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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
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Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: May 20, 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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WEDNESDAY MAY n, 1964 10 CENTS 10 PAGES 40th YEAR NUMBER 210

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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ,


SEOUL Korea (AP) $tu-
dents protesting tho Japan.
South Korea normalization talks Beach
Proposal$180,000It
clashed with police In demonstrations

day.About at Seoul and Tokyo to-

1,000 left-wing Japanese
students staged a sltdown and -
would cost the City In
ignored blasts from fire hosesafter
police halted their march the neighborhood of $180,000
toward the Foreign Mlnlatr). e to Insure public enjoyment of
Police In Seoul used tear ell .'et the beach north of Doctor Pus, ?
to disperse about 1,000 students officials of The Moorings Indi
from 10 universities In the capl cated at this morning's City
tal. More than SO students were Council meeting.No .
ar"'''asted. Police beat the stu. public beach access has 1 L
dents with fists and the Rile been proposed In the plat for :r.-= ,
dents threw rocks at the
police ,
The Moorings Vnit5whichwill 0 yfOR ,
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be the subject of a June 17

ADEN, Federation of South public hearing before Council.
Arabia (AP)-About 300 rebel The new unit Includes beach-
tribesmen have gathered In the : front land from Doctor Pus

Radfan hills, prompting British to the north city limits.
speculation that they may bedlacu..lne The Zoning and Planning
,
peace overtures to I' Board recommended that the
the government of the Federa. ,
'i' a 300-foot beachfronttract
City buy
than of South Arabia.
The British army went Into II stretching south from
action against the rebels three 1. : the city limits for use as a

weeks ago to secure the desert ''I 'i public beach park. This pro-

road linking Aden with Dhala to .; .. posal was suggested jointly by a+ r M''( '4+/ ?
the north. _.aAai..L.1LLUI.&...,. ,! ', -. -- '" the board and the developers at vi

DONNA REILLY has been named "Girl Athlete 1964" by the Delta Nu a meeting last week.

YOKOHAMA, Japan (APA Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Miss Reilly, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Councilman Francis Ford

Chinese cook on the American F. Reilly of Bonita Shores, is a 7th grade student at Naples Junior High asked Moorings president II. _-.. ,.. ..1"IIoII: __' ,.,-_,_
liner President Wilson and the Milton Link this morning to
School. and athletic attributes
"Outstanding sportsmanship" were
ability
Chinese owner of a Yokohamabar Indicate the possible cost If the NAMED "boy-and-girl-of-the-month" by the Exchange/ Club were Stanley
which the trophy for Miss Reilly. Mrs. Brandt Watson (r) presentedthe
have been arrested on won City decided to take up the Boynton (I) and Christine Campeau. Club President Vernon Sweet (r) hon-
of the
trophy in ceremonies held Monday evening during a meeting
charges of smuggling $830,000 Boners' recommendation. "It ored the students at a recent meeting of the club at the Beach Club Hotel I
worth of heroin Into Japan. chapter at the home of Mrs. Gerald Kelly 10th Avenue, North.
would be comparable to pre- (McGrath photo)
vious prices the City has paid
NEVFoul; DELHI. India (AP) for beach land for park purposes -

break' persons of shooting killed Monday In an nightin out. County GOP "Do,*' the you developer mean $600 responded or more I Get OK CouncilCity

dtlrs Kashmir trying were to gain Pakistani a position sol. a and front Link foot replied?" Ford asked\ Huge Signs From City I

within Indian army lines, an \In. affirmatively ""
dlan Defense Ministry spokes Group Raps The City Included $180,000 Council this morning ap. blocks to the north. The sign will Normal Congress Inn signs
man said toda1.Immokalee. Miy in the general obligation bond proved the erection ortwo Ulnat bt erected at the front entranceto stand 34 feet high, Richardson
Issue for buying' 150 feet on big" signs, one at the Old Cove the Old Cove, at the foot of' said. The extra slx.foot height)
,,9 of.tI".r. each side of Lowdflrmllk Park. Congress Inn, the other at Mi M Ninth Street South extended will help to make It visible from

Ballot FormThe ,Link said the City might pay ,Muj a. Trail traffic proceeds south on. the Four Corners, he explained
OnRogers' for me 300 feet of beach at The Old Cove sign measures Ninth Street until the Trail turns i Mrs Miller said the sign will
the limits by a 203 square feet and will stand east at Finn: Avenue South at the i I not have any flashing lights
official city
settlnf
Republican PrUmar ,..60 "Tdar though it will have "stars thd
p; List ?uA r a ? Ballot"as-printed'U'eaiK; *tH&a"tssutreferondmr In th feet.In the air. ThCUrtHgn Corners, .
twinkle.;
"" ordinance permlts/vlgns\ of'-
sing a stir among local Repub. November election\ no larger than 60 square feet STANDARD TYPE Councilman Francis Ford's
For Post Office llcans, and there is no hope for NO COMMENT in business tones, unless a ran "This Is a standard sign for motion to allow the sign was sc.
legal action before Tuesday's Later In the discussion Ma- lance Is granted by Council. Congress Inns," Installer Sam onded by Bob Combs, and it car.
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Washington, D.C.I Congress, election Archie Turner said he did Sign committee member Mrs Rldiardsvn told Council. lie and rled over the loud, dissenting
man Paul Rogers has requested oil, r According to Harry Green, yor Casey Miller, asked her opinionof Building Official Bert Plnkston "No" vote of Goodloe McDowell
the Post Office Department to .t chairman of the local committee not have anything to say about the Old Cove Congress Inn assured members that the big McDowell also voted against
for election of the Gold the proposed beach purchase"at
consider new postal facilitiesfor working sign, said "It's a great big sign, sign will withstand hurricane. allowing a 231.square.foot Texaco
Jensen Beach, Lehlgh Acres LklF water slate, the problems center this time." Council votedto and the Cove Is a great big build. force winds sign atop the M & M Marina's
around the of WilliamD.
and Immokalee on a top priority resignation acknowledge the coning Ing. A little sign on a big build. covered boat storage building
basis. Pawley, who headed the "nopreference board's recommendation, and Inc would look silly" Seize Guns Each letter of the Texaco signIs

"While much progress has of slate"Albert, and Roberts the app.ointment to the Item was tabled for future Lawyer G.E. Carroll, representing on a plastic panel four feet,
been made during the past few discussion. Old Cove developer| Ed. four Inches high
take his
years In providing modern and '' FIB ; t Roberts place.is also on the ballots "I 1 sincerely trust due consideration ward P. Schoenthaler, said the Ammo FromAntiRed Plnkston said the maximum
efficient post offices In our Dta a candidate for national com will be given to the Intent of the overtired tall sign allowable sign In the Industrial
trlct," Rogers told the Post OH cost," Ford commented. "I'm Is to make it visible from the cone, considering variable fae.
is
mitteeman and his
name among
Group
flee Department, "several areas 'SA5 the delegates pledged for Gold sure It will get that consideration Four Corners, nearly seven tors, was 212 square feet In the
ugently need new facilities now. marlna's case The Texaco let.
Because of the rapid growth In "GIRL OF.TiIE-YEAR" honors conferred annuallyby water His name was not removed ," Turner replied.The CLINTON, Dl. (AP) U.S. tens will face the Trail Me Dow.elll .
Lehlgh Acres a postal facility the Delta Nu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi upon from the Goldwater slate, giv. June 17 public hearing Treasury agents have lOlled a cast the only dissenting vote
there must be provided at the one of its members go to Mrs. W C. Marshall for Ing the Impression he Is for will concern the plat of the new Parking Meters stockpile of machine guns, on the motion to allow the over
both slates. At least the ballot flame throwers mortars and '
,
earliest possible moment.Jen.sen Moorings unit and Its propos sized sign.LBJ .
and
1964. Annoiinc ment of the winner presentation
carries
Beach and Immokalee him running on both ed Unit explosives and arrested a one.time
whU.old.r zoning. stretches from
of the award were pail of the program at slates. Now A Nuisance, Illinois leader of "The
than also have
Lehlgh, experienced Doctor Pus north to the
growth and are faced the "Founder's Day Banquet" held recently at Republicans have the problemof limits and from the city Minutemen," a nationwide anti To SpeakAt
with antiquated and Inadequate the Bonita Springs Spa. (NEWS photo) not being able to get the east Gulfto Say MerchantsFifth Communist group
postal facilities." Secretary of State to remove Crayton Road. Dredging Is The agents, who posed for Alma Mater'sCommencement
Most new offices built Robert's name from the Gold now going on to build up landIn weeks as middlemen for an un.
post are
water the area.During Avenue Association Day
delegation.NO named
foreign weapons buyer,
under a lease plan so that prU
rate enterprise provides the Plan To Launch Model Of ApolloCAPE WRITE4I> the discussion Ford president Lloyd Easterling told said they paid $17,000 to Richard JOHM30N CITY, Tex (AP-
building and rents It to the gov. Republicans also contended asked that the new Zoning and City Council: Wednesday morn- Lauchll, 3'7. for the arm In an City school officials said that
ernment. The building remainson KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) tended orbit ranging from IK 0 that the upcoming election Is not Planning Board be given the ing that his group wants to see abandoned barn. President Johnson has accepted
-The first attempt to orbit an to 140 miles above the earth official Democrat Primary enforcement of the downtown An Inventory showed at least
the tax rolls, providing rev. unmanned an chance to study the plat and an Invitation to speak to thoIradu..tlll
I enue to the local community, and model Is scheduled of the Apollo The rocket and spacecraft anmoonship 1 but Is classified as a "run-off" Its proposed zoning, and later parking meters "discontinued 100 submachine guns, five SO ( class of his alma
next forerunners
the of machinery being: election, therefore the party for several rea caliber tripod-mounted machine mater Johnson
government pays rent rather Tuesday. Council passed a motion to that Immediately" City High Schoolon
developed to launch three.marA 1 should be entitled to wrlt.InI guns, a flame thrower, several
than large capital outlays for sons. the night of May 29.
Saturn I rocket will effect.
propel teams
to the moon late In this 1 25-pound aerial bombs, several
construction. the Apollo model toward an In. decade. privileges.Such privileges wee refused Ford pressed for "adequate He said the results of a survey mortars, many automatic pie.tole dents Johnson was one of six stun
graduating from Johnson
of Avenue merchants
Fifth
this morning Green said, during access to the beach for all and rifles, and ammunition
City High In 1924.
'Amazing Background' telephone conversations involv. the people," and said Unk"out determined that 45 out of 51 opposed for all the weapons

Ing county officials and Talla of good conscience,. should further enforcement,
while six favored enforcement -

Dr. Baughman Guest SpeakerFor -(CoBllntted A OB'..... page 2)- ,. (Continued oa page 2) longer. a Seasonal problem In traffic the spring Is no, Dig Out 40 Secret Mikes

nor will It be until December, I

,11'1" '' ; : he Only added.half the metered spacesare In U.S. Embassy In MoscowWASHINGTON

'r filled at any time, Easter
May 28 Chamber Meeting ": I ling continued, and downtown

'. meters "are driving shoppersout I (AP) UA, and other Eastern European
"
of the downtown area." Me- security agents have dug more' capitals
The guest speaker for the YUle. first as a student and glass of Honor and Is entitledto A I ter revenues have accumulatedSince than 40 secret microphones out They said any Information
annual meeting of the Greater later as assistant professorand wear 10 ribbons. Dr.Baughman 1958, he noted,and though of the walls of the American losses which may have occurred
Naples Chamber of Commerce, associate professor In the Is presently a Captain In .. j jt' they are earmarked for developing Embassy building In Moscow through the microphone network
scheduled for Thursday, May College of Business Administration the Naval Reserve During hit .. off-street parking, "not during the past month and are were probably limited by 'the
28, at T PJTI. at the Beach Club ( as assistant business Naval service, he also earned L1AIr one square foot has yet been searching for others which may measures taken for prot.ctlonqaln.t
still be hidden In the
Hotel. Is "a man of amazing manager and business mana his Master's degree at George bought for off-street parking" Officials are Investigating building to This such a possibility"
apparently referred to
background" according to ger. He was vice president Washington University. He has t'. He commended the office r enforcing determine if any Important ... the fact that all employee of
Chamber officials.Dr. In 1955 when he accepted a received honorary doctorates ,,: the meters for "play- tree Information was obtained embassies in Communist coun.
George F. Baughman, a similar position at New York from Northeastern University, Ing no favorites," but added by the Soviets through the ml' tries are warned frequently that
Florida native, Is the president University, from which he resigned Boston and New York University. that "a lot of people are really crophone network their offices and residences maybe
of New College in Sarasota, a to Join New College. mad at Council for ordering Ambassador Foy D. Kohler bugged and are cautioned
four-year liberal and science enforcement" Recipients of has made a formal protest to against discussing secret Infer
Institution which will be accepting MORE HONORS Dr. Baughman Is a memberof overtime parking tickets Include the Soviet government over the matlon where It might be

Its first students this While. studying at Galnes- the Bar In Florida and the the mayor, a Council listening devices picked up.

Fall (Including a Naples student yUle, Dr. Baughman workedat District of Columbia, serves A( member, the sheriff, and the The story of the hidden ml.erophones The microphones were dugout
) and which has set for Itself local banks and after attaining as a Director of several corporations city manager.The was disclosed by the of the eighth, ninth and 10th
A
Tuesday.
State
the dramatic goal of becoming his law degree In 1939 plus holding membership parking meter topic will statement Department by the department's floors of the Moscow embassy

the "Oxford of Ameri entered private practice In in numerous fraternaland come up at the June 3 meet- security chief, G. Marvin Gen. It Is on these floors that Kohler

ca". Washington From 1942 to civic groups. If, when the downtown mer tile, said Indications are the de. and his principal aides have

In leading New College to Its 1946,Dr.Baughman se rved with The Chamber meeting also chants' group reports recommendations vices were "placed In the build. their ninth offices.floor.Officials. KohJer's Is on the

first students Dr. Baughman the US Navy Supply Corps, lis will feature the annual namingof to be adopted at a Ing prior to Its occupancy by
has been a most sought after Ing from Ensign to Lieutenant the of the Outstanding Thursday meeting of the association. the United Slat.." II years ago. said the Moscow em.
speaker around Florida and last Commander and serving w recipient The building was assigned to Diary has been checked repeat.
Fall \ speaker at the Citizen Award cosponsored the United Bates by the Soviet edly for hidden microphones
was keynote officer in charge of the Lend City Manager Vince Wood
by the Chamber and the Collier I- for em. during the last 11 years Re.
an
government use as
annual meeting of the Florida Lease 01'the Bureauof said for the
Program parking revenues
Gently It decided to makea
County News.Members v. beady la 19S2 and was occupiedIn was
State Chamber of Commerce. Supplies and Account In March 23-May IS period of the spring of 1953. more exhaustive investlga.
This same meeting was addressed this position, he served In 66 are reminded that seven weeks were $1,153.81. Officials said that not counting tlon, using demolition tech.
by the late President Ken- countries throughout the world. tickets for the meeting at $5 This amount has been deposited the newly found network, since nlques-4n other words, tearing
nedy. He was awarded the commen- per person are available from In the off-street park 1949 more than 130 listening de. up some of the walls. Official
Dr. Baughman was for many dation of the Secretary of theNavy any member of the Board of fund as a result of vices of various types were dts. Information did not make It
years associated with the University the Military Order of the Directors or at the Chamber $1,644.21 and expenses of"90. covered and removed from DA clear why this decision was
of Florida st Gaines British Empire the French Le- office. DR.GEORGE F.DAUCHMAN 40 Embassy buildings In Moscow reached at this time.


