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Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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Greater Naples Fishing Tournament Opens Today



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Now, Mr. Fish TIDES



Start BitingThe Weather Outlook ....High. p.M, a.m.Lew p....

fourth annual Greater Naples Partly I cloudy Sunday with widely 0 May U 4.18: 2.3S 8.27 10:10:
Fishing Tournament got under $ N May 17 1.43: ':31 0:7711a1:
Matured showers. High Sundaynear : tUts
way this morning at minute M. Northeast and cant winds C ollier r May 18 8:S3 5.18 11:27 _
t for a even week d May 19 7.S4: 7:01 12.38: 1.24
stand lasting until midnight Sun- 5 to IS milts an hour. May 20 1:37: 8.34 1:41: 2.39:

day July 5th. Tournament Add one hour for Naples Bay
According to
llrldie on the Trail
Chairman "Skipper" Smith this SUNDAY MAY 17, 1944 10 CENTS 18 PAGES 40th YEAR NUMBER 208
Is the result of a r our for Marco
combination ---- -
of efforts. Jolnglng'the
founding Greater Naples i
Chamber of Commerce In sponsoring .
this year's edition are the Ask For Reconsideration i {" "

City of Naples Recreation Department .

and the Naples Jaybees. j
Smith explained that the Re. tt .,

creation Department has taken ..
over sponsorship of the local GOP Still
division of the tournament whichIs County l' .
,. .
open to resident fishermen as f. i' .
a part of Its summer recreation ; ( .
program. The Jaybees have en. .... ._ .

tered the picture to sponsor a "
special competition for all young;
anglers IS.years of age or un.
der. Both of this divisions will i :'

award first and second prizes Wants Ballot SpotFour

for eligible the tournament top catches species.In the 10 ---a....

According to the chairman,
the Chamber will be sponsor. .

test Ing the for competition out.of.county In residentswho the con. Republican candidatesfor brought by the Republicans. The Judge abides by his May 1 decision -

office have petition for reconsideration Is are expected
also will be competing for county not yet to mount
two top awards per species plus given up their fight to have based on constitutional g rounds, a write-in campaign this fall
special awards for outstanding: their names put on the November Carson said Friday In an effort to elect the four

and unusual catches as In the ballot. After County Clerk MargaretScott candidates. They are Spencer i
past, The Republicans through refused to certify the Re AUendorf, running for tax col- y Aj. +, t tt

p FISHING GOOD lawyer Ralph Carson, on Fri- publican candidates In Marchso lector: Murphy Combs, candi-

Fishing reports indicate that day filed a petition asking Circuit their names could be put date for county Judge: Doyle
the tournament's earlier start Judge Lynn Gerald to reconsider on the ballot, the Republicansasked t Kopp: running for School Board

this year Is coinciding, as plan his May 1 decision Judge Gerald to Issue from District 4; and CharlesR. t>t 4

ned, with an upsurge In fish quash and dismiss the action a writ of mandamus compelling McCool seeking the officeof

ing activity locally Including goud Mrs. Scott to certify the GOP registrar .
snaok'capture reports.As office-seekers. --
in the past the tournamentIs Report 2 More The judge's decision upheld A LAVISH PORTION of Florida's rapidly diminIshing purchased by the Mackle brothers for development -

open to all who might I wish Mrs. Soon, who withheld certification Elliot Roosevelt supply of serenity Is concentrated on beau. Located on the fringe of the famed Ten

to enter, male or female and AntiCastroiteCuba because the four Republicans tiful, bountiful Marco Island, the Tahitlan-Iike isle Thousand Islands, Marco is a paradise hideaway
any age. No advance reglstra. Favors Stronger 25 miles southeast of This unusual (or both
had not paid i required Naples. new escapist and realist. At lower tight cornera I
lion Is and there Is
no entry fee.Eligible required. two per cent fee at the time 2-Party Florida"I aerial view of the little town of Marco shows Big section of the Isle of Capri can be aeen.McGrath .

species this year are: LandingsUNITED they filed for office The two Marco Pass to the right and the mils and milesof ( photo)

Snack, rednshmal.kerel, trout, N.Y. per cent fee Is earmarked for have been a Democrat for unbroken virgin beach which was recently

mangrove snapper, sheepshead! NATIONS the political party's county executive 53 years. In fact I was born
of two addition-
: ('(;AP)>-Reports "
committee. t said Elliott
pompanu.jncj Jewfl&h.The tourna. Democrat
ment waters encompass all saltwater I il antl. astro landings clrculat. The Republicans dldn'r' ub* Roosevelt son of the famous Protestants Dixie Solons
Bd Saturday amid a complaint to Drive To
within the county. Special :the: United Nations from Cuban mlt this fee because they under- President F.D. Roosevelt, In a 'Stop Barry'Seen
awards may be given for "unu- Foreign Minister Raul Roa that stood that the county GOP executive public appearance at the Deach
sual and outstanding" catches the US. Central Intelligence committee had waived Club early yesterday,
whether or not they are one of 'Agency CIA was behind It assessment of the fee. Mrs. Differ Over May Boycott
the eligible species so tourna. I all. Scott and County Attorney Roosevelt Is a candidatefor In Rocky Victory

ment officials urged reltll>tra. The Citizens Committee for a James R. Adams contended that a post on the National Democratic -
tlon of all such catches.
: I,Free Cuba, a Cuban exile groupIn notification of this waiver Committee to represent -
Official stations this proper
weigh Washington confirmed the had Florida. !lo was In Naplesu Prayer BillWASIRNGTONAPA PORTLAND ( think It's happening," Rights Parley
been forwarded
year who will accept entrlesdur. : not to New York
said In Los
landings Friday and said they i guest of the Collier County Angeles
}ine their regular business hours \ the County Commission, and efeller | ,
,were carried out as the attack Club which looking for votes In a
'are: M i M Marina; Snook Hole, 'un a mill In Port Pllon therefore the candidates were Democratic Proles Oregon's where he Is rated the WASHINGTON (AP) Chok.
'Marco; The SportSpot; Port 'diverted sugar the attention of Cuban required to pay the two per sponsored the Beach Club meetIng .spokesman said Saturday the tlal primary .. "The stop Coldwater Ing off the long Southern debateon
O'Call; ShlpAhoy.Goodland.Drop armed forces. cent fee.County. yesterday morning. National Council of Churches triumph that has been on, I'd say the civil rights bill is going
Anchor, Goodland Boat Haven; misrepresented the great ma. ward a last two weeks to be "touch. nip and tuck,"
The committee said the land. Republicans, if the The candidate has been a resident and perhaps
Captain Landing, Marco;; Tides Jorlty of Its individual members California Senate Majority Leader Mike
.
Infiltration
lug .W. an move, of Florida for less than
t Motel, Goodtand; Naples' Munlcl. part of when It opposed a constitutional San. Barry Mansfield D-Mont., said today.
pal Fishing Pier Idle Hoer Fish Bteflnlerhaf alung gvTirilla-ranggplantubid.i \ forces.A ,WeatherReview'Max. two yean, and because of this' Amendment M permit public away."I SITUATION Toe Senate rounded eut Its
leg Camp, Marco, Isle of Capri short-time residency he said school prayers.Dr forces of '-r said the Oregon tenth week fA.discussing the
Spanish language broad. Mtn. Rain
Fishing Camp; Bud Hogue fish caster In Miami said he has been called a "carpet Cabot Lodge ? "will rrynUHlM things House-passed measure with the
there
7 Camp; Marco Lodge, Maru>;Isle txh the were May 9 86 61 0.00 bagger" and a "migrant work- Daniel A. Poling, editorof foresee at U> be a healthier situation. start of Its eighth Saturday ses.
landings im north and
of Capri Boat Rental 1 ; DI Cypress smith coasts! Cuba. May 10 85 62 0.00 er" but reminded listeners: he Christian Herald magazine' about their ran vole for either one .

Bend Camp. Entries must be Roa: sent a note to U.N. Sea May 11 86 65 0.00 was on I first-name speaking told the House Judiciary Com And It ', knowing what they get" There was talk of many
made at one of these sp ls. retary-General U Thant warn. May 12 89 64 0.00 acquaintance with many government mitten moot Protestants are Incomplete ter an Goldwater added! Southern senators boycotting a
Copies of the complete rules lag that peace might be endan. May 13 90 69 0.00 officials In Washington. opposition to the pout ler's hand has : have about 10 times as Democrat caucus Tuesday
of the tournament are available fcred by Wednesday's May 14 85 69 0.09 lion taken by the head of the ened In delegates as anyone elm which will consider amendments *

at the weigh stations or at the j!nlll raid and by an arms cache sugar May 15 84 66 0.00 "Then don't forget," said National Council, Dr. Edwin mary 17 days th.it's what they pay off proposed by the blpar.
Greater Naples Chamber office Roosevelt about four Tuller. on." titan leadership
found earlier off the Cuban Date supplied by Carrlbbean million
on the Trail, north In Naples. coast: Gardens of the six million residents of Public Lodge forces denied they were, "Tit a is up 'A'" lit him.'s M an a.
Tuller testified earlier In the Opinion
field said of such boycott.'
a
about to throw their California!
Florida
moved here from
another hearings The committee Is
backing to Rockefeller, But top i "They have been extended an
"
I Largest Permit I li n City Annals state studying proposed amendments Pollsters Missed men of the movement to draft: Invitation We are all Demo.
designed to overturn the Su I: crats."
Roosevelt expressed the Fire In Oregon the U.S, ambassador to South
Court's decisions ban.
opinion that because of his preme Yin Nam called what they said I Sen. Richard B. Russell D.
"grass roots education" In fling required Bible reading and PORTLAND Ore (AP) was an exploratory meeting to, Ga, chief strategist for the
politics
La Tour Rivage Goes On he could be Just as val- official prayers In the school. Most of the public opinion polls talk over the situation In Call. Southern bloc: opposing the bill,
that trlod to predict the fornla and elsewhere said Friday he hadn't decided
:
uable on the committee In his antimony, however
representing Poling said he supported the Oregon primary result apparently On hand for the Los Angeles,, whether he'd attend the meet.
If he had '
Florida as court decisions Inasmuch as missed the mark, In. session were Paul Grlndle, Dav.I. ing. He told reporters "I don't
lived here many years.He they struck down state laws requiring eluding ore bought by Koike, le Goldberg, Maxwell Rabb and I see any useful purpose in do.
The Books At $1,100,000 viewed the future of Flor- certain religious pray feller campaign| forces and Robert Mullen, the big four of, Ing so."
ida as possessing: "tremendous tires In the schools never released to the public the drive for the undeclared I I Mansfield said in an Inter.
A poll Mono by Warren wa, ambassador. view he did not think any senator
potential lie predicted Collier -
Despite a slight delay In get.', $49,500: plus two $82,500:; pent. Jim Walter Homes Is build. Chairman Emanuel Celler, terhouse of Portland was Before h. left Portland, Grin had changed his mind about
of la Toui* County will experience a whether In Its bought by Rockefeller. Reliable voting to limit debate becauseof
ting started developers houses. The penthouses occupy log a $4,160 house for Homer D-N.Y., asked die said he thinks Oregon Re.
40-iuilt beachfront .., triple or quadruple Increase In Bible dec I- sources Indicated that this poll 'parliamentary ruling In a
Rlvage, a cooperative the top two floors of the seven. Green on the Turner River Road, prayer or reading<< publicans wanted to give Rockefeller
that construct population within the next 10 Court had showed Rockefeller trailing hassle Thursday on an offshootof
report story chateau wing alx miles north of US 41. Ju. stone the Supreme a boost In California
Inn should lie finished by Unoriginal :, Contractor fur the cooperative, hue LeBarge Is building a 300. or 15 years. declared In favor of exclusion IxxlKe but the margin was not Grlndle, a Boston importer, ad. the Bobby Baker case.
target due of Novenu being built on Gulf Shore Blvd., foot seawall for $3,300 at Van. of religion. Poling replied he known. clod that what he called rumorsof Two veterans of the Senate,
ber I". between the Tides and Cdgewater dvrbllt Beach. Cloyde Mulllns FEDERAL FUNDS was concerned about future de. The only pollster who came Lodge support, for Rorkefel. Sens Allen J. Ellender, D-La.,
Ground was biokrn for the', Death, Is Frank J. Rooney Con. Is building $3,000 guest house claims of the court. close to seeing the Rockefeller l ter In California strengthened and James 0. Eastland, D.
mammoth $1,100,000 project struct Ion Co., wi'll-known east for J.J. Smith In North Naples.'Hairy The reluctance of some FlorIda upset was Sun Luliell. In a the governor's hand In Oregon Miss, planned to keep the de.
April 3and It was Just this last coast firm. Architect Is Mortem communities to accept federal The trend of Its decisions, and column published earlier this Rockefeller and Arizona Sen. bate going Saturday.
week that the building permit T. Ironmonger funds for public Improvement particularly opinions expressed week he said there was a nu Barry Goldwater who ran thirdin Ellender continued southern
was applied for and lssued.lt Is was termed "short light by Individual members of tin Jor shift under way among Oregon Oregon, are alone on the bal. opposition to proposals for a
the largest single building permit OTHER PERMITS Monster'Wrecks ed" by the speaker lie said court, he said, Indicate It l< voters and Rockefeller lot there No wrlte.ln votes will limited Jury trial amendment In
in Naples' history, surpassing Eleven other building permits Florida contributed Its shareof moving In the -llretllon of sub "mu.it be given at least an outside be counted In their head on the bill

the $1,002,000: Mansion Hut>e,, signed last week by Building Car On taxes, and If the funds are ordlnatlng religion to Irreligion. chance of winning," (Continued on page 7)
Official Bert Plnkston totaledi
and $1,003,000: Beach Club Hotel
not used here will he
Construction ,they srent

1963 tower Sales and wing 19C2 of the permits, respeUlvet luxury, Issued caper In i,, Co.W.F.$70,607.is Richardson building Rutenberg a for residence$18,500: for at Immokalee RoadNot to In accept other federal localities funds"Rcfus.l doesn't Golden Gate Stung By Commission Worry I

live units are moving 31oIlC".at.,, lOMCraytoii Road. only is George Plttman mean they won't be spent," ,
isfactorily," la Tour Rlvage developer Willl,im B. Stone Inc. Is build. associate of the local funeral he geld I

George Guy said Friday. Ing an $18,000 house at 1389 Dol. director, convinced that he hasseen Roosevelt brought out he as-

Prices range from $33,500: to' the phln enclosing home Road.a of Wlggs terrace Robert and for Dlefendorf Maale$15,000: are been the terrorizing"hair Milng"people which In the has first stated campaign President for Johnson senator in from hU Fires Back With Full Report On ProgressCounty I

Our Ducks Are 4348 Gordon Drive Fort Mjers area, but the"thing" Texas. He thought this association '"

K and R Contractors are puttingup wrecked his failier-ln-law car. might strengthen qualifications Commissioners the commissioners were not
Plttman had borrowed the 1964 as required, regulate water flow tin Golden Gate Estates area
Quacking AwayAt a $7,000 residence at 1278 Pontiac sedan belonging to C.F. as a candidate for national meeting l last Tuesday viewed a Informed.C.E. and maintain desired water le- work to be accomplished and

Fifth Avenue North,In River Park Turner,iis fath.r.ln-Iawbecause committeeman pictorial map showing work Jung, director of plan- vels. These blocks also per- work completed. This map Is

East Rutenberg to took out $2,000 of the air conditioning permittedon He favored Republicans progress in Golden Gate Estates ning for CGC In a press release form other functions; such u, all Inclusive whereas the report -
World's Fair permit repair: fire damage to
one of Its model homes at 1221 a drive to Cocoa B..achlIh moving to Florida, registeringas anddlJplayedcorxernthat Issued Friday commentsas retarding the flow of roots previously submitted covered -
Pine Court. F.B. Schreck plansto \ Mrs Plttman.is Republicans and not Democrats proposed canal weirs were follows on the status of workIn downstream and catching silt only 12 units of the development -
SPECIAL FROM WORLD'S FUR
make a $3,500: addition to th.nlldt'llc. he was driving between Va. This opinion followed a missing Golden Gate feels the large development from upstream excavation This map pictorIally -
Joel Kuperberg yesterday ron of John R. Young, :324 pies and Immukalet Thursday question from the floor He "Golden Gate Estates wishes work. presents total programprogress
firmed the appearance of the night the "hair thing" plunged to provide current and accurate -
17th Avenue South. said the state needs t strong T.a "Weir design changes are achieved by month and
travelling Caribbean GardensDucks in front of the cir Getting out
Latest In the mild rash of The information on construction completed and bids due on 27 provides a convenient way for
principles
two-party system
the of the auto Plttman
on Birthday House, c ught a
guest-house permits Is one for of each will then details of the Golden Gate May for their construction. Estimated comparison d work accomplished -
NBC.TV, Monday May IS.Thl.I. glimpse of a black tw.r amb. party
a local children's program, G.K. Carter, (60 10th Avenue ling off Into the thl,..et. Real. he clear, and stronger candidates development program Statements saving In total weir and total project re
South Stone will build
It for
covering the Philadelphia New $1,000. (zing that an Injured bear can be will be running for office reportedly made by program will approximate $1, quirements.
York and New England areas, Schreck will not build the$59.: dangerous\ he called the highway he said members of the Commission at (iCO.nOO.) This Is a significant "As reported In the press last
with a witching audience of two 000 Texaco station patrol In an effort to locate the Tuesday's meeting Indicate they sum In consideration of the week, the field construction
and a half million persons Trail Just south gal of Naples on the animal, but they wereunsuccess. \dUller, president of the are not fully Informed. The total of 22 canals. force Is at normal strength and
At the Fair the ducks Shop. ful In doing so. Collier Counrv Democratic: of a GGE
arepr ping Center. Duffy Construction presence representative "Joe Lynch project engineer on a nine hour work day The
forming ( shows a day at prt Co. of Miami U to do the work His father-in-law's car, how. Club has master of ceret,on- would have been most also reports there are Unit 1-12 road contractor
sent working between the por. Instead. ever, was so badly damaged that les at the early morning ,neet- helpful. and have been five drag lines Charles Geltz, Is also on the Job
poise shows They have moved he was forced to bring It back Ing. Candidate for county "Canal blocks are In place at work In the Golden Gate and has completed two miles of
to an outside location between the couvrrSTORYThe to Naples and make the
trip In offices were given nopportun a within a distance d I'4 mile Estates project as comparedto work within the put two weeks.
office
county building had
main Florida .
exhibit buildings. alight his own auto.HandsOff
ity to peak briefly, tohn of site on which weirs are to "
Indicated the for
This makes the Naples' show the week, with nine perm Its add. one by the commissioners "However program
first event sighted by visitors Ing up to 43510. Edwin Green of Emerson was chairman of arrangements l't be constructed. Water levels An equipment Inventory Units 1-12 Is only a small part
coming through this gate.Crowds Malral is Installing a 2S by 50. Policy for to meeting are being maintained and us- valued at approximately of the entire development

are running three to four hundred foot swimming pool for 14000. NEW YORK (A') Former sally higher than design levels. 11.800.000 Is now In use Golden Gate Estates has the

per show, with the figure expected at the Golden Cat club house. President Dwight D, Eltenhow.r w These blocks an specifically within the Golden Gate Estates capability and can easily com
to l Increase greatly next IWra and BlbM will build a ha* again declined to en.dorse located In the general area of area, plus considerable plete requirements for this area

reek when a stag will be completed 44 by 48-foot addition: to thy any Individual for the RepobUCM Ri Mf W NiMl1 programmed weirs Not 1, contractor equipment< prior to the programmed target .
for the show. North Maples Fir Control Din. fF 1..,....laJ IIOmIltae 4, 7, 9 and in In the canals "Tom Weber, Gulf American date. Equipment and work
Kuperberc reported that all 1s trlct flrelxMM oe Soutb Street, flan 'Ie w t I. Ii DRMflOffAfMC now under construction Draglines Land Corporation engineer effort Is being used on other
going well and hopes the quack Allen Is NIA
A. Vvraoa
contractor : 9ed with shovels are used to
ducks GEe. C.E.t.'NG designed the colored progress projects carrying a higher
will lure many visitors to for M $ ,000 residence for o' the block dimensions
the Naples area this summer Keener at Bantu "bitIred p'.1 Spells It Out change map which displays the en- (c..t1aue4 ee page IPKY

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2 COUNTY NEWS Sunday, May 17, 1964 Nothing 'Big'County



What They're Saying $474,937
To
I Realty Drops ,



; The Governor's Race Count) real estate sales dip Unit 1, Coconut. Grove, $10,600James ; Naples Villas, $4,500; Delilah '
L.
Clarence and
ped downward In the current pro. < R. and Jerry L. Snyder ;Scott to Alrr
Littlefleld Deal, Naples, Lot 6, BIll: 4, Tr ,:'
to M.
D. and
Bj' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Burns also predicted that he ceding period to $474,937 from Henry Dorothy Russell Cleave
of North Yarmouth, Me., Acres, J,000; ;
a high
$1,106,650 reported ,
Robert King High of Miami would sweep Droward Count) In L. Pelton, Framlngt,
fur the Lot 8 Dlk D Conners Vander. Ardlth .
The
previous period. ,
the runoff 26. ,
May He
a
and Haydon Burns of Jackson. ran Lot 21 Blk I Unit .
,
at strong second to Fred 'kmson total for the month of May presently I bllt Beach Estates, Unit 1, $2, Mich.,
rill were to meet head-on O. 01'' Beach
Vanderbilt Estates$2,7( _,
stands at 500 Barbara H. and John E.
Cocoa Beach toda in the battle of West Palm Beach in $1,581,587.Sales ;
of the majors for the DemocratIC the first primary and received of $1,000 or over with Werner to Henry D. and Dorothy COUNTY
gubernatorial nomination. Dickinson's endorsement for the values taken from tax stamps ,N.Yarmouth,Me., First Florida Real Estate Ma-

Before the confrontation, High/ wond. on recorded deeds! Included the Lot 8, Blk D, Unit 1, Conners Phi., to E. Likln and Gloria ,

charged that the Burns imp In a Clearwater talk, High a< following Vanderbilt Beach Estates, $2, Phillip, Washington, D.C., i I'' '..
had organized a motorcade of cused Burns of "taking the poI Caroline Corkran to Paul SOO; Conners Vanderbilt Beach eel In Sec 22, Twp 47, Rge --0

rabble rousers to drive up the It leal! fifth amendment" in refusing Fenton, Mlddlebury, Conn., part Estates, Inc., to Ian F. and MaryF. $1,000(%; Fern Corp., to Thou I

east coast over the weekend, to reveal his personal fl. Lot 21 and Lots 22, 23 and 24, Nutting, Naples, Lot IS, BlkR R. Brown, Tr., Naples, panel)

displaying highs bumper stickers nanclal status. High made his A"I Blk 15, Tier 1, Naples, $29, Unit 1, Conners Vanderbilt In Sec 11, Twp 49, Rge 25, $1)",..

and rre.iting: a disturbance. finances public after he announced I 1 P, $500; Thomas J. and Margaret( Beach Estates, $4,100. 000(%; Fern Corp., to Robert
Ha said the Idea Is "a misguided for office<< V. Burns to Roy R. and Esther Gull American Land Corp., to Jaeger, et al, Naples, parcel

effort to embarrass me." In Tampa, Robert Saunders, U. Fuller, Naples, part Lots 5 Margaret Chase, Miami, Tract Sec 11, Twp 49, Rge 25, $KCCi''

The last time they met, In state field secretary for the and 7, all Lot 6, Blk 5, Tier 60, Unit 2, Golden Gate Estates, Seagrape Corp., to Goo E. u II i

Tampa Thursday, the governor NAACP, said that Burns' political 2, Naples $22,500 Josephine II. $3,800; and to Vada J. Reeves, Amelia R. Wedemeyer, Ann t..
candidates exchanged barbs on organisation had contacted Nester to Richard H. and Bar. Coral Gables, part Tract 36,Unit bur Mich., parcel In Sec '

a range of topics. The hottest him several times since Burns bara J. DeVoe, Naples, Lots i 4, Golden Gates Estates, $1,300, Twp 49, Rge 25, $16,000; W '

concerned the race issue. qualified as a candidate for gov 9, 10,11 and 12, Blk 17, Tier and to Robert W. and Helen G. Daniel Holding Co., Inc., to C 1

During the campaign Friday, ernor. 3, Naples, $17,300; FrederIckC. : Buck, Cincinnati, Ohio, Tract jO., and Inez Benson, Chicago, pir..
Burns revealed a plan In Fort "The Impression was that he Wenzel to Ralph E. and IreneM. i Unit 4, Golden Cite; Estates, $4, eel In Sec 33, Twp 49, Rge 1. ,

Lauderdale to convene a committee (Burns) wanted to talk politic," Foss, Naples, part Lots (I 000, and to Michael J. and Jennie $2,200; W.E. Pcdiel Holding,"..

of top legislative and Saunders said '1 know of no .. and 8, and all Lot 7, Blk 23, E. Fortuna, et al, Middletown, Inc., to Gds and Adele Lebanr
'.. .. ."U. :Yt .\\\\\\ \\ 1\\""III, Tier 5 Naples $17,000 D.T. Conn. part Tract 34, Unit 137,
business leaders to revamp the other reason for him to contact I" >\ \ t .11111 in ; Mellvflfe, N.Y., parcel in Sec n,

state's tax laws If elected me. The racial troubles In Jack HEADING NORTH Mr and Mrs Jim Walker ( right) and Rev. and Mrs Jones Enterprises, Inc., to Don Golden Gale Estates, $3,547. Twp 49, Rge 21, $2,200.
TERRACE
aid! T, and S. Jones, MYRTLE
Phyllis
tax sonvllle were not going on at the Cleo Ingram, Tr., to Lawrence
Burns said the present
Robert F Martin will bi to the Southern Baptist ConventionMay to
Art
messengers Naples, Lot 13, 14 and 15, Blk Margaret M. Talmadge M.
time, and as a politltan he was R. and Jacqueline Morgan Ni.
to. ,
gether setup was without a hodgepodge consideration put Interested In getting all the votes 18-21 I in Atlantic City New Jersey Also, they will attend the 150th 26, Tier 9, Naples $0,000< Rus. Larry L. Dawson, Naples, Lot 12, pies, parcel In Sec 8, Twp ;u,

for fiscal balance any he could." tear Baptist Jubilee where the seven Baptist conventions will convene. sell B. and Margaret S. Stewart t Blk B, Myrtle Terrace, $10,500; Rge 26, $5,500; Beulah Jaquith

Burns denied Saunders' state they will also attend New Yoik's Woild's Fair. (Caples photo) to L.F. and Ruth H. Krempln,, Trl-D Corp., to Everett M. and John R. and Venita B. Smith\

men! that Burns had personallytried Rochester, N.Y., Lot 27, BU Miriam F. Rlegler.Hlaleah.Lots Miami, parcels in Sec 9, Twp .<,.
CountAgenda to contact the NAACP 3, Unit I, Aqualane Shores, $23,,,10 and 11, Blk 2, Naples Manor Rge 26, $6,39 Bernard H. Prit.

leader. But Burns did not deny SOO. Add'n., $1,400;; Trail Developers, zker to Joseph and Luvllle M.!
The Holley Terms Inc. to Ernest! F. and Minnie M.
fur
Tuesday'smeeting
agenda Blackwater River ,
that someone representing him Drainage Barcla, Jr., Miami, parcel inSc'
of the County, Comnils. AQUA LANE Brust, Springfield, Ohio, Lot 12,
50 31
had tried to talk to Saunders. 36, Twp Rge $1,200 Can,
.anon Gilbert P. and Effle L. Blk 7, Naples Manor Extension,
: New.
Edward
Burns has told his campaignaudiences / Milk Price Fix ella Corp., to L. Connol.
9 a.m.-Ryjdins of board mliu. ton to Rodney F. and Amanda B., $1,400, Mango Growers Incto and Sebastian
t hatIlIh Is the ly Busceml, Na.
utes. "NAACP candidate" District Now In Operation Lauer, Staunton, Va., 1/4 21,,, C.J. and Coteal Mlllott, Hazard, pies, parcel In Sec 9, Twp ri ,
.. Blk 5 Unit 2 Lots 39 and 40 Blk 13 Na. ,
9.13 a.m .Repent of county en. Political YoYoCOCOA Aqualane Shores,, Ky., Rge 2 $5,200; King AcresInc. '
$5,600 Ruth R. pies Manor Lakes $1,500 Edwin ,
glnecr. ; Waples to Ar ; to Leslie W. and Edna E.
10 a.m..Report of county health The Blackwater River Drain, supervisor for a term of three BEACH (AP) thur C. and Ruth R. Serfltng,, A. Muench, exec., to Ralph S. Hollywood parcel In Sec Wed. '
ell 13
and welfare. Kynes ForcedTo age District created March 5th years." Charles pulley of &. Petersburg Llbertyvllle 111., Lots 3 and 4,, and Bertha B. Muench, Grand ,

10.30 a.m.-He-view of current Tenor 19C4! by the Circuit Court: of the The board of supervisors receives Republican nominee for governor Blk 8, Unit 4, Aqualane Shores,, Island, N.Y., Lots 28 and 29!), Twp 51, Rge Jl, $1,000 Inc. ;} Florida

county tudget.l Change Twelfth Judicial Circuit has now no compensation other of Florida, said today that $10,000, Pearl L. Robinson to I Blk 20, Unit 2, Naples Park, Sunshine Acreage, James

l a.in... General i business and Of Contest Suit been established, it was report. than expenses Incurred which milk prices have been a political 1I.Y. and Celia D. Levinson, Blr., $5,000; William G. Pace, Adm., Campion, Sepulveda, Cal.,parcelIn
Sec 20 51 33
Twp Rge
$1,300
correspondence.FINAL ed yesterday. may not exceed $5.00 per day for yo-yo. mingham, Mich., Lots 25, 26, to Carl R. and Emma Chalonder, Sunshine ;
Approve and pay TALLAHASSEE (APFlor Bruce Green, Dewey Polly and time engaged In work, plus 9 cent "It is going to take more than 27 and 57, Unit 1, CoqulnaSands, Naples, Lots 25 and 26, Blk C., Florida : Acreage, Inc.,
Wilson
bills. Ida Atty. Gen James Kynes has General C.E. Jung were electedto per mile, not to exceed I OC miles, an expression of opposition to retail $40,100;; Natel Inc., to Nell D. 'to James Burnsvllle,
technical changes In the N.C., parcel In Sec 20, Twp 51,
made to and
the board of supervisors for Jung said. price fixing straightenout Angela E. Hannaford, Na.
lawsuit challenging the ertiflca. the terms of one, two and three the mess and protect the pies, Lot 6, Blk A, Unit 2, Co. Rge 33, $1,300; Miami Invest.
tlon of Earl Fain'loth of Miamias years, respectively.The rights of the consumer," Holley quina Sands, $2,600; Alfred D. Oregon Upset ment Co., to Herman P. Val.

winner of the May S prlmar of the drainage Robber Escapes said In a talk prepared for the Guion to Bert S. and Pamela entijn, Glendora, Cal., parcelin

<:codes for the office. district purpose Is to reclaim and protect Junior Chamber of Commerce K. Taylor, Naples, Lot 14, Blk Gives New Life Sec 4, Twp 51, Rge 34, $1,.

