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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1964 10 CENTS 12 PAGES 40th, YEAR NUMBER 209

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ASUNCION, Paraguay (AP-
A plot to overthrow the
Paraguayan government was Study Of CountyThe
scotched with the arrest of nine
Paraguayan and an Ar tent In.

tan, the government announced 't w w

Monday night Florida Development regarding canal dredging which County Engineer Turner was

Commission representatives In turn will provide the needed granted permission to attend a
KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia will begin a comprehensivestudy no. state zoning and planning board

(AP)-Malaysia Prime Minister tu of Collier County about A request by the Florida meeting Tampa this weekend.
/ Abdul Rahman hat turned down 1
a Philippine compromise formu. August 1, County Engineer Harmon Council for the Blind to Install
la for a second summit meeting Turner reported to County tables and chairs In the lobby King Disavows

with Indonesia but has modifiedhis Commissioners In session of the courthouse to provide Philosophy Of

own terms for negotiations, a ( this morning.The better service for customers
an authoritative source said to. board asked early In the at the stand operated by Mite Eye For An EyeST.

day. year for help from the state Medina was looked upon unfavorably -
commission In such s study to by the Commission. AUCUSTLNE (AP) -Dr.
Martin Luther King told a Negro
aid local authorities in over-
JAKARTA Indonesia (AP- Anticipating problems of
audience "If
Monday night we
Indonesia's largest British rub. all county planning In zoning keeping the lobby clean and attractive go on the philosophy of an eye

bar and tea plantation firm, !,Industrial development,sea plus a desire to guard for an eye we will all wind up
P. and T. Lands, has been na. walls and subdivision develop against a "drug store look," blind."

tlonallzed and all Its assets In ments. and t doubt for the need dur- The Negro leader from Allan.'

Indonesia seized.RAWALPINDI. Turner said a representativeof ing the summer season, all ta addressed I an overflow crowd
the state commission had figured In the Commission decision estimated by police at 2,000 at

Pakistan (AP) CORONATION SERVICE Ten members of the ing Carolyn Booker, Lucky Wlnfree and Betty been In Naples conferring with .. St. Paul's Methodist Church.
-Radio Pakistan charged today Girls Auxiliary of the Woman's Missionary Union Rice. The three young crown bearers in the him on contract terms and had lie assured the audience that
that an Indian army unit front from left Debbie Martin promised the study will start the Southern Christian Confer
were honored at a special coronation service at row are, Cynthia
flre which he heads "Is
crossed the Kashmir cease- PayAsYouGoSchool once, going
Martin and Grace Ann King The flower girl at In August.
the
First Church Those
line Monday night and killed Baptist Sunday evening: to stay with you until your two
four civilians at Domel 150 receiving awards were front row, left : Queens, extreme right is Janice Caple. Presenting awards tie for freedom Is won."
miles north of Rawalpindi. Nina Margaret Brown, Carroll Martin and Joyce were Mrs. Gene McClain, vice-president and Mrs. OTHER BUSINESSThe Plan lie urged that the movement

Bowen; second row, left ; Princess Cecilia Clark ; David Witt, prayer chairman of WMU and Mrs. Florida Probation and here continue on a nonviolent

lady-in-waiting Pam Davis: Princess Dottie Ellis. Robert Martin and Mrs. John Bowen, counsellorsfor Parole Commission's requestfor Gets An plane
LEOPOLDVILLE The Congo AiringA
an office In the counhousewu "U we hate we are defeatedIn
the Girls Auxiliary (Caples photo)
(AP)-U.N. aircraft airlifted Rear row : Princess Kathy Gay and ladies-in-wait- granted by the local board. the beginning," he Mid.

ammunition today to two Con. The office will be located. In pay.sa-you.go plan for fin. King came here In a motor.
anting new school constructionIn
commando companiescut -
golese the prosecutor's quarters cade from Jacksonville after fly
county Collier County was given an
rebels off rampaging by Communist-backed through Kwl. Bids Finds VotingI.rregularitiesi and Is to be furnishedby airing by the School Board Mon. ing to that city from his Atlanta

lu Province. County School Board KillsAcrossTheBoard the state board without expense day with first reaction mixed. home Negro leaders held a confer
to the county. School Board Chairman Leo
;-:- For Cane CropIn The letter requesting the Chlckering said he hoped the nice to determine whether Ms
ROME (AP) Italy's health visit would be prolonged with
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office stated that about 60 parolees matter will be publicized
and the 40,000 that he
Insurance plans the possibility might par.
t doctor who treat Insured patients New OrleansA But No Crimes In the area were under to encourage of expression of cltl- tlclpate In demonstrations. No,
ten points view.
have reached an agree. supervision of the state agency, decision was announced.
ment giving the doctors higher TALLAHASSEE (AP) Re. and that 11 of these had been The NEWS, In tomorrow's ed. No sit-ins or demonstrations
Collier County delegationof Itlon wUl the story onpayol..You.ro
fees and less paper work. four in New Orleans ports from observers In seven added to the roster since January carry have occurred here for the past
were Teachers together with com.
The health plan doctors staged Raises For counties Indicated widespread 1 this year. The letter three weeks Earlier this year
brief text
today to present a against plots of a letter from CharlesE
a long series of nationwide voting Irregularities but no also stated ..- many demonstrators were arrested >
Chick state coordinator for
last to protest their proposed restriction In sugar criminal intent, Secretary of Copier Including Mrs. Malcolm
,
strikes year
There will be no'across-the- said he had talked ing population of Coun- school whose
surveys, opinion
hearing V
fees and the amount of paper cane acreage at a public Rogers State Tom Adamas said Peabody, mother of Massachusetts .
work.. scheduled by the U.S. [).- board raises for Collier Coun- with many people since the site| said that reports were I'rrm ty will Increase the load work was sought by Built| WD. Reyn. C lei". Endlcott 1'.. od)'.

.'..."..... .. .w 'f Mr'mentof Agriculture. ty publtCLSchool teachers and special' meeting and found 111 his deputies in Day, City, .la the are*. The state agency olJs.
Norman Herren,L I.Nobles, principals this year But the opposed to an across-the- Madison, Monroe, Nassau, Santa Is expected to move In about
BERLIN (AP) After three Attorney Tom TresdweU and annual Increment of $100 provided board raise. "In the motionwe Rosa and Washington counties July 1.The.

days of singing, parading and. County Agent Don Lander are In the salary schedule now are doing what the citizens Adams cent deputies to the Commission down

listening, a half-mllllon to Communist Cast propaganda Or. .attending the meeting. In operation will be granted. of Collier County want," counties for the May S primaryat a request from the state attorney Fairly Brief Agenda

.man youths returned'to their The delegation will attemptto Superintendent W. D. Rey he said. request of Individuals In the office for om additional I
counties. In the May 26 second
an limi- nolds proposed In the regular criminal Investigator. The
homes today. foresyll acreage
he will have
a deputy
They had come from all over tation proposed on sugar cane April meeting that an across- TIME TO SPECIALIZE primary in each of the 67' counties at the County's share of expense would On Deck For CouncilCity
the-board raise of$25 for each added have been $600. Attorney -
East Germany to attend the first growing. If the acreage Is Mrs. Jones "Every request of statewide candidates County
Communist youth festival In limited It will halt plans of year a teacher has been In the year we have raised salaries, James I R. Adams statement -
Fast Berlin in 10 years the Immokalee Sugar Cane county system be granted.It now we are In excellent shape, that the Commission was Council meets Wednesdayat Some downtown merchants ape
Growers Co-operative to plant was this proposed across- and It Is time to specialize." Baker ProbersTo without authority to grant the V a.m. to take up an agenda of parently would like to ee fewer

Absentee Ballot about 20,000 acres next year the-board raise the board turn- Rogers spent considerable request quickly terminated discuss shorter length than has been the parking meter and more off

and plans to build a processing ed down atyesterdiy'ssesslon. time In comparing salaries of Have Closed Ion. cane at many recent meetings.Up street parking space. Their
Deadline Thursday for approval will be the plot view point probably will come up
plant near Immokalee at an Members Sara Jones E. Collier County teachers with The Commission advised
and establishment of toning under dscusslon of on\
George and Dr. Kenneth other counties In the Rogers Turner to refer a minor plan a report ..
Thursday Is the last day for estimated cost of $12 millions Rogers state. pro- for The Moorings Unit S, as proposed parking meter revenue and enforcement -
county voters to stop in at On a gamble that no limitations Snyder voted for the motion thought the local salaries Door Session blem of paving portions of the by the Zoning and Planning ,

Registrar Edna Crf>b Santa's would be placed farm- to deny the proposed raise compared favorably with the WASHINGTON (AP) The access roads at the new Sea Board. That board also has At IOa.m.CoundlwlUrecelve
office and apply for absentee ers In the area have already Member Philip Crews was not rest of the 'Ute.Chairman Senate committee investigating Gate School back to the school proposed that the City buy a bids, U there are any, on Lot
ballots for the May 26 runoff devoted 2,000 acres to sugarcane present and Chairman Leo Chlckering In one Bobby Baker goes behind closed board It was brought out at beachfront tract from The Moorings Clearing Project No. 7, This
primary election.As seed plantings. The delegation Chlckering did not vote, but part of the discussion suggested doors Wednesday to consider a the meeting that the contractoron at the north city limits fora project encompasses 16 uf the
of this morning, approximately will submit reasons said had a vote been necessary that the board accept salary proposed report that blames the the paving work at the school public beach park lowest lots which City l4anapr
60 persons have applied why limitations should be held he would have voted "No." recommendations submitted by Senate for putting Baker and was not authorized to pave from Council Is expected to discuss: Vine Wood earlier Included ta a
for absentee ballots. Forthe MayS In the "One others In placas of responsibility the lot line possible purchase of the "Pines 404ot program which Council
off until after the first of next Rogers April meeting Superintendent Reynolds, to a point Joining
first primary, 94 of these ballots vigorously opposed the across- man has to hire teachers, keep without Imposing "enforceable the paved street passing the Block" Just east of the fishing thought too exiendve. A* at
were voted, out of 118 appll. year standards of honesty" pier. A city planning firm recommended Monday, no bids had been
the-board raise. Other mem- teachers, and It appears we school
The Collier -
County delegation
cations. last that this received on the 16.14 project.
To situation It
remedy the year
Absentee ballots must be In the and others from Lee and bers supported him and action should acceptbls recommendations urges a strict set of ethical reg. The contractor said he woulddo block be bought and used fur Council will consider aresoln.
clerk's hands by 5 p.m. Mondayto Glades Counties will attemptto was delayed for two weeks. In ." ulatlons for Senate employesand the Job for $400. The Com- parking.The tlon concerning the post-pay tele.
be counted. At the May 28 show that a cut-off date at a special meeting two weeks Member ;nyder followed senators. mission was without funds to Zoning and Planning Board phone used In this area Inchon

election Republicans will choose this time will cause consider- later action was again post- with, "This Is no longer a The report, submitted to the assume responsibility for the baa handed over Its revision of the booth and public places tn'irr'County
among two elates: of telegates to able financial loss to farmers poned.At one-man school system" Rules Committee by Us special work. toning ordinance to Council, Telephone Co. Most
the national convention,and Dem. who have Invested heavily. yesterday's meeting Rogers Chickering, defending his counsel, L. P. McLendon, alleges Advertising for public hearings which probably will sot a date visitor to the area don't read
ocrats will decide three contests The delegation will point to Immediately moved thatno stand, brought out that Rey that as a Senate employe on zone change: requests tot a public hearing early this the Instruction on the phones,
on the local level, choose one of In Baker was guilty of Improprieties summer. On another matter re and put in their dimes before)
bills In congress proposing that raises by granted as that nolds was the best position gross in the area adjacent to the
the two governor nominees, and for but hold he was not gardlng the toning boardCouncilIs dialing. The phone will not
know
item teacher
was opened to needs.
agenda
the the of Golden -
on courthouse City
voters in both parties will elect sugar tonnage floating legally guilty of conflict of In. scheduled to make appoint work unless the dime 1* insertedafter
be discussion. Mrs. Jones gave "None of us Is usocli- Gate and Stoners Sub-
national committeemen and wom. global market should a pan least merits to the board Wednesday. the called] party answer
en. of the U.S. quota. the motion a second (Continued on page ') division, was ordered Terms of all seven prevent memo

The Commission authorized hers are expiring this month.. iI

I Naples Jaycees Get Top Awards At State MeetingThe preliminary on the 1W acres surveys between to start Wiggins more Council than Is$700,000 expected In to award storm FENEW YOURDRIVER'S

Pass and Vanderbilt Beach ewer and street Improvement LICENSE ,
become s work Bid on the bond-Issue DURING YOUR t
which Is
Naples Jaycee organization is named in honor of the founderof given to the same club two years the focal organization and Mr. Marvin Cecil. Mr. to county financed projects were opened
has again been named the the Jaycee organization in succession In addition, the Naples club and Mr. Bill LoegahoreLlr.and park. The Internal Improvement last week W1HMW1HLOCAL
outstanding club in its populationclass Last year the club not only won The presentation was made at won 10 award in 12 categories Mr*. Fred Schmucker, Mr. andMrl.llenryCabaJIeroDr. ) Board will be contacted
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In the state of Florida. this award but also the award the annual meeting last week in entered. Of these, seven were .Wayne --- -- r -
This sward Is known as the for being the outstanding club in Cocoa Beach which was attended first place awards and three were Was, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nell,
GUssenbier Memorial award and the state, an award which is never by 22 men and 12 women fromEUJOTT second place. Ken Schryver, Jack Earnshaw
The categories In which the local Jack Slottag, Carlton Wild, .
club placed first were agriculture er, Don Berry, Henry Lowe, i
and conservation, public Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Grimm, ,
tir relations, religious and Christ. James B.Taylor, Helmut
I mss activities, publication of the Priller Mr. and Mrs. John Lea
Jaycee paper (which Is printedat vltt, Mr. and Mr. George
the NEWS printing plant J way Pittman Paul Unebatk.Mr.and
and mean, Americanism and go. Mr. Gerald Kelly, an Mr. and
vernmental affairs, youth and Mr*. Gary Henley
sports activities. Frank Foster of West Palm
Beach, newly elected state president -
OTHER AWARD6 of the Jaycees, will be
In Naples Wednesday night May
Second place swards werepre.sented 27, to install the newly elected
to the Naples group In officers of: the Naples Jaycees. r
categories of Community health The local: organization will meetat
and safety, Inlerclub relations, :30 o'clock tomorrow night
and chapter development.A In the
Naples Elk Club to elect
special award of honor. officer for
the coming year.Ro.
r able mention was also given the bert McDanlel, the current pr.... e 1' t
l Naples flub for Us community dent, will preside
development project<< carried on
over a period of several years
the "Fix 41" project.
Six Naples Jaycees also r..
eelved certificates from "Peon Sample BallotsIn

University's College of Know This Issue
ledge" for tending lair Mat

meeting during the year. Those Sample Ballot for the May

ROOSEVELT, center, son of famed President Franklin D. Roose- receiving swardw.re George 26 primary election appear on
velt, accepts best wishes from Henry B. Watkins, Jr., right, at meeting of Reardon Jr., Jack Bliss, HeU Page 8 and 9 of this issue, SHRINE CLUB officials meet at the Beach Club to review plans for
Collier County Democratic Club at the Beach Club Hotel Saturday, Roosevelt mut Prier, Bill Longshore, ample copies of which are be. the first All-State Ceremonial. Big statewide event will be held in Naples
Marvin Cecil and Bob McDanlel. Ing given saturation distribution June 5-6 and will draw upwards of 3,000 persons. From left are Shrine
,
is a candidate for a post on the National Democratic Committee to represent
Those attending the meeting throughout the county to assure chairmen Dr. William Bar-
committee
Clemmer and
Carl
Florida. Ad Miller left president of the Collier County Democratic iron NaoU were Mr. and Mr*. that all eligible voter will have Club president
Club was master of ceremonies at the meeting. It was Roosevelt's first Robert McDnaiel, Mr, and an opportunity to see and study lett, Charles AI 'under, C. J, McMurry and Spencer Allendorf.McGrath )

public appearance in Naples (McGrath photo) Mr*. George Reardoa, Jr., Mr. the sample ballots ( photo


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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS ( "".-. ""- what I for appearances at university, .
Tuewl.y, May It, W She Is working now on
J Mrs. Johnson Most Active she considers an Important I the Huntsvllle, Ala., space Lea I'

