworkt 004 7151 HW' oNWI'" of IEH of 0OI. "..* McM.h.n U. 0133 Lot I 4 I.10 10 53 21 272.II 'Ine Barbary Coast ....71 12314 Lot II Ilk 1 Jamal N Six H. Lewis 01.11J.

SH of Nil Lose E. 35 Ft. 23 4* 27 I Inc. Nil 0131 Lots 1 1241 Let Cape Romano Barbary Coast T. Gauss
25NH 020 2HII Victor M.tiv.r,
of Oil' of NWH of Walter Glorokoty 1.7'
2431 tH Tr. I" 7111 of NH of IEH of NWH Banamln W. Los 11 53 21 7.' Inc. 1112 12317 Lot 21 Ilk 0 Farms; Inc. 1.01J.
NWU 24 41 27 I
0331 IH of NWH 4 Nil 4 NH\ The SouthceaatConat
of IWU T. Gaunt
253 N IIS of W. 150' of IH ef William E. 717' Owl. of Owl. of Owl'" 4 NH\ 21 11 2H Pf alarFla 1.3 of Owl 4 NH of Oil 2 S3 32 440 Co. 140 30 12319 LOll 2126 I'k' 1 Farms' Inc. I"J
Nile of Oil of NWH 24 4* 27 .SI. 32$ .
Foreyth .t ux 10335 All Less all Parcels sold before The
of IH SouthcoiatContt
SEH of Owl etIWH Julian MILLERS PARK PI 1-10
Nil' of IEH. of Nil 24 41 27 I
2100l of
Claude J. Colhren 414 April I, 1963 I 33 32 223 CeFerdinand. 1190
HI. 11 Raborte ,.
15II J
I$3 "ltch.y
NWH of
NH of oNil
2521 27 I 7UI NH ef Nil of Nil efNWU 036S EH of Oil of NWH of ; A .1345 lab 7. 1. .0 Ilk I 01 Six II." 1
oil Exc W. 30Ft J41
Wlntare 104
Ron M.
NH. of Owl I 5) 32 3 P attone 479
NWU of NWHof
p. "llc".y.t
2522 IH of NWH of Nil of
0171 WH of Oil of Nil of
.UII Lots 13 to n BIb I
Nil NH\ of IEH efNWH 3003
IEU Ilc W. 30 Ft 219 27 t2S34 Ron M Winters 104 OWN. u.
33 32 3 Frenk lelvolouth .
tEH of IWH.. Of tEl 24 4* 27 10 707 oNWI. IH of Oil'" Carl S. Ada M. ii.W..hlnllon :
J. T. W.Iker of Nv"r of NWH NH Of 0391 All Lett all Parcela' sold before Cast lUll Lots 1.5 Ilk 4 .0.
2574 WH of EH of Nil of NWH Jon Nil of Oil of NWU NH\ April 1. 1963 I 51 32 495 Cenat Co. $2113 ';;1
of Oil'" 21 4* 27 2H Caroline Cause 171 0417 Oil ot OWl ef oil I S3 32 10 James lorce
of NWH of Owl' of NEUNH III 12313 Lot .7 B .II Ilk C..mo 11.77
2721 WH of IEH of Nil of .
0411 EH of Owl. of Oil
OWN .nd EH. of Oil of Lucille ANEH ..ef IH.. Owl of Owl of. of Oil Oil of efNWH Oil Of. 53 32 3 Anthony Clcc"no, 115 lUll lots I 1.1 I'k' I. ". FntchayN .4.01
of IWH. 30 4* 17.. II UI
Andarton 0420 All
loss all parcels sold before South Coast
2721 WH of Nil' of IEH of Lucille AIWH NWH OWL IH ef 8H.. Nil of Owl ef NWHef of' April 1. mi I 53 32 111 Cost, Ce 11740 12100 Lob 8 0. 7 Ilk 1 C.Joe'm'th W.' S Viola ILM
30 4* 27 I 414
Anderson Nil. of The SouthceittCentt 11101 Lob ... nUll BIb 1 Loss
IH" Of NWHef R/W Joe W. ImllhJr I"
27)0 WH of IWH of Oil of
Leo Martin 0441 ALL II 53 32 .
Oil. of IWH IH of Real 140 Co. Inc 3141! In OR lit 515 11.13
OWN 309 27 I 414
at ux273S 0450 WH of See lying I ef Tarn
of Owl
ef Oil. SHef Estate Oev 07' E. P.
WH of Nil ef NWH of "ltch.y
Norman WiltonIEU Tr Less NWH NWH efNWH The South CentContt '
IWH. ef OWN' of Owl 10$ J4 15 Corp 30/1 l2na LNs 10.1' BIb I at 0000
30 4* 27 5 414 UI
Louis 7311 NH. of Nil. of NWU of 14 53 32 Co. 1101Wllhem 11103 Lob 7'19 OlkLns R/W In OR
2770 I EH of NWH of OWN ot
G Millar NWH NH of 0494 NH\ of OWl of IWH of J. I. 110191
Nil of Nil .14.21
NWH'" 31 41 27 1 .t UI 414J of Nil.. SH.. ef Nil'" of I Owl. 1 31 13 I Ilocum 4.75 NEW MARKET PI .101/ I, p. "rltch.y

Lawrence Nil. of 0417 All !loss ell parcels told b.. The touthcoiatCe
3)17 IUj of Nil of NEU.. 2 4* 34 20 Nil. NH of NWH'" Edwlll L.
Kelly 1112 April 1. 1063 4 51 11 453 Co. Inc 139 50
of Oil of NEH NH", of 12.07 All Loll I.O Bib' 1 Whoaler U II11I14
Mra CharleaGraenf Nil. of 0504 EH ofEl of Nil of 12.0. Lot' Ilk 1
3390 NWH. of IEH of IWH.. I 4* J'.O 104William Nil of OEM. IH Neel Davit 11 NE
eld ot Nil ef Nil. of IWU Nil 51 11 3 Joseph E. Guercie' 4 IS Lot 1 Ilk I :r. Fritch.y 23.32
4 IH.. 0524 IH of IEH lane Folng Para
111 IH of SEH of Oil I 4* 320 r of Nil of Nil'" of Grainger
Thomas Webb 1112 WH\ of NWH of Oil ofLEI. lee .I
3464 IH of Owl' of Oil of Oil, NH of Situ of NWH 1215. LOI I Sib 1 '.41
EH of Nil of Owlof
OWN 21 49 34 I Louise Payne 47SNWH NWU oOwl SH ooil IH.. ef IEHef of. Oil. IH.. of OWL. NWI 12459 Lot Ilk tee I. Oningerus 71.31
351) Parcel 55 X 1)7' Beg 400 I
Of IWH EH Of Nil ofHW'
of end 175 E. of NW Cor of NWH of Oil. NH of '1.. Real Mar' SCNII
Rch.d H. S ef Owl, EH Of Nil. :
Section, 13 II SO 23 Oecna To..ns.nd $1012Circle Nil of Oil ef IEH IH l.t.t.D.v. 1211I$ Lots 0 5 01 Ilk I ;. n..' 1.77
ef IWH EH ef
3641 Nil Loss E. 100 Ft 4 N. SOFt ef NEH ef Oil of Oil' I 14 Uit Cop. 3121 OWl of Brews
137 Nil of IWH I II 13 210 Coland Corp "II N u
$ IH ef NH\ of Oil of Iltlll M $2/10 Loa I 0 II Ilk 12 1000 '
3 10 21 117.'
Four Inc. 4714 0521 NWH. EH of Nil of
1 '
Oil of Owl tNH Turner 231 12511 Let Ilk .7 J. T. Mays 111
Jackson W. UOI 321 Of IWH NWU of Nil of
166) NCH of NWU I 10 240 Rutchmen ui IS 44 .of NWH. ef NWH efef IWH WH Of IWU of Nil lot II Ilk IS 1 Foot .f
NI. 01
Owl of HW'' 'Iorod. Ina '.3'
3101 owl. Of Oil'" 01 Of Robert W Matte Of IWH W" 01 HI4I of Oil. 12511 Lot II Ilk II
NWH. NH. ef Oil. of L..v.. .
NWU. II M 21 1.1
J.I ux I M Nil EH of NH of lMaarmp $1N I'I'U515
of NWU of NWH. NH ot Oil Oil 12511 Lob II. n S IJ Ilk 2' Thomas
1720 1.160'1 of EH of NH G..ld S
ef NEU ef EH ot Nil ef IWHIEH of
NH Of Nil of OWN I00 231. Myrtle C....... 1241 NWH of Oil NWH of NWH SH, NH of WH ef NWH ef Oil South Coast 12" Loll U S It Ilk 30 N Henry Six wean IIUII9
3M1 IWU of IEH of NWHof I M 17.0 Gertrude 71)
linger of Oil of Owl. ef NWU of IEH 103 31 430 Consl. Co. 'Inc 12199 W L S DorothyCrawford

John F, NH ef NWH of Nil 0521 All less EH of NWH of lot 101k U 1.90
100 II IM
3174 N IM Ae of IEH 111339M
McCauley South Coat
Owl, IH of OWl of NWH WH Of Nil
Nil. of NWH'" end NWH'" of R L. of IWH IH NWH of NWU of Nil. of Of OWN of NWH I 53 33 130 Cenit Co 21412 UUI LOll 1.7 Ilk U Larry Block M. 4.91
Nil' 10 II 2711 JecboonTr, 4045
South CoaatConn

4001 NH of SH of OWN.. of NWH Mildred, I Of NWH Owl of. IWU of OWL NH. Of IH..Nil Of. Fla 0530 ALL 7 II 11..0 CoAtlent 21144 12612 Lots .., Ilk 31 Corp Collierr D.". 1111

NWH II 10 SI 21 Cotn.tta 331 Real N. 12. S' ef I. 315 I' of e MortCorp .
Nil of 057 W.
Owl of l. W. W. S
4015 SH. of OWN. of NWH' ofNEU Robert IH hit I. D.v. OINiMa
L. J. 01 Oil 01 Owl o// IW0\ 12.. CO" 10S of I. 1326 of OWN. I S3 33 II 34 11.71 Lot 2IIb It CI.nton .71
'" II >0 31 I Quinn 116 7401 NH of Situ. of NWU. of 360 3121 057 N. 17* S' of I. 2349 I' of W. Atlantic, Mort. E. L. S Inl L

10 W,Illem J. NEU IH of nil ef NWHef 310 0' of E. 2)241 of IEH I II 11 270II Corp 104 1161. LOll 17.10 Ilk 40 Johnson n 10
4700 'W"'ofH'olHI'4 200 uirich 104
10621 N 124 of S 129 of W.
NEH IH ef Atlantic Mort.
4241 Nil Of OWN Of NWH 300 n 10 Leroy Leyne et ui I 94 Owl of NEU NH", NEH of Oil ef 272 oi.. 342 I 13 .77II Corp 334 11190 lob 21.21 Ilk .0 Johnson Ernest L. 1211
4214 NH Of NWH Of SWU Of
of S. 414
of 10641 N 1235 of NWU
IWH ef NEH Atlantic Mort.
NH ef In..t L. JohnsaJr.
NWU 2 10 31 1 William Rove 4 5 II Nil of NWH of LEI. IHef .. loss, W. 7*' 4 Iwo E. 2)21 I 31 .70II Corp 321 12..5 Undl"lded Ilk II ot iI_ .. .29U1I7
424 NH oWl ef nil of
0150 N, 121 oS.. 164 of W. 305'
Nil ef NWH of Oil Florence P.
Chart. I. Wills"
NWH 2 10 U 6 William Rove 116 NH", of Site. of Nil of of E 191 of NWH I 1) NII .101' 3)4 let 1 Ilk" end Vacated RR ado'Onl .
m Ituuo
4471 H'') of NWH ef SEH of Oil. IH.. of Nil. ef Owl 1070 W. 70 Of I. M i' oN.. 1)1 I 11121 Loo 2 "IIt.. end vented RR .dlonl Charity ui.

