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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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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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FRIDAY, MAY 27. 1964 10 CENTS 12 PAGES 40th YEAR NUMBER 212 ene

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I 90 Foot Passageway To Beach Ar dThe




Moorings Gives City t $67.500 'Via Miramar' I



H. Milton Link president of lieu of I request made of The scape the sides ot the passage Units 3 and l 4 around the golf, J VIA MIRAMARx I or

The Moorings Development* Moorings to make available to way. In the median strip a course. It will provide for 34 \\e

announced this morning the firm the City beach-front property, sidewalk .will be built for pedestrians apartment lots, all "waterfront" ( By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

was Including In the plat for "a request In which The MoorIngs and other landscaping property It will also Include W .- ottvv.p

Unit 5 a 90-foot passageway acquiesced;' Link said, will be provided to makeIt 11 muliHimlly lots and :21 residential VATICAN CITY (AP) Re

to the beach midway In that "but with misinterpretations of attractive The passagewaywill lots waterfront lo- liable Vatican source said to*

pan facing the Gulf. our Intentions." be about 400 feet In depth. cations. In addition 36 nonwnerfront dtPnpe P.11111 ulll sam
create ;a fummlnston I to reform
This passageway to be called Unit 5,the latest developmentof residential Iou are oleiv -. a
and
The 90 feet In modernize the curls, itn
"Via Miramar;' (view of passageway The Moorings ls adjacent to shown on the plat.
width or 5070 more than required I r..Idllllnl t r.IIt.III of tint
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the sea) Is to be a gift to the for subdivision streets will I l 'I.J RHIII.III C.ithollr Clmrih.

city. The land Is valued at have a tun-around at the beach GIFT to the city from The Moorings will\ be this tl, NOe1TM 'TeN .u. -
and I
The will
spend$67,500 about $7,500 Moorings and provide parking space for 90-foot' landscaped passageway to the beach in 'I c1 :> l't>lnD NVT10NS; N.V.
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landscapingthe
upwards of 40 cars. Unit No. I 5 now under construction. Turnaround 0 \\P-Th,* t'.V '..innilllfe its

passageway. will be dlH'nltNll/allnll. ,I.'"' III.1 SlMlthfrlca
Afour-footplanting will land and parking for 40 cars provided.
Link said'the Is In
move rH Moots//? .\ Thll.I.I. (fur "' ..king;

U.N. pffi'il to I.-K! Smith. Mont

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G. U. Cannon .
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Found Guilty On Judge Orders Change BUENOS: : AI1US, Arcciilliu

(.\P>-L.ilnir li-.iilrlH .'.II'nod' li*>
Disorderly RapG.U. t ue slip lli.il MI-lii strikes. will' l III'

nlo|1'.1| l up until fn.hl"lItr..
lulu Ulli'n pi>v''iiinii'iil hoisUuYiii.iiHU "
Cannon also known as All fur a iliitinum, *.
It's 'Write'GOP U.Tflvitl
Eugene Cannon was found gull.ty I.)' l.w.II.tNCAON.
of public profanity and disorderly .
conduct In a County Court

Jury trial this morning and the Htn'maP)-

defendant was sentenced to a ItiirnuV 11I1 hi.11')' (:'",nnii'iil
total of 60 days In )Jail. hats r.nici-tiHl |>l,IIIH I In iHmlld 1

Judge Richard M. Stanley 1m. the rind In Muiililillli! :JJI.millliNi ."-
posed 30-day sentences on each For Vote In I'.S. alii.

charge and the terms will run Till' t""II:1I ,'t hiss' said .1111'1'

consecutively. The Jury acquit. tI". .11t1"'III1'1I1 witty this' (1111".1

ted Cannon on charges destroy. Sales was 0111:1.,1 III I96.I the

lug personal property assault A mandamus suit was filed ed ballots to be voted by hand and Is: precincts normally using lOtksnlle lrI hlll1,1'11"1 (tan.gtutl .

and battery and public intoxication. t { this morning In the county by Republicans In all precinctsof the machines. .salY'1s1 r.11 11111'11I.1' IIIIt'f

clerk's office In behalf of Tom the county. lit)' bad 1..1 l Its iii.' '' ttyslatus.,
There will be no County Court
Jury trials next week, but a full Fairfield Brown RepublicanState Commissioners took this LtE: COUNTY, TOOThe
docket Is scheduled for the weekof fjftj Committee chairman anda action because: there: was not W.\51 nSGTOt\ ( \P-IIIII.I istskisg
Law Counmfsshu11
June 1.5.! / : writ has been Issued by Judge time between now and Tues Cotmly the \11".1' Stales III Meth
In Poll Miens tmli,
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urn-lint
After Prosecutor Walter Soro. Archie Odom commanding the day's primary to have new machine I'.ilM fur Hi- It Ih,n..' OIftll..I..IIIII. IIf '1101 I
adopted a
paper|
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Sohl'I', ItlihVrsusb'. figldt'tsse
rested his ---- Commission to ballots jet '
koty case this morn County changethe printed.The publican to ininpl' ) ttllli I hi' .
lag Cannon elected not to lake PTO OFFICERS at Shadowlawn Elementary for the school year 1964-65 Republican Primary ballotof same Republican hand court under Voting nuililni'H lent t tlr lie 111111.11I .koft'n"(boll.11111.(.
the stand and testify In his own May 26 to conform with ballot primed for use In certified In Ui- CuuutyThursday III'' .11I..11I1It .11I11I11I11..1 .
behalf. were installed last night by County School Superintendent W. D. Reynoldsr were dgdnnldu' "' "11"1'" ..h ii ltoL\, .
He
was not represent.ed Florida Statutes. nine of the 18 precincts where and l vummliiNliHirrNsaid ,
The ceremonies held PTO in the school auditorium
( ). were at a meeting TIlt' 100111 walhl' .lOIt .11I .it
by a lawyer. The Judge The court action Is aimed at paper ballots are customarilyused too little ttnii it'iimlniNl la",
From left the officers Mrs. Pat Mrs. Vicki m.lte,1 I IIIIIII.M'
are : Ozier secretary 3150
pointed out to the Jury that Can.non' '
fore eleitloti tea. TuewlO, In I
will be
the ballot
used )
for In
printed use throughoutthe hiss wt
decision not to testify did Phillips vice president ; and Mrs. Ruth Townsend president. Mrs. Mary have new ballot pilntiMl fur themaihlnes. WhllIH' ib'rhilsl
not In any way Infer the defen. Evans treasurer was not present for the picture. (NEWS photo) voting machines and not the county on May 26. (suns .11'11,1.. "i11snYY'p. IIUhISIIMItIe'
dint's cullt. sample Republican hand ballot\ A separate voting booth for 11,11.111 r"QlIIt wall 1'11111I1111:

The five charges against Can. printed In the Tuesday May Republicans will be set up In The communion must mdor tutu Slate I 1..tl1"1I1, I'C'
19 Issue of the NEWS Precincts 5 6 JO 11 13 printing uf 0,000 b.illit: for COP .llt.III"\'q"l the rtMlI..I" Nish II
Don arose from series of Incidents To J2, ,
Bryant Ask Mathews Only
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\ April 22 at an East NapUs Rocky Mingles ,."". machine ballot ordered' ... : .... voters mid mix,ilnt extra tiutx..*: 1I.1.IT.t, upw4 U.14. reLllitsyrhth
the C0I1I111Js. turn to handle: the (I''|*'' bnlM Rllimstsh,.
CandidateTo
bar. The sifeman Jury deliberated Jarrard To Stay Losing printed by County ){
45 minutes before returning stun was In accordance with &Instructions Ttit, wi its asked! four i'II.IIIKOSIInseitlon I -
to the courtroom to ask some On As FDC Head !Make Deadline from the office of secretary Jury Finds !Man of time phrase' "offli.l.il. 1 \1I:1'.T1.Ir.I.: : .... t.\P-

questions of the judge. Foreman VotersIn preferemroprlmar' > Ceu 101(11 lA'. hard" pneswtl'
Among of state In Tallahassee. presidential "
Joseph Ray read the questions. Farris TALLAHASSEE (AP) Cov.;, Mathews TALLAHASSEE: (AP) John Who Spit On Adlal ballot;" "vie for one;" positioning ., C""IIIII..h'r, ..I tlti. Lo".1.... sen.trdtsl
Bryant he still of Jacksonville alone
After the judge answered them, says plansto of tint slates. mid their tummy, nliar11/MIIt\ has
ask Wendell Jarrard to among the four defeated Demo The County Commission.an- Guilty Of Assault .
re. ,
j the Jury retired again to the Jury levers so us not to uiiifiiHc, the hC"1I t''hr""I..1, I It) 1100 I rIM"'"
maiD as chairman of the cratlc candidates for such action
Florida tlclpatlng court as
room, and emerged with the ver. CaliforniaSAN governor voter and' positive, hllmtl''il'lion '' whll ftmghl' Iht""llh (,""IIIIIIIIII'
Deveopment Commission aft. met the deadline for filing his was filed today met In DALLAS Te. (AP-Rolert) >
special ,,
,
diets eight minutes later.In HoAutf'lt solemn Hut one Mate has nil 'reference hues III rC'jo.11I 1Im M.IthiWPM\ dthe
June 1.Bryant final financial E. a young
or report on his
session early this morning ,
another case this morning In Adlal E. Eleven. and the other prefer> rl.ilni' Ikea Jirn-H.
of FRANCISCO (AP)-Cov. campaign. and ordered to be takento who spat said| |
a charge Illegal taking snook told a news conference State law candidates steps son's face and called him a Goldwattr. Mlllt.iiv H.HIUCR llii'SW)
15
gives
against Sim Brock was dropped. Thursday he and Jarrard have Nelson A. Rockefeller maintained meet requirements of the ll.lll Ixt'll flitlf MHltlMMNl I*
was found guilty Thurs.day \ At' 'tile o.'nlilt
days after an election to file traitor Circuit Ju\r. i
Yesterday afternoon the case been traveling a great deal and his new note of optimism cleanup report on their finan mandamus action filed In other of aggravated assault mi a Lee County toM offli lain to KINIR! lA"OI iili.HKlHMil i'INIIIII.UH)
of Henry A. Brousseau and he has not had time to personally ,, In California's presidential prl. Florida counties Jurors assessed a lock tin 1.1 III t.1I,1I', Ph.h list wl..oII.
cing. This deadline ran outWednesday policeman. change Die ballot, or
mary battle today and Sen. cud when thin Phil, its.launchssl .
Thomas O. Muellerchargedwlth nuke the
request. The commissioners ordered .
,
for the May 5 prima: $200 fine as punishment.Ilalfield mathlnes and supply joois'r| ballots
Goldwater began swing.
larceny of stone crabs was continued Barry the Republican side of the 22 resident or Irv. wedappear .11I "U"II"III'h..1 swell
a or Ignore the lunges!
Jarrard
resigned as ,
Recently back. .
Ing till' .1.1r.,1t",11I frlpn the Mint.legle
to the next term of Jury ry.Mathews'
trials. There was an apparent chairman director of ."-9 commission Campaign aides of the absent report listed contributions voting machines locked, and Ing a Dallas suburb told a reporter before him to show 1.1.111'.111 I 110 ,"11,'" Issllr

mixup In Issuing witness sub effective June 1. 'A said Arizona senator accused Rockefeller of $347,929 and sending In lieu ordered enough print- after the verdict:""I am cause east .of Vls'etL11s'. .

poems and one prosecuting wit. -he wanted to enter prlvaw business forces of spending huge of $341,702.He Innocent of the charges. Judge! Roger D. limo of IIIIN-
ness! did not appear. and the directorship was sums of money in "the most de. Isn't likely to have any llatfleld was charged with assault b>rough Count told offldilx to

Ted Williams, charged with a fulltlme Job. liberate hatchet Job ever at. 'contributions left over, howev.er S. Central Airline on a l1allas'pullt'.m an. make the 1 ballot liancos or .I'|>- MMMI (AP) hip Wtlll.un
who escorted the U.N. nmtias.sador
writing three worthless checks, said tempted In American politico! when all lliw !bill come In. I hear before him ut noon hums C. CruniiT, H-H.i., M tflltI'Ihll
Bryant published reports Closes Ft. after Etevrnnon's United
All
received a directed verdict of not Goldwater himself tossed the the charges of a campaign Myers day to show cause shy they ru. U.s. Sl.itit Dituilinriil itMl
that he wanted Jarrard to Nations 24
Day speech Oct. at
are paid within 19 day after the
guilty at his trial The charge of "cheap political dem. the CiinniiHiwi'.ilili. ul Puerto
yesterday. Until
remain on as chairman a part. voting. Telephone bills for ex, Run Fall the City Auditorium.l.II. fuse.The
at Rockefeller and | ,
prosecuting witness testified that time Job after June 1 drew no agoguery" ample usually cannot be fettled )Its admitted spitting on Ete.venson counties where drowosaid Klin "h.ivi4nly splrrs'v'sd"| |
the checks were announced In Washington he'll ballots hail been manlpulal.ed Ihfiirin.illni, ulU t.iMrn &KWIrlll.u -.
post-dated. TAMPA AP South Central
denials from Jarrard so 1 am until about 30 days after cam. ( ) and calling him a traitor
Attending this morning's trial very optimistic\ about It." Intensify his drive for votes In paign and there are unellpeded'llpense. Airlines announced It will close but lie denied any assault on were Baker, Orevanl Clay mi' lieu CarlMuMn; I W.i sl.It's .
was William G. Crowley who In the June 2 primary. Charlotte Citrus Collier, nil A tllVIT.UICXITtlM'"Crlmtr : | :
such i ti Tampa>arasmaiJ. ,
the as those In closIng |
all probability will be C..UlerCounty' During news conference Goldwater will return to the services today but plans to re. Larsen testified however. her, llardve 'llemlr)', llernaniki, Bald< In 4 li-loiilKNiu, Intt-r-
Bryant said 813 new plants were state Saturday two days aheadof a campaign office view' friHii Wj.sliliittim. Ho mid
next at. Indian I River
prosecuting lulUburough ,
flights September
lume that he also
was dur.
spat
established In S3! counties during The last reports filed by Srott upon
torney. Crowley won the Demo schedule. He plans to remain Harry llelvenston supvrtnten.lent lag the demonslrutliin.lljIfli'M Jukson, Jeilernon Lake, Lee, the Mjlo drpjrtnioiii was "play
of Lakeland Fred Karl
Increase of Kelly ofDaytona
six cent
1963 an per almost without a break lug fin**" with alas
cratlc nomination over Walter In Tampa uf the Ocal.. was tried C41 tine Manatee, Martin Nassau Oka. rrp'irls
Beach and Fred Dick
196% said the
Condon by a handful of votes May over Bryant figures until the primary. Inson of West Palm who based carrier said the line would charge Involving Larsen bo.. lonsa,0ketrhobee OsieoU Pas'o jrrnn tailio '''1,11"11" 4 tune: ni-ur
the final totals Beach
5, and he Is unopposed in the fall the development were commission.Dade from. Rockefeller has reached thou. along with Mathews were out continue:: !! to operate two flights cause an offense, against a policeman (' Polk Putnam Santa Rosa, Rjmoy Air fnrio Base, P x'rtirHi
election. sands of people In a four-day Ocala Seminole St. John. and Wilton. ,'''.
tally between and Jack carried
of the running, came In a da) a more sever
County he said, re- statewide tour. He has played lonville and three be.
daily
penalty than one Involving
or so before the May 3 voting :
down formal and
Former celved 351 new businesses an speeches seen Miami and Key West, Stevenson
Building
Increase of 2t per cent. played up getting out among

Chief Cited For Generally Bryant said, Flor.Ida's the Thursday voters. he greeted hundreds Supersonic Boom Must End Poverty Racial

Industrial progress was of workers in telephone ,
a Freano *
Not Having PermitIDAHO good over the year. Employment company office danced Gives New Jersey '/ I

FALLS Idaho (AP) was up throughout the with several women at the Senior LBJ Declares
-Alva C. Harris has been citedIn state, especially In urban arena Citizens Center and spokeIn Residents Scare Injustice

an Idaho Falls City Court Spanish to Latin-American MCGUIRE AIR FORCE BASE, ,

complaint for failure to obtain a Bonita Beach Man students at the University of the N.J. (AP)-A low level supersonic : D) FRANK COUMIEH live, hut they remain together

building permit. Pacific In Stockton and rode In boom startled residents of a ANN AHBOII, Mil h. OP)- In order to live the, good IIf..''
He's the former city building Breaks Pelvis In a motorcade through the San three New Jere> counties early President Johnson marked' lire The President inhluds "It Is

commissioner Fall Off Scaffold Francisco East Bay area. I today and touched off report end of his first six month In harder and' harder to live the
The New York governor stud of t huge explosion In the '-en office today by making a flying. good life In American cities"

Bank Exchanges William Vlnzek of Bonita for nearly three hours to shake tral shore area of the stair, visit to Michigan' and mixing, Johnson Harmed. to spend .'/4.
6,000 to 7,000 hands at a rerep. by a plane participating in in politlis and I'lilloviph' ). hour In Michigan flying first_
Beach received fractured
Dollar Bills For a pelvis don In Oakland similar to one Air Force training tJCt'r"IM, an Johnson, In a phllosofihlral from Washington to Detroit by
Thursday In a fall from a in Anaheim the night before. Air Force spokesman sjid. speech ,prepared forsommen'ermen jet then changing" to a hellrop.ler ..

98 Cents In Coin scaffold.He Rounding out a 14-hour day, he The ailed Run exerMses at the fnlversl- for the hop to Ann Arbor to
was found a short time dropped In un a Negro teMaur exercise, Top .a of Michigan declared, that
l receive degree
ly an honorary
LANCASTER Pa. (AP)-The 4, Is a joint operation i the
|
ant to
later speak briefly with Oak.
by Fr. Joseph Beaumont the challenge of the next half The President was due backIn
''
Lancaster County Farmers National Strateflr Air Command In. theAir .
land leaders.Rockefether .
of St. Leo's Catholic Church Negro century I II whether the nation Washington In plenty of lime
Bank, In an effort to com. Defense Command, in
and rushed to Naples Community declared he feelsa t has the wisdom to use Its wealth for tonight's annual dinner of
coin .
bat the shortage, is giving growing enthusiasm for his which subsonic and suitfoni, :
enrich and elevate our na. the
"to Whit.bUM Correspondents
customers a $1 bill for each 98 Hospital where hU condi- rare for California's 86 booms, both at high and low iltitudes
RlJubeIIcan
:'cents In coins.. tion Is reported good. delegates would : quality of American dvlllia. Johnson In his Ann Arbor sd

:lion." dress, announced h* will create

"The great society," he said, working groups to prepare a.

I U.S. To Widen Military In SE AsiaWASHINGTON "rest on abundance and llher. series of conferences "on the:,
Operations ly I for all tt demands an end cities on natural beauty, on the

to poverty and racial Injusticebut quality of education, and on

(AP) The government agree such help 1* would reach a showdown stage Department ThurtiU f
start of V& jet reconnaissance necessary, and direct military if dlplomacr fails to find a "a. Radio brad.at rt Johnson pictured the great The President added that sot;
flights over Red threatened I intervention In Laos itself out of the present crisis. that Communist Path !t I society as an affluent cultured mutton of such problem wo.U4:

Laos may be only the first 01 I Further steps will be ordered Events could develop quickl'however troops had fired on is" IV. H msls, "where man can renew not rest "on a massive program

several actions enlarging Amer. officials said, if the situation depending on what the plane flying our the P: 'Ie contact with nature" and where in Washington" Dor solely on'
Ican military operations In continues to deteriorate.In Communist decide to do. des Jarres. it. !people "art more concerned the resources of local authority.
Southeast Asia, official said another development not president Johnson and Serre. with the quality of their goals lie said there must be cooper
The Slate '' Mid: ". creative fader
Department than the quantity of their tlon through
today. necessarily connected with the nary of State Dean Rusk were
the United had undertaken between the national
Faced with Communist advances Laotian crisis, a Navy carrier described as still hopeful that Salt gouda allsm,
posing Increasingly serl.on squadron has left the Indian diplomatic pressures on the the reconnaissance night in -- This would be a place, he capital and the leaden of local,

threat to Lao and neighuoring Ocean and rejoined the main Communist powers and the response to s request from the POPPY* DAY la here again Part of the Memorial I said, of completely rebuilt communities."