Everyone Read. The NEWS It Psys T. Adnrtlae I r'iead the Want Ads ] dress speech to a Radclltte baccalaureate College next ad. I I ter land, the housing YWCA project and the for Cleve the

she pays her own .
month. 'elderly, r.y.When
,--...--- First Lady Since Eleanor First Ladles la recent years she Invites wives of
=-= --..- haven't had speech writers of i Congress members to go alone
staffers reprtwith
House
their own and Lady Bird has White
I WASHINGTON (AP) In John F. Kennedy's assassinationMrs. become "a brain-plcker" ask. some embarrassment the
Just six months, Lady Bird from ex. guests are advised to expect to
FACTORY Models I Johnson said she felt her Ing for suggestions i
and mkin Johnson has become the most own role "must emerge in pert and counting on her i foot their own bill
gs active First Lady since the late deeds, not words." press secretary Elizabeth Car.
Eleanor Roosevelt. She has since been referred to penter, a veteran newspaper '
being U.N. Ambassador Adlat E. as "vice president to the presl- woman, for help.
changed Stevenson says she has "an un. dent." "Mrs. Johnson is i treat one MOTnFOR
CLOSE OUT ashamed love affair with the She does Just about every. to weigh every word," says
American people. She Is making thing from holding Johnson's "Liz" Carpenter "and she does
no secret of her affection for Texas hat while he speaks, to not want to say anything that SALE
them and they are making no watching the clock for him. Isn't her own belief."
-- '" secret of theirs for her." Almost from the start, Mrs. In one of his pov rty.area
::# Mrs. Johnson has pitched In Johnson has been compared to talks, the President Jestingly
to Join her husband In every Mrs. Roosevelt who traveled noted that his own wife Ui "un One of the Finest!
Limited endeavor from outright politick. widely and was deeply Interest.ed employed," but then added that Pierce Fl.
Ft.
In ,
Ing to polite and formal enter. in social and economic prob. she's far from out of a Job.
taming at the White House. She lems. He told a news conferenceshe WRITE BOX 688
does it all with ease, grace and But Mrs Johnson was not al. was forced to give up her Ft. Pierce, Florida
Stock test.Crowds ways so ready to speak before longtime Job of operating
In one state after crowds and had to take a KTBC, the Austin Tex, radio
another have shown their enthu.. course In public speakingto and television station she Is Strictly modern, 20 units
claim for Mrs. Johnson on appearances overcome severe "stage credited with building Into a
with swimming pool and llv-
with the Presidentand fright." mllllon-dollar enterprise. It has
on her own. They found her But since becoming First been placed In the hands of tag quarters with 5 acres of
"charming," "prettier than her Lady she has graduated from trustees while the Johnsons are land for expansion all
pictures," "a real Southern brief "thank you" remarks to In the White House. toned commercial. By owner
lady." making 20.minute speeches A spokesman for the First selling because of 111
AMOUREST And every month, her calen. From steelworkers to Leagueof Lady said she used to draw a health. Priced for quick sale!
dart Issued by her press secre. Women Voters she addresses salary In five figures is chair.
at 160000. 29 per cent down,
tary seems to get longer. "
audiences as "friends. man of the board of KTDC.
It's no secret she plans to Her Southern drawl and Now, she's finding there are no balance teims.LclW .
start downright campaigning sometimes sugary delivery public funds for a wife anxiousto
before long. But not now, Lady have not always been assets. do a Job In the White Mouse ... U.s. N.. 1 Hlti..%,
Your choice ofInnerspring Bird says only wait until John. But, Lady Bird Is working on When Lady Bird makes her bet Curt .( rrti\ .
son gets nominated. that too. She's been calling on frequent speechmaking trips,, OM PHONK UM1II t
,1.1 Every day the petite dark. her speech teacher, Hazel Beall ArM Cede Ml
haired Mrs. Johnson Is growing Provensen to hear her read
rl or Foam Rubber In her role, finding more assurance speeches and give advice.At .
to -
as a speaker planning
a recent luncheon of the
I say more In support of her Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial
husband's declarations against
Foundation In New York Mrs.
poverty and prejudice. Johnson found herself given the
Watching the year-old First
mission by Stevenson to "carry
I Lady In action, Mrs. Arthur J. forward the Imperishable work
Goldberg wife of the Supreme of Eleanor Roosevelt."
Court commented that
Justice Far from seeking such an Inheritance .
"Mrs. Johnson has been such a
Mrs. Johnson Is
\ shot In the arm to women In
+ r, somewhat embarrassed by the
; their middle years by balng so comparison to the wife of the
active and attractive" World War n president, Frank-
She Is proving, says Mrs. Un D. Roosevelt.
Cw.Yr M r.../1MOOMr4 Goldberg that women' don'thave
One great similarity to Mrs.
to go on the shelf, but can
Roosevelt however, lies In Mrs
"keep being forward looking Johnson's early decision to
and "
Inquiring. make trips and speeches on her
In the first tragic days in the own.
White House after President She started the personal In.
1 spectlon tours of poverty areas
when she traveled to the Wilkes. Starts Thursday!
Howard F. Clancy Barre and Scranton Pa., area

Named Outstanding In January Our tale has been such a huge sue
While her husband has been
Close Out* -- -.-'- Noncom In USAFE pushing a policy of getting qual. Less, that we're doing it again.....
tiled
women Into top govern.
Staff Sergeant Howard F. ment posts, Mrs. Johnson e DRESS SHOES \
Clancy son of Mrs. Mariela has launched small, Informal
R. Clancy of 24 Broad St., monthly luncheons at the White e WALKING HEELS '
R' Oneonta N.Y., has been selected House to spotlight the contrlbu pet 6 79
SAYINGS ARE Outstanding Noncommissioned tions of "women-doers" In a va. C FLATS .
Officer of the Quarter In his U.s. rlety of fields
PASSED ON TO 95 Air Forces In Europe (USAFE)I When she went along on John. -
A few leftat 2.88 2 for
pair
$5
wing al Sembach AB, Germany. son's six-state Appalachia tour, or
OUR NAPLES $ 2 Sergeant Clancy a personnel 1-ody Bird spoke everywhere he ALL SALES FINALBaxter's
did.
CUSTOMERS! technician was chosen for the
honor In recognition of his leader
ship exemplary conduct and duty
t. performance. He Is assigned to of Shoes
the 38th Tactical Missile Wing

which supports the USAFE mis. Accrou from 1 lit Notional Bbnk
slon of providing the major air w t
contribution for defense of the Downtown 5th Avenue
NATO countries.The WANT AD
THE FURNITURE FAIROpen sergeant, who attended Al.
bany (N.Y.) High School, Is the-
son of Harold J. Clancy of Im.
mukalee, Fla. A veteran of
Monday and Friday Nights 'til 9 All D.y w.cInesday nine years military service he Is EWELL "Pappy" MOORE
married to the former Maxine E.
North Trail Across from Bowling Alley Phone Ml) 2-3837 Dunn, daughter of Mrs. Edith

Fredenburg of 455 Jay St., Al.
bany N.Y.
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Tuesday May 19, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

f 1 1t Hollingsworth

:: Mrs Maude H, Hollingsworth, Local Shufflers log of Llu>J Hill in the dUI,'
rowBonita .. 78, died yesterday In Naples Community new hall at 9(0 Central Avenue.
e work ] severalnew
Hospital The group boppe<
a. A native of Tennessee Mrs Retake BannerAt calls, Including "wheel andwhirl'

.. ..._____,____ __ Holllngs orth had been a restsdent I "whirlwind"" ,and"churnthe
W\...._-.. of this ,uea sine 1988 and butt i .
A meeting with local organIzation Alland and Va. Kidwell of the made her home at 108th! Avenue, Fort MeadeLast Next Saturday Hill will again

leader, alone with the mem nominating committee of the Naples' Park Friday, May 15, seven call for the group. The dance
ben of the board of directors of American Legion John Murphy She is survived by her husband couples from the Sunshine Shufflers tarts at 8 p.m. and lasts until
the Bonita Springs Free Public Post No.303 Auxiliary presentedthe Ji Im Q. HolHnlt worth of Naples; drove to Fort Meade and 1 r. All square dancers are In-
Library.was called by their pres. following slate of officers to 4F. I i brother, the Rev. Frank hale danced! with the Sand Mountain silted to nartMpat.

ldentMra. Odellt Uarkoft Fri. serve for the ensuing year who eta ,>t Chattanooga. Tenn., and a Swingers, Mel Clark calling It
dent, Mrs. OdnUa Maitoff: Fri. were elected unanimously: sister, Mrs. Lulla Sire of Tenn was the Fort Meade club's sec OUTDOOR JJANC:
day morning the library build President Mrf. Ethel C rltean; essee. and anniversary dance, and they On the following Suturday.May
log there to discuss and secure First vice president Mrs. A Christian Science funeral had specially invited the Sutfflers 30 the Shufflers will have an out.
the general reaction to the"Pro. Connie Evans; Second vice president service will be held at 10 o'clock to help them celebrate Follow. door dame at the Gulf Station,
posed County wide library ser Mrs Janet Reahard; se. Thursdu morning at the Earl G. Ing the dancing a buffet dinner Fifth Avenue and the Trail. It
vice" which recently passed cretary Mrs. Jo Ha=>hbarger; Unices Funei''il I Chapel with was served. will be preceded by a coffee
by a referendum vote. treasurer Mrs Jo Ann Young. ""th Frank M. Tobm, first reader of The Shuffler delegation retrIB- snack at 4 p.m. in the pi< nl<
The proposal as submitted blood, chaplain Mrs. Mary WIlliam e the church, offlt! 'lating. Veil the Shuffler banner that the grounds of the Stewart Motel,
prior to the referendum election s; historian, Mrs Mary Rea. Friend mol ill at the Hodges Swinger had taken last winter. featuring dancing on the lawn. ,
last fall, was read by Librarian hard; sgNat-arms Mrs. Adls Funeral Chapel from 7 to 9 to. This banner Is given to any club The outdoor dance will si.i t
lira.: Harriett Set chell. The con. Koeppe; and on the executive ie night and from 7 to 0 Wednesday sending; tour or more couplesto at 8 o'clock and last until H,
sensus of opinion voiced by the committee Mesdames Marlon night. Interment will be in Na a Shuffler. dance and will be followed by a mid.
majority attending this meeting Culder Virginia Clark and Nyna t pies Memorial Gardens. Those nuking the trip were night snack at the Stewart Me.
other than the board of directors Johnson llarold and Catherine CUter tel. At 12:30 a.m. tHere will be
was why Jump Into the unknown These officers as well as the Ray and Marge Chap| If the volunteers were willing to new officers of the post will be Griffin and Dett Randall, Gene Kern In i costume, which will ton
Installed Jointly In the legion tlnue\ until either. the caller 01
continue as they have over the for Robert Goorglne Fraletro, Bobble
Funeral services
past 14 years. Those attending1 home at 8 p.m., Wednesday June Hill, IVmp.sey ILlmm. MmelU the dancers run out of energy.
and who they representated were 17, preceded by a covered dish --.... .--------- _". Lee Griffin 30, will! be heldat Snow, Bill bcll.Shlrley Kornbau, This Memorial Dry affair Is
as follows: Norman Swain.Presl. supper at 6:3 Op.m.Chairman HOSTESSES to their mothers were these members of Immokalee Brownie 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon and Fred Decker planned to welcome some CO

dent First National Bank, Mrs. Youngtlood of Poppy Troop 208 with Mrs. Walter, Garrett as their leader at a surprise party In the Chapel of the Richard square darners from Lakelandand

R.E. Grant, Chamber of Com Day said the puppies had arrived held at the Lions Den. This was the last meeting of the current school A, Pittman Funeral HILL CALLS nearby towns who a re coming

merce; Mra.BeaAlland.Republl. and the volunteers to sell same Pictured above from Uft front low, Joni! Brown, Beverly Pass. home Rev Harry C. Parham The Shufflers square danced to Naples to qualify fur "Knot
can Club; Mrs. Lilly Ramsteln, on Poppy Day May 23rd ,Include year Renee pastor of the First Methodist last Saturda evening to the call head" badges
Dianah Smith Susan Stone, Janice Wolf, Robin Browning
W. W. Veterans; Mrs. Uettapunbar the Misses Jane Reahard Peggy more, Church will" ofrtcla .
Art League; Mrs. Mary Quinn Cheryl Roberts and the Combs ; standing Karen House, Brenda Clifton, Lisa Rimes, Susan Browning Griffin died Saturday night:
land Mesdames Hashbarger Young. Jeannie Permenter Mara Gross, and Joyce Pickles.
MOman's Club; Bob Mc. Bonnie Lancaster of a heart attack at the Naples
Volunteer Fire Dept. blood and rltean.
; lived 404(
Speedway. lie at
Floyd Long, Southwest Florida The cemetery Memorial Day
wreath will be made by Mrs Guava Drive, Naples and was
Organic
Group as well as the recreation
group. Cubtlne Hunter who will also ]National Science Foundation the proprietor of the B. andR. LillyPulizer

Members of the board attendingwere make corsages for the members.The Auto Salvage! lie was bornat .

Mesdames Virginia Clark, Poppy Day posters were Davey Fla. and had lived

Mildred Rlggs, Wendy Welsh, exhibited and four were selectedfor In Naples about three years. Of Naples, Inc.
Wins Science
Rae Wear and Miss Virginia awards which will be madeat Mrs. Dennard Scholarship lIe Is survived by his widow

Mldilletim the local school award day Fri. Roberta, a daughter
day May 29, at 9:30 arm The
Susan; three sons' Hobble, Eddie Invites you ,
AUXILIARY SLATE entries were made by the fifth
Mildred sixth and Jal1lt'S his mother,Irs.
Mrs Dennard
: '
Mesdames Mary Reahard Bea and sixth grades under the guld.
ante of Wilbur Williams. grade teacher at Lake Park Ele. p Marjorie Griffin of Fort Lauderdale To See Her

President Marlon Gulder an. mentary School has been award r ; a brother Hay, of

Judy CadenheadGets nounced a district get-togelher ed a scholarship of the National Naples; two sisters,Mrs.Doris Newest
for girl-staters In Sarasota on Science Foundation this summerat Hunter of Pompano teach, and
Award For May 27th, which our local girl the University of Oregon ,.. Mrs. Marjorie Gaines of Chattanooga Collection

stater Miss Ellen Hertzog will The foundation Is sponsoringan Tenn.; and his grandmother
Civinette Club attend, accompanied by her experimental program for pro. Mrs. Hilda! Maxwell of
siding elementary school
pl'rsQlwnel
mother. ,
with supplementary training 1f Fort Lauderdale ofLilly's
Auxiliary berets were dls. rlendj call at the Human
played and many were sold. in science and mathematics.Approximately ; ,q may
home from 7
30 colleges and unl. Funeral to
Others can still be oUalnedfrom
the secretary Mrs. Ramsteln. versltles will be holding these 9 o'clock tonight/:
Institutes this summer. Each in.
Mrs.
Mary WUII.l.m.preSf'ntedthe
stltute will have between 30 and
president with a check for
$'O from Miss Ruth Alexander to 40 members. They are chosen JohnsonGraveside 971 Itk Av, 8. Naples, ru.
from 300 at schoolto k
be added to their flag fund. A among one
1500 at another. services were
.
general thank you was expressed.Mrs
Mary Realiard will represent Elementary school teachers In conducted this morning by the
the local group at a loan grade one to six, supervisorsand t 1R Richard A. Plttman Funeral" "

closet luncheon at the Lamp. principals concerned with In.struitlon Home at Naples MemorlalGar-

lighter in Fort Myers. In science and mathematics +f Fi dens for James Paul Johnson Come In And Meet The Famous Author
are eligible to partlcU
50, who died In Immokalee May
pate In this program for Im.
Cypress ChapterTo proving the quality of instruc. 12. FLETCIIER KNEHELWh
tlon In the elementary grades Johnson was a native of Danville -

Meet ThursdayThe Most of the colleges choose t u Ill, and had been employed latest HoakarCONVENIlON"
their participants on the bases of ,' y'' on a farm In the Immokalee -

regular meeting of Cypress the applicant's college academic area.

Chapter, No. 236, Orderof record performance In the teaching E r

Eastern Star, honoring the profession recommendations : :
Grand Instructor of District from their superiors and a plan Billie Infant

i JUDY-J.CADENHEAD. .M 1&willbebeldat Masonic Terb-) putlpll.ted gylhw.sppligant for I f'An. Infant, daughter! born to Mr b .IN.", N..1.0 ell .kMi-wlbf. kit tnt UMrtry oiU ..Itct...
!i .:;,Cadenhead:. .' pIe;- Ptn# Ridge,"'" Thursday JlSiNol+IWek4iulk4dtt'1aygI(, IiIIiIlls n"and Mrs John Billie of Orho' fw AHl (Uil pat till k.* 1v...Otft" III ftUy"*.. Not I IMIIReception '
Judy Anne pee
Miss night at eight o'clock. gained at the institute to up. ..5.. fer m..Sn
president of the University of grade their own teaching of d'iKl\ yt'Bturday at Naples Com
Mrs. Gertrud Gryphsn, worthy -
munlty HoHpltal. Funeral arran.
South Florida Collegiate Civ science and math.
matron, announces that giiments will bt announced later and Autograph
!Inette Club, was recently pre The Summer Institute at the Party
chapter mothers will also be by the Richard A, Plttman Fun
University of Oregon for which
sented a gold plaque honoringher Col honored at the meeting. Mrs. Dennard has been granteda eral home.Rolle 7 to 9 pan. Friday, May 22
club as the outstanding
stipend will Include courses in "Orchids and a Toast"
legiate Clvlnettc! Club of the to serve with corned
geology math climatology and
,
beef md this halve
at the42ndaniiualcoiwcn- ir WI>
year Poodle Adopts meteorology. She wUl attend ._.. ....... ....
tion of the Florida District of halt a dozen unrolls and spread H ywi umwt MM rat wN w tt J3JO mod
classes tour days a week with .. sea ern.
International held at the cut; surfaces with a couple of 'swr..w .ea w m.y.Mn.
Clvitan Mocking Birds each Friday devoted to field trips .
of butter
Miami tablespoons or mar. -


Reach Fontainebleau Miss Cadenhead Hotel Is the daughter be ATLANTA puppies the dog than Ga.wanting the(AP birds) -them want."It'amorl' to on Includes chartered,!tuition raveling busses.tet'l.allowanceplus Her health stipend Insurance a : .'r 1J 1f f horseradish Ins mixed again with. and Put munturd-fluMiced heat the halves the roll.together ( jOllY 1 Ct v.:! C'5lorlj ( hl)

of Mr. and Mrs. I.D. Ca- : week for herself and $30
ing to be puppies." $75 per MRS. MILDRED DENNARD in a brown puper bag thawed, \
iif llh Aw. ... MI 2.2521
denhead of She Is a week for two .
Naples. That's the" way Mrs. Orbun T. per dependents.The tightly' in a hot oven fur ihoul
senior at the University,an active Moore described relations be. participants at the Univ. tin minuli t.i
member of the Student tWet'n her white female poodle, erslty of Oregon have been cho.
from 38 different states and
Florida education Association Shelley, and the three young sen Presbyterian
Christian Life Fellowship mocking birds the dog has each will have the opportunityof YOUR tYI ON GRANTS
Interest Club Council adopted.Eh presenting Information concerning Church Circles
Special
and to the executive ,ille)' took tlu fledglings to his own school and the
representative geography and geology of his own Meet WednesdayTomorrow _
I Council of the Student raise two weeks ago when they state, liifi'lisii-p!
were about a week old Their Mrs. Dunnard's son, Frank, Is the meeting day i) SALE