NWH'" 7 10 J2 1 Halu Fan too Moo 103 ef Oil. IH ef NEH of of I. II*' I 11 .14II Joseph Cole 321 Lola 2 S Willis' Jr. II 1/

F1nyThirly Oil of IEH IH.. of Oil. LOIN N /12* Allan tic, MoriCorp Lots / S 1 Ilk /0 0 Voc R R 't. lying I. Carl,
1241'00tNil'I04Y L. S Ada
4111 U I' Fla Real
NEH" of Nil ef NWH 13 10 Two Corp 2 74Albert ef Nil ofE I 131 325 eLots / B 1

4647 Oil of lilt Of OWN 13 10 U 10 Q Hero111 NEIl. of Owl oOil.of .Oil NH. of 12" Estate Don 0721 E. 342 o0, 692.7' eN.. .,7' U7U Lot II Ilk' N M. Washington' 1111 i
4711 Nil' ., Oil' Of NWH of J4 15 Corp Carl Washington' 10 Uuu.
Less E. 70'
427 I 13 31 412II
Nil Ot NWH 300 Barbara Killmn 114
of Nil ,
II 11 J4 I. L.
IWH.. ef IH of Oil. of I' Pale Na/ogeorle 1 Johnson
NH .Ik
4)7 NH. of NWH of 1072 N 001' of S 135 of I. 2M Atlantic Mort. Los I' 10 l
NWU. of SWH NH' of IWU.. 1 Nil of Jr. N so .111 ,
of W. 644 of NWH I 11 IIII 3 21
of tEU of OWL. NH of 431 NIIof.. IWH of Nil. of II II 34 I Wm C. Nerflaet I.IS 0730 E. 165 of W 1114 of S. 2901' Corp Atlantic, MoriCerp 12731 Los I U Ilk 60 EJohnsonn L. '.

Nil. of SEH of SWH NHot Oil ef NWH I 13 21I 144 12742 Los 2911 Sib' 511 1.11
Owl, of NWH ef SEHSH 11 II 14 I Alfred 0 O.udnl, 110 I. L. Johnson 1104 ;1117" 1\
441 EH of Owl' ef IEH .0711. E. 730' of W. 1914 of N. Atlantic Mort. i'
.. of Owl of NWM' of IEU 4 CatlarinaHone ).' Lots SS. 1 Joe T. a Ollvo .
WH of Oil ef IEH II /I. 1321 of' II I ) 31 10 M Corp 1512 Ilk 12
SH of Owl of Owl of IEH. 477 IH.. of NWH ef NWH of 310 et al 1172 07)2 Bag 1924 E. of 4 2015 3' N 12712 Lots 11.1t Ilk 12 Royna 771. aO

NH ot Oil of NWU' Of IWH 4 Owl of of SW Cop of NWH Run I. Carl Washington 10171 j11

SEH.. SH.. of SEU of NWH Owl 4 NH of NWU NWH of 110 I'. N. 103. W 259, N. 11753 LNI 1111, Ilk 12 Cast L. ,

of IEU IH of title of IWH owl ofW \\0 of William, 172 7', W. 111 I', I. 23) to Atlent' Mort. 12154 Los 12..5. Ilk II Washin, L JooonnNn 2111 1 '
of Oil 21 50 12 '1.' Allu Company 2760 of 21 II 14 20 Zimmerman .t u.i 1232 POI I 13 33 112 Corp 114 lntOt 12.13 (

4723 NH of NH ef HEll gf NWH 4"etMV HEll NW"- Allen H 07)3 N.0 I. of E. 174. o1.. Atlantic Mort 12779 Lots 1 S 0. Ilk' 61 Collier D"' .lop. "

NH Of Owl et Nil ofNil. Ml NWU of Owl of Nil of'15 oI. 14 2H Collle.t UI 274 1)624 of Nil I 13 33 I) Corp 134 FRED WHIDDINS 'U.D. PI U. sent Corll. 1014 -':

NH\ of IE'. N OWN Owl Lou Ellen 07)4 W. 35 ef E. |7|' ef N. Atlentw Moro
.f Nil. .N of Golden Fines 3J 11. 34 2H. h"Dtt 274 r of' u* r' i L. R. S Zelma
NWWo .f 114 Oil of NWH of 4 ) II 11 54 Cop 269 11111 LNs $ L 22 S U. Ilk 3
HW''" of 6EN 22 0012 It D.v.'opmenl' c. U 22III' Oil Owl of Wdho' Ed 107)1 W. 35 oE, 1344 of N. It Iet Atlantic Mort Les .pp .11 IIII'

H\II of Owl.. of NWN of 01. T. Adorns 141 oil of Oil. ef Owl D II 34 2H Tiller. 274 I 16241 I U 33 M Corp 363 "$ LNs II 20. Ilk I Laeoe,

"I" 10 II ot UK 4 II of Mane Grace 107)1 E. of W N Atlentic Man. JOYCE PARK 2111 H".loon ltI1J111I
4014 $1 .f OWl of NEil o/6 IS7 Oil ef Oil ef )4 11. 34 2H et U. 0.21Oil 129 I' of 8. 325 6' ef Owl. I 53 330 Cerp 325 I 2..1 LNs 1IL 014' :1

OWl "/ 10 31 I Cllol" R..bere 4 0 II Owl ot 0717 w. 60$' of' I,. I' et OilS Viola C. I'h 31283

441 'Elo Nil 01 Oil. of 3It 34 2H T. Lang et u. 274 N 1211 ef S. 70S oW.. I lot .'.I!. Ilk A Carl L S

'" 10 II lames I. Clark I ISNWN Wm. T. Barrat 31S I' of Oil 4 E It ef I70S AtI.nt'e Mort. I 2K1 Lets 2042. Sib A Waslrop on 102 N

111. NN 0' Nil of IWN. oil Jr. Waalay' a Of IWH I U 13100Cap.. 17727M I 2144 LeO 33. 111 A Viola C, Smdh 0711

it 10 II 1 Jock A. RobblM 151 Downing Wm. D 07)1 Bag 1)44 W of 4 ".' N. of 1 2165 Lot M. Ilk A Viola C. Im'tll 2150

405. Nr1/ elf /Wl of Foil' II 10 32 10 Mary WSihtor 004I '1H Lot 7 Huron' W., IE Cor, Run N. 032 0'E. I 1111 Lot 31. I'k' A Vida C. lmrq 180
14 12 21 I Roy Im th 111 )6S, S 12*'. W. 205 SMl Atlantic' Mort Yule C. Inns 17 JIr

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COUNTY NEWS NAPLES GROVE a TRUCK 24011 loll 1-2 Ilk tI E.t W. C.ft 1121Jos. Theodore K 4 iraN

CO. LITTLE FARMS NO. 1PI Oscar M.rt' ,&9' lot 31. IIh A S. Montgomery M M

PUBLIC NOTICE 1.21 W E 'oraylll 2411. Lot IZ ilk, tI Hernandot I II2m. GOLDEN SHORES Pe J 25
PUBLIC NOTICE U 2 S Dr. I rIo Kenneth P.
17551 W. $30 01' Lot U .t U. Lot 31 "h tI M ar non A'.y 101Jos. 2190 Lot 37290q McConkeyDr JI."
17571 I.g .t Pt 0" N. L/ Lot U, Ooo.r Marti.14t1 Daniel
19912' E of W. LI Lot 3Z / lot 21 Nrrnrndot 1 N Lot IIINDUSTRIAL Shanehen ;3ttt

'I for P05. E. 254 M' I 351.1' 00"0 21177 Lao ::2h Ilk 21 Charles W. Popo 1101 ADeiTION PB I.IM
to I LI Lot W. N Coops'Knii 101 1 Wm. N. 6 Ethel 2tOk A Lot 3 John A Pulling 1442
317.71' t. roe J..pll Thaman ,iUI4 lots 91 a. II Sib' M M Jena loll .LAME F RE.T MPtAT ILK A PB S 40
3 1 \7.1. E. 171' eN.. ISO' of .N54 Watksr Sr. 211 S Lot 10 Sits 'I Hook.1I Rector III I .062az.1 791'7 Lot 27 Bill A R. C. loatner 21.tO
10 t5
Lot 13 Robert L Lot 41 Ilk, II liana. C.r. 101I LAKE FOREST n I.(I
I. 17130 N. 75' of I 150' of W. 100' 13' Carl F. Hilton Lee
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FBI 17162 Lot 99 hc 25. II 161' t0 1011 Law ronco 4 Lou T. aran..
I 1 r NW Car II 10 t5 10 .mu.1 CI..I LOt TaathN 24361 Lot. U 4 U Ilk' II S .W' $6 61Oeory. 9159 Lot 17. .Ik C Montgomery 2014
I I g 17611 ZI9' II 161' In NW Co Lot III 'N R 4 LAKE MANOR" I.n
= 15 i F I Y E M U 50 IS I Judy.t UI l01I C.do" 24m Lot U 1152 K/th.nns Harding SIT Wm. H. 4 Elhl

I NAPLES ARK UNIT I PP J.7 21345 La67 M. Jon. Sill
17671 N. 170' of W 110' of E. 171' 4. II t 3 L.KEWOOD PARK "I 503
l'Ii7 Lota :IS 4J Ilk, A \/iol. C I.'tll. .111 114 V.'O l01I 2157' Lot. II U 5159' Qobboa: uo 3072 Loroy C. Rrtton'

Ill" Lots 7.1, Slit 5 \/01. C I.tll. 3647 17714 I. US' of W 100' of E. 440' WhlI'IlInl.y, 1 1 2914 Lot 19; bib, I hour, et ux 21.to
IlI12 Lot 12. I'h' I Viola C. Smith. 010 Lot ItNAPLES/ 121516 Lot U .Ik 10 RkrmgJ 1012n" Florence Bertrenel
IlI7. Lola 15.... Blk, B Viola C. I"lh 10.U IMPROVEMENT Fay 201m24601 2N11 Lot 61. 116, I 4 June M Taylor 77.12Mr
Jo. W. I.tll.. CO LITTLE FARMS PI z.t A. Lot. 10 a II SIk, 10 ,:: I1I MOORINGS UNIT 2 P. 013 a 14
It11Lot 20. Ilk' B Et UI U N 17660 E !G' of W 1400' of I'" Lot Jo..ph IUlcoml It UI II 2:I Lot 15 Ilk, 10 Mark T. Oliver SOS *. Mary
12171 lots 14. BIk, C \/,01. C. Imtll 1111 12 U 49 25 Larrat ,". M.r 2"16' Lot II ilk' N Wynn. Scent 15)12T
12110 lob u.n Ilk, C Vole C. I.'tll 1111 11171 E 100' of W 2150' of lit Lot H/1011 Taylor 117:r 24629 lots I. 0 a 1ft .Ik SI Oul. It III' REPLAT BLK 7 NAPLES GOLF 4

W. L. 4. Dorothy 11112 E 50' e5 W UOO' of I'" Lot N,1On Taylor It I' :4640 Lot 71 III: :: Lung 7 S6R K. Mont.om"134.,7WIII.
12..1 Lot. .. BIM I C. Crawford II )7Nalha 12 U It II W"' E. 21670 lot 2S S'S' L. Eason 01 UI 6IS JOG'4 Lot 10 .1. 7 el ux
17173 W 10' N E. no' o5Y" of Lot NAPLES HEIGHTS REPLAY PI IN
Jackson. /1 TNAPIis :1 r tsar.
12901 Lot II. BIM, I Et VV 2011 12 011 IS 'o.tll .t UI 24177 Lola 37.31 Ilk' 12 Hirschy n U .", B.
SEMINOLE IU.D. PI III MANOR UNIT 1PI Arthur E. 30123 Lot I Stone. Ins' 2SIS

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1995' Lot II Ilk C 15571 Lot 31 IIk, U Robert Sutler.
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21254 Lot 101 E 199 to P08 Land I 10 21 Irvin P. N.I" It 10
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M.f TOWN 0' EVERGLADES NW'1 ly for 344 M/L to PT elntsn with
JUI Lot I. Ilk. C :: HudsonJf. 3V .rllg6e ;.t l' Carl W. a .PI 1.07./1. .. line Par'Il 1 to 4 140 W oIon 1 Court '
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, \ Earl E. eN.a. Loroyr S.4 26191. Lot 10 .Ik S,1 470Lown 13/S >' S oN lino lot I. then Run E for

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f CI.ud. J.Cotho" SOUTH T.MIAMI HOTS PS 3.44 2.111 Lot Robert DRobn.on all aaller properly WNnney ...
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L."c. N.L.III. 21147 Lae II a t4 SIb A Opal P P.n. .Il 26613 A. .P. A
131.0 Lot .. Ilk 1 ot UI 11114 21111 Lot I SIh D Paul ,. I."tllli U 11 Lot /Ilk' I 0.Robinson' 115 Tax Coll actor