South Viet Mam, UA body of the UA 7th Fleet in the prospect of greater U.S. mill Lao government. Day picture in the United States U the ::ltl.s, unspoiled countryside "A second place where we$e.

policymakers have been eonsid. Pacific It was learned today tary involvement In the area A spokesman declared that vendors of the Flanders These and bustling classrooms. gin to build the great"society lain
presence poppy.
acing a wide variety of moves, B bring to three the force of would cause the Communists to the information gained from the "In the next 40 years," he our countryside he said
saleswomen from the American Lemon Auxiliaryare I said, "we must rebuild the en- "We have always prided our
flights
UclndlnciSrtkes big attack carriers In Far East stop their offensive campaign could\ be turned our
against North Viet era water. against the forces of the neutralist both to l. Laotian governmentand all set for the annual sale which tans today I ire urban United Mates,. selves on being not only Amer.

Mesa, dispatch of more air and Officials said they were not Laotian government. to the International Control and lasts through tomorrow Here are Mrs. James Johnson quot'd tilt phfloso. lea the strong but America the,

sea power Into the area, landing certain bow quickly the eon The. reconnaissance flight Commission formed by India, Nebus and l little Miss Janet Nebus 2. and Mrs. p her Aristotle that "men com beautiful. Today that beauty ,lain ,

of tortee U Thailand If the Thai frontation In Southeast Asia were announced by the State Caaada and Poland. Everett Fager. (NEWS photo) jgether la cities In order to danger" ..





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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS FrIJty. May 22, W4
Dixie Baptists

later was appointed vice mod. CHURCH

Negro Named erator. Reject PolicyOf YOUR
"In this measure at least,"
said Dr. Blake, "we have become
color blind. It marks the IntegrationATLANTIC DIRECTORY w

Moderator OfPresbyterians direction In which the church in.. I
tends to go." CITY N.J. (AP) ',
United Presbyterian leadersare Southern Baptist have re.
under attack from some of jected an endorsement of FIRST ASSEMBLY
FULL GOSPEL
the Presbyteries for their partin church Integration and left the OF GOD I
racial demonstrations. Dr. Issue up to member churches. COMMUNITY CHURCH Sliadowlawn Avt., E. NapleRer I
Blake was arrested near Bait! sit "It ts our conviction that the Don Paulson, Pastor Rev H. M. Snow :

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.. more almost a year ago in a final solution to these problem Rev George Paulson, Sunday School 10 a.m.
(AP-Edler G. Hawkins nervously > march on a segregated amuse. must come on the local level," Aailitant Paulo Morning Worship II a.m.
.
l
fingered the two silver ment park. And the Rev. Mr. 4 said a polio statement adopted Dominion Dr., Avalon Estates Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
crosses, fused and hung from I t Hawkins Joined In demonstrations Thursday b>' messenger (dele
long chain around his neck. at a diner In the Bronx. gates) to the Southern Baptist South Naples Youth ServiceTuesdsy

"Yes, I'll march on the tinsspin i "We have a long way to go," ILI C Convention largest Protestant: Sunday School 1000; a.m. at 7:30: p.m. ,l
," he said, "/f the occa.. the new moderator said, "and a body In the United States Morning Worship 11 a.m. Mid-Week Service Thursday
lion demands It. One belongingto ; m)' first concern Is tl, bring all In contrast, the American Sunday Evening 7 p.m. at 7:30: p.m.

a minority has a kind of i>gale> the resources of our church to __ (Northern) Baptist Conventionwas W.i Player Service 730pm.: _
cia understanding of what hap.. hear for the passage of the
pens." rights bill stalemated In the ROLE TO HIS LIKING-Actor Don Murray, right. is the reel-life counter-part of the resolution today calling for par. CENTRAL P 0 Box 214 Naples, Fla.
His eyes glistened and he i. Senate." real.life Dr, Norman Vincent Peale. left. They are shown on set of Murray's new movie ticlpation In demonstrations for BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Bealrd Pastor
measured his words. Of the 3.3 I The fused Celtic crosses he One Man's Way" in which he plays Dr. Peale. civil rights and support of the Now meeting Maionic Temple liominlon Rd., Avalon Estates
million members of the United I I fingered are a talisman of an. civil rights bill pending In theo
----- -- --- North On The Trail Eait Naples
Presbyterian Church In (the other major concern: The Pres. Senate.
U.S.A., he I* erne of the 5 percent 1 bjterlan Church tit Scotland Southern Baptists The conventions holding Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES

who are Negroes; and the i. gave the crosses several years 2,745,000 Have Paid Visit separate meetings, birth planned Rrv. Oscar MrCollum Ttibte School 10:00 am.
church' General Assembly had I I ago In the moderators erf Study Closer Ties to take up proposals opposing Sunray Services Morning Worship 11:00: am.

Just elected him its modcrdtor. the three main: Presbyterian any change in the L'.S. Constitution Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Service 0 7:00 p.m.
For the first time, a Negni i, bram hen'! In the United States. With Other Groups because of the school Worship Service I 11 I.n'. Evening Worship 8:00 pm.

would l he "chairman of Iheboard" Two were fused after the ATL.\XTIC CITY, :X.J. CAP) To JFK Grave In 6 Months prayer controversy.Both Bible duties G.30 WED. EVENING SERV
for a year and speak In i merger which resulted In the Southern Baptists approved groups, together with pm. Biblo Study and
unison with Dr. tup-no: Carson United Presbyterian Church inline overwhelming i,I todai'regionof five other Baptist denomlna. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Service 7:30: pm.

Blako, the assembly's Stated U.S.A. In 1I! ',8. The other iiihold i,I a teniiorarx[ committee to WASHINGTON (AP-In the temporary base covered with an lions, Join in a program IMMOKALEE Choir Prnctic 8:15: pm.
Clerk and chief executive offl.,. b)' the moderator of tine i I IPrpbhll'rlJn study loser ties with other six months since his death, artlftcUl green grass carpet. celebrating their 150th: an. METHODIST CHURCH

-err. Church In the U.S., Balst 1 | |roui", A proposal fort kings, queens, presidents and an bright In the sunshine of the nlversary today. TRINIfY.BY.THE.COVEEPISCOPAL
The Rev. Mr. Hawkins Is !51,,, the dominant hotly In the South. .: |*rmanenl committee had estimated 2,743,000: persons spring day and soft In the blue i, A block of Deep South minis. Rca Richard lion, Pastor CHURCH
and In 2C yearn under his nu n. The Rev Mr. Hawkins, fleet. I I wen cplejl| .d Wednesday. have climbed up the gentle floodlight of the night. tern led the fight against South. SUNDAY Port Royal

Istry Et. Augustine Proshjtcrl.in, pel moderator Thursday, ro. The ai|>roval) rime on a standing slope to John F. Kenned's During the winter, fresh green i I ern convention endorsement of Morning Worship, 8:30: A 11 Hit Krv. Ilirhard T. LambertSundny
Church In Now York's rullXhas ;: cc-lvc-d 4C":; of tho 833 vote In a I Ii II vote whic'h apared| to be grave boughs covered the base. Each,I churches that open their doors Sunday School, 9:45 am. Services
grown front nine mends'*i I (:0111'1,1Io'lih the- Rev A. Ray I ICanute more thin 2.1 In favor of the Now and then members of evening guards found among the, to Negroes as recommended by Jr. Intermediate and Sr.
to more than a thous.uiil. of t.rlo; Pa. | committee which | the convention's Christian Life Holy Communion. 8 nm.Fanily .
: : temporary: | the Kennedy family slipped In boughs a few mementos tossed M.Y.F* 6:30
Iris election wlll'lx) moredo.., The, assembly cOillnul'K'IIlroll will report next )eolf. among the tourists who standat there-rosaries, crosses, sometimes .. Commission. Evening Worship, 7m0 p.m. Worship, Church
qui-iit' than uiy sprmmi,," said !;h Thursdi)'. The Rev. Howard Hovde, the low while picket fence bracelets and even dolls, The commission alsoproposed TUESDAY School end Sermon-1000: am.

J. Vf'rnoll Lloyd, an altornifruni -!y _________ i Madison, N.J., had urged the that encloses\ the graveslte In probably put there by children'| a pledge "to support the laws Men's Prayer Service 7 pm. Wednesday
Danville, Calif., whip put !Southern Baptists to, In some Arlington National Cemetery j But the boughs dried out toe) designed to guarantee the legal Choir Practice, 8:00 pm. Holy Communion, 9:30 a.m.
Iliwklns In nun inatlr,, and UNDAMAGED BY WAIT I measure, rectify the actionWPdnesdaj Such a one was Sen. Edward fast In the warm spring days rights of Negroes." It would WEDNESDAY Holy Days

po Sill inov'(, \'. HIV" ( \1"| ) '' which opposed closer, M. Kennedy who was seen at The military caps and Insigniathat a| have called on Southern Baptists :Midweek Prayer Service, Communion at 8 a.m.
I Ihiru-lttn, yours "II"n'on <:OO/Je/ r 01 lion. his brother' grave one afternoon had lain there since the( to "give themselves to the de. Adults & Children 7:30:
For the Grad Ucinkiiut "u-> working. on the Tie Rev. B.D. Vanderslice., this week before he left day of burial, last Nov. 25, ha I cislve defeat of racism." : pm. FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH
virmy ,il, un i>tg"n II' lnl| \> Same Denver 1 Colo., strongly critlIzed on a trip to Europe. rotted In the rain and snow,' Attacking this as possible en. OF NAPLES
Cuiholu. Church hm his "utihslippi'J <' the proposal and, In a reference The family has not selectedthe They, too, were removed.The dorsement of the civil rights EVERGLADES Third Ave., So. & Sixth St.
SWANK nut nf his n-ukfl unjilown to the other Baptist( final design for the monu caps and Insignia anc I bill, the Rev. James Middleton COMMUNITY CHURCH Rev. John W. Stamp

JEWELRY uniiprntngtit afaNectilini gbrethren said, "What some of our ment to be erected. The Presi very article of permanent na, of Shreveport, La., won adop. lie,, H. G. Welibecker, pester Sunday School 9:30: am.
rural 1 toi'l' h'I"". lie ass un- arc obsessed with Is not dent' widow still Is receiving tare, Including the ribbons anc| tlon of a substitute policy stats. S .ndny School 10 am. Services on Sunday
Cuff Links Tie TactJOHN'S ment,
will in rilrii-M-. 'he Gospel as such suggestions, a spokesman for cards on the floral tributes, an, Morning Worship 11 am. 9.HO:
K.-ionlU .Ihi' mling. wanhcingn Heated argument eruied her said today. sent to the White !Mouse foi. His statement said Southern : a.m.
,Wednesday before the messen. The eternal name that marks Baptists "fully recognize thedignity -
keeping until the Me
',Him > d 'in pennrt un addition to Kennedy COI'ELAND BAPTIST
"
.1..- hurtle, I ten defeated a move for per the top of the level grave Is mortal Library Is completed of every human being, ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC
j manenl participation In a com expected to be incorporated Into The enclosed area Is coverec. and added: "We would urge MISSION 3rd St. & 10th Ave., So.
CLOTHING Mi-inkuiil, hand, din. :
"ut on Rev. Clyd Martin
American fel. Southern
North every Baptist and
|mlttee on the permanent memorial.For with the blue-greeu grass that. Father Bernard L. Mickey
imtritl hiN wraith, wound n und the Bap church to Sunday School 10 a.m.
seven every
N Mile tut .f for Gruen ]lowshlp among now, it burns above a President Kennedy loved th, earnestly pray Sunday Mass 68.1011
f.Mind II in pirft'il working. or kr. |list conventions. kind he had put In the White and work that peaceful Christian Worship Services Weekdays 7 a.m. only
.House solutions may be found in all I Ham.I and 7:30: p.m. Confession: Saturday
garden by his office anc:
.... IIUIINIINI/11111'; at the Virginia country home, the racial relationships facing Prayer Meeting 4 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m. I

he didn't have much time to en.. the world today" Weilneidnys at 8 pm. Sunday School 9 a.m.

-z;:; Joy.Each action The convention on member cannot churches bind Its It Confraternity Class of I
;
r----'y- day, the base of the, can only recommend. CIIOKOL09KEECIIURCII Christian Doctrine

:: SnyitciI' and flame wreaths Is covered line the with fence.flowers,, OF GOD Monday at 7:30 pm.

Some 15 wreath.iayfng ceremonies Grace Lutheran Sunday School 10 am. EAST NAPLES
are arranged each day, Morning Worship 11 am. IIAPTIST 'IIURCII
:
It has become a custom for Missionary Group -
!ohadowl.wn> Ave., East Naples
Service ell visiting foreign dignitaries to! MAR'O CHURCH OF GOD; Rev. ladles Barge, Patter
"It.n.M'I'Richards Roofing 4U "" "" fo C/t'fcncl I the pay the their assassinated respects at president.A the graveof Holds Meeting Ira I). Hancock, p* lor Sunday
6 Members of the Lutheran Wom. :Morning
Worship 11 am.
dramatic moment came Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Sunshine Hardware en's Missionary League of the livening Worship 7:15: pm.tiOODLAN .
i ... ,. last ,month when former Presl. Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.
=e 'vour Commit* M.rdw"r. 1101..1. ? 'I' l dent(t amt g' Detalpcgni\\'I. pi' yasauel Grape; Lutheran Church met .-- Traiuin UrlonoJ TAP;
"
'Tlf huh 'Ave. 5' ,a" II'. of'n:' I ,. C ..'fI," l m' ,1 .:,'Tuesday May 19. at the church .1 p9it.
I-i-1-...."...r'----T .:/1 I t' : ,n L.f' y. horce .i Iii. I ,. Rexall Store OUR \viout
Naples Mrs. Kennedy had written,I Selma Hoer. Mid Week
sot six AVI. t.. him a letter just before his term, "Forgiveness Without Repen. Sunday, School, 9 am.Ker. Service 7:30
I ended In February, laying that, tance" was the subject of the Richard T. Lambert Adult : p.m.
Choir r'arUce 8:15
The Bank of Naples |1.m.
his life President Kennedy \ Bible study of the croup Mrs
These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church during
Ii Gowa with Nepnn end" had been concerned about Gladys Swenson, the president, JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES: ---

I Colliffr' County T Sine O I *C IMSM.mbtr and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. the security of Betancourt, who,, conducted the business session. !Kingdom IU1I 107th Avenue NAPLES PARK
had survived five assassination,. Guests Included Mrs. Naomi Mlnl tOrVallnre Endre' BAPTIST CHURCH
:hartley's Variety Store attempts. Johnson and Miss Florence Herd Bible] Study Wed. 8 p.m. Rev. Marlon 1':. Waeaser

M Ninth 'trt,l. South It was a moving letter. And I I. Refreshments were served by :Minister School Fri. 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.
I ----- t U was a moving moment when, Mrs Dorothy Berson during the Service Meeting Frl. 8.10:: p.m. :Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Bob's Pastry Shop Betancourt stretched his trembling ., social hour.Methodist. Public Addicts Sun. 5:30: pm. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.

lit till a,.. N*. Ml' 11710Frtih hands over the grave Wntch Towrr Stu-ly Sui.) 0:45 Prayer Meeting Wed.I 7:30 p.m.
B.kd Good Daily There on one hand were the
scars from the burns he had received WSCS iiRis'nAS
Naples Federal Savingsand a during one of the at. FIRST FIRST METHODIST
To Meet MondayMembers CHURCH OF NAPLES CHURCH OF NAPLES
/ tempts on his life
Loan Association
of the Woman'sSociety Mandarin Dr. Coquina Sands Unit Avenue, S. & Fourth St.
tM nth Ave, ... Ml' HIM .
1- -- of Christian Serviceof MinintrrP Paston II. ". Harry C Parham

Jim'i Sunoco E. Naples Baptists the First Methodist Churchof ,. Jamet W. Mickey Sunday Worship 11 a.m.

w.",". GUA.nT..d MuTllvr* I, Plan Bible SchoolThe Naples will hold their Rile] School 0:45 a.m. Sun. Eve Worship Servo at 7:30:
MI t.MM ., i.un N.piti. fie\ monthly meeting at 8 o'clock Church Service II am. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
i Wo Qivo damp \\ e East Naples Baptist Monday night In the Fellowship (holr Practice Wednesday 7:30: Junior, Intermediate and
week Vesper service 5 Senior Fellowship 6
Church has planned a two p.m. Sun. p.m.
Naples Coin Laundry a' s Vacation Bible School for this Hall.Hostesses __ Prayer Meeting
Sp ,d Qu..n W.sh.n 3 a ': d ?aea summer. The school wit! begin will be Mrs.John CHURCH OF CHRIST Wednesday at 8 p.m
,
W..hU and
B'I Boy + Gray Mrs. Louis Moore.
on June 1 and go through June Tamiami: Trail at 14th -
Av. N.
,
S Hwy 41 N 4 Whitmon Blvd The will be a pledge
Opon 14 Hourt N N"ptes r + 12.The program Charier Wharlcn II, minister ST. LEO'S
W Hoorr Owntr school seasons will be service with Mrs. Vernon Allen Sunday CATHOLIC CHURCH

-- preceded by Proliant flay on speaking on "The Sea of Bible Igli Building corner of
study 10
Naples Furniture Co1MO a R:.,, Saturday, May 30, at 2:30 p.m Giving." a.m. Goodwin Street and the Trail
., j Those who plan to attend the Members who have Joined Morning worship 11 am.
N T'"lOml Trul Bonita Springs
5 \ school should be present to reg. since June 1 are especially Even'ng worship 7:30: p.m. Father
Joseph E. Beaumont
BB Builders Specialties Ister at that time. The school Wednesday
urged to attend
so
they
may Sunday Masses 7:30:\ .
9:30 >
Trill N.rlh Ml Ml! Is : a n
for five :
planned ages through Hi'-le/ study 7:30
be officially welcomed Into the : pm. Confession
Plywood Door Buildtr Hd.. \ 16. : Prior toS'mday

..hl...* Riinwm D..,., Loch lillill i{Y'i' t Each session of the school society. GRACE-LUTHERAN _Masses

''' will begin at 8:30 a.m. and gc, CHURCH
Cafeteria I OF NAPLES
Lamplighter through 11130 a.m. The Easl t I Java Man (500,000 years "110)) : E FIRST
... Missouri Synod IMBAPTIST
Dcwrttown u. 41I
,
Church extends an In and his close relative
Naples Peking
4.Cfrntr Nipln.' "... U. S. 41 and 12th Avt., No. CHURCH
..--- vltatlon to any young person tc I Man (400,000) years ago), are referred Pastor Pastor: Rev. U E. Daniel

C A. Anderson ? attend the school to is homo erectus. Re,. George W. Price Worship 11 am. &: 7:30 p.m.

Inl.r.or t EntanorPainting "t/ r ... Sunday School 9 a.m. _
Dtcoratinf .,. ", Churo'i Service
'"' 10:30: em
Willp"prmf ,. IMMOKALEE
Ph.n. Ml' IIH2 ".O. ... tat Holy Communion CHURCH OF GOD
Ntplit, FI.rH. .I r First Sunday each Month Psitor
-.- > f Her. 0. P. O'Bannnn
--
Marathon Dredging Corp \ Sunday School 10 a.m.
t
1 I'IRST CHURCH Morr'ng
Marint Construction ,nd --- '\ OF CHRIST Worship 11 a.m.
Land Davclopmtnt 1 A } t SCIENTIST Evening Worship 7:38 p.m.
MI I4MI Napltt. Florida t
f. r Central Avenue at 6th Street _
THE CHURCH FOR All
Trail Builders Supply Doctor? Lawyer Merchant ? Already Bobbie's par .( i, r t r Sunday Service 11:00 am. BONITA SPRING
All FOR THE CHURCH
Company ents are planning for his future. They"re' saving to give iz .1 r Wed.Sunday School 11:00: a.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD
E
Napla*. Florida The chunk in tint cr nmif.Hli him! the best education obtainable, because they want Reading ening Meeting 8 p.m. Rev A. p, Howtt
__ >r on virlh for lint huild : Room 520 Park Sr
inn of ihirulfr unit lI\lod! him to be happy and successful a son to be proud of. ;Mon. Wed. Frl. Sunday School 10 a.m.

West Coast FurnitureComplota l'I\lz.n.hil" It i. I' elurrhou.. It would be splendid if a good education automat 10 n.m. to I Morning Worship U a.m.
lnunort of ..pirluillIu...*. 11'uMutNI p.m. Evening Service 7:30: p.m.
Sth Ave S*. N>pl.' ', '1.. n itronn ,'hur, h. neither ically led to happmeland success, but unfo'tunatelyCharles \XUELTUTHEKAX: : : Prayer Meeting Wed. R p.mCHIRCH
leB'Jf racy nor ii\ili/.uum it doesn't, Many[ well-educated men and women have e p pv
I R. eon, \ \e. Thrrr art four failed utterly when it came to living a stable and worthCabinet OF NAPLES CHURCH: OF GOD11nning

D.lnl Game.f.Shop'nIu.. R>pirAntiqu lound should rraioni Intend why HTNUWrriiularlr ttrprnon \ while life I because they I lacked the strength of character 1 : Line(l,.CA& Bow, Line Dr <'or. 10th St A: 11th Are, N.