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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wedllftda,. M.y 20, 19(4

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i What's Your Opinion"'OnPayingAsWeGo Hail Maryland Results



BALTIMORE aid. (AP-Thl He had been tapped t tnE
carnation was turn> party organization-with ,(t
brown limp in hi. lapel the cofteeWII son's blessing-to take ui 'No;
For cold In the stained cups UUterlng lace in a border state r <,
his headquarters, the Ia at recent history of racial ctrl
a echo of elation had died In a marked by repeated oultrja,
F house whisper of fatigue, and of violence In Cambridge
{ George C. Wallace''s 10-week Brewster wound up WI|
campaign In the North was, at 284,813 votes, 53.23 per c. nl
County School ? last, finished. the total. The remaining p,
Projects
No one, Wallace includedcould cent were cast by voter pr
know precisely what Jt: ferrlng Andrew J. Easter, fie
t..I:..: "" 1l' --
meant or where It would all tlmore draftsman or an unj
strutted delegation to the
BY SAM ENGLAND lanassee and read a letter on Between 1957-58 and 1961-62 adopting a pay-as-you-go plan IKE'S IRON HORSD-The British locomotive that drew Gen. lead.His estimation was that; tlonal convention. fl
"Do you favor a pay-as-you- the topic from Charles E.Chlck your county expended 202097. for financing capital outlay Dwight D. Eisenhower' staff train during World War II is the votes own he jot In Wisconsin,,. "We made the fight end *
go plan to provide additional coordinator school surveys. 70 for new sites and site Improvements needs In Collier County I shown. it arrived in the United States at New York The Indiana and Maryland demontrated won and I'm glad; said Brtv
classrooms as the school popu The letter reviewed sup 2831059.03 for would further recommend that locomotive will be a permanent part of the National Rail- a reversal of white sympathy .. stir
lation Increases or meet the port of local schools In the past new construction 61493.52 your board approve the creation road Museum in Green Bay, Wis. In! the North for the N.. He aimed this parting shag
problem with bond Issues" and financial prospects for the for alterations,and approximately of a school building and gro civil rights movements Wallace "In baseball, anywj
In substance this question future and suggested policy 121268.55 for equipmentand bus reserve fund as provided "I have shown," he said late i. It's three strikes and y, 1'1
l was addressed to the County for the future. The letter addressed library books for newly InState Board RegulationsSec Citizen Band Radio Tuesday night after all the votes i: out."
School Board Monday after- to Supt. Reynolds Is constructed facilities Monies tide 1301.09 and that three were counted and he was i Wallace didn't see it that.Wa"Ths
noon by Superintendent of as follows finance this construction pro quarters (3/4)) of a mill be levied reflecting on the race In Ms i \ Maryland vote,' |
Schools W.D. Reynolds. "On your recent trip to Tal gram came from the following In addition to the regular strangely quiet motel room, said "should let them ktwA
afa Washington and in both nation
Reynolds brought the ques- lahassee we briefly discussedthe sources, mlllage for support of schools Test Rated SuccessThe tor"that In sectionalism opposition to Is the not trend cof! parties that they can't get Mot
tion not immed- Implications of adequately State Capital and Debt the proceeds of said special
up seeking Outlay - trying to solve everything by us by culling us bad names
iate action but for board studyas financing the anticipated capi Service Fund3--U20.842.51.. mlllage to be set aside for simulated emergencyradio ed, tried and proved operation- federal force The governor hinted of a po
it looks to the future with tal outlay needs of Collie r County State School Construction school plant needs. communication exercise al.The "It Is now evident that a new slble technical challenge of it-
its constant demand for more during the next few years. Funds-'$233.936.47 ... Countyand "To establish such a fund conducted in Naples last Saturday demonstration which followed trend has been established and I results because of Maryland
classrooms as Collier Coun- I have reviewed the financial District Funds -- $38 would provide the school board was evaluated as a "big showed the resourcefulness It transcends sectional lines. old unit vote system. Similar t
ty grows. prospects for the next several 625.90... District No. 1 Bond the means whereby a reserve success" by its sponsors. It of the participants to act "This Maryland vote," he, the Electoral College vote I
Chairman Leo Chlckerlng years and would like to offer Issue--$2,717,715,23". County could be built-up over a period demonstrated they said, that on short notice. Equipmentand said, "should let them know In presidential elections It mate
quickly proposed that such a certain observations and recommendations Commissioners -- 104798. of time to finance antici- Collier County citizens, using personnel were assem- Washington and in both national *, It possible for a candidate t
question be publicized to get for consideration 69.. Total'-$3,215,918.80. pated building needs. ',State their own "Citizen Band" held at CD Headquarters at the parties that they can't get rid win a primary even though t,
reaction from county re- by you and the school "You will note that only$354 School Construction Funds radio equipment can be rallied Courthouse and City Hail The of us by calling us bad names trails A U.S.In the District popular Court vote.In|
sidents. He could see favor- board. 773.98 or 11.03 per cent came could be matched from this reserve Into a dependable com- American .Red Cross had Its "They called me a bigot a tlmore has nullified the 'Ba.;
able arguments on each side of "The local support for Im from State sources whereas and this reserve fund munication network in case ofa own CB radio and emergency liar, a racist, an agitator a vote system in Maryland on un:

the question. proved school plant facilities 2861139.82 or 88.97 per could be invested until neededto natural emergency. power In use. The CoastGuard supporters trespasser with They Ku pictured Klux hoods.my mattes for statewide office*, );I
in Collier County has been tre cent came from local sources! finance construction costs. This group of Citizen Band Auxiliary manned Its researchand They called In 10 senators to has set a hearing for Mondaon
QUIZ WALKER mendous during the past sev- the major portion taming, of This would further assure the radio operators was organized rescue boats and utilized beat us down, and yet" he said a suit to apply the ban t
f' Rep. James U Walker was eral years. This can easily course from the District No, freeholders that funds for the by their Club President Walter the radio in its new SAR station with an air of triumph "a ma. the presidential primary also.
present at the meeting and be attested to by studying the 1 Bond Issue."Because support and maintenance of Brehm and trained as"com at the foot of Broad Avenue Jorlty of the white people In Brewster led in enough com.
Chickering asked for his opinion results of the Impllmentatlon of the low assessed schools are not to be diverted municators" by Civil Defense South. Maryland ties and Baltimore city district
..Rlghtnow..ldWa1ker. of the Collier County School valuation of property in Into construction. Radio Officer Dave Traer. Civil Air Patrol was In communication port.. to get a 92.79 margin in urn!
c "I would oppose a pay-as-you- Plant Survey of March 19S8. 1958 the school board had little "You the school board and FCC regulations prohibit the with the auxiliary more than I ever expected." votes. But his popular vote edj.
go plan. I don't believe in choice but to resort to a the people of Collier Countyare use of CB radio for any purpose and Naples Community Hospital The Alabama governor won in Baltimore County which hi
about 14 unit votes, was only 106
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taking money out of my pocket District No. 1 Bond Issue to to be commended for the other than licensed ope rations was provided with CB the Maryland per cent of the vote In.. of 93,000 cast. ot
Ii to pay for needs of future re- Highway Patrol finance pressing school plant excellent schools that you now except in an emergency radio. In addition the ama Identlal primary Democratic against pre Sen. A reversal of the uno/flcl.
sidents. Let those that use needs. However,since that timea have. It is only through the or sanctioned drill Satur teurs assigned to handle traffic Daniel B. Brewster favorltesonitand.ln vote In that county when the 0/.
the facilities pay for them." Probed 30 Auto major reassessment has less- cooperative effort of all con day's exercise provided that to Lee County and the official for President Johnson. flclal count is takenIn. about ,
0/ Henry B. Watkins Jr., Wrecks In April ened the financial strain of cerned that this high level of opportunity.The Florida SSB emergency The state's Negro population 1 Is week could change the unit vat.
agreed. He said, A-pay-as- the school board and has advanced school operation will continuein semi-annual "Simulated network were tied Into the over 17 per cent. I picture but Atty. Gen. Thonu
you-go plan sounds good but Thlny accidents in CollierCounty the possibility of meet- the future" Emergency Test" (SET) was all operation by their own CB Brewster 41, former Marine :B. Finn has said this would b
Y It is not always so." Watkins were investigated by the Ing continuous school plant sponsored by the Radio Ama radio. elected to the Senate only two i I meaningless
,. was a successful candidate for Highway patrol during the need on a pay-as-you-go bas teur's Public Service Corps Queeney extended thanks to years ago was elated by his ef. "Ther can't change the'rultIn
n the board In the May 8 prl- month of April resulting in is. Reds Make (ARPSC). Don Queeney W4- all concerned and especially to national fort to preserve nominating Maryland's convention 48 Wallace I the middle insisted.of An the aide game fail,"

mary. four fatalities and 27 injur "Several counties have Undertaken ACT, was the emergency coordinator county officials CD Director votes for Johnson.County I the Baltimore County canvas
Candidates in the run-orr. ies. major school plant for Collier County. Tommy Kehoe and Sheriff E.A. would be closely observed.
Les Whitaker and Mrs. Emolee Damages resulting from the construction programs basedon Doug Hendry for their cooperation. -
t Barrett were asked fort accidents were estimated at District No. 1 Bond Issues New GainsIn STATE-WIDE GOP. .
opinions. Both agreed the ques- 19252. but failed to make adequate Saturday's activities were t
: tion will need study. Troopers Ed Crawford and plans for continuous capital out state-wide including four simulated 34 (Continued from page 1)) Arrest BurnsSupporters

The board suggested that a James Peacock made 118 arrests lay financing once the bond funds emergencies announ PapersBock hassee. The supervisor of registration Here
Laos ,
committee representing all during the month. Issued were expended. With continuous ced forJacksonCountyOrange, Edna Cribb Santa pas.
areas of the county be appointed 49 warnings of violations and growth these counties soon Palm Beach and Collier Counties led on the Information to Green. On Sound Truck
VIENTIANE Laos. AP) The local Goldwater
( man point.
to review past capital outlay suggested on 55 occasions that found themselves back on double The last positions held by neutralist in advance on a two-day Burns ed out there is no time for court Fenway L, Cooper 41, i
financing and come up with motorists were driving with sessions and/orhouslng forces in the Plains des notice. The overall program action. Jacksonville policeman and
recommendations for future faulty equipment pUs in temporary facilities Jarres region have fallen to the lasted nine hours and "Opera As things stand now, Republicans WllltamHenryFuller.46.Jaclcsonvllle
K board action. Highway Patrolman Robert There is no reason why this Communists, Premier Souvanna dons First Try" was organize are in a position of have building inspector,
Melln was added to the force situation should develop InCol- Phouma announced today. ,,6 For High'TALLAIfASS6'APrhlt& ing to vote for Roberts whe. were arrested for operating i
EXPERT VIEW on May 1,providing three mentor her County unless Neutralist, Gen. Kong U,(ban- InfantBillie.Onvlefo 11. ther for or against him, and sound truck at the Four Corners *
I' ,should experience phenomena edited his emergency command : force's party;members to ,
Reynolds had previously operate In the county Patrolman ,. ; vote here yesterday wWw
I sought the opinion of the State Melln will patrol most- unanticipated growth. porttnd withdrew further south! : *'-wre hti1 ; uncommitted unless they vote having a permit.
west in the face of continuing I this afternoon at Naples Memorial four Florida for the Goldwater slate
"I have Green
e Department of Education InTal- ly In the Naples area recommend that you and newspapers The men who stated that they]
your board Communist pressure a spokesman Gardens for the Infant daugh. endorsed Ilaydon Burns of Jack. said
consider
seriously for Souvanna said 'I ter of Mr. and Mrs. John BIllie sonville for governor. Six have Local backers of Goldwater were on vacation, were opera
of Ochopee who died here Monday endorsed his Opponent Mayor hope all Republicans will vote ting the truck and distributing
eeeeee00 ie eee eeeAO U.S. Secretary of State Dean I' Services were arranged by Robert King High of Miami. tor that candidate, no matter handbills In behalf of Haydon
e Ae Rusk urgently recalled Moat I the Richard A. Plttman Funeral Twelve newspapers said they what preference in order to Burns Jacksonville mayor and
, E. Stevenson the chief U.S. del. Home. were planning not to take sides consolidate ranks and get a com one of the candidates In the
t agate to the United Nations In the Democratic runoff next milled delegation. Democratic primary runoff next
: Reserve Space Now! : from a European trip because of Tuesday Green said sample ballots will Tuesday.The .
the deepening crisis in Southeast be mailed to
Price Tag Twenty.two of Burns' endorse. all county register, arrest was made by Officer
Eove Asia. ments came from the group of Id Republicans showing how the Jerry Wlnebrenner, acting
(Continued from page 1) papers owned by John H. PerryJr. ballot should have looked had under Instructions from
A government statement said Some of the Perry papers election laws permitted proper
"following massive attacks, prepared share this beach property with already have given their editor. handling Chief of Police Ben Caruthers
: IN THE TWO : well In advance launched the city" lal support to Burns, and the ---- after the latter had received
by the Lao-Vlet Pathet Lao The developer said that park rest were expected to take slmi. Social Security several complaints.
t and North Vietnamese -troops ing would be a problem if a lar action soon, according to a President t Franklin D. The two men were later released -
against our neutralist positions narrow beach access betweenlots Perry representative Roosevelt signed the originalU. with instructions to return
in the Plaine des Jarres and was provided. He add All dally newspapers In Florida S. Federal Social Security here for court Monday after
Muong I'hanh. the last neutral. were polled by The Assocl. Chief Caruthers had checked
ed that such accesses havea Act on Aug. 14, 1935 and payroll
1st positions existing on the plateau ated Press. The totals contain
their Identification Chiefof
deductions of the social with
"detrimental effect the
: WELCOMENOBLES of Xieng Khouang have tal. on some papers that publish weekly .
r : len." abutting property" or biweekly security 1937 tax began on Jan. 1, Police Luther. Reynolds oflacksonvU1e.




r :. :. Dental Program For Needy Children Under WayEarly


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Se in the year Dr,Clyde lier Dental Association mov Medical Corps during the Korean which I
wanted "
Brothers director of the County ing from school to school in War, and upon graduationwas profession. He to practice my never been in a dental chair
for he
S eS Health Department, announced a trailer office called back into service for the applied said.
program and chose Naples students will
that a county-wide program an ears. Needy get care
of dental care for needy child BACKGROUND When release from service over Tampa for an assignment during the remainder of the

- e ren was to be Inaugurated (n Dr. Lee Is a graduate of the he spent a three-month Since February Dr.Lee.has been year. Parents of others have
the county under a "Preceptor University of Nebraska Dental vacation in Florida. "Appar- examined over 3,000county notified of dental needs
r Program" sponsored by the School and a licensed dentist ently" said Dr, Lee, "1 got mentary students He found and recommendations to see
eS State. in his home state of Colorado.He sand In my shoes and decided over 1,000 In need of dental family dentists have been givento
eS Monday eight children visited spent four years In the Florida was the state in work "Some children have parents
the dental office In the Health -_ School personnel have been
Department building. The pre assisting with the survey and
I I\ e liminaries were over and the t will continue efforts enlistingaid
Job of repairing teeth was under r from civic organizationsand
o I. 11 5 way. r t others to transport child'

I 5 Since February however, ren to the clinic during the

J' Dr. Dwight G. Lee, who headsup summer months.
) i= the program has examined Presently Dr. Lee is work'
t more than 3,000 elementary ing alone In his office, but will
S \ eS students In Collier County. The Me get an office assistant who will
survey has been completed and help speed work In the pro
the equipment arrived last gram. Dr. Lee's office is located
Editions of. SS week in the County Health De-
.
: Dr. Lee Is in Collier County pargment building.
under the "Preceptor Pro-
I ei gram" authorized by the FlorIda
State Board of Health, and Storm Clouds
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a:4e81er the Dental Florida Examiners.State The Board FJor-) of Closing In On
"
: &bt { t' Ntm : Ida State Dental Association aid Baker Report

lose eC the Collier also County assist Dental with Association the < ,?wr + WASHINGTON (AP) Storm

clouds appeared to be closing to
e program.Dr. .
today on the proposed report !II
Lee's salary and travel the Senate's Bobby Baker lnv s.
SS expenses are paid by the state tlgation.
The county U required to 1 The Rules Committee which'
furnish equipment and office conducted the probe into the affairs .
: THURSDAY, JUNE 4 : space. About $2,600 of the of the former secretary tc
money for equipment came from the Senate's Democratic majorIty
the United Fund collections.. called a meeting to discuM

: SUNDAY, JUNE 7 : In the "Preceptor Program" \ 'q t the only draft Democrats report were but apparentlj to be on

graduates of dental ;,, hand
: Phone schools work in the state pre Sen.
MI 2.2107 John Sherman Cooper R-
0e paratory to taking the state Ky., one of the commlttee'i
i dental examinations. This pro three GOP members, said bi
gram with its full time dentist was sun the RMMihUcaiu w111
and modem equipment will replace DR. DWIGHT G LEE who heads up the county dental program shown in draft minority rlllOl1lpr*
ee eoo e.s.eo. eo.eoeee the program carried on his office (In the Health Department at East Naples government center. lag any' contuses thai U ihausttve *

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'. Hears Roome Talk On FishingChristine ) ( Board Faulty,Of Reports Health o'J;


Campeau and Stan. corresponding and visiting with JACKSONVILLE .--The State LX1it
ley Boynton from the Naples Sen. other Key Clubs throughout the Board of Health said today that
lor High School were entertained country. He has been Beta Club approximately 5 per cent of all
M the "girl and boy of the month" President and master of ceremonies the
birth certificates sent to
at the Exchange Club meeting held at rallies. He plans to go
board have an error of some
Monday evening at the Beach to camp this summer, visit the T1LLliig
Club.Each World Fair, and attend college type, and hence new parents oBy
student Is at the top of In Minnesota this fall. should be very careful to Inspect -
the senior class scholastically the certificate after it JANE MARTIN

Miss Campeau has been named FISHING TALK Is filled out and before It Is
class valedictorian and Boynton James Roome, Naples Sporting; filed.

Is tied with Miss Ellen Whltsltt Goods, then addressed the meet. Everett H. Williams Jr. director New homes, new lots, new faces, and new busi
for salutatorian honors. (See picture Ing on the topic "Fishing In and
of the board's Bureauof ness continue to dominate the news.