Iov.'y' .. Ray 21201 Lot I115' 0 V'c., T. AIt.t, 17.1 Robert D. Collier County: Fla.
Lot /IIk 1 I. I. IS 22 1964
13162 Lot U. BIN 0 .t UI 1111 John ,. 26640 Lot Robinson II $534
Kenneth L, 21U2 Lot IS .1. E Cabbri..t, UI 1031 10 Ilk 17 Coli" Dlv, Cop. 13 11
13161 Lot 14 Ilk B McCollum, et ux 31.*, Pets, PLAN .n. NAPLES P5 'I.
., 13.1''' 26707 Lot* I) 17 INCL S ALLEYS
James A 21240 Lot II 5la, f' .u.t PIktII.TNI
13164 Lot II ilk B ux 4141,S iPERlINOS5100.. PI 412 4 W 79 Lot II. luielte /h,1mir.4Sl 9 .
Ronald"dL.t Jimmy Lawronc.Sib 26720 1/16 INTEREST IN LOTS BIO INCL. 4 <'
13165 Lot 16 Ilk B McCune ot ux 1491'121535 Lot .1 B Snell .t UI 610S N 10' ola I II I 4 Part Vacated NS
COCONUT RIVER UNIT I PB 1 51 SUNSET HOMEI PI 4 nI Alley Blk, IncI I Mirl" Scoll II 9<
1392) Lot 103CRAIG'S William D Hixon, $121:I Ch..I.r w. 26111 LolO 2224 SIb, I, T 2 Fred Di Tarrlce' 2491'
SUBO PB 427 11294 Lot I Rober 1' 111I.n3amn 2619) Lao 3.Inca' BIb 14 T 2 Miriam" G Rutter 210 1 I

I' 14042 Lot 37 Betty Joan Dytert '7.11 4 Mary John W, end Mon f
RicherdYennaco La 2971 EH Lot IIIMIIII oT 19 SIN 10 T 1 M Bauer. 17741
14047 Lot 4) Tr I I< 11m La 323 J'.ph 'dOIl"O 111 J 2699 Lot. 41. I Wm. W. Berry 11211 I
RoyFLORIDA 21311 Lot O. D. Folly I' 'I 2697 lots 10. II. 4 12 Blk II. T 1 John Otujc 3031
14050 Lot 41 Johnson et ux 10.31Cermine 21320 Lot 35 G. D. Folly 161 27100 N 130' of W II 7' of Lola 1 4. N 130' Harley T. 1I
FARM SITES W. H. IURRENCY" IU.D PI 121 of Lot 4 Ilk I T 4 Winielo, el ux III

i PB 4 11 209 27 21364 I 75' LolO U 4 24 .Ik I Myrtle Chan' 10 Ii Doneld It. %
Siman.' TRAIL TERRACE PS 194 27)60 Lot I 4 E tI 2/3' Lot I, Blk, 21. T I Biankanthlp" el ux 126'/
4 William." RSouthworth Arnold A' 4 Slab? mil SH Lola 1 1-I Inc! 4 SH oE I I/I Robert J. i
14295 Tract 69 4 66 10 7 v t 117f1 Lot I a 3 .Ik D L. VIt.tOI IS35S Lot 4 Blk, 2) T I Stephan, .t ul I) 91 1
14299 Tract 70 I Vincent Payola I!S I REBECCA WEEKS IU.D .PI IIII John E. 4 Blanch
143(2 Tract 79 5 Vincent Payola 41GUILFORD I!I 11130 Lot 10 R.baa W..h 112 2740) Lot II 4. 1515, 24 T I A. Cannon 114 I II
ACRES PB 159 Thomas a. 27409 Lot II 20 4 W II I/I Lot 21 Sib, frank Simons.

Robert RHuckebee. 11131 Lot Ia. 17 Sally' Nary 1322. 24. TI its. IIII 1
14312 N 70' of Lot 15 Blk A el ux )I9( WHISPERING PINES 11 .17 27521 EH 515Lot U14T. II Inc! 4 EH of 1lot Kenneth P.
lUll W. 60' of S. $12(34 La6 H.nry M David C. I). I McConkey 191!
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14412 Lot II BIN B Carolyn Whidden 47.23 Joseph Randall SH of W 2) ))' Lot 22 Ilk 22 T' Cecil ot ua 1291))

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IUU Lao 20 4 tI Ilk 8 Mayo Ir. SIN Henry Srantloy 276)0 Lot I. 1. 4 1. Blk I. T I C. E. Bell M 04 ALL
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18105 Lot II Corp II 03 Lot I elk, I IHancochred.rlcb II UI 112 17701115' of W10 Lot I. 179 Lota 10 II 4 Robert A.
11129 Lot 41 Gulf Harbor Corp 10 21 Gold Sine 979 of E: 21 I/I' La2. Ilk 29 T I ',.,. et ux 191U I
16154 Lot 7* Gulf Harbor Corp II 03 gnu Lot U elk, a T.lb.rt 306 Edward P. :
lilS Lot 10 Gulf Harbor Corp. 1021 l.mu.1 4 .ulI". 277)7 N. 171 4 Submerged Land Sib, I. T I lchonthler 1141C in business
GULF SHORES PB 110 21194 1a. 31.37 1111 1 Tt.ch 1111Dd Edward P are

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16299 Lot 11 SIN, 2 .Due et ux 2011 llt05 Lot I .t. C 1311 27731 tol5rlofn B I T I Plue' Submerged Landkhynnth.tsr 799 41
Glenn W. WIENER HEIGHTS 111 277)1 I 4 Mddl., 90 E 4 W of Lot Hew,It 4 Eur
16297 Lot 11 Blk 2 LaDua el ui 2011 Ronald W. 4hhartstlu 112 'Inc!. Blk' I T I McGill 21904
Glenn W 77741 S H E 4 W of Lot 912 Incl SIb I,, T I Mew'It S. McG, 47 20 from the ranks
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HALLENDALE PB 425 Robert w. aMlldr.d 11134 I 10' Lot 112 '"cl. "k U. T 10 Mar DerIlnc.' 10501

16490 Lot 103HOLLY M. Arnold J. R. I
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I 16619 Lot I Albert Levlne 160)6C REBUS UNIT I. C. V. .CH. UT. PI 311
16616 Lot 7 Albert Levme 22772 Lot 36 ilk A R.. I Say?... 11215Chalon 271U N. II $2' LoI U. U, 24 IIb, 2t T 10 Hodpila UI 19 15
1662) Lot 14 Albert Levlne 4)61 J. 27111 Alt List W. 1' Lot U a All Lot U 4 N.pl'
Cheater 22715 Lot II Ilk A Papa 01 .1 11364 24. Ilk U. T 10 7orr.erI '"c. 2111!
16624 Lot 19 olenger et ux I ) C. V. .CH. EST UNIT I PI 317221'1t 27991 N 10' Lot 1.1, Ilk 21. T It I Th.,... Smith, 2440

16629 Lot 20 Inert Levme 4 3 Silly' L. Elliot C, those
16630 Lot 21 I Abort Levme' 4 3 Lot It SIb' L WNlinllord. .t UI 01It 11011 N 10' Lot 1012. Sib 21. T I 13 Fisk'. 01 u. N2 5 % of
16631 Lot 22 Albert ( coma / 3 M.jo Stapkwi 21011 N 70' Lots 13 15. 116 21. T 13 Ray' Long 91'1
16632 Lot 2) Albert Lavin.3 23022 La 15th SANDER.'LT Martin ot UI 224 24CONNORS
amae Vnipee lEACH lI027 10' 0' Lot. 13 IS Ilk 29. T U WalIworS 11030
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19719 Lot II Blk Q Jot F. Brewereorgo 2J111 Lot. 37 4. II SIk, Iu' 17 942J492 lUll Lot .. IIY I Al/l.0 J. Oran 1711 ..
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Howell assistant foot
NEW YORK (AP) Willie to him that he could be the first and assistant basketball
early season attack on since Ted Williams In 1941 to hit 4a
Mays record 400. coach at Naples for two yearswlll
Roger Marts' home.run school's new varsity
and his threat to become the Mays' true nature, however, be basketball the high coach, school officials . . . . . . . . .
first In 23 years to hit .400 has came to the fore. ,
"I'm like this," he said, "If report.
the baseball fans agog.
15, 164
But none are as excited about I'm going to break a record, Howell will succeed Andy Lor. 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, May

Mays' batting feats as Willie please don't tell me. If I'm entzson, who recently announced .---.-
himself. The brilliant San Fran. thinking about doing something r his resignation effective In June..
Cisco Giant center fielder Is real bad, 1 won't do It, Someone LorenUson was varsity cage I I Baseball Roundup. I
thrilled by It all, but he Is fight. comes up to me and says, coach for eight seasons.
battle within himself to '7f you get a hit today, It will be 1
lug a You ran bet I In addition to handling his new homered in the seventh inningfor
prevent his true feelings from your 2,000th. 4 By MIKE RATHET
mentor lIow.
basketball ,
duties as 3-2
won't get the hit."run't Writer Philadelphia's victory
cropping out. Associated Press Sports
continue to assist Jerry
A wonderfully cooperative person tell me things like that. ell will look whatBobBruce over St. Louis and the New
Morris and Bill Bryan In coach. Say Hey,
Mays has to use utmost r.- Just let me go and play. Don't York Mets drubbed Milwaukee
being rude as he tell me nothing and I don't ing the Eagle football team. For dldlBruce! Cincinnati and Pittsburghwere
stralnt from
Howell also Willie hitless 124.
1 held Mays
hurled at him think about it and then I do It." the last two years
parries questions t coached the MIS "B" basketball for the first time In 21 not scheduled.
concerning his chanres of finish. Through the Giants' first 21 1w __ hltlils fourth home
a Mincher
team. the San Fran-
Ing with a .400 batting average.Or games, Mays had a batting average games, setting Thursday as
"B" team coach, down four times run In five games
his chances of bettering of .431 with It home runs. The new cisco slugger
off officials say, will be Richard and Minnesota clobbered the Chicago
Marls' 61 home runs over the No one In years gotten Thursday night
course of a 162-game season. to as fast a start. How long did K. Thomaswholsgraduatlng Mays' average 19 points to..449as White Sox, 15-7.
'I'm not saying anything, but he think he could keep that up? t1 T this spring from Luther Collegeat the Houston Colts defeatedthe Power probably is the best

not anything," Willie backed off "Amazing, ain't It?" he said Decorah, la. National League leading defensive first baseman in the
when the suggestion was made and laughed. "But it won't last. Next year's football and track Giants 43. American League. But rookie
But I'd sure like to keep It goIng coaching lineup will remain the It was the first time Mays Oliva is hittingevenbetterthan
for a little while longer. 1'n lame, with Morris piloting the expected white sluggers Allison -
Strikes Out 22 not doing anything different, but Eagle grldders for the sixth sea had been hitless since Hall and Harmon
when he was stopped by St. Jimmie
somehow the ball looks blggei son, assisted by Bryan and How their
In 7-Inninsr GameDALE coming Into the plate It always ell Bryan and Morris again will Louis' Curt Simmons In the Killebrew are producing at
does look bigger when you're jointly coach the track team. third game of the season. usual home run pace.
Ind!, (AP) Pitcher hitting." While Mays was having his Now, with Mlncher acting as
Don Kirkland of Chrlsney Hlgt' There Is another explanation Howell, 27, graduated. SchoolIn from first difficult night In almosta If he wants in on a good
22 batters I Ia In Morristown (Tenn Jllgh
out b.7
School struck Sam
Is reluctant to< thing, Twins' Manager
baseball lamewlLh although Mays 1955, and In his Senior year month, the Los Angeles Dodgers
seven Inning Thursday In .talk about It. At 33 and with I 12 was captain of the first football swept a double header from Mete finds himself with five

Oakland 10.0 City no.hitter. full seasons behind him, Wlllli team of which Morris was head the Chicago Cubs 64 In 1C power hitters for fourpos Itions.
pitching He needed a the extra strikeout opened. this season In his best coach. \Howell also participatedIn Innings and 5-0, but ace left- That doesn't leave much room

In the seventh Inning because frame of mind since his rookie T basketball and baseball In high hander Sandy Koufax again fail for Power, who conceivablycould
Saj .lIey;
the laughing )
year as Minnesota a badly
his catcher let a third strike gel school.He ed to turn In a strong per bring
kid of 20 In 1951.It e- ---
away and the batter made It to much that he' ;. S. then went to nearby Carson. formance. needed pitcher In a trade.
Isn t so 17th Ave. ,
first. Kirkland faced 23 men, smarter and more experience* A GOOD CATCH Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Emmerich, 481 while Newman College and graduated In Koufax was unable to finish The 25-year-old Mlnchei
walking one. Nobody hit a ball although that could be one of were well pleased with the two sea snook they caught this week, 1959. He played football and some for the third straight game trails Hall 9, Alison 9 and

fair against him.Northern. the underlying reasons. But, for out with Capt. Major Regis, left. The fish weighed approximately 19 basketball while In college. Ther I and was clipped for four runs Oliva 7 in home runs, but he's

the first time in years, Mays Is pounds each. Mis. Emmerich snagged the larger of the two, but ad. he spent a couple of years In the In four Innings of the opener. tied with 1 Klllebrew at six each,

Dancer playing without the weight of rutted sh had to call on her husband for help to land it. The Emmenchs Air Force. Don Drysdale, however, turn- His ,35C: batting average is second -

marital or financial troubles on moved to Naples from southern Maryland last fall. (NEWS photo) Howell Is married and has ai: ed In a brilliant effort In the only to Oliva's .414 for