.real mother had abandoned a student at Naples Senior High for several circles of the first

,hem School, has also been acceptedIn Presbyterian Church. The
Fed a diet of 5oCl.scramblPd the band workshop for the morning circle will meet at when Grants-own brands, famous for quality

eggs\ egg! )'olk. ground meat and summer 9:30 a.m. In the hone of Mrs. sale for extra savings
and priced
bread smoked lit milk, they David Chlrgwln, 387 llth Ave. economy, are i
Association.M flimilslud Slualley, who has nev.i1 S.
lain a mother, took (ire of Glenda Roan Sunshine Circle will meet at
tin'in in if they WIMP puppies Cool This Summer
On Degree List 1:15: tomorrow afternoon In Keep .
Spencer Fellowship Hall with
Among the 80 candidates tord..greo.s
Meet Mrs. Melvin Smith as the hos
Shellers
at Tin College,Forsvlh
Ga, Is Miss Glenda Roan,daughter tess. .
> This ThursdayThe of Mr. and Mrs J.D. Roar, Spencer Circle will meetat 1 ...,'. .
8 o'clock tomorrow night In 'I..''''; __ -
final meeting of the sea 1503 Marlin Drive, Naples. --
of the Shell Club Commencement exmlws will Westminster Room with I I III :
son Naples
i
be held Sunday, May 31, at 3pm. Mrs. Miguel Medina acting as i.
will! be held at the CommunityRoom "
The Baccalaureate Sermon will the hostess. All ladies of the
COMET( of the Naples Federal II J, ,
and Loan Associationon be given b>' the Rev. Malcolm church and their guests are Invited .
Savings Davis, pastor 1,1111' First Baptist to attend of these I r
any ,A .,
21 8 : j
p.m.Thursday May at Church 31. Forijtr, at IIa.m._May meetings. "



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The Best of BoyleBy

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ji: HAL BOYLE


j TUESDAY MAY 19, 1964 .
r loved the idea. You know,
?
((dher'. 'Hater Hoi BoyUIt ways had a cheetah ar<
Television Debates Can Be OgresThere on voeotlon. Others are the house In the old days mm'
ubttltJtlng for him.) She looked out the win Jo. Ie
F ( a busy Beverly Hills street!!

is not the slightest doubt that ing himself, even if the accusations of By JAMES BACONAP front where foot land sells for S10 nu t
Writer
his Movle.Televlslon
television plays an important part in opponent are completely inaccurate, HOLLYWOOD (AP) "Mar. "Rudy and I used to i fe
present day political campaigns. But Instead of using the time to expoundand Ion Brando? Richard Burton horseback there and ''It.r i
explain his platform and Never! Clark Gable was the would come out of the 01 .mre
programs
some candidates are finding so-called trees. We would feed then .
had
closest but not even he (Grelher.
((3)) Some candidates, even though "
"television debates" to be ogres in disguise what Rudy had." .
ready to make monkeys of themif quite capable of handling the offices Pola Negrl was speaking of Valentino, the greatest ros
they seek, do not project well on tele Rudolph Valentino, the !great lover of silent days, dIE"" u
given an opportunity.An love of her life 1926. Women, by the thous, do.,
excellent example of this Is the vision. It has not yet been proven that '. 'I'b Miss Negrl, still every Inch screamed, fainted and dole ,t this
the candidate who has the correct facial the movie star, reposed in her funeral
current Burns-High gubernatorial race for contours and skin Beverly Wilshire suite. Her hairis "He and I were to be mar ,lethe )
texture to
nomination In the Democratic runoff primary project still Jet black, her eyes as following week," Pola %: I,
May 26. Candidate Haydon Burns, beautifully on a television screen is big as ever and on her left '1 have never gotten over its
necessarily the best man for the officein hand was a diamond as largeas death.
who took top place in the first primaryby a flashlight bulb. She had three husbands, nil-
contention. she titled-from count to prt ,.<,
a comfortable margin, is trying des. The setting was exotic as
((4)) In a television debate, the lesser poured the French champagne Rudy was untitled
perately to avoid a trap being set for known candidate can attack his opponent She's well off, now. "But he was the king to n -.
him by his opponent, Robert King High. "I lost two fortunes out here," and women all over the war' I i,1 ,
without fear since he has nothing to lose
Burns has announced that he will she recalls, "but I have good says Pola.
and everything to gain. He can safely Investments In San Antonio, "The screen will never set'I hR,
decline to debate High on television challenge his better known Tex. I will not lose this one" equal again. He didn't Just tl 'u i,
shows. Burns says ". the public would opponentto She's In town for a Walt DIs. women. lie hypnotized ttf-.i.,
"meet me face to face on televisionand ney movie, In which she plays He had virility, sex appeal, '
look upon me as I simpleton if I permitted debate the issues" and make it appear ) a wealthy and eccentric jewel telllgence, charm, good louks)
myself to be used anymore." v fancier. and something that no act ri
that his opponent is afraid, or '
High is making the most of Burns' In the old days, her fiery ever had before-or since.
hiding something, if he declines to step temperament used to melt directors And that extra something n. ,,
refusal by saying, "Apparently Mr Burns'campaign Into the trap. and producers but she explain the unique devotion tJ.U, t
chest Is of such In Valentino holds to this da.l
war large change
asked for only one
These are but a few of the reasons the feminine fans ot (
4q
among
proportions that he feels he can buy this the script, which called for her
why a leading candidate is justified in to have a Siamese cat years ago.

election. refusing face to face television de. II' II" "n[]f[ ; ,: : 7": ':T"''':' ; ':' ,J ; *, "i suggested that we use a "He had mysticism Kji.
I Many Floridians will jump to the bates with. a lesser .known opponent.If ,,'=,* &1: ____ ; : : ''cheetah Instead and Walt Polo I

conclusion that Burns is refusing to meet SORA.N AP5"
simultaneous TV }
High on television because he (Burns) appearancesare TheWorld ORtLAlBION.
deemed (and we doubt
has something to hide which High would necessary Alt.5LEtTED
that they are) it would be much fairerif TodayBy ACROSS A L I DIE NOR The man with an inferiority complex who feels like
disclose. This is not necessarily the case 1. Common 24. (
the candidates appeared in separate James Marlowe adder knobs laving SEC T ION. T I t1 Y i giant behind the wheel of a car .
Burns has discovered that
Apparently studios from which each could answer, Associated: Pren t 25. Mastic ... ANN R ASS
television debates can be a candidate'sWaterloo. without knowing what the other one 6JI: 28: Puruve 5 LAN T. L t E. ..

WASHINGTON (AP) The T. Made 29. Morose W A L K. G I IRE L L A
answered to him. The
questions
We do not feel called upon to defend any put 1964 presidential primaries areas angry ness A V A SON G. I 0 5
television audience could see both can dizzy as in 11, Enall.h :U. Donkey
any memory. M E. l I LOT. IS r. 0 5
candidate Burns (he Is
obviously Some voters like best the nobleman 34. Equal:
didates through use of the "splitscreen"process man RIM I 0 Sr. 0 GEt
well able to take care of himself) but they know least. For some non. 13. Strikeout comb. form
..
and hear their answers withoutthe It, Clttropod 35. lIoUandmollu.k A P P r. L. 8 E 3 T
candidates hope Is their oxygen
since the same situation is bound to happen .
distraction of constant Interruptionsby tent. Actual candidates get rebuffed commune SOLUTION OF SATURDAY'S Will
again and again In future campaigns and rehabilitated 15. Pair 36. Egypt.
the other candidate.We .
perhaps some explanation of the"gimmlck" Take Alabama's Coy George 16. Raids maternity 44. High card S. Sensitive rT
do not mean to Imply that High 17. Weir goddess ,
C. Wallace. He's been running 45 Sainte: 6. Rob
Involved Is in order. Here'swhy
I acted Improperly In challenging Burnsto In Democratic primaries with. 19. River 37 Balkan abbr. 7. Small fish
television debates can be "murder"for out a chance for Ms party's 1.land 39. Formation 8, Recom
candidates face to face television debates. As nomination which at this point 20. Acacia of mountains DOWN pen.ed 4 I Ita
some : the trailing candidate he would be some belongs entirely to President wood chest 41. Arrow 1. Nartheclum 9. Arthurlan
((1)I) The candidate who has run before Johnson 21. Animal poison 2. Sword
thing of idiot if he did And If lady t
an not.
and been defeated, as Burns was Wallace said last Marchi "I Jelly 42. Generous 3. Escapade 10. Nicked tf
Burns Is idiot the challenge n. Hebrew n. ', t. Cadmus'
four hours enough to accept have no Illusions about become lueJay') 12. Ancient
years ago, spent many weary then he will certainly deserve ing president." He said he was proselyte home daughter 18 Virile
stumping the state, raising funds and Just running to express opposl. 21. Style off4
whatever "abuse he
calls It that
as tlon to civil h 6 P 10
building an organization which had to be Johnson's right / painting

held together until the next High dishes out. program. 22. Dally
i /t
campaign.He i
It Is difficult to see how But after he got 33 per cent 23. Present:
can easily lose whatever advantage anyonecan of the Democratic vote in :1t e Scot
M this hard work may have won for him blame Burns for declining to lessen Wisconsin primary and 29'per i f U Dried

Ms hard won. chances of victory by give\ cent In Indiana, he switched tot K 1 I y grape
by giving a [emiL,. known opponent an serious candidate." : / 26. Ancient
Ing Ijls opponent an'opportunltylcr8t,"(
lbrby..he .4
opportunity tqjtD"yk.'jfn} before,a huge was running In the Jewl.b
) ? *tack"end harass him face face debate ,
television audience in to -- Maryland 'primary against a athdlc
r before a huge television audience.He stand-In for Johnson./ 7 IJ 4 27. Minute
((2)) By exposing himself to attack, Then there's former Vice / organisms
Burns must spend Valuable time defend. probably remembers that Richard President Richard M. Nixon, If ti ly ,p to 28. or atomS)
Nixon made that mistake. who lost the 1960 presidential / arrangfTent ,
contest and the race for the 2! 30 31 30. Fallacies
governorship of California! In 31. Copyca"
1962. He said that was "my last I j ..j'.g' 32. Fr. *g ey i

campaign\ for public office." 37 4 parliament .-.,
As If to show he meant It, he / LL 33. Mode

_ot.h e rs: Sa ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS> moved"under to no New circumstances"would York and said 4/ 36.38. Wager Century Florida Traffic &I- ,, CouncilS -

he accept a draft. Came 6/ / 40. LaCOllloll4' \ 1C
1964 when the political sap .ubdivl.IOIl
stirred in the states' presiden
tlal primaries.
f Without setting foot In New rbin-Lin'da'bury,
Hampshire, he got 17 per cent
of the vote there, finishing behind .

I I q I iIiII9I ambassador Henry to Cabot South Lodge Viet,Nam UJS.,

Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arl. SUNNY SAM SAYS:
[ zona, and New York's Cov. Nelson .

A. Rockefeller "Ask about the hidden .
Now he was saying, "1 will
L Lall play whatever role the party de. '' values of the new

." although.stlll\ Insisting he Sunniland Sprayer and
was not seeking the nomination. r "
In Pennsylvania, Coy wil. {g Spray Program
llam W, Scranton, who has won
some modest votes In state primaries No
11F and did well In his own Mixing Ever!
J state, repeats he's not a sand ,
11 >l1t o % date while refraining from say.
r ing he won't accept the nomination
Attach Bottle & SprayFor
Lodge was the stunner In
more ways than one. lie'. been
c. out of politics since JohnF. ( ,' Jti; .f
.. Kennedy took his Massachu.
setts' Senate seat away in 1952.
Now probably not one voter in
500 or 1,000 knows what he ,
stands or stood for.
Yet, while in Viet Nam, never -I----
saying anything, he beat Cold- '
water, Rockefeller and Nixon In'
New Hampshire with a write. In

vote actively, although campaigned the first there.two had TIME TO SPRAY

There was only one conclusion .
: Even though the voters
there knew very little about INSECTS
r VI Lodge they preferred him to the

ones. they had seen and listenedto. A SCALE

Before Oregonians cast their
ballots last week polls Indicated MITES copuam a9x.o'
Lodge would wind up the No. 1 For
man there, too, even though "
Rockefeller and Goldwater were APHIDS BLACKS POT
I actively running there and he 8 Oi. Size

wasn't.Rockefeller campaigned the : WHITE FLY Liquid Copper

state. Goldwater, smelling de. B E>. Ea.

0 feat, stayed In first away, Lodge Rockefellercame second, PINT SIZE (Spray Attachment extra)

Goldwater third, Nixon fourth.
This was fresh life for Rock.
feller. He hadn't been doing 98c 98c
well. <., EA.

ms divorce and remarriage
were expected to rUin him and

clans professional, not the Republican sentimental polltl.type, CORBIN LINDABURY, :
stayed away from him. Cold
water was their boy. He looked
like the winner In the end. GARDEN I tEHfER
But the Oregon results gave
everyone second thoughts, for
410 I..ill. .
the very Important California
primary was coming up June 2.
Rockefeller and Goldwater
are
.n NMfcul ObMrnr
on the ballot there, but not
Lodge and write-ins are not
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when a Mack truck tractor which VaiKfcJrbfirBeach>'' from TvI''I' May It. 1564 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS S
Injured In was being! driven In a westerly Gulf Shore Drive in front of Boefinj/ i .
1i .
I Tlpt. I .
direction on the highway by vi Uli.li.. ,1I 5 series. Brodkln said that Ute
Sunday CrashesIn Woodrow Moran of A1lenv1Ue.In. him.Damage to the Flat was estimated U;' -m l.r..S lk : t :ir 'uteI II i ij I I. i., Marshall, Mar of 'Throiondi e move to Hollywood, mad
., made a left turn in front at $45 and to the mo- >-+- -- ."
Mtt1ed-ol
--- AP T 1 I'I.F.dl: Writer C; t 1",0 Nur-L i 1 is ender NBC con. when a strike-now aNew
AreaMrs. of the Ford onto Highway 858 torcycle at $35. Miss Dillman .;-/ NEW \ :RK vAPV-Th* =POT ia ft t hived )t.M t. i i, "IIMKMI' is Kant Coast York scenic deslcner tin.
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$800 to the car and at $300to in court for falling to yield is >'xpcted> to ro not attend air show, in MIL' I h, "nil, pro important than for "an Indeflnlto period."
Cants W. Brooks ofClermont. the tractor. State TrooperEd the right-of-way. The acci- r \ cum Us i ,tere>t in television: NBC al"r' i ("li.. M.,) 2r II.) M.I.I -i in"!1' '''.'.,1"* ippearancp, "We have no thought of mov.
wife of a Lake county Crawford who made the Investigation dent occurred at 10:15 o'clock "sex and. uolenc.'' themes With uMi'J i'' i 1 iMHio atagtaulst) IM. 'w.-s. i 1 I'I ,- i I.lct that NewT Ing back to New York," be
deputy sheriff received a charged Moranwlth (( new heJMhK-s! within the next with the r'' ,-tuition cant"| \ .-id,, M i-o n t titva lost tho ..id.
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compound fracture of the right few werksSome .
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Greater Naples Golf Association -
Junior high coach Bill Marshall game are counting premature- held Golf
/1T at Big Cypress
U thinking of moving Ty'u t and Country Club. The event .
spring football practice for the Not content with merely marked the second monthly
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Panthers from May to Feb establishing a state championship tournament held by the newly NEWS Tuesday Ma, I>, 1444
ruary, come next school year. football tournament state ; formed organization.The 6 COLLIER COUNTY -
Grid drills for Junior high boys high school athletic officialsnow T next outing Is scheduledfor
are now going on, and they will want to alter the sport Itself Sunday. June 7, at Palm
windup this week. to make it easier to pick River Golf and Country Club. Match Play Opens
Marshall would like to fit regional winners for the play- The organization plans to hold
BUYNOW spring football practice betweenthe offs. a tourney the first Sunday of
end of the basketball and They have proposed that tie J l _; r each month in the future.
the stan of track. He pointsout games during the regular sea- S In Sunday's affair a four- In City Golf Event
that It Is pretty hot this son be eliminated. Football has some best-ball was used to determine
time of year for strenuous survived these many years with winners. The winning -
athletic activity. tie games, so a tie is accep- 4 team proved to be a flvesome A total of 31 players will Ira Capelle vs :H. Dixon, '.
The coach also notes that ted as part of the game. The comprised of Jack Winter, Bob begin match play this week on Yates vs H. Slottacjj Jerry F>!*
AND moving up spring grid practice playoff point system makes Abbott, Bob Deacon Bob Hart- the annual City of Naples Golf vs Frank G rlswolK; Robert Abbott
three months would allow the provision for ties so the proposal nett and "Pappy"Madden The Tournament being held at the vs E,Anderson,Tom Weeks
Junior high athletic program to to eliminate them doesn't team shot a four-under-par-68. Naples Beach Club. Dick Roberts vs George Elrod, Robert Kerr
SAVE finish up In mid-ApriL That make much seise. Abbott turned In the top team Is the defending champion. vs Robert Spencer.
would leave the latter month- Ties would be broken by putting score with 77. First flight pairings:
and-a-half of the school year the ball at midfield after ; There was a tie for second "This Isn't as large afieldas 01. Stevens vs C.A. Wag-
free for boys to study and to time runs out, then letting each ... ,,ki ... place with a team score of 71. we've had In the past," said home; W, Woodlll vs Frank
get ready for such diversionsas team have the ball alternately ,. < :;'I" (; .. Dick Vance, Dr. William Bar- Pro Paul Bell "but I think Blair: Chip Brumflel vs Dr.

Senior Little League which for a total of eight plays ,?t<:; :.":;;;.J; ,,!< > _"''' .... rett, Fondy Adams and George It's the fastest field we'veever W. Bailey: A. Hackett vs A.
Includes mostly Junior high four to a side. The winningteam ., ->i Jt-: : ,. .. *t .' J > ..,.'. ... '"," Powell made up one foursome had" Many of the Butzke; Don Elferdink vs H.B I
boys. by advancing the ball far '.res {. \aw. < #< } The other team was a five- qualifiers shot In the 70's Watkins; Clarence Pifer vs P.