: : Kynes' attorney, J. Lewis lull lands frcmi the effects of From Nashville convention. M, Unit 2, The Moorings,800. 200.
4
FOR tUN RUN FISH
of Tallahassee, eliminated 'from Holley said that the democratic Moorings D) Florida Sunshine Acreageljic.,
water for sanitary or agricultural Jail ev. Co., of Canada,
Silver i ''thO suit language In which he purposes or when' the same may Metropolitan candidates for governor Ltd., to Dewey R. and Janet To Rocky CampNEW to Leo L. and Josephine Bronx,
King circuit court to NASHVILLE Pueblo, Colo., parcel In Sec :21!
asked the Tenn.
had be conducive to public health, (AP) were talking in generalities i Gargiulo, Ft. Myers, Lot 23, ,
(nap H**.n Deckm) prevent Falrcloth's certificationby convenience or welfare." Freshly sentenced bank robber about the milk commission In an i Blk Q, Unit 2, The Moorings, YORK (AP-The upsethe Twp 51, Rge 34, $1,300;; Collier

) MODERN, SAFE. FAST C tho Stale Canvassing Boardas Two meetings have been held William\ Hutton/ CubIc broke out attempt to win votes $12,800, and to James A. and scored In the Oregon primary Land and Title Co., to Homer
.
*
FISHING CRUISER This >olnt became of the Nashville J. and Florence Green Ever
winner. ,
the | metropolitan
> "The milk commission controversy
by the board of supervisors and Catherine M. Hogshlre, Jr., In. was Gov. Nelson A. l )('k.
moot because Falirlothhas \ 1 Jail Friday In of glades City, parcel In Sec I,
a comedy er Is of the
one example '
elections 10 3
MI Z-Z8S7 or Ml 2-3840 the following or assign.merits dlanapolls, Ind., Lot Blk efeller's first significant victory
certified A Is out Twp 52, Rge 30, $1,300 Col.
been made rors. dragnet for him> critical need for more accurate ;
Cecil I.amb : Unit 3, The Moorings, $8,000 In five months of hard cam
Capt. The objective of the suit re- President, C.E Jung; treasurer and |police officers say they are> Information being presented to and to Bernhard J. and MaryB. paigning for the Republican j Her Land Investment Corp., to

? If ,JJI n\pined the same. Kynes asked.I AI Hackney; secretary, Enid I Investigating possible negll the public," he said Ahrens, Suffleld, Conn., Lot nomination for president. lie John J. Smith, et al!, Rosevllle,

the court to throw out challenged Decks; attorney, I). Clarke Nlc h.cils gence. "I will see to it that the com. 54, Blk 3, Unit 3, The Moorings, said his Immediate reactionwas Mich., parcel in Sec 19, Twp
ballots In Al. c'hua and I Chief Deputy Fate Thomas i 32, Rge 31, $1,000} Florida Sun.
mission does not fix retail I
; engineer, 1.E. Greiner Co., $8,200, and to Leslie C. and Betty "deep gratitude"
Levy counties which, If grant- \ said Coble, 41, with a recent t shine Acreage, Inc., to Virden
STANLEYHome representative, C.J. McGulre. prices. Complete abolition of the I, Johnson, Naples, Lot 60, Blk His top campaign strategists
eel would reverse the outcome | record of one escape and three> H. Moore, Bradner, Ohio, parcelIn
milk commission would result In
McGuire (If Grelntr Co has i 3, Unit 3, The Moorings, $7,400. moved quickly today to capital.
lalrcloth and the State Can.'. been directed/ to proceed with i attempted escapes, was not t the enforcement of a federal 1 Naples Development Corp., to ize on the governor's success. Sec 7, Twp 52, Rge 32:!, $1,300;
Products vasslng! Board, named defend locked In his cell as he should I I Albert DeVore, et al., to ,
marketing order. Washington bureaucrats Joseph
., preparation of the Plan of Reclamation K & R Contractors, Naples, Lot They began discussing plansto '
ants were given 20 das to n.SWCT | have been when two U.S., B. and Rose Keane,Miami Beach
as required by the and the supreme court t 75, Blk IV, River Park East, use the results In Oregon as 1 ;
Check On Our the complaints.LUFF Florida Statutes, Jung sald.Thttf marshals belt him at the jail I have already destroyed too $1,400; Port Royal, Inc.,James evidence thatlRepublicans parcel in Sec U, Twp 52, Rge33,
Spring Special For for safekeeping until he could I of the :$1,500;; Albert DeVore, et al., to
plan will then be sublet to review many powers that belong; W, and Louise G. Sanders, Mont. want a moderate '
CLEANING be taken to federal prison. He/ to the state ; Louis and Rose A. Warhart, MI.
: by the "board of supervl. and to the people. clair, N.J., Lot 36 and.Lot 35, candidate and RockefellerIs
MOTHPROOFINGContact sore and finally by a hoard (.if escaped less than an hour later...Inviting more federal controls i RumRowPort Royal, $27,800'Jahn ; "the leading moderate of the ami, parcel in Sec 12, Twp 52,
: three commissioners ajpolntejby rlnl broad dajrrietiM! .' will lead tcmhe comWstl'do.tructtoh'atty14 E. Hart to ,Lloyd U,, .and party' [.Rge 33, $1,500; South C'"1st Con.

HEDY ''HUNTER thou Circuit Court: for the 'Thomas, 'iutJ $prisoner\ ap.jparefill > Is l Ipjf'of, our Rozella \Nadle't.; Naples? Lot -Roc'kafellar, who came'1 Mr., Co., Inc., to Falrrell Mis.Songill .

purpose of Insuring that all lands ) sauntered down a Jail I states' rights." 38, Arlington Terrace $9,500; from behind In the i Chicago, parcel In Sec
closing
MI {}<) within the district shall bane corridor, borrowed a blanket t Big Cypress Golf and Country of the Oregon primary with days an 15, Twp 53, Rge 32: $1,900.

CMC INC. fit from the Plan of liuclamation. from another federal prisoner, Club, Inc., to Gene D. and ErmaJ. all out effort, Is the only candidate .

Trucks Parts Drainage Distracts, as organ.lied used it to muffle the sound as Imperial Harbor Miller, Sheboygan, Wise., Lot who can wage the type of Nikita Attends
l become he broke out a window, then 8 Blk I Golf and
i public corporation| Big Cypress fighting campaign needed to geta
-- -Service politely returned the blanket to Adds New Tract
charged with creating and main.! Country Club Estates, $3,800 GOP victory In November.The Ceremonies At
the
TEMPORARY tanning the drainage systems," prisoner, climbed out the President James A. Itorron of Big Cypress Golf and Country GOP leaders who had

MPLE LOCATION said Jung. 'Annual mel.tlngliwlll window climbed, to crossed the a root and I Impt'rlalllarbor Corporatlon.du- Club, Inc., to Chauncey W. and written off Rockefeller as a serious Aswan High Dam

be held each year for the |>ur- street. velcipers c>f Imperial Harbor Mo. Lillian R. YoungSyracuseN.Y., prospect for the
$ 421 Ninth St. N. The other prisoner Jack Cordon nomina. ASWAN, Egypt (AP) Pre
Lot 17 Blk DI
pose of landowner- decline one bile Home Estates near Bonita Big Cypress Golf tlon will\ have to take a mler
new Khrushchev fit/
said he loaned Coble the! and Country Club Estates,$3,700. looking
Springs consummated IdC'al look at
with him.
blanket because he thought despite reports that he Is tired,
;
from his well.dressed Elsa M. Linne and Carl R. Linne Only Mrs Rockefeller was; returned from a Red Sea Jaunt
1l'llOar BROOKSIDE
ATREtf'NAl'I.n this past week for Parcel No. 4.
present with the governor as he with President Carnal Ahdel
>
ante that he
MH was a detective. First Fla. Real Estate Mart
1 This tract adds
tSecfrlcaf Stnwics approximately watched television of Nasser of the Re
Jl'HJ'3 Gordon said he later shouted for 10.4 acres to the development.The Inc., to James J. and Jessie O. the coverage United Arab
It or 20 minutes, trying to tell primary public Saturday for final ceremo
McKenna Lot 2
Blk
Naples
amount of the sale was not ,
PLOCIDAPeriod INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIALPh jail officials of the escape lie disclosed.Ad E, Unit 3, Broukslde, $13,900, lie returned home Friday aft. nies at the Aswan High Dam
er six
said days on the road. site.
Of : MI 2-3696 1175 Pine St. Naples, Ft*. him no one paid any attentionto Miller and Associates were J.and to Charles L. and Dolores Rockefeller campaigned In i Cheers that have been ringing
,the brokers handling the trans. Egnor, Naples, Lot 3, Blk Oregon
MAY loth E Unit 3 through Thursday after i In the Soviet leader's ears since
THRU Brooksldo
MAY 'Utk action. $13,800,
noon, then new to the
and to Hubert D. and Nancy E. Washington i start of his 17-day state tour
for
Sun. an Intelligence briefing on i one week ago, erupted again
Mon. Bevins Lot 8
Tues. Trade in Colonial Virginia's"sweetscented" Naples, Blk E, national
Unit 3, Brookside, $11,200. security and foreign i when he and Nasser, hands
tobacco grew Joseph W, and Martha P. Grif. policy. lie also met with Presl. Joined In the air, arrived at noon
profitable that aetllers planted 1 ftth to Melvin L. and Margaret dent Johnson, who had offered I at the dam site.
., it in unpaved street and mirkel 1 the briefings to all prospective i They had flown in Khru
J.
places Engel, Naples, Lot 1, Blk C, nominees for the presidency. shchev's private airliner from

John A. Wells, Rockefeller's; the Red Sea port of Ras Danas

....i emu .IYgny.Y.. Ail 25% Off on Expert Hair I national campaign chairman, after a day and a half cruise
TOM I told reporters the outcome of aboard the
TRYON. ROMY SCHNEIDER' Egyptian preslden
Bleaching, Tinting and Hair Frosting I the primary was "a tribute to i tlal yacht Ikmrrlya.

CAROL LYNLEY tt-,,ttMMWED. ., This Week Special! :, a very gallant gentleman who> Originally they were due back
doesn't know how to quit." here Friday night

Permanent He said he was sure the re- With Iraqul president Abdel

THUR FRI \Vave $12.50 suits would have an Impact on Salam Aref and Algerian President

t/A.-- I AN AVAl.INCHE ...; R... $23.00 the June 2 primary In Callfor. Ahmed Ben Bella, theft!)
;... n j OF ADV NTURI I Include Hair Cut t {lyl. nia, In which Rockefeller and I touring companions the Soviet

waltoi9ney Quiet.Joi Sen. Barry Goldwater are the and Egyptian leaders took a
'
'i Try Mr, Wills' New body Hair Cut! Makes your set only
l!! JUfsVlitNCSDRIVEIN stay better and keep the trill out of permanent. candidates. steam yacht at the Aswan do'k
.. ..... Radio your Rockefeller
r ,In ...rch of rferl'on (, will fly to Callfor. to go to the dam site for the
the
WILLS HAIR FASHIONS nla Monday night to begin his ceremony
.. final drive to win that
state's 86 Dump trucks laden with hug
.
.._ ,
.
.c. 417 fifth Ave I. Wione Ml I Mil votes.

CHIVAUEI MILLS. Mll$ i liiT Easy 7' ::iii !'! i ii----;. .granite the shores stones to fill were a final standing gap on ui

Mount .I w : c :=w = et: a: OWNER WILL TRADE the across foundation the of the dam

=5 :;ec=wottiwtcwt E A few hours Nile R'ver.!before Khrushchev .

WAIL THEATRE Instant :1 t :; :;: : =lI! .- returned, an Egyptian
::: = .
w- '
information
i iInstalling CIlliC: C -W t officers in Asw"
.
I8 Ii I
w- :. said Khrushchev was short
Period Of -- I I k o"CI8! : ,, ; ing his scheduled visit to '.

MAY iosi I k ( UK MAY t ; : ,... clent Luxor Sunday becat;
pith lit!, ___..!! "wWI ; "he' Is tired"
4
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Sun Mon With temperatures soar
EfiNtttT HCMUNQWAVS t' above 100 degrees Khrushche '
ti'-"I.i .
,'Ir. : ULl" is changing his program to
spend only two hours In Lund ron
!C. .
4000 B.T.u. I the Nile Instead of most :
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Met Park Ideal for Fans and Pitchers E I"



By FRANK ECK Naples Civic Clubs l

.1 I A FEW FIRSTS .1 I AP Newtfeotures Sports EditorDon't a, CtCII' IeOwsaTOr.tsr

,..4 id'.,
knock: the Mets*

These baseball ragamuffinshave FAMII( Y otNNER And Organizations I

a palace for. home.

It cost about $25 million to sou are cookmgpotatoes,

build New York's Shea Stadiumbut ,Ill,' aone extra to use in this The following Hut of loril civic clubs and organltatloni
'!M-t,ishioneddmh.Saiu .
+ I I. primed U in aid to panon winning to rontart Individual
only about $4 million to I rlubn" or all\ flubs, from time to time. The persons named are
build the team. This Is not to rbraten Potato dumplings heads of the orfinlratlona In mOlt caira. Change should be
v Cireen Puss Ikead Tray phoned to the NEWS
say the 55,300-seit municipal C '
Fruit Salad Beverage "
park Is all times better than o Alrohiiliri Annnymoui:
x A'ey '
the ball club but after the Mets' r POTATO IX'MPI' INGS New AA group, ,:U pn.Oriitlnil Friday at St. Ann's School

first home stand everyone talked I I cup old\ mashed potatoea'Sgs AA group, .8:10HrM p,m. Tuesdays and Fridays,
] HiptUt Cottage.Ameririn
well\ beaten
about the stadium Few talked Cancer Society Dr, Daniel Langley Z.USI
l 1 I. salt
about the Meta 1 i spoon sifted flour American Legion '. Tommy Kehee Z-6910
up American Legion Auxiliary Grate MrCooI Z.1 2Z1
The place was built for 1. 1' teaspoon baking. powder America Red (Cron henry Hoffman 2.3U9

the baseball fan and the pitcher 3 slices bread, cubed Apartment Motel An'n. ___ FA Best Z.36SS
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
even Manager Casey Stengel ,.e11tS. mL"' Mix together ihe potatoes, Hand Rnnntrri- ._ '. __ _Sandy hackney 2.4682
says so. It should also be good egg and nil. Sift. together the Beta Sl(ems Phi Drift N... Mrs. Ken Grond.hl 2.Un
for football if the Jets of the flour and baking powder and add, XI Beta Mrs Fred Hartford 2-2601
ILwre r. Reach C luh VNomen'e Golf Amn. Mra Wm. 8..hmu.krr 2.311U
American Football League don't beat well, In a heavy skillet,
FIRST BALL ih.oilod.uni Hoard of Keallori John R. Wood 2.S3st
wol named for William, A. dig their cleats too deep Into the NEW PARK FOR NEW BREED: This it how Shea Stadium the $25 million toast the bread slowly in die hot Boy Srnuti Ed awla".k Z-3837
butter until brown and crisp stir
I Shoo, attorney who pushed soft turf. home of the l last place expansionist Mets, looks'" from the $1\., 30 left field teals into mixture Prop mixture,; in 8 Hrookiideillit| A".n.lluiiinriiii Millard n..on .

the project. Very few people I talked to in the upper deck. Ninety'tin per cent of the 55 3)0 seals are located betweenthe portion, into 6 cupa "boiling and Prof Womee M,.. Jane Murray 2.5061

have complained that they foul lines water mixed with I teaspoon salt Chamber of Commerce (Ea V. P.) Dnld N. rfaff 2-AIH
Cheerful I.o.rn (Dirt) Club Member 2.ZS98
couldn't see," says Casey. What Cover Boll i I over moderate heat
Civilir Patrol
George Spencer Z.3U'
for 15 minutes without, lifting
the man means Is that every there will be room for 11,000 Civil llrfrnir, City Robert ender Z.UtO
drain. Cool
neat affords an unobstructed cover ; refrigerate. Civil Orfrnur, County .. Tommy K.hot 2.69SZ
cars." That's for 1968. At serving time. tine and brown Cont Guard; Auxiliary A. P. Ayers Z-19Z I Z.3U
view Meanwhile It takes more than in hoi butler.NEIGIIBORLI'. Collier ('o. Conner. Com, Caper Townsend Z.Z3I1'
"I don't know how the outfield an hour to empty the parking lot Collier Co. hem Club W. n. lI.nnl"1f Z.n98
'will be when It gets hard," says re Colin\ Co. Ilrm. Kx.: Cam. H. R. Snowball 2.321111
days and the Mets expect -
bit
on / Harlan R. Reno 2-3943
Casey, the eternal optimist. a few more 80,000 crowds LUN'llNice Collier To. Ini. Agents Leonard II. King 2-5143

Most people are wondering if like they had on opening day. To when Collier ('0, Sled Society J. C. Garland, M.I). 2-3656
It ever will get hard. The field wt,1 a few of your Collier Co. Mental Health Ann. J. F. Franklin I'h.l I 2-6964
name three dates they are the friend. come over. Collier ('0. T H. Thelma Cold 2-6962
Is on filled In ground and the May 31 Sunday double header Conxervatlon Officer Hen Whileheid 2-2471

drainage seems poor because against San Francisco's Giants Green Salad Plus Hot Rolls Contriclor'a AaaoclatlonCyprru F. It hchreck 2-4422
Purple" Plum Pie lleverige Grange Merton Snow wy 2-2072
some of nearby Flushing Bay,
the June 7 Sunday twin bill with
which Is salt water, Is only six the Los Angeles Dodgers and RUN SM!.AO PIUS DeMolayKanlern Walter A. Rrrhm 2-3H57

feet below the surface, sometimes ) All-Star 4 cups oiled wrens : Star _. Gertrud Gryphan 2.3818
the July 7 (a Tuesday V
less 1 2 cups thin strips Muenilecheeie r Fan: Naples Civic Ann. Wm. A. F.dwarda 2-9581
game Hka: Club W, Roy Smith 2-4758
"It should be a good plare for r
So this summer when you planto I.. 2 cup thin strips cooked hamI 1IL.hanlf'ub: \ G. V. Sweet 2-3416
pitchers," says Stengel. "The visit the World's Fair and cucumber, pared and licedIh
site of the park (it's 341 feet Girl Scout M,.. Alice Tlmberl.ke' 2-3630
Shea Stadium take the subwayor in1rrm.h Greater Naples Panhrllrnk Mrs Carl llaubrrMra. 2-S570
down the foul lines) takes a good Island Railroad. There's dressing und aeaxonmg
0t shot for a home run. It dependson tone I avocado, peeled and sliced Heart AMorlattonIllntorlcil C. R. Prarionn 2-4735
less frustration and only about Dun Society .. Fred llamlmMri. 2-6006
how the wind blows." eight miles of trark from Times Thinly sliced shallots or red Honpllil Service No l' linear anion 2-566
K M The Mets hit 61 home runs onion rings lionpiUl Service No. 2 Mri. Wm. Cricely; 2-45211
Station
a Square or Penn Humane SorlrlyJijbcei Mrs Lori Keller\ 2-5527
(Roger Marls did that alone one Gently tout together the salad
However the stadium Is the
FIRST RUB: Pirate Trainer year) In the Polo Grounds last greene, cheene hum and cuium- Hub (tan 2-4847
I Danny WKelon, minus a finest park In the major leaguesand her Tons again' with enough JiyrrnJayrrr Rob McDinlel 2-4609
table, hoi medicine spread year. This season they 'will do Casey Stengel hopes to stick I French drexiing to moiilen and Wives .. Mri. Beat Roe 2-4463
on welt to hit 30 In the Shea. They C -. ...-w-.. KlwaniaKnight Charleiodoplch 2-334
,
1100"'e around long enough to see some flavor adding mil, pepper and .
.. hit one In their first four of Its alluring charm rub off FIRST CON ..ERENCE To avoid confusion Manage i r aeaiionej suit if deaired.Ciarnuh Lake Park* of PTA Columbus Clifford Hill Humphrey Urniel .. 2-4225 2-4442

r 'l games. The opposition hit two. on his Mets. For the third Casey Stengel checks'" ground rules with Johnny with avocado and Hhallota or !l.lonn Dr. William Hi r ret I, Jr. 2-3735

Bob Friend, a Pittsburgh straight year they figure to finish Murphy, left, Mets' administrative assistant. and chief onion rings, Mukea 4 namlishservings MORN Auxiliary' Marlya Boyd 2-2647

pitcher since' : hiatus ___ __ .
starting says last In the National League pen umpire Tom Gorman __ F.vP.tt Kk.llhnm l.IMl

"It looks like a pitcher's parkto nant race, but they sure look Moose ., Dab lhllrh! 2.38S8

me. It has a good pitching like contenders In baseball's _. sh COrrH UREAk.AngeUood Multiple 1.1.11111 Service: haves hammer .5055

'l mound. You can get plenty of attendance race.School Naples ('{vie AllaOC'latlon' Frederick 1>. Ullhf.r Z.UU
."" leverage, and the fences are faraway Cake SlrawbcrrieaCoffee I Naples ('I."room Tcaeh.n Assn Mfl. llralldt Watson Z.3111
to ." se Tea Naples ('Ioddll' A.IIII. Rill! Grant Z.UST
{ e Naples Community Concerti Assn M. Ili 1I"ntoll Z.U77
It will take a lot of singles to MenusThe ANOri OOh CAKE Naples ('ommulllt hospital Aosn Mrs. A, R. Stal.J' Z.6IU
score runs In this three-tier s e 1 cup lifted cake flour Naplee Uupllcate Bridge Club A, A. Anderson Z.UIS
lr stadium. Publicity calls it five menu for the Naples Ju- 112. cup ..uar1I4cu"atIOtoI2)ellwhllea Naples Garden; ('Illb Mrs inks lIurllham Z.Z769
: nlr High cafeteria for the comIng 1 ) NIp!" Junior Worn.n' ('I,1t Map IIrndry Z.3939
tiers but that's counting the week will be: f. I 1,4 teaspoon aalt I Naples Orchid Society Mrs, Thelma Grotlldyke Z-3978

'JI lower level and the dining room Monday Barbecue on bun, I 1 '4 teaspoons cream of lurlut Naples Park Ares Aun, _-_ _. I Ir, Harold ltulpleu Z.222.

and press box sections which are green beans, tossed salad, 1 temptMin vanilla Naplee Players Jack Mn.m.r t.4Z12
(juarterhaek Club .
Naples hop Steele 2.51U
of the mezzanine. I 1,4 almond
FIRST DRINK:; With" no part sliced reaches, milk leiftpoim extract Naples Senior ,1I1..n._ __ ___ .Staley Bennett .stlA
Games figure to take longer In w Sift! together the flour and I 1,2
fountain, Tuesday Scalloped potatoes,
motor Pittsburgh
Naples Senior High l"fA Alan Foster 2.29U
I captain Bill Maieraikl sips the Shea than In most parks because with ham lima beans, green cup with: of sail the sugar. Heal. egg whitea Naples Shell Club __ a.._ Mre. 1I.I.n homer Z.Siu
and
cream nf larlur
catch-ai-catch-con. most foul balls enter the pepper strips, strawberry chiffon foamy.beat In vanilla almond until Naples Shrine Club\ 0.-.0 __ Pres. Carl ('I"mm.r Z.SlU

stands. Box seats crowd the foul pudding,biscuits and butter, extract and the remaining I cup Naples Tennis ('Iub Julius lesser 2.21:19:

t[ wl lines. The first three games with milk augur, 1 tableipoon, at a time, Naples Wom.II' Bowling Aeon. I.IIU.n Miller Z.U15!
42 WednesdayPizzapiewhole until mixture la very stiff and Naples WOIIIIII'II flub M,". J. (1. S..b.r Z.4078
2
Pittsburgh averaged hours kernel com,tomato wedge,fruit Sift the flour-augur mixturr North Naples Civic Aun. _.. George! r.I"lu; .50M3
of all the fouls
minutes because Jello, bread and butter, milk. I I.4 cup: at a lime overbeaten Organic Gardening nublor "W, Fla Reide IN Cell z.un

and singles Thursday Hot dog on bun, egg while, folding in a* r. n. t:. Sisterhood Mr. A. A. Anderson 2.415
The Cubs won a 5-1 game on potato salad, buttered peas you do .n, Turn into ungreaned Pilot ('Iub Mr. Randy hackney Z.UIJ
13 singles and 2 triples. It lasted brownies to-In.h tube pun, Duke in a moderate
celery strips, olives .
(150 degrees) 40) to R.publlr.n. of Collier Co. Murphy Combs 2.311'7
oven
2 hours 48 minutes. Only three milk. 41 minutes nr until cake.. lester Retired Persons, Americas A..II. of Frank HI.lr 1.2SIA
of 50 foul balls were In play. Friday Fish squares, hush inserted In RalarJ' nub Mlles Srori.ld 2.41231I.lnti..n
/ center come out _._. )) .
2.4870
Amy on 1'1"
buttered '
Early estimates had the puppies, greens, rice, clean Invert and allow cake .10 -
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stadium costing $14 million. This corrot strips, cornbread and hang for I hour. I Larsen aides h.do..I.'n I'TO Mo. George Uhl Z.UNOAI.
was Increased to $20 million In butter, ice cream and milk FIRST LADIES: Mrs Joan W Payson center the and center: of cake and ease out ; Anne Guild Mn. henry Lowe 2.371.
lady behind the Mets, and her companion Mrs. Edna with fingeri. Sunshine Shufflers Harold Glazer Z.ZZH
February. When the park opened Jot lIel .. Z.2185
Swamp Buggy ,
The at Shadowluwn\ tie.mrntary
menu
estimates reached$25'4 Stengel, get some first I hand baseball pointers from
April 17 for the coming week: Toutmut" Club Bruce Mumm 2.218'
million because of strikes and MondaySpaghetti w.meJt Manager Casey Stengel! Mother Of 11 Toastmistress (Iub __ _:_.___ binds .uch.1lI 2.6056:

labor's overtime demands sauce, cabbage salad, spinach, Burns Divorce .
toiled Fund G.n. C. Eo Jung t'2Z7
The big drawback about the french bread, peaches.TuesdayChicken
salad, sliced Papers Served Veteran: of Foreign W." Donald GllInple 2.31T
stadium Is the automobile traffic tomatoes, green beans, pudding Vet''II'.o' Foreign Ware Alii M,.. Dora liomherger Z-597
problem It existed before NVecinebdaytew -fcarrots, r Even Edna ApprovesAP I MISSION, Kan. (AP- IX'pii., Vitro Win. Jean Keefer 2.2181'Writers'

the stadium and adjacent World's kale, rice A gravy, cake w.coco. ty Sheriff I'd: DliKrave was a*. Forum Phyllis Luum 2.n83
nut icing. Newifeaturei' signed) to go t'J the home of a
Fair were built. Ads tell you how
Thursday- Mrs Harris' Exceptional "It'a lometrilng I could non vliuollie. ," layi Mri. Edna miiiliur of 11 who Is being uud
to reach the park by car by Class. Hut dogs, cabbage Stengel her enthuiioirlc approval of New Yerk'i Shoo Stadium, fur divorce and ifc'llver .a court .Gud i. my witness' While' the LOUISVILLE (AP) Robert

there are no signs in the 8,500- : apple, raisin salad, corn, I new $25 million home of the Mete who ore managed by her fomoul order restraining her from both burning took place, she prayed Long and hia 16-y.-old so
car parking lot telling you how potato chips, popslcle. 'I husband, Casey Stengel. erlng hor hudband.llo and blessed me. After the fire share the same firit names
to drive home. Friday .. Egg salad broccoli, "The cornier and facilities are something you dream" about," wibrnlttt'fl this report Fri. ritual was over, with burnt fin. One evening the telephone
The Mets blame this on the potatoes, peanut butter cookies odds'( Mrs. Srengel. "The park ll eo spacious il far eiceedi my diyi gets and a kind heart I lIen rang and a youngster asked to
,pectaioni" "She refused to take (the .um.rnnns her; and her last statement speak to Hob

city and because 1,500commuter The ""atchto"er of the Mri. Stengel attended the opening' game with Mr. Joan W. Pa/ and tolll l me It would nut wait 'I shall pray for you; "Do you mean Senior or

FIRST LETTER Carl cars use the parking area. And liniverie" 10 called by South I ion, the sportswoman who il the club'l vice president and .III El" Into her house Sh! loqueMs Junia"" asked Mr. Long.

Willey, Met pitcher: with the city failed to finish the parkIng American libenior Sum,n Bolfvar, biggest I financial, backer I hold the summon .a minute, Thomas Jefferson portraitappears "Neither," the caller replied.
I "Mri. Payien II full of enthuilaim that she "It like, and I did. She then took amairh on the $2 bill of the
wind broken |low, reads fan spare behind right field. But la 20.$61-foot El Chimnoraio 10 acting "The one I want I I. a aopho-
QMt: I..t| (fire to II1111(1, United States ,
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I Surplus Labor and Surplus WheatBy


.... SUNDAY. MAY 17. 1964 GIORGI HAGBDORW

I to labor ployment is most sevi i t'h,
speech I
In a recent sequence Is the same
Johnson I 11
Armed Forces Day president
leaders the agricultural area 4ruJ!

struggle for freedom in South Viet promised that, 1 If otheerHmmurea tidally high prices mi( ?L. tea.
-
I Yesterday, May 16, was Armed for will turn salable surpluses.The .
Nam Berlin South Korea and other areasis ployment fall, he
suggestion of a j 1.bUt
Forces Day In the United States. It replaces of steppedUPpublic
a 'forgotten war' But to those who to a program When you think works program as act, for
Army, Navy and Air Force Days- works. bears unemployment has &; the
now serve and to all of the American this approach
about It, of the
all three of which used to be held on resemblance to drawbacks farm rce:
people, this battle Is neither forgottennor a disturbing and futile> devices support program-and a 111le
separate dates. the wasteful The farm
finished. Indeed much for others. pr.-'j.'ram'
we are very been using
have
The late President John F. Kennedy we helps the more produi
with
deal' lye
aware of our commitment, of its gravity, several decades to
and well-off farmers
ably expressed the for Armed m but
reason
and of the need for continued sacrifice s. UT7fON .M agricultural surpluses President has doesn't give much help the
the
which effect
Forces Day in his proclamation In
and dedication ," that, If there Is an poor farmers on mar .uj
proposed
reads as follows of labor, the land. In a similar way, a t&.
A young man or woman in uniformdoesn't ;:. unsalable surplus lie works
"It Is most fitting that we set aside I4C government will remove that program "uld
look nearly as glamorous or stal' dv the market by probably make more jobs for
this day Armed Forces Day to honor : D V ,* surplus from public skilled and experienced nark-
wart in peace-time as they do when a buying It up with
the men and women who serve our coun y funds. This Is of course exactly ers It is hard to see how It
war is in progress. Americans sometimes r do much for the
in the Air Force Marine [ what we have been doing can un
try Army, Navy, '
adopt a sort of "the fire is out, let's get 0s" for many years with respect trained and Inexperienced
Corps and Coast Guard. certain agricultural who are the core of our un.
of
the fire trucks off the streets" attitude a to surpluses
"Today, our servicemen and womanare commodities.But employment problem.
toward members of the Armed Forces
of a sur-
serving throughout the world as when there Is no shooting going on. plus-whether the existence of labor or of Problems UnsolvedAs

guardians of the peace many of them But Collier Countians, as well as all 1' wheat-Is' evidence of some we have seen in the
L
away from their homes, their friends and Impediment to the operationof history of the farm program,
Americans, would do well to considerthat
their families. They are visible evidenceof ; normal market processeswhich one form of Intervention scads
one never really knows for sure would otherwise bring logically to others. Co. sub:
our determination to meet any threatto about a balance between sup over Individual action
when the "fire trucks" will be needed to proliferate
the peace with measured strength and ply and demand An open-end calmIs
put out a raging bill established against the pub.
high resolve. They are also' evidence ofa tN
There was no official observance of Artificial ImpedimentaIn lie revenues. New problemsare
harsh but inescapable truth that the v'i..
but the
products created ortjnal
farm ;
Armed Forces Day in this area, but as the case of
survival of freedom requires great cost .... the impediment Is clearly problem is never solved
individuals well take few .
might a
we
The acreage restrictions
support
and commitment, and great personal' h the government price
moments to consider and appreciate the y program. Farm pricesare which accompany the farm

sacrifice. value of Armed Forces maintaining "V' :R.'f:; r'sAYJ ;. .:. \( ..;:4.J :"'.:-._ .. ...> maintained by govern- price support program amountto
our in .. .. .. .._ ... ''( '-1 ''''''''' ".;- ::" "'''--' .
"It has been said by some that today's '1:! 1t. -c;.,: ment action at a level which rationing, among farmers
peace $ 4 to be produced of the right to produce
l ''m. ,.. would cause more
than could be sold The certain products Could it be