Hill Rise Meet his mind.It 11-month old son, Scott. ThE nightcap for the Dodgers, win- the Twins.
Is two years since Willie' Birdie TebbettR 0 ut Of Hospitalreturn family lives at the Nightingale I Ing his fifth straight complete The first baseman has hit
Again Saturday divorce became final. lie had to Apts. Howell has been a teaches three of his last four homerswith
to the club this season with four-hlner for
12 Junior High a a
AP Birdie: but hEy game
BALTIMORE (AP) Northern borrow on his $100,000 saluyfrom BRADENTON ( ) Tebbetts spent his"first rea i at Naples Junior High, I 5.1 record. two runners on base. His
the Giants, and It took another Tebbetts, Cleveland Indian will\ move over to the senloi r
Rimer and Hill Rise, thi day out of a hospital" Thursda,: Ehewhere Richie Allen blast Thursday, one of six for
out heart school next fall. ,
year for Mays to dig To Get manager who suffered a high .
David and Goliath of horse rac Runners at his home the Twins, was good for three
financial weeks I he
from Mi morass. attack six ago says
meet l
Ing's 3.year old division, "Ive got real peace of min "feels. great" but doesn't want runs.
again Saturday In the 88th added run now," Mays said. "The way I Their Letters to speculate yet on whether he'll' City Softball ,League,! Only two other games were
of the
ring In the
feel right now, as far as my played AL Washington
Preakness at Plmllco with every Twelve members of the first
downed Baltimore 4-1 and
of mind are
health and frame
of repeat of r track team In Naples Junior
Indication a
concerned, I think I can go on I Detroit halted New York 7-3.
will receive let. State 12-9
High's history Florida
duel.Northern Darner, a might:, playing for another 10 years." ters, Coach Glen Stanley announ. Publix Wins Slugfest, ; Killebrew clouted"two homers -

mite from Canada, won the Dei for the Twins, one with
by In record: time of two min ces.Leading the list of letter-win LeagueBy two men aboard. Allison Rich
utes flat for 1 '/ miles. lie covered NHS Track Awards, ners Is speedy Wayne Hartford, Rollins and bib Versalles also

onds.the last quarter In 24 sec, Set For May 25th; who three scored meets.43V4 Bill points Spencer In only was Lakeland THE ASSOCIATED continued Us, assault PRESS Stone Team Still Undefeated Sox.connected against the White

Hill Rise, the California: 18 To Get Letters second high polnUgetterwlthZl'/t., for first place In the Florida' and live hits in the last two Rollins wound up driving In
under tl e Also awards were Car. State League Thursday night by of them bj
owned flash, also was winning four home runs, two five runs, three on his fifth
old Derby record and ran the Eighteen letterwlnnlng members ; ter Bryan, Jim Slelnback, Steve clobbering league leading Fort STANDINGSW J.D. Askew. In the third Inn- innings.Art .
L homer and two on a double.
final one.quarter mile In 23 2,! of Naples High School'track Steele, Mark Finger, Ricky Spl. Lauderdale 10.0.It Askew hit his first homer) Schultheis doubled home
seconds but lost the decision b]y team will be presente,IJ i cer, George Frye, John Dahlin, was La k e 1 a n d'isevenit L i Stone 8 0 big the left-field fence with two runs for the Builders In Minnesota now has slammed
a neck. their awards at the May 23 sthoc I Nick Pedro, Bennie Roome, andy straight victory, giving them I i Publix 4 4 over base. In the first inning off losing pitcher 51 homers In 26 games,
Four other sharply tralne d honors day, Keith Orschelli record of 15 wins against nln.' Tropics 3 5 Charles Barley on : Jim Wolf. Tommy Ben- a rate that would give the
thoroughbreds The Stound I. Coaches Bill Bryan and Jen losses Fort Lauderdale Is 18.8. Stahlman l' the next Inning, Askew's clout net singled in a run In the Twins a major league recordof
Brother Quadrangl l' Morris report that 12 boys, wh o In other FSL games, Sara over the fence In left-center 318 at the end of the' sea
ret, Roman and Rex Btorter,, third-and-another scored on
Eric Steele '
'I that
and Big Pete. will o\llwlse th" prevlnusly have won thclrlettPi Phis- will to Gene''MossSteve feola1 beat Daytona Beach 803:[ Publix Market scored ,nine r ; brought in three runs ball. Singles by Ben- son. The New York Yankees
In the 131 6 in other spin ts.wlll he given pin;I. go Orlando edged St. Petersburg 2 made the score 8-2 a passed
fearsome twosome last hold the record of 240.
crowds.d fix trackmen will\ be given tliel r Clark, Walter Ritchie,, 1 In 11 Innings, and Tampa oul\ runs In the fifth Inning nett and Swiss, plus three errors -
n>lle rate; before a Lamartlne Jackie Kline,, with i ar led off the fourtli I
of 30,000 and a nations II first varsity letter. Bruce lasted Miami 4.3 In 12 Innlnj. night and came away RoUle Rice allowed Stone three fifth- players by
'television house audle l"e, The six are Rodney Earnshav t, Wally Fredrtckson, Bob Koch,; Lakeland's Ron Chandl 12-9 triumph over Tropics with a homer over the right- inning runs that wrapped up the the Detroit Tiers are with other
Post time Is 4:43 p.m. ESI r, who led the team by ccorlr II Dilly Bryan, John Bass, Lei I struck out 10, scattered six hand s Drive Inn In men's Softball center fence, and In the sixtl 1' decision. Swiss struck out major league teems Ten ere in
with television and radio, CK;, 63 points In six meets; Tom Deri II. Treadwell, Alan Foster, am walked only one Yank& league play. Barley hit a four-bagger dow I eight and walked nobody as he the American League, seven' in

scheduled for 4:30.G p.m. ard, Randy Harris, Paul FeUcI II, Richard Woodruff. _batter. Aiding at the plate"> Stone Builders moved closet the left-field line Buddy Askew '; pitched the
Chandler drove In two runs wltl h 1 to the first-half title by beat and Rice each had three distance.'r

. 0 . . 0 . . 0o a triple. Mike Ferraro Lauderdale.hit tw o' Ing Stahlman Property Main hits for Tropics. The game -----'
0 for Fort
singles tenance 9-4, In last night'ssecond was the last for Buddy Askew
e' Earasota's Joe Cherry hit phomers o game. Stone Is four for a while, since he goes Into

Now! : Straw added and a teammate third In the Ma 5u v n games ahead of Publix with) the Army for two years Sunday ?1'

Reserve Space Sox attack Not to be outdonE., only four to play In the firs ,

Beach leftflelder TOI11 I. half.
t Daytona ball
my VandIver hit a homer fo,r Publix hopes to bring Stone'sunbelten ; Ed Swiss threw
the Islanders In the fourth. string to an end when for five Innings, during which
0 Tampa's Steve Reed single d 1 I the two teams tangle at ':30> Stone mounted a'-0 lead. Stahl- g

IN THE TWO : home Sam Thompson In the 121! .h Tuesday at Gambler Park. The man got to Swiss for four runs c- *

: for that victory. ten Fare 10' 9:15 nightcap matches Stahlmar ,
t homered for Miami In the rlfll and 4
| Tropics.
0 Orlando defeated St. Pete, \ Trailing by an 8.2 score IfIe BaseballStandings /1
t burg In the 11th as Nick Augi 51
Tt ter four Innings, Publix pounced -
home Nat llarty.
singled Buddy ti 1 a.ie w
Saints took a 1.0 lead In the amid 'c. on Tropics pitcher -
WELCOMENOBLES only to see Orlando tie It t Askew for six hits In the big)
: In the seventh with a lead,ff' fifth frame. Also helping Pub-
homer by Jeff Talbott. llx were three walks and three
errors. The rally By
W. L. Pct. G.i I.
Ft. Lauder. 18 8 .692 -. singles by Van Weeks Mike American LeagueW.
Lakeland 15 9 623 2 Rans, Lamar Adams, two sin L. Pct. G.B.
David Pease, and >I I Chicago 13 8 .619 --
16 10 .615 2 gles by
Daytona L'
i St Pete. 14 12 .538 4 double by winning pitcher Re: Cleveland 14 9 .609 -

Sarasota 12 12 .500 5 PoUy.lz New York 13 9 .591 1/2
Tampa 10 15 .400 '71 Va! Baltimore 14 11 .560 1 ,
Miami 8 17 .320 91 i ERROR HURTS Minnesota 14 12 .538 11/2

Orlando 7 17 .292 10 Polly's double chased 1r I Detroit 11 13 .458 31/2

Thursday's Results i two runs that tied the score at Los Angeles 12 IS .444 4
Orlando\: 2, St. Petersburg 1 (11 8-8, and a moment later ai I Washington 13 17 .438 41 '2

Innings) error let In two runners t() Boston 10 15 .400 5
d Sarasota 8, Daytona Beach 3 break the deadlock. Week\ I Kansas City 10 15 .400 5Thursday's
Lakeland 10, Fort Lauderdale I 0 I
t Tampa 4, Miami 3 ((12 Inning:s)i doubled In a sixth-Inning rui I
Friday's GamesSt. forgood measure.Glenn Roome I Results
oo / Petersburg at Orlando homered for Publix In the, Detroit 7, New York 3

Sarasota; at Daytona Beach fourth. Minnesota IS, Chicago ONE OF THE BIGGE ST: SNOOK reported this

Fort Lauderdale at Lakeland Tropics lost despite hitting: Washington 4, Baltimore 1 season is this 28 pound er landed by Anton Swen-

Miami at Tampa Only games scheduled lion 2777 Lake View D r., East Naples. Measuringok

1 Today's Games 371. inches long it to Swenson 20 minutes to
Kansas City at New York, N ;*
land him using 30-poui id test line. It was caught
PLAY BETTER GOLF I Minnesota at Boston N off the bridge on the Gi)rdon River at Boat Haven.
0 : Los Angeles at Baltimore, 2 McGrath photo)

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0 Chicago at Washington. N ilmr-w.nu:
Cleveland at Detroit, N

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: \ arranged and ii-i"rki;*!j to dose together San Franco 18 9 .B4t .. JtIU-.I1.t11. I

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fleers the Senate had

GOP Try To Open Baker in outside business dealings that the V mains resolution m

conflicted with their official dUe Thursd 's wild uproar Mans 17 Escape Injury

ties or that involved other 1m.proprletle. field .1 i cused Republicans of

.. "thlnlj. dIed Innuendoes" and When Bus Driver

: Quiz Shakes Up Senate Baker pursued lucrative bust said u they had any specific Has Heart Attack

\\ ness ventures while on the Sen. charges to make against any of

BuY 10 s ate pa)'roll. When called ss a their uileagues/ they should sub MAR1LLA, N.Y. (AP)-6even.tven .

I WASHINGTON (LAP) A Re. plres at the: end ol this month. witness he refuted to answer mlt them to the rule commit. kindergarten chUdren escaped

pulilU'an move d. nopen! and All 4: sites for tabling the questions, Invoking the protec. tee "Put up or shut up," he injury Thursday when a

expand the BolliBaker inves. resolution nere cast by Demo. lion against possible self.lncrlm. said heiledly. school bus swerved off the road

RENrb tlgallon threw the Senate into cratlc senator Voting against inatlon provided by the 5th In voice breaking with emo. after the driver died of a heart

turmoil before it was defeatedb the tabling motion were 24 Republicans Amendment to the Constitution tlon, Case protested that Mans. attack

) a 42.33 vote. and 1 Democrats.The : Williams Introduced his reso. field had Imputed conduct un. Police said the bus crossed i

The short snappy election. committee's Investigation, lutlon to extend and expand the becoming to a senator to him, ditch Into a fIeld. The driver

I year set-to Thursda) was one of in whlih President Johnson's probe after Case went before In viol tilc.n of the rules, and de.mandfd was Alton Fix, 60, of Alden.

the moM tumultuous the Senate name figured, was launched aft. the committee Tuesday and that he be recognized The children pupils at Town.