Each, Pace student 1) addressed the Ex. around"This Naples.area has the best fishing Vital Statistics, said most Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Mitchell left Tuesday for

changUes. Miss Carnpeau said of any place In the U.S.A.and common of errors are In spellIng Larchmont, N Y, after seeing the ground broken on
"It has been hard work but I have Yo"e can catch fish 12 month.oCtheyear. a. names.
enjoyed It and am happy to ac. ," said Roome.He "In many cases, hospitals Monday for their new home on Spyglass Lane They will

hleve the goal of being gradual said the nook are biting obtain information from the parent ba back in October to live her permanently. While
ed." She felt she was just beglnn. excellently at present. Many peo. for completing the certificate
here the Mitchells the of Mr and Mrs.
Ing to learn and developing the pie think that snook go to sea [ so the parent should ask were guests

ability to think for herself. She after they spawn but he believed to see the certificate to make Walter DeSchryver, Galleon Drive.

hopes to attend the World's Fairin they swim to shallow water where sure that all Information has Friday evening Mr and Mrs. Edmond Long hosteda
When cold waer comes
It Is warm.
New York
City. ., been entered and Is correct small cocktail for and Mitchell. The
Boynton remarked that he had along they seek deep holes. t before the mother leaves the party Mr Mrs.

enjoyed being very active In the "Tarpon are also biting,partl. + hospital he said "It is recommended Longs leave the end of the month to be In Akron Ohio
: fia ,
local Key Club, particularly In cularly In the Caxambas Pass t 99 t until October.
area. But don't expect to catch t; that the mother sign

every one you hook onto,"he said. --- + the actual birth certificate rather Mr, and Mrs Edward Bowers of Detroit, Mich,

Urges "The average is one out of ten." re e ''1 r than hospital information are at The Tides for their third vacation. Their plans to
BaptistsTo He advised that all should bear sheet.
In mind the use tobe made of tackle CASUAL DRESS, includ "Parents should be sure that build and spend more time In Naples are a bit in the

Be MilitantIn before It Is purchased. "For ing shorts and popular the hospital and attending phy future, but they already have their lot on Eighth Street,
Instance," he said "do not buy tennis attire, was much in sician have the correct spellingof South.

spinning equipment for fishing evidence on the grounds of the full name of the child,
Rights Move from the Naples Pier. Use heavy the Beach Club Hotel the the father's name and maiden Before leaving on Sunday Mrs Becky Strand signeda
tackle so you can prevent the fish lease the Third Street South.In .
the line the past week-end when 250 name of the mother When a in Chlumsky Building, ,
from on pll
fouling
J ATLANTIC CITY N.J. (told AP) Ing under the pier." members of the UniversityClub certificate is sent In to the October she plans to open a boutique type shop. In

today- Northern they could Baptists not Just were discuss Tackle should be kept well oil of Miami held their board, the board has no way the meantime, Mrs Strand will visit her daughter Mrs.
ed. Salt water particularly In this annual frolic here. In top of knowing If the name Is spelled -
the racial Issue in the abstractbut Thomas H. Chirgwin Jr., In New York City, and other
i
corrodes the reels. whether the
area, quickly four attractive correctly or
photo i
that they must take an ac. ,
tlve part In the civil rights Fresh water washing, holdingthe members of the feminine correct sex or blrthdate have members of her family in Virginia, Minn.

movement. cup of the reel up,only washes contingent are shown been filled In correctly.

"The only serious question for the salt into the reel,Roome cau. strolling near the club's ,/ r ,.:J' LY w tit "The bureau, to make sure LUNCHEON FOR PRESS

Christians these days Is how to tioned. From left : that a child's birth certificateis On Wednesday Mr and Mrs. Fletcher Knebel, whoare
The least amount of hardwareon golf course.
participate In what Is happen.to your line the better, he said. Mrs. Tom Page, Mrs. L. P. ', correct, routinely sends to recent additions to Naples from Washington D.C.,
what civil rights
Sag support, said a policy paper group re. Small sinkers, swivels and short Gautier, Jr, Mrs. WilliamC. parents, without of charge the certi a charmed members of the press at a luncheon. The well

leased during the 57th annual shank hooks are the best. If you Jones and Mn. L. P. small photocopy that the known author and his wife are looking forward to
wire leader do not flcate with a request
must
use a ,
meeting of the American Bap. Evans Jr. Mrs. Rex Guth-
,
have It too heavy he advised. parents check the record carefully meeting many more fellow f Neapolitans on Friday evening
tlst Convention.
"No Christian can acquiescein The speaker demonstrated the rie, right photo, daughter Ambassador and advise the board of From seven to nine Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Easterlingare
handle the bale on of Adlal Stevenson,
to
proper way This notification of
any law or social custom any error. and for Mr.
United Na giving a reception autograph party
which maintains the Image or a spinning reel. Among other to the birth registration Is usually ,
he pointed out, if you is in smart Knebel at the Song and Shop.
practice of segregation," the techniques, tions, pictured made when the child Is threeor Story
paper said. have a big fish on and It Is desirable tennis costume. four months old."Occasionally Since Mr and Mrs. Herbert Ludeke have com
to tire the fish out without
The paper was prepared by a breaking the line, let some of (McGrath photos) on finding an pleted a full season in their home on 15th Avenue, South,

of Chicago the Rev.committee Dr. Charles composed An. the line run out but don.t crank error because, parents think become the boar they are no longer classified as "new." Anyway theyare
in. they
unless the line is coming
drew, pastor of the First Bap. "Cranking without bringing the Members made a mistake In Issuing the leaving next week for four months at their summer
6 New
tlst church; the Rev. Frank G. line in causes a serious twist to certificate. Actuallythe board home in East Boothbay, Maine. En route to and from
Nelson, director of the University
of Chicago Graduate develop," said Roome.DEATHS. Issues only photocopies of the Maine they will visit Mrs. Charles Currier In Vernon,
Welcomed Into
House; and the Rev. Dr. original certificate which has Conn
Charles Long, faculty member been filed by the attending physician -
: A North Cape cruise sounds like a fascinating bit
of the University of Chicago NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (AP) Xi Beta Chapter .
Divinity S<'hail. -Warren P. McGoldrlck 53, an g I' of business. After a few weeks in Pittsburgh, Mr and

After the presentation of the associate attorney for the Mrs Wendell McLennan en. + Mrs. Harvey Jordan will sail June 27th aboard "Grips-

paper, convention delegatesmet Hearst Corp'. legal departmentfor tertalned the XI Beta Nu Chapterof Kiwanis Holds holm such The includes
on lust a trip. itinerary portsin
In small discussion .
groups.A 30 years, died Tuesday. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority at
resolution on race was to be NEW YORK (AP)-,Arthur H. her home Monday evening, May 'RoundTable'On Ireland, Scotland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland,

prepared and placed before the Bunker 68, retired chairman of IS. This was the last meetingof Russia, Germany, Holland and Belgium. When they
delegates for a vote on Friday died six ,
American Metal Climax the season and new memo
morning. welcomed Into this r return, the Jordans will spend some time at their summer
Tuesday. He was a past presi. hers were ActivitiesThe
Both the American and South. dent of the Climax MolybdenumCo. chapter each having completedfour home on Lake Erie then back to Pittsburgh.. returning -

ern Baptists| are holding a se. ., one of the largest producersof years In the Delta Nu Chap. Kiwanis Club met Monday to Naples In November
rles of meetings leading to a the metal that Is used totoughen tefThey were Mrs. Kenneth sight at the La mi"lighter Cafeteria .
'weekend celebration by 40,000 steel. Bunker brotherof GrondahlMr Don BennettMrs. u. and held a round.taliM rllsruialun Also off on a North Cape cruise In June, will be

persons of the work done by Ellsworth Bunker ambassador Walter Frodrtckson.Mri. Arthur on committee activities.Next Mon. Mrs. P. H. Dodge and Mr and Mrs. D. H Queeney ThisIs
Baptist groups during the past to the Organization of Am. McConnell, Mrs. Albert Etler, day' meeting It was announced,
the third these travellers have
Inveterate
ISO years. erlcan States and Mrs Robert Ackerman.The will I be held at the Elks Club.It long trip

president. Mrs. Fritz was announced that the Sup. taken together Last year they went to South America,

Thurner, named her committee .JalLe a4 at.Sewing..:..::: port of Churches Committee will and the year before they circled the Globe.
chairmen for the coming year as provide the program for the next
follows* 'meeting. In other reports, stress Monday Mr, and Mrs. William Joyce drove the

Program, Mrs. George DeBus. Dixie Baptists was given to club members part William Mixers over to the Miami airport to catch their
man; Ways andMeans,Mrs.Fred Group tclpattng actively In Inter.club
plane to Michigan. Mr and Mrs. Mixer will be In Flint
Alander; Social Mrs.Gerald Me. Urge SupportFor meetings
Mlllen; Cancer, Mrs. Palmer Meets FridayThe Dick Chamberlain, chairman of until the first of the year

Harris; Publicity, Mrs. Robert Negro Rights the Key Club Committee announced Mr and Mrs Harold G. Kolbe leave the 22nd and
Ackerman; Service, Mrs. Albert ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP- Sewing Group of the Naples that two boys plan to attend the
will visit friends In Media Pa the their
Slier; Historian, Mrs. Don Ben.A Southern Baptist commission Woman's Club will meet Key Club International\ Convention on way to
F' nett; Telephone,Mrs.Leslie Tur. recommended today that the de In the club rooms on Fridayof scheduled for the first week In Ju. farm In Middletown, N. Y. Some time during the sum-

; T ner, and Special Education Class, nomination' convention go on this week at one o'clockIn ly In Dallas, Texas Key Club Pre. mer the Kolbes will go to Georgian Bay to visit Mr.
Mrs. Fred Hartford. of 1ont.elect Richard Woodruff andVire.Presidoot.elecl
In legislation
record support
the afternoon Mrs. Bertha .
Kolbe's brother In-law and sister Mr and Mrs. Robert
__ Two programs were present guaranteeing legal rights of Negroes Farewell will be the hostess Billie Bryan ,
ed, one on home building by Mrs.Walter to are.IJnnlnl| to attend the ron Harris,
the
ladles.
Sorokoty and the otheron The commission apparently vent Ion.
outdoor living by Mrs Fritz considered the recommendationthe All members of die Woman'sclub Kay llundrlx was chosen lucky REUNION AHEADA
Thurner. Mrs Fred Alander are Invited to come with member at the meeting
gave closest thing to endorsement
frequent golf foursome here this winter Mrs. W
a report on activities at the Flor. of civil right legislation that a needle and thread and scissors ,
Ida State Beta !Sigma Phi Conven. might be adopted by the conven. to help make articles for Kay Wain Heads Miller Cook, Mr. Key Foster and Mr. and Mrs Coleman

tlon which was held May 15 tlon, whose action Is not binding the November Bazaar. Boyd have a reunion coming up. The Boyds and Mrs.
through May 17 at Clearwater and on member churches Mrs. Ruth Hill was the hostess Naples PlayersFor
Cook leave the 26th to visit Mr Foster at his home In
both local chapterswere well rep.! The topic goes to the conven. last Friday..nd Mrs.llelen
resented. tlon floor Thursday and 1* cer. Parker will serve the refreshments Next YearRay Birmingham, Ala., and also at his summer place 60
w A covered dish dinner Is plan. lain to cause heated debate next week.Methodist. Wain was elected pre.Ident miles outside Birmingham.
ned for members and husbandsat Northern Baptists were urgedby
for the
the home of Mrs. Fred Hart. a Negro leader Tuesday of Naples Players the After the reunion Mrs. Cook will fly to Atlanta, Ga,
coming at organlza-
ford onSaturdayMayJOat7p.m. night at their convention to take Choir tion's meeting year last week to succeed to visit the Dixie Mathews Tha Boyds will go to Chat

a rights more fight.active role In the civil Elects Officers Jack Messmer, retiring tanooga, Tenn., for their son, 3ill, and then back to Naples.

The Rev Dr. Ralph B. Abernathy president, whowas elected first This week Mrs Iva M. Marsh Is visiting Mr and Mrs.
News From Members of the Chancel
of Atlanta, a mln. vice-president.
Baptist
Choir of the First Methodist (Continued 01 page I)
4g Gideon named se-
ister and associate of the Rev. D.D. was mcond
County RecordsCHANCERY Dr Martin Luther King Jr., Church elected Mrs.Charlotte vice-president! Florence
said: "11 Is a tragic fact that Wamble president In an organizational Walter, recording secretary
for too long the church has not meeting last week. and C.R. McCool was re-elec-
DOCKET been a voice, but rather an Mickey Hatcher was named ted corresponding secretary.
Mildred G. Jennings vs Ser echo." secretary-treasurer! Mrs.Fay Members of the board of directors fJALiiBig
eno ... divorce. Racial Issue have claimed
a White, social chairman Miss E lea
are, James Dun
KAREN MARIE FREDRICKSON Louise Brice vs John W.Bric....big part of the discussions of Mary Ann Lelth robe chairman nor Goddard, Robert Martel
divorce
both the American Northern
( )
; and Mrs. Betty Hathaway,
Ben Elsie and
Leland Thomas Dorothy Jean and Southern Baptist Conventions Parks Upham
Jones custody of child meeting separately librarian Fred Winter. Heavy
Fredrickson Stowell The civil rights recommend Last night members of the Current plans for the club Include

COMMON LAW DOCKET tlon was made by the ChristianLife group met at the home of Mr, opening next season's TERRYTOWELS

Alvin H. Bravalda vs James W. Commission of the Southern and Mrs. Bill Kepp 231 Ninth productions with t musical comedy 4

Mr and Mrs. Walter Fredrickson of 975 22nd I Moore complaint for damage Baptist Convention, largest Ave., S., for a covered dUh a spokesman for the organization ;

Avenue, North, announce the engagement of their Creason, Inc, vs James Reed Protestant denomination In the dinner. said this morning :
complaint for judgment. > United States, with more than 10 *
daughter, Karen Marie, to Joseph Hodge Stowell, million members.Accordion. .ei

son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H Stowell of 1236 1 Morning- MARRIAGES Com In And Met The Famous Author

side Drive. LICENSE APPLICATIONS Guitar 1.00
Robert Lee Capelle, Naples,and
Miss Fredrickson is a graduate of Naples Senior Laura Belle Kllgore.Naples. Recital FridayThe FLETCHER KNEllEL

High School and Is presently a senior at Jackson .James' A." Bovd and Peggy Shirley Nick Music Stu. Size 25x48If

Memorial School of Nursing in Miami, Florida. Eloise<
Mr Stowell Is a graduate of Naples Senior High pies. guitar recital at 1 30 o'clock Perfect Would Be 2.98

School and attended Florida Southern College before LICENSE ISSUED Friday night In the Lake Park Limit 6 to Customer
William Uel Myer and Clara Lou. School. The recital Is opento
his present association with The Bank of
Is* Hall, Immokalee. the public.

Naples.No. Herman Milton and Pauline Harris w ......", .... 1 .. .. ....-...... kM M4 liMwy 04U M-.- Colors White Black
date has been set for the wedding Im mot alee. Drive Carefully And Live h? April. .LM< ,W k.. kwk **.*. 0.yi in h+.(' WM N.. I te. ,..
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Cypress OES i 25% Off on Expert Hair and Dawn Pink Spice Brown
Reception Autograph Party
STANLEY
Meets ThursdayThe Bleaching Tinting and Hair Fronting Celestial Blue Fire Red
7 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 22
Products regular meeting of Cypress f.- -.Tfcla Week Special!
Home Chapter, No. 238, Order of Eastern "Orchids and a Toast"N On Sale Thurs. 9 A.M.
a&r. honoring the Grand In. Permanent
Ckeck OB O. 12eS0
rIpriai structor of District 1C will be heldat Wave $ ym wwwl l.eM.w Haru.. ... M M 1.2120 Mrf _1
Special Fer Masonic Temple, Pine Ridge R..nUt r.e LeWir M swat au.,. ...,....,..
CLEANING AM01'R.FJtOOFlNG at iMlu-M. H,', C* 4 ttyl
on Thursday night eight o'clock.

Mrs. Gertrud Cryphan, worthy Try Mr, Will.1 New Body Hair Cut! Makes your eel
Contact matron, announces that chapter stay better and ketp* the frits out of your permanent dOilY & c5/orv c5h'oJIlf
HID HUNTER mothers will also be honored at WILLS HAIR FASHIONS

MI M14I tbe meeting. SMi A.... (.. MI J.U20 764 Fifth Avenue, South Naples.. fIa.Exchange .
417 FIHH. *.. Ie P5... u/ 1.7U.
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WEDNESDAY MAY 20, 1964 Washington (AP) Ala- ate's civil rights bill h,,, ,
bama's segregationist Gov. prohibiting racial or reli-iMIS|

C George C. Wallace has proved discrimination by operators "I t
I Sound Planning Needed In County # 5 his point There Is wide oPJlosl.t. | restaurants, hotels, inns ni,
S
..* to President Johnson's civil similar eating and lodrmr
rights bill to give Negroes equal places K did not apply to I bi u '
r treatment In mAn' spheres of taverns or cocktail lounges.
On top of all this theic ,
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American life. N i
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Announcement that Florida Development this area will experience fantastic growthin .
+ This is what he said he wanted been severe racial disturb "
'a
Commission representatives have the next few years. This growth must .t.f M. to prove when he entered on Marland's Eastern Shoe

be the presidential primaries in especially In Cambridge the i I"",
been retained by the County Commissionto carefully supervised and guided in .
I. Wisconsin, Indiana and Maryland National Guardsmen last 1I'''k
conduct a survey of the county for order to assure that Collier County will where, a victor would used tear gas to disperse! ? dc.i ".

planning purposes is good news indeed continue to be a pleasant place in whichto have let him rapture| their delegates onstratlng Negroes.All .
to the Democratic National these factors had Mn ,
It could not have been scheduled at amore live and work. I- Convention land steamed up before Wall ,-

propitious moment.In This newspaper has long felt that a He lost In all three In running ever got there He dldn't n, -,

recent years, Naples has enjoyedthe study to determine the advisability of against st.tnd.lns for Johnson any bets In talking on the sere'
In Wisconsin to Gov. John \V. points. For Instance, he brnurtit!!
of growth in the annexing North and East Naples into the
biggest percentage Reynolds; In Indiana to Gov in the Supreme Court's bin on
county, but the proposed developmentof City of Naples would be of tremendous Matthew E. Welsh; and Tues- official! prayers or required HI".