Raproducliont nnd >u|>|M>rt the that would rune sustained them. I tn the Moorings: Rda David Laaler

a iith N. *.. MI ttui ihunh They :areill;: uru There i b no better training ground for the building r Panlerj Dr. Htrland D. Fio Sunday School 10 a m.
own ink*. For hm >hildrrn'i Morning Worihip II a.m
the Christian Church. There children Sunday School
stkt.181l181) for the i.ikr of character than 9 a.m. Fvangelistit
Jimmie Gibbs Service 7:30
of hn community and n.ilion are encouraged to follow a WlQt life that will not fail I II Church Service 10:30 a.m. Tuesday p.m.
Contractor Prayer
1..1.'lnll a M'1 r Mtttlng
....... M'' I-m. ((4)) Kor thciitkf of th* ihunh: them and to respect themselves and their fellows. r.j 1 7:30: II.JB.Thundar .
iIwIL which mole has rrwtal
Give child chance to succeed. Make sure FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH YPE 7.-JO;
and material *uiic| >n I'l.m your every j A' pjn.
Van Der VeerMusic to (o to rhurih rriul.irl that his education includes a thorough knowledge ofCompton .j OF NAPLES r.VERGLADES;

Center mid rend your Biblv duly. the time-tested Christian truths .d I lie,. Robert Martha pulse BAPTISTCHAPEL

In Instruction.ny instrument Dprtmnt \ V 1 1V Sunday Schorl 9:1J am Pra'tr &.". Eric C **U.*
SHEET MUSIC. DKr T ('..p., illh' /!Hill''rtJI'I'rI.II..g.u.e, Inn anubu,}' I ,, Morning Worship 10:30 a-m. Sunday School 9:48: a.m.

1M (th St. N. Ml 1M1 Training Union 11:30
Sundays Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday p.m. Worship ferric
Exodus Deuteronomy Palms Proverbs Amos Title Hebrews ) a 4i Evening Worship T:80 p.m. 11 ....'* 8 ,.DI.

fly 15:11.18 32:1.9 112:1.10: 4:20.27: 5:6.15: 2:1.15: 13:7.16: WEDNESDAr Traialtlf Dabs 7 P-m.

Naples laundry & ,. Prayer Meeting 7:30 ..... Midweek: Prayer_ Service I yjsv
rtigr a
.
Cleaners, Inc. \

UN M A_ .. Ml I.MM
"0..* 0.r Service. AMitokta" PEEP- -:Peeping! from beneath her magazine, this ,NOTE T1d1 hterJ tilt rN.y?reg.l.rpy etch wok If

t.III\IIIIIIII/IUIUllIIUIIIItIIIIIIIIIIIUUUIINII.UUIIIIWll "' WllllllllllltllIIIIIIUIIIIIIUlllilltIIltlllllilltllIIIUUI Salinas, CaL ..Titten timidly checks tie weather outlook. the write NEWS.fa All etwrchM to the rurtj. ate .r..4 ,M .* .. t,

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Bird
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\. Peek At
By'" Clover PovertyIn

MI 8-60TI E. KentuckyLEXINGTON e ews BOn i to

In a few more days It will cent visitor of his parents on w
ran
.
be our privilege to go to the Hawthorne Court but has returned Ky. AP Sy RAE WEAl

polls and cut uur vote once to his home In Norfolk Lad)' Bird JuhnMW visited In ,,- ....... --- J

again. It Is a shame that so Va.Two astern Kentucky with everyone Mesdames Helen Whltfeld Bonita Springs where they visited -

few citizens take advantage ol Miami residents drove front a struggling mountain andOdella Markoff acted as with their parents and

this heritage of all Americans. over together this week to visit firmer to )I1I1I\C"tlrs In a one.. hostesses Tuesday night as the other relatives and friends.

The reason some of us are their respective sisters. s room schoolhouse at sheplpail.ed Donlta Springs Woman's Club The Samba Afternoon Club j

apathetic and fall to vote Is Mary Richard Is the sister of use to help those who live" "on held Its weekly meeting, with held their monthly meetlng.be-
outskirts of >verty.
that feel resident Rachel Holbrook ,. 1 ,y'11I the p with a luncheon
we one politician isIS Naples N1kylyt She was folksy, frankl polltl. V.I1. Mrs. Bette Dnigge presiding ginning as
good or as bad as another. and Thelma James Is cal and staunchly antlpovorty guests of Mrs. Helga Alander
V
i
tianoit e
We defeat our purpose. If 100 the .Isler of Mrs Lily Flowers on a rugged dJ)Jong tour In A check for $10 was acknowledged at her home. Cards were the

Per cent of the people of voting of Pine Street. this section (if Appalachia on !! with thanks from Harry afternoon diversion. Attending

age were registered and Thursday. Walker for the recent use of a we re Mesdames Helen. Whit-

took advantage of it by voting AT THE CONVENTIONRev. : : Heading home t day to rest, hospital I bed from the local Loan field. Fran Hunt, Vae Kidwell

the politicians would take their .and Mrs.ba rgo and their I she sold her "woman's took". at Closet. Odella Markoff and Miss Ruth

Jobs more seriously. They children left Naplesla 4ay to problems nf tills area had teen Bazaar Chairman Whltfleld Banker

would be afraid not to. but attend the Tri-ennlal Jubilee a woncleiful experience spoke at lellgthonprof'Osedacc"ml'Ushmcnrs Mr. and Mrs. Walter Connell -

being human many of us don't Celebration In Atlantic City plaid Thousands the President's get to III'"wife> and And ap and urged of Palmetto, Fla. have Just

value a thing 'til we see It NJ. Both the Southern Baptist she apptaudt Kentucky for the others to join In the summer returned to their home, after

slipping from our grasp. Convention and the American Steps she IJW.Ing taken to preparation program. Assisting visiting with her mother, Mrs.

I worked at a poll once whe re Baptist Convention will meet in fight poverty and llliteracj, Miss Haul l Drew on the Ollie Seller on the NonhTraU.

a voter was brought In by ambulance unison at the Jubilee Celebra The First Lady waded In to decorations concession will\ be

and had to be carried In tion. Although the Largo child answer Republican critics who Mrs. Mary Land HAPPY RETURN

on a stretcher to cast his vote. ren are young, Martha Largo: chilled the Johnsoni about "do Reported 111 were Mrs.Agnes They all come back. Even

Obviously, the fact that he mightnot decided to accompany the Rev iMnnniiiiHiManmua ,-.ft jy\ f f.jT f. ...W \plot'able povertj'" tiny said the)' Vv'olcott and MUs I I'eggyPeeh' after eight years we were hap-

be able to vote had made erend Largo since she felt she THEY AUE; PLANNING a banquet to be given At 7 o'clock Tuesday night found among tenant families cm err. py to again see Mr, and Mrs.

the act very Important to him might not make it to the next in the Shadowlawn School Cafetonum for members of the Collier County her She Alabama acres The first In a series of beach Gordon W. McCarrell from
If can walk on convention. The convention Is gave her answer In a parties will be Maywood, 111., where he has
you yourowntwofeet Classroom Teachers' Association. Speaker of the affair which will mark spoeth) before in audience of Monday June
you shouldn't mind stand- celebrating Its 150th am,I ver the closing of the school year, will be Braulio Alonzo of Tampa memberof 1,000 al 'dinner of the Ken. 1, with eats promptly at 12 been chief electrician for the

Ing In line if necessary to cast sail but this Is only the third the executive board of the National Education Association Mrs. Betty lucky Federation of Women's noon In event of rain, the First National Dank building

your vote. convention, since they are held Clubs In will convene at the clubhouse for 45 years.
Hathaway Shadow lawn School music supervisor, will be in rhai)( of music Lexington Thursdaynight. group
only once every 50 years. Mrs. McCarrell (Edna) has
for the evening. Attending the committee meeting this Wl'l'kt'rl', front
INSTALLATIONSchool Herb I freeze was telling me Mrs, Johnson sail the W.llrl.1d Wednesday, May 27, beginning been secretary at the First
Shadola'n School
left, Miss Joan Bainbridge. chairman of the event
Superintendent (Jill that as soon as the Little Lea- ; some peivle were "smU at 9:30 a.m. the cancer Federal Savings and Loan In
Mrs. Mimi Watson Naples Junior High of the
Reynolds officiated at the installation gue games are over, which will president CTA ; Robert denly worried" alxmt her h'n.1II1 dressing group will meet tn Mayfleld, for the past 10years.
Mattel, Junior High, presidentelect of the group ; and Mrs. Evelyn; Adams farmers because "I've lx
on
In
of officers at the be sometime July, a girls the club house for the lie Is a brother of Mrs.
softball will begin Lake Park School. ( NEWS photo ) worried about thorn for years monthly
oliadowlawn.: I'.T.. meeting:, Junior ; League sewing fest. Remember those Edythe Mclaughlin of Rio Vista
-- --- -- "If hail been
Thursday nljjht.: The meeting: at the shadow: lawn field. there ;poverty Estates, and spent much time
dressings are available locally
was held In the: Jiadowlawncafetorluin This will he for girl about age because of Miss Garland's tardl. bill 30 years ago, those former with her and another sister,
Mental Health cotton farmers would have been to anyone requiring same,
with Mrs. Dick 11 to 1C. Judy Garland ness for Mrs. Violet Sweeney, who has
retrained klll not
to
Miss a new rather cancer patlrnts alone.
Townsend Installed as the new Mr. and Mrs. llouier Albert Garland's musical dlrec. been here for a few weeks while
than In All ladles of
remaining on an ecasumy the
tor Mort community
president; Mrs. Vickie I'hll- of HarrUhurg I I'*., Werein Locks Self Up trumpeter, Pete Lindsay Condoll, and left Aus.Jazz Film ShowingsSet tint lime has passed by. Invited to attend these sewing overseeing the renovation of

lips, vice president; Mrs. skip: Naples for two weeks vl! U- tralU Thursday night. "The lasting answer (lo wl\>. sesslonsj I just bring needle,150/ her daughter's home on Pennsylvania ...

Ozier, secretary, and Mrs. Ing with t elydaughteran'lain- Hotel Room "From now on so far as Miss For MondayThe lag out "poverty In this country thread, ruler, scissors and a Avenue. While It wasa
Austin Uvans. treasurer. ily Mr. and Mrs.Herb freeze, In Garland Is concerned, that's it" U m4 pest) charily," she said, sandwich for noon lunch great family reunion here, \

A happy birthday to Pearl and daughter Linda Jane. Mrs. SYDNEY Australia (AP) said Condoll. "No more for Collier Mental "but a full-scale program to Mrs. Carolyn Metzger was It appeared divided as the Mc-
Warier who celebrates her I Freeze and Linda Jane left friday Judv Garland locked herself In me."' County provide Job ilunttlej for all awarded the door while Carrells brought with them soother -
Health Association and the Collier underprivileged 1 unllles anti int.ucatlonal prize,
birthday next Monday,the samc to accompany the Selben'sback her hotel today after her Aus. Health game prizes went to McsdamesAniKiita sister. Mrs. Alice Dukes,
date as the anniversary of her to llarrlsburg. Ile!!crt will traltan concert tour ended In a County Department opportunity for their and her husband Harry 11. from
children Reilly, HernlceRing-
that Melllalllealthrums I
parents, Mr. and Mu. Jack join them the latter pan of chorus of public Indignation. Find Students Are announce and discuss two Her speeih, a plea for buk. ling, Opal Carrell, Fern Lake Geneva, Wise to visit
I lowers of :'J747. I floe street: June and will stay through July. Her 21 pieces of luggage following, Ing Johnson's Grouser Land with two other sisters Mrs.
war on poverty Ruby Carpenter,
Herb that he will packed the singer was sched. Being Exposed To will be presented on Monday Edwards In Orlando and
Lillie oue: Oruhh of Jacksonville was pleased was greeted with a Hiding [feat rice and Agnes!
leave for h Hong Kong although May 25, at 3 at the Col- Murray, Mletzger
uled to p.m.
for the 25th
/ has been the eau'patdonofhcrgratrdparent be In llarrlsburg Good Literature ovation. It climaxed hire John its ukoff. Mrs. Nellie Tlnsley In Apopka.
canceled two early lier Health
: Mr. anniversary celebration of his she County Department son's day, which lonely paral.lelod Unfortunately, the five sisters
and Mrs. Valentin Uipley, for old school. I Herb and Hetty and flights. WASHINGTON (APComic In the Government Center In a trip the tile Eleanor and one brother could not
Miss Garland refused to aceept
the past two 'Mouths. she: was Linda Jane will spend about calls In her penthouse book, television and other East Naples. The films will Roosevelt mado :20 yean' ago IWPY DAY meet altogether due to lack of

joined by her parents, Mr. and three days at the World's Fair suite any and a guard stood outside. form of Instant culture notwithstanding be shown and discussed by Dr. when she was first lady Saturday, May 23, Is "Poppy time as well as Illness. While

Mrs. I Franklin Oruhh, and her Mrs.Evelyn Clement of 2784 "Why would Judy want to see American high John F, Franklin, clinical psy Mrs. Jt4 nre n's biggest crowd Day 196-J" In llonlia Springs, here they were registered at -..

brother, last week. Mr. and Davis Blvd who left Naples two anyone in Sydney after this school students still are getting chologist. gathered al the new Drealhltt sponsored by the American Legion ttonlta Springs Spa leaving n,1

Mrs Kiplcy will accompany the weeks ago Is still visiting with dreadful thing In this morning's literature substantial exposure to good The first film, at 3 p.m. County Coliseum for the a comMnatlonOmnaslum high *rh.n4 Auxiliary Post #303, with Tuesday for illinois '

G ruhhs/ I hack Jacksonville and relatives in Chickamauga paper?" asked Karl Brent, her "Angry Boy", Is the dramatic and civic meeting place which Mrs. Jo Ann Youiigblood as Harold Goppert of Kentucky .

will he there for a lew weeks She plans to visit her mother, manager, That's the conclusion to be story of Tommy, a troubled the dndlcalod, as Mrs ROOM dtal rmn. At specific pointsthe Street, who has been a patient :
Valentine sister and daughter who }live "Judy would like to punch aI..w drawn from a recent survey by from volunteers will be on handto of i
Kiplcy, Jr. was a re- boy I good, conscientious velt dedicated a WPAJmllt gym Naples Community Hospital,
there Sydney people on the nose" the Educational Testing Serv. home. The unrecognized tensions In 1938. greet you, with the hope was transferred by chartered ;H
Jeered during a concert she Ice. ETS asked 611 public Roman

Verda Kay, sister of Mrs. In Melbourne and conflicts In the home you will make a generous donation plane to Memorial Hospital
cut fchort on Catholic and Independenthigh
Casper Townsend, visited fora Wednesday night, Miss Garland school across the country produce hostile reactions In to the cause, and receive In South Eked! Ind. On
Curious Flock week at the Townsend home cusslon may be of very specIal and wear one of the poppies die he
continued to draw critical com. what major works of literature Tommy the events which follow trip was accompanied
She and Virginia Townsend left ments for her performance at they offer their students. present a team approach of Interest to parents of child- which honors the veteran dead. by Mrs. Harold Hayes. R.N.

To Spot Where Wednesday' for Miami. Virginia the Melbourne airport Thurs- school, the clinic,and the home ren of all ages.Admission Your correspondent, while Mrs. Goppert, along with her
plans to stay in Miami until Shakespeare in this 40Uh an. In helping him. Is free) the public endeavoring to locate the owner neighbor and friend, Mrs.

:Saturday when she will boardA day.Sydney newspaper gave nlversary of his birth, had the Is Invited. Is baby sitting for a black Run( Price, left by car foi

JFK, Was Shot, plane for New York. Virginia frontpage. display to stories of two top entries in all three The second film, at 4 p.m.. female, long haired dog, with White Igeon., Itch, to be near
thuktn .nli
DM I,\S, Tex (AP)::- ,,,|, will be"th<;?:'-guest'Of'Mr"' how she the shouted "No aboard, no|" as ,beth"categories and "Jullu of schools-Caesar."Mac." of""Overdependency" the story,' all"Siiy*Kto1terr4rr.Ihem liver. ..,"J''Y''110./17/ whine.tnarklngsl; does It belongto Mr. Goppert. Mr. Price Is a If 01
was the married whose
nine In ci owing noises tn see Mrs. Charles Keller of Long pushed a young man in your fret rrr, when you you? If so, come claim It. professor at the University

where l'r<,Nidi-lit Jolm I"'. Ken Island. Her itinerary will take rlane her traveling by actor companion Mark Ilerron and The most popular works of inability to face the ordinary lei enough 1l I In 2 poimiN,) ue Mr. and Mrs. George Koeppe Illinois, and upon retirement

arty win .iss.issln! ,.iti-d six her to the World's Fair and a three airport officials literature In the public school, problems of life stems froma :Ihem for a lumheon or supper from Chicago, ilL, have Just plans to make tonka Springshis

month .art<> toil.it', Olin week stop-over In Chickamauga "Mie had been talking to fans those taught in at least 30 per childhood too dependent on his dish completed their first trip to permanent home.
Theies, nut nun'h to NIIA cent of the school mother and sister, which here
slo sheet : and Chattanooga, Tenn. and kissing babies/' Brent aid. surveyed, leads to multiple . . . its . . .OI . a .
ine |
|> .hl"'I'I'I'.11'11i1t|, |' nil before returning to Naples. "Her skirt started to slip a lit. are "Macbeth" 90 per cent, vague physical
ik'r the, 1111)10 nuclei" >,is, ,111,1,10 "Julius Caesar" The backflash .
| 77, "Silas Mar. complaints.
Mr. and Mrs. Carson Low- tie Judy turned round to fix it
the right, a i ,111I1'11'| | I'lik': illstliiFlushed ner" 78 "Our Town" Into his childhood
| 48,"Creat provides,
That was all there was to
dcrmllk of Naples Manor are up. I EWELL F. MOORE
!tout otlii'is In the city visiting with their children In it, That Is why it might have Expectation 39, "Hamlet" 33, much material for thought for "Pappy" :
imh l by the itteioil :
Umqmtsnn Lowder- appeared" she was hustled "Th Red Badge of Courage"and parents trying to raise child- .
Uravac Col. Mrs. 'r
tire ,
ftnss.VIsitoiMeslinnlo.l aboard the plane." "A Tale of Two Cities" 33, ren at this time.
it :JOOdill! milk Is a nurse at the Naples and
"The Scarlet Utter" 32.
The plane left 10 minutes late
These films and the dlsn -
v.,ilk III'| the I lawn to ,i curved I Community Hospital.MLDTKEAaURER. i Wishes to thank for '
white l'IIII"I'I.t.1''hlllll.IIs." ..", you

where more Our il :uriiicements N.\ :

air |peIpled i | | 1.| Kathy Dcjarncttr, daughter : How To Cook HusbandBy II him
l.ii'h s|>eititiir tiled In rap| of Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Dc- a I making
Ins
tar, In his iiii'inoiv 01 In
Jarncttc of Naples Manor, was
the Mill, Ki'iuieclt' was
camera (
taking when InM is shed Dom elected treasurer of Alpha Zeta CECILY BROWNSTONE earthenware pipkin, it will I HIGH MAN.in
Kappa sorority: at Kentucky Associated Press Food Editor do, with care f
Ilio ihM.
l Ix'Mnil. They (r nine! 1111 e
to the Mreot (ICMII the Inl'llfllIl'| state College. Kathy has been SOME OL -FASHIONED "See that the (linen, in which the May 5 PrimaryAND
of the hush red hilik bml.hug on thc honor/ roll frequently and recipes tickle the fancy. you wisp him, is nicely: washed .

on the hill, 1111.I Texts Shad has completed three semester One that may tickle yours appears end mended, with the required
Hook Ix-iHisitoM. from whlihM credits In one year. Kathy in a book called "How to mount of buttons and strings, I ATs' l ''I

| >||I.e (.i)' I.<'\'. Ihnoi' G-VI" ihl has only 10 days before sunt- Cook A Husband" by Elizabeth ., nicely sewed on. Tit him in the Invites you to review tome of hit accomplish IJ? I

fired the Khot, liter elates start io will spend Strong Worthington, published in ': kettle with a strong cord: called I mentt during the sin year he served at your I
Two bits kit from tho |uik, mi thU time with relatives in Ken- 1898 and long out of print. Mrs. : 1'( Comfort, a* the one celled Duty I M
County Commissioner from 1954 to 1960. ,
the downtown ",.11' of the ('nlllll)' Wonhington, wrote that she came I I. apt to be week, They sometimes I
tucky. Mr. and Mrs. DcJar- fly out of the kettle, end I It during hit term of office that the I Ii
Jut, ,11I1.!* tho itx e memoilil across the recipe in a newspaper was present ;le I
ncttc to join' her about
to KennedI hh..k''IIII.ln' plan clipping that attributed! the rule become burned and crusty: on the of
rapid growth our County was triggered. d
pliM which olllililii lore toomplete the first of the month to "s Baltimore Isdy.In ." edges, since, like crabs end I )I