I had seen in many a da>', er Baker had resigned under urged It to ask each senator on a point of personal privilege. line elementary school near this

The highlight was a shouting fire last Oct. 7 from his $19,600.a about any financial dealings Case kept shouting for recog. Erie County village, were examined

Midway 2.2107 match between Democratic .>ear post as secretary to the they may have had with Baker; tilt Ion Kennedy told him to take by a physician

Leader Mike Mansfield of Mon. Senate's Democratic majority.The and any campaign contributions his seat and after consulting the None was injured, but several

tana and Sen. Clifford P. Case. Senate directed the com.mlttee Baker may have helped them Senate parliamentarian ruled were "shaken up a bit," said

R.N.J, with freshman Sen. Ed tll find out whether gel. that the clerk should call the Dr. Wilson R. Conrad, the

ward M. Kenned, D.MASS., Baker ,'T other emplojes or of. In leading the fight against1 roll Jlrhoolsupt'rlntendent.

caught in the middle as the

Announcements ,40-Autos Repairs Parts 65-Gen. Real l Estate temporary presiding officer PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE
It was on Mansfield's motion

PlAZA WATERfRONT Mol.I. 4 inits, that the Senate voted to table .
BEAUTY SALON plus I b.droom I.b.lh 110m. LEGAL NOTICE, Lirtteni Lib lection. Port It.,.. _

1121 E. Tamlaml Trill I LOOK HEREI I elI CO"pl.llly tarnished. Mabaan and thus kill a resolution to Not ce la hereby given that on the 21th day of Mey "M. at I' 30 p mt put Soak i, Page_ISO _
Midway 2 6723BoatiMotors 'pponl".nl, to 505 this, prop'erty bring members of the Senate the City Hell In the City of Neplea County of Collier, State
tod.y.COMMERCIAL. speclficall) within the scope ol Ta, Sale Cert::licatoa will, be sold on the following deacnbed o'j, : "III.m, 0.Let .
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Acces. With your car problems lot 100 x ISO the Baker probe and to broaden the aama. tofither with, all COlt of such aile and adverting.
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of Collier County Florid. hippolntod Lots 7. I 4. f. Blk 14. T,. t .__ _ Miriam Q Rutter 124 I)

Middle aged sun g rl, toy part, REALTYCorner ( the following' Precinct Of Lot I. Naples. Terrace __.___ Leon A. Epatem T,. 1217
tm. work Apply ,n p.roo.t 44-Mobile Homes flclall for the Second Mey Primer E H Lot 14 4 All Lot II Ilk 10 T,. I John W. Bauer ._ 71 40

Liggett' Ranall Naplaa Shopping of lat Ave Uo 4Tamiimi EI.cliOn to be held on Tueaday Ma Lot .. Naples. Tonics '__ h ___ Leon A. Eptteln. Tr. 1217
Center. 111.1' Trailer with, Cabana and ,. Trail ts. I9M from 700AM: to 1:00: P.M William 4
pert for rent or tile N,ce u lo I Ml I 24351 4 thota to count the votea to begli Lea: 4. S 4 I. Blk II, T,. S ____ Marilyn' Berry III 70 Lot 7. Naplet. Terrace _. ___._ ___ ____ Leon A. Eptteln. T,. 1217
cat on. Ml 24155 12792. et 1:00: Clock M
14-Help Wonted Male l lWanted 32 7,It or l 1171 Jewel Soc Avenue, Waterfront PRECINCT NO '1 EVERGLADE) Lets 10, II 12. Blk II. T,. 1 __ _. John Fortune III 71 Lot I. Naples. Terrace .____ Leon A. Epatem. T,. 12IILakewe
......11. central, heat and PLACE: Evergledea City, Hill
Male for ahort order. Rent or tele: trailer, lot fully air. 1 bdrma 2 bathe, porch (Old Courthoutel' N 130' 01 W. at 20' Lot 3 S of Lot 4. Harliy T, Wln..t. "d Park, Flat, Book .. Page 41r

diahwether. Apply In pertonLiggett month furnthed,Loss than SOS tl dn.100. .135 Midway a. garage. 111.(50. Moving multlell To Hold The Election: Bib. I. 'Ir 4 _.. _'_ ____ .1 u. .' ____ 3300Lots ..... ..
Renal). Naples Shopping' Allc Hill' Clerk
Center b/IStt 2SMt SIIUf Alice C. He. Inipector I. S. 4 7. Blk 10 T,. 4 ___ M D M.(.. 71 SIt one Florence June F.M..rt.nd

Pert time mm to work In thevinine 45-Trailer For Rent 2 1(51 balks.Mandarin central.Rd heat, 2 and bdrm air,. Leafy Maude Mao M. Zgman Thompeon.Inapector Inspector 70' Lola 10. 11 4 il Ilk. 22 T,. 4 __ Thomas L. Pace 4140 Lot CS 81k. I. Labseooi Park _.__ Tayier .1 .1 41.JI
j pol'ihing gnd buffing porch carport. Aiiume mortgage Count The Vote
To Cequiee I.nlll Unit I. Plot, Seek J.
Donald E.
Milter Plating C< Ml, 3RJI No closing cot, II.100 00 A. Divldton Clerk
Gen All Lot S i E 21 2/3 Lot I Blk 21 T,. I Blankenahip.. II 01 Faq. 215. U
Trailer II a week. with, TV dn. (11400. Moving. mutt Bill. Lewis S. Bellard .,.. 'Inspector .
liD a week Space IS week
16-Help viable Rock Creek Trailer Park Homer Q Weiabecker. InapectorPeul S 1ft Lslsl I. 2.355. lb 0' E.Il/3' Lot Robert J. Lot t1. Coquln Sands Unit .1 Chester A. O.kl.y 3510C."u
4/2ltf lIS Slh It No I bd,,,,".. I E. L.... I InapectorPRECINCT 4, Ilk 13, T,. I _________ Stephan .1 u. __ 3t II
ball fireplace, carport geodinnsslment NO t n. Sands Unt I. .1.1 Soak 3.
Enparenced tecrelery will' III $12,150. ISLE OF CAPRI Lots .II. ZO S W. U III' Lot II SIb' 24, 'ron" Simons. Papas 55 S no _ _
In while, your tecratary la on 4H 14th Ave So Aqualena. I PLACE L. L, Leach Offlc T,. I .. _____ 1u.. .. .. ____ 2151F.
vacetlon Available In June 48-Apts. For Rent To Hold The EI.cllon 4
bdrma I bathe. central heat 4 ,..
Ml 23272 J/14jt_ air, ....... waterfront. Ill MO. Count The Vote 1ft Loti 14. IS, S II S E. 1ft 0' .. 4' K.nn.h P.of Lol I. alh, D. Coqutno Sands Unit .2 __ _. :..:.I.I u. 7.01D.tI.y
t. CI.rbDorslhy '
i' Y''f CUT GRASS PHONEMld..y Sabal Shores Apta June Cuppa Lot 13, Blk. U. T,. I _ __ McConk.y..t u. St.!?
2)910 971 llth It. No. I bdrma. J. Schloti" Inspector

1/15.17.11 YEAR ROUND LIVING 1 baths. large porch war heat Helen' M Kelley Inipector E 1ft 0' '. 4' Lot U S E. 1ft 0' Lots 14 I' Q. E. Carroll Lot U. III" 0. Coquin. Sands Urns .1 _._ ,
Modern one bedroom and offciency and air. 117500 1100.00 dn PRECINCT NO 1 GOODLANO Incl.. 54k.' 24. Tr. I ___ Trustee __ 117Z Itlcksit u. 13.7
Apta, furmihad TV HIS.00 mo with tai and InS. PLACE: Tur Lu Shelter
23-Mist. For SaleUsed cable In. Monthly or year ,HA. No closing cott. To Hold The Election 4 N 75' of loll I. t 5 3 S N. 71' 0' E. 15' fred V. S Cynthia Lot II. Dlk. Q. Cequina Sends Unit .2 Jon Rober'O'Conn.1I W. U
round Ml S 4455. Kelly "'. end Count Th. Vote 01 Lot 4. Blk. 10, T,. 7 __. B. Coop.r ___ 2121 n
golf Clubs. top ,rece Ave |/ 1270 hIts St No.. 1 bd,,,, Lulu M. Dlckeraon Clark .
d''i::: vary ;_ __ 3jtI !! Th. Ms.rtng Unit 2, ,.t Seek I.
reasonable Cell, 4747 2 bath, 1.,500| 00 dn. MOVE "Irene Lecher. InapactorMarie Frod V. S Cynlttla F,.. 83 5 :
IIIU7.Z1.10.Z1 I bdrm furnished apta Near RIGHT IN No qualifying' B. Ludlow, 'Inapactor Lots 2022 Incl. SIb II T,. 7 _ B. Cooper 3391
beech and ahopping Weekly 1107.W month with tax and In*. SItu C. Ludlow. Inipector
monthly' or year Mid PRECINCT NO 4 MARCO Herbert T. Jr. S
24-Mics. For Rent way 2 3041 'ound'3/ .tf Lot 25 Block' S. Royal' Harbor PLACE: G4G Mercantile' Lot I 4 E. IS 2/3' of Lot I Ilk 12 T,. I Anderaon __ ___ II It Lot 37. III" Q. Moortns. Unit a : rnO.: Sarkley II 77

Owner large furmahed, efficiency overlooking, bay laawell. Coat To Hold The Election 4.
SORRY SAL la now I marry Air cond Stonocreft II.500. sacrifice 169 0. Count The VeIn E.: 10' of Lot IS All Lot It S #0. IIZI" ItotyalHarbor. Unit I. Flat SeebLFasi II

sal., She used Clue LustrIu$ Apia Ml' 24155 or MI t.1791. Lot 14 17th T. Kelly Gantt Clerk 01 Lot 10. SIb 22. T,. S Robert Hoover 1 41 70
end upholstery cleaner. Rent ;; nf.v'Ol':", Aqua: : E:. P Weyrough Inspector Chiaf, P.nlia..
electric ahampooer tl. Napla Modern I bedroom unfurnnh .lino, '. 17500acriflc Owen Bower InipectorHorece S 75 of W. 10 of Lot I t S 71 of Loll Lot I. Dlk. I. Royal' Harbor Unit I __. __ Molars. Inc, II."
Furniture Co. ed APARTMENT with com 14250 E. Brown Inspector 10 II 4 S. 75 of E. U ""' of Lot 12. BlkIS Robert A.
plots k'lch.n. Hoar beach ..ndIhoppn. Lot PRECINCT NO I Tr. S ., ____. Peleraon. et u. '7 II Lot 01. Slh 4. Royal I H.bo Unll I Ludwig. N.chm.n 05.71yaI .
.. 395 ,th Av*. So. MlIO 33 Banyan Blvd' High lot NAPLES SOUTH

26PersonalALCOHOLICS -1.3JI3. 4/21.51- $5950 overlooking Quit Sacrifice, et PLACE: Naplea Flrehoute. Md, 60 Lot 112 Incl Ilk, 13 T,. 10 __ Here I. Names _. 17(1S !!! ltark.r Unit t. .I.t ...k I. Faqe Sa_

no 1100"'urn To Hold The Election 4
ANONYMOUS I bdrm apta Elfician, VINCE CONBOY Count The Volet SO' Lola t.12 Incl Bib. 13, Tr 10 __ Mar Dar Inc. IS II Gilbert MLit

Man or women wi'h drinkingprobisme ciea TV, Air" Cond 745 4515Av..So.M12.e512. lit. IIh Av. ., ...ayNotice Elsie. Abbott Clerk : U. IIlk 10. Royal Harbor Unit I ____ Huitt.n .1 u. 105.71
l/ttf Amy W. Prideaux. ImpederCsrwin S 30 I' of W. 20' of Lot I 4 S. 101 of
: Ask fo, help by calling PII. Ml I 25145 A. Waite, Inspector Loll 10 4 II 4. E. Ill/I1 of Lot 12. .''k. Bartlay L. Oyster Say Unit I. Flat, Seek 4, Page !

welcomed Ml I 4351 Meetings Vnitor in cordially FiritBaptiat Efficienciei, Day Week. or I Alice Brumfield, 'Inipector 21 T'.IO| .__ ___ _-_.. _ Hicka et u. __ 12147U .! ..