Marco Island, plus the activity now value. Perhaps the Naples City Council daIn Maryland to Son Daniel ble reading
B. Bievster. Early this month, prvaclinIn ,
underway at Golden Gate Estates, Indi- might consider making some arrange t9Y But-In Wisconsin he got a Baptist church, he :ask' I

cates that the unincorporated areas of ment, in cooperation with County Com about 34 per rent' the Pemo.crat "Did iou ever think the I1 J
If vote, in Indiana about 30 would have to be bo dk\
the county will enjoy tremendous and mission, to have the FDC representativesmake '
per rent and In Maryland roughly Into the HcliooU*
unprecedented growth in the next few such a study.At Y .. 40 to 43 per rent,

years. This activity, of course, will be the present time, some areas of Ills main appeal was againstthe

in addition to continuing growth in the both East Naples and North Naples are / civil' rights Mil the-Senile now stuck because I
J for 11 weeks In
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City of Naples being provided water service by the ot a Scwtliein filibuster ,p .Ople

Naples officials several years ago re- city. It seems probable that other needed against it. 'ti I to e
what ef :
It Is too soon to say\ :
tained a nationally known firm of city services could be provided residents of feet his showing, p.111h'ul.ulrIn '

planners to survey the community and these areas with the city taxes that Maryland will have on the .news

recommend a pattern of orderly growth would have to be levied amounting to d bill. But who It will can fortify sat the now'Southerners with. ...... .

based on strict zoning and building regu less than the services are now costing 1' good evidence that thex'ie licit CIIICAGO AP) Conic'!: it

lations. This foresight has been of Inestimable individual families ;. !" alone In wanting it killed. Bob Hope has lecelved the .
If the supporters of civil nual national citizenship l re '
value to city officials in their Some counties in the state have delayed rights can take an\' solace front of the Milltan Chaplains A-

planning activities. so long in arranging for adequate ,;tQe the results of Wallace's: thl'l't'camp.1lns elation

little has been donein and it Is this In all The award was piesentcl
However .
professional 2 '
very proper planning surveys ', L" :,; :, ,; }' :W>t .. >, ; the past to provide an authoritative that they already had developed into an : ,< 'voters were against him. convention In Chit I

basis for overall planning in the unincorporated unattractive hodgepodge before the Probably very few of the |x'o' go. He was Heel for "tliele-,
InWashington pie voting in these primaries unselfish effoits to In in
areas. Actually, only in the planners could offer recommendations Today
any bill "warmth and cheer b '
have read the civil lights ) II'I'SOIlIIvisits" 1
past few months has it seemed advisableto that would have prevented it. The Best of BoyleBy In its entirety or, If they hIV, to members of the ,u'med

seek professional planning aid in the Fortunately, Naples brought in city could claim to understand! .til fortes
ft..
By its 11'gJllmplirationii.
county planners in time to permit practical and HAL BOYLE ASSOCIATEDPRESS Wallace combined his attack PARIS (AP) President

But recent announcement of the major proper controls to be placed on the explosive on civil rights with an appealto Charles de Gaulle will Inter.
those who see, or think they rapt his c'onv,ik'se'eoce at Ins
which
development planned at Marco growth this community has
of a collective noun." see, the encroachment of socialIsm estate III eastern France to I pro '
Island, which will bring several thousandnew enjoyed over the past 10 years. Now nothing NEW like YORK a disaster(AP)-There to bringa is Well, If you mention the WASHINGTON (AP) In the In American life side at a Cabinet meeting in

residents into the area, and the the County Commission has made its family close together finance company or the loan de. taws from Washington Informed He said at one rallM "Tills Paris Thursday.
partment of the bank, it turns NATIONAL DEBTt take
probability that Golden Gate Estates will commendable move to secure planning That Is the only nire thing I out that Isn't what the teacher sources say the Treasury Is expected bill ,would farm, business over, and eveiyhome 1.ibo i' MADRID (AP)-Cuban rots

bring in several thousand more new resi- help In ample time to permit the tre- can grammar say about school.the fifth grado of meant. to ask Congress to raise union In your btate. The leit gees report there are rumors m
"Daddy, I have to write a the national debt ceiling to $320 wingers want to drive this c oun. Havana tint Wilnn Cspln, tOIwom.tn \
dents, makes it imperative that serious mendous and inevitable growth in the There are only three of us In science! essay on Pleistocene billion or more for the fiscal try straight to socialism'Knowing III Cuban Premier Fidel

consideration be given to long range county to be properly guided and con- our family and me, my wife Frances glaclatlon. low shall I begin?" year that starts July 1, thit liberals, fivor Cast ID'S Communist government

planning for zoning, building regulations, trolled. our daughter, Tracy Begin? When a fellow gels a The present temporary debt Ing civil rights 1 legislation, wore has leMgiiod! her |x>sti.
Ann.As clear field on a fascinating topic limit Is $315 billion but this Is against him, Wallace's apKMlwas | She is the ,wife of Ram CItro
water conservation and drainage, roads, This Is something local residents I era It, this Is hardly automaticallyto
like that, how can he ever bear scheduled to slop to conservatives and rac, defense chief and bathers i
the should be for. enough. To gel through the fifth to ? $309 billion on June 30.. Unless .
etc., in county. grateful quit ists. lie said he expecleJ| to Ret of the
grade successfully, you need a Home Is no longer home tome Congress acts, the limit will premier.LONDON
would knock thl'liberals'
There is longer doubt thatITEMS a vote which
no any larger family. I would think a Home Is where my wife andI revert the next day to the permanent "eeteeth" out. (AP)' Quote of thcliyt ",
family of about 12
would be try to help our daughter dohl'r ceiling of $285 billion. Always he argued the civil The Rev Mix Wirirn,
right-of whom one would be In
national debt $309.2
homework.So The now
the fifth rights bill Is an Invasion of canon of Westminster Ablie\
11 would grade And the other far the teacher Is givingour billion. states' rights. Putting equal and one of Engl,ind's !Ieadiur
spend most of their .
family pretty fair grades.We WAGE PRICE The AFL CIO treatment for elmrc'linu'ii assailed
time Negroes In double Anglican! ,
helping him
I .o..t..h ers Say CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS that ordeal. get through no longer worry about again has challenged Presldl'ntJohnson'l harness with states' rights was his countrymen for lII.tl'lIIll1'r| ,
for labor and
getting our daughter Into a good appeal
probably especially helpful tQ ed criticism! of Ameilcuns,
naturally .
.... Include. a professional, si* h I mathemi.e College. Our ambition Is to get business to hold the wage-price, Wallace In Maryland and valclt "It is a:'vyyy! .Uuic>l>

llclan a doctor )iep"through thejifth grader line. ,. That state has been up to Its thing to lie an American tocljv
a lawyer, a la for the We "Neither wage nor price restraints .
Learning young. neck In the states' the most II"unrltoutnolllll'opll' '
A Joint ResponsibilityT Judge, an engineer a leiclcolo! rights issue They are among
tolerable In free
can't take It are a
anymore One : i,
gist an of the cases In which the In tliu won
anthropologist
a carpenter
In the
society except gravest na.
Supreme Court ruled out olfli lal Theare busy loinilng tie
a botanist
now everybody surely must have ity also. Partly because our own municipal scout, a musician,, a an physical Eagle tional emergency, and then only prayers In public schools came hard way that gratitude is not ,

realized that New Canaan's always regulations were lax in days gone by, rulturlst and an all.around Intel BARBSBYHALCOCIIRAN when coupled with excess stringent profits restraints from Baltimore The Maryland political viituc.1."
critical parking problem has become acute lectual. upon House of Delegates has been reapportioned
new stores and buildings have arisen with. the labor group' Executive
Far Amwico end hu On
As I by court order Security
through stepped-up enforcement of regu- remember education In
Council said In s statement
lations. Now if only everybody also would out the slightest regard for parking re- my own youth, It crept upon And a federal court has orderedthe
If want to be the Tuesday.
realize that it's high time we all stopped quirements. Moreover, because leadershipof 0110 gradually, It was a gatherIng an you argument just butt goatof in PAPERWORK Unnecessary state's redrawn congressional districts 0 I'll RATION

sitting back and complaining while wait. more recent years has not been sufficiently residue. You learned by do.grees. on one between two other reports to the government can Last March, the Martimd SECURITY
ing 'for somebody else to ,do something people. cost a small businessman $3,000to Legislature
aggressive, large centrally located This is nit true any more. passed a public accommodations
$5,000 a year, a spokesmantold
about itl I and owned Now educators boob the law-the &'n.
privately properties continue )trap and it's a House subcommittee on SUY UNITED STATES SAVINGS IONOJ
It must all boil down to a matter of child. And the parents too. They Come summer
under minimum usage. In addition, street to be Government statistics today.
recognizing responsibility, with merchants cozy them through kindergarten likely after midnight
calling for municipal action, town and lot patterns permit only front-door and the first four grades. before young couples have dent George of the J.National Burger, vice Federation presl- *

officials reluctant to boost private commerce deliveries for many merchants and business Kids skip Joyously through this sense enough to come in of Independent Business, set trS
the (
out of moonlight.
and the taxpayer wondering why thoroughfares often are tied up by prelude to knowledge hand in this price In testimony prepared Reds Now Use ReligionAs
hand. It Is such fun.
lie should ante up at all to provide park Cheer Now for the subcommittee's hearingson
double-parked trucks as a result. Then In the filth grade they up, men you
ing for somebody else To a degree do that reduction of paper work.
all space right. The taxpayer in general also should suddenly lower tho boom. All atonce can screen repair job Tool for Subversion

are share in this desire tho child Is In Harvard ", "', ',< : '.., -
But the merchant must realize that to see an increasingly Graduate School, And not just .l' v' < ; BRAY tROMLEY:
the welVbeing of his livelihood is at stake intolerable situation remedied. It is he, the child. The whole family ./
and should feel 'the strongest compulsionfor after all, wh needs the place to park' It Life becomes a terrible quiz Washington Correspondent

corrective action. In most cases, he is he also who will experience higher and game. Newspaper Enterprise Assn

cannot accomplish much alone althoughin higher taxes on his home unless a business "Daddy, we are studying the ( )(raetSitting
some (like Robert E. Mallozzi did in community thrives and can assume multiplication of fractions. CJn you put off when you took WASHINGTON-(NEA)-New U.S. studies indicate Red

Cherry Street) he can. In concert with his increasingly larger shares of that burden. you help me?" them down China and the Soviet Union are making increasing use of
Well, have IOU ever tried to their government-controlled sub
religious organizations to
in retail trade however he Lastly all must remember also that
colleagues
multiply a fraction after theage lots of dollars in vert underdeveloped countries
can do much both in direct action of their virtually any of the parking projects can of 40? It simp!) i m't bo government Having bonds is an in This is at a time when both Russia and Red China are con

own or at least in support of municipal be made to pay for themselves directly by done dication you have lots of ducting strong antireligious drives at home.

measures. fees and that initial expense therefore Daddy, give me an example cents. Red China has been making strong attempts to enlist and

Certainly, the town has a responsibil should not be so distasteful. organize Buddhist priests and Buddhist organizations m
{ India, Ceylon, Laos Burma and South Viet Nam.
Hew Canaan Advertiser "'-'"s:; a In the drive for Laos, the local Buddhist priests werea

ASP Its iREDMCI prime objective of the Red organizers. Once some

. EVERYONE WILL BENEFITThere 1'1 BAR On ET DELC! leading Laotian Buddhists and a number of local priests
AB"LONt.SP" were non, the Communists gained a certain amount of

ACROSS M E. NO. DAM A I T 10! ; local "respectability". and organization work among the
are people in town who There'll be no time lost checkingout I, 29 Soft drink ARK I GELATIN C religious minded peasants went easier
Lyrlcloem S The North Viet'
Nam
would tell you It could never happen, credit references and, presumably 7.4. Liberal 30, AbyiivUler .Ii; G t R. NOD E. 0I Mfr, marshal Buddhist priests Red for service regime in is South now attempting Viet Nam to

but Bartow retail merchants located little If any cash lost by trust- radical I or 31, Rabid R E. 9 1 N. S LV.. Bull, who led the

both In the central business district Ing the wrong customers. 11,, Eccledau 32 Cure-atl A S PER I TV. A S S force of Sioux Indians which n J5LEwREDSiAK! ? IT CLEAR they think a Buddhist priest
cal list 36 Dine I 5 0 E D E APE T massacred Gen George Cus- an excellent spy organization
the
and In the shopping renter are collaborating Properly operated, program ter and his troops In 1876 In 1
freely and
6. WE | without sus
\'Oallolo 37 Auricular 5 E. R 0 R 0 G t N v usually
on a joint project. In will give top-rank credit standingto a Portrayed 38 Protein of I N t t. L. I 13 ERA L South Dakota, lived until ni>i Ih'y too, that Buddhist priests could bet
those residents of Bartow and U Stuff 1890 when he was seized by ter "In Confidence of local Vietnamese who
of difficulty In gettingeven semi people
view past N E S T. ACC 9 T E might otherwise'
the the Grand be
police on SUPCOU| |
16, Moslem almonds of communism:
next-door merchant to agreeon vicinity who deserve it, and will It
River and was killed while Though continues to
title .1. Mss persecute Buddhists the Chinese
SOLUTION Or YISTIRDAY ,
PUZZll
almost anything, the current weed' out ((1)) the deliberate dead- 17 Fall Cinders his warriors were trying to Communist government keeps up several showplace Bu'

accord seems almost miraculous. beats, ((2) those who mean well but repartee 42, Causing DOWN: S, Small rescue him. are dhlst InvIted.A temples. in Red China to which foreign Buddhist lead r'

The magnet which has drawn are careless with their Income, and 19 Corroded stress h Identical whale oil calk *," lK 20 Orb or day U. Air 2. Giver 6. City In
these two far-apart commercial entities ((3)) those who get BO excited' over 21. Shape U. Terminus 3, Sheh'ed'lIconlln NEW, ASSET UNPUBLISHED: US' government rc

together Is a citywide credit "nothing down, years to pay" offers 23 Chaffinch 0, Alphabet cabins\ 7 Pithy .ii+\ : kM search"As paper reports:
that themselves Into 27 Disloyalty Inter 4 Slam coin a. Makes an instrument or the Russian state free of suspicion
About 30 merchants they buy pov or foreign
plate system. slip or particularist! ties' the (Russian) Orthodox
so far have signed up for the plan, erty.The I I J// J .. ,/ 1 11 oil 9. Command COLLIER COUNTY NEWS of Church enjoys the position' of a kind of unofficial department
and there may be more when the credit plate system, when It // 10. SplrllltilII MICHAEL CHANCE. Edit.Pubiin' ., the Soviet Foreign Ministry, entrusted with foreign as-
THOMAS HAY EH, Aeeeclate Editor, ignments better conducted
"a J 12 River inEcuador in
double-
deal Is wrapped up I later this week. gets rolling about July 1, should be- MARSHALL WVATT, Adv Manager breasted suit a cassock than a

It works this way:, each participating nefit the merchants, by reducing I. 0 British Iron ALBERT OPOLKA. Mch Sups lomatie" SMiatiiMn"lIh the 8overnmenfs foreign
tt : DAVID HERMANSON Circ Director
merchant turns In a list of his their credit losses; the good-paying Astern'e MRS. LOUISE DAUS. Offc., MI', 'Is the price which Ihe Orthodox Church

good-risk credit customers. The customers, by eliminating and difficulty / 11 16 22.macaw 8rulliand PETER SHUTTS. Clwi. i4 Mr.Publiahed must It enjoys PlY for within the the smlll US.S.R.and shrinking" freedom of actlvlly

lists are cross-checked, and names In obtaining credit or getting I :/: 10 0 23. BlushIng end' Saturday deity, In the e eep. .,.Monday ey mlhehn0rth0douChUurch( 'I usefulness to the Khrusr,
., Co,
which rate high with one store may checks cashed within the city; and II II :1 I. IS ;; 2. Roving the I"..,Col"rat T.. count' .Publithmi...... South NaBin. the amfe.K, church and its members undergo
/ 23. Absolute Mail addreaa P. 0. attacks
Fie 13940 as other
citizens religious believers
be on another merchant's "don'ttouch" the chronic don't-pay by 1 superlative 17)7. I
& to II
list. By the time all the making It more difficult for them to /h 26.1'oungiter1e Telephone Midway 22107 for ill THE STl'DCOXTIXl'ES:

boiling down has been done, the overspend their Incomes. 0 / 0 JI 26.: Pouch department .. small'There are a number of Orthodox monasteries and other
Rato religious
'
Subscription
names left are A-l credit risks any- Even better than these results Is JJ f/ JS 33.32. Gudion's ElegyN Sy carrier or nail. payable In affiliated with the communities Russian In the Middle East traditionally
// Orthodox
0" to
the fact that the credit plate pro // husband dvance whIch delegations Church of the Tsars
where In town. or Russian
r One Year SIS Si* Month $7 SO.Three churchmen make periodic visits
To these people, plastic credit gram has, at least for the time be- JI" id Cleopalra'i Months 11,71.. ual"The solicitude cf the atheistic Soviet for the
Member of The Aaaociatetf Preta. health 01
river I few the punlles
thousand
cards are Issued, which will be honored ing brought strongly competitive ., '// 13 35, So be .M which for I II republication entitled .eluaively of all to local theHae the governments or these countries Christians In region

without question by any of the areas of the business communityInto ., H ., 36, type newt ..... prmted In tan paper ,*. "Some obsenen Interpret the
well *> oil AP newt lapatche* sluts exchanges of religious
retailors taking part In the plan. a cooperative endeavor measuresPo Entered at second abe' manor ot with the Ethiopian Coptic Church as a Russian dt'-