I A Long StoryTo 4t.y : '. 'r} '/t: a e I government trys to balance that we may eventually see
: :
t\j; ... ,,' ..- ,,_, this by paying farmers not government rationing of the
whom, and to what, do you pay The point is that drives for more to produce and It then accepts -' right to seek or hold a tob

taxes? economical government should not be Today the the obligation remaining of surplus.buy- I bulk The of President his speech devoted to urging the
IALTgg Ing up
The quick answer is the federal gov restricted to our $100 billion a year fed : peop1 WashingtonBy In recent years, about $4 bill- the labor leaders to use re-

ernment. But that isn't the end of the eral establishment, vital as that Is. Local : i.n ..the, Ion of the taxpayers' money stralnt In their demands for
for wage and fringe benefit Inc
: The has been spent annually
story not by a very long shot. agencies can be mighty expensive, too- these activities. creases. He! may have spoiled

For instance, the Oregon State Tax and in some cases mighty wasteful.If pToics I 1 I news ASSOCIATEDPRESS In the labor market a variety his intended effect by adding

and safe bat that I of laws and pressures what can be taken as a prom.
Commission -. it's a to have
we are ever true .
economyof
have resulted In a wage level ise that, if they fall to exercise
Oregon is a fairly typical I state has operation in public agencies it must A Service Your biKtor of McdlciiKour ., LOS ANGELES (AP) Col.a LOOKING UP Last month higher than would have occurred such restraint, the government

compiled a list of taxing bodies. They be pursued right down to the smallest Florid\ Lad Medical Medial A+snruuon.Society, Hid Ih. umnlst Walter Winchell suf. the nation's industrial produc. In a free market. This will mop up the
fered a neck Injury In Los An. tlon recorded Its biggest ad. Is especially true In the unskilled resulting labor surplus by an
number 1,207. Included are schools, local 'level of government.With THAT COMMON COLD geles Friday when another car vance In almost a year-a full occupations, where the expanded public works pro-

cities, fire districts, water districts, ceme several runoff elections to be struck the rear of his, police re- point on the Federal Reserve current Incidence of unemnnnnnnnn- gram.

districts counties parks and so on. decided here The common cold ii the ported. Board's Index. .. ... .., .. I r
tery on May 26, Collier Coun commonest of all communicable Winchell, 67, was treated at Steadily increasing output of

Each of these, to some extent, has and tians may want to determine how the diseases" and the commonest Central Receiving Hospital. auotmoblles, furniture and other
of all illrwfwei afflicting and ReviewsJack
Views
uses the power to dip Into your pocket- various candidates stand on economy in mankind. It outnumbers any consumer goods characterizedthe

book. other disease about 25 to 1. It DJDIO, Calif. (AP) Singer advance. Output of Iron and ...... ., III ... ." .. rr OJ r r
government. has been estimated the average Dinah Shore Friday sued her steel Increased, and there was

.......,....,,.......... .. rs' American has about three a second husband, Maurice Increased demand for all typesof Benny, TV commedlan:
?:f II year Smith, for divorce In Indlo, business equipment.The "I feel better now at 70 than I did at 39. Anyway, its

U1mtI There is still no drug specifically Calif. The couple have residedfor April output of factories, too late to throw me out now I'm too old to retire."
effective against the the past year in nearby mines and utilities was 29.2 per
.
virus of the common mid Although Palm Springs cent higher than the averagefor
cold in Itself is not
a Miss Shore's suit said her the 1957.9 period. On theboard's
serious, several of its complications contractor-husband caused her index, production Increased Herman Talmadf, Senator (D., Ga.): ,

. . ... ... .. come involved are Infection with the may sinuses M "great and grievous mental anguish from 128.2 in March to "It would be unthinkable to deny the right of trial by

OPINION or any part of the respiratorytract and suffering." She and 129.2 in April, the biggest gain Jury If we are to preserve liberty In America.

or with the eyes can or Smith were married May 26, since mid-1963.
The Fisherman Risk kidnevs Maintenance of general 1963, and separated five days ROMANIAN TALKS: A high. Lyndon Johnson, President:

Marriage: The result of a man getting health by correct, eating ago, the complaint said. level Romanian delegation has "It Is essential that we maintain surveillance and know
exercise.and the .
proper '
'.'Piner'q. Lament. hooked with his own line. t .amount of sleep Are important Mlss'Shore divorced cowboy. arrived In Washington to begin whether any missiles are "being shipped Into CUba. We nVB I
; LTH.OOvuRNlva (N.Y.) TUBVNE-FRESS- .' as preventive! of the common actor George' Montgomery May economic and political talks maintain our reconnaissance and over-nights
The fat man who !lookt at the menu and col
tight tr tr tr Treatment of a cold Is assdciaUni rlage. She has two children, Vice Premier Cheorghe Gaston .
To the hovering waiter he bravely replies, with a few simple rules Melissa Ann, 16, and John Da. Marin, chief of the delega. Averell Harrlman, Undersecretary of State:

"Left cut all then calories down to one Proof PositiveA which most teople do not follow vld Montgomery, 9. tlon, said Romania Is primarily "Wherever there Is weakness, there Is clanger of com )
Going to bed 1 at the first Interested in Improving trade munist aggression"
mathematical
A budget Is merely a
Put the a la carte before the horse of symptoms of a cold is the best NEW YORK (AP) Julio relations.
confirmation suspicions
your advice. Staying in bed helps
-THE LAnEs (MICH.) COUNT Paul PA. OAKLAND News Lobo, 65, whose Cuban sugar Niklta Khrushchev, Premier of
-THE PITTSBURGH ( ) cure a cold in two ways: by taken ---- Russia on his 70th birthday"I
empire was over by Fidel
keeping energy expenditure at Castro In 1960, said Friday In Hard work an accumulation am satisfied with my wife, with my destiny I
a minimum and bv making it of climbed the ladder of life without rungs"
easier to regulate the body New York he was "very happy" eur things we don't do wbea I skipping any
that anti.Castro we should.
guerrillas raid.
at so as to avoid
other's chilling and i its consequences, ed and damaged a mill he once .-- -- ---- -
.say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Also staying in bed is a benefitto owned.

others as it prevents the "The guerrillas are heroes Historical ,
cold victim from spreading his and patriots," he said. COLLIER COUNTY I
infection As most people "Friends have been callingme.

I know, the earliest symptoms They say how sorry they By KURT GRIESSHABER AND SOUTHWeST FLORIDA
of cold is
a a feeling of dryness -
a and irritation in the nose are. But I am not sorry at all. rr'' ---- -- -_. -- .A
and throat often experienceda If It helps the fight against Castro .

full 24 hours before other I would like every one of
symptoms appear" my mills to be burned to the I lustrations( By The Author
Colds are transmitted from ground"

person to 'person chiefly by Lobo now makes his home In
droplets given off from the New York.
nose and throat in sneezing,

coughing and talking This is GETTYSBURG Pa. (AP) -
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why it is not only courteous
Former President Dwight D. I
but scientific
a preventive mens
I
ure to cover sneezes and coughs Eisenhower was found to be In a 1 find nothing. Could It have
with a handkerchief good health after his annual I been an old pirate ship

ph>'steal checkup, his office In From accurate: expe rlence we

It Is I not who Is right but what t; Gettysburg, Pa., reported| Fri. i oral iao swlrst have found that ships sunk

Is right, that Is important. day r fuwKOSFttJytA, around 1720 have already a

Y. tsoo.goo quarter-Inch\ coral rock grown

t'4's 11 e ;. WAX A53 CATS 1 on their objects. The original

1 M E ICE' STEALTHY wood wrecks mostly rotted In

G.tMS.tELTIC. the first 150 years leaving etc

ACROSS 'JihdlLnd ..ATTEMPT.Mt II r 4 >,11 \ erythlng else In the sand faa

1 olrolllhi: 'JII S.IUIII' OD RIP SORB silized. Wrecks have been accurately
rRAILER.NALA Identified from cannon
tall 'JY (.IIUI of
3. IAN rues lIIolrlllL hsliID. ea' FORK .RtENTE.R and relics So-calledscien'
They took our low bid for that tower at Pica! r
lIuII. city jj l\l'l'tt PEEK .AVA.5T lists think It takes 1,000 yearsto

..... AMMiriU IMIMYNLIIYe l I. (;arden abrulphlus OW RE LCGS .. grow a quarter of an Inch

34.I.ullabv Ron PIG TOM :4 of coral rock in a reef tut we
13 Dlnglt H. l'coIco.k
TROPIC.AL.OwE have seen that coral can grow
U hau and buurrfmsellussrd
John White American Artist lledu
over a wreck In centuryor
a
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STveERE.ANTSOLUTION broken
36. \Ncet16 THE WRECK a piece off the long$( objects '
The fine arts in English America got set a high standard for the pictorial \rolb Ihllllt scented : and tied a rope to It. two (>e conclude that 05'.
OF YISTUDAY PUZZLE
off to a One start in 1585 when John representation of Indian life Popularized 17. J'IP par- closer (\ve feel that our readers I. surface, The long objects ails are not u old u some u>

White, an English artlit who accompanied through deBr)"'. engravings, they 110111I1'111 .18.OenhsI8 DOWN 6. Scott will this rove to l* cannon ill rhortties think.)
Raleigh's first colony to the coast helped to stimulate a romantic interestin \lId not 39. Full 01I heroine enjoy true Historical ever with grown The night U windy SPJ. the
of North Carolina, drew pictures in America and spurred Englishmen I Y. nlaioll, chicks 1. Soil drinks experience) coral We have a pou4:
watercolors of animal, vegetable, and and other to explore and settle on 21. IIIIUlt 4t1 .\rdultC.2l. :2. I'apahnl 7. SecondS Ue have Found that the ocean s rob piece now on board our ocean roars. The waves next:

human lift in America. The original these shores Other Englishmen, including : I.,.. cape intel curse ;3 Keepsake l'sir\ around full moon Is usually calm 'cot, It would take a crane the beach Incessantly. The It
are in the British Muieum Lad week Sir Francis Drake made. paintings 23. I'.dronten: U Fencer I 4. Grog 9. Cossack for two or three days. we" "i ',a rit to lift that cannon day when we set out sgs

the results of White's artistry were and drawings of Indian life but none cono'I! .\rulllilH. 5. Part of &the cavalry have been scanning the botum 'v' **** u would cost many Is very choppy. Vve can'see

made available for all to tee when The of the early artists equaled White in Tilt 4J: Ilnest none Iqu.ldrunl theater with our glass tub, Now our "*. ttot value of the relic only about a yard with our g ..u
American Drawings of John While, skill, It is a tribute to English and try 'rtag It we tub. Visibility U poor she
up
be less than
boat start to
lights must over
H71'liSO were published. a joint en- American scholarship that so fine a t 1 J 4 5 1 'mfc small coral sands have shifted and we it
terprlM of tht University of North publication hat been brought to such a.ucceasful 0 9//.. J) I'rohibi 20 ft, of water. We have best a 'x.'... objects with to locate our wreck.So .
As Sir Frank llonisis drifting several hours veer .ltr.'hat next' Was
Carolina Press and the British Museum completion. "ro II uI. the
with both British and American scholars' Francis, director of the British Museum ..; 17 Power quite a few reefs. Do you notice r e AI.: ship we return home but tt

contributing editorial and historical said in presenting a copy to Mrs. Lyn- "I., 20. Reservoir those coral ofeejuthe "C sjnd severs! hours anticipation was fun whiie]
material to the munificent twovolumework. don Johnson at the White House (recently 7i4I 21 Larch long telephore p *. >z'4ex up worthless odds and lasted. Perhaps sone-i)

. ], this I la a "happy example of 'I- If 0 Ig4i 23 Large mats down there' Vte also lee w- weOs 'r'I((, the old ship Now someone else will spot ;-&
The White drawings, used for engravings international cooperation."-Tht Washington of Ice OHI ''w the lea wreck and reveal its !Ider '1'r.
eral oval shaped stones w i1* getting roughw -
by Theodore deBry la 1390, Posh I I' ll0l1 J4Ioedln bottom unlike the w ds. distance a dark
N aicr natural cent sky
IJ 25 Seaweed formations. Drop the and**, N."., A skills coming up !

. Please Pass The AspirinWhen ;; 26. Loisuf quick! Could we be over MI "4 try to mark the location

1. IS. l. 11 : speech old wreck? wet"_ 1.k1antly head for shoe .

aspirin first appeared 71 yean What brought all this to mind WAS the 20 l' JJ JI 'lIT 27 door ropers *We hurriedly don face mul '''fry'rf right books we plow through our
and take Iron bars and sll/fe on the area and
life was rather simple. Hardly anyone news that one aspirin maker had just 29 Tailors '
ago, f Jf over the side of the boat and r r !
stamped out tablet Xo 100 billion-A sure > 0 iron
had ever heard of Viet Nam, a "cold curiously reminiscent of a feverish! 30. Los al swim down. Breaking off sorra -. I '

war" could be t battle with a balky coal Government's annual outa\s.! No wonder u 31 35 31 Mineral I of the coral rock show brown : Vr't4a1 .

stove, the Government was living on less American consume 44 million of the little 3 deposits iron marks My partner grunts ,.; -. ..' ,
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tax white pills rlav, over 16 billion a ; 32.1 lise>slon with delight. The round stores MANY Oll) StW .
than $400 million a year. No income every or --4. 34 doubt were ballast S
Spill no
deadline loomed, on April 15 or any other year. And still that headache won't go / 37 Sprite from an old ship which stones nationality9 LIE IN CAPE AO..AIoJ IOti

day. away. $t. Augvitin Record ,. 38 Sled (BALCO) ctC o
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Announce PairingsFor :: !i iiLag Today's For Qualifying The End: e

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= In City TourneyAbout

Lady Golfers' : a 20 golfers have shot
0' iHftlng rounds for the City
U I implonshlp( Golf Tournamentt
Invitational be completed at the Beach
Play Club within the next few weeks
v Today 1 is the last day for ax>W.
Pairings for the Naples Beach Pat cry to shout qualifying rounds
ers Fonana
Club women Golfers' ; ,Lehigh Acres: Pairings and brackets will 1* . . . . . . . .
Janet
"Invi Freeman, Fort Myers:
tational Tournament" schedu Sue Settle, Lehigh Acres. di :awn following J loda) 's play and
fie first round matches are to
led for Tuesday, 19 have 6:28 t. : 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5
May Claudeen Nease, Fort meet a deadline of Sunday May S lundsy, May 17
been announced as follows: Myers, Am Campbell, Lehigh '4, Second round matches are "

Acres; Helen Gagnon,Fort My. to be completed b)' May 31, thirdr
FIRST FLIGHT ers; Julie Hagan, Fort Myers. und by June 7, and the finals
8:00 Vera Berg, Fort My 8:35 Jenny Jones, Cypress by June 14.
ers; Ginny Edwards, Naples; Lakes; Mary Swartz. Fort My # }'t Dick Robert, the defending

Peg Searl* Cypress Lakes; Dot ers; Iris Truelove,Fort Myers. c'-antplon, automatically heads
Conover, Fort Myers. P1 the list of entrants and Is nut -
8:07 required to short a qualifying
pony West, Cape Co- SECOND FLIGHT J.
ral; Eleanor !leon 8:42 Newlin round.
,
Cypress Carlye Cypress Others who have qualified in.
Lakes;Sarah Prather,Fort My- Lakes; Mary 1., Schmuc- L chalet W. WuocMll, A. liaikett, |
ers; Alice Bmrnflel, Naples ker, Naples; Elsie Bens, Naples I : F- F Blair, L. Grimes, W. Eik. /4
8tl4; Clara Dunn, Fort My- ; Ruth Sanders Cypress ard, F. GrU 'old, H. Sloltag.F.

ers; Helen Eckard, Naples; Lakes. Fake, H. Saiuhelli, G. Flail, __
Helen Tulpon, Cypress Lakes; 8:49 Mollie Hackett Naples It. Wallingford, C. Brumriel.L.

Molly Morris, Fort Myers. ; Naomi Johnson. Naples; Lefferson, A. Waghorne,R.Kpen.
8:21: JaneTurner.FonMy- Marlon Smith, Fort Myers; cer and E. Anderson
Agnes Ewswychtk, Fort Myers. Frank Grlswohl, posting a
a gross 79 In a qualifying! round,
8:56.
Mary Barclay.Naples
; served notice he will be In con.
Women Golfers
Joyce Hart, Fort Myers; Doris SIMPLE SOLUTION -Jim Barth li only trying ai an anchor man to ho'd' the tendon for top Minors Jerry

Entertain Men Duffala, Cape Coral; Wilma lUrting; block for Bob Hamilton of Ranum High School In a milt relay net at Denver, Colo Fke with 73: also proved that
Post, Cypress Lakes. _he will lx tough competition for
At Beach ClubOn 903 Mona Becker Naples; the defending champion
Inez Gerbtg. Lehigh Acres, Pairings and brackets will\ >fI #
Wednesday\ May 13 the Kiwanis Over Cleaners 15.2
Romps
I
Beach Club women golfers! entertained Nancy Hovey, Cypress Lakes; posted on the bulletin board at
Ruth Flesh, Cape Coral. the Beach Club for rontPMaiils
the men's association
In a mixed foursome In which 9:10 Mary Chance, Naples In the tourney, Beach Club Pro

names for partners were drawn ; Velma Randall, Cypress Holland Salley Close To Nailing Paul Boll announced

from a hat, and really"mixed", Lakes; Inez McCune, Naples, NEW YORK (AP) "There'sno _
Later, a barbecue was held at Marguerite Dalton, Lehigh bench in the bull pen" ob-
the pavllllon outdoors by the Acres. lervedpitchmi roach MellUrder r u

pool at the Beach Club Hotel 9:17-: Almee Capelle.Naples; an hour before the Meta' were to s ,li,
First low gross of 84 was won Kay Radabaugh, Naples; Jerry First-Half Little League TitleSTANDINGS play Pittiburih In the opening
by Mrs E.V. Brumflel and Wll. Han, Fort Myers; Barbara jams at Shea Stadium.
Ham Henderson. Second t prize Fahrney Cypress Lakes. The previous night thieves
went to Mrs. Wilbur Erkhardand Holland Salley Jumped. on hit of the game Hartford took
Richard Sowers for their 85. 9:24: Irene Roland Naples, W L pitcher Dell in the third with over the league batting leadership made Relief off with the benches.both STILL I KICKING I I Lou Gross one of the great
LaTelle Dixon pitchers on teams
There was a tie for low net In Naples; Ruth Holland Salley 6 0 one out. Joe Gratton doubled With his perfect day at bat. used folding teats for the Pint pro Held goal kickers, "bool." a prop football after signing I
which Mrs. Lester Grimes and Burgess Cape Coral, Edith Standard Oil 4 2 and scored on David Barley's Rayburn singled In the sixth and I I few ,amen his Lath contract with the Cleveland Browns. He li 40.
Welch, Cape Coral.
Eddie Anderson carded a net Jaycees 2 4 two-out single. Ray Bass walk- scored on a fly ball for the final <
68 as did Mrs. Ethel Andersonand Exchange 2 4 ed, Bruce Griffin singled to run.
Lester Grimes. THIRD FLIGHT Senior Little
occurred Klwanls 2 4 tie the score, and Bill Rayburn Dill Tucker pitched the last League
A tie In second low 10th Tee
between Trail Cleaners 2 4 singled In two runs to make It three Innings for Holland Sal-
net Mr. and Mrs. Wll. 8:00: Marianne Royals, le-
fred Wuoclill and Mr. and Mrs. 42. ley and was credited with the
high Acres Irene Jones Na
; Holland Salley's White Sox The losers made It close with
Homer Dixon who both shot a victory. Alfonso Doesn't SeemTo
net 70. pies Lusk,Sara Cape West.Coral.Naples; Alice took a big step toward the Lit a run In the fourth on Robert Ducky Walker pitched a Young

tle League first-half champion Cross' single and a double by three-hitter as Kiwanis roll
WEEK AT 8:07 Jo deBordenave, Cypress ship Friday night when they Hartford, his third straight ed over Trail Cleaners. Walk
TIllS Lakes; Marge Civilian. rallied for four runs In the
lost his shutout In the fifth
CAMBIER PARK Naples, HazelGladding,Naples: third Inning and defeated see er Inning when the losers scored Care What Leaaue He's In
Joyce Franzese, Cape Coral. cond-place Standard Oil, 5-3.
LITTLE LEAGUE Little twice on two errors and Roger ..,
8;14 Mildred Needleman, A Standard victory would have League
Monday, :I ,Klwanli>eJoIycees; Johnson's two-run single.An .
7.13, Holl.indSalley.TraU! Fort Myers; Ida Wiley, Cape resulted In a first-place tie, error and David Vahon's BY DAVID LYON Division game In Naples, toss Bruce McCarthy, who had
ers. Coral; Eula Jorgensen, Cape The White Sox, by winning, are Averages double were Ingredientsas ed a flve- 1II1n1l no-hitter at three hits and scored four

Wednesday, 5:13 I Holland Sal- Coral; Dot Stevens, Naples. two games In front with four Kiwanis score three runs Carlos Alfonso, last year's the Pirates. Light tier walkedsix runs, led off the Reds' fifth

Icy-Jjyceos; 715, ExchangeStandardOil. 8:21 Dot Adams, Naples; left In this half Kiwanis join Through FrIday's games In the first Inning. Ducky Flow Little League batting champion and struck out five with a single. Al Hackney

Jennie Stagner, Cape Coral; ed three other teams In a big 12 or more at bats ers hit a leadoff double U Kl has moved up to Senior Singles by Alfonso and walked, Roger Mann reached
Friday, r>:13, KlwujilsW>tandjrd Marty Gllliam. Cypress Lakes; third-place tie Friday by wanls added two more runs Little League and arrears Llglitner!: and Jackie Van Du- base on an error, Daryl Lyon
Oil; 7.13, Trail Cleaners. Ex. Ruth Slmc Lehigh Acres. thumping Trail Cleaners. 152. AD II RP Avg In the third. It was the first to have made the transition sen's double, helped the Dodgers tingled In two runs, and Glen-

change SOFTBALLTuesdiy 828; Louise Powers, Naples Kiwanis meets Jaycees at Hartford 18 1117 ,611Gratton of four st ralght hits bv Flowers much faster than the nor score four times tn the first Thornton singled In two more.

7:30 Publix-Stone ; Helen Shearer, Cypress 5:15: at Cambler Park on Mon 24 1315 ,542 The winners added five runs maI13- ar.old ballplayer. Inning. Van Dusen hit a lead- Lyon came backandslngledac
93,SUhlman-Troplcs, ; Lakes; Myra Kessler, Lehigh day, followed by a 7:15 encounter Barley 19 9 17 ,474 tn the fourth and three In the On Friday nh, Alfonso hita off home run In the third a* ross two more runs In the sixth
Acres Jackie Coral. between Rayburn 16 7 8 ,437 the winners scored five more The Cubs obtained seven hits
Thursday, 7:30, Puulix. tahl. ; Kay Cape Trail Cleaners fifth Klwanls scored In every home run and two singles as
8:35: Clara Jackson, Fort and Holland Johnson 17 7 7 .412 runs Alfonso hovered la the off three Reds' pitchers. Fernando -
man; 9:15: TrtgdcaSlote> Salley. inning Johnson had two of Cypress Lodge Dodgers: blanked -
.. SfcMOU; .LITTLC LEAGUE Myers; Jeanne Whlsnant, Le Standard Oil jumped off to 'D. limiter '20 e 7 ,400 Tra1 .cleast'ts''T111'ee' ) '' ':,' Lawyers Abstract Service fourth with, a man on base. Rlvero and Jay Faulkv
Wednesday, 5.30: Dodgers. high Acres; Margaret Grimes, a two'run: lead In the second Arthur 13"", ,5 6 :,385 Pirate,' iJ4"0, in the ,Senior Elks, |tadd, defending Senior ner each' Had two CM\ MtsV
CUb; 8, Pirates-iteds.! Naples Inning Friday when Gary Hartford Flowers 21 7 9 ,333 Division's season-opener. Alfonso Little League champions, ral- Thornton,last of the Reds'hurlers -'

Friday, 5:30, Hed.s.Dodfers; 8, 8:42: Mantle Tooke, Naples, singled across two runs. Tucker 18 6 12 ,333 Pete Runnels also reachedbase once on lied for four fifth-Inning runs was credited with the victory -
Cuhs.PlratpsSaturday Dot Reynolds: ,Cape Coral; Mur- Two walks and Tim Dell's single D, Fry 12 4 4 ,333 and he scored four and turned back Collier Coun ,
5:30: Rpd>-Cubs; 8, iel Rovla, Cypress Lakes. had loaded the bases. Allen 19 6 13 .316 Dislikes Bench, an error, ty Motors Cubs 10-6ln Fri- AI Hackney got the Reds off

DIKlgerh.Plratl'I.! Winters 13 4 6 .308 To Get ReleaseLl'FKIN runs Dodger pitcher Don Light-!: day's nightcap The Cubs hada to a good start In the first inn-
Bass 17 5 12 ,294
In his first Senior 5-4 lead until the Reds Ing with a two-run homer.
JlaU 17 5 10 ,294 Tex. (AP) Pete nero playing staged their rally. Hackney doubled In two more
Daniels 17 6 6 ,294 Runnels said Friday night he
The lhillies won" 87 games In. runners In the third.
Vachon 15 4 6 ,267 was glad he had been placed on 1963, six more than they won In Play .In Senior Division resumes -
Griffin 19 5 9 ,263 waivers by the IloiiNton Colts be- l2. They moved from seventh Wednesday at 5:30.when
0, Cowles 20 5 7 ,.50 cause he didn't want to sit on place In the National league to the
Dodgers meet the Cubs The
the bench SoftballAverages
Llndabury 16 4 3 ,250DeLand fourth
second game matches the PIrates -
17 4 5 .235 and Reds
Rogers: 1-1 3 3 .214

Slua 14 3 2 ,214 PLAY BETTER GOLF
Provenzano 19 4 5 ,211 North Miami Wins

ya ie r King 15 3 2 ,200 Hy Tommy Armour
: Florida High AA
of
t tI HI1 Runs produced, total Through Thursday's games
runs scored and runs batted In. 16 or more at bats Baseball Title

Short Shots AD II .
Avg.Schulthels
North Miami la the new Class
1'I d 20 12 ,600 AA Florida High school baseball
; 10UK one little bit of advice will
Parker 17 10
,588
JUST champion. It won the title Fri
lot of headache for
a Wheeler 24 13
PHARMACISTSPEAKS .1542 day night with an extra-Inning,
you on short sliotn': Keep Wolf 16 8 SOO 5.4 victory over Went Palm

Keep your left arm straight D, Weeks 28 13 ,464 Beach Forest Hills Safasota.,
vv. I left from your knutklt to Bennett 215 It ;\.40\ Dunedin won the Class A title
j your0h0UIdrrandII Weeks with a 21 victory over Pensa..
armstraight V, 28 12 ,420
BY
LI I .swinging/ toward the hole. Rice 18 7 .389 cola Tat at Palatka
o GENE II Often the ordinary golfer Pease 00 10 ,3e5 Hot*rt Webb scored the win
J' and filng run fur Forest Hills when
McLAIN 1 lets hi* left elbow and Flower 26 10 ,:IRS
he singled In the eighth, went to
swinging wrist .buckle and (flips !
Polly 16 6 ,:l75D third on a single by David liar.
I t., ,I I hit right hand into the Askew 26 0 ..146MurlIY rlngton and scored when David
shot'hat's fatal Keep 2" 9 ,333 Yates came In to relieve and)
i the hand going toward the hole Stahlman II 9 ,321 threw the ball away. The came
By Gene MtLalnDcupit That'a easily done when you Van Hall\ 7t9 e ,316 was scheduled for seven Innings.
think of maintaining: a straight. Tihi 26 8 ,308 Dunedin scored both Its run
line from your left thmildrrvjhru Liles II e ,2M on errors Jim Demerltte and
the fact that Jim Davis crossed the plat.
shaft of club x 7
the your llaynes ,280
gout lutr,,.,. art popu.larly Tate's run scored In the sixth
ai you hit those snort shots Ifllne 11 5 ,278
pictured, a* payingId when IIhbrt'Ilnp Dill Cunningham
and follow thru IIlmer 1. 5 ,278
Keep your
for inordinate.ly singled Wallace Arnold home,
penalty right shoulder twinging RaIlS ft 8 ,273 ....
I high living, ouch I la not under the thin you have Swiss 7/ a .273 -

Iht ran*. Gout In a form kid! steady. lIartnert 18 8 ,261Klssee

WANT TO KEEP A HORSE AT HOME? of defect arthritic In the disease body and thtm.Ixlry las S teat bJ Tlu <.hli:>4. Tnbuiw 20 18 5 4 ,250SAlmet ,250Bickford EXCLUSIVE AT RAR

which intrraurs the 26 e ,240Schnucker
urif arid in the blond and 22 5 ,227C Our SpecialIndividuality

FLOCKS "H" AND "I" OF PINE RIDGE EXTENSION ARE ZONED TO PER. liMiiri. Instead of being l Kelly 28 8 ,214

cirnrd off In normal fashion -- in .
MIT THE KEEPING OF A RIDING HORSE (or your pet pony).
by the kidneys. the

Drive out today. Only 3Vi miles north of the Naples city limits on U. S. 41. uric arid in gout rlrllmicryitalliiv NOW..WASBIHGTOH GIFTS
and _ln 1 For details, see any Naplei Realtor in the rartilagt the base Accessories

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of rtiultlng the big Inflammation till where the l lon II .J, walla, :; 't.' MAKES MORTGAGE LOANS ON Antiques


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Gout, a hick I I. probably ,
sine hereditary, it meet prvsl A PROPERTIES Furniture

l hat among mm and the HlHtJOH flOlltlmuKiHt leant en commorclol' and roildtntlal Upholstering

critical ages ire 30 to St notitH wioniWtTI P'ePMtes-epertmenb-toep.' ., "..-. Draperies
Ridg Perhaps the kinjtit thing TO Tout tfQUIIflwTJ, condominium' Leant for refinancing Carpeting/

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i 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday. May IT, ItU h BPW To Seat Carthage,College

H Moves Its 2% Ton

talr.a stir Jr L- -,estr.aawu raa.awr.aaw New OfficersThe
i d d Excuse For Kiss

Business and Professional CARTHAGE, HI.-(AJ>) -Car.
MARCO *gfc Women' Club wlU hold Its regular thagt College Is moving to Ken.

monthly meeting tomorrow osha WIs., this summer and the
NEW 5 evening at 6:30 o'clock at the
BY DIANE BOWER, ) males are taking along their
Beach Club 19th Hole
excuse for kissing girls.
lcraaeiro! ,.merattt r-uanaes. __wIwtewa. w. a wr.rt. coal New officers will be Installedas /i-ton For 51 years, college tradition

Mr. and Mrs Stater and Mr. solved and a Community Parent part of the business meeting has had It that coeds caught stt-

Rlske of New York, and Naples, Teachers group has been formed. It was arnounced. ting on a large chunk of granite
fished with Captain Bob Kerr Ruth Rimes Is the president of the situated on the campus were
this week, and caught an 18-pound organization;Kathy Johnsonvlce. Cruise Club Beach obliged to submit a quick, but
snook-Texas style. The leader president; Lois Howard, secretary firm, buss.
got head and hung In Its gllls.Thcy Mr. and Mrs Tom Wllllamsof men equipped with a wrecker
also saw a panther swimming Gainesville brought Bonnie John to Cruise Club Beach will hoist the 2Vi-ton' rock on a
across from Caxambus Pas to son home Monday night. Bonnie Party Is to be held on May truck and head north td the new
an Island. They watched until It came through her knee operationJust 20, 5-9 p.m. at the Edgewa- campus on the shores of Lake
disappeared Into the wood. fine and hopes to be off her '4 L' ter Beach Apartments Gulf Michigan. ,j
Earl Cameron Is home from crutches by June 2nd. ; Shore Boulevard.
the Naples Community Hospital The dredge and dragline are Club members are requestedto Nowadays some sponge-cake ,
and Is feeling much better. working night; and day on the new ? F 1 use the area on the north type recipes call for whole eggs 1 j
Mr and Mrs. Cameron were development fur the Marco Island beaten until tiff. If you are using -
of the buildingto
It Is and south side of this sort, have l
Corporation. beginning to a recipe
visited their and daugh
by son "
NEWLY ask-
INSTALLED OFFICERS of and
the Naples are
their cars
ter-in-law and grandchlldrenMr. shape up. The canal is being dug park !the egg at room temperature so
and Mrs, Robert CameronBud.dy f to 10' below the low water Woman's Club Woman's Club are shown following the ceremonythis Home And School ed to avoid the parking area !they'll beat up to the best vol. It

Sharron, and Michael from level, and the dike has been week at the Naples Beach Club Hotel. They FredricksonAs reserved for guests. urn. '""
Fort Myers. raised almost to the old house are from left Mrs Richard A. Jentzch, past president Names .