Church Anne on Ith Month, (IRIS MOTEL) Ml Mildred, Wetherlll. Inspector E,nll"n. H. "lub.,11

St Fri at ,7th Ave every Tuea end 22302 or Ml 21155 'I To I! NAPLES PRECINCT CENTRAL NO I N 'V 'j* lota l' St".14.. Oik' *.21.1, Tf.10 __ :Kulchiaon -...., __. 41 U Let I __ ,. ,-. _-,.. ...,.,-- Tlmmons _.!i" 45,55.
nighlatl3OPM 2 bedroom el, '
furnished .
No ency 1, PLACEi Mattnxttet Church 'I, S Aadr.yS. Let I' Thom,. 6.. Face dOt'LoS
RUBBER STAMPS that make apt pet or children Ml To Hold The Election 4 Raymond
a good Impreuion, Any.".. 2 3317 or Ml I 2-59194/ltf Count Th. Votea 10' 0' Lots II. I' S II Ilk, It, Tr. II Harris. J' 71 tz 10 .. TII.al I.. Paco 43

One.diy service, Collier County Furnished. for ,.nt.1 T"jj; PoliticalCandidates Thomas S. Campen Clerk -
Newa .pl. N. 10 Of Lot II. 14 4 IS. Blk, 2>. T,. II Ray Long ___ SO ?'
If Law ,
week Inquire .1 1405 CroonS rend Pye InapectorEleenor ?.lLLnit! .. Flat SasS I. FegeJ_ .
Rd. 4/ZI.If Gam Inspector

33-Services Offered Furnished I bedroom .p..l. Adolph Boulah W.L. .... I Inspector Aquiline Shorea Unit 4, Plat Book I. Pege 2 Lot 21 ____ Poler LI.b, ., u.Oy.I. 3b0fBO7
Salabury Inspector
mont. Huge 'living room, k,tchon .
Summer ind bath Ml 23(91 I/lS.tI CHOKOLOSKEE PRECINCT NO 7 Clair W Unit I. Plot Seek 4. Fao..SI.,

HouraMonday All$ political advertlsempnU Lot 2S Blk I, Aqualana' Shone __ Iotll' .t u. ___ OS II
PLACE Smallwood Store
through Friday : LOI..II _ _ _ Leal.e Co "oblcon 44 17
100 to I' 30 PM To Hold The Election 4
49 Houses For RentI for Sunday's NEts be
Closed must Count The Vote Aqualano Shore, Unit S FIat Book t.P .
Saturday I 1:00 P M .l. 2. QeldonSk.re" Flat. SeeS .. Faqe OS
Vic Shoe Repair In the niwipaper office by Kathleen McKmney Clerk
5/10.10138Autos 'bel,,,,. furn dream houae Roae M.. Brown Inspector
bach room has glees sliding Friday, not later than 4 p.m. Eitallo Brown. Inspector Lot I. Sib' II. Aqualana' Shores Stanley C. Downing, 4710 Lot 12 Th.d ,. Wok 113

door feeding, to lerge acreaned For weekday publication *dvfrtiilnir < Erie Oemere. 'Inapector
For Sale porch Lovely' bath with, aunken PRECINCT NO 0 COPELAND Earl '. S Theodosla Lot II ._ ___ Th.d ,. Wok 2003Konneth
tile tub. N sarno.. Sea Gilo copy muit b* placedby PLACE:: Lee Cyp,... Offic, Lot I, Blk II. Aqualana' Shore e. Hoot __ 4114
I School Ml 2 111!. 4/ll.1f 4 p.m. the day prior to To Hold iSo Election 4 P
1912 Chevrolet 2 door leden Count The VoteaJettle C. E. a Lsra Lol 17 ... McConhoy .1 u. U 71
Automatic' t.n.m'.lOn.' VI GOING ON VACATION" insertion. Thw li an absolute M. Brown. Clark, Lot 2, Blk II, Aqualana' Shore ___ M. McSride __ 4114C.
motor. Heater end good tireaEiceptionelly deadline and I it is centrally\ Louise. E. Forehand Inspector
clean maide. lowmileage .
I ALL ELECTRIC KITCH to the advantage of the ad' Lmme Dell Smith InapectorDaniel Lot 3 Sib 13 Short M. McUrido __ 4114
md one owner Car In EN. AVAILABLE .Y WEEK H. Forehand Inspector Aquelana o.bo M .oothby __ I II 31
aicollent condition Price 11500 ertner to plan* the Ad ai PRECINCT NO _ _
OR MONTH 'IN NORTH CARO I OCHOPEE Miriam r.I Ruttor ._ ____ 14 10
4. Blk ___ R. Edwin 4174
Lot 13 Aquelana' Shore Brady
Telephone Midway 2 COOl or LINA 3700 FT ELEVATION. early ag possible to that full PLACE, South Side U. 41. Appro: John W. Sasor ___ __ II 44
2 3130 or I UU. "''S 17 400 feet Weil of Post Off, William W. __ S 54
CALL MI 2 III. ?. S/IOtf. attention can be riven to each c* ELgene '. S v.lyn Ssrry -- ---- --
1954 Oldimob Super II 2 drAutomet T* Hold The Election 4 __ JoIst Furtuna .=: .- 2201Gladys
1 bdrm Lot I. Blk' 13 Aqualana Shore _. __ A. lhem.s 4114
houae furnnhed Call
,c. red,o. heater Practically arlvertnement. Count Th. VotasMrs. P Clft, __________ ..1 ItArch's
new life, time, Ml 2 3191 after I: II pm. Ralph H. Brown. Clerk 3. McDermld I 2341U
Goodyear It is law
a state advertising C. E.: S Lira -
guarantee tires" Mechanically 3131.11 that all\ advertising Mary E, House InipectorHarriett Lot I. B'k. 13 Aquelana Shore ___ M. Mc.rod. __ It74 D. Mao. = =====.:.:..===:: I 32
lound Ml 13411 1111.11 RENTALS political Jean Call. Inapector "o.nco M Nichols, II 90benskl

'1962 be paid In advance unlng- the Mildred" L. Brown Inipector C. E:. 4 Lura E. Ilanbenshlp It u. ____, 001Jesoph
H. Power Thuod.rbirdHardtop...'ndO.... ...... R Factory 2 bedroom furnnhed. home triplicate check forms ai au- PRECINCT NO 10- Lot 7. Dlk 13 Aquiline Shore -.,____ __ M McBr de ____ 4174RldgeLok II, Donov.n. .t u. __ _ .211
Near Sea Gat School (100 00 NAPLES NORTH Robert J. ttapfsan .t u. __ _ _ _ 320Prank0Akors
air cond lion,ng Low mileage thorited under Florida itatutei PLACE: Church of Christ **, Plet Ss.k3Pa. 21 ___. 1152
Ml 24104 after I PM. 2 bedroom fun..h.d. T* Hold The Election 4 H.b..t J Senta. ot u. _ _ 119
.42I.HH nice, 1000 Special positionIng Count The Votee K.nn.t" P. McConhy _. ._ _ I ISG.
T.IIRD. All power teatbelli Adi will not be gold and all Gudrun Hoffman Clerk Watson R. S ',.nc.. I. Carroll Tu.. _.__ 1542
LolC. Blk _.__ A. 1.1... II U
4. Loio
2 top. new tire* RiHTonneau 2 bedroom unlun.hed apt Adi will be iri\en the Mm Merione V. Cempeau Intapclor Rdge C. 104 4 Miriam Ch.sser ._ _, loa
cover Going North love ind rif 17 50 Clayton E. B,gg. Inspector Rob.rt Uoevsr __._ ._ _ 202
mUll lacrfce ED I 1935 or careful attention. Francis, D Martin Inspector Lak .Manor.!!. Plat Book 4. Page 21- Robert A. Peterson ___ _ 051HewOl
WE I 3997. Ft Myer 1/12.15 WE NEED RENTAL LISTINGS Lucille R. Kernell Inspector S Fire McGill .. 004MarDar
PRECINCT NO II Let 17 Ink Manor tubJivielon' __.. William I. Jones 17IIRtplat Ins. __. _._____ II ISHinry
IN EVERY WAY PLACE: Ollco, 01 Justici 0' Poag Part of Naples, Plat, Book I. Edgar :. It is : II

EVERY DAY Where Cuitomeri Send Their PUBLIC NOTICE To Hold TI,. Election: S Page 11 ,Rudolph" Sonnenb.rg __, ___ II 41
f,lOndl" Count lIsa Votes Philip' Olitolfi IIIJ.
You r* **fer If you aunt North Trait' Ml 2 1155 V.. C McCIaIIand Clerk l/ll Intereat In N. 100 .''k. I IS T,. I IRaplet E. B.nnisn: .. w. _-_-: -_ _-. : 03t
.__ __ M,rt, Scott 1311
Part T,. I *
n.d Car from R Combs
Used .t
Murphy .
your our NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Mary Jump Inspector Jb. u. In
lock of top qual ty Spic and NAME LAW Rathe Fowler. Inspector John : _-=-. .
Span guaranteed Uied Carl 51-Wanted To Rent TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Lou.... Brown InapectorCornelia Lake. Replet,...Flat..Boak 2, Page. 71- J.wSO -. _,_- ISORaymond
Coma In and soc for Av/.u..II. Notice .la hereby ,ven that the T. McDonald, Inspector Harris. Tr. ===- : 827Ra
12 Chav Set A.re VI g PRECINCT NO 11- Lei: I & I. Blk 0. Lake Replat .__ Lyli It. Vale 20117Lakevloxr Len. __. ?7Walla
und''ln.d to th Fie -
PS. R4H I owner 1195 00 Elderly furn couple home mistS t* laeiemodern litmus Name pursuant Statute: *Section EAST N.&PLES. SOUTH DeiChI" Temlins.e; ::. __ _ _ : =- = 35

Ambiiiidor Wagon .w,th,n Naples city I timilts or duple Phone 1(509. Law of Florida' 1941.. will PLACE A..orcon L.'on' Hall ,= !. -Terrace Plat Beak. 2. Page M_ William, I. S Helm M NarIta, _' ___ 003
tact air PS PB Dick Richardson, MI 2 SMI rag,alar with the Cl RIH IS9SMII S/l2tf Court in and for Coll,., County. Count The Votes L. 37 5 E. 6' Lo U. 8''''. A Lab.view. Ed.d J S. Harlt.i, S y E. Tomlinson 35Herbare
Old 4 dr. AT PSPB __ 3070Lab. :. : .r= __ :=== : : 1?
Florid. up send" pt of proof of the Mary P. Kline. Clerk To".c. ____ h___ .__ Victoria Moron Halt Jr., .
R4H letS NII WANT TO RENT publication of this notice the f,cttoul J.n. J.nkn. Inp.cIO Lyta R. Vales. __' ______ .7.
Rambler American' name. to W,t' PIONEER Halt D Adkmt Intpector Raymond 0 N.ors. .0 u. ___ 311D.n.1
waeon AT Fact air" 119S.00 2 or 3 bedroom. furnished orunfurnlihed GROVES under which wsunion. Mrs C J. Copley Inspector Forest.. ._ P1.5 leek I, Pagi! ..90 ". Mass.y .t u. ___ .17Hlton
H Rambler Super on Bonita, Beach gaged in bunneie We engaged W A Edwards. Inspector L. Dosiels" _____ I 35Jawe
aid, air I9S 00 for montha of June July and are ,._ 17Joh.
m but neia on the N H of Section PRECINCT NO 11- Raymond O I. Howell ot u. _._
M Buck L* Sabre 2 dr. August Wr te particulars and II Township 41 South Range 21 NORTH NAPLES Lot 2) SIb A. Late Foroit __ . M..t u> __ 43II .. A V..ovor Alaskan Apts ) 3Z 30Uelil
HDTP PS. PB AT 149500SO price to Naolea P O. Sac *<<7. Ellt in Collier, Count/ Florida PLACE North Naplet Flrehouae Naple. Ini, ____._ Cl IIWilliam
Lincoln 4 dr. HOTP That the parties intereited in laidbuanati To Hold The Election 4 Hilton Lee 0 Trasy .._ ____ .. 3511Ftor.nco
Comp equ'p w fact air 55-Stores e Office are aa followaGrowera Count The Vote L*: 7. Oik 0. Lake Form .. D.nlOl..I ui ____ 4011 P. .11.41 S Jans M. Taylor 174
I owner. above evg 17t1 00 Serv Lou,.. Sacht Clerk Ruth D Ring, ___ II 12
50 Dodge Pioneer, Wagon P. 0. Box litarb.ting 1041 'ca Inc Gertrude Oa,alar. Inspector Donald' E. Warren e. Dahlin It "o __ __ _ _ _. S U
VI AT. PS R 4 H 109500 Off,ca No t ma story Batch Liasburg. Florida '" Inl..t Mertics J Snell Inspector Let 21 DIN C. Lake '.'lIt __ Hencon et u. 1411 Samuel Tech It u. __ I U
51 Crown 'Imperial. I 4 dr. Osolding III SO per Mo. 1170 3rd Edwards Pacbing, Leila C Greene IntpectorCierence Geor. Lowe. __ _---. II SoSartlef
HO TP e cel. cond St So Watkma 4 Barkau 103 3220 Now Tampa .h..y F lie III'. Inipector Frank_ SubdlMelenPlelBeeklPa. .! _ .* II NIcks. It u. __ 11J.m.
I 1595 NII Its Ava MI 28141
owner L.k.l.nll Florida Ii ,direst PRECINCT NO 14- .. 'R" Adams .-.. III
Pont'., Conv 5AT. 4/11.1' Apr. 24 May I. II .1964 :..2J EAIT NAPLES NORTH Let 1. Oik A. Frank Ibja'yllion .. Frank F, Hamer 114Seaboard O.oon Dioaburg., ot ao .-. __ .- II 20
PS PB 109SOOM PLACE Fist Naplet ..pt'st Churl Herbart "...d.'v.n. ot u. -'_ 052
Ford Cuatomhno 2 dr. Paul O Mason, Clerk Replat.' Plat Book I, Page H Walter O. W.lc". It u. -.___.._._ ___ lIt
57-Houses For Sole TO .. .. .. :_
R" H. stick 49)00 NOTICE 0' INTENTION Laura Huff Mason InaepctorNermen Gilbert M HuItsn 00 u. SOS
54 Plymouth Savoy 2 dr. REGISTER FICTITIOUS, NAME D.lpitia. IIIlh, WII'I.h __ 250Vir
wagon VI tick SOS 00 MOORINGS' OCLIOHTThree Th. unaor..ned, does h..y Ci, Jonbins.T A.n.n.'InapectorLee InipectorGrace N lie of w. W of E. 3M "". 31 T,. 7. John A. 4 Joe 1 C. Rose, at 0 lot