Pelk County Democrat lime 27 ...,n .., ", ,..,,,.. ... 39'l Including By brth INc under Act of eM N.3b 1o. lh, sire dangerous to build African It up as rival sn of African the Soviet Competitor l'Dlon-lslam.to a more


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:Isles i Caprlr. THE NAPLES


BYGAIL WINCHELL Notebook

In appreciation of the book slumber pany a slumberparty.
mobile the residents of the No one ever sleepsespecial
Isles conducted a home-to- ly the parents.Mr. (Coatlaaed from page I)

house campaign and collected and Mrs.J.L. Clare, of
$48 for the new library.Mr. Miami, spent the weekend at -
Hobbs, who Is with Riley, the Isles of Capri Motel and George Sipel on Treasure Island near St. Petersburg-

Inc. of Pompano was down Sun- Marina. They caught sU snook Beach Next week the Sipels will reverse the procedureand

water day to currents Investigate In the under Marco weighing up to 12 1/2 pounds. visit Mrs Marsh at her home here on 21st Avenue,
Big Also staying at the Isles of
Pass. Mr. Hobbs waited across Capri Motel and Marina were South later in the summer, Mrs. Marsh plans an extendedvisit

the 650 feet to Marco Mr. and Mrs. Jim Balden and &iTTrM1tJ l with friends and family in Indiana
Island and under water. Riley, sons of Fort Lauderdale. They
Inc. installed our first water- brought in a good catch of red- THRILLED BY DISNEYLAND

lines and will make the connection fish and three snook weighingup While at the Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills,
between Marco Island and
the Isles via underwater to 91/2 pounds. Cal.. recently, Mrs. Mary Wood Dyches and Mr. and Mrs.
pipes. Gene Roberts and Paul Mc- BUDDING VIRTUOSOS Piano students of Mrs. Longshore. Eddie Frank, Rodney Jones, Den Parks
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Paullin, John G. Martin met many well known movie personalities
Mann of Hollywood Fla.,caught Burton Walworth, displayed their talents in their Jr., Martin Jones Grain Langley, and David
Mrs. John Schlotz's brother 12 snook weighing up to 141/2 when they were entertained by Hedda Hopper and
annual spring recital Friday night in the Naples Frank rear I'OFay penning, Vicki Belavek,
and sister-in-law visited them week-
their also Lucille Ball. Mrs. said the real thrill
pounds during
But Dyches ,
last week. They enjoyed fishing the Isles of Capri Senior High School Auditorium. In the front row, Jennifer Watkins Rosemary Ix>ach, Missy Lule-
end
and boating with theSchlotzs. Motel stay and at Marina. reading from the left, are : Pam Rossi, Melanie jian, Jane Honors, and Ann Rogers of this particular California trip was her first visit to

The four of them Hudak, Jody Hill Lori Golden Kim Belevak, (McGrath photo) Disneyland.From .

traveled to Flamingo Ever- CATCH LIMIT Nancy Rossi, Donna Jenkins Mrs. Walworth, Billy California the three flew to New York and

glades Park where they spent Cliff Sentz, Dr. Harold Shaf- then went on to the Martins' farm, "Johnnycake," in

the Fauna day of enjoying Florida.the Flora and fer, Dr.James Shaffer,and Dr. Council Awards Yank Killed, One Connecticut. While in New York both Mrs. Dyches and
C. William Corbett spent the
Earl Kelley's sister and bro week at the Isles of Capri Fish Council BusinessA Hurt In S. Viet Mrs Martin were interviewed on Wendy Barrie pro-

ther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ing Lodge last week. They Contracts For SAIGON, South Viet Nam gram.

David Hlggenbottem, from brought In their limit of snook, (AP>-,An American soldier was Here for their fifth vacation are Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Frostproof, were also down! last 17 killed and an American officer
two of which weighed over Jobs
week. They spent the day boat. Big City wounded In an ambush Tuesday Banks of Fort Wayne Ind. They leave tomorrow for
pounds and eight ounces. public hearing will be held firming previous action that the
night while on operational patrol home after weeks The Tides.
ing, swimming and fishing. Also over from Hialeah were will thirds of the two at
by City Council July 8 on the City pay two City Council this morning 45 miles northwest of Sal
hiss Rosemary Leach had Mr. and Mrs.Jake Calhoun and revised zoning ordinance on cost of paving Fifth Avenue awarded the contracts fur a storm gon near the Cambodian border. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wicks are really having a gay
as overnight guest last Sat- their children,DonnaScott,and which the Zoning and Planning Parkway between Ninth and 10th fewer pumping station and for The death of the Special Fore. time of it in connection with their 50th wedding anni
urday Miss Pegeen Miller of Kelly, Mr. Archie Calhoun and Board has worked for nearlytwo streets and prope ny owners the street and drainage Improvements ea enlisted man brought to 132 Festivities started early this month with a sur.
Naples. his children, Cindy and Gregory other third. to the low bidders the nwnber of Americana killedIn versary.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boyd of and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Council years. decided that, because S e e Southern Gulf Utilities Inc. of combat In Viet Nam since prise party engineered by neighbors before thay scatteredfor

Bristol Va.. visited with Ralph Thomas and their son,rankle. of the ordinance's Council drew a resolution Miami will build the atorm washer late 1961. The total of American the summer. Friday, Mr and Mrs. William Wilson

Lucado and Ralph Jr. They The children spent the weekend length and the possibility of a which will go to the Inter- end pumping of Broad station Avenue at South the Day for deaths since then number 230. entertained the Wicks and Saturday night, the 16th,

were taken on a tour of the swimming and fishing from the long public hearing the hear County Telephone and Tele- 138100. Halpln Inc. of Venice and the real date thare another
Islands and anniversary was parry
a fishing expedition adults slaved
bank while the ing should be conducted at a graph Company, pointing out will do the street and drainage Brown Objects
before returning home. away bringing In some large special Council meeting. July equipment used at pay stationsin work for $582,483.73. given by Mr and Mrs. Evan Feightner And this Is not

snook. A good time was had 8 is not a regular Council meet Naples Is confusing to tour- Both bidders gave their com the end. When Mr. and Mrs. Wicks get up to West Sand
AT THE PLAYHOUSEMrs. by all and the returnedto islts unfamiliar with methodsof time aslSOcalendardays To GOP BallotsIn
group ing date. pletion Lake, New York, there will be a large family gathering.It .
Ralph Lucado Mrs. Hialeah Sunday tired and Another public hearing on operation. The County Com which means that the work, If
L.L.Loach and Mrs.June Cupps sun-burned but wellrewarded June 17 will concern the revised mission drew a similar resolution begun aa late as July 1, shouldbe 29 CountiesTAMPA will include their three children, and most of their
traveled to Miami Saturday to with a large catch of snook. ordinance's recommendationthat at a recent meeting. done by December 1. The pro 14 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
see "Guys and Dolls" it the Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Perry no more so-called "guest Using the equipment which jecta comprise the first phaseof (AP) State GOP
Coconut Playhouse. They reported of Hialeah, visited the Isles houses" be permitted. Council's operates differently from installations the two-part $1,550,000 street Chairman Tom FaIrfield Brown The Miami exile felony was
In 29 counties have
and storm drainage ballots Alerted
program authorized saya Cuba
that they had a wonderful Sunday. came to see excited over the possibility that
They decision after that public in other areas results by the 1963 general obI!. been printed to give an advantage ,
time and the play was su- the new seawall being built on hearing will be IncorporatedIn In confusion and loss of gallon bond Issue. The second to the elate of convention Ray, or one of two other
perb.Mr. their lot. They spent the afternoon the revised ordinance, if many dime deposits, the resolution part probably will be done In the delegates headed by U.S. Rep.' Exiles Await groups, would make a raid on
Castro's Island
and Mrs. Jack Ippen boating and fishing.Mr. any changes are made byCoun- brought out. The firm summer 011965. William Cramer.Brown during the day.
Headquarters at the threegroups
have moved Into Tatu's apart Ira C. Bean of Naples asked laid'Tuesday he had
consider
cil. was to a changeas Frank Kerrigan of the local Word Of RaidsMIAMI said only that they still
ment on Pelican Street. reported that he caughta The final report by Harland the present situation Is apartment and motel ownera' association ', wired registrars In the counties war.
I wish to remind all eligi- 17 pound 8 ounce snook last Bartholomew and Associates labeled "poor public re expressed his hope that asking them to change the bal. Fla. (AP)-Cuba ob. to'rhelt; h :'iwua
ble voters of the comfpg elec- week. We are glad to see Mr. city planning firm which lations." the street contractor will be fin', lot before the primary May 28. served the 62nd anniversary of A shortwave broadcast pur.
tion Tuesday, May 26th. We Bean back on his feet after a has studied Naples at various Councilwoman Casey Miller Ished by December I, so the next lie said he would contest the Its Independence from Spain to. porting to originate inside Cuba
had, a hundred per cent turn- recent operation at Veterans times will be forthcoming after pointed out, that the answer of winter tourist season will not be,, votes In each.county if change day amid report. of sabotageand said this morning that com man.
out last time and would like to Hospital In Coral Gables. 8 ordinance Information" Impeded. There la a $50 per-day are nut made.Brown threats of armed action dos of the anti-Castro Student
the resulting
July zoning "Fort
Myers who has accused Cra-
continue penalty clause It the contractor the Communist dictator Directorate, Mill another exile
our excellent record. Jack Rambo of Tampa and against
The entire from dial of informa control
hearing. 60-page a i mer of trying to seize
Miss had slum- goes overtime, though the City ship of Fidel Castro. group, had burned hundreds of
Jurek
a
Judy John Boring of Panama City document will be published tion from Naples Is also con will have to establish that the, of the party In Florida, Is a which of
Tuba was the day on acres sugar cane In easternCuba
ber party last weekend. Pre- fished with Capu Paul Win- this newspaper prior to the fusing. She thought it shouldbe City suffered $ .a>day damage., member of a slate of delegates Manuel Ray Castro' first mlru .
sent were Mardi Stone, Mary chell Monday. They caught hearing date. just "Information" or "Na If the contractor doesn't fin, headed by William I Paw. later of public works, promised Havana radio mad no men.
Bounton Cathy Bundy, Donna three nice snook weighing 101/2 e e e ples-Fort Myers information." !lah on time, "he will leave Ma! ley. They favor but are not to be fighting In Cuba againsthis lion of the reported sabotage,
Reilly, and Ann Barkau all of pounds IS pounds, and IS 1/2 Council re-appointed four It was suggested the Greater shirt here," Mayor Archie Turn.r ,, pledged to Sen. Barry Coldwa- former chief but blared defiance to aggros.
Naples and Linda Jurek and pounds. (See photo) present members of the Zon Naples Chamber of Commerce predicted. ter of Arizona for the preslden. From Havana The Aasocl. aces and announced new preparedness
Joanne Wlnchell of the Isles. The bookmobile will be between ing and Planning Board to serve might help with this bit of tele- Council awarded the clearing: tlal nomination. Cramer's slater ated Frees reported that Cuban measures, Including
The girls spent the night and the marinas Tuesday on the new board. Terms of phone confusion. of 16 low.lylng lots to the only r. formally pledged to Goldwa armed forces were placed on a worker mobilization In Oriente

the next day swimming boatIng May 26th, at the usual time,, ., all seven members expired this S e e bidder, Marathon Dredging, for ter."There's effort state of alert and all militaryleaves Province Cuba's largest and
an on somebody's -
$1,850 The bid
was described I I
understand, and eating. I never called Could Don't forget to vote on the same month but in succeeding yearsno Plans for a sea wall at the as reasonable, and It was ex., part to give the Cramer Then were the telephone canceled line went easternmost
why they a day) more than three terms will La Tour Rlvage site and a request plalned that other would-be bid., slate an edge In the voting dead, not unusual for circuit. Arkansas produces about
expire In any one year. for a permit to build It ders wee too busy at the moment booth. This thing didn't just hap. between Cuba and the United 30 million barrels of oil annually
Appointed for a full three- were approved by Council. Location to bid on the project pen. Somebody very cleverly set Stat... .
year term were three current and specifications met UN. (Caseylngram was grant,, thin up,"Brown said
board members chairman ed permission to build a metal
Clarence Bauchsples, Henry B. all City engineering Ordinances.requirementsand frame storage building, 30 by 40 I .* * tk * * * ** ********

Watkins JrM and J. Wilson Dy- 1 e e feet, for one year, with the per- *
Fw ches. Given a two-year term Under correspondence card mit subject to renewal. Ingrain
were present member Nicholas was read complaining that pro- will build the structure on the

I VDIT WI'14CY Wallingford and architect wile truding nails in benches on the will Iiigram store Chevrolet cars In It.grounds and i SUBSCRIBE NOW I

liam Zimmerman. Naples Fishing Pier were pre It was brought out at the meet.
Named for one-year terms senting a hazard City Mana- Ing that Ingram will move Ms
were two new members, James ger Vince Wood promised automobile sales and service to
WE : wi Bell and S. Meredith Strong. "hammering on the pier." new quarters In East Naples I *
S e "In approximately two years," *
City Manager Vince Wood Stlido Indian of Arizona beln Ingram said. Some Council mem. *
told Council that he will havea the spring planting or ill bers objected at first to the tem. To *
JA't't "final report" at the July harveating when the aun shone porary building request becausethe
1 meeting on the proposed City directly through two amall steel beams will not be fire. *
aperture on opposite wall of a proofed Fireproofing this case *
purchase of the "Pines Block"from
four-itory tower in what li now "would be a waste of money,"
Henry B. Watkins Sr. and the Can Grand National City Manager Vice Wood com. *
Edwin A. Jones. This nearly- Monument, merited.
vacant block of land lies between .


old torn Naples the down.fishing Hotel pier which and is being the the- 1Lt. [. I QIJt olli/r R d Nt)>> i


Planners employed by By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP used Negro performers as principal OIA
THREE HEFTY SNOOK, weighing from 10 to 15 City have recommended that Television.Radio Writer characters Judges, ells.i .
caught Monday by Jack Rambo of this block be bought for off- NEW YORK (AP) Rerun i tn' t attorneys, policemen and *
pounds were street parking. Wood said he have pretty well taken over the, defendants_ald recently that
and John Doling of Panama City (shown) *
Tampa was not able to contact Jones, nation's television screens and I although the situation had In-
while fishing out of the Isles of Capri Fishing who Is In England but will return the 1963.64 season has Just about deed Improved enormously In *

Lodge. See column. shortly run Its course this area, there was still a way The Only Way To Stay Abreast of *
The season will be well re. to ro.
for membered for the coverage ol y He Hill did nut feel free, he *
s Nautically speaking laganIs zoning Twopersons variances who through appealed the the terrible events that started I sail, ''to cast a Negro In a vII. the Events in the Second Fastest growing *
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ship cargo which is sunk when shots rang out In Dallas i Ulnous role, and suggested *
Board of had
with definite intention of being Zoning Appeals on Nov. 22. that the Negro's position would :
-) recovered later, a buoy their requests approved by But It may be a memorableyear be really secure when such a County in Florida! *
usually marking Its location. Council. In TV history for another. carting Job would not draw *
1 ou Kurt Boqvlst asked for and r.oI son, Negro performers began ,, complaints from the ..enlltlve.U *
received a nine-foot rear-yard to turn up frequently I In, seems that New York has : To Enter Your Subscription *
setback variance for an apart leading, supporting and extra, not lost, after all, the produc.
The handshaking chimp", ment building he plans to put roles In television dramas, and I t tu.i! of two of Its five dramatic *
of the music world has te EXCLUSIVE AT RAR up on Chesapeake Avenue on the sponsors began using Negroes shi as. The series moved to the : PHONE MI 2.2107 *
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Donald In their commercials. We t Coast after a local union
the shore T.
be pianist Roger Williams.He eastern "East Side, West Side," which strike shut down production it r \1. Jt:.
Invites the audience to Our Special Jones received favorable action was canceled after a season, I'Uutus Productions Prealdent it or '*i \ *

come backstage to p... Individualityin on his request to changethe had a Young Negro actress as lleibert, Brodkin said on Mon.

the time of day and wring from of his comer lot a prominent regular In the cast. djj! that "The rrenders" and : Mail Coupon Below To :
FUth Avenue North
from to
his hand after each of his One of the teachers "Mr. No "The Nurses" would\ he l pro-
and this! kt Eighth Street. Jones plans to vak.." high school ...11. Negro due"rj In I loll)'wood: "indefinite- *
concerts, year GIFTS build a 10-untt apartment build and the series was renewed for Ile 1 Tuesday, however, a vice *
will play 70 concerts i I. 68 ing there another season president said both shows would : THE NEWS *
cities The hit record Accessories e e e Reginald\ Rose creator .nd in return to New York after shooting ,
I. Moscow .Is a umber Mayor Archie Turner presented Charge of acrtl4for "The De one episode cash In holly *
titled "Mlrol Mir." In Eng.lish Antiques a certificate of apprec fenders" which has always WO' I I. P. 0. Box 1737, Naples, Fla. .,.

this comes out "World iation and a copy of a City- *
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Jones-type number mendation to Norman Herren NAPLES : Gentlemen: :
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sstlsfsction ksrning to Section 28-34 of the City 9.00> A.M. 215 P.M. 5.00 P.M. .

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Stone. Stahlman TeamsBy < a (AP) Arnold Palmer .

; says "I find myself think SPORTS

DAVID LYON < Ing of the Open more this year
After Tommy Bennett fotlnt.with than ever before."