Marshall's plan sounds good. ther than Its opponent would t ... ." :7'1F '. A& some comprised of Bob Baker, Bell said. Low rounds were Lefferson; W, Eckard vs Nick

'Firestone Also sensible Is the decisionof have the ball in enemy territory ;;:4 .. _,.,.u. ,.L ; ..... MIl, r_ Dale Uhllch, Vernon Allen Ken shot by Jerry Fyke and Ira Ca- Walllngford.: 1..Grimes vs bye.
Senior Little League officialsnot at the end of eight plays. .....__..''''.__", .. <" _,_.d _" ." .._ r. McRory and Jim Lulejlan. peile both with 75's.
to schedule games the weekof This tie-breaking system is TIES RECORD Noel Carroll, anchor man for Richie Yahl turned In the best The qualifying rounds turn- Church
NYLONFarm May 25. That will let baseball used by Intramural touch football Villano\a, breaks the tape in 719.0 to tie the individual score, shooting even ed up at least one surprise Leagues
players have plenty of time teams In college and Its world record for the two-mile relay at the Coli- par 72. Dale Williams had when 0,1 Stevens, last year's
to prepare for. exams. most serious drawback Is discriminating seum Relays in Los Angeles. Just behind Car- 74, and pick Vance turned in finalist failed to make the Hold Banquet,
& Commercial against headsuppass roll is John Garrison of Cal State College at San a 75, championship flight.
Collier County's contributionto defense. Defenders areInstructednottointerceptpass The was started in bowlers representing men
Jose. Cal State was ahead until the final lap. tourney First round matches must
organized baseball. Harry "shotgun" fashion with teams and women teams participatingin
TRUCKTIRES Blllle. Is hitting the ban well es, since the ball will be put shooting from tees over most be finished by the 24th, second the church leagues from Pine
for Gastonia IntheWesternCa- in the where the nalltles on schools for violating round play by the 31st. Banes and men from the leqjrue:
play at spot Everglades HighSeniorVarsity of the course. This arrangement
rollnas League Trouble Is, defender Is downed. Thatcouldbe similar rules, since the enabled all contestants to Consolation play will be ap.. bowling at Brookslde, closed out
state athletic office bears ranged, Bell said, for those the season with an awards ban.
he's his
It at so year-
hitting people deep In his team's territory finish at about the same time,
batting average currently Is if It Is a long pass he to-year grudges against certain Cage Meet Tonight and to be present for presentation golfers knocked out In cham- quet Lamplighter Tuesday Cafeteria.evening at the
and first
about ,167.Billie picks off. schools. of prizes. pionship flight competition
100 bowlers
Over attended the
won a for Gas. The be Adoption of the state football Further Information
game eight-play setup may
banquet. There were 55 men
tonta last week with a head- for Intramural teams, playoffs did not seem too Everglades High School will be obtained frm Bell at toe
okay hold Weeks, and John Dickerman from Brookside Bowl and 22
first and he sensible, since it tends to overemphasize Its Blue-White seniors- pro shop.
slide Into home where ties could make stand- as starters Hughes scored 543 women and 24 men from Vine
continues to make the plays at Ings rather complicated during the stare's No. 1 varsity spring basketball game points In 30 games last season Pairings for the championship Lanes present
third base. If the Seminole high school sport and weakensa tonight at 8:00 at the EHS gymnasium flight:
the brief awards
season preceding and was one of Coach and Teams Including 1.s.
can keep hitting the ball soon playoffs.It balanced athletic program. Athlete magazine's An-American R. Roberts vs, R. Sowers; phles and plaques, were present.
he will find the hits droppingIn. doesn't seem right for Then the extension oftheplayoffs Gator fans w Ultima chance selections. Tom Abbott vs H. Sauchelll; ed following the banquet.
As a team, Gastonla Is two high school clubs to battleon to schools below Class AA to see how next year's team .---- -
hitting about ,200 for 48 minutes, also seemed to run against will shape up, while the seniors -
then even have terms the game's outcome logic since It Is the smaller will be making their final Yankees Clobber Jaycees, 11-2
schools that have the most to appearance as students on
George DeBus man, managerof decided in a handful of plays
Naples heavyweight boxer after the game is over. Halfa lose In a one-sport state. the Gator court
Chip Johnson, refuses to believe loaf often Is better than none. The state association's tour- Coach Phil Larson w 111 coach i
that boxing Is "on the Adoption of this tie-breaking nament committee meets In August the varsity In tonight's contest. Holland Salley Gets Another
Probable starters are Willard
ropes." DeBusman reports system would seem to be in and if It continues to act
that right now there are four keeping with recent activities of illogically, it will adopt this WOoten David Barton,Charlie
fight clubs operating weekly In the state activities association. unneeded tie-breaking system Goff, Danny Smith and Jimmy
Miami, and every other week It orders schools to abide by Collins Goff was third lead- Job Wins
Top Pitching 2-0
there Is a card at the Miami complex eligibility rules which Halfback Mike Koakl of Holbrook Ing scorer on the 1963-64 EMS
,
Beach Mai? will be a Syrtcut team
Auditorium and
Built with Firestone' are violated frequently unwittingly senior neat fall. He led the The seniors, dressed In blue
,
Sup-R-Tuf/ rubber for With all this activity going on because they are not Orange in scoring last season will have Butch Hughes, Junior Needing good pitching to stay left after this season, had his gave up two walks, both to Bar
extra long payload In Just one place,perhaps those understood. with 38 points. He't 195 pounds Ballard, Jack Davis Peter undefeated In Little League curve ball working well against ley. Joe Grafton of Holland
mileage who are counting out the fight Then It Imposes varying pe- and 6-foot-1 competition the White Sox of Trail Cleaners He mixed an Salley, who has more hits to
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excellent hurling sharp-breaking curves, and sat but last nJght'st ga.U because -
Rugged Super-Strength i Last night. David Barley struck out 16 opposing battersIn he was feeling under
cord body reaista shut out Trail Cleaners on two the six-inning game. Bar- the weather
bruises and breaks hits as Holland Salley won a ley walked only one, and gave
2-0 thriller with two unearnedruns up a first-Inning single to Gary Eight pitchers toiled during
CATION the
New traction-proved In the third Inning.! White Howard and a fifth-Inning Infield Jaycees-Klwanls game.
Sox have hit Hoke Frank Cross the first of five
tread design.IHECK pitchers given up only to Gracely.
.....TM four runs In Die last four Loser Ray Jensen threw well hurlers for Jaycees gave up
t'1. two walks and a home run to
games. enough to win most games. He
Kiwanis Yankees continued permitted only one hit, a Jay Lawrence in the first InnIng. -
OUR LOW their good hitting as they sub- second inning single throughthe Lawrence's blow put KIwanis -
and dued 11-2, In last middle Halche In a lead which was never
Jaycees by Billy r, In
FLEET PRICE 4:1;: -1 night's first game. Kiwanis got the next Inning Holland Salley threatened seriously.
nine hits against five Jaycees scored twice without aid of a Bucky Flowers tossed three
ON YOUR SIZE pitchers after getting 10 hits hit.Bruce shutout Innings for Kiwanis,and
Friday In a 15-2 conquest of Griffin reached firston Mike Arthur, who finished up
Trail Cleaners; an error and stole second. was the winning pitcher. KIwanis -
FORD Holland Salley can clincha He took third wi a passed ball got five runs In the fourth
tie for the first half title and scored when !the catcher's and three in the fifth
Size 6,70.15s by beating Jaycees at 5:15 Wed- throw to third went Into left Davy Vachon singled in two
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Barley ano- was allowed to score. five hits. Neither ot
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Proper Weight Shift


Means BalanceBy our most prized possession!

PAUL J. SCODELLERPro shin Is achieved, balance will ,
Navy-Marln' G.C. Honolulu follow automatically.
Written for Neutftaturei'" Being a club professional Is

Many of my lesson are with not as glamorous, perhaps, as PLACE THEM IN CAPABLE HANDS
beginning totntrs. They seem W being a tournament professional,
hate the biggest problem with but It ran be just as rewarding
w.lcht.lhlftlne and balanre Perhaps not as financially so,
throughout the swing but rewarding In many other
This Is due to the natural Instinct ways-such as watching someone .
of the beginner to hit you have taught Improve his
hard from the top of the bark- game, or noting one of your ,r '
swing. This causes the swing to members delight In a new set of a X fy I !
get on an "itslde line coming clubs you selected for him.
back Into the ball and leaves There are many things that go rbi
the weight on the right leg during Into making a successful club i
the downswing professional, but I believe the A I
I have had a great deal of most Important thing Is the EMOLEE
success on weight-shifting by ability to know and understandeach _
having my pupils keep the left member as an Individual. ir iih
heel very close to the ground on
m ,
Laurette Moncsko JRM vwi a
the bickrwlng! and starting thei 4'
downswing with a rolling motionto Wins Round Robin Wfst
BEFORE WEIGHT SHIFT Paul Scodeller Honolulu
the left, of the left knee, so .
Tennis TournamentLaurette golf pro, gives pupil Jenny Drane proper position before s.
that the knee Is In a flexed position tf
Her left heel the
durlnelmpart. Moncsko won the Recreation downswing practically slays on
recent ground as the flexes her left knee.
This assures the proper weight Department'
round. robin tennis tournament'for -
shift to the left side, where It f
must be before the club reachesthe Director women Julius enrolled Lesser's in Recreation advanced I ,Baseb9 II Standings: I
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hitting area, and tends to alleviate women's classes.
the urge to swing from The winner picked up a totalof National
Leaguew. American LeagueW.
the top. Once the proper weight during 18 points the competition out of a possible among 28 L. Pet. G.B.PhUa'ph1a L. Prt. G.B. BARRETTMy M
18 10 643 Chicago 15 9 .625 -
Barbara
eight entrants Devoe ,
,, San Fran. 19 II .6335t. New York 16 10 613 -
also had 18 points, but lost a
f t. Louis 19 13 .594 1 Cleveland 18 11 .593 Vt __
playoff match with the winner.
I ]Pittsburgh 17 14 .548 2'i Baltimore 17 12 .586 Vi
Miss DeVoe was a relative new.
(Cincinnati 16 14 .533 3 Minnesota 16 14 .533 2 ffta'v.
comer to the advanced class,having '
]Milwaukee 16 13 .516 3V4 Detroit 14 15 .483 3'/i
just moved from the begin .
iiIi ners' ranks. up I Los[ Angeles 14 19 .424 6'''a Los Angeles 13 18 .419 5V
Tied for third with 17 points I Houston 14 20 .412 7 Boston 12 17 .414 S'/i' k
each In the tournament were Judy :Chicago 11 16 .407 /} Washington 14 20 .412 6 h +.
Chlrgwin and Mlm Berman. Sew York 10 22 .313 10 Kansas City 11 18 .379 6'aMondd
Monday's Results
New York 4, San Francisco: 2 >'s Result
STORE OWNERS! Philadelphia 4, Houston 0 Detroit 7, Washington 6 '
NCAA To GrantScholarships Only game scheduled ":'
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SAVE MONEY BY Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles 2
Only games scheduled i. '
LEASING Today's Games Today's Games ,_,'". .
Pittsburgh at Houston, N Minnesota at New York, N .I iH
LOW COST GAS For AthletesKANSAS
Chicago at Et Louis, N Los Angeles at Boston, N "
AIR CONDITIONING CITY (AP) The Philadelphia at San Francis. Kansas City at Baltimore, N
Detroit at Washington, N
C::0, NNew
National Athletic As
Collegiate
IMIM4 *f 1 Imam* capital
...... York at Los Angeles, N Cleveland at Chicago, N
J 101 0 1M'" .tr c..IH social Ion said today It will con. 1
I or .*,.Mn, ,.ur .M will tribute $35,000 from its football Milwaukee at Cincinnati, N
SASS o iww TIOPIOAS foe- television Income to establish a Wednesday's Games Wednesday's Games
toy ImMM ,a olr cmdlfmwr. ... of and Pittsburgh at Houston, N Detroit at Washington, N
postgraduate
program Interest In The School
malntoliwd. ...... fullyMmlMrf professional study for outstanding Chicago at St. Louis, N Kansas City at Baltimore, N System HereIn
ol til Him Uw scholar.athletes.The Philadelphia at San FranciscoNew Minnesota at New York
.>today" ,.,_$. A..mlaw.nl Los Angeles at Boston, N
York at Los Angeles, N
.... billy 1..11.4 Itt award plan, first ever
.... undertaken by the NCAA was Milwaukee at Cincinnati, N Only games scheduledRead
"'" duel 4. Cell .
TIOnOAS for hill ...,.,-HOII approved by the association's :;" ::: : :' ; : :: : ':" : :: ::: '' Collier County Is No Sudden Whim
MCI. executive committee at Its San.! .i '''
the Want'I' A'
Francisco The plan meeting calls for April awarding 18. :: : : s.I I

,32 one->'ear,.$,1,000 '. ,. ." .. I, ,, l.
standing seniors of r u.'J.: wi."t ; '
NCAA member
r : have participated
NAe { and basketball. The.rantstoout.1 ElectB. b

penses.will pay for I HAVE. .


M. "Bill SENTELL


Trailwaystreats

COUNTY COMMSSIONERDistrict Been active in a speech therapy program.


you like No. 3 Been active in an eye-screening program.


Spent 3 years as a volunteer teacher with the band.
'companymaybe TO THE VOTERSOF


( betterl I) COLLIER COUNTY: Been a member of the PTA 10 years ((3 years before our


i\; first child entered school). '

iHsj" I appreciate very much the substantial lead thevoter
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R.ct. Since the> lead was very substantial, I

believe that the people of Collier County have

a AS A MOTHER, I know the great influence of our schools upon our
accepted my (dealt of government and my
children. *

platform. ..

I urge my supporter to continue their efforts

through the next runoff election to be held on AS A FORMER TEACHER, I know (the challenge of imparting the right

'rlc the 26th day of May, 1964. influence in the classroom.AS .

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WE CANNOT AFFORD TO LET DOWN AT

1t'110 nice to go Trailwaysl Our highly.trained travel THIS POINT. A CIVIC LEADER, I know the importance of proper and adequate
experts bend over backwards to answer your questions education in every facet of life today.
courteously, completely. Help you select the most
Smooth out detail so enjoy a
scenic routes. every you "
happy trip on America's mot modern buses. A Proven Public Servant"