SCHOOL NEWS where the Rimes' family had Of EvergladesMeets and installing officer; Mrs J. G. Seaberg, New President -

Another new student, Kathy lived The for house jears Harvey le-elected president ; Mrs Carl Hauber, first vice- St. Ann's Home and School
Kramm, enrolled In the Tommle Stephens has piesidont: Mrs. John Franklin second .
been living In Is the first tube ; vicepresident Association held Its final meetIng
Bar field School In the fourth torn down. Mr.Stephcns has livedin Tuesday ; Mis. Merrill Boynton, third vice-president ; of the year last Monday ev

grade. the house for many years. He Miss Dorothy Davis, recording secretary ; Mrs. ening. A large; group of parents
Monday, May 18, will be the and Ruth and Dennie will be moving EVERGLADKS- Ever Robert Fettle, treasurer; Mrs. Frances Hill, corresponding attended and enjoyed a cover
last School Savings Day for this to the Barfleld Farm.ISLANDER glade; Woman's Club will meet secretary. (McGrath photo) ed-dish supper prior to the meet
year. The School Savings pro. Tuesday, May 19, at 8 pm.lnthe
gram will continue when sihuol club room In the Everglades Ing.The following officers were
starts again this fall. Mr. and Mrs Ted Henson and Municipal building. elected for the coming yearB.E.

The Marco Island Parent Te. young von Teddy, were guests of Mr. C,11. Collier will Install Retired Persons To Meet TuesdayThe "Swede" Fredrlckson, resldent; j
rhers Association held Its last the Islander Motel this past week. the newly elected officer Tom Porter, vice president;Con
meeting Tuesday, May 12thwlth Mrs. Benson found a white Murex nie Pettit
The paramount interest of the secretary; Vern Aurlt,
Ruth Rimes of Goodlaiid pre Cabrlttll on the Marco beach. Woman's Club this has been regular monthly meeting 1 Ing Nurses Association, and a treasurer.Out .
siding. Mr. and Mrs. Mac M<'Cully of community service.year The ,of the American Association of visiting nurse will be presentand going President Vern Aur.
The school picnic,given for the Fort M>ers, and friends from Invited to hear RlchardStokes publicIs ,Retired Persons will be held at explain the activities of the it discussed the accomplishments i
school children, will be held at Tampa, spent the weekend at the supervising ranger for the Ever. !the Emmanuel Lutheran Church, nurses association. All members of the organization during the past
the Marco beach at 11 o'clock, Islander. They caught five large; glades area of the Everglades Na. ,731 Bow Une Drive, Tuesday at are urged to be present as there year, and expressed his thanksto
May 29th. The leach Is a won. snook weighing from IS: to 191,tloual Park. 7 p.m. Is some special business come the officers and committee
dl'rrul"IJcu for the picnic. pounds. The McCully and par. before the members.All prospective chairmen for their
Stokes a for I 15:; cooperation
ranger years, ,.
The Marco Island Parent Te. ty fished with Captain Lou Tar. this Mrs. Thelma Hodges, president members are welcome. Des. throughout the year.Entertainment r ,
serving for .
adieu Association had been dls. bert from Port Marco. ', area seven of the Collier County Visit- sert and coffee will be served. for the evening
years, will lecture and show a
movie entitled, "Highlights of Included the' following; piano
National Park." Visitors are solos by Patty Rusendahl, Vicki
welcome. Belavek, and Susan Deland; a
Mrs. Mamie Ozmer is arrange piano duet by Ann and Jane Rogers -
ing hostesses for the evening. ; and a vocal quartet com ., V rxk
prised of Susan Deland, Toni
and Vicki Del vek, ooI.d Nina Bos.
tick, accompanied on the piano
y sr ,JM Teen-Age Food Fads by Patty Rot>endahl. nq
\ %
; q "
; ar ; v
e
Caused by Rebellion
Sleep Tights
t Gilbert Youth Service

Weird diets and zany food 1t Bedtime StoryAP Mary Darlene Albrltton

choices of teen-agers may have +
o l'.tk News'.atur.*
a psychological rather than a
Sleep tight are the vogue-et Albritton Hughes
nutritional cause. Says Dr. thing in bedtimewew. They are -

y kg Bergen Evans, professor of currently promoted the lounge-
. '9 wear industry hopefully in timeto
English at Northwestern University
'sM. Mr. and Mrs James A. Albritton of
p_ and a lexicographer,teenagers pack' away plenty into the Davenport,
trunk of next fall' college- Fla, announce the engagement of their daughter,
3'i want to rebel-In all di- bound coed.
rections.In The pajamas look like leotard Mary Darlene, to Clifford E. Hughes, son of Mrs.

I food matters, they may deliberately In vivid color, stripes, or Opal Traer of Naples

eat a can of corned shadowy black; topped by Miss Albritton is a 1963 graduate of Haines

"'. beef hash, knowing an elaborate btouaoni, oldfashionedlookingstriped City High School.Mr. .
maillot, low-waisted
} dinner Is to be served very soon, Roaring '20* jersey Hughes attended Naples High School be-

t J.J.w' 4'Wi .so they. can say they're not nuntrv. In any" event 'baggy pj'a' are I fpre moving: to ,pav nport. Ha is presently :.s-i,
not for sleeping( stylishly, and l
In spite of nation-wide emphasis i' warmly in winter next year. The sedated with the Orange Lanes in Kissimmee.

T on getting and staying physically 4# k ve word I II deep "tights. The wedding will take place June 7th at 2.30

f fit, many teenagers are at the First Baptist Church in Davenport. The couplewill

YV still way too fat. An expert In the reside in Kissimmee.tJ .
Armless Wife
nutrition field, Dr. L.W. Combs, MRS. ANTHONY S. BUTTERFinLD -

head of the Student Health Centerat Gives Birth To
...
.
.., Purdue University, says there Pennell
ButterfieldRites 8 Pound Girl Cirurr Lovc/uCS5
are no complicated reasons for l",.

this situation ATLANTA, Ca. (AP) An
'
; : ;,' Most of the time it Is causedby In San Franciscothe armless Georgia housewife railroad, men once as knownto the by HilaryDyehe 'IV""J 2)1/411

eating too many starches and
SAN FRANCISCO, May 16- Messrs. Donald M. Teer, "child who waves without Beach Club Beauty Salon MI S-S7SS
sweets, and being physically Inactive hands "
birth to 8-
an
v. St. John's Episcopal Church In Jr., David P.F. Hess, and gave -Wh t.'t I Look _
Teenagers, he says, are pound, 2-ounce girl at an Atlanta y for ua to .quince but
Ross, Calif., was the setting Michael A. Briggs Like tier
?
MARILYN BRYAN In too many Instances plain overfed hospital Friday night. we won't try yes, It that
over-protected, and physically this afternoon for the marriageof A reception followed the ceremony Eighteen years ago the fqr. Much la we Ion our ruaLook'i not You
Miss Sarah Patricia Pen- at the home of Mr. mer Grace Purcell, now Mrs. tom.ra, we sometimes
lazy ncll daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Edgar Jay Shermanof Harold E. Parker, waved to make somebody mad at ual Brine that Picture
Bryan Keeling ee Lawrence Parker Penncll of San Anselmo, Calif. train engineers with the stubs That'a the nice lady who Of course we Ion to
Spring and summer shades for Manchester, Vt. and Naples, for arms she has had from
Mrs. Butterfield graduated comes in. settles down In please you 10 please
teenage wardrobes have helped Fla., to Anthony Swlncit Butter- birth. She lived near Lovejoy,
from Masters School Dobbs Ga., and a newspaper campaign our comfy salon chair; bring a picture ot a style
to the des- field of San Francisco lie
Mrs Cleone Bryan of Naples has announcedthe themselves liberally Ferry, N.Y and Wheaton College raised money for artificial arms and look around. She aHa that tempts ,ou, We'llthe
Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
engagement of her daughter, Marilyn, to Sea sert department. William Swlndt Duttcrflcld of class of 1958. She made when she was six. beauty just leaving study It together, and see
Peaches and cream, not In the her debut In 1954 at the West- Now 20, she has discarded the and "The" nowl how It shapes for
man Dannie C. Keeling, son of Mr, and Mrs. Bill Jackson, bitch, and Macatawa, says up 'OU.
glass serving dish, but on chester Cotillion and the Gros- artificial limbs.
of Mich. Please style my hal Just Chances are. we can take.
Keeling Naples. a hangar In reidy-to-weir, lookIng The was performed venor Ball In New York. She like hers". Or she brings a swoop here, a part there
Keeling is now stationed at the United States fresh, crisp, and delightfully by the ceremony Rev. Charles Compertz. Is a member of the Junior Lea Save a serving dish at cleanup ua a torn-out magaaineand come up with some_

Naval Base at Charleston, C cool. gue of Tarrytown, N.Y. and the time) Mix cooked rice; with photo ot one of Amnlca'a thing twice aa prttt,. The

The wedding ceremony will be held at 3 o'clock Summer cottons come In tones !Mr. Perucll gave his daughter Daughters. Her of the husband American who Revolution Is- chopped cooked spinach green peas and serve or cooked in one top models and says, point is. w'l1 use an our

Sunday, May 31 in the East Naples Baptist Church Identical with Ice cream and In marriage. She wore a associated with the Xerox, Cor- dish. Both the pea and the "S.et This I. what I'n professional know.how to

with the Rev, ledies Bargo, pastor of the church, sherbet flavors lime green, pistachio white floor-length gown of batiste poration In Mountalnvtew, spinach taste fine with the rice, been trying to tell 10U." keep you from being a
apricot and with the sleeves, neck- especially when seasoned with Maybe It would be easier carbon copy .
officiating The public is invited.ar green, orange line and skin banded with em- Calif., Is a graduate; of Cran- butter, tall and pepper.
Color Is subtle this
season, brook Academy and Williams
broidery. The matching headpiece
and most subtle of all Is no color College, class of 1954, where
secured a bouffant veil
White and near white will star of silk Illusion. he was a member of Delta Kappa

high In the fashion parade. And !Miss Lois Hansen was maidof Epsilon f fraternity. Come In And Meet The Famous Author

to show off these whites and honor Mr. Peter Buttcr- Following a trip to Mexico,

pastels to test advantage, the field, the groom's brother, was the couple will reside In San

fashion-ronsrioue girl will wear best man. The ushers were Francisco. FLETCHER KNEBELWhose

her own even tan, or simulate It

with honev-blec\ nla kfI.up.

% Weimer Piano .'t I Latest Book"CONVENTION"


i VIM tn Recital Today on youranniversary t

Plum Mucli'iils tlr M r". Ann '
Wrlml'r11I give: a rrrltil this ,
Sale jrteinoon .it llitY'an<1ervrerMu->. \ .
Ic Confer looted In the Naples say it softly, A.4
Shopping Cenh'"I the !North
"
Trail say itsweetly ;t'->, ,", Is already No. 2 on all bett-teller lists and Literary Guild selection
Tin recital will Milt at 4 o'.
Cool and pretty summer bed I tot k cad ail IntereMiHl prisons :''fr:: ,'+ for April. (Last year hit book "Seven Days in May" was No. 1 bestseller

spreads completely drip dry .ir* wolcinnf In attend for 6 months!)
J
+ from $16.95 helen .burton say it with'flowers :: 'oj "

Custom made all over quilted our nalrm baskets Reception and Autograph Party

bedspreads from $31.50

7 to 9 Friday 22
Martex bath sets monogrammedin p.m. May
I t tie in
two colors six piece sets, avainju hit hi c know'' ..i "Orchids and a Toast"If

starting at $15.95 t in t time how much you care with wonderful / ,

for Rift riving flowers or a long-lading blooming plant : ;
Wamsutta
Supercale sheets and
and in the (Phone or visit us today-we'll b* h.ippto you cannot attend our reception, call ut at 2-2520 and well
cases both plain and mono- "Hill foquint" shop reserve your copies, or mail them
help make! selection anywhere.
you
grammed at a saving of $24.00 little boy your

pur dozen sheets and swim raisins trunk arts c:;.J O/racc Late 7/orisl

Visit; ; Gattle't during May even it you are since 2-10 c5011fj & c5lO

not interested In a WHITE SALE fft a ..f raunt we can "Artlttry In Flow.,," c5lorv p
"1>..., h-f it"littlf
cool place to browse Our number l Is MI j
girls tonrwirk 1244 Third Street, South Phone Ml' 26536We
2-4791L patio hldf. wire flowers anywhere. 659 5th Avt. So. MI 2.2520I

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PCCE r
"I" .aaa aaa "
THRIFTY
I MAID
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NORTHERN AURORA Fruit Flavored ROYALGelatin "

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Tissue '

46 01. Bottle

Twin Pak R.,. Package Limit Two
'c By JANE MARTIN L iss t Four Rolls Limit Four

9nJOOOO .JOO uu I 2 5
Add another celebrity to those who have chosen to

make Naples their home. Fletcher Knebel, well known O 1E'XCELLE C 19CSAYE7CSAVE

'' author and Mrs. Knebel are living on South lake Drive,
I'I where he and have fun SAVE 12c
1 plans to "work in the mornings
IS tin 20
Iffoctho May
Me.
1r i in the afternoon." -.., .
STORE HOURS .'

Mr. Knebel and Charles W. Bailey II co-authored OPEN TIL 6:30: MON. TO THURS. _ _ _'
Smart Place To Co For Good To Eat t'!
I "Seven Days In May" which headed the Best Seller list OPEN 'TIL 9:00: P.M. FRI. I The I :* ,' Things ,

'. for many' months and was made into a highly successful OPEN TIL 7:00: P.M. SAT, .
movie. This writing team has done it again with the Qwtfty Rights Rounotf

HONORED-. Corn recent publication of "Convention," already tops In popularity THRIFTY MAID
Stavlg <3, wife of the president From 1950 to this year Mr. Knebel wrote the DIXIE DARLING BUTTERMILK JC C(( { ( ( Liquid Detergent I AMERICAN BEAUTY
I of Augustine Collcgi In Sioux
Bread 2 16.1. Loaves 29c PURPLEPlums
humorous column which
Fills, S.D.. wit named the 1964 political "Potomac Fever, appeared WhiteArrow I &
PORK
National American Mother in over 80 publications including the Miami Herald DIXIE DARLING BAKED OUT

She Is active In social work. On Friday evening May 22, from seven to nine, Neapolitans I
Twin Rolls 2 Pah ,.*. 15c|
will have a chance to meet Mr. Knebel. To the Beans

Stop Barry. theme of orchids and a toast, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Easter-
22 Sill
ling will give a reception at their Song and Story Shop, a: No. 2W Can
(Continued from page 1) and the author will be happy to autograph his book LImit Two Limit Two No. 2W Can

clash for 86 GOP natlimj convention for anyone at the party. j r,. Limit Two

delegates. Dr. Reidar and Dr. Ethel Trygstad leave today to
Whatever the Lodge organlza
tlon dues In California, Rocke drive to Long Island. On May 29th, accompanied by 25e
feller hoped the Oregon victory their two oldest grandsons, Steve and Jimmy Fast, they 19 I For
would thrust him toward j>uth. 25
er triumph Ihere.Rockefeller will sail aboard "Bergensfjord" for Norway After several 12 SAVE

cast an the under weeks with relatives they will return to their summer 13cs
dog In Oregon, has the same home at Wading River, L. I I., and bring with them SAVE 12c SAVE I 14<
role In California.
The Oregon'triumph awarded their grand nephew, Karsten Hjelt.! Before Karsten goes s

Rockefeller 18 convention votes. back to Copenhagen, the Trygstads will have shown him

New It was Hampshire a wrlte.in upset presidential in the much of the New England States and, of course, have We Give Top Value Stamps. They're Your Private "Nest Egg"

primary that first propelled plans to do a pretty thorough job of the World's Fair.

Ludge-absent and undeclared Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Teetor returned

Into can nomination.the battle for the Rppubll. from a fishing trip to the Ocean Reef Club. Aboard "Har fi W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE EXTRA VALUE TRIMMED

Rockefeller's Oregon upset riet II," with the Teetors were Mr. and Mrs. Norman

victory appeared to have Johanning. The Johannings who have been here for

knocked Golclwater him out and of former It. : Vice the last two months leave this week for their home in

President Richard M. Nixon ran Richmond, Ind. 8th Big Week
far behind Rockefeller and Mr. and Mrs. Leston Faneuf were also at the Ocean STEAK
Lodge In Oregon.
Sen. Margaret Chase Smith of Reef Club They had their own boat, "Enelef," and FREE This Week

Maine and Pennsylvania Gov. stopped at Shark River for more fishing on the way home. CURRIER & IVES
William W. Scranton, who
l neither campaigned nor had PLANNING 10-DAY CRUISE SAUCERWKh

Oregon allies at wink, split a Mr and Mrs. George Lake who have been in the Coupon From Book Ana
relative handful of primary r
votes. Bahamas were back in town last week. On Monday they $5 of More Purchase
With 2,572 of Oregon's 3",251 flew to Nassau to get their "Mary Harrison" and go on w esds.mrslrohls FULL
preci lucts counted, the Republican Ceupenr nanoCsriw
ram stacked up this way:'to Abaco Island to wait for Mr. and Mrs. John Cowles a Iva /
Coldwater 33,024, Nixon 32,241,i,10 join them at Elbow Cay on Thursday. The foursome Dlsnsrwsrs rwA .$.l..aMei .ell.l CUT
i Smith 5,424, Scranton 3,152. plans about 10 days cruising through the Islands.Mr. In l, 79
That
Rcxkefeller 33
of gave the vote and Lodge percent 27 and Mrs William Boothby are leaving today for ROUND

per cent. These percentages Columbus, Ohio. Although they can't be in Naples for The Smart

kung stood of from votes tho Friday verv first nlfilit.sprliu an.. extended time they plan a return visit in October, Plato To Co .. Per Pound
" nfeki'tT4r-"wle. ejN41t'nq > "' Mr. and' Mrs. Howard 'sharp' ,with Murphy and ForEood ,

month mumping Oregon, licard, Tammy left Thursday for their own island in the Sioux ThingsJw
the ti'turiis .it Ids hump In Tar
rytowii, N.Y., and said: "I have Narrows, Ontario, Canada In about five months the BRAND To Eat! l
but one r"III'tlIIII toiileht and. Sharps will be back at their home on Galleon Drive. : FRESH IRQZ6N: FQOCS
IH of
that my let-linn deep gratitude
Monday evening Mrs. C. Aplin Sparks celebratedher '
,
to the (P leoplp of that state
for the vlttoiy they have given birthday at a party at the Heaton Treadways'. When GROUNDBEEF
In('." they go north the end of the month, Mr. and Mrs. THRIFTY MAID DELICIOUS
With the Oregon upset, Rock.
either appeared to hive shaken Sparks will spend several weeks in Philadelphia and
for tin first lime tho .shadow Is. New York to visit friends and take in the World's Fair.
sue of his dlvoiio and his 1'('. About the first of July they will to their in
go camp
nut rl.ige a year ago to the di. ihe difference, Ice Milk
vorrrd mother of four ihlldren. Grand Lake Stream. Maine, for the .rest of the summer. :
The' second Mrs. IhK'kc'C..U..r ex.pet .', Mr. and Mrs. Treadway are also leaving the endof \2Y> (ii ourGROUND
Is a baby In ulHiut two
w.kll. May. En route to their home in Stockbridge, Mass., I ; >r .
"1 think tin Oregon victoryput they will visit in Wilmington, Del., and New Canaan, BEEF
the Rockefeller' illvoice mat.
Conn.
!ter loon In Its true fists,'* K.ildGov |
Mark O. ll.itlield, ", d
sal
j: TO SEE THE BIG RACE
OregonlaiiH showed they voted!
fur the man ;and vili.il he stand*i Dr. and Mrs. Gayle B. Wolfe left Friday for their Ir'r!'+ e.. Half
for rather than fey label lie' home in Indianapolis. May 30th will find them, for the
ma)' have or Ills peisonal of.falls. .. Gal.Tiis
." 30th year: attending the 500-mile Memorial Day Race. BEEF .

Then llatflelcl vhf st.ixedneutral Another annual affair on the Wolfe's calendar is a house Smart

In the Oregon lampalgn; party, Fourth of July weekend at Spring Lake, Mich. PlIC''o' ..
dl"p.III'I'I1 this telegram! to LIVER for
the N'w'ol'k !Cllvc'I'lIol''our In September the Wolfes are going to the World'sFair c : Mod Things
victory hero I Is a RUM! peiKinul but the climax of the summer will be their first
ToErtf
one rod Is the
result of )imr
vlffotous iireKrnlalli.ii of )our.Keif tour of the New England states. Then back to Indianapolisand FROZEN MORTON'S
: and the issues to the (It'11e Naples by November first. lb. 3 9'
pie of Oregon." Judge and Mrs. Orie L. Phillips leave the 19th for Donuts I: Pkgse $1OQ
fii Saigon, Lodge smiled, and N .
made no direct comment He Denver, Colo., to spend the summer. En route they will
said as he has throughout the stop in Oklahoma City where Judge Phillips will sit TASTE 0' SEA FROZENPerch

ramiuign, "I'm precluded bygovernment at a session of the Circuit Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit, PUPMONEYSAVING
regulations from Fillets 2 89'
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engaging in any kind of I political And he will continue to sit in the Appeals Court in Denver .

activity I .." ,. through September.
Coldwater, who pulled out of
the Oregon campaign five The Phillips have sold their apartment in the Canter. COMBINATION -

weeks ago, was hunting votes In bury Court. When they return in October they will move FRESH PRODUCE
California after writing off theOregon into an apartment in the Gulf Shore Colony Club which 'MCy ytRow
primary He said he
would be happy to run better they purchased from the Tom Andersons.

than fourth Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kengel are ready to leave Onions SWEET JUICY FLORIDA VALENCIAOranges

victory Goldwater would declared be Impossible an Oregon because tomorrow. They will go to their home in New Baltimore a,

he didn't spend enough Michigan, near Detroit, for the summer months. c .or'
time or money to win Ills sons, Mrs. Harold J. Waples |just came from up Detroit y, a x r'r I
Barry Jr. and Michael, did the 2 Lb.15c
Goldwater:: campaigning: here. way. She expects to have several guests while hers /
"It went about the wan I expected including Mrs. Edward Barry, who drove down with her
It to," Goldwater said of Mr. Johnn and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kane entertainedfor
the Oregon race. "1 have 325 del.
eates now, and Mr, Rockefellerhas Mrs. Barry while she was hera, and Wednesday night i
Oregon's I'm glad he Mrs Waples gave a dinner party for her guest, and
has race.some" It makes a better Mr. and Mrs. Michael Barry. The young Barrys vacationed 7t,

Pollsters and politicians had on the east coast and came over to Naples to pick up ;
expected Lodge to win. When he Michael's mother for the return trip to Michigan. They DAIRYDEPT., J Lb. 9c .
5 4
didn't, Paul Grlmfie, chief of the
drive to draft the UA smbassador left Thursday morning. 4+ Baq
to South Viet Nam, called the GOOD LUCK
Oregon outcome "a great tributeto !t. figures: of government lossesin
moderate, middleofdh.-road South Vietnamese an ambush north ol Saigon
Republicanism Claim Victory In Thursday It said -43 men. three Margarine
"We all have a tremendous fewer than reported orifliullt FANCY VINI RIPETomatoes
admiration for a nun who keeps Battle mere killed. Twenti one men
Two Day oJ.
fighting," Crlndle said of Rock, are missing. (
Z 7
efeller. SAIGON, South Viet Nam American sources said an ad u. 5R 2" .49
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AP)-Th South Vietnamese ditlonal 30 men were woundedIn
government said today' its ambush b) the Viet Cone.

$*FROM LITTLE two-day forces scored battle a la victor southern In AnGLing a FrencH Snow's Eotmor Strained N.B.C. 0,.. Creme Saxes Blackey

1:SPARKS. .. mums Province cucrrllUk., killing 37 Com RENEW YOUR ii- Vanilla Extract Clam Chowder Cranberry Sauce Sandwichr Peas With Snaps

% ; s GIANT FOREST losses The government before the said flrlnf Its ended own DNVtt'S DURING YOUR LICENSE' 'L 2 01. 45CSlI. 1 ISO!. OC No. 300 23c 49c 3 300 29cr

@=*FIRES GROWl! Friday The Defense were two Ministry deal. revised BVIJHMOHJHr'i .' st>e 7 w can



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il, R. J. Neckerman ;,IA-



Dies; FuneralTo


Be TuesdayReuben w


J. Neckerman, 81, i
chairman of the board of direct
Lora of the Naples Federal Siv. I
tugs and Loan Association, died
Saturday mornlnc In Naples Com at SUNSHINE
m unity Hospital where he had I v
been a patient for some time. 3i
Neckerman moved to Naples 'tiT1T SUPREX
13 years ago from Long Island,
N.Y., and made his home at 1
US Central Avenue. He served
as the first president of the .
Naples Savings and Loan Asso. ,
elation and was chairman of Us
board at the time of his death. -cj 1bI T I

He was also the founder of the _
Home Insurance Company of Naples p Po
which he later sold.
He was a member of the First
Presbyterian Church of Naples,
the Naples Rotary Club, and of
the Hiram Masonic Lodge of Mad.
v
icon, Wls. 9
He Is survived by his widow, e.. .
Gertrude Neckerman a daughU i s
;
of STYLED FOR SPEED Among the sights within the New York World's Fairgrounds ,
er, Mrs. Edward R. Step
Madison, Wls; a stepdaughter; art these cubicles which art a modernistic rtfintmtnt of the usual telephone booths ;

Mrs. Louis Marengo of McLean,
Va.[ a son, George M. Necker. _
man of Madison, Wls.; four Golden Gate. Cool Banker Gets Ticket For $
grandchildren and three step. ( J
cr. dchlldren. Continued from Failing To YieldMrs.
( page 1)
Rev. John W. Stump, pastorof Foils AttemptAt Doris L. Smedberg,
the First PrebbyterlanChurch. priority In the overall pro 4539! Dorando Dr., was given ,
will conduct services at 2 o'clock gram. For example, land development ticket for falling to yield the ;: Le. HOTCAKE{
Tuesday afternoon at Presby. In the city area, Including RobberyJACKSONVILLE right of way In an accident which J r
terlan Chuch. Interment will be canals clearing, road occurred at 11:35: o'clock Friday
In Bruoklyn, N.Y. The Richard A. building curbing, water sys- (AP) A night.
Plttman funeral Home Is In tem, power, etc. are far ahead brave bank president stymied a James Howard Taylor, 1373 J SPECIALPillsbury's .
charge of the rrapf men'f. of schedule. Canal construction bizarre attempted bank holdup Creech Road was driving weston
Memorials may be sent to the Is proceeding in other suburban Friday night-a holdup which Involved Fifth Avenue South on motor
Naples Community HOllpltal.Whitecliffe not hooded men, but re- scooter when Mrs. Smedberg going .
areas not directly connected mote control bombs. north on Tenth Street, South, Pancake Flour
with Units 112. Miles
Roland Kennedy of the Murray
attempted to make a left turn In
of arterial canals essential to Hill Barnett Bank said a man front of him, according to the
Units 112. have had to be called him ten minutes before police reports.Damage .
Funeral services for Mrs. constructed prior to completion closing time and said: "Okay was estimated at $50 t 2 Ibt. Regularly 39STALEY'S

Martha Margaret Whltecllff, of the Units 1.12 canals buddy, There are four bombs In to the motor scooter, while the
87. who died Tuesday will be the bank and at your house.
"As In any private enterprise car was undamaged. No one was
held at 1It30o'clockthtsmorn- management must pro- You've cot four minutes." Injured, Officer Charles EJones CHOICE SYRUP24ox.
Ing In the chapel of the RichardA. Its work effort and stills Kennedy said the caller told made the investigation for the 41
Plrtman funeral home gram Its equipment not only efficiently him to get $20,000 In $50 bills Police Department, bottle regularly $
The Rev. Rtel.trd T. Lam and have It at an assigned placeimmediately.
but In the Interestsof
,
would not
bert of theTrlnity Lythe
the overall The House CommitteeTo
program. disclose the destination.
officiate.
Episcopal Church will MINUTESTEAKS
company Intends to continue to To convince Kennedy It was 80C
Visitation was held from 7
exercise this management responsibility no Joke, the anonoymous caller Vote Next Week
to 9 Saturday night at the fun ( and will encourage told him to "check the lighting BOTH ONLY
eral home. Interment will be understanding of the commissioners. fixture In the men's rest room On Medicare Bills i

private.Mrs. for one of the bombs." WASHINGTON (AP) The
SAVE
Whltecllff hadmadeherhome "Doth Harmon Turner and "My first thought was that It House Ways and Means Commit.. "
In Naples for the past will endeavor to was a crank," Kennedy said. "I tee expects to begin voting next 59'
three months.Control. vide myself factual and pro data called home Immediately. A se. week on proposals that could determine 21c :
completed
curlty officer called the FBI on for this year and per.
for discussion purposes. Pro- another extension. My home haps many to come-the extentof
Board cedures will be Improved to phone rang four times and I additional health care provld.
Insure coordinated presentation realized my wife and two kids ed the aged.
of this data when Golden were on their way to pick me The committee has been talk.
Passes BudgetFor Gate Items are on the coun- up." ing behind closed doors about
ty agenda" Kennedy worked fast. He ways in which the Kerr-Mllls
evacuated some 30 employee anda Act, basis of the present state
Colleges score of patrons still In the federal health program, couldbe
bank for Friday night business revamped to Induce the
TALLAHASSLE AP>-An en. Telephone Booth Then, Ignoring the danger, he states to make more health care
Unfed budget of $60.3 million for checked the lighting fixture. available to more people.
No Place To Sleep
Horldit's five universities was Inside was what Cecil Field This kind of legislation Is gtv.
approved Friday l lIy the Board demolition men described as a en a much better chance of going .
iif COlli rul. Laborer LearnsWhen highly sophisticated homemade to the House with commit.
The budget! which tails for on bomb wired with transistors, apparently tee backing than is President
Increase of $5.8 million over the John McGee, 45, of to be exploded by a Johnson's proposal for Social Security r
unpro|>i'lotions for the current Puma Gorda chose a Naples radio signal. No other bombs tax financing of hospitaland
school, year, Mill must gain approval telephone booth Friday night as were found. nursing home benefits. U . . .. .

from the state cabinet before a place to sleep, It was an unfortunate !Kennedy did not deliver the Proponents within the com. I .
July I. choice for him. Officer money. fBI agents and police mittee of the Social Security approach SWIFT'S PREMIUM
A central three per cent salary George Dampier found started an Immediate Invebtlga. may make the gesture of : :
Increase wan one of the him asleep In the booth about lion. seeking a vote, but there Is no :
main reasons given for the In. indication that the majority SLICEDBACON .
1:30 Saturday morning and took .5
Also Included increases _
crease. were which has rejected such mean
him Into custody.Investigation TimesTo .
In iNi-tampuK: studentsand Los Angeles urea for years, Is not still firmly
expansions tit Florida State revealed that he in control of the tax-writing
University, the University of was wanted In Puma Gorda for Endorse RockyLOS Croup. -1

Florida and the University of theft of $113 from two fellow ANGELK6 (AP) The i : t :
South Florida. water melon pickers with whom Los Angeles Times will an.
In approving,; the tinted! the he roomed In Puma Gorda. flounce In a Sunday morning Miamian Testifies 1 1
board overruled requests from "lie would have been better editorial that It Is endorsing the
FSU and USF for additional Job off to have stayed In his delegation pledged to New York He Paid $300,000For 1 1
positions above HIP loRlM.itlvo: bed Sheriff Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller InCaUfornla'
own Deputy Jerry
limit. FSU; President Cordon June 2 primary.Rocklf..l1t'r' Hoffa Loan .
Monahan of the Charlotte County -
BUrkwell pemons said he, mostly needed i'lerks.BladtweU'n 10 additional .. sheriffs office commented delegation, says businessman CHICAGO (AP has) testified- A Florida that 494 !

request wan su p. yesterday morning when he the Times, "represents thebruad..r he paid $300,000 of a$3.3 million
ported by board member Dr. came to Naples to trturn him spectrum" of Republiccan loan from the Teamsters Union lb.
Chariot Km'email of Fort Laud., to Puma Gorda to face charges. philosophy. pension fund In under,the table 1 1

eM.1.-, .commissions to two defendantsIn
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also sought additional po. the James R. Hoffa fraud
.Itt.", .. evident John Allen a . . . . .
said recent expansion: :
campus Increased the need for m tT three weeks, adjourned until J
janitor and (ruundu kiH'prs. Monday.