(' h)' tC I!l .V fund,run the 66 years since: Elizabeth -. oysters, you have to cook them .rs.I .
trig drive will (vein Mix' :29!! \KMO\Y: SHORES NEWS Worthing ton's book the husband dive I
Keimedx" !butt Lt)'. ixlioolilill It's really unbelievable that tookm recipe has cropped up "Make clear, strong, steady Cross-state road from Collier County to Fort Lauderdale J

siren mil otherx hiss ,ilieiddoiuted ) there U: anyone left Harmony al lessl once in a decade, usually fire out of Love, Neatness and I Four laning of
Highway 29 through ImmokaUej :
1 :1 1 1I
iNiut #1": ,000. shores: after all the long lists I in a local cook hook compiledby ........:-' Cheerfulness Set him ss near :

of residents thai I report here a group of women to aid some this a* seems to agree with him. Establishment of Lake Trafford Park ,
each week who arc leaving But, worthy cause. Hut these later ...' ... If he sputters and rules, don'tbe .
j
Chemist'sVidow if cook.book reading anxious; some husband do I Establishment of Immokalci Park
,
believe It 0 r not,the re a re sOllie version' my County j
memory holds good, lome.tlmel .... this till they are quite done
To Get $645,000 year-round Leaving for the residents summer there this stray from the versionllr., Add a httl. sugar, In the form I Obtained Immokalee Airport for Collier County II

From Plane CrashNEW week ares Mr.and MM.Charles Worthingion reprinted Here it IsHO : of Kisses what, but confectioner no vinegar call or Construction of first paved roads in Naples Park I

for Cedar Lake, Ind.
\OKKP( )-.X Jiulpetodi Kattray, : \* TO COOK A tll'SRA.'D pepper on any account A littlespice of
U.S.
Improvement 41 from
lorence .\lbln silver Dade-Collier Line west to Monroe
Mrs. should
)' .proved l an iwjrd of (1898 version) you not be guided by the improves thembut It mUll .
$643,0004us| : Interest" to Ihewtfi* springs; Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Bv A Baltimore Lady sihery'sppearince.l at in buying be u..dOIlIh judgement. Station I

of a henilst" killed In an all Fred Neese, Point Pleasant, "A great many husband are mackerel or by the golden lint, "Don't stick any sharp instrument I
plane lollision over New. York ".1.; and MM, Margaret Dan- spoiled by misman.,ement. as if you wanted silmon. Be into him, to see if he is becoming Construction of 32 miles of Naples to Immokalee Highway I

Cltv on [RI'. 1C, 1960. ken, Milwaukee, else Some women go about n as if sure to select him yourself, as lender. Stir him gently; I Construction of the road to Islet of Capri I '
Tie settlement was the larjr Ed Russel Harmony chores their husbands were bladders, taste differs. And by the way, watching the white lest he

est amount ever In a death ra**, left for Ohio upon hearing of and blow them up others keep don't go to market: for him as should lie too close to the Construction of Bonita Beach cut-off road : J 1
said William F. X. Geochau: attorney the illness of both his mother them constantly in hot water; the best are always brought to kettle, and so become inert and I

for the wife, Edna Ram and jlster.Mr. other let them fruit, by their your door useless I Construction of the) Dick Goodlette Road I t!
923 Flftli Ale "It is far better to hue none,
of
let, and Mrs. Frederick carelessness and indifference "You csnnoi fail to know when
Her husband, Dr. Jones" Kant: Smith. left for Indiana for a Some keep them in a slew, by unless you patently learn lolemng he is done, If thus treated, you Administered sanitation and cleanup program for Immokalee. H
let, one of 134 persons killed In irritating ...\ and words; others cook him. A pre kettleof sill find him very digestible. I't
was credited with months stay. the finest Was directly responsible for the Agriculture Experiment Station '
the accident roast them; some keep them in porcelain is the agreeing mcel) with you and the
developing a tablet for diabetic Mr. and Mrs. Thml.l'Inn pickle sll their lines No. it is nest, but if you have nothing but children" ImrnoUslee. I4I "
diagnosis. He was 4(3( tears old left for Massachusetts for a '
not to be supposed that sn hutband
and had a consulting firm at vUlt with his father He plans will be good, managed) in It would tak! ''normoul.pace to list all of the projects which Ewell I.

400 Park Ave to be gone about two weeks: this way turnip wouldn't, Ii F Moore actively participated in both Countywide and in Im J
Under the terms of the settle NAPLES mokalee I'I
onions wouldn't; csbbsge-hesds FLY '
meet, approved by State Supreme P.U.M TREE PHlUXOPHYjUlth 'ouldn'tand husbands.on'l; but "7 '
Court Justice Henry the warm summer wea- they are resll> delicious when MIAMI I Ewell r. Moore at all times during his term of office put the interest I

Clay Greenberg, United AirLines ther our spirits sometimes are properly treated. of worthwhile civic projects ahead of his own business I

would pay $402,118; Trans prone to sag along with our en- "In selecting your husband fwt"1I .... "Pappy" Moore kindly solicits your VOTE AND SUPPORT i.
World Airlines $98,881, and the New Year Round Daily Schedule
UA government $144,000.The ergies. I think thU is a good .J in the coming election MAY 26th and pledges his continued I

lines operated the planes time of the year to count our Naples To Miami I efforts for good government for the people of Collier County '

Involved In the collision. The blessings and give thanks for For tM Grad .
government was named as a those blessing. What would 7.45 A.M, II 30 A.M. 3.45 P:M. I THANKS AGAIN I

defendant also because the Federal your opinion be of someone SWANK Miami Te Naples I .'
Aviation Agency had been upon whom you had showered
Issuing instructions to the the greatest of gifts, to have Billfolds 900: AM, 2:15 P.M. 500 P.M EWELL F. "Pappy" MOORE I

planes at the Urn of the crash. that grumble and complain t Pocket Secretary
person ...
C eetioM sad Ree.rvatios U say point la the wU
other stern
Some 60 cases
didn't
because you givemore. I
from the collision have JOHN'SCLOTHING CANDIDATE FOR .
mine AIRLINES
You'd probably not only NAPLES
been settled without trial for a but take back some I of District 5
giving Commissioner
total award estimated at nor stop of when you had already given Naples' Airport Cos*..rse I Miami Alrs.rt : County II
thu S mnlloa.lgas.
$ !NE '
then that It MI S.S4S4 "Sll 'I
Don't
you agree
M Mile Saul *f Pew C.riw>* NatU' Travel Ages 4 Cewr Be to VOTE Tuesdayle..e1.4,
Ticket office ,
.. would be well to be ever mind City ? I. . ., sure
.... $ Mesa STOP ful of our blessings.



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FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1964 ; : doiY.
0 NEW YORK (AP) U 'life of movie Idols came "JIb
) overnlillt
dreams came true my first visit to Hollywood. }
America
half the people In went to a set where Cary Gr::,
Job For The Good Fairy? ( 1'rft .. would probably wake up tomor. Ethel Barrymore and a bull

row as movie stars. were making a film.
and Means Committee and Senate Finance For some reason they feel the It was a long and wordy EC .It

By law, the federal government may Committee when hearings are life of a movie star is romantic during which all the build"
and glamorous had to do was get up and wit
( not go into debt beyond $275 billion. held shortly To me it seems Just the opposite. across the set, on cue.
It's been long time since the national ;Q I think It would be a big
a It was ever thus But it is passing banker, But the bulldog was dun;I .
debt that fat bore I'd rather be a Over and over and over Cai;
was anywhere near all
: strange, for the government, in its an undertaker or a successful and Miss Barrymore palleru
modest But that's what the law '
figure many bureaus, agencies, departments and burglar.In went through their lInes. E I

I says, so every year or several times I what not, can spend no money not authorized the popular mind,, a movie 01 time the bulldog messed up t I'"

: year the U.S, Treasury must come toe by Congress The Treasury is, wine star dwells and roses In an and atmosphere goes through art, When 10 I left times, they, and had the"t *
the scene d.. '
+ M. ;
Congress asking for a temporary lifting in this regard, merely the agent of the r } th- world on a wave of general of still hadn't got his part ri.-bt: ,

P of the ceiling, legislative branch adulation amid the music Why they didn't lust shoot hm

n Congress always raises the roof, inn But the American electorate is againto applause.Actuall, now matter how assiduously I don't How would know. you like to be

more ways than one. be treated to the spectacle of Congress studio underlings cur. mllllon-dollar-a.year movie st
P This the thee rycomb his vanity, a movie and still be at the
Treasury expects mercy a
year billions then the
voting criticizing star is less of a god than he !*'
debt to amount to $311 billion by June limit human button. fuddled bulldog\ ?
Treasury for exceeding the debt a panic Wherever he goes, the movie
e 30th which the last of fiscal Being a star Isn't a (rN'dOIl\.
is day
year Possibly it is evidence that our con It's Mar Is recognized, pointed
kind of
h Imprisonment
1964. This $2 billion above the last a it, buttonholed and whispered
is gressmen, despite all their burdens, have The moment an actor becomes -
.
w about People regard him
(nine-month) ceiling reluctantly a tar his ordl'alX'e
temporary not lost their simple faith in the Good public prnperty He can't eve
; granted by the lawmakers gins His success brings him into a store and buy a
Fairy and believe that somewhere along no self-confidence. It operates| go PD
n Now the Treasury wants a new ceiling the line between the voting and the the other way. Success tends to of of shoelaces without a fanfire

e (hopefully to cover the entire ) make him a coward. He trumpets
year spending something magical will happento Most movie stars say thl!
the
thought clawing his way to
of at least $320 billion-the extra $9 make all lark of the ordinary, anonym;
everything come out rightin top was hard But he finds
a.. billion to cover necessary borrowing requirements the end. staying there Is even more dif that shelters most of us Is tin
biggest curt of their career .
It for the first half of fiscal Or could it also be a feat of political flcult"You're. only as good as your Yet if a movie star does

e 1965 last into a Mote and buys a pair *
prestidigitation-the congressmen hoping picture, Is the industry
shoelaces, and no one reco*.
ta The general dictum that haunts his nights
Treasury Department in
that their constituents will watch the nl/es him, he dies a thousand

ql and Secretary Douglas" Dillon in particular frantically waving right hand of economy .... ....._. .... n.w", _' and Admittedly days the take-home paycol deiths Is he bllpping?

J. can be expected to come in for some and not notice what the quiet left handof ..d_......... ... .. ._- --., t: a movie star is some com.pensation rnentV Glamour Where, ?romance A hobo excite

a r sharp questioning by the House Ways spending is doing? bruises he for suffers the, but emotional his career road has more liberty than on the.

U.S. in Laos Crisis woes are many. movie star-and probably more
Hope peOple real human fun.
My disillusionment
with the
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II r "Prosperity With A WallopA r Lies in Threatening Force t n th


BY RAY CRolLEYrIIS' : ,I 'ne.ws Todayln PET DOCTOR
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60 inch four
pounds times
per square
Z Washington Correspondent ly A.w. MelUr, D.V.MQ .
West German medical bulletin
reports normal atmospheric WashingtonBy
pressure. .
Newspaper Assn PRESS
Enterprise By THE ASSOCIATED
an increasing number of patients The rise in corresponds Th. "
eye injuries INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP) ,

reporting to the Berlin Clinic with eye significantly with an increase in the con WASHINGTON-(NBA)-Key State and Defense Depart.' -Former President Harry S. ASSOCIATEDPRESS

injuries. The cause: prosperity sumption of champagne-from two mil ment officials are convinced that only a show of force by the Truman didn't show up at his ,
United States h Southeast Asia-preferably In Thailand-. office Thursday and later his
It seems that people in the Bunders- lion bottles in 1952 to 70 million in 1960. has any chance of stopping the Reds in Laos if the Pathet t wife announced h. had cancelled WASHINGTON (AP) In the

republik are getting smacked right and A new class of society has grown up, Lao and North Vietnamese have set their minds on a military a trip to Lexington, Va. news from Washington
take-over now.American "He has a stomach upset anddoesn't SCHOOL PRAYERS A Roman
left with corks from champagne bottles, inexperienced in the technique of opening
feel like the
making
planners Catholic law professor says
are making preparations for another
which are discharged with a force of bottle, the bulletin explains landing of U. S. Marines or Infantry in Thailand and for trip," said Mrs. Truman. the record of the Supreme Court p tK)

j moving U.S, naval vessels to the Gulf of Siam These land. In the area of freedom of religion
ings and naval demonstrations would be carried out if the NEW DELHI (AP) Prime and church-Mate relations

Ked advances continue and if U S, diplomats secure an Minister Nehru Appeared today has been very good
0.K, from Thailand. at his first news conference It would be neither desirablenor
since he suffered a stroke last wise to amend the Constl.

,ot eirs. !S y, OFFICIALS IIERE HOPE the threat would be enough. January. tution to undo the court's school
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS They have no present plans for moving U. S troops into Nehru seemed weaker than Bible reading and prayer dl'ci.!

Laos. They hope the Communists, however, wouldn't be usual and at times his voice slons, adds Prof. Chester J. An.
s certain of what the United States might;( do. was barely audible. But when a tleau, who teaches constitution. a -
These officials believe diplomatic pressure on Mao\ newsman asked the 74-year.old al law at Georgetown Unlver.
Tse-lung's Red Chinese government will have no effect. prime minister whether or not W. recently bought o
< / Nevertheless t I the United States is using whatever it would be democratic for him slty.Antleau testified Thursday before Poodle The man telling it wanted

?Q"--- meager pressure h available, This pressure includes to settle on someone to succeed the House Judiciary Com extra money to give in the pa-
veiled suggestions of U.S. action in Southeast Asia him In his lifetime, Nehru replied mittee, which wound up Its fifth pen. It this Important? John

,, 0'.e'/ At'- Diplomats also believe appeals to Niluta Khrushchev will ,with a broad smile: "My week of hearings on a variety Ambrose, Wichita, Kan
EJrwa1I'aY ,, I/V produce no results, though inev're.making these lifetime Is not ending ft proposed amendments which
111,11'11" : .
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a I" U1HI'" t :, Even if Khrashchev; shotili?be \\@ :, appeaR'j'; ,. % \.were" prompted by the court's A .Popert,,can, be ,very. 'important, t
own, to try to halt the ''fighting, the current 'MOSCOW (AP) Marlene'bait: "oh"public school religious la lane people and al,Ha value 10otho.

is that his power and 'prestige among the Pathet Lao and Dietrich opened a Soviet tour ,exercises. The hearings are now ... II depends entirely en your
North Vietnamese have sunk to a new low to a leU. out audience that In recess until Wednesday roo.onl'or' owning the dog. KII"lo b.

The danger, of course, is that the Pathet Lao would pay brought her back for 15 minutesof PASSPORTS: A bill to extend a pel and companion, the papas wont'
no attention to the next-door presence of U. S. curtain calls I the validity of the passport to do anything, eicept gather dull In a
'fuit. Some officials worry the Reds might advance so rapidly The crowd of 1,350 in a Moscow five years and raise its price by drawer, On the other hand, II! youwanl
that American forces couldn't arrive in Thailand in time to variety theater Included :a dollar was Introduced In the lo show or bretd rite dog le another
do any good Yekaterlna Furtseva, Soviet I House Thursday. r.g.I.rd, Poodle, you will need the
culture minister. American citizens now can paper the American Kennel Club lu-
TII RE'S STRONG RUlEr among the Military-diplomatic ....,
I let passports Initially valid for 1'' ".. regnlral of all pedigreed'
I analysts here however, that the Red troops are not planninga ATLANTIC CITY N.J. (APt three years, plus a single two. dogs In tins: country Their 9ra'oon, '
complete take-over of Laos now Evangelist Billy Gtraham
says :(rear extension upon application poperi are probably the which,
These analysts hold that tie Reds are simply moving their the UJ>, Supreme Court erred i I f tor a renewal. The fee Is $9. Hit wanted ones all
troops Into stronger positions at key points along the old In even considering the Issue of previous owner lo you
battle ... .i>K..... .. _" .:*i'?',
lines and and
I lighting to secure control of key military. prayer Bible reading In .m m .y ..
0 r- geographical areas outside their lines public schools. N :
Their aim It Is reasoned Is to put their forces in "The Supreme Court was .

more theatening positions. With the resulting strong wrong In even tackling the
military posture, the I'athf I.ao might be able to force problem," he said, "becausenow
--- -----. any Laotian government to bend to its will. it will have to rule on
These U.S. planners believe the Reds have been set off chaplains In the armed forces,
by the growing unity between the so-called neutralists and 'In God We Trust' on our coins,
rightists groups in Laos and by the Communist loss of chaplains In Congress and even Remarks
I prestige among the neutralists, Communist leftists and chaplains in the Supreme Court
Itself"
nationalists. Wi 8c! ,;.:: .w: .

WilES TilE ORIGIN THREE-V.\RT Communist-neutral. s- A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTS w
I ist-rlghtist government was set up by East-West agreement,
it was believed in Communist countries and feared In the TODAY INHISTORY
V Defense :and State Departments that the Communists and + Joyful Note Dept Crews are

neutralists would get: together in Laos for a Red takeover making good progress on four-laning
Instead the left wing neutralists have found it Impossible the Tamiami
Trail
to get along! with the Communists even though the By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS between Ft. Myer-
and
I neutralist premier Is the half brother of the head of the ., Estero. It will be Christmas every -
Red Pathet Lao.IIBImlI. A'A WiRjll!rnll M day when they get it finished,

Today Is Friday, May 22, the by golly.
DIE PRIG I LIT t 143rd day of 1964. There are 223 # *
1115 RARA ACE days left In the year.