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JACKIONVILLI $1.45
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I TIIrtI DALLAS..,.,... .... J..aoo.sar.vq.r1 $35.60 EMOLEE BARRETTcandidate
CH'CAGO .__.$37.05T1InI B. M. "Bill SENTELL
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I TRAMWAYS BUS STATION
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1 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday May 1!, 1984 Richard L. Cox, now. and we cuckoo keeps them hopping with .
hope for a long time, resid- his tremendous appetite. He I.
ing at 808 Broad Court South. fJMtO", rufiJf.NATURE Is constantly chirping, begging,
Following The Mr, and Mrs. Henry Caenner gaping for more food. The hag- 1
from St. Pete are giving us gard parents respond by reflex
a good look-over with possibilities GALBy I action to his food appeals.
of change of base. We I For 20 days,die young cuckoo
Duplicate ClubBY sure hope so. Mr. and Mrs. keeps up his demands while he SUPPORTERSof
: TO THE
James Walker are now permanent Anna UButllU BWM grows larger and larger, often
C J. McMURRY stepped in the breech. He gave residents at 414 15th Ave- becoming twice the size of his
It may be Just a coincidence, sterling evidence that members nue South. Mr. and Mrs.Fran- pseudo mother and father.
of the Bridge Club are willing cis Brown hall from Lincoln, Many die because the parentsare
time in
but I have the feeling that one Spring Europe Is a surprisingly like the via'rims'
of die capable announcers on and able to perform beyondthe R.I. beautiful sight Puffs of white This curious mimicry, not capable of bringing in
WNOG.-perhaps accidentallyread call of duty. Such duty Friday, May 22, at 7:30 p.m. fruit trees cover the land, dark of course, helps assure acceptance enough food for these unwanted
the Naples Duplicate normally Is only to play the Is the next opportunity to enjoya forests lighten with new green- of the stranre ess. giants. By September, all the
Bridge Club column last boards to the best of one's ability same/ with the club. As ery. In an the trees, song Scientists have found that the cuckoos young and old, leave Leo R. ChickeringYour
Tuesday lie announced a record Dan had never directed usual the Woman's Club Is the birds sing vigorously as they average female lays 5 to 7eggs Europe and England and mi-
to be played as "seren before but there were numerous location. search for mates, build theirnests twice each summer with a maxi- grate to Asia and India once
dipity". comments that no more orderly and defend territories. mum of 25 possible. One Is more.
On the other hand possibly session or has properly occurred.conducted I Only one species sounds lazy laid every 48 hours, and requires During their life span, candidate ran a fine dignified
1 am exhibiting a touch of van- and relaxed the Cuckoo. only 10 seconds to actually cuckoos do some good by eating -
ity In ao stating. He mightbe During my recent trlptoGer appear. If the hen cuckoo many Insects, but this Is race in the Democratic Primary of
a devotee of Jack Past THE PLAYA many, I went walking In woods picks a ground nest, she will offset by their parasitism upon
who brought the word to my total of 48 players (12 near the Rhine River Throughout sneak down, take out one egg smaller birds In the United
knowledge a week earlier. tables) was a very satisfactory the long, warm afternoon, with her bill, lay her own and States, the black-billed and May 5.Since .
I have proof that at leasta attendance. They contended mellow, languorous notes of a with the stolen goods yellow-billed cuckoos are not
few people read the column. with 22 boards for an averageof cuckoo wafted through the beech which she eats. If the chosen parasites, but raise their own I now have his wholehearted
One telephone call to Mrs. Mac 110 points.NorthSouth. At x, and pine forest. This widely- nest Is high In a tree, she young single-handed usually.
In my absence queried as to the had close mat- traveled bird had just arriv- may place her egg Inside with Other members of the Cuckoo support in the runoff election for
meaning of the Latin phrase In ches for top honors with Mr. ed from southern Africa Indiaor bee bill, or cling to the trunk family also behave decently,
It. He did not leave his name, and Mrs. Earle Davies coming perhaps south China where while laying It Into the hole. Ue. the magpies, roadrunnersand I the post of County Commissioner,
out qn top at 133. The
which perhaps was fortunate for the species winters. During ants
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me In that I had mislaid my Louis Grahams and Mr. and April the Cuckoo will fly up UP AND AROUND District Three on May 26 may I
notes--which also meant the Mrs. F.rancls Brown tied tor to Europe and the British IsLes Cuckoo eggs hatch early MORI THAM 'Al' otr)
knowledge of Latin I possessed. second at 131; Mrs. Harold going as far north as Fin- which gives them an advantageover FLORIDA TOIRISTS WILL
Another member of the club Weed and Mrs. Gertrude Waite land and the Arctic Circle other babies. As soon as RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISITIGREET please have yours.
raised the question with me personally fourth 122, just beating out Wherever it goes the cuckooIs the young crawls out of Its shell
stating he could Inter- Bruce Boynton-Stuart Kosters r mobbed by smaller birds who a sensitive spot on the back Sincerely,,
pret all but one word of the 121. Sixth place found the MaI I'I f'E. resent Its Intrusions, yet year touches off a reflex to push
phrase. thlas Dernards squeezing by the after year It will return to the solid .objects out of the nest,
James Walkers 113-1/2 to 113. same spot. The female sets, Remaining eggs, chicks, shells
AMEN! Mrs.BertaTurner-EarlOgdenjust up a terrttory, fights other are thrown out, even thoughthe Wm. H. 'Bill'
There Is one more such failed to match averageby hens and pays court to two or baby may still be blind. fanning
phrase which I feel Is quite half a point.EastWest three males. After mating, the The parents never seem to notice 18&
appropriate to spring on the saw Mr.and Mrs. female starts watching for another this outrageous piracy. As
reader at this time. It Is "ex Henry Gaertner battle Mr. bird's next In which she "King of the Nest," the little aasa.ro.s aaaal caaansa wawasm.rae
nl hl-lo nl hll fit". To avoid and Mrs. Dick Cox to a tie ,]I can lay her eggs. Cuckoos are
puzzling anybody. 1 may say for first at 133; the Harry notoriously Idle birds, actIng '
It's translation Is) "from nothing Peters a nice game, for third, like parIS Ites on other spec- In accordance with the provision of Section 101.20, Flerlda Statutes The Board of Cevety
nothing Lt made." Pro- 12312. They topped the Ar- SIZE I TRY 0 U T Th'l ies. Commissioners of Collier County, Florida, publish the following SAMPLE BALLOT.
bably quite appropriate Insofar thur Holms by two points for It not a lease for a moats
as I lam concerned.Last that position. Fifth were Mrs. eomtdy. Its Just Mrs Barbara FOSTER PARENTS
week's phrase is trans June Haschka Mrs. William Romtr ,In a Rhode stand store There are over 300 different REPUBLICAN
lated 'according to what Is just Franklin, a good game at 119, buying clothes for her husband birds which are parasitizedby
and good". It certainly Is appropriate with sixth pos It Ion going to Mrs. she says h* dulikai (hopping.MM cuckoos;60 In England alone,
In describing what Joyce Tenney Mrs, Harry 120 in Europe. Usually, the OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT
happened last Friday.In Liner at 116-1/2. Above aver- IBM hedge'sparrow' redstart, great
the absence of Carte rHar- age also were the Sam Leadersat I RENEW W1RDRIVER'S c ., reed warbler and meadow pipit
rail club director and Vic 11312. LICENSE L are the most popular foster >- MAY 26, 1964
Pennywltt president and assistant Very good new guest attendance DURING YOUR parents chosen by the
director Dan Burglund Indeed. Mr. and Mrs. \ BIRTH MONTH cuckoos. Often their eggs look "-- COLLIER COUNTY

PRECINCT NO. ......
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PREFERENCE PRIMARY BALLOT

i OPEN LETTER ...I Place an (X) In the circle at the top of

tatttaoU the column of the group of delegates for

A.. whom you wish to vote.

::1' :IE CandidatesII
WITH NO PREFERENCE
TO ALL VOTERS IN COLLIER COUNTY For PresidentI '"

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DELEGATES-T-LARGE

THE SCHOOL BOARD IS THE MOST IMPORTANTJOB WILLIAM D. PAWLEY

t I. Organizing Chairman

COUNTY GOVERNMENT !
IN OUR WILLIAM D. PAWLEY

facilities for the education of TOM FAIRFIELD BROWNG.
Members are wholly responsible for providing
our children. HAROLD ALEXANDER
BASIL M. LaVERGNE

They have complete control over school buildings and equipment, with an in- WILLIAM T. WAKEMAN

vestment of over 5 million dollars of taxpayers' money, which could very well in- MARY ELLEN YOUNG
create to 7 or 8 million by the end of the upcoming four year term.
MAY L. HARWOOD

They spend over 3 million dollara of our tax money each year. This could THELMA T. FISCHER

increase from 31/ to 4 million by the end of the upcoming four year term. HELENE M. MORRIS
JANET H. SHOWALTER

They appoint the Superintendent of Schoola.
DISTRICT DELEGATES

They have final control over hiring the teachera who will be working with our Sixth Congreuloiul District

children. FRED J. ACKEL

VIRGINIA KANE ENGSTROM
Our school system ia BIG business and requires the services of a person with ,

business background and experience.To Candidates

all the people who voted and worked for me in the May 5th election, please PreferringBARRY

accept my sincere thank I am still the same candidate, running on my qualifica GOLDWATU
Lions and record of proven ability. I am not running for or against any individualor For PresidentDELEGATESAT4AROI.


group.THF FACT THAT YOU PUT ME IN FIRST PLACE IN EVERY PRECINCTIN o

THE NAPLES AREA AND IMMOKALEE MAKES ME VERY HUMBLE AND

GRATEFUL r


( I extend to ALL of you an invitation to join my host of other friends in givingme WILLIAM C. (BILL) CRAMER

your ,vote and support in the runoff election on Tueaday, May 26, 1964. Organizing Chairman

Jf elected I will be the only member on ths new board with the combined WILLIAM C. (BILL) CRAMER

business background and actual experience in the building of schoola. I can talk ROBERT H. ELROD
with architecta in their own language EDGAR L KIEFER
ALBERT ROBERTS '..;,
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I pledge to you I will use sound aober judgment in working for better educa JAMES WEHRLE
tion for every child in Collier County. FRANCES C. SALMON
OPAL A. SHELTON
Again many, many thanks!
--f3 ftt EVELYNE GREENE
"\ I II MARQUITA M. MAYTAG I

EMILY M. BOYLSTON

ELECT DISTRICT DELEGATESSixth

Congreaaional District

J. HERBERT BURKE
LES WHITAKERCandidate
RUTH W. THOMASTo


vote for a person whoa name ia printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) la UM square at the RIGHT ef tka acre
For School Board Dist. No. 2 of the person for whom you drain to vote.

Democratic Runoff Election, Tuesday, May 26, 1964 NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN NATIONAL COMMJTTEfWOMAN

(Vote for One) (Vote for One)

THE CANDIDATE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE
WILLIAM C. (BILL) CRAMER III HELENE M. MORRIS

(P..d Politic! Advert.samsntr
ALBERT ROBERTS FRANCES C. SALMON
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Tuesday, May I', 1944 COLLIER COUNTT NEWS f
Ts1' .xPANAMA'S School Board Immediately following
atjo Member Snyder proposed thata
(Continued from pace 1) salary committee be appointed had Just tabled the proposal he Toll Road Revenue
ted closely with teachers none to study salaries for another had drawn along this line.
Utah's' School of us Is a salary expert nor year, He suggested that Rogers thought the appoint Near Record High
boardmembers.admlnlstratlvepersonnel ment of a salary committee TALLAHASSEE AP to.
have the advice of experts u ( )- -
County School Board yes lay and ought to please the teachers. come and traffic at state-optr
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) the does our superintendent persons
Most at authorized the purchase classroom teachers be appointed ated toll roads and bridges re.
hh4sr1.o.000"IMC refuse too Rogers countered with a
faced,, If: oMibie ;C6lirl racts. T3 movable fans at a cost R point that better education must to the committee. He included malned at near.record level
last month, the State Road De.
IfI' planned to stay off their They $1,995. Ingram Hardware be produced by action of the a suggestion that any f partment reported.
| again today to decide the of Gov. the successful bidder. board and "across-the-board expense accrued by the committee fJtSPARKS.: It said that 4.727,420 vehicle
move in their effort to .Ran,administrative as
get more be the board.
raises win not do a. We'll used the II toll facllltlM,second
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more money for education The that Sea agree
let pointed out better education Reynolds to appoint ( in and that
get only by Incentive highest history, rev.
all
Virtually; public school re. Clyde's win open next fall u an such Tc
raises a committee. GIANT FOREST enue was $852,998, third higheston
inained open, as Monday, when
the two day teachen"protestYialkout committee school and It "Who Is In the best position A proposed Incentive pay plan #WIRES record.It .
iwganand, the*.Stata legislative every classroom In to know you or the submitted by Reynolds was GROWl
of 'gdueatlotf :sought .* emergency other school buildings superintendent Chlckerlng tabled following agreement that Pa,. T. A*> rtJU!
toard order to keep teacher allan for have a fan. asked. a salary committee be appoint
from prolonging the The said a survey of the num- ed.
walkout. action of fans and classrooms In v LET'S VOTE Rogers however,sought discussion : '-=
The order'would prevent Utah neighboring county revealed that 72 new) "What do you want, a rub on his previous proposal "" <
:ducatlon Association officials out the I| will fill the need. Most ber Itampboard?"'Rogers asked that teachers be paid a ; (it <
rom; "encouraging'teafhers or 'content the fans will go to Bethune, "Let's don't argue," he stipend of $250 for summer
ither personnel to breach their walkout by and the Junior High ---- --- said and called for the vote school but was checked by Reynolds ;:0-- S' .
.Jetl
ontracts to
or strike
hit East '
againsthe St PRESIDENT
In Naples. { '
the ,pointing out that the bardistr.rrrrr.r..rrr.rrr
on motion. .
state or of Its school .
any The a e e Panamanian government candidate .
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llstrlcts." dent othercomracts let.Ingram Marco A. Robles has .
Judge Joseph G. Jeppson of' where been elected of :
rd District Court'took the re. signs was given an order Panama, but nosed-out president Ar- I : ):<:
a half ton truck. The bid FOR THE NEXT 2 WEEKS ONLY! I. 'i't
nest under advisement. the UEA" nulfo Arias, t w I c e-elected. I ,. .
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The UEA planned a statewide Clyde 1593. In the sale of t w I c e.deposed ex-president / ..-.- .. fI.J. .,. ..
for 1951 used busses, one I I .
neetlng teachers at the "Every charges "fraud," calls on the I REPEAT ::. .. ;
tate 'Fairgrounds'in Salt Lake that to Naples Salvage at $231. / ,I
can people to support his claimof I I t -. ,, #
:ity.The don't lose another to Jim's Texaco. victory il? :t. .}.'l li'j./
teachers were Jo discuss He was Springs; at $201.50. and BLANKET .t .
>t a mass- meeting today pro. "er third Jerry's Autopsies : '"lJ .r :
losals that Included prolonging school.yolurQe ','at $31.97. The three Trial Of Texan ..'.. 7A:1 '\.

high: bidden on the used_ 1 "
-mu- m -- n Who Spit On Adlai ..
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change order, authorizing /
of rubberized car DALLAS, Tex (AP) Testimony !- I Reg. S2 Value) '. : Is to begin today In what
In the Sea 1 In Florida.
Gate
means Jowjer library In
the Judge calls an "out of theordinary" .
pr3eree'i ,are now la' 63 :2.5154"n of tile, was approved by aggravated assault :
board. The cost of cov trial of Robert E. llatfleld, 22, 1I CLEANED
volume dealer. You 1,570 square feet of space Involved In a demonstration 2 $155 after a swim beer is a natural

will save here I $ reported e at e$1,218.a fall.The against AdlaI E. Stevenson last I FORWRAPPED II ,

of seven addi young salesman was ac, I On a hut umiimcr dose, a dip i in a ''tIl.lltrulII| can be wonderAiUy
'63 teachers was approved by cused of spitting on Stevenson, IN PLASTIC rcfresiling. Equally refreshing when xou're relaxing afterwards
board. They Included: Ho- United Nations ambassador, I \ 4- W. Scherman Naples Se- during an appearance last at. I a I around that ends; nn hit you J>> for fun ss much u beer.
$ High; Edith B. Stone. Na 24 charge, but of Is being tried on a Camping, hiking! ,or just lounging: on a law n t"hair-Iter brings to
Junior High; George W. ing policeman spitting L. R.on and Larson.resist NAPLES LAUNDRY each |lUst the right touch of extra gixxl li\'ing.

Beverly M. Prlnjle'! The officer and several other Your familiar glam of \beer is stun! a plra'urable reminder that
60 Shirley M. Sanders. Im- policemen were on hand when 1 w C In c in a land of J'fl'lolnal! frecdom-aiul that our I fight to enjoy
Elementary; Anne S. about 100 demonstrators surged beer and ale, if uc MI desire, in just one, but an i in important one, of
and M. Diane Marquis, about Stevenson after a speech : & DRY CLEANERS : those)personal(freedom
$ Elementary Nell- here. The ambassador was
Mann was appointed secre struck with a placard I la Florida...beer goes with fun with relaxation
at Naples Senior High and 1095 Fifth Ave So Ml 23435p..r..rrr.rrrrrrrr @I
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UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION,INC.rasoitu .
61 C. Klsercustodlanat Na- Don't Be A Litterbug .1 WIII1IIAII,r1AAanA
Senior High
accepted in-
$ those from Horace H. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 101.20. FLORIDA STATUTES THE BOARD OF

and Genevieve S. Elder, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA PUBLISH THE FOLLOWING SAMPLE BALLOT.
Elementary; and
f '
) BILL MORTON 59 C. Fether and Idral 1..

Sales Manager 4-door: teachers at Immokalee DEMOCRATIC

PHONE ONE OF OUR $ F. Burns, teacher will at \\

friendly salesmenTomPeele at the Elementary end of the school OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT
Lauren Blue, '60 ,

Dick Donelson, or Elton G. Howell teacher at C
Davidson. They'll Naples Junior High School ) f MAY 26, 1964
$ been transferred to the Na
be pleased to serve Senior High School. Other wO
( COLLIER COUNTY
you I nsfers Included: John J. a ;. ...... '" M
62 from Immokalee Ele _'. .

COLLIER to Lake Park; Ter- PRECINCT NO__
I K, Weed from Lake Park
$ Immokalee Elementary To vote for a person whose name Is printed on the ballot mark a cross U( ) In the square at the RIGHT of the name

COUNTY M. Hortln Norlne of the person for whom you desire to vote -
'57 Turner, and Marilyn S.
from Lake Puke
4-door Gate; Dorothy M. Sa- OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL
MOTORS and Nancy S. Dlffenbaugh STATE PREFERENCE PRIMARY BALLOT NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN
I $ Shadowlawn to Sea Gate.
Governor Place an (X) In the circle at the top of (Vote for One)

6SO Temiaml Trail, No. MI Carefully And Live the column of the group of delegates for
(Vote for One)
whom you wish to vote. RICHARD D. BARKER

you move up I I 'l HAYDON BURNS CandidatesPreferring A. G. (AU BRODERSON
F"l

to better 1 ROBERT KING HIGH NAPOLEON B. BROWARD
LYNDON B. JOHNSON

living e Y COUNTY For PresidentDELEGATESAT4ARG JOE CARRIN

GROVER CLEVELAND
Member, Board of County Commissioner O
JIM FAIR
District No. 3
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(Vote for one) JAMES JIMMY JAMES
WARREN M. GOODRICH
JOHN J. KENNEDY
WM. H. "Bill" HENNING Organizing Chairmen
S. 1. KILGORE
B. M. SENTELL FARRIS BRYANT
rwith SPESSARD L. HOLLAND BILL McCOY

GEORGE A. SMATHERS
Member, Board of County Commissioners
TOM ADAMS J. B. RODGERS, JR.

District No S JAMES W. KYNES
UIOn ROOSEVELT
(Vote for one) THOMAS D. BAILEY
DOYLE E. CONNER REX SWEAT

RAY E. GREEN

WILLIAM H. "PeteH DOUB_ J. EDWIN LARSON LEON WHITEHURST JR.

WARREN M. GOODRICH
EWell F. "P H MOORE
appy
WALTER O. GIBSON, JR.
NATIONAL COMMITTEEWOMAN
RICHARD A. PETTIGREW

Member, Board of Public Instruction ROBERT E. KNOWlES (Vote for One)

District No. 2 LAWTON M. CHILES JR.

ROBERT M. MORGAN ANNETTE BAKER
(Vote for one) JAMES JIMMY JAMES

ALICE McMAHON ANN' M. CRAMER

S. BARRETT FAE B. OWLES
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tEMOIEE t- NANCY W EVANS
aflameless electric LES WHITAKER ANN SPEARS STOVER

_ _ ANN M. CRAMER CATHERINE C. McCALL

RANGE and WATER HEATER NYLAH BELL
MRS. JOHN P. KING
A flameleae electric rang eliminate pot. And with a auper-faat super-aate electric JULIET J. MARSHAK
watching and make cooking a Joy, not water heater you're always sure of
a chore. Keep your kitchen many decree plenty of hot water-instantly! Flame- MILDRED M. FELLER
cooler. Walls ceilings and furniah- free fume-free and noiaelea for precious MRS. ROBERT WILLIAMSMRS.
ins stay cleaner 10\1:....... If* easier and peace of mind. Need no flue,so it can be J. T. ROSE, JR. .
safer too. .no flame, no fume, no conlafely tucked away anywhere. Entirely.ranL.bumin
pilot light Get an electric automatic-and beat of aU, it coat I*** MISS LOUISE E. PICKLE ,*, < ...-......
range for a happy change! to buy, (CM to uae. MARY K. PARRISH ,: '

For Ikt EUetne Kanf you'U mutt, nttt your appliance dialer and far At ",AIM ,I CATHERINE W, WILLIFORD
and ttyU of Water Hater, in your dialer,plumtuif or rltctrtcal: contractor. I-!- CATHERINE C. McCAlL
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: ENTER PILLSBURY'S GRAND NATIONAL ELECTRIC BAKE.OFF : j v. .II ... # JUDY WEISSENBORN .....