He asked furl?. Vaughn B. Connell of Miami, APPLE BAY'' *
Dr. J. Wayne KeltUF pre U former owner of a hotel, named
dent, won approval of a $l OOoo Cal Kovens 40 Miami builder .
::. a APPLESAUCE I
contract with the Peace Corps '.. and Benjamin Dranow 56, t f
to train 58 students In 4.11 Club
: former Minneapolis businessman .
,
work for duty In Bra/11: lie said .Jaf' defendants
as the two to 29
training would be tliU summer.Dr. fl: whom he paid the money as a 2 ( a,
Kenneth Williams Florida
'
..' .. "fee' for helping secure a 1958!
Atlantic president, gained "'_ I IF'1 loan. _
proval to use graduate students Kovens and Dranow are accused DELMONTE CRUSHEDPINEAPPLE [ / 8
who have completed t coursework !' with Hoffa and five others -
for their doiior's
degiresas
r of fraudulent arranging
part-ilm teachers, The Mud.
than $20
loans totaling more
ants would be paid $1,080 a year
million from the pension fund
for two-thirds time teaching, IKaid. a 1 in return for more than a million -j1f-
dollars In kickbacks. 2:33C: : :
The budget requests were
broken down follows University .
as : _
Reads The NEWS
of Florida $18 million,Flor. Everyone
Ida Stale $12.8 million, FloridaA. ROMANHalf _
and M. $3.7 million Univef. 27
ally South Florida $5,7 million, NAPLESBUSINESS BLEACH Gal. .
Florida Atlantic $3.4 million. _
Florida Institute for ContinUe

Ing University Studies $1.8 mil. SWIFT'S VIENNA O A A A '
Bon, Board of Com.-ol $1.7 mil. j/lJ .
lion, University of Florida SAUSAGENO7V
Health Center $5.9! million AC-
rlculture Experiment Stations SERVICEPAYROLLS
$(.. million Agriculture Extension u SANTA ANNA WHOLE-

Service $1.8 million, Engl. PEEL, HAND-PACKED
peering and Industrial Expert BOBBY GUARD- Policeman escorts duck and

men Nation $500,000, and Crad. her brood across billY London street when the family dt. 2 s49
uate Engineering Education Sys. Cldtd to si* more of tht world ouzo de Buckingham Palace RECORDS TOMATOES "Ca (
tern $!Inooo.
po TAXES
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Naples BOOKKIIPINOSYSTEMS SPECIALS FOR MON., TUES. I WED.

ABSTRACTS Peppard .Bldf.ESCROWS res tile. 4 OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8 PN.

MI J4051J1 BOOKSSONG He-c .! She bar ftt less .. lea CiSlirv .moMheiidii

Fifth Ave., So. Phone !

MI2-5143 % UNSHINESUPREX
W. i. nti

IMMrr New & STORY SHOP tit riftfc AftBM. Best )
/L. 72S 5lk AVENUE SOUTH OUANflTIIS( IIMITIO) PHONfMI 1I7J7r
Prase
Naples I Fiends
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Sunday, Mit3S4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9

Council AgendaThe _


agenda for Wednesday's

i a.m. meeting of City Council

CLASSIFIED vvif -

1 i. Call to order and invo-

; "; cation.

:. Heading minutes of previous -


( ) ? 3. meetings Presentation, of Certificate
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ADS FOR \ppreclatlon and resolution -
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[.:... i orporatlon.t. I Reports to Collier Development



a. contractor's Examining

Doard

b. Building Code Board of

\djustments and Appeals.

I Midway 2-2107 C.Board Zoning and Planning


"- u ((1> Consideration of plot plan

and establishment of zoning

for Pnlt f:3, The Moorings.

1 Announcements 38-Autos For Sale 48-Apts. For RentI 57-Houses for Sale 65-Gen. Real EstateS ((2)) Final review of attached -
revision( of the proposednew

IN EVERY furnithed Near MOORINGS DELIGHT Jewel low Waterfront zoning ordinances.d. .
PlAZA BEAUTY SALON WAY edrm apta Three bedroom 2 bath, ten Avenue
beech end shopping, Weekly. seawall. central I heat Sod.
Oral board of
heat and eir Zoning Appeals
1(21 E Tamiaml Trill EVERY DAYYou' Midway conditioning :
monthly or year sir 2 bdrm. 2 bath' perch
Midway 2.65723BoatsMotors ,. safer if you select I.J04S 'ound'3/ .tf Carpeting bedrooms throughout Complete kitchen eicept In I garage. 11'.150. Moving, must ((1Apreal\ No. 114 from

your nut Used Car from our Ow..,'. Iare tarnished elf,. eluding I disposal; end dishwesh: ...n.IU'. Donald T. Jones rt. changIng : -
'
Accei. lock Span'of guarantied top quality Used Spie Cart and ApIs.'MIAtmc50nO Ml Ioim. drlvewey er Mice screened. sodded porch.lewn. Paved land Mandarin Rd. 2 bdrma. the front of the parcel of

Com In end see for vouraalfU 2 baths central heel and eirporch '.
capad Phone Ml 2-4104 efter
Lots IS 14 and IS Block
Modern I bedroom unfurn'ahad
,
BOAT BROKERAGE Galame 4 dr. full powerR a P M: 4/,Jtf5o carport Assume mart
I H AT & H APARTMENT with, complete age No closing costs II.100 00 26, Tier 9, from 5th Avenue '
LISTINGS URGENTLY brand newt Z59SOO kitchen Near beach and t R i1"AA1PWTTW.room : dn III.400 Moving, must sell : ? '%
NEEDED! (3 Monte cpa. AT N A shopping 35 ( th Ava So. Ml I bath brlckfront beauty North to Pth Street, North. -- -. .. -
Bob M.rtn, MI t.)7S7Brunk H 15000 209500U 13393 4/211 This very large and spacious
home has tn I'h' 51 No I bdrms I e. Sign Committee
Smith Chru Cr.fl falttlltf Buick Spec convert 70 living room family FAR FROM RACE
| tit $100 Former
ittronaut John
VS PS AT R H urn I bdrm Efficienie room with full brick elevated bath f".I.c. capo" good ((1)) Ground Sign CongressInn
clean 2H500SI TV. Air Condo apt 745 4th fireplace. alidln ajast door la investment 112'!>Ono Old Cove. Glenn e"d wife nIas at their Houston home Glenn tfeipite. I
20' Flare 'un.bout with IM hp Imperial cot,. patio Lane kitchen with ell tellS l Ave So AquaUna' I .
ind Elton outdrlvt cpa .v. So. Ml 24512 51.51ElIicIeices withdrawal' from Ohio .. ..toclal race palled many votes.
Interceptor clean 2H 00 custom built cabinet disposal, bdrmt 2 baths tenirel' h.t a (2Roof -MAM
Built In Fibergles* I.nka. b Day Wish. 'iJ1
pump end many other ..1'.. AT. Fact nr 1195.M Month ('RII MOTEL). MI 0' room could be used es fifth' gil 11th St. No 3 Marina.
L.is than 300 hour runnin SO Rambler Super 22)02 or MI 21155. bedroom has adjoining, bath 2 b.'h. laree pooch. tar. heat 5. Old business:
time. E eellent condition, I27SOPhono 19500 Office could also be used as no 517.500. 550000 do.
aid, air a an
MI 14341 or MI t 2122Boiton 50 luck La Sabre t drHOTP week Furnished Inquire ept for at rent 1405. US Crush per mall bedroom Carpeting In lib 00 me with tao end I ne.FHA : a. Zoning board appoint- Red Koreans Free Yank

PS PS AT 149900CO living area. terreito In bedroom N. closing cosle. ments.b. .
.
Rd 4/21 IfFurn
Wh.I.I HP Johnson Vehent 4 d,. AT. wine, and service' .,..*. I
SPUNK SMITH Chru Craft RAH 19500 ,shad I bedroom epertmen Fully aoddad IH lola with 1270 llth St No. I bdrma. Purchase of property
i/i7.H.20 51 Chav 4 dr. hdtp full !. Huge living' kitchen saved dlv.w.y. doable CO" 2 bath. II.500 00 dn MOVE near pier for off-street parking -
3* loot Wilbur Stortar Cabin power, fact air, sharp 715 00 end .b.th Ml 2 ;::t. 2/25.51 fort Just 114 v.... old Price RIGHT IN No luelifymg" Pilots Held For Year
C ruso.r launchad Novombar 99 Crown Imperial, 4 dr. '2 bedroom' furnished eficiencyept n. 500 .CARIIIEAN ReALTY: 1107.00 month with, tax and mi. for municipal purposes.

1960. Twin III Graya. union HO TP enctl, tend.I No children Ml 7\0 N. T.II. MI 0 6555.tha.tf Henort narklnci .,...
pet or %/?. Lot 21 Block (. Royal Harbor. r_. ._ _. mi_.. _. .....,.. .nw..u__
4. has haad lallay. dinattalea owner I59ibt 2-)3I7 er MI 2-5989. ./.If ... '
..
DM/ demllltarl/wl
overlooking key .11. Cost and iono -
and to Cony revenue enforcement. PANMUNJOM:: Korea APi-
boi outrigger* ship 59 Pontiac Three b.doom. screened lanal <
sacrific
100
.ho,. Can b moan.t Naples AT PS Pa 109500 and lovely landscaping enclosed I $6050.Lot d. Award of contract: Street North Ki., ,' in CoimmmlKt to and, therefore, clearl) were not

City Dock. For Information call) 51 Ford Cuatomlme t dr. 49-Houses For Rent with. a sturdy cyclone Ienc.ere '14 17th Aqua.lane. leloiiM two Amorliun hel engaged 1 In r uplonagp.
and 11.5)
Ml 2 coos 4/17.5t RVtH. Mick 49500 among many lectures of this waterfront,v.c't 17500: drainage hllrrovC'l1X'nulI'UlI1l'llIg t
liThe record U t'lurlhefadshave
SPECIAL 5( Plymouth Savoy t dr. ) bedroom home on city, water s.fnlics 16250. station. loopUT pilnts: forifil down by

wagon VS tick 54500 RENTALS and sewer In Leke Park. Only Ordinance gunflra List: Mi)'. ilu'ii ('1.1 I"'il not lungi-d, and an)body
19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby" 51 P1 IIoII'k.:: : d,. $1J.150. Term available, Call Lot! 13 Benyan Blvd High lot e. amending Sec- the U.N. Command hud ai'know!. can read the true sltuat Urn/rorn
moo
owner, Ml I 2 4S2I overlooking, Gulf Sacrifice at
before 6:00P.M.
tion 28-34 Code of Ordinances
I runabout, twin 40 H.P. 51 Cadillac 4 dr. AT I4OUSFS 15' 0. edged the pilots committed a.. the acts of the case."

PS. PB, P stats. APARTMENTSFURNISHED. __ (Zoning). Col. !Han JooJtyune the Corn-
, Johnson motors with only feet air 74500 HOMES IV STONE border violation on an esplon ,

15 hri. since new. 2 18 'YEAR. UNFURNISHED IEASON.J. CRAYTON COVE: Inspect our VINCE CONBOYNotice f. Resolution No. 1063 con :ipe mission. munlst Korean Rerretary, said
WOOD CHRYSLER 2 Si I bedroom homes on llth firming Res. No. 1026 re. the two filer hid: signed a
A United Niitloim Command
gal. gas tanks all controls, Ave So. et 7th SI. priced at VII Ith Aae. P'rk..y "
etc 4 wheel "Rocket" trail PLYMOUTH, INC. W. DYCHES REALTOR IIISOO A III.ISO with good Ph MI 217U paving of 6th Avenue Parkway Hpolii'smin$ conflrniml delivery statement saying they were on

2640 N Trait. Ml t 8551 term*. between Pth Street and Idtli( of a rt'rolpi' lor the prisoner ml. a criminal mission when Ihelrh..Iill'r
1144 3d 11' 10.MI .
complete package -
er forced down
22402 COCONUT GROVE, Only, two Street. milling they committed pKplcm* was by
63 SALE t II I
1895. See at 1650 Murex 3/ltft new 1 bedroom elena,1.able 1. To g. Resolution re. equipment agl' But ha suld l.Iler1 th.it tho ComimmlKt ground fire on May
FORDS with' carport Your choice
Drive, or call Bill Tucker, Galamo 500 convertible GOING ON VACATIONS et only 13SJ DOWN Better used for coin-operated telephone admission "In 5 lit course, mean.lllglONS 17, 1903.
lion dIMrlbuted to
newsmen
Midway 2.4295 Excellent Falcon Future 4 door sedan ROOM COTTAGE SLEEPS harry pay stations by Intercom .
Custom 4 dr. sedan ( ALL ELECTRIC KITCHEN Hen. W. Ftutls 31 what was dunirllied as a hoto.
PQliticalCandidates CuplS.
Buyl! WILLIAM B. STONE, INC. & Tlc- ,
it Telephone
AVAILABLE BY WEEK y
Galame 500 4 door tedanFeirlane Builder graphic copy of a receipt for
Florence Ala. and Carle-tun W
OR MONTH IN NOATM CARO. ,
2 dear sedanBuy LINA 1700 FT ELEVATION H t/17trs Tenth St North Ml I 1 173 graph| Company of Fort My- V ilu, 27, rTHiikfoit, Mlth.hI'l the pilots from the U.N. coin.

13-Help W nt. Female now almost' a new car CALL Ml 2 HIS?. "It"! WYipTr'rT; ers. pilots\ were flown to Seoul, maud, admitting: the two were
it e greatly reduced price f 'u, house '
bdrm dream 6. New business guilty of espionage and Illegal
Secretary for law offica young Each room has glat adding room. 7 beth Florida ,room win-re d'H.tol'lIlIhllh'y: were In
lood typitt En pansncsnotrs. Salatman Paala. Elton Dick Davidson.Donalson.Lauren Tom door* leading' to large screened :: :f..CI Located on aaawelled All political ad\'t'rUsl'ml'nl. a. Receive Bid ((10>00 ..m.) KOCH! condition. Intrusion and promising such
quirad Ml t 3200 VI7.tl Lovely beth with sunken end well, cared for, ails would not be .
repeated.tor
Blue will bring your choice porch Priced et III 500 Owner en>. for Sunday' MF:WS mutt be lot clearing project No. 7. Tlu-y wore to n'M overnight!
tile tub Near See Gate
Middle aged nalsi girl 'or Call. Ml 2 SIM new months the
pant to you. U.N. Command

lass to tail. CARIBBEAN b. Sea wall La In till' U.s. Army hospital U-
permit
me wok. Apply in p.rion atIgntt COLLIER COUNTV MOTORS School Ml 2 311* 4/22tf In the newspaper office by
REALTY N. hail denied
27SO the
Trail Ml pilots were
Rn.ail Naples ShoppinC.nt.r. You Friendly FORD 1 b 'm. hou. IureiskedCiT Tour Rlvage. film questioning by lulelllgoiue
I/HI MERCURY a. COMET Peeler MI 2 3891 after 1.1 II p.m. 1-11$'. 4/2<.th*,tf Friday not Utrr thin 4pm. offlctrs. on a Hpytng mission. It sold the

RECEPTIONISTSOME 1957 Chevrolet *' -.<**-. V Sautomatie J/JI.tf For weekday publication advertising c. Correspondence HID pilots, who qulikly men were tiiKppUliig ground
DAYS 137SW. Ml J 21... One and two bedroom houses 58-lots For Sale copy must be filarrd 7. Adjourn. markers In the two.irtlle.wldd
TYPING 3(40
IM furnished City weter. near rliitiiKoil (riHii drub cotton Coin.munlM .
ant 1117.11.20 by 4 pm. the day prior toInlfr'tl
.
HOURS. CALL Ml 2(139VI7 demilitarledone and In ad.vertpntly
Trail, and school Three to iinlfoinis Into
U.S.
PORT ROYAL Lot22. Qal Army
.3t ISO Ford Station Pr, This Is absolute
n. an
choose from. Reasonable rataa leon hid! wandered lvro.4'tIu "
Pr br dl.tf: Drive For Sale or Trade khaki not l'mil till t(>
were *
St. ,
I33S See. From |S5 to IM per mo Ml Write: G. t. Herbert, 2620 Po.tR..d. deadjine$ and it Is generally Army Engineers | CommunlM sldo.
et Osprey Aye Ml 15444
14-Help Wanted Male 2 4001. H. W. Welkin 5/17 tf Darien Cone tOte talk In niWKimnIn .
1/11.3)1 to advantage of the III. In Washington Proislclent
YEARLY RENTAL cot 'in Salle Iho.i.Wth1i, ..1.lip. Seoul, Din U.N. hi 4>emoi, ,
0 Wanted Mali for short ordardishwesher 1962 Chevrolet 2 door sedan MI 2 54)3.) __III' vertter to place the Ad as.lJTii Award ContractFor U.s. Army Col. GforKcCrfoI.ex. Johnson said, "We .have. ooad'Erest
UNFURNISHED < bdrm. lit '
Apply In person Automatie transmission V S Coquina Sands lot. 'FInest url pomble so that full effort to xiUaln Ihtlr re.
large
bath residence. $105 mo pi:tlnod HIP advance rI'Ct'IIII l| t and
motor Neater and good tire' per Defense Site
Liiiatt Recall Naplat Shopping lecotioe. 55,500. Owner MId. attention\ can 'lie given to each lease and have
Canter ., Exceptionally clean inside, low; J W DYCHES Its acliiilsufiin'tif 1'Xf>1""lIpln I hud the help-
.
15.101"S. "
'
mileage end en* owner, Car lnt- )I44 3rd St .1w.:,.+-. HvWtiiem'erA! ,,,I' ,n:I' ,, '; ,iArltIy.'iKftbEeI'9"; : In Jacksonville I ""r IthlMt WfI" lite rr"UW.Jr'8'" '
'M$ 1715? orI.littpP..S'i': : i. ,
"efcCallent condition. Price I1UO "
v;; plate
It la Ismth.t 111115 .tll" M/ilj' f
ailvtrtiilng "tI1.llIr.tlft
16-Help Available Telephone Midway 24901) or Gate Sohmake 01. ou .:v: ;; ) have annouiKcd tile "I'NC t'l'IlreM'liS.ltiVt'S| were anita. orl /
(3130 or 145S2 9/1517 RENTALS money en these /lots. ,all l| political advertising a nmnlwr of i award of million
Would like work al any kind All for |4.SOO. G H. LUFF, he paid In advance the a $1.1 contract prepircd, to Mpi and did sign| a ,
IIII suing
through summer months to help Aalem.tie OldsmoIsle. .Super II 2 dr.. 7 bedraoinr furnished keme, It... R. E, Broker, 421 tth St 1 forcotiitructlonofaNlkeItcrculcs HMI'Ipt' Wllllh, pUTHIIUIlt t III KPA
Ii radii beater. Prac.tically N. triplicate( check forms as su TOO SCARED TO CROW
nanc.nes t year 01 college Near Sea Gate School $00050 tJJIsBY Coimminlr North Korpuu
defense
new Goodyear tile time antimissile
MI 2 .111.. S10tha2lRN thori ell undrr Florida sts.tutes. .
OWNER DAYTON Ohio AP)
guarantee tires RESIDENTIAL Ray
Moch..lc.lly.ound. I demand. aa a roiidUtlon
Take tare or elderly pao MI 13411 1/15.1' 2 bedrOom tarnished .pt. LOT IN CYPRESS WOODS .. Special positioning of site to bo located some nine army
: MKinney and hi. drove
family
my home wr 126C3 nIce 9000 PRICED AT fur tile relcaw of lie pilots
$1250 Ml 2371
Go..ta Spnnft 1117.11 ISw Thundarb rd Hard lop. JT 4 4/25.45 Ads will not be sold and all miles northwest of North Mi- tiiiltvliHl a hUtomunt tlut the from their MI Ket. Ky. farm in
H. Power windows. teata Fee unlu.hld, .
2 bedroom apt
Available alter July lat ra tory air cond,tionmi, Low mile stove end ,.,. .1.50 M ,will be Fives the 11Im. lH'llecipii pilot, (committee) tIle/ th* family truck to visit rulstivas, 1
tired U. S. Navy Veteran 20 .... Ml 24104 after S P.M. rueful attention. District engineer Col. II.R. here. '
year active duty White. male.age 4/211 WE NEED RENTAL LISTINGS 59-Acreage "plonaiio, his "talt'IIlI'lIt aald.

43 Electronic technician lIst Ford 4 doo,. Price: 1450.Or I'arfltt said tile $1,107.806con- "filth: un udinUMcHi U, ofCouiM1 When they arrived they found

licensed Government by U.a*S.electrician Virgin Island and trade tom .m.1I pickup Iuek. SEE CARIBBEAN REALTY FIVE ACRE TRACTS CLOSEIN tract was awarded to Acro-V im'ttiitngleas. Whitey their 6-yesr-olJ ruoslciJiriging

plumber Chief Enfinter on Call Ml 14509U 1/1..17) Where Customers Send Their ON ROAD AND- SURVEYED t'ulhlcrs Corp of New York City "Thto$ two pilots' were In utile wflh feather ruffled to
A
13000 PUBLIC NOTICE
Gable T.V. Installation Field Falcon St.Ion, Wagon S Friends 15000'TJ'OWA AND for construction of one of tile fonn "Jid tMigagcd In an aa. the truck's undercarriage

Chief Superintendent Engineer, Textile Construction Proetn cl.LUFF automatic GMC. INC.R t 421)H.9th 11250 St North Trail MI 2'".155. AVE BECK SO.REALTORS.Ml 2 5221. 413 3/n..11 ITH NOTICE Of INTENTION TO South Florida defence facilities. tilgiicd military inliKlon, "I|MK.UIc.illy 'We didn't hear a crow out of

Plant 0..ir* relocate to N. Temporary locatjon.013tlhs,2t Very attractive "Brooktide weterfront aircraft "
ing home Unfurmthed 3 REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Thc permanent antlmUsilo site that of diet king him McKinney said after the
SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN
with AIRMAIL
Naples Reply
family : Include The undinif does hartby car. warning markers smith lit (lie 2XO-rmld drl .
Bon 1361. SI fhoma*. bdrmt 2 bath rangedrape ACREAGE will replace temporary facilities y.
1 wit Cadillac All lie ,
power dock with lily that we are conducting a ca
and boat
NOW I trect located
acre
U. S lUnri Jest rafarence
*Virgin Vl'.SI tory air. good condo Vary ,.... other feature you will like lust one mile from US' 41 man and alliad, product 6uam.aal that were set up more than IOntario's
MI 22141. 511UI Drive Naplai Florida. under the lie
on to this property with a
55 T BIRD All power, sail Practically new unfurmahed. 3 your own car end compare it titioua came ol Patio Product tl year ago.
baltt 2 top, new tire RAH bdrm. 2 bith Brooktide home against any other) Only III Naplaa and that lId, firm i> com The control area and launch
23-Misc. For Sale Tonn..u COv. Going North Nicely' located down full price 179}. For posed of the followinf persons whotanamaa situated about a Nuclear Power
centers aro
m uslsacr lice ED /35 0' further Information, contact: end placaa of rwd, moss area
WE 6 3997 '1. My" 5/1Ut Phone First Flor da Reel Es D T' Jones Enterprises' Inc followt mile apart. Major features of I
FOR SALE ATART'S ate Mart Ml 29151 or modal Midway 21340 P O. Bon 731IH : Ralph' Turner
SHOP home. Ml 2 3473 1117.11 acres"" on ImmokaTae Rd C. D Crawford the work are the launch con '

ART ,40-Aulos Repairs a Parts I7SOO cash Your chance for a C Mi CrawfordOwnanhip trol center mlasllu assembly Plant To Be In Use In 65of
Home Tahltian Bar Stool. and good Investment CARIBBEANREALTV of Patio Product* ofNapla
Liquor Cabinet Matched Ml 51-Wanted To Rent 3750 N. Trail I Midway < la at follow: building missile slcltcr build-

?3008 >/3.4aUad LOOK HEREI! 2 155. 4/2*.the.tf Ralph M Turner 10% ings and guard facilities at the Ions of
C. 0 Crawford million or more
-" 2>* a
golf club top grade, vary One bedroom furnished homeer 'ioc'rn Immokslie Rd Smile eM." Crawford 2S% launch area and steel towers, I IXttJCLAS POINT Out. rAP)
raaionable Call Midway' t 4747. cottage on yeerly lease Ml H. of GuIdes Get Estataa It it eur Intanlion to apply to -It looks like 11 n overs/) farm coal
where to 150 5/11.11.20 facilities and utili-
Wondering 2 'UI exl. electrical
5/1.17.29.20. go It prototyi
".000. Bill Loach Realtor 151Ith the Clark of the Circuit Court in allis but the tall lonrrcto lower SI'IflItilits see aa a -

With your car problems Elderly coapie wish 10 lease Ave So Ml 21151.! ind for Collier COunly. Florida torsgisler" ties for the control area. IxistilH, lake Huron utrrlu $110 ( of a string of Btatlonson.
turn. home
duplexw.thn
modern or 1115.11.11
the said name 01 Patio
24-Mics. For Rent Finish Punt Jobs Tile New York firm lowest alfleraWy Urner which In
Factory Naples city limit Phone for trailer or homtsite 6.*r Product of Naples under the pro million worth of Canada's chips
Wrecks Rebuilt Dick Richardson, Ml 2.541. 1 err tracts los acre I acre /inoni pf Chapter J01H Laws of of six bidders will be required In the nuclear power game. another 20 years will\ be pro.
SUPER atuff >ure null That Tuneup 11Z.If trect with, electricity end Florida. Acts of "141, between 10 million and
Blue Luatra for cleaning rug end roed. Other big, ecreaga tract. Wtn. our hind. this 24th day to complete tin job within It Is the atomli tumid for during
.
Front alsnfent
and Rant altctncahampooer WANT TO RENT 20 million kilowatts [.*rha,"- up
upholatery 120 dn 120 per mo end up. of April l 101.1RALPH 330 calendar days Colonel this country's first full sidle IIU ,
II Naples Furniture Motor Overhaul 2 or I bedroom furnished er Collier Counly Reel Eitete. Ml M TURNER. whIch has to a fifth of Caiuii's total out,
Co. ttll Trantmitton, rebuiltLubrication anturns5ed on Bonito Beach 2 341*. Open Sundays C D CRAWFORD Parfitt said. clHar power plant,
for morose' of June. July ..ndAuu.I 2/lIlt istks C M CRAWFORD liecn growing gradually and (lut.
BraketPolith Wrt, pirticuler end IOROKOTV AND TAYLOR with micrometer exactness 130 tt also l'arrlfl.1 Urge part of
26-Personal 55 .e,. ,I.el.. SO 00 d. end
ATTORNEYS
price la Neplo P 0. Bo. 947 ,. AT LAW SOUTHERN BUNNY Carucli' hopes for export| ofnui
WeeDon't 15 00 per m oltelnture. I ISO 171 Fifth Avanua, SouthNaplaa miles northwest of Toronto
One mil from Golden Gate Florida ..loir knowledge/ equipment
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS look further ,
any
lale 1060.SOlOiIltlltlO
lithe .
Men or women w.'h drinking See 4-Trade or Sell City Colder County Real E* May 1 10, i Ii. 24. Ht4 .1135 MIAPIUS! (AP) A Memphis and materials. The CjrudUnilevelo :
problem: Ak for help by calling ale MI 23M Open Sunday2lttfwtha 5-year-old named Mlse has a next year, It should

Ml 43SI). Visitors cordially Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. RAt)1 POll LOT Large 0 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT I real feeling for tradition. Knowwhat start fending 200,000 kilowatts | r| lrOt.o", using tutur4l
welcomed' Meeting In' FiritBaptiat Will ecrenee for 4 wheel uranium and heavy water,
bedroom 2 bath home priced IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY Into Ontario's electrical system
I JO lIlt St.. N. MI 2 S105 she named the the
Church Ames en Ilk drive Jaao Collier County Real bunny ,
other
has arnumil Interest In
et JII500 Mortgage payment FLORIDAIN '
SI. at lIlt Ave every Tut and Naples. Fie, $j; p'r mo Want city' lot Estate MI 2 Mil Open Sundays PROSAIC No Ml lot for Tester' ttt ',', tons of uranium fuel to and
Frl 1: n,ght at I 30 P M CARIBBEAN R'AITV, 1790 N In ro (elate of Into a alow burn that eventually countries, including BrItain:

RUBBER STAMPS that makea 41 Trucks Tractors Trail MI 2 (155 Quick deal 20 acres SU oar ARNT VANVIK. daceau Rabbit E. 1.... will produce the heat equivalent the United States, fthl'h pro
good Im press,en. Any..... e .4/7. 0115.1155Stores ere Colder County Real Ea NOTICE TO CREDITORS dine nuu lear power b) differentninthrxlH.
One.day service. Collier County tale Ml I 2.3189. Open Sundays.tywstf All crad,tori of the atlata of
iii.... II (I International Harvettar B APPlY VANVIK dacaaiad era hare .
"2' ton cab and challis 11250 e Office by not.lied and ,require" 'to file any / '" :" One ,plant of the btjUi: I :s

33-Services Offered LUFF N. Temporary GMC INC location 421) WIt St O",'t No I
5/U.t1h. Sll SO per Mo. 1170 Ird I late* SOO Ml Collier 2-3W County. Reel E* ,'e of the County Judge of Collier "" I .. by Atomic Energy of < ma

11799 00 I orabnea d new CMC St (o Watkins t Barkau MIIth 3/IlcetI Open Sundeye Count Florida. in the Cetirthoutat I. SEA WALLSCONCRETE Ava So Ml 2IU Earl Naples Florida ,1hln ,
pickup track Sure there w an which Is building the proje,
ROCK gimmick to It You Save to ./1I.If calendar, month from the Sate of
WOOD pay t)5 99 obOe tat end buy alicente 61-income Property tni i r\t publicat of this notice .. here in conjunction with Ontario
.
Foundation Piles 4 tag tmmed,at* daliv For Sale Each "laid or demand muM feeg\ ., i. ,4 Hydro. t
9th 57-Hotises ,i end mual Mate "
LUFF CMC INC 421 Cr' 'I tne ptace "
Docks-Mooring Whips St cry N. Temporary location Centrally located IaanOryaaaleiv.ng i< '.. "."c. and poat dIce addraiii The plant I here Is a (!'*
5/3. ."h.3144Mobile BEACHFRONT MfcklOfNCE' store balding withincome tin .i<,mant and mutt .k..uworn" month behind schedule lion
Mericrwe Beer
SAG EN Automatic d'ydockOABBOTT uN 3 bdrm 100 of I bath white garage sand baaen CBS 2 Realtors Mil 413 llh Av end* So 3/tn Ml .to bi ."t, cla orhecoinue,mant, nil agent raid..r ac hi..lIono 4'v"? A: "I: a combination/ ot equunient, I

Homes with screened .n pool end pat,o. co'd I cVllven problems and those ,of
Radio Road lust reduced to III '50 solar Isunotr. Apartments Close to 0MARTH WALKER fusing heavy construction\ id t
Trailer, with cabana PsU. 6cr. iishtd Tin* i* e wonderful buy b..clt and shopping, Owner ill Adminiatratr of: thaJJailata I
2M42 24353 2447J pert to rrentersate. Hid. Ii'cetee. in a scarce item May we hew good: terms Mar odour 4 Beck .! Arm Van/." V prei'Ision scientific miutUe: )
Summer Hours MI 24115 er 2 2102.Z7tP you tile property today' CA. fceeitort. 41) Ith .Av So Ml deceased into .1 whole. I
Monday through FridayI ) RIBSEAN REALTY. J'50 N 2 ua a/I sIll Tom ...d...." and lyllndrlcal reactcu, it r

00 to t: JS PM R nntersale tre"lar. lot fully Trail I Ml 1 $150 41tnstflaniltcaped Car A Swanaeo. itf ; % The .
I Closed Saturday t'0* f M. furnished US dn fJS S lid,... 1 h'" b.c" hoale 65-Gen. Real. 651 P.i.oard 111I'41"! *. .\l' ** ..., with dangeiou ,radutlon fns..
I Vic' Shoe Repair month Lets than SI.100. Midway sea watt and dock .odd.d and Estate Nap'it' Fianda to be refueled automatic.ill,: brooot .
.I/I*.lot 25141 S/lZtI wall to wall c.rnatm AllonOI for AdminiilratniMay ,-.,i/!'_ machines 'I11t''Ie ,
eondrenge lads Karbor WATERFRONT Mold ., 4 uniteplan : 10 I 17 ,.. IM4 aIdS| stoking
RIP-RAP SEAWALLS 7..M| to buy trailer 10 wide Place IK 500 Call Ml 2 S002 bedroom. 2 beth hemeell -- .... latch onto one or another Call Ml 2 4500. ./19 Ml completely' fun..h.d Makeen r4Q' 'E 0' iNTENTiON' TO -- ... :: ,
If na answer Aoothecary ...... : 300 tubeS running throuj l thervai'tor
and ROCK GROINS 2 :221 */> Sf appointment Is tee > REC. STIR FICTITIOUS NAME ,,, \. ,
erty today /li"ror TIphotic are mformae. Wet the T remove exiii'led'' ui i

Creo.ote seowolls, dock 4S-Trailers For Rent 14 cut of U al a.,r rat, .ramantheme Ave w j ,in.tO'i Inod p'nposee to rag'ster the mum anil, shove in I re-in (mM t
sold on M eh gan COMMERCIAL tot 100IW beilve I lictitiess llama 5rde. the .
piers end groins Only I remaining al til.47* in on Second Ave North just off '' I Florida Stats"
Trailers M e w.e>. with TV. eluding landscaped lot screened Hghw.y C4I Shawn by appomtmonl I 'IR CARD COMPANY Working .Uthllld IpPton.atwts:
MARATHONDREDGING Ito e weak Spaces 19 a week porch air cord See these. ";ot ......... te III e'igaled steel doors the tttokers ".u'r'iiUt

CO. l/Zltf Rock Creek Trailer Park. home before home buying CARIBBEAN any, retirement tee Naples South S'nd ModelHomes iv % 'i '.cks,diatrTbut'on folders d>alsams'! ftott card IOu. 42:! teiuratt) operation.: \ U,
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end Work. 48-Apts. For Rent home 1)0 from "Nepit" ', deride The own.riti* ofDr live
Dotler bdrm >S> bath t bath Iacsi.4creeoedporch. .,. curator directs pro.Mttre
0" "_ II I. hi belted
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Airport Rd Ml 2.4323 beach Contra heating and air. large utility' room and ''' ALD ARNOLD 8QV, through i'loed ttr ult tt.u
Nicely fcrniahed 2 bdrm I cond M.low..nd Beck Real.lore. carport Near schools" and ahop- 4nv;
iu *AV STRAY CO -& '., bath apt North Naplaa 175 per 413 3th Ave So Ml 1 1221 are pearly renteliAtm.mbar jr M-i 5' ARNOLD DONALD ARNOLD- 50 \ vision.