MOTTO.El.IOEDACROSS Today's highlight in history: + "Big Louie" Hanna Yacht Club
211. Church .. 0 A T H. END.. On this date In 1807( the trialof mixologist and this ,

I,, GUIIII 111111111 1'1 U C l. tAR. I K E l. P Aaron Burr on a charge of official departmentts un-
.1 4 Edible treason began In Richmond, inspector of buildings and
:llf headily
0 N. A I R t D. RIO I
Heads you go up, tails I Nay. down'!" tuber cOlIIl'rthtll'' Va. things took a gander at the old Cove
S I 13. N t v E R. S 0 On this date:
; fro\ I.blt. layout and
I PUBLIC SERVICE MAGAZINE l 1.. figure 31 Uumr I ETA T. MUSICAL In 1819, the first steamship to reports construction is
I' Il..tway: Irunt 34 Chern' ..0 A w. t T N A.. cross the Atlantic, the "Savan. progressing very nicely.

windward; Ilollt' 0 R I Co IN. I Co L. 0 0 nan," left the Georgia pqrt for Latest word is that the "new"

U Used In :35. I'eriud i R 0 A N 0 0 1'1. I It A which she was named on I voy. Old Cove will
: A Cloud For The Silver Lining IIInhclne 311. ROllloin A'E age to Liverpool, England. open the first week in
I I'ompon tlllptror B L D D V. 0 A ItU. In 1856, tension heightened be. June so some of the Several thousand

rpHERES always a spoilsport lurking translated, means that Uncle Sam may IT lb. (CoirtUtI;ellder 37 lIIoullltd 11u SOLUTION or risTiioAY PUZZLE tween es when pro South and antislavery Carolina tore.con. 'place visiting Shrine Nobles can enjoy the

to take tome of the not be taking enough out of your pay 19 0"11111 39. SoIh of 45 .Vndnou 4. Crude gressman Preston Brooks at.
out of hfe'a little and iatii 211 t.n metal tacked Sen. Charles Sumner th -It *
j jiy pleasure > each week to cover your tax bill, the Internal nllriC oICld :N
5. Sid with a heavy cane at his deskIn
factions; we never get the silver lining "Those 21 ttlhtltlllII Add pawn I liuppropruit or + Never
Revenue Service cautions : the SenateIn will
Without the cloud. 2J .\nlull.oil fads jullui understand why one
Cast not unfamiliarly In the role of who after reviewing their expected 1964 tlbbr H SurtlfOn. 2. 01 lliemoon 6. free tacked 191 Paris.In German. planes at. I of the original Democrat gubernatorial

the villain this time is the Internal Reve.nlae tax status face probable balances due have :24 "tip bah 7 Chapeau 1(39
8 Germany and Italy
:H fiber pltllli H O.lItI 3. FritndllnrsiSi Sidattppcr
; Service with some observations to an opportunity for adjustments by 9: Utter signed a treaty of military alll

t'mper our jubilation over tax cuts re- arranging/( for additional withholding by I 'J ; of 1 s 1 ,IA.. I IQ 10. Loathe ance + Never will understand not
i c ntly presented to us by Congress. employers" 12 Eng letter In 1941, British meat rations'.even ONE of the why
I Recounting the happy news that twocjut n II ry 18 Sailing and soap allowances were re. original Democratic
In other words, if you don't want to I vessel duced. I 1 gubernatorial candidates
n of three taxpayers get refunds at the didn't have
id of the because withheldf get stuck with an additional tax bill next I. It 21 Belief' Ten years Ilo-French gov. 'I enough sense to promise
year money year, ask your boss to take a little extra 22. Man ernment leaders admitted that 'that one thing
f exceeded their therevenooers' would have
wages liability, nickname without greater aid from othernations been a
i out for taxes each week. ? /1 I' II dandy vote-
hint darkly that this prob. J.j getter The
of 23 Rlerliland they would have to Promiset Just
<{bly will not be the case in 1965 In fact, The government gives us this rule lQ 'ff II II give up the defense of the Red J the state law to enforce -
lost of us will end up paying an addi- thumb: A single person using the stand. I 25 Banquet River delta In Indochina I cigarettes against selling

tonal um come next April ard deduction and receiving all wage in. 'f'i1.J'' ;, I' .? I. 26 \rmpll' Five years ago-tnlted Na. to minors They promised
This is the result of a drop in the with. come who is above $5,ooo "could have a n 27 Petition I lions I sources reported Secre.lary t everything else under the

C olding rate from 18 per cent to 14 perjent balance due that he may want to avoid" q tc 11 ? 'I l 28 S\mp I General Dag Hammar. is sun.
under Married couples with standard deduction (hued w Irk skjold was opposed to the es.
the The
new tax cut plan. and with more than $roooo of combined .If J' 1' Jl J.i rar 30 Musical iabllshment I of a U.N. garrison + Jack Prince
ombmation of the 18 withholdg
cent
per j In West Berlin Naples) original
competition j
rat in effect March 1964 salary are in the same boat. .H 3. treasure hunter
through 4 /j. 4 31 Cove One year ago President has been elected
when the tax cut went into effect) and Coming from the Internal Revenue // 3.:! Speak I Francois Duvaller of Haiti was I resident of the
be 14 per cent withholding rate in effect Service, this sounds like advice we'll want ST JI ii' I"0 33 Collective t inaugurated, to a second term 1 ihich is Treasure Trove Club,

ter that date, average 14.7 for the whole to follow. So what happens to the coupleof .r .1 poem* :o which he declared himself and composed ot treasure hunters -
ear extra bucks we found in the pay en. I 36. Crumb elected In 1981. pirate lore collectors all

1 In government gobbledygook which, velope when taxes were cut? j- U 41 38 Young over the nation. Jack now resides in
sheep ready hand U better !Fort Worth
Nw Canaan Advertiser A than a Texas
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Pu neijm,,n, U _,,_.... 40 Cravat ready: tongue. t; are in but TTC headquarters -
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Lick. of proper storage facilities i b a common problem this era of expanding families
tid trowing leisure time Happtlj it s easily possible to correct this situation and gala In-
ft >,ed storage space within the walls of your present home Built-In* can be designed to yield
r : ,', i I' and more flexible facilities for storage than most furniture' occupying the' same area
: I ',ox: fanul round-table might be n good time u' discuss and assess Individual and colIc -
s I tIe t storage needs. and then plan "I. meet these requirements
A veil-planned built-in not only salves storage! .out 1 sp li-i'> prl'blt'l11s. but can: be a source of
tl.nil encvment' There are many t.pcl3pr'! :\lct! sin of nraj-c facilities but all will
,:" l lade some of these basic components shelvi ,ibim t '_ Uiani, and door Because every-
y P I ne storage need are different It ;is necessary nr.' to p.L tn th amount of space that Is
_uiible for built-ins, then adapt the dimensions: of '*ic.e :1] !ments to your on storage
I unit Any one of the Western Pine \lon wends \'.' uid 1"k\ ,' n excellent( choice as the
on.tructlo, sen Its
+ 1 v Solid; lun' ;bt"l:;: if (it is simp

stalnl'd11 I waxed, will not
show signs of we.ir chipped
paint or Anger marks and s
5 k p ;p requires only dusting and an

r 14 occasional wiping
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"" in'' p WHti&KWu! KMif'A' Mmlatf*;'" ,r-.e ":w.r; QrrekSJHHBHBHBI: ,
One of the simplest forms of
TilE MCIIT SHIFT IS TO ,\ trundle bed unit that .ork. t.trrlimr in protitlmc no. t.nl) "I...T storage b shelving You may a 1MtAE
.Pure for two, but .I.u| MnrvKt kern, .Lehr.! und a drop Imf di>.li, Bed "lrun want to add shelves in an ex

:.k run function during the day ll' buill of Wr.lrrn pin.. rrejon MIMH!. addl.tional storage. HOME & GARDENFriday f


store and display your booksin : (.0M" is!' *: ,,f .IoIUlll.) IMIVT O\FKIMK pauibililHM

a living room or den or IMiliMrl| lit tran.fwming II ..( over-head-bright area for
Plan CoolInstall build them In a cabinet you are into ..U>rnir arm for ", ,1-.1..r*. Curs .tur.... llrrr, Dougbaa l fir
on Living May 22 1964 COI Lll;R COUNTY NEWS 5
about to construct on ilnllir. krildinf. I lie wllwlllt > ruplHwrdi wllh >prin(-Ulrhrdlixir
All cabinets have two things im.lli. .rri>rlltnt romolir mlrrtlur < are buih Into bedroom
In common a frame and some wills.
Units or sort of enclosing material or 0pcralion Facelift'Raises
siding To this you may add lo not put a top or bottom on the
Central SystemTo drawers, doors, racks and r bun I'I.c.the box on the round,
shelves to suit needs friHere's pour in aand and level it off at
Home ValueWhen
most homeowners
air For a more elaborate unit theAnswer the lop. Lift the box off the
conditioning
means room units. you can build a complete stor- gr icinj. The nand remaining. on
Many t tt There t.ie: familiar
begin with Its time standby
one unit to to plan remodeling
wall either attached to the Ihe ground will be one cubic
cool a bedroom, then graduallyadd t I 7 I age projects, Operation wood practical, economical t,..,
wall left Or
other units to cool day or free-standing. Facelift should be one of the easy to shape to fU\ any wall. E3 '
time living areas, too. design a'all to serve as a first on the list, say building Wood siding Is available In
Room air conditioners may center for family Interests. experts Applying a new face many types, to create many ,,
If Is an artistic family, .. -
be the best answer to your yours to a home exterior, with the architectural effects, and can -
QU I S liON I have ,
summer air a built-in unit such as this of does than be painted to carry out any ; :
conditioning prob. use siding more .. .
would house ceramic supplies, Gently) been a large
given
color scheme
lem if you own a home structurally add lasting beauty, preferred or
unsuited to central air LjIe.Lw paints and brushes, a drop By making a house safe stained for a rustic look It collection of hand loots 11.-1.1.1L
down table If the Is
family
does, however, require maintenance -
conditioning, or want to add against the elements siding such as screwdrivers,
air conditioning gradually. musically Inclined, the stereoor outside provides protection Inside through painting or pliers etc. All of them are
Room units arc easy to install hl-fl equipment with space thus guarding the ap- varnishing, so the question of :
and could be food condition but they mrrKitchen
for records tapes in
upkeep should be considered
require no ducts, are easy pearance and value of any
to get at and repair and, since Included. Interior renovations and Improvements Modern low-maintenance do not have insulated _
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they're equipped with Individual Divided or partitioned draw Then, too an materials include aluminum h handles as ao many i>f the .-
thermostats, you are able ers in bullt-lns assure that exterior remodeling job Is an siding Among Its advantagesare new tools have I expect to
to cool only selected rooms. your stored articles are readily Investment for the future anda : no warping rotting rust-
Practical portability Is a feature available, easily seen and real enhancement of prop- Ing or cracking and no dangerfrom be doing tonic work around
of new compact room sorted to suit your convenience erty values termites In addition It electricity and I would like

units that can be placed In the A method of assuring 'Operation Facelift" might la available today In a varietyof to insulate the handles to Cabinet

window xlll and plugged into tight yet easily removable partitions begin with the choice of siding finishes and colors make them completely safe.
standard house Is to glue small guide Estimates
current materials and there
are many '
strips to the sides of the draw. Easy to maintain too, and Can you tell me how lo do
However multiple unit each with Its own advantages.
These made notch- long-bearing Is aibc tos-ce- this1'AWfR Remodel Nowl I
ers are by
sometimes lack proper distribution Anything from personal preference -
A
ment siding fireproof,
and often are less Ing a one-half Inch groove Intoa to local climate couldbe weatherproof substance made : The only way lo insure NO OBLIGATION -

efficient than a single larger piece of one-inch half-round the deciding factor from a mixture' of asbestos complete" lately in wockini COMPLETE

unit, As a result operating II 0' I.Mr:NT POKTABIIITV. LIGHT FIGHT are .d..n..,... moulding fibers and Portland cement it round electricity I I. to know I
costs for multiple room unitsmay of new i-imipiK room air rondilionrri. Th!. one run be purrh.wdmrr I'w I:mpiy *''i)>.. be higher than for a cen she rounlrr, ukrn (home in the mr, placed In window .ill and To further Increase the effectiveness Attic Fan Aids chemical fumes or corrosivesalt and even then, you'd better he Call This Number

tral system of comparable plugged Into house urrrnl. It', r..f lo .tore, loo. of your storage air, and hardens through sure thatwhm you Jie doing conform -
Home Comfort MI 2-4422
units utilize empty for
capacity. spaces la electrical code in your
exposure.
A central system in a properly racks and partitions.These are community. The amplest, way to
Insulated house offers t: THE relatively simple to make If At Loner Cost Its made In a selection of inaulale metal handle la to BEACH

temperature and humidity &ON r you measure carefully, cut and For a relatively small invest shapes and textures, and In a wrap them In rubber tape or
control, air cleaning and proper It assemble precisely range of colors from traditional plantic electrical Or
ment a modern attic fan will tape you
air distribution. Several 1' tt1 .J.to u A wide variety of hinges may take. the simmer out of sum- whites to deep hues and soft \can buy one of the rubber compound CABINETSMILLWORK and
studies have shown that central be uspd' from' those that are pier! for your home. pastels. | auld in liquid f"'m. The
air conditioning decreases I, ANDY LANG .completely concealed to those Although an attic tan will/ Thin masonry veneers are l handle I. dipped into the compound
housework substantially Improves AP Newsfeatures that are completely visible. not, of course provide all the often med In combination with | forming a rubber mold'
appetites, results in \\Min do the wards when Which you choose Is a matter comfort of air conditioning, it other types of siding They Include when hardening lakes place II
'akkmg price" mean to you 979 tat Ave N.
more and more restful sleep of personal preference. Con- can cool your entire home to brick stone and simulated err
for the family. Improves dispositions tau sec Muni in u l\IIulie.IM-IIII.: advertisement cealed or semi-concealed the same temperature as that stone Here too, color QUFSTION: I wUh Induction wMCrac.
and causes familiesto Quito .obviously they mean the owner is willing lo hinges do not mar the appearance outside. and pattern choice Is excellent i about Ixina concrete would

spend more time at home tike less for Ins house than the price quoted in the ad. of the door but require The modern attic fan can be Durable and easy to handle i tell how to determine what I III a

together In oilier words, he lia* placed a higher price on the more care In fittingIhry'rr equipped with a reverse act- plywood siding Is becoming a i cubi fool of undo How do I Imeaaure .CAkelorilf
Design Improvement in recent IUHII.C than ho thinks u lo worth Drrorahv Ing thermostat that turns the popular resurfacing material. a ciihu foot1ANSVM
years has sharply cut the mid lit docHn'l On the other hand, exposed fan on when It'i hot and shuts Speed of application Is one of
one expect you to R. Make a wooden box,
cost of central equipment and Magnolia Still GrowsA hinges can be very decorativeand It off when there Is a tempera Its advantages, as It comes In wnh each aide one fool
Installation. Cost will dependon pivII'N can add to the appearance oquarr
kind of a the seller lure drop a timer or, In some large panels
local climate the size and twine of the door. Properly attached, .------ ----
ind the' prospective. Uijcr pluy huge nagnolia tree still on cases electrically operated exhaust -
orientation of your home to h'" urmuch K.IIIK tiling that the lawn of Vaaaar Brothe,.' any hinge does a good job and louvers
the sun, how the home Is built IK'iH lab, between mi milomoblUdi I Home for Aged Men in Pough- helps set the built-in style be In this kind of Installation .
and whether It will need structural .iKr ,aid .i new car pmchuxcr, keep.ie.N.Y. recalla an incident it modern, traditional or early the fan "air washes" the attic
modifications such as CIII bet.ni in ton i.IIla1M' with a after the aaaasamation. of President American. during the day, pulling/ out ST
added Insulation, and the Ii-Kil priee' neither party intend. Lincoln 99 years ago If your house has no floor' hot stagnant air, and then
amount of labor needed to Install tnnhtI'IT ---IlNlhew-L'ers.r--don-- -*pac -.that-can-be-spared lot pulls fresh., cool outside air NATIONAL BANKOF
the unit I Ihr" t\pk of bargaining. year old retired brewer preparing bullt-lns better use of existing through your home at night, l
Once you have decided on null.ited with in, unri'uliotie. J.k- the \anar College plant for! closet space may be the ans- The fan's' speed can be easily t

central air conditioning, and tile pi I in'. has liven going un in opening wrote in his diary on wer, Orderly storage cabinets regulated from a centrally NAPLES
your cooling system Is Installed "n. \\.1\ " operate it ns you would your ,' 'rid for tliiHIK' .viels of yours. "Cut magnolia to decorate triple holding capacity, can choose ,

furnace Ideally: full-time. In in.tiHinliicH. It is ..t.ind,ird Preat. Lincoln-Coffin at the RR ___ _____ II I from two basic types of attic HOME
Don't wait until heat is oppressive Prunttcc l lo l>iitum oxer the pricel Depn this evening. Amanda I fans One Is mounted vertically
then turn on the unit l 'h".1 i c" milling sold. I Ilao. (Mi.a'' Amanda Germond, his 1 where there Is sufficient attic
and expect It to provide design II "i- Iailnwn'J. (.'r "HIU peculiar housekeeper) accompanied Lady Want Foreign j height especially In two story IMPROVEMENTLOANS

conditions Immediately It'.'.','n ,nl\' w ilh ,,'rl.ItIlI'III".o Committee( ) down," Lincoln'afuneral homes. The other, designed for
In hot summer weather, vent with tin ippiriitt pitttril lo the* tram stopped briefly at Garden Pen Pal? j one story homes with low L
pitched roots. Is mounted
appliances and restrict mols- ..11."> pit" lure. Ponghkeep.ie -
ture-produclng activities suchas llu' .Ia'. no regutaunn Hun pro You may find a foreign garden I horizontally. Each comes In
pen pal if you attend the New \varloui sizesWant .
showering and bathing \inl. .l hoiittf seller Iron udurtisinfc York World's Fair this, year of
mopping and scrubbing to HI a.1.111111"ICs. It mat Ease Paint Plans next A pen company i II aponaor-
early morning or late evening in 'Mil. lute some 1'"h..I"III..1 Ins in "InlernatH Penfriend The Rose As
Keep doors and windows closed v.lhk ill ptnttdmg .l stating 'Willi These Tips Program" lo promote i better
and shielded from direct sunlight I,..... h11 .l "iitct....lul .....il. Mill undemanding an peoples ,>f National flowerThe
ng First National Dank of
When a can of paint Is beingitlrred Naples
.II 1,0.1.1 l one numhcf" "I I thed the 1I"rtd./Sp"nf"i ( Parkei! Pen).
natal' \..I'eldllan "I| Ki',il I Elute by an electric drill with One rr it,3n, pars if all National Council of Stai 111"' :
Ik'.tub-. I ,i""'1" I'urn Kl, paint mixing attachment pre- nab "11 arc xpe, ti ;1 t reg jfr Oarden Clubs, with a member*
f4itl ftncrve .,...... F...tral ._ Ifi
t Inwranc Carp
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Sh'U,1\ tw I .I. bklute. .1 vent spatter by making a tern arj u be ::11' I an etc bhlp of 400,000 In 49 states. has
Annual Plants i.'.H t.l.Hitx." "Ur .li"nld netctuse porary lid of heavy cardboard t1: .. -al i N, am being r >ne on record for making theM
,III a.klllg ptl.a in .iiumpiinnt Push mixing rod through hole gathr d ih II' .l the Vo >rlj. our national flower,
Gi\c Hi<'li Color ,, -, II .1, h...,.'. Il i.. an .ijnnlu ... punched In cardboard

Theies nothing like annual -.n 'a\.. that tin' Kr,'ktr Spinning the handle of a
plants to add a profusion of col- lilt\\ i.ik.' .ilm'''l M\ offer within paint brush between the hand Frrarrrrrrrrrrrrrrr- .
oiful blooms to plant b'ds a.L"n i I I.' :uke J solo .t< he t .m after cleaning will remove excess TORO *"TOMATIC 1 /
NOW NEXT WEEK ONLY! ?
round the property. for plint t"ilUeithc' e> boxes on windows and porches .iltn."|1.i.. 4ct!tilmy. l.l.I 1

or for strips along patios. 'urnih, .it the "pr. Today annual plants cnn \be I u til, li' the li""" "'ttke'fl Mt fI'.1 RI'RI'T" I, 1

purchased at nurseries b\ the .nnrcl1\ l la'h1'4'> the ,Pone I- A thin coat of wax, well
dozen In "flat' !." or basket or 'q \ ,' ,I)5 I .ukrl t I' ,nn.,, I. ,'II I- buffed with a soft cloth on the ser iT..roftatT IT ',I ; BLANKET
Individually, or for transplanting '1. .1 ." ". .".t edges of doors will keep fingerprints I ; THROUGHOUT YOUR
outdoors ss the home o tierdesires ,r from shoving Tike a permanent ?rvacation <) +
According to the American from r"f"i ""':",'\1 f"V K HOMEI What better way
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Association of Nurserjmen SPECIAL !
there has been a treat surge of .t.rilll you/ .t 5s. .'i\\ to enhance the beauty of

annual planting since these lan 1 r8-----
plants have become available PlanningA' S -. J& 1 Rg, $I Value) your environment I

well-rooted In convenient con 1 /
tainers, Traditionally, not only PATIO TORO AUTOMATI CALLYIe every day and especially -

flowering' plants but vegetableshave Lowers. your water bills I
svaJable In plant orR'piring CLEANED Jft 1 when you're entertain-
been S Increases your propertyvalue completely, underground / BJJ
form In order that the home r Your 2 T
owner can obtain earlier blooms Save the. work of watering t / FORWRAPPED ; ng guests) Phone us or :
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and maturity In vegetables + ROOF S Help build a beautiful, 1

With the popularity of family Ask About A lan / 1 stop in .
garden living rooms has e Ends tin, ghtly drought IN PLASTICNAPLES / I
come the planting of annuals. HomeImpro'ement spots ti lored to your spec fie, needs 1

u well as lovely flowering shrubs e C,vts you more leisure t,me 1 tl AaZf tI 1 ei1'o

like roses Including tree roses MCt ESTIMATES Wt wII b. glad to Check your prop'
In containers of many kinds Loan sell or sand us s switch of yt ji tar dscsp for ntlmsta.M. LAUNDRY
that add colorful glamor to the +!
outdoor entertainment area. / I ..o4wiws1 ar M.ui 0' MHC I. ? "eery N TOGO a..'.t..tw.I C.wa. 1 1

The home owner has a much THE

rater unmer selection containers of than plants ever In j Bank of Naples STAHLMAN i Systems &DRYCEANERS CIAt'f.l.ra.rrai. jC!. '"floritt


before Modern nurseries serve 11.1.....H alas M 1M'twe'
'ir'ta '. '" nt,''1er* that can Msmh r FDIC P C Box 1091 Naples, Florida 1095 Fifth Aw. So Ml 24435 ; sw -...- tu.r..arrar

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with usuranee of color andl I I tk.rrrrrr.rrarar.Lgrer.gelf I .
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SW'.. )0 c. 17 I LuclI.Anderson A. 14 IWO..., IN 01 IW\4\ 01 lora April 1. 1963 I 91 32 110 Comt Co. 17110 moo loss 1 7 IID. 1 Joe W. 1 VIOIOC. 11.00
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0170 EY 01 HW\6 o1WN, 01 nil NN 01 Nile" 01 HWWI 01 14 II 12 Conit Co 1101 12403 ids 1111 IID. 1 less R/W In 0.
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of and 111' I .1 HW Co 01/ Richard H. I N NWO : : :1 o/ fl.. RolNEN of SW\*. EU ef Nile of a u. 11311