54 Plymouth 4 drR4H bedrooma 2 bath can tflth.1 .we ere conducing e RESTAURANT M..k. Inspector Seaboard Replet __ ____ Ann Vanover MiSt Witbasn' H Sacbheenas. III, ot.. _____ = 041Divid
atick 49500 tral heat and air cond,t,omng business at North Na PRECINCT NO IS T. Stone ___ ___ I 23P'orenc.
Incl SN
54 Cadillac 4 dr. AT Carpeting throughout o copt 2 pie' *. Fiord under the fictitious NAPLES PARK Lol 11 21 ofLuOlSLotslItO 5. Moo' -_ __ _____ ..41
.... PB P **ata. bedrooma Complete bitcti.elts. name of BIG WHEEL and that PLACE Faber Huirs Office mcl t IS vac N..5 Allay Ill' II TrI Sill A.,,., __ ___ __ ___ ._ 204
fact air 74S 00 eluding disposal and ehwaeh. lId firm .la competed of the lot To Hold The EI.cton, Seaeoird Maplal Motel Nipli log .I.30145 Jolts M RI.y .._ __ ____I 3 IIOon.14I
er, NCI ecreened porch ......edd'v..y. liming .. nswhssiea wes and __ __ .__ _
Mere Cole ClerkMae F Mar"n __ 1237TANQI5LE
follow Loll I DUinel, Blk 22 T,. II __ Jimmie O bb* __ HIM
aodded lawn land Pt.c.sstres d.nu. ere a* O Davis. Inspector
WOOD CHRYSLER ecaped Phone Ml 24104 after Rotmar E Ih.ff.ld : .UIIN", FCRONALA
Ante M Boyd Inspector tho S II of in
From point on prat'o e
PLYMOUTH, INC. I PM 4/29It J.North....* W Napiai Ih.ff"'d.Florde' H,Ide Koket InapectorTo E W Hey ea md'cated In part .". 24 S ,. Tili C. __ 14.1
1..0 H TI 2 SItS North Naplei' Florida' Wilbur' L Shore,. Inspector T,. 12 w ID Ely: h of a *0* R/W Of A C L. Allied Fanitsre, Out I., ____ _. 2354CadillaS
58-Lots For Sole Ownerah, of BIG WHEEL K it Count Th. Vote apur I 10 run Elyn U' la peb. Fr adp Amece Sernice IlIlIon _. I' to
0511 C.dII. All po'''''. tao.tary follow p Feber Ha"r. Clerk e b cent Ely in II to W II of C..I Cty, Sconce ___.-_ _ .-- II J,
air. good condo Voryreas : W,M,am Hallicy tntpeclorLelend R R daf n 4 00
Rotmir,. E Ihefteld 50%" f M S main track th run Chirina Corp. _
I/l1St_ PORT ROYAL Lot22 Gal Jemei W Sha't.eld. 50%. Boyd Intpecter aig, W I ii of ad "A R/W for 200; thdit ColIor: County Susnsl .....e"I; 435NoIe .
,1.00 O"v' for Silo or TradiWV t the Donald Eig" ,e. Inspector n 4 run SW'ly for It* I. the C li ofe 54 Sirvico Stalin '_ __ S 50Jimmie
,,. 0 J Harb.rI. 2020 FossRead. Clerk It i*et our the mention C'CU, to Court apply'v* and Robert P Boyd Intpector M dod *t 1 th dot rt 4 run HE'I ly O'bbn Fl.. .".I C. 0 PP
D..n. Conn. ,PRECINCT NO IIIMMOKALEE aig ad E li of ad at for (00 to peb. Gulf Hotel .,_ -- It IIHilt's
Far Coll Flor' de under -- '
it7.: Sable, ....,... Will, boat the 'onof County Chepter 20951 Law I SOUTH Cent ill Ace M/L 1MH __.-_ Irvin P, ...10. 3477Aqua" Faint Shop : = 425
Up Ml 2 4413. ___Sllinoit. of Flordl prv Act* of t 4lROSEMARIf I PLACE Old' C.IIor Company Office Home Ins ranoa Agency 110
Sands To Hold The Election "* Shore Plot !!". _I. Pege..M_ House Hi5h Fdoity' 111.70Jim's
i Caquisi : Wtssns ou ".n... th'O' IllS 'day : I.
locat.ial 55,600.or& '. Mid of 110,1 load Margaret E Thurmond" Clerk ":... Service __=_ =- 01
Ann,e Pedgatt. Inspector __ 'v... .lee. "It ,. I
7 S
.ow 21.1" 1111.101 E SHEFFIELD Lot II Unit' Aquiline' Shores -
JAMES W SHEFFIELD L B .u,,,,"'. Inspector lt--Cued'.: v- === : : = 30Liosback

WALTER G SOROKOTY Merger R Rmgo Inspector Lot II. U"* 1. Aquelan' Shore .___ 1,0.. ,.... .400 ,,,..Ion.. T.... __ 021N ,
LAW OFFICES Carolyn K,dd. Inspector a.io. Ioutll.n 0" Station __ ._ IS SNapt.s :
59-Acreoge WALTER Q SOROKOTY T* Count The Volet Philip 0 Rust Dov............. Plat Book 1. FiatS Sir 100RadeCab
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Want Margaret T, Scott. Clerk N li l" I*. tor PI'" te channel: NW I lyig ELSIE, : LEHMAN. City CI.rb I

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'.1' Moving mer slate. Green pointed out

What The 'lre Saying (Continued from page 1)) that her office win be extremely -
I Fast In State vital to the slate because -
run, moved that the charges be & 1 her rank would give her
quashed. The Judge denied the
motion and continued the seniority over State Executive
arraignment GOP PictureEvents
The Governor's RaceBy | to a later date since .. Committee Chairman Thomas

the defendant was not present this are moving so rapidly F. Brown. Since ranking Re-

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS voice hoarse from to*' much use, morning In Florida Republican publicans on the committee are
Labeled the NAACP candidateby i replied.. ; "1 think dignity do. party circles In the past two the elected public officials and
his opponent, Robert King i mands I answer this upshot. I INVESTIGATIONJudge days that Harry Green chair- are followed by party appointees
High Thursday turned the label don't know how much you paid sentence Gerald ordered a pre. J1 man of the CollierCountyCommittee Rep. Cramer Is the highest
and asked /lla>'dun Burns to ex. ]Mr Mlzell to make a ." Investigation alter accepting for Goldwater, said this ranking Republican In the
a guilty plea from Char.
plain a $500 lampalpi <'attribution Loud boos Interrupted him and lie Lee Springfield, charged with morning that most Republicanswere State, Green explained, and he
he had received from a life _
the rest of his statement was forgery. Emerson representedthe finding it difficult to keep is running for national committeeman
member of the NAACP 1
lost.Mizell defendant. In the fight for con
The Miami Mayor questioned a Negro dental surgeon up.He
Lenon Hunter alter trol of the delegation to the
charged unpled
the Jacksonville Mayor as the I In Broward County for 21 years,
with Emerson, pleaded not guilty LEi ged slate headed by WilliamC national convention.In .
two candidates for the Democratic i acknowledged that he was supporting
gubernatorial nomination | Burns. He said he was bond to auto theft, and the Judge set Pawley has begun to top her talk Mrs. Salmon referred -
butted heads in the hottest meet.i more concerned with economic at $1,500. Dan Frank Spi- ple and pointed to the resignation to Harold Alexander

ing of their runoff campaign progress Jacksonville/ has made on vey,probation convicted for of forgery two years.,was put A of Pawley as evidenceof former chairman of the State,
Another encounter' is scheduled than the stand of Its mayor on this that Pawley's
saying Executive Committee
kidnaping charge against James saying,
Saturday at the State Junior i racial questions
resignation was prompted bya "Alexander controls the
Edward Ketrlng was dropped. party
Chamber of Commerce convention Checking later with his cam. -- -. ------ ,
In Cocoa Beach. |paijn headquarters, Burns said Arraignment of Cleveland STUDYING Members plea for party unity made through the "pork chop" coun
PLANS for new building- of the Board of Trusteesof John Bruce Medaris
Boyd charged with manslaugh. by ties. For Instance
Burns, who remained passive 1 Dr. Mlrell was a contributor. "I Liberty
in their firM meeting Uwineb. enjoy the support.. of many established ter, was continued so Boyd can the Naples Community Hospital took time out from their meeting and Congressman William C. County with four Republicansor
day before an Orlando Civic 1 prominent, professional arrange to be represented by Thursday afternoon to hear an explanation of the plans for the proposed Cramer. He also stated that even Suwanee with t hundred

Club, battled back In the hour.I and business Negro leaders," he counsel. Mary G. Burrow, char. building by Joseph 0. Dertolami, administrator, seated. From left are : the Dade County Executive have the same representation
long debate on the University of said. "I do not have the supportof ged with hit-and-run, will be ar. R. L. Telford. John M. Price partially hidden. Ad Miller, Mrs. S. F. Briggs, Committee has swung over to as Plnellas with 94,

South Florida i ,\In pus Thursday. the radical element." ralgned next month, chairman of the board, Leonard King, Pitt Orick, Les Grimes, George the slate endorsed by Cramer. 000 Republicans. Charles R,
High started It. Striking back in the debate, Donald Wayne Barlow, who had Vega, Jr. and Fred Lowdermilk. (NEWS photo) Mrs. Frances Salmon, pre- Holley the nominee for governor
served 22 months of six months
"You have heard this become ]Burns said High had gone Into a sldent of the St. petersburgWoman's on'the
a one-jilank candidate," he told court In May 1902 to defend Continental to five years sentence for auto represents Plnellas
club largest
theft, received a 22.month sentence Radio Controlled Republican State Committee but his
the live and lively audience of Meat Packers on a Viet Regulars
1,000 and an uncounted televl. charge cif belling horsemeat for today, with credit for all Halt Negroes organization of Its hands are tied. There has
slon audience. "He has teen use In school lunches."I time rerved and earned. In ef. Torpedo Found On the United States, spoke last been no meeting of the full