Painting with interlock for ..... Phore First Florid Real 3/S.lh.tf |e rant "*/ if t JOHN ARNOLD lion "to* under I
real >
reels ear specialty Estate Mart. Ml 2 tltl tall eontae* The
travel ESTIMATES, Licensed. 1117.9t CBS with lue,If* On Lean Brown SMITH: rAROLt. ? trol, at a high heat! 'with the
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w.y paved driveway. 155loIs. JaegerDEWEY7POLLY '" Florida keeps a rt<'ord 'A lemi"riturrjind
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a**'* small answering.".co with service 5 l" Modern. ono badroom and efficiency Garden The i s a brand Slay 1 10 IISM = 11; SI'A(,E-AGE TO" Jimmy Cook of New York has the oIllP.1 i ''millions IB \la' I *t,
service Apt*. fvranfted TV new Whitaker end N,cralistram 308 unnium fille/l tuhf, ri
Cell apace 0 and 4)55.receptionist cable .... Monthly ., yaar Complete t??. aw CARIBSEAN real it.\ of space at his fingertips as tie controls a variety the ', ,
round Ml 2-445S Kelly Mr end REALTY, )7M N Corner of 1st Ave ue CALL THE NESM'PORRIBBER doll n*' f!ssirKlju.tr/ rf i.

DrillCsrrfyllr And Live krace Ave IIUf Trail Ml 2 61t4. ./. thatf T.miami Ml 241S4.Trail' HTAMPS of toy spate term'let with, battery trannform trol rol'! .








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t pI STRIKErrRICH l ITS PDRIIXr P LV 0 1 1 10 COLLIER 8u.Uy, May COUNTY 17. DOS NEWS





r 1 MAtiKSTS j f I RR7 rl1lE"EE ij TeamstersSue

NINE L! .t. Hoffa



For FeesWASHINGTON

fIJECIII1ft (AP) Six
members of the Teamsters Un.
ion have filed suit demanding
that the union president, JamesR.
1 Hoffa, and his top command
repay the union money that
t PRICES Hoffa and other officials have
used to defend themselves In
EFFECTIVE SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN criminal trials.
.
The six rank and Hle Team.
MON.-TUES. '
Mere, In the U.s. District Court
WED, MAY GOVT.INSPECTEDHEAVY suit Friday, also asked that the
pre court erant an injunction forbid
18, 19, 20, WESTERN BEEF SALE! dine further payments of such
.. legal expenses.Estimates .
Y.
1964! a. I of the money ale
ready spent are in the hundreds
(CHUCK STEAKS'lb.49c of thousands of dollars.It .
was another In a series of
sharp blows to Hoffa's positions
boss of the nation's biggest

POT ROAST boneless Ib. 79 union.
Lipton Instant ( ) Even as the suit was entered
here,
Hoffa was sitting in
a
Morcol White Colored TableNapkins
or regk' Tea . . . . "IS, 89* Chicago charges courtroom of conspiring on trial to de.on
. . . to
p Lipton Bulk SHORT RIBS >lb. 39' fraud the union in a $20.mllllon
Y..lb. loan scheme.
Tea . . . . Fkg.: 45t.BrHUoat He also Is apoeallng an eight!
Club Grade A Flo. Med.

Eggs . . . 3 do,. $1 Tea Lipton Bags . 48ct.Jfll 67' GROUND BEEF 3 lbs. *1" him which year Chattanooga from Jury-tampering costs supervising money, Tenn.and convictionin -the keeps all day.at

(Plus 100 S&H Green Stamps with coupon) today affairs of the Team sters,
which he has run with an Iron

\\\1'lr\" Swift's Premium Pork 3 99Swift's hand.questioned Some union whether sources Hoffa have can

I 0 Bag Sausage lb>* the remain court In power actions, In, without the face the of

Premium Tatty backing of the union treasury.
Others point out that flouts
D Chunk Bo/gona Jib', 99cSorosota has storms weathered In the past. some hard
MAXWELL HOUSE
The six Philadelphia Team.
Brand Chipped sters who filed the suit are partof

INSTANT i '; D Beef Ham or Turks *.**. ,kg.JStCOFFEE off command the a fuss same in several the group Teamster weeks who kicked high ago

over the question of Hoffa's
legal fees.
CIANTSIZIr Teamsters general counsel,
Edward Bennett Williams,
agreed with the Philadelphia
group that such expendituresare
p illegal. Some executive
i __ board members demanded a full
ar board meeting to consider the
question further
10-oz. 99'II': No such meeting has yet been
\ scheduled on the issue but Hot.
=- jar
fa said he would atop using un.
)" a Ion money to pay his huge legal
-= 4
costs until the Teamsters can
get another legal opinion on the
limit; 1 per customer withpurchaiei '' ""+ > matter. .
The suit follows a recently announced
of $}.00 Labor Department, Jovestigal -
or man .
ion into the. union's payment
II"I of Hoffa's legal b's.
\ :4 F The only power the Labor Department

: 14 r make has public Is to the investigateand amount

J. spent for Hoffa's legal ex.pensea. .
Ihf erA 1 .
\ 4 r The law leaves it up to Individual .
I1oolw1ioo1\ \\ union members, such as
iJ\\\11"\\( FLAKES the Philadelphia group, to sue

Jfll OreenStamPs Md ><.war wa .d..l \\\\\ FROM POST! ,t for money reimbursement.allegedly spent of Improperly any.

SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN
FRESH GROUND BEEF gj The Philadelphia group also
asked that bonding companies
who have bonded top union of.
J 0000000200000000003[ II.POST Icials be made part of the suit.
They said Teamsters leaders
--= have refused to tell them the
-
spmWA"mso r --' dairy specials ftBorden's panies.names of the bonding com

TOASTIES The suit named Hoffa, 14 oth.
Green er members of the union's .
Stamps =--- executive
.<**!.MM.-4.mdl._.J| board and four trustees.
i- Cream Cheese X 33 The union has refused to say
I PEPSODENT !TOOTH PASTE a.-.. how much Hoffa's long legal
king siio 69c C ::-o0 I Pillibury S or BMOQQOOOOOOooooooooot3 troubles have cost.
---0::;
8.oz. reg. '' The six Teamsters contendedthat
pkg. 10 Biscuits . . 6 con s 49lSomeXTRAmso union officials are responsible .
under federal law'to use
frozen foods union money solely for the ben.
efit of the union and its mem.

2 customer Minute Moid Pink or Reg. bers.
per The six men who filed the suit

JX areen: psi 10OFFlimit purchases of 8 Lemonade . . 10 :M; $1' Coplo are John, Benjamin C. Jones Burnham Sr., ,Jesse Lou.

or more Chef's Frozen is J. Buttone, L. V. Schafer and
CUTER POLISH REMOVER
(4c.OK .ckl> ,. .I Waffles . . . 'Sr 49c John Reagan.
: : =RICL: ,'.
0002002200000000008 ..,," pOIARTSIIE; ,J... I& down produce lattc Red Germans Hold

h IIII \\ Crisp Florida PascalCelery Big Youth Rally;

"UUU' PREEUUIJ5 0 69 \ I large 5 C First In 10 Years
(: BERLIN (AP-The East Ger.
J71( Green Stampsgj .aof, . stalk man Communists launched a
mammoth. youth rally In East
/4w.ew. '
UMBRECHT'S CHEESE ;t Orange, Grope or Florida Punch WHERE SHOPPING is A PLEASURE Berlin Saturday offering three
days of entertainment Including: a

.. ..rim 20-ox.w...pkg.M.. 20.79c.... ; H.-C Drinks . . 346-01. $1 /sew concert Communist by the officials secret police.said they

000000000000000000.. Swet! Trtdt Crushed S STORE HOURS expected about 500,000 young;
sters from throughout East Ger.

mltJtlA 5O1 PineappleKobey's I . . . . . #con 300 19 6 e i Mon. -.Thurs.6:30 such many rally to show since up.1954 It ,Is when the first hun..
8F3.0
dreds used the opportunity to escape
.toll % M A R K T s j to the West.

I5L It Green.IS).!.m.M*mi Stamps ovdiu*.>. Potato Stix . . . . can 10 ,, 8:30.9:00 now.The They Reds built can the feel Berlin fairly Wall safe

REALKIU BUG BOMB Plastic Wrap aea.ee Saturday nearly three years ago and the
100ft. 8:30 7:00 chances of reaching the West
size 89c ,..y3
...1_reg.w.... MrY 20. .M flU H a nd 1-W rap. . . roll poInnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn are remote.
About 10,000 guards, armed
l..yVVVVVVVVVVVVV 150llilt.ltaA with submachine guns and aided .
50mlfW !' leAm50I by police dogs, normally
laAm50J [5O.50
uuu5o !50mlfW guard the border around West

o ,l Green Stamps I .871 Green Stamps Jll Green ; Berlin.Western intelligence sources
*A Green I .i*OHM* said they noted a slight Increase
,14 fII.w....-.4.- I 4A .4.wa.* .+.Ale. eMsjMsl LIQUID CHIFFON DETERGENT TEnET TEA BAGS LIFEBUOY stampJ In guards since Friday.Hundreds .
AERO
\
-WAZ stampJ 49c 64-ct. pitt I. 68c 6 reg. of special trains
22-01. size ,
qt. con : "" .n. W. and buses carried youngsters to
...._ .. W.1. M.Y 20. 114 ID: : So
'O
WM. M.Y 8 OOOOOOOOOOOoOOOOO a no O "O 0008 0 0 o the and villages.city from scattered towns

I --- -. The meeting Is sponsored by
the Free German Youth Or.
romanhousehold gantzatton under the patronage
cairo beauty smooth cairo beautysw. ronco ronco superose of Walter Clbrlcht, the Commu-
elbow macaroni sweetener bleach slat party boss.
peanut butter mixed pickles thin spaghetti Ulbrlcht Invited West German
youngsters to come to East Ber.

I -:.. 33- 1:b:', 39- 2 !ir 39 2 K39< 'alas. 69 I e.l H 33 lie no evidence for the rill that) but any there af'f''e'Ii&was.
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his number did so.





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mobile and reel Industries con- 1961s.
line to mar, h shoulder to Sales continued to run ahe:d
shoulder at the head of the bust of last year In the first 10 c\.I\\ s Junior High PTA To Install
ness parade. of May when dealers cold 194,
The i reduction pace shows 196 American.made cars The New Officers Tuesday
tittle sign of slackening until dally selling rate was 1.5 percent Mrs \,tier Barker Collier Donald Deerlng vice.president
seasonal factors take over. ahead of a year earlier l.Unt111')1| vIsor of elemeiUn Mrs. Irene Bell; secretary,Mrs.
Automobile plants hummed Steel production reached an edui .Itltln, uii l install tile nl'w ex. Miles Scofleld,and the treasurer,
with 8,'tlvlt)' during the week as 11.month peak during the week, e, utlvo ,,111.1', for the coming Mrs R.L. Woodson.
an estimated 178,900 passenger when 2,492,000 tons of Ingots term at tit I lest meeting of the! Following the Installation,par,
'cars rolled off assembly lines, were poured. Mills ran at an N.ij ItTuc s Jui mur Hi compared with 162,063 a year estimated 80 per cent of rajactty. -d.u. Mi 19, at 7:30 at the tamed by a concert given by the
ago. >,wl, school band under the direction
Production would have been In the first 19 weeks of this The new 1 l'n"Ioit'lIt 1 i will Ixi Mrs, of Don llolzhausen.
higher had it not been for a year, output totaled 003,000
work stoppage at Ford Motor tons against 41,864,000 In the
Co.'s Loraln, Ohio, plant. like periods of 196 S. ATTENTION CQLUEH COUNTY BUSINESS MW
Ward Automotive Reports, a Fast.paced operations were
trade publication, predicted that reported lifting employment I In ,,, qra
U.$. automakers would turn out the steel Industry Inland Steel SOUTHEAST BOOKKEEPING SERVICEP.
'7.9 nilllon can In the 1864 mod. Co. said It was encountering
O. Boa 403 Naples FloridaFor
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el run, exceeding the current a shortage of available man -------
\\ATFRMELON FESTIVAL enjoyed by 31 members of the Youth
power. Mas
minimum
a monthly charge we keep your books,
The nation's Industrial pro Lowe, GwaltneyGet Grnup of the new" Central Baptist Church nt the home of Rex Oscar Me- financial statement, labor reports (Federal A StaU),
Goldwater'sMan ductton In April posted the big, Collum pastor; on Sea Gate Drive last Saturday It was the fifth meet and prepare all las reports for Federal A State Our
jest gain la almost a jear. Pictures In date. Hex McCollum and his wife
to
inn of the youthful) organization
This resulted from an Increase completely equipped mobile office allows us to workon
The 'Skin Diver'The arc seen< at extreme right and Homer Ferguson, a ouch coun I Is Green- In the output of Iron and steel, conlt at your place of business, WRITE FOR
automobiles, furniture and other May Issue oP'SkinDlvd left. Church services are being held in Masonic Temple on the North IT.11.1:
consumer goods magazine contains a full,pge Trail until the Central Baptist Church on Sea date Drive is built,
Harry, That Is The Commerce Department advertisement of Evlnrude, dlvU tCampeau p h otol
that retail sales dippedIn .W
reported slon of Outboard Marine Corpor. divert pictured I full) attired I fit >
April for the second straight atlun, : Recreation
their I ftv rile t spit The divers
month. The total of $21,244,000, The ad features the "Gv+ when wh posed 1"1 the( dr4" Henry
000 compared with $21,305,000,,. you want. where you want' aspect Lime and Mike Gwdtiiej, bull j
000 In March and a record $21, of beating with two skin of Naple'| Calendar
511,000,000 In February. ___ 000 '
I However the Industry remained
optimistic. CarlN. MOfctWY
s SchmaU, president of the ti0 |p.m.-Adwh newer I I.".
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rational Petal Merchants As t am0/en ParifcOO I1, I
soclatlon and president of R.H. r.. -fwnhr a maws .
Stearns Co., Boston, predicted ..ulf Irt o.,1 rot 1'aMlee. ...
retail sues this year will reach b Ids 1.III.-.w.M lgww.. ..41rlase
a record $360 billion. This would 51g ',..--tllMtl aoe.Tt'ttM .
be a gain of more than 5 percent
over the 1963 tut..!. ,
1.00butting p. =i.eanr t Mann
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Thanks To t'arabre. r.n. Found the color you want in several different '1
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HARRY GREENHis league c. aavvlkr. PaeSi iMMla stores? Can't decide whose to buy?
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News MediaWHEREAS f t.UKTrt)4; ). i nNeidewltwwrttnsAY .

name may be Green but 1 1.r Don't go eenie, mecnie, minie, moe Pick 'i
Harry Green, the local chair- the Board of r 2>00 p m.- Senior Crtiseneehufn.Mwrd.Camhier
man of the Goldwater for Pre- County Commissioners of Collier Park the best brand: Lees carpets Buy from I Ia

sident Committee is considered County. Florida adopted 4:00 p.III.- IboebCr.UulI for x-
far from being green In a Resolution placing t $550 girl's wiflball. Rf'C'rl'utt' ren reliable dealer:

politics or In business. 000.00 general obligation bond ter.
A former staff management Issue to a referendum vote at i 5.11:! p m.-Inl\rllll"lU..t. gait
consultant for the Clint Murchl- the First Primary Election held "f", rlask. Dig Cypress Golf CHUM Naples Floor CoveringWe

son organization In Dallas May 5, 1164.! for the acquisitionof '. TIIUISDAY .
Tex., and founder and presi- a 166 acre Gulf beach front 4:00 p.m.lnlerlwcU.tIPnnlsd..calllbler \:
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dent of Universal Manufacturing tract South of Wiggins Pass.and Park.
Corporation Tie Is a dedicated WHEREAS this Board was 50 YEARS AGO yesterday In ceremonies held In Ascutney, 5:11:! p.m.-Adult tx Republican parry worker most anxious for the referen- Vt., Miss Edith Bristol became the bride of C A. Wicks class-Big Cypress Gulf Ciwrw. every carpet
and Sunday school teacher. dum to be voted on favorably In Yesterday the couple marked the anniversary with littl.fanr.re T.10 p.m.- Men's softball So does Lets
He Is a graduate of Temple order to properly provide suit but are lookingforward to the near future when league- Camblt Perk: PnllUvsEtahlman .
University Philadelphia, ma- able beach and recreational facilities they will join their two sons, one daughter, 14 grandchildrenand ; Tr<'t>lcB .s Slime.9t30

Jorlng In political science and for the citizens of and three great grandchildren In a family affair In West r ItI1)AY
studied law at the Universityof the visitors to Collier County Sand Lake, N. Y. The Wicks landed in Naples about eight ajn -A'x'tc.uU'id.ss.catfltJWr : Joor COV."j"99." t
California at Berkeley He Florida endWHEREAS .. .yoiritasigo t Md before the sue droppetj btfhlnd the Gulf bad put. 4 '" tI ::. flapc!; *,
Citi'shb
halls from Carson City. Ner. ths Board bought two house. The Wick will be remembered In Naplesas 1:00 1 p.m. Bonlnr.
Mr. and Mrs. Green were requested the news media to Mr, and Mrs. Santa Claus, and among the founders of rwllnc.Bruulr..ld, owl. 17 Years of Dependability
married at the Episcopal cooperate Ineveryway possible the Senior Citixens Club, Neighbors and friend. In the nee ,. been D80 Sixth Avenue Ho Phone Ml t40MQ

Church In Naples In January, to publicize the referendum so past week have helped the couple celebrate their 60 yearsof clocked at speeds! of more !!
1963. Mrs. Green Is the former that the freeholder "electors marriage (NEWS photo) than 40 mil!i per hour J N I':: "- .." .'. < rnIl1.\' :t. ::. ,. .j
Sandra Yahnke.daughter ofPhyllis would fully understand the

and Leo Luxem, 614 Issue and Importance of votingon __ 99999999999999999999999999gReserve
Bowline Drive Mrs. Luxenr same, andwHEREAS.
teaches the Creative Wrltlnf the various news NOW OPEN o> .

Class a philanthropy of the media did accept the challengeby / o
Naples Woman's Club and directs giving publicity far and be- \ o Space Now! :
the Writers' Radlc yong what this Board expectedand
Forum.Mr. requested.NOW .
and Mrs. WUlard Wagner THEREFORE BE IT /J k449 o 0
Mrs. Green's maternal RESOLVED by the Board of SWEDE'SAUTO \

grandparents also reside In County Commissioners of Collier IN THE TWO :
Naples at 422 Third Street. County. Florida, tnat It 9
South. DO AND DOES HEREBY commend ( ?H .
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A graduate of the UnIver- the news media for Its I .
sity of Florida In 1960. Mrs. splendid efforts and further extends TRIM I 9 .
Green taught English and Jour- Its appreciation and gratitude
nalism at South Broward High tot
School In Hollywood Fla.,priorto Michael Chance Editor,Col- / 9o WELCOME :
her career u stewardess lier County News & UPHOLSTERY (
for United Air Lines In San Sam England Reporter Collier .
Francisco. County News
Green's activities are sum- Tom Morgan. Bureau Chief. \ 10th SI, North o .
med up In his own ..words "I'm Miami Herald Ml 2-5326 e
proud to be a Republican I'ma Fred Winter. Bureau Chief NOBLES :
solid Goldwater conservative Fort Myers News Press 9o
and I'm very happy to be able William Ryan Manager 1
to contribute to his support Radio Station WNOG Naples e
We have < nasty thankless Job Al Wood, Anouncer Radio .
to do among our own ranks Station WNOG. Naples [ ONLYh o e
before we can get the kind of BE 1TFURTHERRESCLVED SPECIALWEEK e
support It takes to win an election that certified copies of this .
1 have no personal political Resolution of commendation and 9 0i
ambitions. When the Job appreciation forwarded to the + i e
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U done I hope to turn the reins above mentioned persons. ) Jconvertible' o
over to the loyal,longtime Collier DONE AND ORDERED In regular 9
Republicans who deserveour session this 12th day of 9 / .

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DUCK VAUDEVILLE STATE OF OF FLORIDA COLLIER) ) Workmanship! 9 e

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I, Margaret T. Scotr. Clerkof e
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said County and State hereby Igg jp 9 e
certify that the foregoing Is 9 e
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a true copy
Year Resolution adopted by the Board GOT A COMPLETE 9 Editions of. :
of County Commission*rs on the YEPl! WE'VE 9
f FrNa/s 12th dAf of May, 1964 and appear 0
<'n Minute Book 7 of said UPHOLSTERY SHOP! 9
Board. AUTO TRIM 9 .
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2B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday May 17. 964 CAP Establishes

I Amelia Earhart America's Cup Takes Planning Money .j


Award For Cadet -
t4nmokalee News
Civil Air Patrol, civilian aux.

BY MRS. W. M. GARRETT lllary of the United States Air Luders 20 Tank Tests FOUR AT LUDERS YARD

-..-- Force, has memorialized one of Design STAMFORD Conn. LAP) -
America's most famed women
the Aurora Syndi ItO'II
Two new members, Mri. Mil ss that held In 1082 with pos. flyers, with the establishmentof \\hon
dred Prlct and Mr. MoeellaIlager slbly a slight Increase In the an Amelia Earhart Award In meiervutht American Eagle was

were reported by Mrs. number of ground pieces to be Its new cadet program Lead to $475,000 Sailing Costs here Completed it marked al the the Luders fourth Amerita's yard-

O.W. Hancock, membership fired. Some 50,000 CAP cadets, boys boat the .
Cup on premisesWeathrrlv
chairman, when the Immokalee and girls ranging In age from 13 successful Cup do
Seminole Club met at the Ma. ON THE FARMS through 18 years, will strive to By FRANK ECK
sonic building Monday evening. Immokalee' 1964 season began win the Earhart Award as part! AP Newifeaturtt Sports Editor "11'mli i ii 1963 Columbia sue
,
v-iul t dd'n.ter i in 1951, and
Mrs. Grady Westmorland presided. this week to show signs of the CAP Aerospace Education "
drawing close to the end as most for award Qr'a f,islcrnct, a competitor in both
secretary ordered cover program youth. The STAMFORD. Conn. (AP1) \hen a millionaire makes up his mind to get a new /pt", I" tflalM.have been stored.
The green or ground variety of tomatoes will be Introduced into the Lead.
cloth for the Eastern Star Signet started to dwindle off ershlp Phase of the cadet pro boat I into the tuff ,competition for the America's Cup he usually picks out a k I ''r tin winter,

which was voted on by the sharply with at least two green gram this summer signer of a L 12 meter yacht, inquires about the cost of building same and th >.' n
members. The wishing well was tomato packing plants scheduledto Mis Earhart born In Atchison, r .
awarded to Mrs. Sarah Roberts close by the end of this weekor Kan.,:4 July 189Swa educated at sai\ "go ahead. raunai sWfll v. .31. ... 1511

Mrs. Kenneth Glidden was hos. early next week. Hyde Park High School,Chicago, But this Is not how Pierre S.

less at the meeting. Others Stake tomatoes, however, will and Columbia University. During du Pont of Wilmington, Del went

attending were Mesdames JoeP. continue to plentiful until about her life she won enduring fame for aboulltf'ttlnClh.American Eagle, tank testing program 1 was lookIng -

Brown, Earl Taylor, Crover the middle of June, said Roy herself and pioneered woman's ore of two new 12s built this for a backer. That Is
Kennedy, Frank Warriner and Miller, owner of Immokalee role In aviation. In 1932 she was
Henry McDaniel. Growers. This was also the general the first woman to solo the At. spring In Long Island Sound ship- the hardest part

A.2c Franklin O. Davis, son feeling of Immokalee. To. Untie Ocean for which she was \ards. "Mr du Pont was not Interested IL'

of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis of' mato" Growers who also pack made a Chevalier of the Legion The designer In this rase A.E. In a new 12 but he was Interested

Immokalee has been sent to Taiwan stake tomatoes. They closed of Honor of France, was award Rill) Luders Jr., went to du In our model testing .1

China, for 18 months their green tomato operationslast ed Distinguished FlylnlC rOil Pont. program at Stevens Institute at
week. Tony Rosbough expected (the first woman to be so honor.
LOOKING AHEAD to wind up his pepper ed), and received the gold medalof i "1 wrote him a letter In midsummer Hobcken, N.J. He became more s 1d

Preparation was started this harvest about the end of the the National GeographlcSocle- -- -- of 1963." the !54-ve.r- Interested. We made 20 more

week which will result In a 4th week, after a season that saw ty. Again In 193S she soloed from THE TROPHY This i II the old I udeM! began without fan tests to complete the tank pro
of July celebration In Immoka. prices holding fair most of the Hawaii to California. These were
America's Cup en which fare. "I, wrote that we were gram. One thing led to another
let this year, after an absencebf time. About all\ growers agreed her two greatest achievements
American yachtsmen willsp.nd and then contracted to build
12 meter design we
working on t new
any celebration last year, due the season was profitable,though before she was lost,together with olmoil $2 million thisywr
to the 40 celebration marked and that we had run out of a boat 'not to exreed$250,000.
year staged no big profits were up her navigator, on an attempted .
"y the County. Chamber president on any produce. Pacific night In 1937. funds to 'omplete our model Luders, who won his first of

Edwin Jones appointed Stan The Earhart Award consists
Watermelon which started off two 6 meter sailing championships A''i
;Wrisley chairman of this year's of an appropriately designed cer. II.
on a 8'/2' cents market have now at I Sand twice won the
vent; two other members of the tlficate andrlbbon.predomlnantly
dropped to about 2V4 cents per International design chtm-
hamber will be named to the white, with shield in center con. one
which will allow for
pound, a
Committee this week. slating of six white stars on a plonshlp, has been working on
small margin of profit. Water.
The Rotary Club was on- melon harvest Is expected to hold blue background, and thirteen alternating 12 meter designs s'nre' 1937 I .w __r ---..........-_._ .a ..r
acted: for aid on the project until about June 10th providing red and white stripes. and In seven years has made
and Roland Getty was appoint.d weather conditions are favor. A narrow band of alternating red, more than 100 tank tests NEWEST ACIIT This .is the hull of American Eagle
as that organization's white and blue colors runs In a
The first meeting reprepenUtlve. of able, several growers point out. horizontal line through the cen. A graduate of Webb Institute of on which 45 men have \\ o rked at the Luders yard in

he celebration committee: was However, the hot weather con. ter of the ribbon and behind the Naval Architecture Luders had Stamford, Conn The $:50.000 yacht is due to set sail
dltlons or the fore part of this I
field Friday with the shield. An etching of the avla. :4.spending .
night re. week are doing considerable damage done work for the du Ponts since May
resentatlves of other organizations trlx suitable for framing also
to both 1932 when the family sailed
and
plant foliage
to lay the ground work for presented with this award. r all this money for a will be launched May 19 and
melons which could shorten the '
small boats around Fisher's
this year's event. Emphasis will 68-foot monster that contains ready to sail! May 24. Forty-
season by as much two weeks.
be on this year's parade down Stetson Adopts Island. After his 85-year-old dad 15,000 board feet of Honduras five men have worked on her atone
New Market road 1 to the airport A few melons are beginning to passed away on April 7, Bill time or another.No .
park. show In the Arcadia area, mahogany and displaces 60,000
up New Speed-Up Luders became president ofLuders
The fireworks program Is ten. but the acreage In that area Is Marine Construction Co. pounds of water? other sport requires as
tatlvely planned consist of at not sufficient to have too much Academic Program much planning and money as 12-

past: the same hour.lonl prolram effect on the melons here. In discussions about a crew Class of Iti OwnA meter yacht racing. A 12 Is a
DELAND, Fla. .. Stetson Unl- ,+ aw du Pont and Luders screed the
under full
when
to behold
sight
millionaire might candidly
versify here has adopted a new best skipper would be Bill Cox
academic calendar that enables sayt "The Amerlca'sCupbelongs sail but It has one purpose-to
a four-time International class
students to finish their one summer for one
superior In America, but Bill Luders compete
.
The Agency With Personal Service college work In less than three .- champion from Darien, Conn. says trophy There's\. no guaranteethat

yearsStetson President J. Ollie \ISIOKk Andrew kaplane prepares a jib fitting on "It's the biggest raring a new boat will be selectedto
Edmunds has announced.The Coat Almost Doublet
I new calendar, to begin American I[agle' s 90-foot aluminum mast, Preliminary yacht built today. Compared to face the British challenger

in the fall of 1985 at Stetson, trial begin June 6 on Long! Island Sound, Du Pont has advanced consider the old J boats the 12s are small, And there is no flnanclil gain,
ably more than $100,000 but It
A depMldablepcID
Is based on fall and spring terms but the America's Cup puts the But that's what makes Ameri
Ible for protecting you your of approximately 15 weeks each, .,.,,-- will cost Ms 41-man Aurora
family, borne end binifMMftiixt 12 In a class of Its own" ca's Cup yacht racing
every "incurable threat a winter term of five weeks, anda \;:; Syndicate about $475,000 If the
\ American Eagle's three unusual
of loot through a plumed program summer term of eight weeks. American Eagle goes all the way
of pl'otectICIft.ntMII The new Stetson calendar allows features are Its flat deck,
and meets Britain's new KurrewaV .
bjr companies of unquestioned the most able students to lu the hump Into which aluminum !:
Aeearw srrs.w or Sovereign on Sept 15 In the' .F.JFJ
bnancUl strength. complete as many as 38 credit mast fits and the small transom
hours during the fall through first match race of the best four

i spring period of two regular out of seven series off Newport, .
winter term. 90 Fool MOlt Possible
and short
terms a
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Such students may also add 10 j "The n&L'decVhas enibledjis
I But first the Eagle faces *
4 .. more hours In the summer term, pnllmlnary to lower the weight and make
SlUIIlIClIt, leg for a total of 48 In a year's time. trials In Long Island I for better footing for the crew,"
: They thus could earn the 124 r Sound starting June 8. Th 6 n I
--.- ... ll". hours required for graduation In r says Luders. "The hump was
come the observation trials ofl r
: Avenue SwtbPhew
m Jth
less than three years' time.Doft't used In 6 meter boats and Is
2-5141 Newport July I and then the final]I
.... new in a 12. It rises seven
Mia ,1etWa
trials Aug. 18 These will be
Be A Litterbug against three other American: Inches above the deck, which Is

the maximum height allowed,and HOLLANDSALLEY
boats-the new Constellation I
permits us to use a longer ((90
(U.S. 20) built this spring al t:
feet) mute
Mlnneford's Yard at City Island,
"It's a reverse curve transom INC.
N.Y.; the successful 1958 Cup,
and It's name will be easier to
EWELL E. "PAPPY".- defender Columbia, recentlypur, see from a power boat" 9af teuoA

chased by Californian Thomas 850 5th AVE., S

Patrick Dougan. and Nefertltl, NAPLES, FLORIDAFurniture
i the Boston syndicate boat built US 21 on Mainsail
I The Eagle will '
carry I'.S 21
| In 1962
on her mainsail since It Is the
ase The Eagle's total cost of closeto
MOOREr newest 12 built. I Lofting date-
a half million dollars Includes
f9
__ when lines were transferred to Rugs,
sails, a full season's unkeep and
DOU1LI I' (1IIT MM.: n"" ifner ,builder A.E (Bill) yard and tender work and rent the mold loft floor-wai Nov. 11, Gifts, Accessoriesand

iiJcrn- Jr..loak4tin I UK workman lighten ked bolt on 1963. Until recently she was
|: of a Newport house for an It-man
WAS VOTED the AI11rlloI1EalI I : I IKurou S\ nJitak' i 68-foot 12' crew. known only as hull number 1041. Objets d'art

meter l hope to lUfcnJ (lu' ,1mtita's: vup What On April 19, one week before
Is so fascinating about not to be foundelsewhere
HIGH MAN copper bronze was applied to

g. her hull, she was named .