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Quinn 411 I.01' NY .f IIWI .f HWWI N 5421 10597 N. 17. $' of' nil I' of W Atlantic Molt Mao CI."to" I"

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HW6\ I 10 az 1 N HIWI N .Wilt of IE" 10650 N. '21' o1.. 'IM eW.. IOS Florence P. Jr. N so U"
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01 SWY. NN 01 SWY Of NW4 ; NL4. of H..IO' 10721 N. IS S' eI IMS e210' Atlenti ..._. 2H. 1500 I' Ilk 10 [. L. JansaJr
01 IE4 oIWY.. 'E6 Of W M4 el NW* 11 II 119 d u. 1111
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of 'E'" II 10 U 115 Allis IW4. of 'WIIt 24 II J4 20 Zimmerman 112 7'. w. Illl, S. 1S1 to Atlantic Mort. loss 42.45. .1212 Washington 1111Ernnl
4723 Hilt 01 NN 01 NISI 01 NWY. COmM"y 524 1/52 :i'.i' I1' of HI\6 01 NWM' Allis ot Y. 1303 POB 113 11 112 Corp IU Johnson 1371

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17.10l71'1 of I 150' WhNlar N U. n." r4z. Lot II Ilk It N.wheua. 01 HIM LM 7 Ilk I T. S 1'_

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11161 Lot. I I. Ilk I Vlob C. Imtlh II a' 177\4 5. 135' b/ W 100' 01 E. wnlb u. '11351 Lot U Sib It R.hrmlP.y I II I Jens M. Taylor 77.11
I7/17101 12 .Ik S Vo C. Smith 110 Lot 120NAPLES S Oelma H6Il Lot N. Ilk I
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12114 Lots 11.11. .Ik I Vkh C. Smith 10 la FARMS 3.2 usa Lols 10 L II Ilk 50 O Sa'von I. 01UIOI MOORINGS UNIT I PI 311 Mrs. Mary
Jos Smdh LITTLE' :: Jo..ph T. Ollw.' :. .01Lorra.n. 25312
Lot 15 Sib 10 Marl Scant
Lot
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UV: 17160 E. 30' of W SIN' of II IIIl N1Lot II. Sib N
121. Lot 10. .Ik S Et U $4 U .. n BUI..ml U' M GOLF I
11117 Lots 1.1. Ilk C V'ol. C. SmnSOUTH II 47 llSO' 011140 Lot !loll, Lots I. 6 1 .4 Ilk II Gul. 11.1I REPLAY .LK 7 NAPLES "" 13tH4
12110 Lets 11.13. Ilk C Vlots C. Smith 17 IIIIIIt 17171 :. 300'.5 W. E3 It n 14..n' Taylor II n ,.. M.... lEACH CLUB TRACT PI ... ......
IMMOKALEE NOT PS HI lot 17 5th1 141114640 53 Atoela II :. :. 21/J1
11171 50' of W IZOO' .1 Oil LoIU ... ." T1110' I II: 17 .. Lo' 10 Ilk 7
W. L. S Dorothy :i 115 117lot 25 Sib II R. L. Eawe 01 YK REPLAY PI 111
Lot' R 5th I C. Crswford 69 U12t01 ISO..f..f Wm, E' Jot S Lou.ill .' NAPLES HEIGHTS WIItJ.m ..
N.Iha hcbaon 17171 u ii' oft LotU N n FObyth at U' /i. n / lots 1)1 Sib II Nnchy II II I'.... IM,, 2111

Lot t1. IIY I EI Vir 7014 NAPLES MANOR UNIT 3PO Arthur E. 30123 Lot I Robert C
SEMINOLE IU.D PS 1.112'U 24181 lots 112 Sib II /Nnton at u. Ich..k.rt. 01 to' to"
\ Lots 14.11. 5th, A Carl W.'o. 14.. '.17 Md.ItateIntl II 71710 LO'1 IZ S U Ilk II Min SI.ry 1177U701 30110 Lot 34 IMPROVEMFNT CO.

12.60 Lot Ltl. IIk S Carry E. Kr.hn I U2912 Lot 1 Sib Ehoob.'h Ho"'. Inc Lot II Ilk II John R H3I J", LITTLE NAPLES FARMS PI 20
HEIGHTS PI H5 Arthur I.
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Leon P. S S 61 U1Z7! Lo' 2121 Ilk N AnM T. Wflllama II! IIWI3 TERRACE P' 313
4'5 1.11 NAPLES
Thelma M. Joshua Jam.S I PI 1.I/ Lao" A.
IZIII Lot 21 Ilk' I Plunkelt U 3WELLI I Roue I Lo.1333PSub KIIUNIT W. T. Cunningham. 1177IUO. h..n, Yr SI23
Lot 10 Sib 30101: Lot I. 1 S 7
5USD PS 4 n III II Hlbun E, lots I. 7. I Sib II E. P. Hairs. 141 IIMd.ltl" Loon A.
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13011 N" Lot 11. Ilk A : Jr. HI 11311 Lot I Bib II ; L. S 71ll. Lot 31 Ilk 51 Inc, I IA1,05 51Ula' JOU' OYSTER Lot 1 SAY UNIT I P. 111
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13040 Lot U. Ilk 1 51.u/htsr I at ilK IIC. S. Smith Join S Florsnca J0217 Lot I Tlmmon. St II

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Edna Irto", 11311 Lot Trio I".. Lot 3IIk II Idl DadeM Allis I. .. Pot.. F L..II {151
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13041 Lot 14. elk e at 'I 13 UH. 11317 Lot 14 Ilk II TI-D, Inc. M N. DavlheparUll I"e. OYSTER SAY UNIT I P' 1.45
ARLINGTON TERRACE PI u. NAPLES MANOR ANNEX m.. Lot U Sib IJ I. I' L..h. C N II

Kirby SDorah PB Mil WIIII.m T S VOII2S0" 10)60 Lot IZ Robinson'
130. la 24 Smith, nil JambI S 10811 Lot 11 Sib II M. Rill I" PHILIP A RUST DEVELOPMENT

AVAION ESTATE UNIT I. 4'5 IoU 11601 Lot Sib, II Mary Brook M. H. David1rop.rtias PS 174J03.
1311' Lot 15. .1. 1 Willi" a. coon 11mu NAPLES MANOR LAKES son Lot II Sib II : Ins. 1 I" .. Fr NW Cor SEC IL Run I All W LI"

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lasts Man1o 11 nUO 5. 50' Loti II S U Sib II Boole Iuaon N 525' ". H. Lid.I

Lot 42. .1. I Whnhier, 0I UK II O!I 11110 Lot 2 Bib I Orowans. Inc. Miry Louis.Nuddla 36120' to ni Run ':1'P:.fa Ard wilhradius

Jell NAPLES. TWIN LAKES nla, Lot at Ilk II .. 31' ..n'.' .which. '1 H' E. SI
13107 Lot 11 a 11 .Ik I Towncmd. at uo 14 II P. 135 1 JI Harll.rt C. 1011.1. I St' I 01 P05, Far 17 .'. IW'ly angts
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13230 Lot I. Ilk 7 Richard' H"d' 61 311m. 15144 Let Sib w. S9vW 31N..poht0n : Juan SotundoParMnaoa For N .ac n. 101' P/M to Ch.""...
Lot 5IY 1 Wm. W.lh II II 19151 Lot : Sib: : R.Iph 1. Wnttms Ul11 lot /A Ilk II N.vot I52S II NW'ly .Inns, .wN.r. Id .,,'110 .wllh' ISM
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Narvay E.Ubly "HO Lot U Sib 4 Co, Lot 11 Sib N Gar.ld .. Fyb I IImH E alg 10 Ina 151' P/M to P00. E. Sorry

133$4 Lot I Ilk F El U. II.7J NORTH NAPLES HIGHLANDS Lot If5 Iklll'k Gorotd t fybe 1 ;; LANtERN LAKE SECTION
Mary A. S Harvey PS 3.11 lots S 71 Robert NarKin 11 PORT ROYAL I'B 1100
13355 Lot I Ilk, F S. 1,1111', I 61 I'I 3,537 Loa 14.31 Ilk F Rob.R W, Tsyior 31 Wm, J. S lE.t..or. S. W"' n. Tracy, 33554
1.BAYVIEW Ill U331 Lot 13 Sib 71 I II at u.
Huah ACRES P. 10611 Lot n
13311 Lot 10. .1. P Gores Et U. 104 .. .mo r 11E1 I S 10 1 50 15 3 W. I. W.... 31 37' Lot U Ilk 11 H.A. Wso.baugh II LANTERN LAKE ADDITION

PARK P. 121 PINE RIDGE P. 1.21 NAPLES PARK UNIT PI 30 II'IM41 PORT ROYAL P. 311 10 IZ
S I. 14 C:1.u.:
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Samuel 0'
Danford13H II
11391 Lot lull" .. /] .10'32 Lot 75
.. PropN.rtu wlna1:
aMert Paulns T. Lots Ito ZZ : 71
Jolnna 19091 Lot I Sib A I"cl. Sib II RIDGE, LAKE P. .13
Lot II ..o K.tt, II M... Lou_ S Mary .nl.y W, LMargarott.

Marion CK.nnedy 11591 Lot I Sib A Sacha. 01L U411 Loti 2425 Ilk II limo JI '1Roam..l. H. .1111

13427 laS IIC..I. Elh. S .. 111 ISIS Lot lI. SIb, I W..to
150001510E UNIT 1 PI .72 11101 Lot 1 Bib' A S.Ity Ito,. U"O Lot 35 Ilk 7J Col."ti I I'' RIVER PARK lEAST PI N 1 SI
.. W. JOI.pIt John M JamN C. 1CMrlna Rob.rt Iotln.

UUO Lot I. .1. A .. lEt U. 31 IIJOllP" I 19959 Lot 11 BIB C Sornahelo. 101 "I Lot II Sib, 7J .I.ka .01 JIGU Lot I Sib IV N UK 1t.0
Harll.rt 39975 Lot JI Bib C E. P. H.lro Nathan'. W. ROYAL HARBOR UNIT I PI 315
134. Lot 1. .Ik A NolIl.. .t UK 113' PINE RIDGE -PG NP5423 1 601 Lot I" Ilk 11 Wilson I I.. McCwaMRy1191W 7171
David Dttmlnn, 1 611 Lot 4' Ilk 11 Curt l.7)1 \ II' Lot 12 S All Lot II Ilk I SCo.
13451 Lot 10. Sib S Beta 411JRo David, S JnMs 130 I SUI Lot U Ilk 11 brat L. NioOit 1 .. ROYAL HARBOR UNIT P. HO
,.. Co""t 20061 Lot I SIb H v..ot.n 6.3 Lot 13 Ilk 71 Dorothy I, Jo ns 7 U T..eodo. K.
13469 Lot I. Sib C W.LN.. Sr. Et U. 31 I'' PINE RIDGE IEXT P' HI I Raymond Monlgom.ry. 13111REPLAT
Worth. H..ood. William, 0 25111 Lot U Sib' In '11..ld. .. 11491 Lot II Sib1 .t u.

13473 Lot 1. Sib, C N.wbirb. at UK ]JI O! 1010. Lot Sib' L Crowby. .t U' III NAPLES. PARK REPLAY; ILIK I.UNIT I IP.4I PART 0' NAPLES PS I II1UI .

Loon E' Albert E. 154 \. N ISO' of W0' of E 110'. Ilk lL Tl.r Ann.AYaS Jo .a6
13471 Lot II, Sib C Snydar, It U. II 11 101. Lot 3 HotcA.r. I I, D. C.ldln S /ooboard n'A"n. "
.ROOKIIDIE UNIT I, PI 413 PALM RIVER EST, UNIT I PI 300 niiO Lot ZI Sib 1 /. I, Roa. .t II 7 It mil Lots 1 / S I rrf':1 lI' Lot 7. L.II N. La.
Harold fl.IROOKSIDE a.'ltoro' A. II NAPLES PARK UNIT I"IE I. R I" NIE COR Lot 1 S v.co.ad It' Ally Mot.1 p Z,11Abullln / II
13411 Lot /, Sib D 51.01,1.. .t uK 11I"WI' I 10247 Lot U C.lco LAT BLKI 4 5 I PI .-. Said .. Sib IS. Tisr t557S.a100'S Inc
UNIT I. P. H' PLAT I NAPLES VILLAS P. .., M. H. Davis /: Car Sib IS. YR II
''' Co".11 Malcolm M. King 10 mI' Lot Prop.rtf.: I II Coot I .1. IE silo. 10th. It 120' thin C. J. Jonas

In65 Lot 26. .Ik F s Ills .. II 10SlO Lot 4 Sib n Jr. at u' ISLES 0' CAPRI. NO. I PI 111. ,I E. tiS'. than N 11. T".n W, 115' to Lumbar Ca.P05 .
Byron I. ROCK CREEK ARK PII I." 0aor L' i .Ik I' Tin II of Plapl.s. 101, lit II

13510 Lot I, Sib, 0 ...t... .t u. 10 '1 M... IEmmor20"a 31MYIIb .' mso Lot N Mortlm.r N 10i 1161. N 100' 01 UNIUI SIb II T. II S.a. C. J. Jonas
COCONUT CREEK UNIT L P. I/1 Lot II S'b' A Klrkl.nd board R.pl.t Lumbar C. 33117Ibnlay
Paul a K. S Its isy Sob Lots Ito S III N UKnnpralua 71 II W.

13711 Lot ., .1. D M..on. Jr. 17 I:r 20611 Lot I S N. IS' lot lib I W. SmithMatthew I .1 ISLES 01' CAPRI NO 3 PS .... 1111 Lot. I 12. Sib II T II. I..lloard R.pl.t w..t.. 01 u. ..M"JII1I
COCONUT GROVE UNIT I PS .... D. 1 N 26097 Lots 111 S I"1 L. L. L..c" 15 .. lots 17 Inc Sib II, T IZ Seaboard Rs.plat .
Paul A. 2nU5 Lob IH2.U Bib S Wavy Plods' lIllI Loti U7 4. UI L. L. Loaoh 54 .. I Eli., Sr.obor INPLATTED

11111 Lot I. Sib A Irmna.r. .,. 40 I ROSEMARY HEIGHTS P I 053 R.ymo"d ,. S LANDS TWP 41 S 60 Wilson J.
Udnay' L, Slanlay. Gordon SIN Lot 151 Alice May Loot t7 II II TIppM Ill. N
Si R.n,1
13110 Lot 3. Sib A Swain' at u. U..' 20735 N ISO' Lot J7 To."d. ISLES 0' CAPRI II111 From PI.I of Ely prolong of B LI ot

Lloyd IricoPsrkor 20131 E. 100' 0'' I. ...' lot It D. 11.114 To..nd. Il .USINUI SECTION PS HI E W allay SIb ,.. T II. .with" W'ly R/W
13111 Lot .. .1. A at u. JI IWlh.m Port Lot II Dn.n DI 40 12' J. J. IIU3 Lot au Varlynopralul 1/ 01nus ACL Spurlme' run S. on said W R/W
S, Mid Itel. Hom. SO Lot a6l4l1 Loch I".. 311 11zem !IO' to POB. cent S too Pt W HIM'to
1311. Lot 7. Ilk A .1"f.ld, 111.1, 10731 W. 60 Fl 01 1140 01 Lot J7 Inc. Lot SOS I.L. arr au 70 E LI of 10' I.,.,. N on E LI '10'
Puns, HEIGHTS ADD P. .11 S Irvin P. NH 1110
Henry C ROSEMARY Raymond E I**' to Poe Unpletted Lend 150 tl
IJlII Lot II. .1. A .100 17." Goons I. IS 04IABAL 2.114 Lot 101 Alice May lent till 31100 A lot or paul of ,lend In Oov Lot *.
Mary Y. 207. Lots 9lot S W. 10' Lot 103 Cor"1 .t u. Gordon K. S 160-21 from SE Co,. of E 140' of W

um Lot 15. .Ik A RauIhgard.n 41.1 SHORE PII ,.17 Cot"'o" ISubd. 12 ZlIII Lot III Irma IIc".lo 1101ISUI MO' of N 450' of SO lot I run N Par'll
Pup hIns. I.Cartwright 2011. Lot I Bib E Chad. J. 01' CAPRI' NO 3 PI I-N to W Lin of Lot t for II' then Dell

1311. Lot II. Silt A 12U.11m. : ,11k7 F 1.11.1 I""" P' 410 Robert O, O.tton tiSORRENTO I WIII..d L. Jonas from Nto WND.a11'II"SRun
R. 10811 Lob ZI121 101.64/64/ at ua IllPS JI NW'I ly for 144' / lots' with
1313. Lot I. .Ik I McL... .t UK III I GARDENS ,. TOWN 01' EVEROIADEI lino Per'II l le 4 hooT.1f let Coups
M. I PS HI 1.11." .
W.Ilaca UNIT
J .here M> Dete then run S en line Par'll
13..1 L.t J. ILA, Hudson. Jr. at uo 31.'6 in'u -Carl :t.YKN0: m15IORRENTO 1 .II I f fr YaP' 0.1'1'1' ,. 1 MC. W of BO Count. for 154' ,
'f ..... J.. W. Dooso' 31o3SL...W 51b A."I, r+: .May 2.NN lot. I'Ib$ y O t PT ,Inttn with, ..". Peril to 4 r
/ ,') .I.-oJ 0 ,. LawN M/L /
113014.112' C .t U' III GARDENS 30 5 to 0 Id 11, O/WtI 0 I. Pollard 4SO' S of N "". lot I. than Run E for
COCONUT GROVE UNIT I PI 111 UNIT 3 PS / il' S. I.019/ Lot 1ft Ilk II. at u. II It ...' le PO,. Alto e put S' In .width M W. Marilyn
Earl E. ..1... L.roy &COII''I 20.7 EVERGLADES REPLAY PI H' Whitney 1".71
13155 Lot U. Sib, A .t U' S. I 5 210. Lot 3 SIb IE Ch.rlottl oII.rt 0'Robinson all taller' property

Cludb J. SOUTH TAMIAMI HOTI44 114 1111' Lot .Ik 1 .t u. I 01Rob.rt A. P AYERS
13151 Lot U. Sib A CNhron. .t uK ".1 6 21135 Lot. I S 7 Sib A Opal P. P.". II 0, Tel Collector

L."c. N, 21147 lots n 1 21 Sib A Opal' P. Pan., II 11 lliin Lot Ilk 1 Rob ".." II Colllr County 4'b.
at U. II'.'a 11111 Lot I 445 0 Paul F. Ianlisl Robert 0 #1)4
I Loot.
13160 Lot I. .Ik
57.Jahn I, II It. 164
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T May
II D Vicbls AIt..1t 26111 Lot /Ilk
S.vniy" S Ray.St 11101 Lot Ilk Rob'"I0'' II

13161 Lot U. Sib S UK 31.1 I F, 10 31 26610 Lot 10 Ilk t7 Co/hr Ow. Cop, II I!
K.nn.th L' Iml LotS Sib IE C.Iabria at u. PLAN 01' NAPLES PI I I'

13161 Lot II Silt I McCollum, .t UII 31.1J.m. If Patsy J. 11.1 11107 Lot. 1312Ncl. / S I" of N I ALLEYS I

.. A.Fn.N.od. 11240 Lot II Bib F .ur..""" a W n' Lot II. Ilk 11. T I IUI.tt. I"'mlra' 131 II ..:': >" '{ <' + > '':: l
131" Lot 15. bib B .t U' 1...8 IPERLINOS 5USD. PI 112 21110 1111 INTEREST IN LOTS 110 INCL I ; -t; ., :f'

Ronald L, Jimmy Lawrpcs N 10' of Lot II S '... V'ad N IAll.
13165 S McCune. .t uK II.'" 21151 Lot .n Sib S Snail .t U' .0 .,. .Ik II T 1 MlrtlO Scott I' I"
gtcb'NU. RIVER UNIT I PI UI SUNSET HOMU P. 121 "Ill Lots U.II Inc). Sib ", T I 'rad 01 Towles, 2/! 16IIISJ

13.11 Lot 103 Wlh.m, D, H.on 12.1 C..lor. W. .11 Lot. 7.' Inc/ Ilk IT I Miriam Q. Rutlor 110 :II
CRAIG'I 5USD. PI Ill 212"! Lot I Roll.... John W, and Mar arl

14041 Lot 7/ Sstty JOin D1..rt 11,1 "j.mln S Mary S 11 21171 U lot II all Lot IS Sib 10. T I M. Sauo 177 :i
Richard, 21301 Lot 23 Mou"or UII5 Lob. 4 L Ilk II. T I Wm, W. lorry III II
14047 Lot U Vonnaco T", 1313 Lot II Joa.pIt Adoll"O I i 11 1.111 Loti 10. II. S II pub 11. T 1 John Oara/ca .0111;
Roy 113... Lot J4 Q. D. Poll, 1116I 27100 N 110' of W. 117' .f Lot. 3 S N 110' Harley T.