: I official entry blanks( available at your favorite grocery store : "; .'
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of these traits It is importantto
I me now and in the future to
BY SAM ENGLAND Jim Willis be a member of a school whose
Naples Senior High School record for high honor is out stand
;held an assembly this past week Ing. Only by constant and voluntary
for the purpose of installing I Takes Over effort on my part can Naples
Senior High School attain a post,
1964-65 officers of the Student
tlon of unexcelled reputation
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Council.It As PresidentBy which I seek.
Is the consensus of the stu
JIM WILLIS "In order to further my per.lonal
'dents, faculty and visitors it Mr position as an individualof
Woodrufffacultystudents
will not soon}be forgotten. and fellow officers It Is with high honor and in order to
There were speeches of Inspiration treat pleasure pride and humil make my school outstanding In
... a farewell ad ity that I am addressing you today every respect I shall do my
dress...an acceptance speech.. I must admit that it is still best to abide by the followingcode
presentation of gifts m and an t with surprise that I find myself : and to cooperate with my
important announcement. as your newly elected president. ; fellow students and teachers in
Each incoming officer was i1(4 I have realized in the past two furthering this code.
installed Individually with brief months that it will be hard for us
and words. to follow the foot steps of the CODE
appropriate past administration. "1. I will at all times treat
The speakers referred -
frequently fellow students in the
I always knew Barbara was truly my same
to Jesus Christ and Cod, interested and active in her manner I expect them to treat
reverently and with sincerity. me, showing full respect for their
school but it wasn't until I had
Following the installation of the opportunity of attending the "I WILL FAITHFULLY discharge the duties of property and rights
the office rs,young Tommy P ro- Florida Association of Student my office," Jim Willis (r) repeated after Miss "2. I will Intelligently follow the
venzano asked for the bless- Councils with her, that I real. Barbara Easterly as he was installed presidentof leadership of all properly elected
ing of God upon the new council NEW STUDENT COUNCIL' officers installed at the ceremonies, from left iced Just what kind of a leader the High School Student Council for 1964-65. student officers and abide by such
and its work in the year seated, included Jim Willis, president Tom Bernard, vice president; Jill she la. She displayed qualities of decisions as they have been em
ahead. No one questioned the Woikinjrci. secretary Ray Kilers, treasurer; Sharon Cowles, historian ; and intelligence comprehension, alertness powered to make by the will of the

constitutionality of the prayer. Tommy I'io\eniano, chaplain. Standing from left are : Jerry Maseda, precision and congeniality majority r
Those present with bowed speak. and the installing officers standing\ behind new officers each individual as chairman of the committeeon "3. I will respect the authority
of the and the administration
faculty
heads Joined with the leader. seated in office, Barbara Easterly, Michelle Moreau, Cathy Schriver fact successful that she was meet chosen InCl.The chairman very and expect them, in turn, to

Linda Uhlich, and Anne Nichols. (NEWS photo) among all the schools in respect the student and his desire '

WIN ORATIONS Florida Is indeed a great tribute to be taught properly.
Jerry Maseda spoke Inspirationally to her and Naples High "4. I will make every effort
The applause began 'Farewell. .God Bless You'BY School. tt. to protect my school propertyand

Slowly Increased in volume During the year the Student maintain its appearance for
and ended in a standing ova- being elected I was sent to the school work had to be done. Council under Barbara has been I am aware of the fact that my
BARBARA EASTERLY
Instrumental in school is frequently judged by Us
to
But like all unpleasant bringing you
Florida Association of Student
tion.Outgoing Farewell: a word that must and the of
many educational and enlighten appearance appearance
President Barbara dreams these did not last.
Councils workshop in Tallahassee. -
be, ing programs You will recall the surrounding grounds.
,> Easterly told of "her dream"In and hath been It was there that I They were quickly forgottenwhen Dr. Hart from the University of ":5. I will neither give nor,
a farewell address. The applause A sound which makes us lingers really began to feel a part of something did go right. Florida the Ohio State String receive aid before, during or
immediately developedinto something mighty and strong, Like when ourschool was praised Quartet, the St. John's River after a test or examination. I
a standing ovation that was yet farewell. something that made me want to in the paper for our constitution Junior College choir. These are ..t will make sure that all work sub.
sincere and long. These words of Lord Byronin come back home and do some- assembly when a council all new programs which Bar. mUted is my own honest effort In
Spectators were seen swallowing 'Childe Harolde' must be thing worthwhile. My heart's : meeting was successful bara has Introduced this year. every respect.
!I lumps In their throats words But 1 desire has been fulfilled I when the council members from She has addressed many civic "6. I will do my best to do
and timidly wiping away tears. my too. pauseto couldn't wait to begin workingon our school proved to be lead- organizations with poise. As am. my own homework at all times,
ask the question. Was it a
aye for I realize that homework Is
Again the applause reached ers at the state convention. bassadress teas time aftertime .sIN a
dream Was It real No It the next years plans.
brought honor to us and has means for me to learn. Any
the standing ovation when These were the dreams from
stage wasn't a dream It was a livIng Alfred Lord Tennyson saidIn always left a refreshing Impress. help I seek in accomplishing my
1964-65 Student Council Presi- which 1 neverwanted to awaken.
reality and the memory his poem Ulysses: "1 ama ion of our student body with allot school work assignments will be
dent Jim Willis surprised Miss will last ... it will linger on. part of all that I have met." My dream Included you students her associates for the purpose of increasingmy
Easterly by announcing she had From Naples New Orleans, Never have truer words been your well being your Yes, our Student Council under understanding and will Include
been named "Student-of-the- from Daytona to Miami, from spoken. From association with wishes, your plans. The dream Barbara's leadership has worked i neither copying from another
month" for at the school.I will live on because It is fostered student's work
May north to south east to west you students. 1 have learned to tremendously for us this year nor having anyone.
I as representative of Na- appreciate the worth and dig- by still another dream.. and has brought state.wlde honor else do my work for me.
A LITTLE BIRDA your of the individual. Because a vision when all men shall and respect to our school. The ---- "7. I will do my best at all
A little bird flew into the ples High School 1 have traveled of nity trust I have learned live as brothers respectingthe service, determination and loyalty APPRECIATION for a job well done Michelle times outside of school to act in
this year. Midnight rides your of the council will be Inspiration from such a manner that only honor
auditorium and struggled to because of cooperation rights and responsibilities an Moreau presents Miss Easterly with a gift
I wrlttendur- humility your
on trains speeches to us and with will be reflected on my home and I
get out. It was during the time and help have I learned of each individual, when men your students and council members. "
ing homeroom typing letter at and on my school.
support cooperation we can
incoming President Jim Willis shall develop their highest potential -
1 a.m., falling asleep In class... confidence because of your make 64-65 an equally memor.
.was making his acceptance these experiences seem like a cheerful attitude I have learn- when they shall be motivated able year
speech. There was light laughter. and by human compassionand
dream now. ed real satisfaction In living
It seemed to break'for It all began one day at the be. serving. From my close association concern. Puts
|a moment the serious demeanor ginning of last year when Paul with Mrs. Roan and The world needs people who Assembly Speaker

I of the group assembled. Schryver came to me and askedif Mr. Mortland our wonderful dream idealistically It needs
Jim Willis continued..; after had Mr.Woodruff, and the people to translate dreams
I I ever considered run sponsors;
being so rudely interrupted" ning for Student Council presi- faculty I have learned respectand into action. Thomas Edlsonhad Accent On Leadership"We
Ithere was additional light laugh- dent. I had considered It, but grat'tude. a dream... we have the electric -
ter. But quickly the serious Since 1 thought I didn't have a John Donne said "No man 1 law light bulb. Jonas Salk had
tenor of the assembly was re- ; i drearru.we now have vaccine had a difficult time deciding -
chance, I had put in in the back an Island. Certainly In our LOYALTY. The a DaglanceI
sumed. of my mind to rest. The endeavor no man can live unto against polio. The Wright upon a speaker for this to ones beliefs, and the allegiance -
year
I Faculty Student Council Co- passed quickly and the time himself or work by himself. It brothers had a dream.nwe can assembly because we wanteda tr the oaths ef let'
|sponsor Robert Mortland was for Student Council electionswas has to be a Joint affair and that's now fly faster than the speedof good one,yet we wanted some- government 'I pledge allegiance
..asked to present the proposedcode close at hand. Paul's words what this experience has been. sound. John Fitzgerald Ken- one whom you would enjoy hear to the Flag of the United "
of honor the council had kept haunting me and I decided Without the other officers the nedy had a dream...he died before ing. Someone brilliantly came States of America...'are words
|drawn. His appearance was the to run. 1 really had a bet- council sponsors,principal and It was fulfilled. You and up with Jerry and he was our each of us say each morning.
Blast Item on the agenda. ter chance than 1 thought It faculty, nothing could have been I can fulfill his dream.BROTHERHOOD unanimous choice. The boys PERSERVERANCEt The

i "Following what we have was like a dream, no one else: accomplished admire him and the girls love willingness to continue on the
"
seen and heard said Mort- OF MEN
him. of
was running and 1 won path your undertakings no
!land. "It appears a fining ell- TilE LOW TIMES 1 hope that like the Apostle "Jerry is council presidentof matter what. If you believe in
Imax would be for us to stand ATTENDS WORKSHOP The dream was blurred and Paul I can say today .1 have a school large enough to what you are doing just keep
.and quietly leave the auditorIum Almost Immediately after Indistinct at times. Times fought a good fight I have finished compare with our whole city. trying; one day your wish, goal
." when I had to work under pressure my course, I have kept Miami Senior High has over and prayer will come true.
E lie presented the proposed auditorium," announced Jim moments of frustrations the faith. But this will not be SURPRISE and more honors for Miss Barbara 4.000 students I have had the There Is a saying 'annult

& ode and keeping In step with Willis assuming his duties as when 1 thought that our hard the end of my dream nor of Easterly, as new Student Council President Jim pleasure of working with Jerryat coeptls which means He,(God)
Bthe previous responses of stu the new Student Council pre- work had been abandoned and yours. As we find our placeson Willis announces to the student body that she State Student Council conventions has favored our undertakings
the code was adopted sident. "ThU: concludes our forgotten times when 1 knew college campuses, in bus- had been chosen student-of-the-month for May and workshops and also LEADERSHIP This trait Is

Bin a standing vote program." that we could not accomplishall iness, in the professions, let as president of Student Council one of the hardest to find Ina
g "There is lobe a senior class: Underclassmen and faculty we had planned and the us continue to make the dream Some distant day the wheels will, My dream of Student Council District 6. Jerry Is a fine person or organization for
meeting Immediately! In the filed out quietly. agonizing realization that no come: true, the dream of one falter and the silent sun will will live on. I wish to thank boy and does an excellent jobat to be a successful leader YOU

matter how strongly I felt brotherhood of man. see the last beam leveled to you for sharing this dream anything he attempts. Will must first be a successful fol-
. So COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, May 19. 19(4 about Student Council some Only the dream will last... decay and all men's futile with me. you welcome him" so spoke lower.
clangor spent and done... yet I cannot find a truer word Barbara Easterly In introducing
after brick and steel and Nor fonder to address you the assembly speaker. MONEY LIMITED

"FLOOR" ALARMERWE are gone and flesh and stone No song or poem 1 ever heardIs What makes a good leader?
E IT'S A are dust*, the dream lives on. nobler than God Bless you.'We're Once a speaker asked the same

BY JERRY MASEDAMr. question and a boy raised his
NEED THE ROOM ON OUR SHOWROOM FLOOR FOR NEW MERCHANDISE Woodruff faculty, and hand and said "money."

fellow students It Is Indeed an But as you have seen by the
SQ-0-0 WE'RE SMOKIN' OUT THESE BARGAINS AT UNHEARD OF PRICESI! Petrified'"Before honor and a thrill to be ableto results of the past state primary -

speak at first Installation a candidate
( -' AT THESE PRICES your spent over
': I ?w: ._ .New SIUS of Student Council officers $1/2 million and lost out But

: ="" s", It'. SALE ENDS we begin the installation part of our this morning. one who spent a fraction of that
,
/ Ia Y.Yw :2:Ue. When Barbara phoned me and came In second.
: ; .'CD.DU' -= NO FALSE ALARM MAY 29th program, let me say a few words of truth. We asked If I would like to speakto This example shows that a
__ 6c?
are petrified This is the first time in the historyof the student body of Naples person possessing all of the
1 O Ml eeY TYNINI .
.. NYeINfll
r :: ;.. .S Free Bud Vases VlDMTvLef- S30 ... Naples Senior High School that the Student Senior High School I was taken characteristics which I have
N H w1 YYIfIHNIM 441/6 by surprise. When I gained just mentioned can reach his
.IIT. Council officers have been installed In front of
1 .1NItN .MrIY N.e/0 s.s To The ladUil AMP. ? nw Now$4tOOW control of my faculties. I ask- goal no matter how high he
N M M NO. (KM!Ml \. the student We feel that the people
body.
t I.Nin.sefuNU Yr TV ... 'n HOW S7t tl you, ed Barbara if she knew who sets this goaL
s"I
.., mY-NO. who elected these officers should witness their she was talking to. Then Bar- Jesus Christ was a great

installation We hope that this will be the first bara told me that she wanteda leader and he did not have
student to speak and I was money.
1 of such occasions"Barbara
many chosen. I believe that the officers
Easterly thus signalled the opening of I would like to express the whom you have chosen as your

the Installation ceremonies. gratitude of District 6, which leaders for the coming year
Naples Senior High Is an active will fulfill all their duties to
member for being the host the utmost I also believe that
,
P Antoine Ir 'rf > \ school of thf 64-65 District 6 these new leaders will go beyond

i stANof {. .,> < Student Courcll Fall Convention their duties and seek new,
E USED All schools are looking bigger and better frontiers for
/
v
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FISHER! ,
STEREO AM IL PRICE v, \ forward to a In the
E R.a.94&e0NOW 5660 sa IIi Owp HI.FI & spending day you students to profit by.
E t Naples and I know they will This organization known as
Records SRTEECROERO / "\i.\ be Impressed with your warm the Student Council is your
PILOTSUREU404 Color
S Red 141.60 NOW $467 u hospitality.! voice In school matters. The
E TV DUliNG THIS PLAYERS There are six words enbos- Student Council officers are

@ SAUl sed on the Florida Association your voice to the faculty, but
PILOT STEREO 301 $298 ren from $24 of Student Council seal which I these officers need your opin-
I ReaS39.60NOw 42995 OIANCOPMPILOT feel each and every one of you ions and suggestions

PRICE Multiplexer pcJ should know and take the wordsas I would like to thank Naples

I STEREO XKE 1000 guides to self betterment. High School for this opportunity
Rea,19960NOWMOTOR01 $159 $12.95 SINCERITY The state of being to speak this morning. It

r unaffected In an your endeavors has been a pleasure speakingto
1 STEREO SK Ul being an honest and such a wonderful and alert
R".ZIUINOW ... $207 candid person. i
R V audience.
.J INITIATIVEt The ability to
MOTOROLA PORTAILC STEREO originate; a person who possesses
Pee I* It NOW... ................. 659A initiative Is willing to 75 Teachers Out

suggest Ideas good and bad; a
person with this one characte r- When Levy Fails

J'flom ". PhoM M! 2-4422 his istle Is one church who cares and about VANCOUVER. Wash. (AP) _
country organ A packed hearing was told Mono
tt 742 ization. day night that 75 teachers front
OMN HONESTYi One must be honest the Vancouver school district
.... .... .IIDAY MITII 5th AVI. So. BATTERED SHOREA p.ct.t.r de,.. th. first with Cod then him are being dismissed because vat.
Stern, which send hug wavti crtthing, (gn ut Ortgen ih,rt self; and next with the peopleof ers in the area defeated a $1.3.
"ear Cees ..". war? ,.plod .Is .pray asd d..c" the ..... the world million levy proposal twice.I .
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4ro 12 Mile RailroadOut
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One of the nation's smallest

railroads. 12 miles long-Is ,lot,

tog down because of pipeline and

n trurk romr>eltllon.


jpHIRE' b engines The 1Int6 I which employes has and two assets diesel

p pp, seM, 1i !! j' estimated at $237,751, connects

i ,,1MB eastern Oklahoma town toa

Kansas, Oklahoma 4 Gulf
Railroad junction. The little line

Midway 2-2107 4 { was one of the few that operat.

ed at a profit during the depression

years It was built In Ul8

to serve two oil reflnerles.Acousticon .
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a a t 2 Since
40 57 Houses For Sale i+ ,
1-Announcements -Autos Repairs a Parts 4 1902Hearing
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PLAZA BEAUTY SALON .Three MOORINGS bedrooms,DELIGHT 2 ONLY IIL'MANThe I A.K:, seems to be gelling Dam site, Khiushchex talks ( left ) while ;aide poursa
bath
U2 E. Temleml" Trail LOOK HERE! tral heat and air conditioning can I to o\iet Premier Nikita Khiushche70, or at cold drink,, lie gazes at the glass (center) and Aids

Midway 2.66723BoatsMotors Carpeting throughout encept 2 least its heat During the Aswan then relieve
Wondering where to bedrooms Complate kitchen In is. speech at stops everything to his parched throat.
go
eluding I disposal; and shvtash: 1243 llth St. No., Naples
Acces. With your cir problems ... Nice screened porch Paved Phone MI 2-5368

Factory Finish Paint Jobs acapad driveway Phone, aodded MI lawn 2.4104 land aftar PUBLIC NOTICEIN The deficit arises becausedol If No Answer
BOAT BROKERAGE Wrecks Rebuilt, I PM. Outflow Of Dollars
4/2ftl U.S.
lars sent abroad for foreign Call EY'IIInn 5 10 P.M.
LISTINGS URGENTLY Tuneupa Th... bedroom screened lanaiand THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURTIN grants and loans, rmlliar bases .
NEEDEDI! Front and alignment.. lovely landscaping enclosed AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY
Bob Martin, MI t.3757 Motor Overhaul with a sturdy cyclone fence are FLORIDAIN I travel, Investments and to
Bunk.Smlh Chru.Craft Sail Transmiss' rebuilt among "many features of this, PftOBATf pay for Imports exceed the dol
111.11 LubricationBrakes 1 bedroom home on City water 'IN RE ESTATE OF Due To Start lars returned In patmenl for exports ,
and sewer In Lake Park, Only GEORGE B. SHUMAN Up AgainD fVtILUFF
20' Flare runabout with 100 hp.Int.rnptor
I : $13950 Terms" available. Call Deceased Investments l<> foreigner
and Elton eutdrlva
Built In Flbergleas tank. bilia Polish, ft Wan owner, MI 24521 before LooP NOTICE TO CREDITORS here, and ields on Amerli Investments .

pump and many" other ext,... Don't look any further M. GEORGE All craditors B SHUMAN of ..... eotot diseased* of SAM \\VSON -The tourist gejson Is starting abroad.