American Eagle after the ship e e e ,

that brought 13 du Ponts to
'' "Here We Go
KG. County CommissionerDISTRICT r Again"FEEl America In 1800. The latest Visit our furnished modal

J y pride of the luden shipyard
No. 5 apartments at Carriage

UTTlf ADS. Club La Tour Rivage and
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as your County Commissioner. MEMBER OF

Ife\; ( AMERICAN INTERIOR DESIGNERS INSTITUTEOF A I



HE WILL Put the Interest and welfare of ALL the people of Collier ,..
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County FIRST.


.. r '!'If Tfc erees Nothing Lifc, It In Naples r
HE WILL
Work for the progress and development of the urban area

of Collier County, always keeping the greatest potentialsfor r
'I":
growth In mind. s. .

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i HE WILL Work for the greatest possible development of our sgri- -- --- ---:---- I wlil, ,

****** cultural area BECAUSE he has been In the growing, .-: .

harvesting, packing and shipping of vegetables all his life.It aa' ,; "WHEn THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER"A J

was through his efforts that Collier County now has an -: .._ New
Community
of Cooperative
Agricultural Experimental Station In Immokalee.
] Garden Apartments for Adults I


-HE WILL- Work to improve the welfare status of migrant workers Only-Prices Start at $7,200

through all available Stale and Federal channels, In an IS' Fiberglass Host U II.P Johnron Murray Tilt Trailer

effort to RELIEVE COLLIER COUNTY WELFARE LOAD. He -

knows that a large percentage of our county income is derived INSPECT
THE
t COME REGISTER OFTEN MODEL ONE BED-
from agriculture and migrant labor is of prime importance 1 ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM

to our area APARTMENTS
ON TWELFTH AV-


H:;Ii WILL- PROMISE ONLY ONE THING to serve ALL the NO OBLIGATIONTO WEEKDAYS ENUE, SOUTH 10, AND A.M. FIFTH TO S STREET.,.M. -

people of Collier County IMPARTIALLY. SUNDAY 1 TO S P.M

BE GIVEN AWAY BY


Your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated

rid r4Q4odated

SERVICE

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vidual series, Edna Simpson, retary at the Monday night league 1 Claims Idealism Sunday, Mir IT, 19(4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 31
[ scratch, and UI Peters, hdcp. which will begin bowling May: 2"
High team single game-John't Sunday night mixed league will Prompted Spying FUNNY BUSINESS
Clothing. High individual game have a meeting M.l1I7th at 7,JV
Jo Wlckham, scratch and Katie pjn.The For Communists

Mull: hdcp. Margaret Bickford Parent-Chlld league will STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP)
was the most bowler. begin their ,
Improved season June 7. Offl-
Col. Stlg \Vennerstrom declared !
Officers were elected for the cers Jim s ,
are Dun, president, Yil't
today he spied for the Russian
1965.66 season and they are President and Susan Anderson secretary.
> from "ideallstli motives, aimed
L Marlon Sorensen; vice Belles and Beaus,mlxed-orn.
'at the and
___ president, Lu 111 Lord preserving peace
EGLER'S'i ; sea cers areDon Chester president; power balance of the world." 1
treas., Bobble Hendrtx. Gene ChamberUnvlce-presldent;
SUGAR 'N SPICE-The winning and Ginnie Baldwin, secretary. The Swedish air force officer, o
team.and bj' only '4 point.was treasurer. on trial for relaying defense eeorets o
the Sage*. Bowling for that team of Sweden to Moscow overa
were Hazel Abrahamson, Cindy 14-year' |period, offered that
Brlsson, Eluulse Williams and Boa/log' Jips./ .1 reaaon in court
Etta Wright Their luncheon was The prosecution demanded
held at the Pub and Belvla Allen that he be sentenced to prisonfor JOO
was elected the queen. TheSagea life, the highest peacetime
? oi
also won both high team series punishment In Sweden.A .
r 1r i o o
and game. High Individual seriesEloutse -
defense attorney asked that
Williams scratch and
,
Joa Individual the Jury, with regard to Wtmner ,, ., .
Sharp, hdcp. High Strom's "Idealistic motives"and
game, scratch, Polly\ Pearsonand
for humanitarian reasons,
W.Hdcp. Bebe Moog. Most
set a fixed term.
improved \bowler was Joa Sharp.
t+1
The verdict Is to be pro.
Officers elected were: President,
nounced June 12.Wennerstrom .
Jo Powell; Vice President, Jo
Loath andSec.Treas.,Patsy Robert 57, ha* stated
son.MTE, that he also spied against the
-- -- --- s OWU;..ondltlllnt"d Air Making your I boat fait to a dockshouldn't United States and the North At. "I 1 don't like his attitude lately!"
REPEATING as league champions was the number one team from the First was the le-igue champion with cause knotty problem' antic Treaty Organisation, but -
Methodist Church, bowling at Brookside. Individual and team trophieswere bowlers Haul Abrahamlon,Juan- if you know the moM versatile the court case Involves only ..11.ploll.lle .
presented to the champs. Members of the team from left are : Scott Ita Snyder, Bea Mohrbacher and knot of all-I he I bowline In chief against his neutral:
Wolfe ; Vernon Allen ; The Rev. Harry Parham standing in for team Rose Morrison. Chesser's Wash advantages, uy the Mercury I boating homeland. The prosecution said
'0 Mat: won both the high team authorities, are that it's ea,y to he turned over" 160 top defense SOMETHING VERY SPECIALIn
member Wesley H, Miltner unable to be because of illness Norman
present ;
series and high team game High lie won't slip and can be loosened secrets of Sweden to the
Robertson, team captain ; and Pearlie Riner. The plaque and the team Mandevllle; hdcp, Agatha Cleary. easih Mere's how to fashion one: Uuul.1ns.Wpnnerstronl.

trophy held by Reverend Parham will be placed on display in the church High individual game, scratch maL a loop in the "standing part"of the central Naples area U the 150 by 100
trophy case. (McGrath photo) Juanita SnyderhdcpSharon; Yahl. the line as .hoYon. Paw the end was Indicted on
through the loop around the three main counts, all dealing f..t of lovely homtsit on the northeast corner
Most Improved bowler award was up
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presented to Vtrgle Hut to. standing part then return it down with his activities against Sweden of First Sir..!, South, and Third Av."". Just
: JY: :: The Parent-Child league has through the loop. Tighten by pull! during his long career' as
given Itself the name Small and ing on the free end-loosen it by air attathe. in Moscow and a block from the beach. $9,500; ttrms.
rr Big Fry. Officers elected were: lugging at the rope where it cnxlc Washington and then In key
President, Jim Sheets; vice-pre the standing purl of the line It's posts of the Swedish defense
t1" sident, Larry Lee"; st"colreall., the "rot knot deviled: for ,in\ MIU- command and foreign ministry. AD MILLER ASSOCIATESREALTORS
Danny Mullins. Regular: bowline ,Ilion where you need II temporaryloop lie has challenged only minor
.- 1# will begin" May 17th. in the end of a line points of the indictment
..,
... } The Saints and Simtersanlxedleague.wtll _
also begin their sum. 0-
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I Ir was mer season elected May President 17th. Art; Cap't Allen" I[Read the Want Ads 305 Fifth Avenue, South MI 1.1124oTOIw

Grant, Vice president; Patsy I _
Robertson\ sectreas."
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\ PINE LANES
COFFEE 'N DC>:'\l1T- Donna
".frJ Hatley fired a 226 for a 520
and led the league. Mary Arm-
., burbt came up with a 478 and
/I" Shirley" Glasser 461.Terry Mur. SEE
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--6. w --- nan had: a nice 168 loner', Sandy
CHURCH LEAGUE bowling champions, bowling at Pine Lanes, was the Hackney and Elinor Brunk 164,
I number two team from the First Christian Church. Members are, from Audrey Sober" 160, Jackie Morgan .

left : Charles Petty, Allen Bibee, Bob Zwicker, and B. D. Hyder, team 154, Leona Pilson 153, Jan
) le Prlller 150, Bobble llendrlx i
captain.. (.Mcfirftth photo
149 and Joyce Zate 139.137 Next I
Goads Dept. .-two In one Is. sident and vice president of the president; Martna Vanchura, se. week will be the sweeper I
sue-huw about that??? Bowlerettes league, appreciatedthe cretary; Lucille Perrytreasur MIXED MAJOHS LEAGUE-I These TERRIFIC BUYS
Linda Sauchelll's 1220 scoreIn honor they did not feel that er, and Mildred Eaton, sgt. at Summer session began : 4 .IN BRAND
the fceml finals of the News- ABC or WIBC would have ap. arms. Ing. Teams gave thluven:1:1
Press Tournament was for 6 proved. They have declined and New bowlers those who have names of comic fctrips.
gomes and not !5 I as previously will Join Ev Baldwin, secretary, not bowled during the winter sea. ing for the men for the nlte was I
mentioned. Blasting a game of In the Trail Bowlers league next son-are reminded that they must Tex Kaverman 661 with two 237
260 scratch Linda totaled 1220. fall. be sanctioned before they can begin games Ev Baldwin tossed a 622.
scratch. About a 203 average. Officers who were named for the summer season.,The men 225, One Tillman 501-213 and
While Jim McKay and Wes the Bowlerettes are: Helen Henson (ABCwill pay a small fee which Carl Armbrust !573.212. Mary Jo S1Ll1ania TV'sWith
JiVnsmi who were listed as pre president; LJl Miller, vice they will have to renew before Glbbs used" two 191 games: fora NEW 1964
the 1904-63! season begins. The 545 series and led the fair'
women (\UBC) wtl pay the regular sex. Lll Miller produced a 537.
NAPLES amount but their sanction 197, Ethel Jones 503.189, Tvrry
FLY will carry them through the beginning Murnan 485 and Ann Fuller 472. I
MIAMI of the 1965.66 winter sea. Jack 211, Wes Henson 203, Gus
stiR. 201 and Nell 200. .. If" ;. !
POWDER PUr'F-Fraii's Hair' CHASSIS
New Year Round Daily Schedule BROOKSIDE BOWL, Designs won the championship. DELUXE) POWER STREAM
Promised not to mention the Bowlers on the lean! were' Ruby
Naples To Miami names, as they will be announ Riner,Franct"11 FiUekMay Grant
ced later, but In the National and Marc Miltner. Awards and
7.45A.M. 11 :30 A.M. 3,45 PM.: AJBC Tournament which washeldIn trophies were presented at a Bonus Power Provides 20,000 Volts of Picture Power
March, two of the local jun. luncheon" at the Pub. High team
Miami To Naples lor bowling teams will receive series, scratch.Etkardi, hdip.
900: AM. 2:15 P.M. 5:00 P.M. trophies for placing in the event Dorothys. High team" single game,
PALMETTOJohn's Clothing scratch. Etkards, hrtip-Uly's.
Collections and Reservations to any point !la the world was presented with the first place High Individual series, scratch.
team trophies at the banquet Terry Murnan, hdcp. Myrtle
NAPLES AIRLINESNaples held In the Elks Club. Shirley Brack. High/ Individual game,
Johnson, Jo Wickham, Lucille scratch.Terry Murnan, hdcp. : ,w i rl
"" Airport Concourse 3 Miami
AirportMI Lord, Eileen Wheeler and Mary Norma Qupeny
J-J4J4 "NE" 44811 Armbrust were the recipient HE 'N HERS- Mary and Alton
City Ticket office "Naples" Travel Agency 4 Corm of the trophies High team series '. Hatcher, Hermlne" and Willie lluber .
Furniture Fair; High indl. were" the" members" of the
voutswagon team" which won first
place. High team series- Model
,- iifMfIf77 T's; High team" slnglu-Corvettes.
High Individual serles-Bud Mohr- iii d
bather and Ethel Jones /High
eJI
cSq Individual game.Hob Steelejr.and .
Ethel Jones Officers next
( season will bit President, Ever.
ett Baldwin; Vice President, Wal.
lace AUrrnathle sec-treas, Mil. Early American Maple
dred" Eaton. 23" Console SylvaniaWith
Finish 23" Sylvania TV
Tex Kaverman" was elected sec-
twin Finish
speakers Mahogany
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More and more people are realizing that they'll have to br legal holiday. The

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"41' COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Bandar, May U, i"4, VA To IssueReminders Hangar Scoop

I *" For f I Serve Up Bananas in Style!


Shopping Around By Rolfe W-TypeInsurance ,. Kn. niu Your CAPBy
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The Veterans Administration By CECILV BROWNSTONE .-.- --
will now issue two reminder no. Associated Press Food Editor day that I think a lot of people

tlcea to Korean Conflict veterans SERVING By SWENSONA would be Interested in.
BANANAS with a
holding GI limited renewableterm man dish isn't some bright new :_ temporary change has (1)) What do CAP cadets oVA
"W" type. Insurance to idea modern cooks hate drearnrJ been made In the meeting schedule ( ) CAP cadets are o'''ered
them when their policiesno
warn the opportunity to !
members. partlctpite
lT will be renewable. up.In of Senior CAP
longer the 1900' Beef Stanleywas In many activities, such ai internatlonal
(' e Policies of this type finallyexpire From June through Septemberthere -
r /'SAN' at the end of the five- famous offering I've ncr will be but one meetinga cadet exchange rook
K diacotered who Stanley" was it Jay Spencer, he's
year term period which contains month--on the fourth Tues going to
but I do know
that Beef
the Insured'a 50th birthday. After Sianlo day. Cards will be sent out Great Britain); national aced in.
is fit for
an
that period, the policy must According epicure to a distinguished notifying members each month ternatlonal drill competition! ,
be converted to a permanent plan cook book of the time, Beet of the meeting. Staff members summer encampments at Air
or It expires Stanley is made this way Beef will meet as usual at 8 o'clockevery Force bases; aviation Stu lea,
The two-reminder system I.Impo.slble strlom is roasted over s bed if r Tuesday night at the orientation flights and otters< ,
Tommy Kehoe, Col. finely cut vegetables (carrot Hall.Attention ((2) How old must t te to
Squadron
Her County Service Officer,said, onion, celery, leek cadets
and parsley) t t join the CAP ?
through the use of modern data
processing equipment.One and seasonings (crushed garli. all CAP pilots" (A) Any U.S. citizen, male
reminder will be sent to peppercorn, bay leaf, hole from now on the cost of the or female, 13 ). ars to 18 tin
the veteran a year before expiration of cloves and is thyme made). A suspicion Colt for non-off total use Is$5.00 of age may become a cadet,
from
gravy the
of the policy and the final goodies plus demi-gtace pan and per hour, effective Immediately. ((3)) What about pilot trainIng' .
"last chance" reminder will be
strained. Next freshly grated .
sent 90 days before the policy horseradish is mixed with a few r e (A) No actual pilot training

Is due to expire. of tablespoons of hot cream and There was a group Inspection Is given by CAP. Outstanding ;
Kehoe said that veterans
bananas cut in half lengthwise last Tuesday night. Colonel cadets may receive scholarships i
any war who hold term insurance
should check Into the possibility are coated with flour and fried e Wall, group commander, for pilot training from I
briefly in butter. To assemblethe In- their unit or wing.
of converting It to a Col. EJ. Campeau group
more permanent type of Insur. dish, the horseradish creamIs spector1! Maj. Vernon Sweet ((4)) Will I be eligible to I
ance to secure better or lunger spread over the beef and it'a group supply officer; and Lieu. attend sufamer encampment'
surrounded the
by and I
protection and avoid increasing bananas. gravy Bob Pearman, group director, (A) Yes, all CAP cadets

term insurance costs. Nowadays bananas often accompany VIA made up the Inspecting team. are ':glbe to attend summer
Many thousands of World War shrimp curry. If this The Inspection covered the records encampment at Air :"orce:
I, World War II, and Korean I
of the bases
appeals to you, grill whole and activities
"About that overdraft-hart's my credit card.to take done Conflict this veterans, Kehoe said.have For already further bananas in a little butter, or Efl squadron personnel. That's all the questions and .'

care of It!" information veterans should brush them with butter and broil GRILLED BANANAS Serve them as a curry accompaniment S t answers for now. There win .
write the office to them as a curry accompaniment ) and be more later Any young people
which they send along with flaked coconut ground along with rice peanutitwhole( or ground We have received our forms who are Interested I
their premium may visit
payments.Cardinal peanuts, crumbled crisply fried mango chutney for and reserva
registration
Motorist Saw Non-Existent Lights a cadet meeting. It begins It I
bacon and mango chutney, tions for the Southeastern Regional
possible to the time of 7 p.m. every Thursday night it
bananas the green-tipped or sll serving. Conference to be held
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) Tinker, 26, of Amerlcus, Ga. Halts BANANA DESSERTS ahead the CAP hall at the airport 1
yellow fruit may be used. If they must be cut ; the Diplomat Hotel In Holly
-"JuW come you ran the red was charged with drunkei n The at '
year-round banana ia de-
Slice bananas ss near as squeeze some lemon or orang Reservations are on a
light? motorist Charles Tin. driving Sale Of $400 Of ligthfulwith the fresh wood
ker asked motorcycle Patrol. There was no traffic light a It A strawberry. -juice over them or coat them first-come, first-served basis, ) i
simple and delicious
to with tanned FROM Li'iTLB3j
way frozen
or pineapple
man Clyde Ingle after their the Intersection Nursery Stock team the Iwo fruits is to slice William Owens juice. so be sure to get them In. You
vehicles had collided. "I had the forms at a
MOBILE, Ala. (AP)-A deter, the bananas, coat them with Nothing makes a banana look can pick up SPARKS
the green Drive Carefully And Live Ends Boot CampIn Fer-
mined female cardinal bird Is orange juice, and lop them with prettier than fluting. To do this meeting or from Captain ..

holding up sale of more than the sliced sugared berries. San DiegoSAN fancy work, draw the pro gs of s rtn. a e 1?V GIANT FOREST
$400 worth of young oak trees The combination makes fork lengthwise down a peeled '
same
by a nursery. 8 marvelous Banana Split If you DIEGO, CALIF. banana, then slice crosswise, I found some questions and @:.#FIRES GROWl!
(FHTNC) -- William L.Owens, about cadets the other
The cardinal built a nest In have old-fashioned boatshapedatemmed answers
time one of the trees In a lath house, I ice-cream undue son of Mr. and Mrs. John p. BANANA ARITHMETICWhin

May and Harold Dodd, the nursery. dishes, do use them; otherwise Owens Immokaleewasgra- a recipe! for cake or '
man, said Thursday the entire dessert dishes or plates will do. duated from recult training at cookies calls for one cup of
shipment of oaks couldn't be Line up small scoops of ice the Naval Training Center, San mashed bananas, you'll find that WANTED!
moved until the cardinal's eggs cream the more flavors the Diego, Calif.During three medium-sized ripe bananas
A Period
Beloved
By Operetta Librettists, May are hatched and the young birds merrier on the dishes; place the nine-week long will usually make this amount.
li Usually A loverly Month Hereabouts (Of learn to fly. bananas, sliced lengthwise. "boot camp" he madethetran- One medium-sized ban on a contains -

Course, It Could &e Pouring Rain When You take The about process two more is weeks."I expected. to along both sides of the ice sit Ion from civilian to Navyman. 85 calories (AND NEEDED MAY 26th)

Read This, But The First Part Of The Month Was love birds," Dodd said. cream, pour over sliced He learned halo military
sweetened fresh 1I1I"l e"lu. law, customs and etiquette
> Willie GunnIn
Pfc
Dandy), One Sure Of
Way Enjoying The Neapolitan Then just to gild the lily, top of the Navy seamanship, and a
Spring To The Fullest Is From A Fine Home, BALLOON INFLATION with i puffs of whipped cream and basic knowledge of shipboard Marine CorpsAt
Such As Those Offered By AD MILLER ASSOCI- NEW YORK (AP) The toy whole ripe red berries with their routine.
balloon industry is benefiting green caps left on Also included In the Santa Ana
training
ATES. Or If
You Prefer
To Build, We Can Be
from s bit of business inflation
SANTA ANA CALIF.
was extensive military drill, ,
Helpful, Too Maybe Supply The Perfect thanks to the Broadway farce,
GOOD COOKS' TRICKS first aid, swimming water (FHTNC) -- Marine Private
Spot For Your Dream House. "Any Wednesday When bananas are still green survival tactics and physical First Class Willie B.Gunnsonof
One hundred balloons are used|
as props at each performance, st the lip,and you want to hasten fitness.He Mrs. W.B. Gunn of 2624 Registered Democrat

HERE'S MORE GOOD NEWS from Marco !.. another 500 are given out as their ripeningyou may keep them will now be assigned to Davis Blvd. Naples, Is serving
land la Caxambaa, on the high, picturesque part audience souvenirs. Getting in a tightly closed paper bag at \ ship or a station or receive with the Third Marine Aircraft JAMES J. AUAS'JIMMY'JAMES

of that beautiful island we offer four and one half them ready and passing them out room temperature.For additional training at a service Wing at the El Toro Marine
of provides work for six men. frying baking or broiling upacUlrv school. Corps Air Station. Santa Ana,
valuable
arm ground, on which stands a twobedroom :
two bath furnished house. embodying a nun. -srr . ... ......... -,. ... ,wrr.r.I Calif.Helicopters, transports and

her of pedal features To enumerate, there are a air
I Jets of the wing provide sup
cypress paneled living room, dining area and Florida port for the Infantryman of the OUTSTANDING CANDIDATE FOR
room, a den that can be a third bedroom, a pair ofpatio. 1 First Marine Division based at

., Urge cedar lined closets and an electric kitchen nearby Camp Pendleton.CaUf. DEMOCRATICNATIONAL
The house la air conditioned throughout and heatedby i '

a fireplace and gas panel 1 ray heaters In view MARIONETTE THEATERNEW

of the plans for Marco's development, this property I YORK (AP) A permanent -
should appreciate in value $68,000, with purchaserto theater designed especially COMMITTEEMAN
arrange his own financing for marionette shows is being
established here by Bit (cq). and HAS SERVED TIME!!
st+ Cora Baird.
UP IN SEA GATE you'll find that of the
one ,
Over 12
:", it The well-known puppet-mas year bird labor on
finest residences Is the two bedroom home on Starfish .\ ten are converting a portion of Democratic Committee Now serving
Avenue In It youll find a spacious living room, ,' \1\J\i : their six-story worksho>-home in a* Democratic State CommitteemanREWARD
dining room well equipped kitchen, usable porch and : k"-: Greenwich Village into a 199-
two bath*, all gracing a beautifully tended lot that : "e.( ,:' : / iflfI ', '', seatplayhouae. The couple have

is completely sea walled f22,500, and may be !" "J.: 1 been granted permission for the
1 .:1)1, ,. ,, project by the City Board of
purchased completely furnished for another $tOOo ...... .. "''' .0 Standards and Appeals, expect of BETTER REPRESENTATION for ALL
with boat and motor Included ... .. ,
to have the center in operationthis Florida Democrats!
1 .. 1 year (P" '.1. Adv.. )
HANDSOME CBS RESIDENCE with three bedrooms -

and tao baths The vital statistics of 1 1

this virtually new home on Sixth Street, North, also '
list a living room dining room, electrically equipped 1 1

kitchen, large Florida room and garage $21,000 1 1
and, If desired mortgage arrangements can be made 1 1 VE1

by purchaser. 1 1 RE-ELECT 1 1


SEE AD MILLER ASSOCIATES


WANT AN INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTY 1 1 H."PETE" 1 1e

On a large, well Isndscsped site on West Lake Drive 1 WILLIAM AVALON KENNELSAvalon

stands a furnished to bedroom home with living room, 1 .

dining area, Florida room and electric kitchen TV 1I

and Magnavos are Included Zoned multi-family,
the lot la spacious enough to permit the construction

of several rental units behind the house $",500. 1 1 1 II Estates Phone MI 2-2886


TWO FRAME HOUSES on Clarke Street, East 1 1 Naples FloridaBoardingDayWeekMonthYea

Naples, both now rented Each house has two 1 1 ,
bedrooms and bath, an electrically equipped kitchen,

and Is furnished They are situated on a large 1e ;
lot. $9,500, with half In cash and balance payableover

three years at 6% interest 1 DOUB I

1 e
LOTS TO TALK AROUTl Port Royal homeaiteon 1e 1c Inside & Outside Runs

Lantern Lane, barking on lake. Only $8,000 .
Choice Royal Harbor Waterfront lot on Bonita Court. I 1e i
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT No. 5
,6500 Two unusually large residential lots in ,

Coconut Creek $7.500 apiece Mldtown lot, 100 1 I .4( Personal Care For Your Pet

by IJO feet, at Fourth Avenue South, and Fifth
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Street Zoned multi I family and ideal for apartment or 1 VETERAN OF WORLD WAR II, 29th !INF. DIV.

duplex. $10.000 Lovely, spacious residential lot, 1 .4( All Pets Secured Inside At
corner of Crajton Road and Orchid Drive. $5,500; Night

terms Corner Third Avenue, North, and Sixth MEMBER, AMERICAN LEGION and VETERANS
Street residential lot, 75 by 100 feet $1,250 ,
Our liftings contain other fine residential, apartment I OF FOREIGN WARS iC: Kennels Bug-Proofed by Orkin

and commercial sites in all price rangea V>e also I II Exterminating

have some mighty attractive Collier County acreage. e Company
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i CowmU Cowetia I I h Give Italian. Simple Look Into n browned/gassed baking chop on dish top Arrange of South Viet Nam

I y spinach mixture) Cover tightly Now Recognizes
Prepared by the humidity is higher Errors In ""' 1' To Pork Chops and nakp In a moderate oven
A.eritai Medical Asiwcl.tlo diagnosing the type of skit :t Here a Dimple way to give a (asp \ I 30 minutes. Remove Buddhist Church
may arise because what some foreign treatment to a supper co\tr and continue baking un SAIGON, South VietNam*
Your Face people mar consider to be "drj VWW' main dish. Bake pork chops on caned n: minutes or until (AP)-Premier Nguyen Khanh
SOAP AND WATER kin" may In actuality be scale top of spinach and cheese sauce dom 6 seiingo.Start signed a decree today official
resulting from excessive oilinesi The result Pork Chops Florentine ly recognizing the Buddhist
Soap and wafer hu no' ad. of the skin. bringing a feeling of Italyto Education Church In South Viet Nam and
Terse effect on the normal com- The proper care of such your meal abolishing restrictions Imposedon
pleoclon.Gleaming. "combination" skin requires The chops bake during the Program On EffectOf the faith by the French and
removes oil secre. some flexibility In the use of majority of the cooking time In the Ngo Dlnh Diem regime
tlon, sweat, epithelial debris, facial cosmetics For the usual a covered baking dfeh ThW 'Shine 'VhiskyTALL.IIASSEE The decree abrogated t hold.
soil from the environment, cosmetics case, washing with a moderately holds In the moist heat pork (APIA over decree from the French
and a certain number of drying soap two or three times .iii chops, need to be their Juicy best rtmc.s lon program snout th e I regime In Indochina, which
bacteria It can be most quickly a day and use of a non.greasy aeb at serving time. slates authorityIn / deadll! effects of mounahiiM I i gave the Roman Catholic fhurs
and. moil effectively carried cleaner will decrease the oil!. the meat cookery field RrbaStaggs. whisky <<< mvumpUon has hew I favored treatment. That decree
out by memos of water plus a ness of the center areas of the b 1 r stjrte hthe State Beverage, sparked Buddhist demonstra
mild soap'or detergent face sufficiently The sides o. Complete your easy Italian- Iicpartmwit cooperation with, tlon last summer which Diem
If the facial skin I II t -eptlonally the cheeks, the temples, and the :1eEsa style menu with fried eggplant, private liquor interests, harshly repressed, a major fac.
dry, the use of a lotion eyelids may be relieved of excessive a tossed ...lad'lIh garlic-oil The Mate will begin rtlhtrltni, tor In his overthrow.

decree the
The permits
dressing Italian bread and a tlon tenon of 300,000 pjmphlotstc new
dryness by a lubricating
or cream be helpful
may
Buddhist Church to own proper.
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dessert of spumoni Ice cream schools and part'nt.tt'arher asso
Under these conditions, and especially cream applied sparingly once or cut Ions about the effectsof ty and accept legacies Under
when the temperature twice daily If excessive olli. Pork Chops Florentine moonshine Legal roUII liquor the old decree the Buddhist
aftfc humidity are both low, ness persists, an astringent 6 rib or loin pork chops, cut outlets also will distribute the Church was not allowed to own
cleaning wtth a cream, Inter solvent may be used two or % to 1 Inch thick pamphlets properly ouUldo its pagoda
spersed with soap.and-water three times daily on the forehead 2 tablespoons lard or The beverage industry In FlorIda and accept legacies The Cath.
washing, may be more com nose, and chin. drippings absorbed the full cost of ollcs were permitted both,
fortatle There Is no single cosmetic 1H teaspoons salt printing the pdmiMet', said
Otherwise, there does not appear which will take care of alt skin -,' *4 teaspoon pepper Mate beverage director Richard\ CALL THE NEWS FOR
to be any reason for avoiding areas in people who have combination FIRST RESIDENTS The Paul Nevers family receives keys to their new 3 tablespoons butter or Keatlngi RUBBER STAMPS
regular soap and water akin. Of course, if tie home in Big Cypress Country Club Estates from Fred Pauly, sales manager margarine ------
washing of the f.re.COMBINATION problem i is serious or disturbing, 3 tablespoons flour
of Michigan Homes in the Naples area They are the first residents
SKIN you should He will consult\) be a able dermatologist to Increase -- in this nw country club area where homesites are surrounded by the golf H 1 cup teaspoon milk salt Why pay extra to live on the belch?