1I0SO Lot .. Johnson .t U' 1PS I 2131. Lot 35 O. D, Pony IUZU" of Lot Ilk IT' Wingala, .t u. II :..
FLORIDA FARM SITES w. H. IURRENCY" IU.D PI 1.11 Donald L. %
1.33 231 21 1.5' Lot. 23 S 2/ Sib 3 Myrllo Chases. ITRAIL / U 17360 Lot I I IE 2. tll' Lot I, Ilk II, T I .11"ka"I"lp. .t u. II IIt7111'140 95

C..ml" SImooM' TERRACE' PS 301 Lot. I.' Inc! S 1140 .1 IE I 1/1' Robert. .I,
Mablo
L Witham I Arnold A. S Lot Ilk U, T I 1'.pIt.n, 01 u. II 1..
11m Tracts II S N It Soulhwonth..R 7 !.. 11711 Lot I S I Sib 0 L. VU'IOI ".n John & lI.nc"

14211 Tract 70 Vmc.nt 1'.01. 4 I 15 REBECCA WEEKS IU.D PS HIIS 11Thom. 12 27aOl Lot IS S II Sib 3T I A. Cannon 1111 10

14301 Tract 75 I Vc.nt PsvobGUIlfORO 4 I 21130 Lot 10 R.baca. S W..kl 11405 Lots I20. a W 15 1Lot II Sib Frank Simons,
PI 369 .
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ACRES N. III 11
II
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Robert flNucbab. 21135 WHISPERING INty Ninny 1112. IE" Lot II II IncS EN .f 14' Lot K..ot" P.
lUll N. Lot IS Ilk A .. .t UK II.! PINES P' 415 U. Ilk U. T McConbsyr It I II

lUll W. JP53f t. 11.14' Lot II Ninny MSib David C., IUO.d 1375th 5T Lot 11 S E" Lets 1411 IM Or I. Carroll,
AIIIN ...,. .t Us 2.L. I!. 11161 Lot II Sib A Jonas .I' 10111
C.: o30 Marvin
La II Ilk I la I. 130' a Jon.. .I,. / 1J..aph 17101 Oil E 3:' I.otL''I'I: otI.\lIi; :.I"otC,
;. 10' RolI.rt E. WaaY.1 II 21161 Lot 17 Sib A Si, oW i can as UIII

Lau Lot II IIk, I Carolyn W"dd.n, 17 I!3 Randalllot 11.1N..ry L. A. Iowltng I
Roofs iii D.l44n / Lot. 2123 Ilk A Coult 11130 Lot I. L a I. In I, T 1 C. E. Sall 540. of ALL FAILURESin

Lots 20 5 U Sib S Mayo I", 11.1 iO Br.ntl.y 111Frdsricb
GULF HAR.OR P. HI 11172 Lots 25 5 II BIB A at u. R. 11171 Lot I S I II III' Lot I. lib, Ili T I AndsrrtNtTill'

Gull Harbor 'UI 1110. 171' of WIO' Lot L 171' lots 101 S Itrt A.
11105 Lot II Co,.. III 13 11177 Lot I Ilk I H..ock at u. 111' 01 E U 1Lot U. I" II. T I PNanon 01 u. UII4 I IEdward
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Gulf Harbor Corp. 10 I! Gold P.
41
Lot
111$4 11121 Lot 7t Gulf Harbor Cop I lie 13 III" Lot II Bib I T.I..rt Pau/ms 10 III 21''37 N. 130' 1 "mor.ad lend I" I, T S "oon.lor 11.10 business are
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11155 Lot 10 Gulf Harbor Cory 1111I Edward P.
SHORES PI .60 III" Loti JI.J7 Ilk I T..c" .....n'.lorm
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11155 Lot II Sib I L.Dp at YK 10 IGI.nn II 11105 Lot I Sib C V..ot.n 1117 : La 6Ins S Nddls N' [ I W N LN H.wtt I EYrs

W. WILMER HEIGHTS P/ /1 II Inc). Ilk' T 9 McGilll the ranks-
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11157 Lot II .Ik I loDae at OK 10 I II Ronald W. / I 60' IE S W 0' Lot i 12MI, .Ik 1. T I H.1t .. M.OII ZOU11Z from

Obnn W 1141 Lot \I II, Sib I T 9 HowItt McGill .11 11lnll
Ilk I L.t.... 01 II' 10 I II 0116 Lot 12 Sib, A Wardell Wit LNIAULa/S /IE 1/3'LN
11151 Lot II 1113. U' Lot n&.Il L... /. C...... L.
L.Ouvor .. .
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bit Lot 3I1t Sib 1 A. Cook
N G &TCL' 72 T 10 .. ZI.IUU4
11311 PS2/4S John Morl' II.: LITTLE HICKORY SHORES PI 3.I Robin W. SMUdrd I 50' Lot 1 I2 '..cl.) Sib IL T II MaraOar Nits ISO "

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1012/ Lot 11 AIII.rt Lsnna 1ch.Nsr Lot II Sib A Cha ':t.Iii 3131C .I 111100'kLof WIIII SerTh..a I.Smith2ZIP
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11440 Lot II Inpas at so 1 : PART TIER I PI I.n fail are'advertisers.
Jamas V. Jam. c.. 17 IIII 110$4 III' ,.." IIY II T I
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11441 Lot II ...'... 01 U. ".pI.t oart Mlrt' Scot1131
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Lot Edward. J. SItU 11791 Lot U I'k' U. I I IIIt Manly' I is

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Duden Takes Food Bank Team

1st Round Lead Pulls Off Rare
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In Memphis Open Triple KillingThe

3 MEMPHIS (AP-Bob Dude Food Bank team In the

hasn't won a golf tournament w Cast Naples Minor Little Lea-

14 year on the pro circuit, tat {rue recently performed a triple -

last you wouldn't 38 holes.The .believe it alter <, play In a game against East SPORTS
\aples Civic Association Food
veteran from
Portlarli
Bank Herb Fries re
manager
putter like who a uses croquet his mallet!>Pnl.I'I", !hi1' ports. . . . . . . . . ..

everything but a holp.in.one i The rare trlple-kllllivcame
his credit Duden had > in the third inning and Food 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, May 12, 1964
Wednesday, Including a diulU t s Bank went on to win the game
eagle, an eagle and a lrljl tKey. .. : 10-9, to knock E :\outof first
That was only a preview place.
Duden fired a five.under-pal .. Mih runners on second and I Baseball RoundupBy r I

95 Thursday and tin* the first. third and nobody out, an East

round Open lead Golf In the Tournament,0,000 Memphis / > Maples batter hit a hard line 1 MIKE RATHET In other AL games, ..a1tlmore-

had five) birdies and 13 pal drive at Food Bank first base- Associated Press Sports Writer outlasted \Kansas City '.8 da-
holes. man Frank Bowman The forceof Move over Willie. Here comes spite Manny Jimenez grand-

Trailing the 43-)....rofltJ Dudm the drive knocked Bosnian BIU)'. slam home run and Boston
by one stroke with GCs wore over backwards but he held on Forget It Willie. There goes nipped Los Angeles "'.,.

pre>tournament favorite Anvil for the out. Billy
s the ENC\: base- That's how fast the National
Palmer, Gene Littler Gay Meanwhile State
Florida
had far from League batting, lead changed
Brewer and young Paul IJ'iide.son. ,runners strayed

Bruce Devlin Mass Rudolph ( w ;u ......-. .. ,( Hewitt Photo ) their stations In fact, one had hands Hams of Thursday the Chicago as Cubs Billy boost Wll-

bunched and al 67Defendtug Doug. Sanders( were Tlir.Y'KK: OFF AXI) RUXXIXfJ I i every Saturdaynight \ man Blakelv ( ::1)) of Fort Mvers. Benefit pro- crossed home plate and goneto ed his average to .402 and took LeagueBy
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( hampton Tuns; at Naples Speedway last of the airport nit gram is planned May to catcher David Sadler who
Lema, MM ailing lu'k neutti Unproved Radio\ I toad: Starter ( extunulift! ) waxes green and her four children.) Guff, a stock car driver Francisco's Willie Mays sine
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had uC8. JaikM'klius! from North died of heart attack while April 22.Hitless. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
flat to start one of last Sntuid.iv's luces. Accelei- Naples, had been on second base, between In 10 at-bats, Mays League
Florida State
unable to reviver from j double sting flash the led \\\ar-\ changing tile in last Saturday. The
bogey first hnlf, MM 4 a 2 .ivor. cars past Handstand, by pits third and home. Sadler broke out of his slump by tagging leading Fort Lauderdale Van.
par 72. continued up the third-base line his 15th and 16th homers kees kept their margin at two

In all, 33 Bolters broke par Second Half Play Opens June 2 Jessen 7 Under and tagged third to retire the and powering the Giants to a games Thursday night behindthe
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over the G,4GG.yar l, par 34.3C- runner who had been on third 9-4 victory over Philadelphiathat four-hlt shutout pitching of
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Colonial tuuiilr)' (Iuh 'lIIr", -. Par In Dallas base lined San Francisco back Mike Blanco In an 11.0 baseball *
There were IS! 'Mlitr' liumlicdtil Into first place. Mays' 2.for.4 victory over Orlando.
70. Tho first cut will l Ia made/ Stone Builders End First-Half Civitan Open performance left him with a The Yankees picked up six
today with tho low 80( It"jll> In DALLAS AP Ruth Jessen Pro Football .397 average runs in the first four Innings and
Saturdays rflllll will c" I" Sundo'h /liinl round lowest round ever tot the Dallas World Series two singles and a double In five In the seventh to dig their

with $7, IIO It"h,1t, III l the, wliinr'r. Undefeated Stahlman Publix Clvltan Open| Golf Tournament. four at.bats during the Cubs' opponents deeper Into the cellar.
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Bah Dudin 11.32-t":; ; It was just one of a dozen sub. Gets Rebuffed 10.3 loss to St. Louis finally Lakeland held on to a second

Paul 1I' IfIl'1 U.33-CC par rounds, all made possible NEW YORK (AP) Th pro overcoming a Majs' lead that place tie In league standings with
ArnoM Pilim-r, 3'.1I-CG largely by movement of the tee football World Series is not Just stood at 177 points less than t a .e.4 victory over Sarasota.
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present on third base, Swiss got Askewon
GOIH Littler/ 32-14-CC markers In such a way that 302 around the corner, In fact, we month ago.Williams. They were tied 4-4 going Into the
> makeup of the < lul>s. Must plat strikes to end the game
Gay IIrl'w"r 3.31-CG:! yards were cut from the Glen may have a man on the moon began Operation fifth 1 Inning. But Lakeland
W the second half will
L ers figure
11 ru '"- I*'vim .3-C7:! < Stone struck for three first. Lakes Country Club course It Overhaul on April 29 when h* scored in the fifth and seventh
M IMHI ltii i.h iph| 3.J.33-C7 Mono!I 10 0 lx much. more closely contested Inning runs after two out. Buck was trimmed to 5,936 yards. first.The latest attempt to get the was hitting .311 and Mays was while pitcher Jim Brown fanned
Public 4 G than the first half
Hull' SlIlcllTK 32.3'-C7 Flowers singled and scored on The ladles PGA didn't like It two leagues together was turned batting .488. Since then,Williams 12 Sarasota batters.
Jerry I', llowliJiidnwm' 34.34-C8 3 7 Publix has jelled after a shaky ter came In on a wild pitch. equaling the all.time record set Football League.Commissioner. swinging at a .458 clip, while the night for Daytona Beach,
Testy. Lcnu 3.J.3.J-C8 start, Troplis; Is giving signs Tommy Bennett walked and scored By Patty Berg at Richmond, Pet Roselle Mays has hit a more.than-re. pitching a no-hitter against MI.
Phil I Kolu'itN l 31.3V-C8 Stone Dull'leis' held! off Tro. that It Is breaking out of a long on a three.base error In the Calif., in 1952. That gave Miss wired an official of the National spectable .346 but still lost 91 ami and belting a three-run
Ail:: Wall: : 34.34-CB I!I"N l Drive Inn, 4.3, last night and hitting slump, and Stahlman Is outfield Lester Liles singledand Jessen a three.stroke lead In Broadcasting Co. that "the NFL points off his average. double for the Islanders' only I
Jim /11'rriT 11.3".-CKI 'rinlslicil the first,hill undefeated recovering from a siege of InJuries scored In the second Inning the first round of the $13,500 has no interest in your public. In the other two games scheduled score. i
I'riKl 1 Marti 34.14- In men's siiltlull league 01' tllIlI. and hard luck. Stone re to make It 40. tourney Ized proposal", pitchers stole the spotlight The 21-year-old right hander I
Malilmin, Properly| Milntcn.! mains the set'ondhalr favorite. Swiss struck out nine and per. Mickey Wright, defending NBC had offered to donate Dick Farrell tied San Francis. allowed only three Marlin play.
,woo Joined Truths III .1 (Iii ri. Last night, Stone jumped| off, milted six hits. Kelly tossed a champion of the Clvltan shot a $500,000 to the Kennedy Memo. co's Juan Marlchal for the most ers on base He struck out three.
Rivero Gets l place l tic It) Kulxluing Public: Mar ;as usual l. to an early lead, but five.hitter, walked one, and one.under-par 70 Thursday as rial Library Fund for television victories in the majors by win. Daytona Beach Is tied for sea
k'I., r..4, In list nigbt'N oilier Tropics pitcher, Gerald Kelly struck out olle.With two singles, she opened her bid for her rights to an all-star game be. fling his sixth In Houston's 3.1 :and with Lakeland.The .
Second
Change Kline.! shut out the Builders on two hits Flowers was the only player in fourth straight tournament t t: tween the NFL and the Amerl. triumph over Pittsburgh and Tampa Tarpons sixth In
At Ciiardello There will ln>no softball games after the second inning Stone's the game with more than one hit. championship. can Football League. Sandy \Koufax struck out 11 In league standings, collected nine
next week, uiiil le"lIlIdhdU plat'| 4,0 lead seemed secure until In second place cs the tourna. AFL Commissioner Joe FOil the Los Angeles Dodgers' 6-1 runs on 14 hits in a 9.2 victory
Ci.rvrl.AM! -\l>) liu.-i" will Infill .llIlIdleluled, on TUPS.iln Tropics started making noises LOTS OF HITTING ment moves Into Its second wired his acceptance from the triumph over the New York over fourth place St.Petersburg.
idH'K .1 fighter rot l III slum.", "what' ; June 2. Next week was orl In the firth Inning. Hits were more plentiful in round are Judy Torluemke, a league meeting In Kansas City. Mete Tarpon Jake Martinet led the
IIP ran ,k, ;.iciinst tin- 51,1 hi Us 1:1I..1h i .lilt ojK'ii foi |lie l )lng(IOIot. At that time, the losers loaded the opening| game as Stahlman comparative newcomer: to' the "Any time pro football wantsto squad In hits with two singles,
"'h....111.11111| Iwl.r lii 3*, ilnn.Km imncil' !games but the Rei'real Ion ,the bases with one out, but rapped IS and Publix nine. Neither tour, in4 Carol Mann who! won attain the high level of major By MURRAY CHASS Writer a triple, sending three runners
Associated Press Sports
kv KlviMit' tin' .trrriillnpiiiici'iic lx-|>-irtm'iit situ list night that winning pitcher Ed Swiss worked starting pitcher lasted the the Western Open this >!lU. league baseball the leagues have who used to home.
Daniels
Bennie
>'c'iriii' kinr, nets j; not i much would l Ill' served by out of that jam. In the sixth, first inning, when Stahlman scor. They had 67s. got to meet headon" Foss said throw bee bees has, switched to Tonight's schedule calls for
elsuuvInon'Id, in '4i whit ho |playing l two |mbtKnoi| | doublellPlckTH. Tropics obtained two runs on ed four runs and Publix three Louise Suggs, three-time win. '1 think it's a terrific Idea." baseball and Is, off to the best!' Daytona Beach at Miami; St.
ntloil tn .hi here ,\I"'III'7| | || -.I-il J.D. Askew's double, a hit batsman ner of the Clvltan and one of the Petersburg at Lakeland; Sara-
nlttlto, ,'w'i'Igh11 ihinioii| | JCNVClonlill. Stone. won the first half l by six- Gerald Kelly's single, and The game was still close at favorites this year, had a 71. start of his unspectacular ma. sota at Tampa; and Orlando at
... CiniPN mi llijlng of ;post(Kiiied an Infield out 7-4 until Stahlman broke It open jor league career. Fort Lauderdale r
Tonlclit' sit lnnaln i ..,I'v"I',1 I EIIIION would not hive affeited Donald Walker singled In the with three runs In the sixth and Yesterday's Daniels, 31-year-old right.
with the bases filled in the first hander of the Washington Sen.
(Ali(') nun lilli' 1"'III.I"'h IN khit out'ones. At a |players and seventh and eventually storedon five In the seventh Russ Stahl. W. 1.. Pet. G.B.
lii-iluli-cl fur 10 iiniiiiN, Milt, minions' meeting lietwppnKIIIIOH a wild pitch with two out to man got his team off to a run. inning Stars I ators, Joined Dave Wickersham Lauderdale22 10 .688 -
lug ,it !9 p.m.' I AT.; I"slllighl, leimsexpress' make It 4,3. With the tying run ning start by hitting a home run Stahlman ended with eight runs of Detroit and Minnesota's Ca- Lakeland 20 12 .623 2
batted In for the game He hita :: By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS milo Pascual as the AmericanLeague's Daytona Bch 2Q 12 .625 2SLPetersburgl9'
two .run single In the sixthand i BATTING Billy Williams,I wlnnlngest pitchers! 14 .573 '3'/j'
.. .' \ .. I another two run single In i I Cubs, went SJor-4 In Chlcago'i i I picking up his fifth victory In Sarasota 15 16 .484 6'/2'
I the seventh Claude Cothron Mla (t: 10.3 loss to St. Louis, lining hlit i I the Senators' 8.2 triumph over Tampa 13 20 .394 9'/j'

I bases-empty homer, Jim Woll t: average to .402 and taking overthe the Tigers Thursday. Miami 11 21 11,
344
0 I hit two run.produclng doubles,, National League battlni. His victory total equals the Orlando 8 a3 .258
I and Jim Wheeler added a triple,I lead from Willie Mays number of games he won last Thursday's Results 13Va
season when he didn't gain i[
to the Stahlman attack
I PITCHING Sandy Koufax,,, triumph until June 27.In Tampa 9, St. Petersburg 2
I Mine Bans homered for one i I Dodgers, struck out 11 Mets I Daniels needed relief help, Daytona Beach 3, Miami 0
QUALITY I Publix run, and Mike Van Hall l I I 61 victory, fanning 10 or more>t from Jim Duckworth In the, Lakeland 6, Sarasota 4
BOATS : tripled and doubled. Stahlmai i I in one game for the 53rd time I t ninth inning but still allowed the Fort Lauderdale 11, Orlando 0

was the winning pitcher in his career. Tigers only four hits as he re. Friday's Games
I duced his earned-run average, Daytona Beach at Miami
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We are happy to announce e e Bas'eb'a'il. St.aodi'ngsNaUonal I|I nlngs.one run in 15 2.3 1 In.>,Sarasota Orlando at at Fort Tampa Lauderdale


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SKIPPER'S MARINA has been the L. Pd. G.B. W. L. Pct. G.B. between ,
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I San Fran. 21 12 ,838 Chicago 18 II .640 1/1 you n me
I Philadelphia IV it .613 1 Baltimore 20 12 .825 \
I St. Louis 21 14 .600 1 New York 18 12 .571 2 'I Phillies Get
exclusive dealer for THUNDERBIRD BOATS in Collier I Milwaukee 18 15 .545 3 Cleveland 18 II .571 2 t' Jittery at
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I Cincinnati 16 16 .500 4'/i Detroit 11 17 .469 15

I Los Angeles 17 19 .472 5'/i Boston 115 17 .469 5 ::l BY MURRAY OLDERMAN
I Houston 16 21 .432 7 Washington 16 21 .432 8th t
I Chicago 12 18 .400 7',4 Los Angeles 13 21 .382 8 Sports Editor
I New York 10 25 .283 12 Kansas City 11 21 .344 II .4 Newspaper Enterprise Assn.
Thursday's Results
San Francisco 9, PhiladelphiaHouston Thursday s Results NEW YORK (X K: A) The Philadelphia. Phillies
.aS 4 Boston 8, Los Angeles 7 shudder every time they icoli/c they exposed two of

3, Pittsburgh 1St. Baltimore 7, Kansas City 6 their holiest young/ stars to( the l' pllntioldru ft tlucc