Leas. than 300 Noun runningSims. See are hereby not,I,ad and reoii>od AP luisim's News AnaljstVW ProSlwruus| American <-III. Government sjiendlng' abroad CMC INC.
Excellent condition. I27M
Phon. MI 24343 or MI 22622 Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. 58-Lots For Sale to fie, any claims. or demands \ORK (AP The out. rent are expected| to s|>t>mJ reconl gets much of the publicity But

Boston Whalar. II HP. Johnson 110 tth St.. N. MI 5105 PORT ROYAL Lot22. Galleon .' which, the they office have of the against County said Judge es'olen of now ..t I American dollars Is due sums abrod11lhis summer there are other kinds of out Trucks Parts

BRUNK.SMITH Chris Craft. Naples. Fla, Drive For Sale or Trade Collier County Florida ,n lha Co 'rtIIaul. to ,ilk up aft:.iln. It barpi3, A ImluMiUl) production flowing doll.iis. -Service -

1/17.19.20 Write Roed O Darien J. Herbert, Conn 2620 Post calendar' o at Naples months Fiona from ,Ike within dale sis a'. to""pd| | l the retuin flow from plika up here, and as Amerl. American tourists 1.151.ltolr TEMPORARY

36 toot Wilbur Stortar Cabin, 41 -Trucks Tractors Coquina Sands large lot, Finest the first publics!'on of this notice abroid In the first three months cans upt-rul, l more for consumer spent about $1.6 billion more
Cruiser' launch Novambar" location 15000, Owner, Midway Each claim or demand must b. in of the ear. This was the best goods both domestic and for abroad than foielgners gent| LOCATION
1960. Twin III Grays. alaapa
4. has bud galley. dinatta. 61 162 2 International' Harvester B 2 6394 1/16.lot ol writing reidenn, end must end Post state Offco the, place.d. shoving since the third quarter elgn, Imimrts' seem sure to In. here. The deflt Is expected' to 421 Ninth SI N.
ton .
lea boa. outniftrt and ship to LUFF GMC cab.and INC.chassis 421 9th 11250 St. dress 01 the claimant. and "must b. of 1957 when the, Suez Canal rrl crease While U.S. exports increase thlsjeir. ,

ahora City Dock.Can For ba information seen. ,Naples call N. Temporary| location.Sl3.tths 59-Acreage sworn' 10 to by by the the claimant. claimant and. mustsworn hit sis gave U.S. t'X1"1l'tl| a big ternxirar douMless will continue to top

MI 21690 11.17.11 ...nl or hit attornay or It will | > boost.In Imixitti bj a good margin, the;
11799 00 for a brand new GMC 10 acne on tmmokales Rd. w become void accord,n to law April the unfavorable will narrow y
pickup truck Sure thara a mile N. of Gold.n Oat Estates /Jacqueline Louise Shuman gap cap Now 2 lootloni T. Serve You
13-Help Want. Female elmmick to It. You have top.y ".000. Bill Loach, Realtor. 651 Administratrix of tha Ettata of between Incoming dollars and -Outflow of t'.S. Investment
S35(I state tax and buy a 5th Ave So. MI 1151. B ,,
George Shuman" Dacaatad outgoing ones widened again. funds picked up again In April. ,
I license, tag. Immediate dollvery 1/15.17.11 May 12, 19. 21, June 2, 1964 SI4J NAPLES SHOPPING CENTER
Secretary for law offco., young. LUFF GMC. INC. 421 'thSt. -. --- The prospects are for an Increasing They had poured back into the t
good typ"at Enparqulrad not re. N. Temporary" loc.llon.IIJ -- -- -- spread to keep the deflclt United States In March possibly IN THE MOOR1NG8
MI 14200RECEPTIONIST' 1/17,11 .lth.Jt 61-Income Property IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF In U.S. International finances so that corporations could meet IIUIIESatAf MI' MS17

44-Mobile Homes Islander Apartmanls" Close to' THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND an Irksome problem. Income lax payments due I
SOME TYPING DAYS 1640 beach and shopping, Owner III, FOR COLLIER COUNTY, The reasons March 15. It wan this Inflow of
HOURS CALL MI 1613S IN CHANCERY
good terma Marlowe and Beck
1/17.3t Trailer with cabana and arc) Realtors: 413 tth Ave, So, Ml Case No. 20 0 The farm exports that earnings on foreign Investmentsthat
pert for. Ml or aala. Nice, location 25221 |/6,sttf ALICE P LUTRINGER. DANSER helped trim the balance of payments got much of the credit for NMSi'CKWIK
24155 or 2 2792. Plaintiff,
14-Help Wanted Mile 3l7.tI YI deficit In early 1964 are cutting the seasonally! adjusted

Rent or sale: trailer. 'lot, fuT 65-Gen. Real Estate MOTEL NAPLES 'INC. likely to slow down The barrt deficit\ In the balance of pay.
Wanted Male for short order ly furnished 135 dn., J35 a Florida Corporation
a ers that other nitlons Impose nllonls to $130 million In the flrslqllarl..r
c.0k.dnhwashr. Apply In par month Lass than II.100. Midway / WATERFRONT Motel 4 Dafandant CHEK SHOPPING rENTER Ml 1-ellT
25146 units NOTICE OF SUIT against American farm products of 1964.
L'I..lt.Ru.lI. Naples 1/12.11
aon .
Shopping Canter. S#1S.tf all plus 2.b.doam. 2 beth homo" To: MOTEL NAPLES, INC. are as likely to be raised as
completely furnished Make A Florida Corporation l. . . . . . . . .
an appointment to see this prop 250 9th Street South lowered, Judging by rumblings
16-Help Available 45-Trailers For Rent erty tod.y.COMMERC''L. Na Ie. Florida' from the European Common 1 II
You are h..by nathOd i thai1"a
Trillars 5a week, with, TV lot 100' I 150 Market.
R T.M. car. of eider)ly pao Complaint of Foreclose a Mortgage 1
.N'I in my home, WV 22(6)sint, 110 a week Spaces 15 a week on Second Ave North lust ofHighway / has bun brought against. you In the
) ;ont. Sprmia Rock Creek Trailer Park. pointmant' *41 Shown by ap above styled nun. foraciota that 1 1
4/28tf recorded In 0 R Book
Available. after. July 1st ra See Naples South and Modal I S2 mortgage, pages 441150. Public Records Wood, Barkau 1 rWilliam
tired U. S Navy Veteran 20 Homes" on Dlsplsy of Collier County, Florida. affactini
yean active duty White, male. 48-Apts. For Rent FOR RENT the following described raal and Take Special
age 43 Electronic technician LAKE PARK Nice I.bedroom property, situate. lying and H. "Pete" Doub
licanaad by U. S. Virgin, 1.I.nd.Gov.nm.nt btm
Nicely furnished. 2 bdrm. I 2 beth house Ic.n.dpoch. in the County of Collier, St.1ILot
'
electrician and O'F'O CourseJohn
aa
.
d to wit: Realty
bath apt, North per large utility room and
Chief Engineer, on Florida I. lass that pert In the 1
Slumber mo Phone First Real carport Near schools and shopping 1
.V. Installation, I'.ldSup.lnl.nd.nt
Northeast corner as described In R. Wood and Alvin W.
Estate Mart MI 26161 yearly rental
.
ConstructionChief deed to the 51.1. 01 Florida recorded 1
5tH.5t 1
Engineer' Textile ProcessIng Remember" to rent. buy or I In 0 R. 21, a 330. and Barkau are attending a special
Plant Desire relocate to Sabal Shores Apts. .II" contact Lots 2, 3, 6, 1 n.I, and the )real estate appraisal course 1 1
Naples with family Reply AIRMAIL Lucille Otto Leeh Brown North 21 fiat of Lot ,. and Loll
O Boo 1361. St. Thomas. YEAR ROUND LIVING Virgil Marcum. Bob J..... II. 12, 13, 14, IS tnd It of st the University of Florida 1s
U. I. Virgin "land. lI..t ref..rences Modern, one bedroom and af Block II Tier I, of the TOWN Haven Hammer executive se- 1

5'17 St cable ficiancy In i Apts Monthly. furnished) or yes TV -DEWEY POLLY"r I 4 OF ple'f.NAPLES..accord-Je(now..City Ue-1 ypf levieodmap Na ""firttarr '-pf> file Naples*Oq*the .. ,. . ;

23-Misc. For Sale round.race. Ave MI 2.4175. Kelly1 Rr. and tfI REALTY"Corner .>,ar replaf .!..a''"anioni thara 7jW l Board 6f Realtors announ- I'.
!/! recorded In
: --- : oas the same la '
) Uaad golf Club.. top grade. vary bdrm furnished apts Near of lat Ave Uo. 4 Plat Book I, page St, of the Pub ed''esterday. your 1
I reasonable Call Midway 1.4747. beoch and shopping Weekly, Temlaml Trail, r lie. Records of Colliar CountyFlorida : The two-week course began 1
.20tl MI 24351. : ALSO
t/ISI72 monthly or year around Mid
-- May 17th and continues
'ay 1-304. -- That part othe cloud allay through
2 breakfast tables with JlIl.tf
Ufhol. which, abuts LOll I to a. Inclu
,
stored chairs. I droplet. Ownar larga furnished. aliiclency tiva the North 21 ftot of Lot 7. May 29th. County Commissioner
J tension Hoover Upright Sweep Air condo StonecraftApis and Lot II. In said, Block II Wood currently Is servliighls
or with attachments See at 435 I MI 24185 or MI 2.2792. Notice To Tier I, described aa follows: Com. 1 1i
Orchid Drive. 1/12.3t Northwest Corner second term as president of the
'Modern- I bedroom unfurnish. menctng at the
I ed APARTMENT with com of Lot I, aa above described Naples-on-the-Culf Doard of
24-Mies. For Rent pl.t. kitchen, Near beach and PoliticalCandidates thanca run Southerly' 220 teat lint Realtors. Barkau Is a partner i DISTRICT 5 i
I shopping 395 .Ih Ave. So Ml along the Westerly boundary 4 i.
FOR better cleaning, to keep 23393 4/25tf of Loa I to I Inclusive. and the In one of the oldest real
North 21 flit of Lot 1. thence run 1 1
..
Blue Lus
colors gleaming u 070-500-5100 Westerly 7Vt faat on a projac estate firms In Naples Watkins *
Ire carpet cleaner. Rent electric Furs I bdrm apts, Efflciancies lion of the Southerly boundarylint &
shampooar $I. Naples Furniture TV, Air Condo 745 4th of the North 21 fiat oLot Darkau.
Company /li Avo So MIJM5I2. t/t.tfEfficiencies All political dvfrtisfmfnts 7. th.nci run North and parallel 1
to tha Westerly boundary line
Personal Day, Weak, or for Sundij's NEWS must be of Lots I and 7 a distance of 50 1 1
New
Month, (IRIS MOTELI, MI fiat thence run Witttrly 7* CorporationGets
22302 or MI 2.1151."unl.hotd In the mwipaper office by sal to the North aast corner of t I
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS opt for rent 115 per Friday, not later than Lot 32 In laid Block II, Tiar I. Charter In ,r
Men or women wi'h" drinking 4pm.For ti ;;)
week Inquire el 1405 Creech thence run Northerly 170 fiat 1 I
problems" : Ask for help by calling weekday ad.
publication
Rd. 4121.tf across allay and along Easterly x
MI 2.4351.. Meetings Visitors In cordiallywelcomed First rnishad. 1 bedroom apart vertning- top must be placedby boundary line, of Lot II to thoNorth..1 Collier County 1 { r I 1I

Baptist Church Annex on IthSt ....nt. Huge living ,room k,ten. 4 p.m. the day prior to tenor of Lot II, and < '
thence 11 fiat
run Etttarly ta LAMASbCE: Secretary ..:, IfJ
at 7th Ave every Tues and den and balh MI 2.3691 229,14bedroom .
insertion. Thy li
an absolute the point of ,'I
Frlfnight at I' 30 PM lurmshines of State Tom Adams today ;
2 furnishad cimcy'pt. deadline and it ii All of the furmtura.
RUBBER STAMPS that makea No pets or child reiMl MI centrally fixtures appliancea! toolt and announced the chartering :
I good Impression Any..... ,z,3317 0' I 25989 4/1t' to the advantage of the advertiser equipment' contamad la ,... ....;.;. .
One.day service, Collier County to place the Ad ai logs located en the ._. t* 01 the following corporation '
News 'f scribed and utad. m .... < '
premises 49 Houses For Rent early possible to that full Corporation 4' .
is oparation of Motel Naples. Naples, '
Offered attention can li given to each Florida according, to the Invintoryaichangad Dryers, 1'.0.oj( 798, Naples 1 ... 1;+ 7,
33-Services 675 8th Avenue, Southf"n..hed advertisement. between the peruse on Collier County authorized 1.,4
this data 1f{
Summer Hours five rooms homoclose -It ia a state advertising law You are notified ta serve a copy stock; 90 shares of common of 1 I

Monday 00 to through 1:341: PM.FridayI : In, adults only. 1110 00 that all political advertising of on your the ittormyt answer or for ether the Plaintiff III..d'1I. no par value, filed May 81964. .. i I
Closed Saturday 1:00: P.M. month Call: Ml 2 57455Htf be paid in advance mint the CONDON t McDANIEL addressed dealing In real estate and personal -

Vies Shoo Repair triplicate check forms as authoriied to than at Suite 7. Batch Building, .
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6/l0,1W Naples, Florida. and to file tha property. licorporatorst
GOING ON VACATIONS under Florida |Ututei. 1 II
original antwar ar other pleadingIn William M. Sharp, Fort My-
ROOM COTTAGE -SLEEr>SI Special positioning of the office of tha Clark of the
38-Autos For Sale ers Beach; Julius Lesser Naples
ALL ELECTRIC KITCHEN Circuit Court of Collie County,
Adi will not be sold and
AVAILABLE BY WEEKOR all Florida. add resod to tha Collier : Earl L. Fryer Naples;
1957 Chevrolet 4 dr. sedan V I. MONTH IN NORTH CARO Adi will be given the same County Courthouta, lee. 1 I
automatic $17500. MI 22141 LIMA 1700 FT, ELEVATION: I ireful attention. Florida. on or before rl'un.r|9Motharwita : filed byGeorge Vega,J r.,BalchBldg
axt 350 1/17.1' CALL Ml 26117_. 5/10 thi allegations of laid. ., Naples. .
P,. 1 'bdrm, turn, dream :. 1 I II Complaint will ba token at con.
St.1957, Ford P,. br Station. radio Wagon ht,. See loch rosin 11.5 gins slides fasted by you and a Dacru Pro 1 A PROVEN RECORD OF ACCOMPLISHMENT :
Canfatto will bi entertd
at Ills Osprey Ave MI 25444. .Obrs Lading I to lerga ecn.ned for the slid damindad against SIKESTON. Mo. (AP) 1 -
porch Lov.ly beth with ", nk.n you
8/17,31 tile tub Near new Sea Gate Dated thin IlIh day of May 1464 Western Young told point re
1154 Oldsmobilo Super II 2 dr. School Ml 2.JIM 4/U.tf MARGARET T SCOTT, i enlly that someone Hole a 1 if

tlcally Automatic new radio Goodyear, heater lifetime Proc" 'T"i>iri : house lurn..h"d.. t.1I (CLERK Clark SEAL) pair of .hon from hi. home. TWcck 1 I

I guarantee t..... Mechanically, M 1 ( 2.3191 ONtr I: II pm. By: INEZ MAOILL later the thief returned
sound M2.3411./ 611,55under 1/31 tf r-11. Deputy Clark 1 i I
One and two bedroom houses CONDON 4 McDANIEL I left the th'>es fUll alolen ind I
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U1U Power windows, irdH.rdtop.H saata. Factory furnished City water. near Attornayl for Plaintiff took another pair.PUBLIC 1 0 I
Low mile, Trail and school Three to 30Aoh Suite, 1. Bitch Building. ,
air conditioning I
choose from Raasonabla rates Naplat Florida 1 1
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412'.11 a. MI 24104 .fter From $55 to 165 per mo MI r ,I i. May 19. 2*. lung I. t. KM *I49 NOTICE
24009 H. W. Welkins 1/17.tf > 1 ri
1957 .rcury 4 doo' hardtop
Power. Very buy. ase.lLM Vary attractive Brookside way LEGAL NOTICE I
Condition. 1m 00 Cash Mtn tarfront home Unfurnished. I Notice la hereby given that on the 21th doer of May IH4 at 130 I II mt
Avenue, Naples Park, MI 2 7201 bdrma. 2 baths Includes range. the City: Hall in the City of Niplaa, County of Calliar State of i Don't Revert the
5/U2021 drapes, and boat dock with florid Tao Sala Certifcatat, will. w accor "nca with Section 1114 ol to Do-Nothing II
other features you will like the City Charter, bo told on the fo'lowino described; tots and parcala.
of 'land in tha amount of the D-it d". installment and accruad nearest 1
Practically new unfurnished I on special. awaatmant for San tarn Sawar Improvamanta assessed is
bdrm, 2 bathe Brookeida home accordance with ortcla 11 01 the C's'. Charte and conl"med "y rasa Administrations of Yesteryear!
Eoorlrc; THEN orERr Nicety' located arier. 1st,oas number .27 a .21 TII. amounts dip are herein. set appesite : I
the same tae"her with .n casts 01 Ouch pale and advertisement
Phone First Floods Real Estate

3y homo Mart Ml 2.MI 3473"J 21161 or model? D.IC"pton A"m" NORIOINAL : FOR CONTINUED PROGRESS :

Spacious 2 I R fv s Bath with PLAT 0. IIIA'LEI. O"n.r A.5..1m.M
largo acreenad porch at 1241 PLAT BOOK I. PAGE 1 and Casts
Embassy. Lane, |100 per month
I E M of ter 14 a aft of Ids I' Ble 141. T. I John W. Bauer lilt 74III : REPEAT WITH "PETE" :
WILLIAM I STONE. INC 4. .111 U a U S ".. 40' oW. 113' o4IM
M Tenth St No MI 26731 11. Ilk 11 T I. Emily M Craig 503
5/IStf RIDGE LANE PLAT lOOK 3. PAGE U. I 1
Lot I'. Block 4. Ridge Eases Ralph A. Bostick 22014 .
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51-Wanted To Rent I'. 24. 1964 .141
e May I 1

0 One bedroom furniahad. homer CALL THE I ELECT 1
cottage ...t yearly lease MI NEWS FOR

22141 a.l:_350 .5/11,19.21 I RUBBER STAMPS 1 1

Elderly, couple' wins to lease

VOU'll FIND SOME GOOD modern within Napes fu,". city home limits or duplei Phone. TO AFRICA 1 HenryL -a-nj V.,',. Inhone's !