Scoring Stone heavily Builders In the and Stahl early a single, Rex Poll\ retiv i fo This means he was slowly and . . . . . . . . ..
Innings, Jimmy Haynes on the mound I IPubllx methodically getting himself

man Property Maintenance took, .". +' .. ready for the second leg on his
victories last night in men'uolt Pitcher Swiss greeted Pol projected golfing Grand Slam-' 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday May 20. 1964

ball league play in the smacking his first pit, h o\ar the: 4 : the Masters, National Open,
scored eight runs
Stone trouble left-field fence for ,i homer ,_ ,d ,y t., British Open and U.S. PGA. |
and had little t
first inning
for two runs. Rl hie Y lj,1,i I He already has won the MasJ I I I
subduing Publlx Market, 9.0, be. : Rateball RounduD
hind the four.hlt pitching of Ed Lester Liles singled, and '''->th tern The Open, at Bethesda
eventually scored. Lllcs double:! Md., Is a month away. 1 - - -- 1-
Swiss Stahlman got eight runs in I I
and David Weeks singled in t1::e Palmer was here Tuesday to)
the second Inning and held on (oran By HAL BOCK tag In National League history
third to account for Stone I.uth play In an exhibition with Byron
11.8 verdict over Tropics Nelson, Tony Lema and Bob \ssoclated Press Sports Writer that tops Ernie Brogue's per.
Drive Inn FinleY who Is busy formance.
run.Swiss Charley ,
allowed Publlx i I''" m,lr, Charles. He shot a one-under'
By winning, Stone has clinch.ed suing Kansas City these days, Sanford, purposely held out of
than one hit an Innlrik, aol the par 70, a score matched by
the first half title. The Build. ought to start his legal beagles Monday's game against New
Charles the
shutout was preserved In the over 6,800.yardBrook
have nine in a an Indictment York he could the
ers won games working on so open key
seventh when two Publlx runnc N Hollow Golf Club course.
row and have a five-game lead against an emptoye on hit. series against league leading
"Last I felt I
were thrown out at the i-ijto year got ready
over the nearest opponent with and.run charges. Philadelphia, responded with a
Swiss struck out 12 butters aid, too early, so this time I'm taking
three to go in this half. walked five.Stahlman. It easy and making sure i Finley may not have had four.hlt, 3.0 victory over the
Publlx and Stahlman meet at time to notice but his ballclubran Phillies Tuesday night that
that I'm
took advantare orrJur particularly physically
7:30 Thursday at Cambler Park, Into an old friend In BaltU moved the Giants Into the top
walks and two errors to KO: iiom ready, said Palmer. He added
and Tropics tangles with Stoneat more Tuesday night and the col. spot by one game
with three hits Inanelghbrunseand that he had done the same thing
9:15. llslon was devastating for the But If the Giants were cheer.
Inning that wiped out aneii before the Masters.Palmer .
The first eight batters for A'S. Ing Sanford the Chicago Cubs
In 11
ly 1.0 Tropics lead. Claude Coth has played tour'
Stone last night reached base, ron tingled in one run, Dub Hail. .,'co ._ o.q___ .. ___.....n..n______._.. __nn. naments, won two and finishedIn Norm Siebern, who used to do probably had to muffle their
and all of them scored before his stuff In Finley Cold and laughter over the plight of Bra
the third out. Art Schulthels hita nett tripled In two more, and Jim HUSKY Sometimes a little kicking makes the golf ball take a more accurate course, the first five places six times. Green, saw his ex.mates for the gllo, the St. Louis right-hander
Wheeler homered for the 1 1.IItrun He has taken down $41,673
home run over the left.field of the Inning. Mike Souchak, left, and Stan Leonard of Canada try to help putts along with their which puts him only $2,623 be., first time and he gave them who matched a league record
fence with the bases filled In the heels. plenty to tell the old boss about. by uncorking three wild pitchesIn
BUI Ilartter homered to igniteathree.run hln the year's leader, Jack
first Inning to get In four runs. fifth Inning torSUhl. Nlcklaus. The rangy first baseman one inningElsewhere ,

man.After twoerrors.Gu 'Oscan. Arnie said that "from tee to stroked three hits, the last one a Dick Tracewskl
) of Catcher
Making 10th
homer In the
a gamewlnnlng
Three Tie For la singled In two runners. Those green I've been playing very played the key role as the Los
three runs came In hand) ', Tropics well I haven't been putting too inning, as the Orioles nipped the Angeles Dodgers defeated'the

Low-Pro HonorsIn picked away at the Stahl well, but I putted much betterat Athletics 3.2. His flrst.lnnlngsingle New York Mets M, Warren
man lead with two run* In the Oklahoma City." drove In another run and Spahn won his 353rd game In
Ellie Had Wait Six he scored the Orioles' other
Tulsa Play fourth, two In the fifth, two In the to Years He won the Oklahoma City marker on Boog Powell's double Milwaukee's 4.2 triumph over

TULSA, Okla, (AP) Terry sixth, and one in the seventh. Open Monday with one of the after walking in the eighth. Cincinnati and Houston downed
Dill Fred Hawkins Kel Archie Turner Mingled in tti<' com -from-behind finishes for Pittsburgh 31.
Nagle The three hits ran Siebern'saverage
and Ray Floyd tied with one., two fourth.inning runs. In the To Become No. 1 Yankee MittBy which he is noted. to .336, Jin Gentile,
under-par 70s for low.prohonors fifth, Jackie l Mine doubled\ in one "I think I'll be at my peak the man Finley got for Elebern, Jim Duffalo OutSAN
and Rollie Rue singled Inanoth. by the time the Open comes
In $10,000 Pro-Am Golf Tourn.
a
liked went 1-foM for Kansas
I bad a will to learn, to City
ament Tuesday, er. Chu'k Kelly tripled| to send ELSTON HOWARD around said Palmer. dropping his to .267. FRANCISCO (AP)-6an
Buster Cuplt'l team won the In two in the sixth, and In the 01 N.w York Yank*. play and still wanted to put forth With a heavy schedule of Elsewhere average In the American Francisco pitcher Jim Duffalo

Pro-Am competition, shooting a seventh Kline again doubled and II'irb, n, ? II' \ my best ability to help the club. tournaments and exhibitions, League, Boston pushed across was declared out of the Giant

164inder-par S3 to earn Cuplt RIce singled him In. Sometimes I was disappointed Palmer appeared a little tired. four runs In a weird ninth In. lineup Indefinlely after a
lathe It
the $800 top Pro-Am money. Winning pitcher Jim Wolf cut was a cord thing t as because I wasn't playing but inever But he Insisted that he felt fine, ping to nip Los Angeles 4.3, Chicago medical examination Tuesday
The four low scoring pros things short by getting the next I had plated !anemic outfield\ at 'tf'I gr q knewI was in good spirits and demon outlasted Cleveland 6.5, showed the right-hander had
would off for I
each received $700. Floyd received three batters out to end the game "anoCIII; and T( route lice amine pop strated his golf talents for a Detroit topped Washington !loa suffered a cracked ninth rib
another for Tropics|' got eight hits, Stahlmm had to wait my turn. My crowd of 2,200 that paid about
$600 the when I imp up to the \ankt>esto and Minnesota went 13 Innings
showing of his team which tied only five. All five of the Staid - for second at 87 with CiordonJonel' man hits brought In runs, how I have no misgivings about Society of Dallas. 72. Florida State
,
it h were slim.\
team. ever.grayson bring the oldest catcher In the Siebern connected against
lug! Bfira had a great John Wyatt leading off the 10th
to be Races For Gals
\merlun league ever LeagueBy
,, III 1014 win It for Dick Hall Baltl.
'"" : .. season and was voted atiw to ,

.,. .". .. reports most viluihle ph\er, In 'p. rOil) voted most valuable player I Added To ProgramAt more's third pitcher. Oriole
., turned 34 last February 23. It starter Robin Roberts carried a TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS
J t the i w.lrll. for the third\ time
I could 1 have happened! sooner with Naples SpeedwayA 2.1 lead Into the ninth but Man. League.leading Fort Lauder.
Giardello \> mi 111..1Oll't\ tikeuw.iv the, job but ny JIm nez doubled and Char. dale gained a full game on sec.
Plans tell
to another club\ people me,
Reap or the \", Inn ,mdlr,,,nslderedSugar \ ladles' powder-puff race ley Lau singled to tie It before ond.pUre Lakeland In Florida
the YJnkeem! had such real
I His Share of BenefitsBY thing ahead of in*. Saturday at the Naples Speed the rally. day night by beating Daytona

Kay Wins looking hack I waited more Athletic starter Moe Drabow. Beach 6-1 while Lakeland was
HARRY GRA'SOSNewlpaptr way.The sky struck out 10 before leaving losing to St. 4.1,
than five years to hp"olnl'o.}; 1 first race will begin at Petersburg
Enterprise AssnCAMDhN Over Barns, Hut as Yankee catcher In 1960, That 8:30 on the quarter-mile track for a pinch hitter In the ninth. Fort Lauderdale Is now In

: / NJ. (NKA: ) side the $20,000 1 got for beat. Shows Little Stuff "'Vas the first year I wore the located east of the airport on Bo three-hitter Belinsky was for breezing the Angels witha front The by Fort a game Lauderdale and a Yankees half

The last Mignmt drop of Ing Rocky Rivero in Cleveland PORTLAND Maine (AP- mitt more than Yogi (91 gamesto Radio Road. Track officials when the Red Sox staged a combined five straight walks

", woikotitcot war just last April" he said "but I Sugar Ray Robinson, the former 61). Just watching how he report that the number of cars Hollywood ending to pull their and an error In the second In

dmntf up| on Joey (nui'. gained a lot in selfrespectand world middleweight champion, handled plt<'hers helped 1 me aIn ((3 Increasing each week. Attendance victory out.Leading nlng to score four runs

dcllo'H bntlcicd fine us lie In the respect the other won an unanimous 10-round de. n. ) and the wait well worthIt. at last Saturday'sraces 3.0 with two out and Daytona Beach pitcher Ch"ck
stuck It Into the split.level kids pay my two kids." clsl< n Tuesday night over Gay. wan was held down by threatening none on In the bottom of the Cole walked In two runs, and an

place he can at last call home. Joey took a split, disputed lord Barnes of Trenton, N.J. And his bat was: no Rood that weather. ninth, Bellnsky seemed home error by shortstop Danny

"Like this hot weather" decision from Rivero and is Robinson, at 44, showed little .. .. when he.,_didn't catch )hn'rt play Bob Dlefenthaler won the feature free But he walked Dick Stuart Greenfield on Willie Moblej's

said the middleweight boxing booked for a rematch overweight 'of Ms old' time prowess. He ELSTON HOWARDSaved .. outfield In the sportsman class and after Tony Ccclgllaro hopper to shortstop lat in two

"i champion of the world, nontitle bout against weighed 162 and Barnes 157. By the Bat I reiill/e mv ago could kl''pm. beating out runnerup Richie doubled, Manager Bill RlgneybMMght more.
Rocky in In Latman. Mike Daniel allowed
Cleveland May 22. Barry only
"Makes old bones feel Tail Bill Grant won the semi-
my from taking off and I
weight
which may lead to an engagement Latman walked Bob Tlllman three hits as St. Petersburg
good for the championship Ben Hogan Beats for that reason I do not eat, feature. and then forced In a run by hit. trounced Lakeland 4.1.
The laugh that finished aheadof
r this made it accompanied with the unpredictable Argentine \'(>U 1 and Campanula, then exresstvly. I try to stay In shapeall ] O.B. Osceola ting Roman MeJIas. In came Norv Rasmussen singled and
Sam Snead
perfectly On everyone else In the feature Don Lee and pinch hitter Dalton doubled for St. Petersburg and
clear that hisdeprecatol' with nriMikhn, the two finest year, In the winter I swim a
you accepted "After this one I I'm going for Jalopies. Mike Yahl won Jones rocked his 3.2 pitch for a scored twice. Leon Crow tripledand
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self ; "VondcrfulVorld' catchers! I ever lot, play handball, shoot basket.
) appraisal at to sit down with my lawyer saw the semi-feature In that class. base-clearing double to win it. singled and drove in two.
your own risk. and some friends and decide HOUSTON (AP) Ben Hogan Ca tt'nllIll1kf'd my hitting balls near Teanerk, N.J., where Don Mossl fanned pinch hitter Rufus Anderson tripled for

Joey taw your concern and who I'm gonna give a crackat shut a three-under par 69 Tues. and h* put me In left field and I live and sometimes take the NEW YORK (AP)-Th, 55th Johnny Romano to end a Cleve. Lakeland.

sought-In his own heavy. the title to and how I I'm day to defeat Sam Snead by right field and bv 1917 I was steam room for 10 minutes, National Motor Boat Show will beheld land rally In the ninth Inning Tampa collected five runs In
handed way-to ease it. three strokes In Shell's in the New York Coliseum
make "Won. and preserve the White Sox via a one./llt fifth Inning and defeat
gonna some real money plating: some first base This I still feel I have a lot more
"I been fightln' 17 year, from being erful World of Golf" which will far the ninth lime next Jan 15-25 i tory. The Indians came up with ed Sarasota 9.7.
he chuckled, but I'm not said. "The big champion thing he be shown next January on tele. give lilt an opportunity to pla>' good years In baseball and when 1 the National Association of En- two runs on only one hit In the Sarasota pitcher Ken Law

really old. I only say things mind right now Is how to on beat my vision rather than sit on the bench and I finish playing I'd still like to> line and Boat Manufacturer has ninth, knocking out Sox starter rence was relieved by Albert

like that to make old (censored this Rivero so there won't be Hogan never missed the fair. wait r'r'lId to retire from stay with the Yankees In some, announced. Gary Peters and reliever Hoyt Shaw after making two wild

) like you feel young no doubt in nobody's mind. way, never found a sandi rap, ,catching capacity Wllhelm before Mossl ended It. pitches and permitting a seriesof
You oughtta be with me when And that hit all 18 greens and was putting Detroit stretched Its winning walks In the disastrous In.
I go out to see my ball team lough. for a bll die or eagle on every League streak to four straight as Dave

play, That Johnny Callison- Rivero, who taught himselfto hull. Wickersham became the first nlng.Miami bombarded four Orlando .

he's my buddy-ribs me by fight has no style, no set Tiger pitcher to win five games, pitchers for 13 hits In win-
telling everybody he remembers pattern! of fighting, PLAY BETTER GOLFBy 'LeadersAmerican Norm Cash and Bill Bruton fling 85. Centerflelder Craig

seeing me fight on television "With him" you can't watch Yesterday's homered against Washington Sonju and second baseman Car.
when he was 12" one thing. said Giardello Tommy Armour League loser Buster Narum. Don Zlm. negle each got three hits for Ml

Joey'i baseball team Is the "You gotta be careful all overlies Batting (60 at bats) Oliva, mer homered for the Senators. mi. Rlghtflelder Ernie Yaroshuk

Philadelphia Phillies, Calli- liable to do an)'thing" Stars Minnesota, .391; Fregosl, Los Minnesota and New York drove In two runs with a single

son their regular rightf ielder, Rivero, a plump, unfightcr Dy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS B* Cartful I fingers hold th. chub Angeles, .36 8. struggled through 12 Innings and a double.

was 12 years old in 1951-a Ish-looking young man is BATTING: Norm Slebern Runs-Rollins, Minnesota 29; tied at 2-2 before the Twins
year in which Joey was fight. noted as a knockout artist Orioles, went 3Jor-4 In 3.2 vlc. CARELESSNESSal'l'OIIl11s Oliva, Minnesota, 28. broke It open In the 13th. An W. L Pct. G.B.
ing the likes of Bobby Dykes. but not to Giardello, t"n over Kansas City, singling Runs batted In Cash, Detroit RBI double by Rich Rollins, Ft.Lauderdale 21 10 .677 -

Rocky Castellan! and Tony "I can't sav whether he hits home the first run against hisformer difference between a 28; Wagner, Cleveland, who had homered earlier, and Lakeland 111 11 613 1I/
Amato. hard not 27. Bob Allison's sacrifice fly Daytona Bch. 11 11 .613 2>4
or Joey said. All teammates, scoring the satisfactory! !score and u
The record book says Giar- I know is that he hit me his second and' providing the clinch a end one for the Hits Ollva Minnesota, 54; pushed two runs across before St.Petersburg 18 13 .581 3

dello was born In 1930 His best punches the last time, er with a homer in the 10th got!ft r\\ hi'thi'r ordinary Bressoud, Boston, 43. JImmie Hall wrapped It up witha Sarasota 14 19 .483 '6
ringworn face says he is old- and he didn't hurt me." Inning. Doubles Bressoud, Boston; three-run shot Into the right Tampa 12 19 .387 9
Just before dinner Joey PITCHING Jack Sanford phxerorexjxrt Mathews Kansas City, and Rol. field seats. Miami 11 19 .367 9V4

erJoey won his title from Dick Giardello stepped on his bath Giants, checked Philadelphia on The ordinary tins, Minnesota 9. Jim Roland, who worked the Orlando 7 22 .241 13

Tiger In an upset decision last room scales. They registered four hits In 3.0 victory that lifted golfer is Triples-Green, Kansas City first 12 Innings -the most any Tuesday's Results

December The title hasn'tbeen 166 pounds. San F i I I11'' is( o Into first placeIn carriers about grippingthe Oliva and Versalles, Minnesota, pitcher has gone this season- Miami Orlando
worth much to him In "I gotta make 164 for this the Nat I ,;al League ahead of dub, He usually and Hinton, Washington, 4. won It and Hal Renlff, who hada St. Petersburg 4, Lakeland 1

one way but very valuable In Rivero" said the champion the Phillies lets! it pet too far down in the \palms of his hands andlKst't Home runs-Colavlto, Kansas string of 18 1-3 scoreless In. Tampa 9, Sarasota 7
City, and Allison and Hall, Min. sings snapped by the Twin ral. Fort Lauderdale 6, Daytona
another."I It's gonna be easy Ain't this ( hold it firmly with the last three fingers of the
haven't made a penny warm weather great for us \, ., left haunt and tin nulex finger and thumb of the right nesota. 10. ly, lost it.By Beach 1Wednesday's Games

outta the championship old folks" itt :-11I hntvl I He often is careless! about the way he stands inn more titolen, 14 bases; Wagner-Aoarlclo., Cleveland tfsitl.; MIKE RATHET Daytona Beach at Fort Lauder.