the range of effectiveness course. Nexers selected the Brighton model with three bedrooms, two H teaspoon popperH <<
Many have women both complain and that of your cosmetics by the baths and family room. Two other Michigan Homes to be used as modelsare cup grated Cheddar cheese alan:1.anda.
they dry oily
addition of active nearing completlon"ks Big Cypress
more agents now 3 packages (10 ounces each)
skin and this causes some difficulty -
frozen spinach, cooked 2cans
in their selection of the ENLARGE PORES ; or Condominium Apartmentswith
proper cosmetic preparations whether any skrinkage of the and conscientious! use of prescribed .. the skin underneath little more ((16 ounces Hrh
Their observations are entirely There are several types of pore results. meditations. pink than before The skin approaches spinach 2 bedroom and 2 baths
correct this condition is referred pores on the fsce An enlarged If enlarged pores are cosmetically In severe cites of acne, treatment normal I within six Brown chops In lard or drippings offer all the fine features of apartment living
to as "combination" skin pore represents the opening ofa disturbing, the most t>y a dermatologist Is weeks to six months In most Pour off drippings Season
There is generally a much special type of hair follicle practical approach to the problem recommended Antibiotics may Instances chops with m teaspoons salt and, finest feature of all, costs only -
greater concentration of oil that has been termed "the Is the use of a suitable have to be taken over a long and K teaspoon pepper. Melt $13,500 completewith
glands In the mid.forehead, sebaceous follicle" This Is t cover.up type of cosmetic on period of time Occasionally it Some physicians feel that butter or margarine and blond maintenance estimated as low as -
nose, and chin than In the hair follicle with a very fine soda occs'ions Excessive use may be necessary to use x.ray maximum cosmetic benefit Is In flour Gradually add milk and month.
cheeks and temples Thus a faee.m" almost invisible hair The term of these preparations, however, therapy Picking or squeezing not obtained In many cases cook stirring constantly, untilthickened $25 I
of the is after one abrasion, but that two Add M teaspoon salt These low low possible because you
have an oily area betweentwo sebaceous from the fact that will aggravate the condition. pimples by patient prices are
this hair follicle\ has larger strictly forbidden or three abrasions at Intervalsof Mi teaspoon popper and gratedcheese beachfront
normal sides, or normal will the land which is not
a MASSAGE three to six montha may he and continue cooking until own ,
sebaceous ((011)) glands thenmost
area between excessively dry DFRMABRASIONDermabrsslon! needed. cheese Is melted Drain I priced, but Is still in the
sides *lhe use of lubricating There la little or no scientific cooked or canned spinach Add
("oil),")( cosmetics may result Enlarged cores are normal! data to show that facial massage or skin plan. "Stop" Signs Mean STOP spinach to cheese sauce and pour Mooringswith
in exceskive oiliness In the center an.tomlC'arl..tiona and do not helps prevent the changes log, will not completely remove all Moorings golf and beach privileges.
while "drying" or "defaU Indicate a disease process that go with aging scars and pits which remain To learn about the included costly extras
ting" agents may cause irritation It is true that vigorous massage after acne However, it tends
cosmetic and heat
on the sides of the face. manufacturers Although numerous claim to have may induce a temporary to reduce their site and depth, .most comfortable sandal anywhere like central alrconditiomng
addition to the difference making them less noticeable walMo-wall carpeting
In preparations which will\) ..hrlnk.nlarr.d increase in blood flow to the -
In reaction of various areas of there is skin, and even produce some Not all types of scars are come in today and
DtScholi'sARCHLIFT
the skin, there is generally quitedifference pores very swelling by increasing the helped, or helped equally, and "r ,
little objective, substantiatingdata ask the at ImperialIMPERIAL
a in oilmen and dryness amount of free fluid in the tls- complications such as dark skin lJt' men
at various times of the sues However, such a changeis areas occasionally occur. I : '.1- '
year The skin tends to be much The most commonly used certainly not of lasting bene. Consultation with a physician ,
drier during cold weather, when preparations are astringents experienced. and competentIn SANDALS wAll !# li
the humidity Is lower, so thatan which contain alcohol as their fit.In addition, several so-called this area, usually a dermatologist .;
area of normal skin may become active Ingredient This gives a facial exercisers or massagers is necessary to determine day walking
Irritated or rough In the tightened feeling to the skin have been developed. The Information whether dermabrasfon la pleasure. Styles, h.1 qr till !'Ii
winter, while U may be "oily"'''which U frequently refreshing that Is available on likely to be helpful for a given colors and sues r., -
in the summer heat when the It ii questionable, however, these devices does not support caseIn. for Men Women ,...." ,.: Built-up, Arch __nL "0_'" .0__ __
'the claims made by their manufacturers dermabrasion, the akin Is and Children, Jr for !
The photographs used frozen and a rapidly rotating 10" { support ,1 PROPERTIES

BOAT WINNER In their often promotional taken at different materialare brush superficially Is stroked remove scross the the faceto upper cupped heel molded soleROUSE'S II I p, ,]

magnifications and under different layers of the jkln. The Downtown
lighting conditions and procedure does not require hospitalnatlon Fifth Avenue 289 Ninth St., So Phone MI 2.2121
Alice Contadft are not controlled in a scientific but It Is by no .- .
manner means, .Ji"P1V! tt. W>M. 11 XI. -
?" Q1Iuea sCined t cV flues and
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10UTraifRcI.NAPLES ACNE SCARS extensive tr.lnJn0 minimize 4-
the danger of unsightly scarring -
The recommended measuresmost Swelling and IIt.nllv.uuatln& .
likely to help prevent the
develop In the first 24
Imperial Service Station development of acne scars are to 48 hours The crusts art
diet, good external care,
proper shed in 10 to 14 day, leaving

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The outcome of the election to the Board of Education in Collier

County is of tremendous importance. I believe there is no greater

responsibility of the citizens of the County than the proper selec-

r tion of members for the Board of Public Instruction. The School

Board is no stronger than its individual members
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" 1" I have not just now become interested in the School System of Collier

County, but: for some time have been greatly concerned with

ale 'JaIl $t JtJJJle both its aims and goals. I have children in school, and DO feel

the need for continued diligence in school planning.

Each individual member must have the time to devote to the work

which will be facing the Board in the future.

And so do you. We can make many promises to aid our election. However, it is .

(You see right away we have something in common with each other) of great importance that each individual member make no com-

mitments until he or she is seated on the Board in its regular

And did you know that Naples Federal is an association composed of home-towners just like yourself meetings.I .

: You automatically become a member when you put your savings to work at Naples Federal.
I believe I can aid in making these decisions, and I ask your sup-

port in the election on May 26 for the Board of Public Instruction,
Yes, "to work'
District 2. t
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I'' Not only will your money stay right here in Naples working for the betterment of our town, you will THANK YOU

t also be collecting twice-yearly earnings on your savings

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sum! ,. May 17. Mj
,6B "Wlrat Young People Thi, ink" .. ..,.. .t

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. Rushin' Roulette ly Chon Day Young People Confident About Finding Jobs




By Eugene Gilbert of New Egypt N.J., In supportof
Pmkitnl Gl'bcrt; Youth Y
4 '1lA the program "I think would
Rnrarch, Inc.
develop responsibility and help

\UTO Despite) rlftfif unemployment more people attain a college } t >
WRECKERSi adds w
ind the threat of automation, to education Peggy
18, of Monroe Mich.
day's yowiC people aren't too
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And 16-year-old fherva Light of
worried boat finding a Job once
New York says "I feel responsible
TEENAGERS wELCOME then art out of achool.Msv .
for paying part of my
: of the 1069 boys and
tutltlon," and thinks a combined
Ctrl vt quentlonpd recently feel
program would help In this way
that they will have a food enough

educational background to qualify
INTERFERES WITH STUDIES
them for seeking employment
Those young people against
Nearly half of the teenagers
working and going to school at
say they art not afraid of being .
the same time agree it would
unable to find a job when they
Interfere wan their studies, "it a' un"
art ready to do so, while 43 percent
would be a tremendous mental
do feel some apprehensionabout
and strain thinks
physical ,
entering the bissln..,
world. ........ --- "' Denny Green, 16, of Columbus

STUDY C R AFT Astronauts Virgil I. Crlssom, left,
Interestingly enough, we foundno Ohio.Many
significant difference betweenthe Many of the boys and girls ,ire planning for careen Infields of the boys and girls feel and John W, Young examine a Gemini mission simulator at

opinions of the boys and the such as teaching where there Is a great demand that at the high school level the St. Louie plant Device can set up Inflight problems.
program would be complicated.
girls. It seems the young women
Conn., agrees 'Til have a good N.Y., worry "about making a by limited time, outside activities
are just ss confident of finding
..Aa7tDwy education behind me," he says. good Impression." KathY M. and Indecision about what PIANO INSTRUCTIONCertified
work as the
young men.
Several boys and girls have Shea 18, of Detroit, bases her field to work In. "Many kids Member MTNA A DMTNA
Most of the teens based their ((8
planned ahead and art entering worrits on past txptrtences. would want to work and forget Beginners to College Preparatory
t assurance on having sound educational Downtown Studio
training Kathleen Kiln, professions In which there Is "From having to find a job last about their school work" : Ann Welmer Phone) MI 2-3197
great demand "I'm going to bea summer, I know that Is Isn'tvery Kenneth Slklse 16, of New York
rM r..eI." S.lof, S''IC'II of Gross
17 Points Park Mich.,
nurse and there Is always work easy," she explains. thinks Bobby Kraut 15, of* aer
for when she
speaks many says, for them" explains Sue
Drivers under 25 were Involved In more than 25% of "I feel by planning ahead when Just over half the t..ns-51 Brooklyn N.Y., agrees Those
':ampb.lIS.\ of Pocatella, per cent-tavor the program high school students In such a THE FLAG, ALOFT A STURDY POLE, ,
the p..onallnlury accident In 1962. you art still In high school by
Idaho. found In many colleees where thtstudents program "would be to enthusiastic ENHANCES THE CHARACTER AND
-choice of subjects marks, etc,
about and
having the job
everyone will\ \ be able to fine a alternates Classrooms BEAUTY OF HOME AND COMMUNITY
Job. EXPERIENCE: A PROBLEMThe study with an outside job In his extra money," and might be

German Teens teenagers who do f"llt major field Only 45 per cent tempted to quit school, he says.
Josph Felt, II, of New Hav.n.which ,
will bt difficult to get a job, think this would be a good Idea According to Bob Ellis, IT, of MEMORIAL DAY INDEPENDENCE

generally express concern over at the high school level however Auburndale, Mass., a "learn and

Are Between Fads gets cheaper and cheaper the fact that most employers The programs combining study earn" program would work exactly May SOth DAY

as the Common Market pro jr.lies prefer to hire people with experience with practical experience at the opposite. He believes "It i July 4th
Wine It only put of France'scontnbutlon
other youths such as college level were generally would chance
to the life of youth. give teenagers a FLAG DAY II LABOR DAY
By PETER REHAK Probably no other country ha* Kenneth KorrJa IS, of Woodslde, hailed because they prepare the to show responsibility and gain '

FRANKFURT Germany (AP) The Beatles are on such wide appeal for young Germans student for seeking a job later experience at the same time" June 14th Sept. 7th

the rue, cowboys are tapering, off. The twist it paste and a weekend or month in on, and offer an opportunity to Speaking for many Is Marilyn

but still being, danced Those in the know find the bully France I la ,always in the plan heavens This ," said one of them. earn some extra money Skulnlck 14, of Camden N.J., THE DIXIE FLAG CO.
somewhere group, growing up againstthe
gully) smarter "Problems created at work who thinks "It Is very good because
What do they like about France? background of Nazi debacle,
rrhat'ithe late t word from the changing, varied world "The Individualism" said the has been labeled "the scepticalgeneration" could bt solved in the classroom It gives them a taste of Crayton Cove Naples Midway 2-2251
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iif "ouch i"In W-Bt. Germany; girl sipping her wins."Somethin and "generation ," says Paul Emery, 18, the business world."
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we're between "
Right now without ideals '
Americana lack --
fails." said a pretty thing and motor scooters and Riviera usually
young
But In student circle English Some sociologists have been
as" she sipped red wine in a atyles. for
1 1a the moil spoken foreign saying year that the taint
Frankfurt jazz club "For of discredited Nazism hat
Must Know Jo 11 language. Teenage talk la I
Instance, a year or so ago every. weakened the authority of
one had that uncombed Bardot There are a few unchanging peppered with word like "free-
particularly of the
parents father.
sk taken constants In the life of German for-all" and "let-together."
I to Today each person But there are expert on the OPEN LETTER
what suits her or him best. Just youth One Is J.u. You've got Serutlnlifd' la Sky other side who see the hard .,.
ndwlhe fadis non-fad, If you see to know something about Jan or
The vast majority of German "practicality the skepticism, the ,
don't count. The most extreme
what I mean. you w v
leave disregard for parental authority
school at 14 and Into
go
:Fad or no fad there are a few fans approach It from an apprenticeship or job training. aa typical of any modem technical
characteristics of and intellectual levelin
analytical
outward
group .
society.Young f
Only 4 to 8 per cent, depending
the young such ss narrow jazz societies all\ over the Germans are
on the state graduate from the European-
treuaers and baggy sweaters, fur country. prestigious gymnasiums with end intemational-minded. In
both boys and girls. The word Another constant is beer. Today the "abitur" diploma the contacts with foreign youth, TO ALL VOTERS IN COLLIER COUNTY .
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as yesterday, in
style Is "salopp meaning year year country' essential status they find more common Interests

casual breciy.but not sloppy, out, it Is the mot con.umedbevee ?. .. nlb oL Aad even a smaller l per%than' differences, "......., .That traditional picture of when young people cent go on to universities or "I don't think we're much different r :
blonde German youths hiking gather technical institutes than anyone else," commented from LES WHITAKER
along in leather shorts Is s Scotch whisky is a growing, The current generation of one girl. Her view will

little misleading nowadays. But fashion among the young people youth I II the first to be bom be put to test later this spring
itj! hssn'l died out altogether! with enough money to pay for it. since the war "And we've been when the Beatles show up in
despite the competition of cars So Is red wine from France anelyted and scrutinized to the Germany

THE SCHOOL BOARD IS THE MOST IMPORTANTJOB



Foryou- IN OUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT !



Members are wholly responsible for providing facilities for the education of

I the bayfront propertyin our children.


They have complete control over school buildings and equipment, with an investment .

of over 5 million dollars of taxpayers': money, which could very well increase

Naples to 7 or 8 million by the end of the upcoming four year term.


They spend over 3 million dollars of our tax money each year This could

increase from 3 /. to 4 million by the end of the upcoming four year term.


r They appoint the Superintendent of Schools.

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They have final control over hiring the teachers who will be working with our

children.


Our school system is BIG business and requires the services of a person with

business background and experience.To .


all the people who voted and worked for me, please accept my sincere

thanks. I am still the same candidate, running on my qualifications and record of

proven ability. I am not running for or against any individual or group.


THF FACT THAT YOU PUT ME IN FIRST PLACE IN EVERY PRECINCTIN

THE NAPLES AREA AND IMMOKALEE MAKES ME VERY HUMBLE AND

GRATEFUL.I



C ROYAL HAHBOK.-a paradiM for small.boat owner I extend to ALL of you an invitation to join my host of other friends in givingme

j .of miles' of proteflfd! bays and inku your vote and suport in the runoff election on Tuesday, May 26, 1964.

begin st your own prival "hotl"

Eifry spacious homftit is diractly on the wawr, fully If dieted, I will be the only member on the new board with the combined

ttt,walled.and! .rvd by city utilitm Within the Naples business background and actual experience in the building of schools. I can talk

\ city limits,jurt S minun from r.nt.r-of.town shopping with architects in their own language.

For every lot purch.w, Royal Harbor will build a

1 "lending d".k me of charge Or, if you prefer contribute 1 pledge to you I will use sound sober judgment in working for better education

1 I tae Mmf amount toward the construction of a slip for every child in Collier County.

Humnitn am priced from 18,400 to IK.900,
'\ k \ ) Again many many thanks!

LJ. Dmf out and Royal Harbor today-take l'S 41

\ and turn south on Sandpiper Strut., wMv

/ Telephone inquiries, Call Alan l Foster,

Centi.l, Mlnl.r or Ernie Blodfett st Midway I 4*41\ ELECT

or you favontf Red Estate Broker

FASHIONABLE Candidate For School Board Dist. No. 2





A LES WHITAKERDemocratic




Runoff Election 26 1964
It Tuesday, May ,



NAPLES dAY THE CANDIDATE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE


BACKYARD IS BAYfRONTt
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Sunday, May 17, UU COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7JJ>



Nothing Like Stagecoach |



Ride, But Once Is Enough \I GULF I

r't By CORDON HANSON a skillet, but burning the meat
Rapid City S.D.) Journal 'e way I like It is culinary sin,/
LUSK, Wyo. tAP) Every. with him The best he'll do with I
body should take a stageroarttl a beefsteak is restore the body$
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Mil.
I ip- This writer Is In the midst at For his special biscuits, l sus.?
a 4r,0-mite trip from Denver to pert he tikes a pound of flour,:?.I I
Deadwood, S.D., with a cargo adds enough water to settle the TOWERS
of 10,000 silver dollars. dust, then bolls it for two hours
o 'r rY The Journey is In observance before putting In a horseshoe./
of Couth of statehood.Dakota's 75th annlver.an If ready.the horseshoe sinks, It tang

Sometimes I ride shotgun" The handiest remedy for Mt< I
on the coach. Most of the lime cooking is salty remarks. '. '
I bounce from one end of the It's the nights, sleeping In the? 1977 GULF SHORE BOULEVARD
saddle to the other while atopa open, that really thrill you. ',
homesick horse, and lots ol Beneath my bedroll I have ar
Directl the Gulf in The Moorings
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times I Just get down and walk. air mattress with a slow leak./ on I
If my bounces had boor Over a matter of hours, the>
straightened out, I'd be In Dead mattress slowly deflates, and S I
NAPLES MAN GIVES AWARD Prof Nelson C Brown, left, of 222 wood by now.There's when you get the hint of cactus, _4I .
Seventh Avenue, South, presents a check for $200 to Robert G, Fowler of absolutely nothing or It's time to get up. V. l.
Auburn, N. Y? a junior majoring In wood products engineering at Syra this crusty old planet that can You're all set for another day''/' I
cuse University Fowler is the first re-ipient: of the Nelson Courtland Brown compare with stagecoachlng. as soon as you shake the mice . .
I have a new respect for the: from your bids, because the I I
Scholarship Award established to honor Prof Brown who was on the col. I
had trans apparel have on serves also/
old-timers who you
lege faculty for 39! years. At right is Dr Hardy L. Shirley, dean of the portatlon other than: sprlnglesi no i as pajamas, working clothl'lI, 1
State University College of Forestry at Syracuse University Now retired stages and stlff.ne<'ked Meeds. dress clothes and B.O. baroni.eter. I :
Prof. Brown divides his time between Naples and Milford, Pa To maintain the callousm"posteriors .
so necessary to with., Along that line When deep
Cancer SocietyTo tendance Is expected, Including mittees under her will outlln e stand the Impact of sent on id., water Is found out on the dusty x '
many State, District and local I the results of their endeavorin die, they probably "Ud down old I trail, you walk right In standing' ?C I
HoM! DinnerOn officials. raising funds for the drlv e coal chutes on their days off. straight up. That way you can
This will be a victory celebration against cancer. Now I know why cowboys al., bathe, wash your clothes andf J
Monday Night as the local Cancer Crusade Dr. Daniel B. Langley, president i. ways stand up at the bar when have a drink, all at the name/I II
again went way over the of the county unit, will prc* having a shot of redeye; they've time ?
The Collier County unit of the established quota fur this >ear. side and Introduce represer I.' lost the led of things. They An adventure of this kind Is 1
American Canter Sotlrty will Mrs William T. Barrett, Jr., 'tatives from the State and dl s* could unknowingly slide off a like Mug In the Army. I'm 4glad '
t.old its post ( rusadc at tile E:1k: 's chairman of the Crusade, will 'tract organizations I
stool, drop three foot to the Old It, but no thanks for
t Club on Monday evening, May 18, give an overall report( and Individuals floor, and never realize the pit seconds '/
at '7:3 0 oMmk. A large at. and chairmen of com It Pays To AdttrtfoePMMTOMUB was physical, not internal.
To take writer-who's sr r
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out of shape he puffs while DEATHS \ GULF TOWERS is a superb example of construction

J. 34-duy shampooing journey-and such put as him this on IsIt a PASADENA, Calif. ( 0 art. Quality materials are the tools of great construction -
Elizabeth F. Sinclair, 83, widow
BEAUTY AND THE BEACHNo Cubter almost as lee bad as had being all with that of Sinclair 011 Corp. rounder/ and they demand a gifted hand to use them well.

trouble.Riding. Harry F. Sinclair, died Ttmrs- That combination rings perfectly true at Gulf Tow
day night She had been 111 four /
on the stagecoach isn'ttoo
Aesop Fable this onel! It is fabulous in every detail! It bad, if you don't mind look.f moths WASHINGTON (AP) Vlad- / ers. The materials have been deftly assembled to not
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f
al horses' tail all day long. /
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Four bedrooms to serve a large family and two extra large baths this P Being battered to a frazzle-, ko Macek, 84, Croatian and Yugoslav only reveal the grace and dignity desired in an apart :
home is located on Gulf Shore Drive in Vanderbilt Beach on a lot 100' x 285'. mile after mllo!-by that saddleis political leader imprisoned /
by the Nazis during ment home but also to reflect a natural warmth and UI
The house is of cut stone construction and cement tile roof. It also has another story. World War 11, died of a heart ,
When the trip first started,
I i storm shutters, central heat and air conditioning, stone fire place, tinted ,A my horse trotted almost all day attack Friday at his home. He? richness that will measurably increase with the years Oho
I windows to the Gulf. The living room is 20' x 30'6". The lot has excellent long. One of the men asked me'hoW had resided In Washington since t
p I liked the saddle, and I 1047. 'V While elegance is the keynote, there is no ostentation .1
double seawall and walk and .
and
I tropical trees a sprinkler system PHILADELPHIA (APWal.do .
told him I hadn't lawn In it lone
I I E, Fisher, 72, specialist In nor pretention in this elegance. Rather Gulf Towers ;
'I large pump room..Let us show Gulf coast gem. II! enough to find out ? ,
cyy lt:: After 200 mile on the trail, the economics of coal who 4 is to living in Naples community r1
graceful
geared -- a
J'S/l AY. ( vSc .goCintc9 I I It's beginning (to lots like I nl'v.I served as a staff member of the ;
Coal Commission and oth-5
U.S.
er will have a good relationship long noted for this attrIbute /
with that saddle, which is bor er national and International I"
I i 630 Fifth Avenue, South rowed. But I'm glnnlng to coal groups, died Friday. \to'/
form some opinions about the was a professor emeritus at the :
I horse. University of Pennsylvania, /
Phone Ml 2-5159 I
Then there Is the food.
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or 2-5349 Cooking along the trail comes EarthwIllma ipand winters 1tl
I' .I. .''' '''.. In three categories; Snack, buried in the ground beneath the
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square meal and llyache.: front line. They reappear with / 4
Series -No.
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Towers
Our cook Is a good man with /the Doming of awing I I,
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MIGHTY MAY DINING ROOM VALUES!
Rigid strength fI..prooh.'y soundproof privacy.
These are the unique construction features of
Gulf Towers. This masterful building rests majestically
on steel reinforced concrete pilings and columns -

,,c ., to w providing massive endurance from the ele.
ments. Solid frame totally fireproof construction
with masonry exterior walls and six-inch two-way

structural floor slabs, designed on working stress
basis as a flat plate with spandrel] beams using the

classic "Hardy Cross" method of stress analysis,

adds to the imposing strength of the structure, and

I; minimizes the transmission of sound.


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Acoustically engineered to be the most soundproof .
building possible, apartment ceilings have been
treated and sprayed with a sound-absorbing blanketof

] acoustical) plaster. Dcciban, a material knownto
be the beat substance to deaden all noises, has

been installed in adjoining apartment walls to further

insure complete privacy and serenity.

?sea. Excellent construction, contributing admirably to /
contemporary living, makes any Gulf Towers apartment .

home your perfect retreat.

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$11fl BUFFET $75 95 .s
CABINET ern 1282 TIIIHD STREET BOITTU /NAPLES, FLORIDA. 89040

AREA COOK 813 M1DWAT 9.0373:

TABLE and 4 CHAIRS . . . ..

TABLE and 110"g ""' of Inc. .
: Gulf Towers Naples,
(BOTTOM .siae... wen s.r. jrrs.
$124CHINA $12795 rru r wow
4 CHAIRS PHOTO) J,7 b1.rUr An.r..n. / 1 1262 Third; St., S./ Naples, Florida; :

: Please tend illustrated brochure and price list to: ;
The dining room sensation of the year I is the Bassett "BONANZA" dining

dignified simplicity achieved; through straight lines and !
room group, with its : Name
rounded wood moldings a true expression of design through function Furniture Co.

value and style that will live for many yearsl! : Address : I

In two veneers and blended hardwood combinations,
"BONANZA i* made City S"Ie'
''Veney- AMERICAN WALNUT and African Mahogany with "Gala" finish. All / 11
tlble formica plastic and drawer interiors are coated with COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS
top are of genuine
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piece and chain are coated with spedal DvPont Deluxe finish. Phone MI 2.3040 "



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_I I SB COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, May 17, 1(64
Big Demand For
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.. Low-Rent HousingIn ,,1 Lrl1

State, FHA Says '

7.: ORLANDO -- Builders who ""LMdi
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JCORNER an oversupply of housing In
Florida should look Into the
Here are authoritative answers market for families with low and PROTEINS:
by the Veterans Administration moderate Incomes, a high- NECESSARY FOODS
to questions from former ranking FHA official said In I'rolem are the
i servicemen ind their families : i' ( $ t t gt Orlando yesterday building material of cellt principal. They
: r Speaking at a one-day conference determine the way in which the
Y $ on Urban Renewal and organ and tittuet of the body
r'ULA'r Q As t veteran, I plan to 1 Multi Family Housing, C. carry out their function. Pro
be burled In a National Ceme- Franklin tein ii a necessary food and a
Can wife be Daniels, Assistant minimum quantity mutt be con
tery. my burled FHA Commissioner for Multi- turned if growth and
there, too? Family Housing, Washington renewal: {regular structures are
A -- Ye ". Should your wife 'to be maintained
'I'Idr D.C., told ISO leading Florida
die before you, she may also builders and housing officials The term protein was coined
be burled In a national ceme- that there Is presently great by Jan Mulder Dutch chemist,
who in 1839 characterized
provided wrIt- pro-
tery you give ,1 demand for low-rent housing
tein at "unquettionably themoot
ten Intention that you plan to In the Sunshine State. important of all known
be burled there at the time Another speaker at the con- tubttance in the organic king
of your death. ference, Vincent Connerat, dom" Without protein, Mulder
Q -. I asked the VA to hold Area Coordinator of the Urban declared, no life would be potnble .
my annual GI Insurance dividend Renewal Division and So he called it protein
+ r Housing from the Creek word proteiot
*o meet the premium payment Home Finance Agency stressed that mean holding first place
Do I have to repeat the FHA program known Protein for the human diet It
this request annually? U Section 221 ((0)) ((3)) as the obtained from both animal and
A .. No. Once the credit medium through which this vegetable source, Among food-
arrangement has been authorized BUYING I 0 NTH E MOVE-A woman mikta her purchase from a complex of housing can be built. "The atolls of animal origin, meat,
machine In center the outtklrt of Frankfurt, Wtit fish, egg, milk and milk product .
by you, It will remain In automatic vending hopping on Germany program provides lOOftmort- are important. Vegetable
effect until cancelled. Area has second largett concentration of automatic vendor on on* tpot In wetttrn ("rop.. gage financing for nonprofit'groups protein it readily available from
Q .. As a dependent parent and 9(>7. for profit-mo cereal grain such at wheat,
receiving DIG payments from Florida SouthernTo Dr. Billy Williams.chairman "Teachers may use these tivated investors," Connerat corn rice, rye and barley, and
the VA I have been mailed a of the college's education department courses for certification, extension explained. various the seeds kind of legumes of beam.In pea. and
card Hold WorkshopIn said that three new of certification .
questionnaire asking my or re-
HANDY SWITCH Preparing to turn on themllt.r addition to being need it
Income for 1963 and courses are of special Interestto of Williams ONE EXCUSE
my expec- cency credit Dr. building l material,
control of the $100,000 moving mewage teleslgn Summer Session PROF HADN'T HEARD protein in
ted Income for 1964. The VA teachers. noted. the diet alto I is used promptly
atop the ll-itory Gulf Ameiican Land Corporation building .. One Is"Modern MathematicsIn NEW HAVEN Conn. (AP) by the body at a of .
knows I am a poor widow. Whydo LAKELAND The special In addition to the teacher An source energy
during formal dedication ceremonies lire Sidney Aosm (left), industrial engineering student The need for Is
? which protein
they send me this card workshops for school teacherswill Elementary Schools workshops 66 courses In 17 at New Haven
prtiideit of WCKT-TV In Miami, and Leonard Rosen, GALC .. the deals with the latest of College failedto usually increased during the
A 'Every three years feature the regular summer exclusively areas study will be offered turn In a mid-term paper on of from
president; and chairman: of the board. The electronic Ulealgn VA must determine If depen- SeSS Ion at Florida Southern concepts In teaching math. It during FlorldaSouthern'ssum- time. But he had an unusual explanation illness process, operation recovery or an' injury an.
Uncut In the United State and more than twice the dent parentS are eligible;! for DIC College.The will\ be offered during the first mer session,June 15 Aug. 7.'I" for inatructor Gene At" such time, there it need for '
tile of the one In New \orVt Time Square I II a joint payments. Your other Incomeor first workshop will open workshop. Simona. building up depleted or dam.
project of Gulf American and WCKT-TV and will flash lack of It has an Important June IT and run through July The two other courses, both The Itudent uid the paper was aged body ti.lutl, which are
news and public leivice nit-magei 18 hour daily, It will bearing on this. You should 3, and the second Is scheduledfor scheduled forthe second work- RENEW YOUR c: 1 In his locker at a company where mainly protein lr itructure
pan the Jlth floor of the $1,250,000 Gulf American ttruc- complete the card and mall It July 824. Fifteen courses, shop, are "Crucial Issues In \ DRIVER'S LICENSE L he The worked while joint to tchool. l heo'uf, l: d to i ii advise the person upon
ture, national headquarters for the Florida land developer to avoid any chance of a hold- designed especially for Florida American Education"and"The \ DURING YOUR he couldn't employea were the on strike line and the amount and type of protein
of Cape Coral and Golden Gale Entatet up of your monthly checks. teachers, will be offered. Modern Elementary School \ BIRTH MONTH r\\ to get to hit cross locker picket, he raid ,needed in each individual diet,




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to retire with DOLLAR BAY ACREAGE.
650 with
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by water, from beautiful Port Royal.
room apartment and one ,
efficiency
apartment I ready-made income. Offered
at $42,500
Both apartments heated and airconditioned everything completely furnished one mile of frontage on the Inland Water Easy access to the Gulf of Mexico by boat

way. Ideally located, partially within the through Gordon Pass An outstanding opportunity -

f city limits of thriving Naples and one-half at $1500 per acre.
PRICE DRASTICALLY REDUCED


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ASSOCIATES Mrs. Colonel Bukau, Magnus Brinkman, Mrs Peggy Burns,

Yti, the price has been greatly reduced on this electric kitchen. Also a large Florida room enhance Mrs. Gude Hoffman, Newton lowe, and Nick! Wallingford.>>

I lovely' 3 bedroom 2 bath home located at 596 the livability. Much can be said but to

Fifth Ave., No. Extremely well furnished this house, see will give you the right idea of its true value.

hat. 1800 square feet of living area with GE ft..EPHOr.C MIDWAY' Z-5! 46 alb] TirTM. AvENue SOUTH
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