Dick Richardson. Ml I I.... 9aad with WILLIAM H. "Pete" DOUB
SELECTIONS IN THE CLASSifiED I/lUf T Keren, a career foreign o-w WHY RISK 'EM ?

NEWSPAPERTO WANT TO RENTunfurniahod service oftcer, is the new
SECTION OF THIS LLSTATEAuto
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2 or I bedroom. furnished 'I' United State. ambassador t. NO RISK 'EM 1
BUY OR m. on Ion,.. Beach the Republic of the Congo Hey Insurance

NEWSPAPER ADVERTISINGIS for August menthe Write of Jane perticulera July and and a native af New Jersey CALL NOW FOil M.T..e : COUNTY COMMISSIONER :

price .. Naples P. O In 96755Stores see or pHeneK CXJ f.r suvfufNORISK

YOUR BEST BET. FROM I LESPARKS. .rr Cr Jig* i

a Office f.:1t SEARS-NAI ESA District 5 e

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CHEMICAL CO.
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9610 No I Sad way Cetera :t
WNSEIHIK' unoing Ml M par M". Isle IrdM 1 .
all S.. Watkina Barkau, 603 GIANT FOREST 'Ter.. COMPANy .. .IR.1 MONTH GUARANTEE (Paid Political AdvartlaamonO.

_TN MONTH YOUR o 0'-all 4/1Uf Awe So. Ml 2.y.....- ft.W'F1RES GROWl! 'O.IeItt.--.....ewsHes.fgy.._.._ MI 2-4148 i. . . . . . .. . .



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12 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tiieds, Ma7 It, 199"Gt 1 Ramon Esplno one of 48 ret- if the time Is not ripe. Likewise The Youth Conservation Camp Chamber Members main dining room. The menu
Claim Cuba ogees arriving from Cttm over Obttorrm Mmoyo, who has no opens JWM 14 and continue wW fexuro prime ribs of beef
the weekend said "InvMton litters timetable, would judge the situation through August IS for six Looking AheadTo with sQ the trimmings. A
i have mad the Communist by facts, rather than on session* of summer. (training In large crowd Is anticipated
I desperatp.'t! the basis of emotion. Yet I nature study, camping, fishing Annual Meet The Chamber of Commercehas
On Wartime Wldef&wd arrests of Cubans would not say that attacks either hunting archery firearms Chamber of Commerce officers Its
annual
adopted
suspectw! :of anti Castro leanIngs today or tomorrow are out safety and marksmanship, swim largest
and members
were reported b>>>' exile of the question.' ft log and boating. are getting budget In history $50.209, for
ready for the annual meeting the Details of
sources Complete Information on the coming year.
Basis NowMIAMI "It appears to be somethinglike Conservation CampTo Youth Conservation Camp and May 28 of the Greater Naples this budget will be reported at
the situation which preyed application} for reservationsmay Chamber of Commerce.At the annual meeting. It Includes:
Fl.i. 'AP)-Refugees ed the Ba} of Pigs Invasion of Open June 14 be obtained by writing the this meeting, the "Out spending $21,365 for advertising
from, ( ubi> ..Jthe country Is April 1961," said an antl-Castro Fishermen who would make Youth Conservation Camp, Game standing Citizen" award, sponsored and promotion of the com-
on a virtual wartime emergency' folder quoting underground fishing companions of their and fresh Water Fish Com. by The News, will be munity.
basis be> ause an exile group announced source children will be Interested In the mission, Ocala i, presented. Also to be revealed -
i lans to be fighting on The reports led to speculation training program at the Florlda' Is the chamber's program of
Cuban sijil Wednesday among refugees that new attacks Youth ConMrvatlonCampoperaU whatewrlntr* actionwhat It plans to do GLUTTONS FOR PANCAKESST.
Exiles arriving here from on the Cuban regime, expected PFTERSBURQ. Fla. (AP)
ed b> the Game and Fresh Watet during the coming year.
Prime Minister Fidel Castro's today or W dnesi1a\\ 14 -Uheni akery St. Petersburg
Fish Commission In the Goal 5 Principal speaker at the pan< in '
Communist dictatorship Mid might be postponed National Forest. V c&1 n9y meeting will be Dr. hung out the "all you ran
t, hlghwajs in Cuba were jammedwith Manuel Ray, leader of one Open for bo>'.and jlrlsbetueen George cat" Kign, 13 student it North
troop ram Ing (trucks, anti.Castro action group recent1 the ages of 10 and 16.the Florida Baughman president of New east High School rent, into
tanks and ..annon. heading Into 1 h' disappeared from his headquarters Youth Conservation Camp IN College In Sarasota New educational training. They skipped lunch.
mountain and coastal areas. In San Juan P.R., and more than a summer vacation: concepts will be employed Then they visited the restaurant
The Castro the said Elo Gutierrez Meno\o, a noted! at this college and
regime ) or an escape from ""pencils Dr. after school and ate a total of
apparentl!} Is taking even possible guerrilla fighter has faded books and teacher'dlrtlooks." Baughman will outline them and 350 punnkes for an average of
defensive measure against from sight here The camp Is a conservation ork. tell of the Impact his school just a IJih under 27 each Woody
nJ' raids such as that of last week One exile leader laid K.u 's shop designed to loach the line i will have on this area. Mitchel. Bob Meek, Fred Sat
when exile raiders burned a pledge to be fighting In Cults of natural resource i onservatlon The annual meeting beginning cut 11 and Jay Boyle Ito 30 each
iUi'amill In the eastern port before Ma) 20 would nut lead through In outdoor 1 Don Ticiler
partli ii'Utcn at p.m. May 26, will only ate 20. Me
of Pllon. him Into am foolhaid\. alt,,rk< he
activities said wasn't
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NAPLES SHOPPING CENTER MI 2-4522
BEGINNER'S LUCK Mrs. Marlene baba, of

Brockton Mass., picked up a fishing! rod for the

first Naples'time famous one day 1,000-foot last week pier and walked Picsto1 out This on Wash 14 Ibs. in one load!

handsome drum ht Mrs Saba's hook and she

brought it in like a veteran. Mrs. Saba who has
been staying with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fuller

Sperling Drive expects to start home today -
with this picture of her catch. ( McGrath photo) I1T1N1IaNoe

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The Governor's Race Automatic Washer


Dy THE ASSOCIATED PHI SS:, pulilli ofll.'o1'1'0/ "In the
Tim sct'iiu of Hori'l.i'' ,I' -. i I.if", lie.sl American Iradttlcm. He'luri'i'd
for the, IJ..mll'T.IIII pub"1'n itorl.iI Hums was alralJ to dc rna
nomination swltin|, lit "north 1 lade lilt shoe! I"It! meetings of
Florida. today .is tin two nnmil tits two lias rt'veuled Ills at
Blua" tub 01.n
rauII Lit N. w .1 |I'i p i i' tit l 1 iMtlli' It'mtd| to mislead the1Nopleof
.nII"
Crmimls.: floilda.
Ml.mil Mayor KoU-it KM* In thi broadcast; Burns said plenty of room
High uiid M.uoi 1I.1)llclII) Hums he oH| mi'il I fon.fil'' racial: Integra 11.lor 10 lull.till
of J.i<'ksimvlllo herded ninth lion and would use every legal thMt to turn
tutu Hums' lei i'lt<>n .iltor two fon<' to ii-Klst lmilmentatlon|>| of T Ii1FL I'k a' f .t ntlly elt.ft.t .
days of (wavy cumimlfniiiiR; In the I,iw, lint lie would not violate %
anti around I Hull's lame It.

Rriiiiiids.IVrtii Burns mild the $1.25 hourly 1. . . . . .
nun wore, lii'diiU',1 fur minimum wane proiioHed' for 9 e
90 inlniiti' tflcvlolmi' 111-Iwar" wiiikfm In Florida In the High ,:.
UIIICM tonight( on UI'CA, TV, ilalioim( would loud to romjilfteUiieiiiiiVliient > i
Cliannol 12, lit all '.II'tl to into / |>| iif Bonn- classes
clashes U'twi-cii the two men\ of HoikeiH.
were called off In Pimm.In Ito said llu>8i< would 1 lixlude. s Glint (f'Utorprawdti .
u nildiilRlit' 1'00Jllllmll4'.I"t, the 110111111.111'1".1| | eldi-rl and *!.!<
over WQAM In Miami." Hunt |11I1Irl HltK'ateil |"'ole| who art 0 :. O ins action lathe
Hahl| | ho i.micli'd nay further' now Jilc to turn HOIIII wages cleanest
fare til fit.,. |Klllll| ', tl'll'VlHlHl IIII' lliRli said (Burns was against with you eve
,t' hl'U.lllc'lI..t iiicvtlnifit with High the $1.25 nitnmum! wage be MW. Roundid ifititor inn MM
IKM.IUSO. ol' Hit "li'Miilt of MMUllllM r.msi- "f.ivnnil Interests suchas IMIOIRIG EII WIll on etothti.
*,' the ihiponi l.iiiiv.| | who ore
Burns said ..tin' |1'111>lli i .in mi h.IC..III.. him, o|>|Kse a minimum ,. J
diTht.iml Ills (lllKli. ) usiiit i'vi>i\ wane. I- . . . . .
Wl'oIl"I11| > hilt thl' pulilli wmiM 3i.&tij 3ItL.J! ,
look at mo IM a simpleton' l 11 I I
IH'rmltti'il, uiVHvlf tn IH 11",1| \ _
.imiuoiv." Realty Editors Big JI".llowMHo'
AWl U20 lint filter keeps
After loaniliiR of Hiirns ill'
( P5) 350 e
dslon, Illph in i'used, Ins upiNt| Given Tour Of Washes all the bed linen for a family of four in just rear. clothes
ni'iit of walking out mi thr "in-?' one load. You select the wash cycle that's right for li I t fras even
|ik'of Flnilili. the load regular gentle or soak. There are three will the bll'
lllill H.llil I ,I'llblU mil 11 Hit.it loll Golden GateIn NEW COLD-LOCK MAGNETIC wash water temperatures and two rinse water lilt IoId.

and ik'luti'H In i.indlilites roll with Connie DOOIS temperatures at your fingertips.
--- company The new Easy-Vu control panel makes wash
Mack Jr. and Paul ianborn, cycle selection quick and easy. Ask to see the
No Gubernatorial seven real estate editors visited DEEP HANDIDOK STORAGE Norge 14 today,
the Golden Gate office and

Candidate To Get were taken on a tour of the .. .. TWIN POrCELAIN CIISPEIS m \{( ,Y"fii ,t Yt\iMt ij ONLY
Golden Gate Estates development .
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:11 a.Y.A" seslvlcu POLICY

Herald SupportMIAMI Lynch,by project Gen.engineer.The Jung and. Joe f lUGGED, DEPENDABLE GOLDEN with trade ==. -M;;::, :lc7'I

(.\ )-Nonlioi 11'1Kill editors had previouslyspent mn[ COMPRESSOR .. :'.:.'/: :'r:''rlrn e, :'' h J: $
!: Mich mar 11.1\ "kilt |liirn" Coral .I: ,_ .aN.. r.,I lIc+ f_ _.. at L.. st..n.d I 9S
two days at Cape ...... ............ 219
Mill itet! an endoiMeimuil lot KOtf \ and concluded their trip by visiting .r.Natl.... '.11cy ......... I..... ..illN..I .
nor HOIII The Mniiu 111'1'.11,1. the home office In Mi- -'r. ui""d n _,.",ft w..NIw. 1ft1. _.
IMlltUHIH Ol' till' MOWS Included In the ..... .....-1... apoo..Ioft e .edIs. lot d..lY,
p.iper r.tri i led ill ediltiual tilled"Honda's program ..rarity ,. I..t'd Mes d.i I. d.. M
n v "I (JoW'lItll'1111'11 ." was thorough for briefing the Golden on com INO: : IG':' J I Golden Heart Refrigerators start at low at *I79** nN.. udnt, r.aart.NNI.d. .. KITH TRADE
\\ Na III, main \oti'i'n will tint) pany plans Gate rj R41ti w.. "' a;
lie iholi' 'for" 'KinernoiM itt program and a tour of the greater
flctilt" out." Naples area
Tho III'WIIl'oIllt'l'| ; iU>! ''i'ilnsl IlichJH Press representatives Included NORGE ELECTRIC RANGES ELECTRIC DRYER NORGE WASHER
".1 Miami man lm' haut' :
man of 1111 have aiii'itinii." Ralph Magee Toronto Telegram ERE -130'2 ERE-1304 AWE-1010
"I In all |nolkiliit\|| ,lituoiild ; Dill Mammons Cincinnati DEE-101O
lillnc .1 fiosli hitHve (ntlie |1".1|
Jack Ottawa
Inquirer Owens
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tit II ot Till.ill..mice. lie would\
Citizen Duane St. Clalr ) J.J
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ruik UM lout r.1
ol' I HHitl.r< Him; 'ZutTf
glsh status qua \U |1\\ nut. think Columbus Dispatch; Tom RiVy"> ,
however, tli.it lie is stroiich Boston Record American; Bobrennen.Cleveland
enough qiilivd| | \ to t tilt tin' ensuing Press: Carl ;:
\ 1i1..m."III'" wluorlal Mid.. Jensen Hartford Courant. ttsl3a
Tie fditorlal Mol hi m Pit 1111
!Major BUIIIH also II.IH an on
gaging ",,1'11<11I.1 lit\ slut| has pits LESSON E1NDERI
senses .t lot oil I"UII\I'ln.:. Hi* IK. a I ,ltl'\!' "I|RIM.S" ri I i t\n
door, 11. J.K'ksoin illf Hliott. 'Ik \l'..IIIIK., ; .li.mpi.' '''' '. .',. '''i".
has broil" ulininlstialUo *\\*?\. I Ks...ti, I'ct"p, d'It, 11i, -. I I", .
bent r. He noiiiii' hi nn h.nines I I I ii-lv" I .i"1 V ,n, I' I 0GENERAL
to T.ill!"ilussiv. Si.k I "I'MM- 11.1 I M I >
"Bul .i Bums .1,idmmitli t.moil. ,..., ."" III.' -'. 1 1I
*. fen would \IH. I'll'' "' upo.lwith |'' .,.. ," -I .' ''' '
polltl, ,I IS usinl. an., '' Jul, Iii P. LI-i

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FLY .. NAPLES

._ MIAMI FEATURES

BACKGUARD

New Year Round Daily Schedule GENERAL FEATURED Electric Clock with' 1 hour Timer CONTROLS. GENERAL FEATURES
Appliance Outlet Rotary Timer K"0b--120 Min.
NapUi To Miami IACKOUA 3 Heot Selections
7:45 A.M e t'A" Hjh /Nta.' I.cil..'" .Ith Sc,..../. WORKSURFAC Highlow CONTROLS
11130) A.M. 3.45P.M. D.ilft Element Center Medallions Dual/ Cycle Rotary Timer
e ...m "lt l*r Ttn..trclur* O..* C.nNlO .
Miami To Naples Inamoier light CABIN, OVEN, BROILER FluffContoured .Single Speed Full 12 Lb.Capacity .
9.00; A.M 2:15 P.M. S 00 P.M. .inns,,. s.t. Camel 9rdrh.. Full Width Storage Drawer Control Panel 3 Water Temp Selections
Porcelain Broiler Pan and Grill WASH RINSE
C eaeelion. and KfMr Worm Worm $1
NAPLES Y1Fe
AIRLINES
$148.88 Cold Cold
$178.88 $139.88
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Naples Airport ConrourM S Miami Airport Safety Spin
Off Balance load Reel Button
MIUU MB 4.5811 With Trade With Trade With Trade Contoured
City Ticket cffn Naples' T..H'- .re Control' Panel
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