I,it ion to the hill He should hive the ball on a line Fregosl, Los Angeles, and Hinton Associated Press Sports Writer dale
t\t: 'titling from an inch or so off the inside of his left Washington 5. The San Francisco Giants are Orlando at MiamiSt.

hetl : e i onutimes,a bit farther bark\: but only in the case Pitching ((3 derisions) Pi wild about Jack Sanford today, Petersburg at Tampa
HEY tOOfC. of a It' 'il-up time should the ball be ahead of that line. carro, Chicago, 4.0, 1.000 Bunk but for being wild there's noth. Sarasota at Lakeland

ft i.a S hr Th Chicago Tribiin, er and Hall, Baltimore, and

Kraltck, Cleveland, 3-0; 1000. e fFEhI '
btriKeotts-Wickersham, De. / s

trot, 50. Radatz, Boston, and
.. Pena, Kansas City, 45.
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TlttEiWittOVERSTOCKED Short*art Diithrr. Baltimore 18 12 .600 tin Phllsdetybtaj$ U .121 INew
-, '.,' ; :/ San Francisco, .404; Williams,
I'lira Sound York 16 11 .593 I St. Louis 19 14 .576 2
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Overweight Runs Mays, San Francisco, Minnesota 17 14 .548 2 J7 13 .331 3'' _
t i MtuiftTraction 31 i Clemente, Pittsburgh, 26. Detroit 15 15 .500 3V Cincinnati 16 IS .516 4
Sciatica Runs tultH in Mays San Boston 13 17 .433 Los >
Angeles 15 19 .441 6
T ) Nedeeten.l.lsr Francisco, 35; Stargellf Pitts. Los Angeles 13 19 .406 5VV4 Chicago 12 16 .429 6* ;-

> ;; ; /i : burgh, and Boyer, St. Louis, Z.. Washington 14 21 .400 7 Houston 15 20 .429 7

; "if Hits Clemente, Pittsburgh, Kansas City 11 19 .367 7Vi New York 10 23 .303 11
511 Mays San Francisco and
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'." D. .jAJ.E."R..O..n"I ''O w ''''' : $ Borer, St. Louis, 46. Tuesday's Results Milwaukee 4, Cincinnati 2
: ? ".m' ti' Doubles Clemente, Pittsburgh Chicago 6, Cleveland S Chicago 7, St. Louis 4

.. ,, ; ;,.;." s 12: Maye, Milwaukee, Minnesota 7, New York 2, 13 Houston 3, Pittsburgh 1
'), : ; jJi : Wlf} I and Hunt, New York, 9.
y ( \ w< > >. 1 (: \. Inning Los Angeles 6, New York 4
: ; ';:: ; .. : ,' :)!; :F:; ; 1 otit Triples Santo, Chicago, 4;, Boston 4, Los Angeles 3 San Francisco 3, Philadelphia
i Banks, Chicago, Allen, Phlladelphla Baltimore 3, Kansas City 2, 0
,( ,> : Clemente, Pittsburgh, and 10 innings Today's Games

\ Your Health Resort 10 mile ., Bo>trSt. Louis, 3. Detroit 5, Washington 2Today's Pittsburgh at Houston, N
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: North en 41 Chicago at St. Louts N
,. 14; Howard Los Angeles, at Washington, N Philadelphia at San Francisco

'i" --- .., { ,f7"; CompleteVibra 12. Kansas City at Baltimore, N New York at Los Angeles, N
Stolen bases Wills\ Los An.
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Minnesota at New York Milwaukee at Cincinnati, N
; fel... 13. Harper, Cincinnati, S. Los jlngele* at Boston N Thursday's Games
JIM'S SUNOC ; Mineral Springs Bath Pitching ((3 derisions) Mar Only games scheduled Pittsburgh at Houston, N

Sauna Steam Room ichal, San Francisco, 60, 1.000; Thursday's Games Chicago at St. Louts, N
Gibson, St. Louis, 3,0, 1000. Detroit at Washington, N Philadelphia at San Francisco

i Scientific Massage Strikeouts Maloney, Cine In, Kansas City at Baltimore, N New York at Los Angeles, N

'M 7'6U:' trail. .1,'Centr.l ||Ji Sth' v.So; .M'', 7 nail, 52: Drvsttile, Los Angeles, Los Angeles at Boston Only games scheduledCity
; I.'. :k<: -.;, and Bunnlnc, Philadelphia 47. Only games scheduled

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Summer leagues are off to tarn leagues only bowl two games In me I 1.1.:1.; : spot or the 1.7.10 and r

a good start. The schedules wilt per session To win a triplicate you get a strike the pi'ie 1 is $:!:7.

\ jVjDMIdway also give the bowler more timeto one must have two Identl. There are prizes for 'pi lit1- nut If JI.

@ practice as In most Instance oal games and then their first one inioied pin Is part ot lint split ,

I there Is onl)' one league per fame the following week mustrn14th the .....:\I'I'ls tksut4ed.lflvIillliinu) in

I nlte leaving more open bowling it. Debbie Hasslnger roll. the split are oloied the \miirfts '
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available It will give one the eda nice 281.147. Jean Mingle tripled. I' () ,

2-2107 opportunity to polish up and be eime up with a 121 single and There will be another 10game r ."...., f.

ready for the fall season. Terry Kllngler 117. marathon on Ma30 it :2 p.m. "

Officers elected for the sum JVMOR MIXED Dann' Mul. There will also I* .1 five came "j.#

I mer leagues are Just as Impor. line shot a 493-169 to lead the marathon for the ttomen at the .

- lant as those In the winter sessions league. Jerry Davis was right same time.

Duties should not be shirk behind him with a 493173. TIM Doit IIwen tram cnn
ed because "It Is only a short Kath ?? was high for the girls lug of Phil Morse, IXiine Dunliim,

season." with a 394.159. Linda Hahnthrewa Jr., Greenwood Eaton, Natn Hunt
Announcements 40-Autos Repairs Parts 57-Houses For Sale
Wonder how many of you read lone 171, Jim Sheets) 183 and and Everett Bilduln traveled

PlAZA BEAUTY SALON MOORINGS DELIGHT Vic Marasi's column last Sun. John 7? 153. Fort Lauilerdile for the MINI'*

1621 E. Tamiiml, Trill LOOK) HERE! tral Three heat bedroom and air. 2 conditioning bath can day-the 17th? It was very Interesting Small and Big Fr>' met at their State Tournament. \Vben a
Midway 266723BoatsMotori Carpeting throughout e cept 2 and had to do with first summer session last Sun. about the rt'sull..no1111I1111'111..

Wondering where to go bedroom; Complete kitchen, Ineluding : "sandbagging' If you can find day nlte. The small fry seem Belles and BNUlo.I\.n Mi'Conke .

Accet. With your car problems ? Nice disposal 5 croon ad end porch dishwash.en Paved a copy it would be worth your ed to walk away with the scoring \ blasted a 622 series utlng! !

Factory Fmith Paint Jobs driveway todded lawn land while to read It.BROO1SlDE. Jo Jo Rice tossed a 101 games of 221 and 203.: Jaik Hit

BOAT BROKERAGE Wrack Rebuilt I tcaped PM.: Phone Ml 24104 after game and converted the 3810. rher tallied a 589.230, Fv Bald

LISTINGS URGENTLY Tunaupt Three bedroom. tcreened 4/loll lanaiand BOWL, Larry Lee posted a 488-179, 'win. SJO-:7,08, Gone Tvssler 5C', YES OH NO C>'piess Gardens beauty Sophia-

NEEDED, Front and alignmant lovely landscaping enclosed There have been many entriesIn Danny Mulllns 404 and Jim Sheets 191. Marge "Sub produced a 498 Nail pondcu the age old question "lie loves me-

unk.Sm'h lob Martin ChritCrtft- Ml J 3757 S.I.l Motor OvarhaulTrtntmiaiion among with e aturdy many cyclone feature*fence of this are the Junior Chamber of Commerce 416. Marvin LeMasters reach. to lead the Belles Ruth Nichols he loves me not" as she plucks the petals from a I

!L-! rabuilt 3 bedroom home on city water Bovlerama. This Is a ed a 203 loner, Bud Hogue 191, fired a 203 for a 477 and M.sry Southern Magnolia, the romance flower of Dixieland .
LubricalionSraiws and sewer 'In Lake Park Only Prizes Valli"ble Mlk Stacey 163 and Eva Hogue Jo Club came up with 4 403.
Boston Wh.lir II HP. Johnton 113.ISO. Terms available Call J.6.9 event. are .
Sr4UNKSMITH Chri. C.1tflfoolWilbu Polish 4 Wt owner. Ml I 2 4S2I before 100: Including I14 aires of land 161 SIlls Ttllman blasted a Ion* 208, .
617.1S20 s. .rfx and Sinners."on Snyder .
Gene Chaml>erlln203.DtrkElltk
PM. .
Don't look any further and a $600 allowance toward the .Lon.24.tS..:..' ''d.2.5L "t"'S Storl., C.b,. drui| |* C rua.r. launched No vim bar Si* purchase of a new car. AU pro.
I960 Twin US 58-Lors For Sale to win a lri|>llrjte-those patdiea MAJOR LF.ACUE.FrilIa'nhmttlt' ByJOHNE.ZATB
Onyt. II. Ingram Chevrolet Inc. tit goes to the JCC for their
4. hit hud iillty dmittt. funds. are sure evasive. George Tag. Scoring honors went to John Stall Airport

ice,bee.. outr |..rsan d hip to 130 Ith St. N. Ml 2.510SNiolai PORT ROYAL Lot22.. Gal various benefit lam and Robert Lawhon took 1110 fur his 600 using 212: g.tlnes.twice. I ITo
aho Cm b Couples
esi.na S Naples '1.. loon Drive For Sale, or Trade The Tuesday Night
honors With I""ltralser. t totaled !387
Dock. For scoring Carl Armbrusl
City Information call Write O J. Herbert 2620 POll league has elected their officers. .
MH4MO_. VlTSt 44 Mobile Homes Road Parian ConnCoquma They aret President FInis Rane lea of 553. Gt orge used a 209 222, B. Kavernun S63.: Bud Smith Notes
largeloT Fineillocation for his and Robert a Kavernun
S"ff. high game shot a 220 loner, Tex
Jack Kline
vice
some; president, ;
o Owner. Mid
12-Help Wanted 200. Tom Miller totaled 3S2-216. 202 Ev Baldwin 192: and Turn
,jTral.r with Cabane end ur!' way 2 S394. 5/11.101 sec4reas., Louise Wolford. ,I .
pert I orrentorsa I.. Nice Cert Dunn and Jonell each
10' Slitter FRCleston 191.Internal.
Couple with" no childran, to liva e"'on. MI t..UI 0' 1.2712. BANTAM PUPPIES .Winding the amazement ship and pilot. Captain Mike
complete
In at lining ,..ort. Domnticand 327.tf tame up with 4C8 sets, Pat Regiefcton
the the Boxers 7
up league orneregod llallowell left Naples at a.m.
general malntananco' Small 59-Acreage 460 Hazel Alirah.im.ion 436 of old-time personnel demand
Rant or sate: trailer lot ful. ,
alary. Reply Box 1737 A 4. ly furmthad '3i dn.. |3S a champions. Members of the Wanda lure 454. Dob Garber fired RevenueExamination for ,schedule and charter seats on Thursday arrived In South
C. C. New. ,..
1120,51 month Less than II100 Midway 10 .c On Immokelee Rd. IN winning team are John Abbott,
2.SMI. 1/12.1f mile N. ef Golden Gal EttatetII000 Danny Brack, Skip Geltz and Greg a 221 single ton Bill Dunn 192, On appear to be on the upswing Dend at 3:05 our time, turned
Bill Loach Realtor 151 Bill Overhultz 191 Man Grant and rlRhl around after refuel
normal decline
than the
rather
13-Help Want. Fem le Ith Ave So Ml 26IS1. Mitchell. Chris Yanson tossed
525.11,20biffmw"o.ii Juanlta Snyder 166.PINE September 24-25 durIng ing both the ship and his tummy
In
45-Trailers For Rent a 257.141 for the final league experienced past years
Secretary for law offica younf !I Medl and brought the ship back
session. Celts had 233 the month of May. Last
load typi.t. Enparlonc not raqulrad money! 10 ec,... |KO total. Skip t Laurie W. Tomlinson, due In six hours
Ml 1420 1117.11 Trailer II week with TV price Collier County Real' Ettata Eddie Doriey 221. John Wing LANES trlct director of the Internal week a total of 107 passengerswere non-stop exactly

RECEPTIONISTSOME tlO Rock a waak Creek Spices. Trailer II Park a week Ml 23919. Open Sundayt ler a 128 single! and Bill Bowes Many Interesting events going Revenue Service Jacksonville carried between Naplesand flying time. The 1100! miles
5/20,11 ,
TYPING I DAYS 3S40 42ltf48Apts. 123.BANTAM on all the time. Stop by and In. Miami plus several charIer covered on the return is the
announced that Instructions -
HOURS. CALL Ml 26139 KITTENS Terry quire alxnit the S ecier, liaztluDuzile today flights Including in ambulance longest non-stop flight for the

1117.31Houaekeeper For Rent 62-Business Property Graham his won herself a trl. or the TV. and application forms for I rip to South Dcnd Ind., shin since it was purchased In

Wanted, 34 Highway frontage 130 a front plicate patch. This takes two Last week's Sweejier was won hiRed ), thel964SpeclalEnrollmemEx In the Coinanchc. 1961, and vividly pointed out
P.M., Call MI 24104. Nicely furnittiad I barm Ibath foot Between Naples and Mar weeks to accomplish as the Ban. Lord. Charlie Unwell, AI HaJ amlnailon are now available It Piper some of the capabilities of the
apt North Naples 171 par ce Island turnoff Collier County The Indiana trip was the
1/20 Ind.I.14Help. mo Phone FIrst Florida Real Real Ettata. Open Sundayt65Gen. ek Gone Tessler and D.J. Salmon Internal Revenue Service,Room of the week and set Utile speedster, as Cart, llal
[State Mart Ml 21161 1/20. w..1f all placed In the event. 317. First National Dank Bldg., highlight lowell still had over one and
5/21.90 for
record
Wanted Mile Winners of the TV tournament somewhat of a flying
mall
Fort Myers or by requestby board
one-half hours fuel
Sab.1 l Shores Apta. Real Estate County for the week of May 15 were Gene writing to the Office of the miles In one day for the Oil
Wanted when he landed In
Male for short Order YEAR ROUND LIVING Naples.Many .
Ti-ssler, Glen Rixiine, D.J.Salmon,
cook dithwathar Apply In p.r Modtrn one bedroom and *fficiancy I District Director P.O. Box- of the regular flights
ton L.lt.R..II. Naples Apt... furnlthad, TV 1172 Jewel Box Avanua Waterfront Mark Ilamu and Walt Brehm. The 4193. Jacksonville Florida
Shoppmf' Center, S#I5,tf cable' In. Monthly or yaar taiwall. central I heat and top five each week will bowl In thu to and from Miami carried
round. Ml 24455. Kelly R,. and air, 2 bdrmt 2 batht. porch CourtDewey :finals. This still lias seven weeks 30301. Alaskans Tense upwards of seven passengers In
hreca Ava 111.ISO. Moving' mutttell
1/3.If garage
The examination will be
16-Help Available __ 1 left to run. I'p to 150 ave the hilrp each direct Ion, and necessitated -

p I bdrm furnished aptt. Near onafourthcon Is 80 rent of 210 and ISO given on Sept. 24 and 25, 1964. the twin Itacch-
R.N'I Take care ol rII.fs.o beech and shopping Weekly KSI Mandarin Rd.. 2 bdr", ... Martin i-r over As AftershocksKeep using engine
Bla i In my homa WY ( : moihly or year around. Mid. 2 bathe. central' heat and air. viction of driving while Intoxicated i I the hdip Is 75 per rent of 210. and will be similar In contentto craft which was leased to

,'. Sprmn_1/17.tl 2.3915. 3/15.11 porch carport Assume mortgaga .. was sentenced in County Court For the Ratila Duzrle, colored that held In 1963. handle the unusual demand for
Av"r.bl. .It., July let Ft.t".d Ownart Tar.. Turnilh.. ."i. No doing com II.SOO 00
Richard M. Stan are used If (hone pins re The Special Enrollment Recurring
U. S. Navy Vataran to Clancy Air condo StonacraftAptt dn. |1S.400 Movini. mutt tall Monday by Judge pins and seats. Airline personnel arc

y.... activa duty. Whit, *. maleaia MI I."" or Ml 1-2792 ley to 12 months In Jail plus $500 Examination Program presents still eagerly awaiting delivery
las Its St No. I bdrmt I
43 Electronic ttehne'ln.hun.ed fine six months In and his each ANCIIOIlXCt.: AuMa (AI'r-
Modern I bedroom unfurnithad bath fireplace carport goodInvattmont or Jail, an opportunity year for ,
by U. S. Virgin' Islands of the I'lper Apache which I:.
0 Over,mint at alactriclan and APARTMENT with" com 112.944SO driver's license was ordered tee Personal Income those who are not StIOIIIOYecertified Residents (if this shattered city
plate kitchen Soar beach and cabin modifications
plumber. ChilI Enginaar on ned who fchowed almost no panic In undergoing ,
16th Ave So. Aqualane Ibdrm. for the maximum period.
hopping m Ava So. MI
public accountants
Gable T.V. Inttallation. FlaldSuparlntandant 2.3303. Ith ./21.If ... 2 betht central heat S Martin was also given an optionof Still ClimbingUp the Alaska earthquake til March painting and engine overhaul.