willing to .pit. race against rate: did not defend a client that feet, Barlow now Is a free man Caught In Reds'Bloody Lake Near MiamiMIAMI night to the Collier County Gold- committee since the last election
in order (to be governor." put horsemeat In hamburger for in Florida. He has criminal water organizers. She char two years ago."
He said Burns had called; him school children," said High charges pending In Ohio. lie With Tear Gas AmbushSAIGON Fla. (AP-A home. ged that If Pawley's loyalty to
the candidate of the NAACP, "My law office did represent a was convicted originally without made radio controlled torpedo- Goldwa'er were genuine he Mrs.Salmon recently received
and then asked his exponent. to client accused of a charge similar legal representation. Barlow tested on an open lake near would not have resigned with the National Federation
nifl listed\ In the to that. lost." entered a guilty plea this morn. Viet Nam (AP) Miami International would
explain a $500 We Alrport- such a bitter protest but award for Increasing her club
Burns campaign contributions High again called on Burns to Ing.A At CambridgeCAMBRIDGE Slipping. out In "D"of their north Jungle of has been confiscated from two close ranks quietly. membership from 1,005 to 2,
psychiatric Investigation was stronghold zone
Cuban exiles.
from Von D. Mizell of Fort Lau. reveal the sources of his person.
360 in
ordered in the case of Sterling Saigon, a Communist Viet Cong 18 months and serves
derdale former Male vice al Income Miami Cuban underground
a as the mayor sources
Md. AP VITAL SPOTA as National Board member.ladld
Johnson, charged with assault ( force smashed a governmentrelief the .
president of the NAACP. did shortly after announcing his speculate 11-foot-long tor.
with Intent to commit rape. Es. National Guardsmen had to use column in one of the candidate for National
Burns, speaking In an angry candid:ay. pedo was Intended for use
treature of $5,000 bond, in the tear gas again Thursday nightto bloodiest ambushes of the year. .
against the Cuban Las .
Burns refused. /He said a break freighter ; "'
man'lIbublnebslshlspersunalln.furmalllln case of Olius McCrory, was set up a Negro demonstration From dug.ln positions alonga Villas, reportedly loaded in .
Amateur Radio except as| it relates aside upon request by the de- In this racially divided road, the Viet Cong opened France on May 4 with 300 trucks TY .'fi : :
fendant's Ho Is char. with heavy and automatic .
to the Internal Revenue Service."I attorney. town.Leaders up weapon for Prime Minister Fidel Cas.
have nothing to hide," he ged with breaking and enteringwith in the white community rifle fire that killed 51 tro's government. Exiles said NEW YORK (AP)-"Creative ways eure-fire when)'ou-bf art
j called for the
Exercise Set said, "but I stand to protect my Intent to commit a felony, removal of Brig. Gen.immediate GeorgeM. government troops. Another 30, the freighter was due to pass people.artlstlc people.In television off with a man who Is going to
rights and the rights of all cit Emerson was pleased to re including an American Ranger near Florida en route to Ha are as obsolete as buggy
izens." ceive a thank,you letter from Gelston, National Guardcommander officer, were wounded In the engagement vana. whips," said writer Roger: 0. die."But I believe that drama involves .
For Tomorrow"Citizen All was not disagreement. Jackie Floyd Banks, who was charging that he Thursday 22 miles Fred Patton, supervising U.S. Hirson. "And now that it is be. taking the principal char.
was not
enforcing the modified
High, In answer to a question made a free man last month militia law north of Saigon. Customs agent in Miami, said Ing flooded with second.rate acter.your hero on an emotional .
Lander amateur from the audience, said he favors when, after serving 28 month j ban on which Includes a Ten soldiers were reported in a statement Thursday: "An stuff, the people responsible are trip that changes him.
radio operators arc advised that : abolishment of the Legislative in .prison. he was sentenced demonstrating. missing. unarmed torpedo was seized going to kill it the way the big Television series are not person.
a statewide < oimnuuUations\ Investigation Committee, to 28 months with credit for About 150 Integrattnnlsf, "We make the same mistakesall while it was being transportedby studios killed movies with all al drama. Lawrence Preston
drill will he staged tomorrow between :often called the Johns Commit. time served Not many defendants 'most of them Negroes, left St.Luke's the time," a frustrated two Cuban exiles. We don't the Grade B and C stuff" never changes; nothing happens
the hours of 10 a.m. and 7. I tee. Burns applauded the statement assisted by the public de Methodist Church Thurs. American adviser commented. know the intended specific use. Hirson Is one of the compara. to him. Things happen.. always
p.m. and they are not to become and later said this was fender take time to express then for day the night fourth marching and singing There Is an average of one The matter Is still under Inves. tlve handful of major writing to some secondary, temporary
unduly alarmed over numerous 'one place he agreed with High. appreciation Emmon said. as demonstration In major Viet Cong ambush every tlgation. and directing talents that produced character who disappears. But
many nights.
emergency calls. "I think the Johns Committeehas week. American advisers are Customs agents refused to say some of TV's most memo the heroes ride in on the white
It Is to be a semi.imiii.il emergency I not served a useful .purpose Blame Cigaret In marchers Gelston about Intercepted one-half block the com'entratlng much of their effort if the Cubans were under arrest. orable moments, almost all of horse and ride out on the same
communications drill I ," be said, "but I think this on making the Vietnamese whom have quit the medium In white horse. Audiences know
conducted by the Amateur Radio I Is up to the Legislature." Waste Basket For from Washington Street, which ambush conscious. favor of Broadway' or Holly'wood.Paddy this and It keeps the audlenre
Public Service Corps of High was asked by a member into the while section of The Viet Cong laid their trap Winter Haven'sEditor Chayevsky, Tad from becoming involved and

the Amateur Radio Relay League, ,of the audience whether he Rutenberg FireFire .this Most town of 12,600.the Thursday In traditional style by To Head Mosel, Horton Foote, Fred Coe they are never surprised. And
Dun Queeney announc'eel. would vole for the pending civil which damaged a Ru- demonstrators attacking three outposts, the and a few others. Hirson, witha they love to be surprised. But
The Citizen Banders are asked rights bill if he were a member tenberg model home on Pine dispersed refused and, but about 20 youths district town of Tan Uyen and a Florida Dailies Broadway show now in the that Is why television today is
for co-operation In kocplngCh I of tho U.S. Senate began heckling the strategic hamlet before dawn. words, has not written a television essentially antl-drama."
Court -
npls B 11 and 14 Wednesday was today attributed |guardsmen. A few stones were ST.:AUGUSTINE (AP)-W. E.
Franttc radio from
open. reports show for almost In fact
/He said he would prefer thatit Chief a year Hirson continued, al.
by Naples Fire i thrown, and Gelston ordered Rynerson of the Winter Haven
The plan lulls for a freak Tan Uen 25 miles north of Sal-
for trial and one-half. This Sunday, how. most every television dramatic
.provided a Jury rather
P.T. Riner to a smoldering 'tear gas fired. It took only two News-Chief was elected
"squall" to hit various presi.
alerted authorities.The .
spotsof I than trial by a Judge, and gem, ever, his "Don't Go Upstairs," show today Is "really a Westernin
the west ('mast In Collier ,that lie had some reservations Cigaret being unwittingly dumped cannlsters, a spray from a new attacks appeared coordinated dent of the Florida Dally News. will be "Show of the Week." another setting."
and Lee Counties and do ex. about the employment section, into a waste paper basket. 'type .gas gun and the youths around Tan Uyen. paper Association at its annual Hirson, who has had plenty of Hirson, a New Yorker, was

tensive damage The squall will I"But In general 1 believe I The damage wu estimatedat scattered. Dy morning, three persons -meeting today _____ offers, flatly refuses to write an English major at Yale,
also touch down III the Jacksonville would." $1800 was largely due to Guard troops have been here had been reported killed, 10 Rynerson succeeds Fred Petti. scripts for the dramatic series, worked as a newspaper reporterand
Palm Beach and Orlan. Bums said High was back., smoke and was confined to one ,since last June 12, following an weapons lost and two radio John of the Fort Lauderdale even the superior ones. by writing at night. got
do areas, Involving radio operations tug down from a stand made room. They outbreak had, \been of racial reduced violence. transmitters stolen. A relief News for a one-year term. '1 think that I, personally, Into television In 1954. Among
there In Dip lost. to a to. force headed up the road along William of must not use characters like Dr. his shows were "The Weston
previously "" television that he i ken force of 10 but addition.al Spear the Fort My.
.. Collier and Lee Counties, for favorer! the legislation: unequivocally Florida 350 the Dong Nal River. ers News Press: was named vice Klldare and the Prestons of Strain" on Studio One, "Jour.
itlie first time, will be acting for were brought In Monday Elements of a Ranger and infant president of the association and "The Defenders," because It Involves ; ney to the Day" and "The Long
fII }'Jointly In the simulated radio i anticipated demonstrationsin rv battalion were in the relief to format. Of March" 90 and
"Mr. (Hums, you got a trans. 275,000 Head Of the wake of a Monday night Norman Artman of the Key hewing a on Playhouse
ptm J work crlt|) of that television appearance speech here by Alabama Gov. force, which moved In vehicles West Citizen was the new treas. course, it Is possible to write "The Outpost," on "Show of t.
Couperltlnl: locally In the test American sources said. cliche storles.it is al. the Week."
replied' High. 1f you Cattle In 1963 George C. Wallace. The urer, also for one.year terms. moving
will be the County suit City Civil hive the courage, I give you still troops The Viet Cong had apparently.. __ _
here. u
Defense GAINESVILLE (AP)-Florida i are moved in
amateur radio permission right now to read; alongside the road
operators, Civil Air Patrol,ttie my i'IIlIIl'll.te> statement. shipped a record 215,000 head of Wednesday night. Reports of
| cattlo and calves during 1963, In- Florida produced 379 million the ambush
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary mid Hums said "obviously I do are still sketchy,
the local radio station eluding, 180,000 calves, the Agricultural I pounds| of cattle and calves durIng but apparently the Viet Cong I
not have the TV here and
Quoenpy pmpliasl/ed that the If 1 did I couldn't tapes read' them., Extension Service reported I I the year, and marketed 427 permitted part of the convoy to "
test Is SIMULATED .id Ion for today. million i pounds. pass and then opened up. I WILL Fa PAPPY't
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or hearing! emergency - -
I calls Dismantle Marhoefe r Work Shed

To Holland Kill Further Votes Cruise Club i Plans Buildiplenty ing At Little Marcocomplex MO ORE.

Probe Of Baker
Building In Collier County sails of elbow grease on the I i was donated! by E.H. four day removing the roof and
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.. I nil-even In the boating world. part of 16 club members, includ. 1 Marhoefer, Jr., on condition that dismantling the building includ.
Sssud| Holland, D.Ha., voted Gnat Island, a small mangrove ing three women. with the niajorlt Thursday as I dotted[ Isle near Little Marco More than $500 worth of turn-i remove all lumber from the pre. Plenty, Jack Brossard, Jack
the Senate tabled 42.33. and thus Pass,, and the property of the Naples ber which formerly constituted i mlses. Messmer, Carl Spangenberger, _
killed, a resolution to broaden Cruise Club Is about to havea the Marhoffer work shed at Cray. The three women members El Estab, John Krowell, Comma HIGH MAN __
the Investigation of the BobbyBaker clubhouse and picnic area ton Cove was en route yesterday ,who aided in dismantling the dore Bill Drumheller, Paul Roll, __
ease Sen. George Smalh I thanks to the generosity of the down Naples Day and the Intra-1 1 building were Mrs. Dorothy Newell Cornish, Les Wise and __
ers, D-Fla., was absent f/I.: MarlHH'fer Company and coastal waterway to Goat Island i Cline, Mrs. Spangcnberger and Mantey Smith. __ v(
aboard the "Donna Dell," ':Mrs. Alma Rothruck' club seThe deed to Goat Island was For County Commissioner ___
a cruise ship. The lumber will 'cretary-treasurer.\ recently obtained by the club and s"
be re-assembled on the Island "The hardest part of the whole is used as a recreational area DISTRICT No. 5 f
and made Into a shelter, clubhouse job was removing the nails," for members and guests.: Mem-
( CLIPPER and picnic area for 100.said Mrs. Cline, "Thu captain bersllp In the club Is limitedof
members of the club the Donna Bell insisted no to 100 and there is a waiting
f The work shed, formerly loca. i nails be brought aboard." list of more than 10, accord-
fY ted on the Cove Congress Inn Male members who) worked' for log to a club spokesman. as your County Commissioner. .


CRAFT HE WILL Put the interest and welfare of ALL the people of Collier
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t -HE WILL- Work for the progress and development of the urban are

Clipper Craft tailors of Collier County, always keeping the greatest potentialsfor

this casual Fli- growth in mind.

Wate jacket with HE WILL Work for the greatest possible development of our agri-
the """" "" "
o respect cultural area BECAUSE he has been in the growing,

i' makers reserve for harvesting, packing and shipping of vegetables all his life,

imported winter It was through his efforts that Collier County now has an

,. tweeds! Here's natural Agricultural Experimental Station in Immokalee.

I j shoulder distinction -
HE WILLWork to improve the welfare status of migrant workers

for summer combined with through .available/ Stale and Federal channels, in an

wiltless, weightless comfort. In effort to RELIEVE COLLIER COUNTY WELFARE LOAD. He

Dacron* }polyester) and cotton, also knows that a large percentage of our county income is derived

Dacron* J polyester and wools in a V y'Sakn.' from agriculture and migrant labor is of prime importance -

to our area.
wide choice of patterns ranging

1 from subdued darks to the new =M+fV, HE WILLpROMISE ONLY ONE THING.. to serve ALL the
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tional values at -

$29.93; -- 35.00: $40.00John's NO IDLE HANDS: were !in evidence Thursday when a lance feminine con Your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated

tingent from the Naples Cruise Club tll a ,,.rt up at the Crayton Cove docksto

aid In loading $500 worth of lumber tl'< the decks of the Dona Belle,

ClothingEost the stern of which is seen at far right The :Naples Cruise Club was given CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS:
the lumber by the E. II. Maihoefer[ Company on condition they dismantlea
work-tool shed and remove it from the premises of the Cove Congress 462 9th St. (Tamiumi Trail North) Naples

Trail, 'I. mil. from Four Corners Inn complex The Dona Belle earned th ,'aiv to Goat Island south of PHONE MI 2.7200

Little Marco Pass, where the lumber will be reassembled to make a vacation .
WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS clubhouse and picnic area for the cru,>. club members. (Paid Political Adv)

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