Chief Engineer Tactile Construction Prone. ---,7 '110--'100--- air garage. waterfront |31.SOO. $50 or S0dayslnallont] charge nor qualified former Internal 27, have become ti'ooo and ap. Right now the delivery date

log Plant Desire relocate to Furs, I bdrm aptt Efficianciat 171 llth St No.. I bdrma of no driver's license. During April Revenue Service employees. to preheimlvo from a steady wrlon of the ship is behind schedule
Naples' with Raply AIRMAIL TV Air Cond 745 4th 2 bath. large porch heat establish the proof of competence
Box 1 6tIYII. Thorn*, Ava. So Ml 24U2. IIItI and air 11/500 SlOt gar 00 dn. Raymond N. fait, charged with WASHINGTON (AP Personal of aftrrkhcx. better than two weeks and the

.U. S Virgin. ItUndt U.mt ..f. 111500 mo with tax end Ins driving while Intoxicated, request.ed income continued to rUlllh which Is required of Their reactions have IIlIt been absence, of llic twin. gityljw five

rncM 5/17.5t Month Elliciencin., (IRIS' Day MOTEL. Week).. : FHA. No doting cottt and was granted a: jury trial. ut rg, Mteudy
23-Misc. For Salt I n02 or Ml 24155. 127. lit" It No.. 3 bdrms. Walter T. Wood received a suspended .' tkpartment said to. acquire enrollment status In order trials and a psychologist In an e IC
Furnished apt. lor {. {IS I baths, 92,50000 dn. MOVE AsscKlated Press
ran their
Inquire at 140S Craach p.tw..k. RIGHT IN. No qualifying.' sentence of $35 or 35 dayson to represent clients survey. Those riding Naples Miami
Sat of loll club. and cart Four Rd. /2I.1f 1107 I .00 month with tao end Ino.: a charge of failure to obey stop at all levels of procedure before "1 think everybody reacted last week included T.
tuitcata Land Yacht Harbor It reached a seasonally ad. : Hearth.
'Furnithad : sign. George F. Godsland on a the Service. The quite calmly and adjusted qlllt"wpU
T
sac Piar 5/20.3t badroommant ept; Lot IS Block I. Royal' Harboroverlooking justed annual rate of $483.1 bll program to Mr. and Mrs. II.U Uradlcy.
the disaster
Mule living room k'ch. charge failure to have vehicle under said Dr.
Used loll club I key well. Colt U of special Interest the pub-
raatonabla Call I :'M'j.l. en and bath Ml 2.3691 1/25.t' ",500. sacrifice $" O. control was given an option of lion, a gain of $2.2 billion over of the William A. Davis, assistant pro. Mrs. A. Williams Mr. and
Uc
/n.17,? .?eti 2 btdroom-Turnllhed elcencyept. $35 or 35, and on a drunkenness March and about $25 billion accountants Nation. lessor of psychology at Alaska Mrs. L.A. (j Graham George
Lot 14 17th Ave
No So
pots or children MI.UI7 Aquelene fortheexamlnatlon -
i braaklatt tables I with upholttarad : 0' MI '."IS. /ltf wetorfront, colt 17500: : charge $25 or 25 day$. higher than April 1963. Applications MelhodlHt University, "There Nockcrman Toby Carroll Mr.

chairs. Hoovar, I Upright droplaaf Swaap-. I antantion entice" 16250 Joseph Llsabelle on three worthless Person Income Ini'luiws must be mailed to the Office has been very little nuladaptlveor and Mrs.J.Losc.Mr.andMri.:

*r with attachmantt See at Oil 49-Houses For Rent Lot 33. Benyen Blvd High 'lot check charges was given a wages sularlen I rents, dlvldends of Director of Practice maladjuMttd havlnr." I iD. Carter Mr.slId Mr$.WC

tjrch,a Drive 5/lijt |overlooking 5.50. ; Gull Sacrifice et nine-month Jail sentence Jo Anne profits from a business, 1875 Connecticut Avenue,N.W., Private physicians said there Flikln. Mr. and Mrs. it. Kohin-

24-Mits.; For Rent to Charming beach and 2 bd,bank,,,. turn Summar Walk Myers and Larry W. Hall,on worth I profession, or farm, and other Washington D.C. 20009. no later has been a moderate to heavy son, Mrs. c.n. Hook r'J. Davis -

.ff'e'.nt .nd price IN Air Condo VINCE CONBOY less check charges were each riv..n payments to Individuals. than August 31, 1064. An( Increase In the number of e'r' Miss Natalie Love Dr.
J.XCi.LLi.NT. the of 25 Prnonolllllf'ome totaled $403 examination fee of sons complaining of nrrvuulIprublt'ln.
be.
economical, that a Sloe Luttracarpat option $25 or days. $25 must
,,,, and Drashearand
Alto 2 bd yearroun d. East II' Sib' Av. "Akw.y billion In 1963. Mrs. R. Mrs.
and upholttary claanar Napln' Good 'location |7i. Midway Ph. MI 2 17.5 James A. Reed was I given a paid with the application. who made .
J. Wlnkler a afly.ing"
R.nt electric thampooar IINaplat 23734. 117o..t $50 cr SO day option on a charge Wage and salaries reached "The earthquake had a fcUa.
Furniture Co. 1/20 WATERFRONT 'ot.l. 4
f : unitS_ an annual rate of $327 billion In bit Impact l'lntltiilflaily,5' laid trip to France and baciIn
bdrm furnished houte Hoar plus 2 bedroom 2 bath home of profane language, $50 or 50 Rules Prisoners
Personal High School SIlO par "' 0. Col. ell omplttaly furnithed Make days on disorderly conduct, and April, accounting for $1.5 bll Dr. J. R. Langdon, a psychiatrist. one week.Publix .
liar County Rill Ettata Ml an ppomtment to tee this ,.
2.3919. Other rentals alto Open oily tod.y.COMMERCIAL. prop $50 or 50 days on a charge of lion of the Increase. Must Consent To But I suspect It will not
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS lund. .. 1120.5t destroying property. He was found liosliles the payroll advames, prove 'II liavn lx>en reil bad."
M.n or woman wih drinking 67 lot 100' x ISO' there were small gains In Inter Another Dr. W.J. Opening
:
psychiatrist
8th South ,
problamt: Ask for holy by calling Avenue on Second Ava North. just off not guilty of a charge of drunk. Use Lineups
Ml I.Oil. Vititort cordiallywalcomad Highway' #U Shown by ap enness. est. transfer bavmeriti and (IIvl Rader, said ix-opln "roue lot he
Meetings In Pint, Furnished five rooms hon .. DOnlm.nt., Bruce H. Noble was found not Baptitt Church Annax on SIN doss only. (11000 FOR RENT the total federal judge! has forbidden" use
St at 2th Ava every Tuaa. and h.lnC.1Idu Ml 2 IMS LAKE PARK Nice I.bedroom guilty of a charge of Improper retired persons Increased and present dungi and theycould CoralCAPE
F/t night, at I.30 P Ma II It.I' 2 bath houte Screened tag. Charge of depriving against In the transfer payments i,,of prisoners In line ups unless address themselves lo ne.cessltle Cape

,liU..ER STAMPS Ihlt naka GOING ON VACATION carport porch .Serge Near utility schools room and Harold Whldden were dismissed category. IKillce have the prisoners' oir. that had to lot taken CORAL -- 21,000 ,.
good Imprataion Any ana' and *hop' mission "
Ona.day aarvica Collier County I ROOM COTTAGE -SLEEPSS ping, yearly rental. upon payment of court costs. Farm Income, ut an annual care of square foot Publix Super Market -
1)1 si. Court Judge! Abraham LFreo'llmJn
New. If ALL ELECTRIC KITCH. Sac N.pl.. South end Mode' Jeaiietta P. DUlman received rate of $12.2 billion, was town The earthquake actually one of two to be built in
IN. AVAILABLE .Y WEEK ruled Tuesday there .
OR MONTH IN" NORTH CARO. Homes 0fI 01.01. a suspended $35 or 35-day sentence slight 1) from March and It was subs-lanital morlt In suits hi IIMK] slime emotionally upnet Lee County, is scheduled for

33-Services Offered LISA 3700 FT ELEVATION. Remember. to rant buy er on a charge of failure to $600 million Mow a year ago. was persons, said the" doctors, be. construction at this water
CALL Ml 2 1117 / ,tfI"'bdrm .II" contact yield right of way, Unlawful use filed by two prisoners, at the cause It enabled them to forget
Summer NOUn Ion,. dream novae Lucille Otto Leah Brown Business and irufesslonal income City [>(-h.lltlon Center In Holmes their real or Imagined l personal front community in June.
Friday Each room hat .1... Virgil' Marcum Bob Jaeger of driver's license resulted inS
MOroc:3lh: sliding was unchanged at $38.7 burr They contended forced Did deadline on the Cape
PM. problem
doers leading ta large screened sentence of $35 or 35>days for
Closed Saturday 1:00: P.M. porch. Lovely bath with Sunken DEWEY POLLY Dan F. Splvey. Charles Bell received billion, a rain of $1.4 billion over participation In a line up vloUt There was very llttlu panic In Coral store, to require approximately -
Viet, Shot Rapalr tile tub. N tame w Sea Gate ed their constitutional rights.
of last
April six months build
year the original mid to
1/10.101 School Ml 231U ./22.t!, REALTY a 5Way sentence on a quake, Iliey ,
"T'1Hrrift. charge of public profanity. because .neoiil had no warning. Is May 20. Charles N. Johnson -
house fornishej ColT.
Corner of let Ave
Ue tTamlaml
38-Autos For Silo MI 2 3101 after 5: II p rn. Trail Following cases were contln. .probably didn't reall/e at flrkt of Lakeland is architect.

3/31.tf Ml 243S6 tied: Van Davis, Improper tag; how *'Vtlff' It was, did nut wit. Doth a new store In Fort
I 11M Oldsmobile. Super M I dr One and two bedroom houtetfurnlthad casualties and
misuse Goff worthless check ness many wren and the In
Automatic radio """,. Prattically City water near Ji ; Myers one Cape
new Goodyear Ufa.lima Trail and tehool Three to Buyd Salyers, Improper driver's (< In large crowds that gvner.ate Coral will have eight checkout

ggarantaa. MI tire 2-1411. Machanicallytound t/lltt choose From $55 from.to Reasonable SiS per mo ratet Ml Notice To license; Emerson L. Kronti, des. mass terror counters. Each will have adjoining
That the aftershocks havtttw..n
'"" 24009 H. W Watkina 5/21.17 Iructlon of personal property; and for additional
space
4
nu ThundarbirdHardtop R
IItr..hv. tr 1i Ji'W Jerry E. Stewart public profane causing: amte anxiety was
H. Power windowt, Coats. Factory .ry stores to make the market
terfront homa Unfurmthed 3bdm. Indicated In of 180 a
air, conditioning' Low milaaia 1 survey
MI 24104 after I P.M. ... 2 bath Include range. PoliticalCandidates ity.Bonds of the major unit In Its own shop
following were
.tf frapt and boat dock with
4/21
other feature you will like ordered estreated for failure tc residents b)' Davis' university ping center
tot 4 door hardtop.Power.
Marcury k i Class. Many Said. they felt The store will feature
pallaIck slj--
Vary good buy a cal Practically oem unfurmthad I, appear James Sims, Improper ,
lent condition $295 00 Cash Mth / t$ > conditioning and piped music
bdrm 2 bathe Brooktide home lag, $50; Richard E. Chrlsman .1 ,
Ml 2 7203
A venue Naples Park
Nicely located The 11s. Coast and Geocli'tic two Publix Number
IIIUD.Z1 All political advprtUemmUtot speeding, $33 Charles R.Turn. standards.

mfCi.Vr. .tTdr. ..i..VI. Phone First Florida Real' Etlate Sunday's NEWS musl be er, speeding; $23; Junior Billy, I \ ( ; 1511'1tI Survey 'at alrbanks said itpesrti.d II'''' of employees for each Is"

automatic. 137100. Ml 22141 Mart. Ml 2 SIll. or modal driving on wrong side, $35; Bob. *n. hat aftershocks strong estimated at between 40-45.
howe. Ml 2 3473 1/17.Ittpecoua In the newspaper office by tiW
ant MO 1/17.,10" by R. Barks violation of ; enough to I* foil could t* ex.
"' con.
;; 2 BR IW 'Ii' with Friday not later than 4 m.
,
I9J7 Ford Sl tionWagon. Pr peeled for several weeks.Langdcjn .
:: large screened porch at 1240 structlon and load regulations$3'Cecil ; .,
St. Pr be. radio, Mr See For weekday publication advertising
Embassy Lane. 1100 per month A. Sanders iv laid that for some Moon's
et UII Osprey Av. MI 2.2444 be public drunk LuminaryThe
muat placedby
J
eopr 'I residents the quake was fob.
lOUt WILLIAM B. STONE INC. 4 the day prior to $33, and resisting arrest with. earth is a luminary to
60 Tooth St No Ml 21731 p.m. out violence, $35; and Albert Miller lowed by excessive rjeejilng and the the Is to
5/1'.tf Iniertwrt. Thia la an ebtolute fatigue moon as moon
deadline and It U renerally no driver's license, $50.I Resident are becoming angry the earth. When the moo is

51-Wanted To Rent to the adrantifC of the ad. I I about the Impact of the quake, a crescent, earthshine is powerful .

verifier to place the Ad ai PUBLIC NOTICE he said, and probably will bee enough to make the
Oed furnished home .
One roo'"
0, college on yearly ...... Ml early ai possible so that full come decreased this summer or whole disk visible, according

I 2 2141 a.I 1M 5/17.11.2'. attention can be given to eachadvertisement. LEGAL NOTICE : 'I fall If there Is lack of progress to the Encyclopaedia
NOTICE OF SLIC HEARING
Elderly couple willS te lease nlca Brit
modern (uris. home or duplex A continuation of a Public Hearing 1k solving problems. |
I within Napiaa city limita Phone 'it la a itau advertnlnr law duly called end heard on TueUar R
Dock Richardson. MI 2.1... that all political advertising May I IH4 It tone,tfer the renaming _. _4
I of c.rt.n atreeta located .
1I1t.lt
-- be paid in advance Bilnr the, Bet...., 4th Av...ua. North and 'In RATESTAKE
I WANT TO RENT triplleaU check forms aa au.tborlied Avenue Mon. i a. North Late SUMMER IP
Drive. Broae' Av.n". North North
I i or I bedroom. fvrmehed orunfurmthed under Florida sUtutei. Ireee Court etc will ke hear at 2' A REFRESHING &

on Bonito Seech Special positioning of 10 at A M an lane I. 1'''. in the
I for month of June July ..ndA".t. Council Chambers. '). FUH Mrt-efeH
be sold and all City Mall Jt "JmrfM's Hut .fM *
Writ perticuler end Adg will not ltd Street touth. Ne I.s. Florida -- ,. .. .. ...,...v.v,
P. "' 1
to Naples 0 Sea 117.
I price Ada will be given the am A"CHII TUMNfM Mayor

I careful attention. Clue ATTEST Lehman City Clerk TIlE ILTRALCONOMV TOIH-. .An 11.day free.loading

II I 54-Trlde or Sell May 20 2*. IH4 ziti I tour of the New York World Fair ends for Dominick Tuccl -'w'fli f
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YOU IIGGEST VAlUe IN Will Ireee ecreeae tor Fwo TO ALL PERSONS; WHOM as he it reunited with his parents. Mr and Mrs. Benito Tucci. n
I vehicle Collier County Reel IT MAY tONCIItN. Dominick slept in fair buildings at night. and scroungedcoins
Ml Il,ft. Open .. a ku7lMl7rWAMI BEACH 54 FLORIDA
Ctttt tudeyt The
FROMLFI'11AEJL' IInd..ned dee Ma4 her Application ,
ADVERTISING IS AN AD I l/2t..*, lot Final Diecharge atCiecutni from wishing.well fountains to subsidize his diet

ef the Lilt WIt of principally of hamburgers, during the marathon hide-out $ 3-Vw WeekdJhtatTbtoy
IN THIS NEWSPAPER I Q
Jaws Slaufhtar Mahan Sr t*
55-Slores Office SPARKS. ceited and will on the 2Sth tn Dominick 12, from Port Waihington Long Island. Just

KINGsize RESULTS I of June IH4 apply to the County I couldn't wait for a promised trip to the fair in the fall. Cam.Anytln./JUCAI-U. Anytlm.IUMCAr
PIe t. Sad v Judge of Collie' .
Q.u4 men Belch ; FOREST County lorod'
EVERY TIME I MlWini Ml SS per Mo illS 3rd GIANT for a Final Discharge ea ouch It "" mr vH:7 WRECK BAR
II It. So. WatSoN 4 Sertieo, to) Kilt".. pen eeis,... a.- '
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