Louis 10, Chicago 3 Washington 8, Detroit 2 years! ago. And bothcrc lassed) hy the New York Mets<<
Los Angeles 6, New York 1 Only games scheduled und Houston Colts Itichic Allen, almost a cinch to be

Only games scheduled Today's Games major league( Rookie of the Yenr, was faulted for his

Today's Games Los Angeles st New York, N fielding. Pitcher Ray Gulp, who won 11 I in his debut lust
New York al Houston, N Minnesota at Baltimore, N
I year was supposed! to be a sore arm risk. Says general
SI Louis at Milwaukee, N Detroit at Cleveland, N
I Philadelphia al Los Angeles,,I Kansas City at Boston, N illlllluuer"John Quinn, "It makes! me nervous! to think
''N Washington at Chicago, N about it. ,

I Chi ago at Cincinnati N Saturday's Games The Milwaukee Braves finally unloaded shortstop Roy

I Pittsburgh at San Francisco,i I Washington at Chicago McMillan on the Mets and got practically nothing (since they
''N Detroit at Cleveland Immediately tent acquired pitcher Jay Hook to Denver). Yet
I Saturdays Games Minnesota al BaltimoreLos earlier this spring they could have made a deal with Houston

I Nework al Houston, 2, Iwl.I .> Angeles at New York for no-hit pitcher Ken Johnson, and nixed It.
I night Kansas City at Boston What does a player think about when he learns he has
I Chicago al Cincinnati been traded The only thing that concerned Hook was his

Pittsburgh at San FranciscoPhiladelphia i Center lielder Alhic Pear nor, trade status Though he was less than a month away from
at Los Angeles,,, of the I I..." .\\ngele Angels mad. being a five-year player and qualifying for the pension he
N his 2500th! maps lemJe bust i: was more worried about whether he was being optioned or

St. Louis at Milwaukee hit this spring. sent outright to Denver As an optionee (which he was), he'd
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,4r PLAY BETTER GOLFBy little shell.shocked. "Everybody's kind of got his collar

buttoned up," reports Bart Starr from Green Bay since
Tommy Armour quarterback Is such a sensitive scot why should: he be wor.
rled? "It takes five years to a quarterback" admits

Bart "but only five minutes to trade him." .
r Follow-nru Finish wfth hatch hIdtIF Les Richter the colorful former( linebacker of the Los
n. Angeles Rams Joins the long list who have switched to the
YOU'VE hit a good shot closer confines of a telecast booth He'll do( color for the

you are sure to have a good Dallas Cowboys. Meanwhile Eddie LeBaron. former(

Stop in today. Let us show you the latestin looking follow-thru. In theca Cowboy In the law quarterback office of, has part-owner severed Bedford all Texas Wynne ties (he) and worked
returned -
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l a company executive in Nevada.
Proven Ride and Quality available now that will music )ou arc goingto The little man quit a little bitter because he felt he could

faith! with. jour hands high, have played more. ,
You have to rate Detroit as one of the best Incubators for
jour body facing the target, jour weight baseball talent In the country One sandlot team's roster
a
almost altogether on your left leg, and few years ago listed pitcher Milt Pappas of Baltimore, outfielder -

your right 'knee pointing toward thetargt'l. AI Lu low (Cleveland!I. shortstop AI Moran of the
SKIPPER'S MARINA Inc.
The When you are followingthruafter and Mets.opposing with Bill them Roman In(a the.300 same hitter league at Syracuse were )Bill on first Freehan, .

making a precise short shot your, and W1I11e 1I0rton of the Tigers plus Dave DeBuucbere

left ami keep almost exactly in line with (White Sox pitcher). .
Most ( In the world
the shaft of the club the back, of surprised guy at basketball
your draft was Red Auerbach of the Boston Celtics. who found
Wt hand is squarely acroes the directionline that Mel Counts the seven.footer from Oregon State
RIVERPOINT DRIVEBETWEEN was
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of the shot and you are firmly set 1 still available when it came his turn to pick. "He can
shoot like hell for a boy that tall;' said fted'e
THE TWO CORDON RIVER BRIDGES on jour left leg. too He cn run
; he Jumps high enough. s as good as any of the firs:
PHONE Midway 2-2822 or Midway 2-3925 ft 1M.1 hr Th. rhleue'ffbun. round choices. And If anybody thinks the Celtics

dynasty U in danger, Red warns/"ThIS( I II one of the best

drafts I've ever had. I usually can't get Buys like Count.
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rmmokalee News,, Seeks Re-Election r, r Riahts Bill Draws HeatEDITOR'S

BOSTON (AP) Mil. Gen.
r BY MRS W. M. GARRETT Edward \\'. Brooke announced

arrruaa -"" "' _.........".,. .' today he Is a candidate for a NOTB-ta the tl]I age of amendments would mod.
second lC.'rm. but at the same weeks of the Senate civil right i Ify this so that the commission
The Senior cars oflmmoka.Swimming dancing and the pool time he didn't rule out the pos. debate, score of amendment i could call on the attorney gen.
lee High School left for Nassau table were enjoyed.
slblllt)' he may' run for the have been proposed to clarify, eral to bring a suit only if a
on th.lr'da... trip Friday and Alter supper the couple were Republican nomination for gov.ernor. strengthen or weaken varlouiparts pattern of discrimination exist.
returned home Monday. escorted to the living room where .
of the bill. One provlslotattracting a ed.be .
Among the highlights of the they openedthlrglfts.Manj love. Brooke, a Negro holds the a major share of t In Individual cases, the ag.
trip were the visit to Fort Charlotte ly and useful Items were received highest elective state ufllco of suggested changes Is the equal:1 grieved person would have to
on the Island. They toured and both Clyde and Pauline sax any' member of his rare In the opportunity provision. The tot,,. file suit, although the attorney
the city and the Island and they they will get great pleasure In
nation."I lowing article the second of 1 general would be allowed to In.
also visited come of the nice ho.t.I. using them.
am a candid.ite fur the three-part series on the blll'i tervene.
.. Some reported they enjoyed Present at the )part were Mr. fur it. .
Republican nomination provisions, explains the equal I Under the House bill, the fed.r
the callpso type of music. and Mrs. Price and children,Jan, tore general" Bn,,*eaid ina opportunity title and the vote eral commission could allow a
They the beach Pat and Steve, Mr. and Mrs.S.I!. 1 N ,.
enjoyed a day on statement Issued at a news e rights provision as they stand i state or local agency to handle
and a day of shopping and brought Brown, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Alton conference. tw u now and some of the proposal t a complaint !l1l found that the
a lot of lovely home with CliftonMruml Mrs. Neal, I Brown
gifts
; He added at a news Jtifer. for changing them. agency was functioning effect
them. One girl Vlcke Valrourt Mesdames Marlljn Pi"kles Ramona ence that "In the event the delegates tlvely.
aid there was Just one way to Thome, Joann Heath, Glpn at the Republican State By JOE HALL Dlrksen's amendments wouldt
describe the trip and that wast da Smallwoexl Bonnie Moore, Convention consider I can best WASHINGTON (AP) In strengthen power of the statesand
"We had a bull." Betty House and son Kenneth, serve the Republican part and
11 weeks of Senate debate by giving them exclusive Juris.
Seniors going were Nancy Bishop Misses Mary Ellen Miller, Jane the people, of Massachusetts as cloakroom bargaining on th t diction of any case for a spe.
Fleets Blackburn Mil tie Sherro'l Ann Jernlgan, Etta Mae a candidate for governor and U civil rights bill, much of the at,. clflc period. Thirty-one states
Canova, Joann Conyer Rena D"t Fussell, and B.F. Williams Jr. there Is a stalemate I would tendon has focused on the equal:I now have fair employment
.on. Call Downs, Billy Driver Buddy Jernigan and BUI Nellsen permit m)' name to l be "placed I 1 employment section.It practices laws of some type.
Janice and Joyce Gild'len.Mary were also "present. In nomination on the second ; \ ,. ". t.... has attracted a large shariof t Southern senators simply want'

Goodwin, Sherry Herrln Boyd OES MEETING ballot" ,i'.0.. ." : ,,"'_ '.. ...\ ..,,' ..;,ta.4IIn; .::\,\,'tI.IIIIJIf'i ...'" the scores of amendments i Title Seven eliminated.
Hodges Jackie Lunn Lamar Republican. state conventions proposed to change the bill. They that It would give
Tie regular meeting of the Order argue
Pollack Helda Reyna Ted Ho. Of Eastern Star was held In the past have banned the en. STREET MAINTENANCE news fill potholes in Eighth Sheet in front of The equal opportunity section,, the federal government far too

luck, James Shellabercer. Elaine Monda, May IS at the Immoka try of :additional candidates aft. City Hall \'esterdlThis may have been the last "patchwork" treatment known as Title Seven Is one ol f much power to Interfere in hlr.
Thomas Vlrke Valrourt, Julian lee Lodge. The worthy matron er balloting began. Brooke said for bus Eighth Street for quite some time. Eighth Street is included in two provisions which break c ing firing and promotions.The .
Williams, Prise'Ilia Williams Mrs Louise Brown, ,presided, he will seek to have that rule" $ )82l8.l: drainage and sheet lebuildintr project which probably will beginin ground for federal law. The, voting rights section of
Iris Worth. Visitors were welcomed from dropped at the convention June mid-June. (NEWS photo) other Is the public accommoda.tlons .. the House bill, Title One, would
Chaperones going were Class Fort Mjers. 19 and 20. .. provision aimed at di s. extend the federal powers in
Sponsor Francis TomnklnH. Prln."Iflal The homecoming of the as sodate .' crimination in hotels and motels,, this field contained in the 1957
of Immokalee Hlch.andwife grand conductress, Mrs. street back of here" So we nish had the Larry Davidsons restaurants and amusement. Civil Rights Act.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W+rriner, drove the half-finished home In for
by breakfast the
Leona King of Fort Mead will Harbor morning places. It would require that identical
Mrs.. James Whatley Mrsjamos he at 8 o'e'lot'k Saturday. Several but no Jim or Esther. Upon they left. Republican and Democratic standards be applied to all ,ot.
Blackburn Mrs. Maxine Unison staled that the)' hlannedtoatteflui. calling friends we learned they The Rev. John Stump has a Senate leaders and administration ers in elections for federal offi.
Mr*. Ken Cllil'ten) Mrs. FlulseWilliams Past matrons and ((14st (utrons sold their home completely furnished good idea on how to bring on a officials have accepted a t, dials, provide that Immaterial
Mrs. Worth Bow LineBY
Mrs. Earl, Kathryn were honored with a bciutifu'! ,; r GfLid and moved into one fora rain. Invite a whole gang of number of amendments to the i errors on registration forms
Mrs CI.lulIoiKcnnedy.
Mrs.Drown Dili courtesy! expressing aPI'r..atlontll month until the new one Is people to the beach bring lots Job title as part of a whole must be disregarded, and re.
Morrlslon quire that literacy tests must
"Kennedy, Mrs. Hill Mui, rl./II. them for their service to the" ready. Now remember, we of good food, put It all out package of changes. They hopethe | be In writing unless the indlvl.

Bonnie (if""lwlli. Mr*.Jimosltin.Co ,was rhsfeer| the theme.In the "Long long ago, NOMIE: ROGERS were only away one week. on tables and blankets and then, the proposed bill the two-thirds changes will majorityneeded win dual agrees to an oral teat.
They were
and 1 Mrs. Lest Carter pre. even before you can ask the to In voter discrimination suits
break
seated gifts l II)' the worthy ma. I things were ..lowing ky-well I's WON'T SAY IT the Southern;
say : anyway sorry. blessing RAINI I That's what filibuster brought by the attorney general
AT
orts IIOU&I.Ani.iric ': Iron. Those
the inns Irom 1 1")1,10& Louise Brown present Mrs.! Jessie were Mrs.Ta down here In Naples Und Others leaving this week are I guess I will have to giveup happened at the church picnic Senate Republican Leader under the 1937 law, thepresump.tlon .

who .ittitii'lrd' o4| >n linuso ,it "'>11. bur, Mrs. Ruth Kennedy Mrs) Yacht Harbor Well. It Just Aaron and Rose Jessup,the John golf for a couple of days Sunday Everett M. Dirk sen, chief authorof is created by the 1964 bill
ry O-niT.il 1I""It..1" l In Clcwls Iris Lynn Mrs Lu<'lie Mc'l>'dnlol. aln't so. Last week when 1 Prestons, also my old Buddy, and get our apartment readyto the compromise package of r that a slxth-grade education is
ton Sunday weic-t Mi. .ml Mis. Mrs. Hilda llaiuoik, Mrs. called the Humane Society for Beulah Ilanlon. When her hub- rent as my nice tenants, amendments Is fond of pointing, sufficient to meet the literacy
J.r. Hull .situ Luhll'r: Grace; Mo/A-lIe llagan Mrs. hazel Grlf advice on what to do about the by, Paul came down to help the Tom Ramseys, moved to 6 Pen Inmates out there was no equal employment [, test.

Mr. and Mrs Autlioi Hiownlnc fin, Mrs. Dale Westmoreland, stray cats that were catchingour her pack he said he wasn't wast- larger quarters Sorry to lose Hook IRS For provision in the original[ The attorney general Is al.
lowed
and children and Mrs. Ixmu Mrs. Mildred Src, rrod, Mrs. Ora birds, they sent a man out ing any time and, by cracky them--hope the next tenants civil right bill submitted to,I to request that a three.
,
Willis and daughter LcClaie.Wlillo Hale)', Mrs Lavcrne GrantO.W.II to set live traps for them They he meant every word of hi) are as nice. I would like< to Tax Refunds Congress last year by the late, Judge such suits.court be set up to hear
there Mrs. Hull visited/ 'oik A.Q. llowell und' of the In just about flat It's President John F. Kennedy.
Mr. one
not only caught strays nothing they say a very comfortable, Southern
COLUMBIA AP Six senators .
S.C. ( )- But Dirk has said he bitterly attack
sen can
her Mrs. Mildred Mi I
"1II'r. Cow.
and Mrs. George Mills of Fort but several kittens which she had the coach all closed up well furnished apartment which Inmates told the the latter
In who Is penitentiary support Its retention if his sug. provision con.
Clowlsloii
a ("IIIt'1I111I Mjers.Mrs.. had under Roy Pott's coach. and Paul just opened the four- will rent but tending it
hospital very reasonably federal government they were gestlons for changing It are a c. would allow the at.
Tin| ) iniiu.il sul>.ilislrlit bin Salley Ilicclnlxitliam.:. was After they had taken the familyto doors of the station wagon and if I do Tom or Mike will suspect construction workers and were cepted.As torney general to shop arount'for

quit wis hold Mondi night at honoreil at with Iliu a Fl'lIowlohlJlIIJIl shower Thurnda of the shelter to try and find started stuffing things In. When I am trying to put In a mailed Income Ux refunds to the bill cleared the House a favorable court.
the Central Methodist Churns tho evening First Methodist' Church InImmok good homes for them,Mr.Potts he was sure he had all three free ad and charge me for It. 151 Gist St. in Columbia -the it would ban discrimination In,I They also Insist that the titli

In "hurt Mere for the Mclhoillsl .iliH>. Ikn tes.es! were Mrs. heard another meow, so Barbara B's aboard he yeUed''So Long", So I will only say that If you address of the penitentiary. any phase of employment or, constitutes an additional Inter
jiMilh. 1''IIXIIll.IIt'I| 220 W.M. LlttlofiPld! and Mrs. J.R. Tuck called again. They and headed for Dayton, Ohio. need any more Information or Warden R. Fuller Goodman membership on the part of employers ., to ference with the right or slate
>outli tin'HID:limit, (the Milt.ilistrli t Marls Spring flowers were" ,rl.sr.| came and picked up the one What were the three Bs? Boat, are interested look In the"FOR said the six prisoners have con.. unions or employmentagencies control their own elections.
.itle'iidevl with II of HIP ICM'.ityuiitli ud at ,.lIIt.I IRC |x lnts around tho lonely kitty. Now If they can Bike and Beulah In that order. RENT" column of the Sunday fessed to hoodwinking the government on grounds of race, Teacher
out of several hundred
urcunq.uq; | ) IIIK: MIN. Alma room. Cantos were played andprlcs pick up the black and whiteas Tec! Heel Will sure miss Collier County News.Wa.s color, religion national origin or
dollars In Income tax refunds. .
llnilli mil. ,l Uev. Move to the won l lIy Mrs Helen Atih well as the yellow Tom 'em and hope they come back talking to Mr. and Mrs. He said three other prisoners sex.It would apply to companiesand Wins Appeal From

liinqiicl.U'ncnl 1'llIIlel'pllI'I'lroheid el) Mrs. Doris Townsend, and cats our troubles will be over early. Les McConnell of the Reef Club bogus refund claims being pro. unions with 100 or more em-

In 1.lk.I.III.1 Jiliii' 1idtliriiUKli7th.Hish : Mrs J.W. Peniilncton.& Others for a while .- they will have Ernie Is: back at home. Bet the other day and we agreed cessed when the scheme was ployes or members In the first Board Dismissal

<>|> lle>iile>' will ('nosldcovpithlN attending I John were Mesdames! (IhlY Ken good homes and our bird popu- Bill and Muffin are glad although this U the prettiest time of the discovered.The year, 79 or more in the .second ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) The
I"rlher. Jump, Miller
IHM!)' of 'I'I'Ic',11' and lay sip, Hill LooU lation will rise. I know her sister Aud- year. They haven't gone back six prisoners claimed 50 or more in the third, and 25' State: Board of Education has
loi'illoiiM( 11'1111I all) the Methodist ltd h ird Newsome Howe &im Heath Williams Alaeb'l.IIIII".anel Then yesterday as Ken and rey did a fine job of taking care North now for five years Little they were construction workers thereafter. upheld the appeal of a schoolteacher
Chilli'lies III t'lol'II.I., Ml. amiMrx. Jo, Masse)'. 1 were having breakfast I hearda of the baby. by little, they are learning who had lost their withholding A five member Equal Em. fired on charges" Involv.

"Konm-tli"' lethi'i are the The I lust olfli.I.il board! meeting scratching on the door and Ken and 1 were glad to join not to leave so early. Hope I forms. They filed for tax refunds ployment Opportunity Commission Ing class procedure and for callIng .
duly clP'tPd ctelfR! .ili'i fiiuil" the of this lonfcrenie year will IN there was a small puppy wanting the gang for brunch afterchurch can get out and take sorre pictures with the Baltimore Md., would be created to receive pupils "wall-to-wall Idiots."
Mi'tliiMllsl Chun h In Imiiiok.ilii', hold May 25th: at the First Metlio in. After making sure there' Sunday at the Golfing Buccaneer. of Fourth Avenue cud the office of the Internal Revenue complaint The board held Thursday that
i with twit >oulli iili'Nl\eini.! dist were around Please take notice Polnclanna in bloom. When Service. The commission Is directed to Howard Weld, a science teacher
C/r"lt/! nocar WH ulciJI >
,'. and : Their,, checks were atoned to try to settle uy' complaint by
,h..I'III.lI'k. iliiiRliliM of M \ her" toJhcJTJiiircalled < al Stockbrldge until his dlsmls.
havtf'VrouRhT wo show no favoritism but take wt went In the Vlrgin'ljlandithey the
hi J.II.III..k.II..I..III'I.I..lllh.. INSTALLATION penitentiary. conciliation and persuasion. But sJ March 23, must be paid'for
cv.
llrld, diiiRlitci of Mr. and l Mrs. The Puent Teachers! Assoc..latlon the office again and Bar turns eating In different places were In bloom but they Goodman said the federal If those methods fall, it may hi* present contract which runs
Wllllini Llttleflplil "r Imnioki. list slight. held the final meet bara had the Humane Society .-or at least the ones that called them Flamboyant Trees government Intends to prose. bring an injunction suit to ejj i for the rest of the year.
l"'j'. IIIR of lire year at HIP High Si hoot pick this little stray up too. will put up with our chatter and They make (perfeel backR round cute the six for filing false Income the discrimination.
MAUIUI'U: auditorium where nowl)' elected She was sure a cute pup and individual requests. Bet Juanlta for a native in his colorful se- tax returns Dlrksen' agreed upon pack. Do t Be A Litterbug

Miss 1'iulliic Cu'iii stud Clulo' officers were Instilled. Installed If the owners are found hope puts cotton In her ears when rape-sound asleep.
Graf' won uintpil In in.il'11.IRCI were President" Betty Jo Brown, they take better care of her she sees us come In. We miss- . . . . . . .
I inlay| Mi> 8, In Sl'llMKCieek' vlio'pri'SlikMit', Louise I IUa<'k) and keep her at home. Hopewe ed the Harold Hulpleus who are FLOOR WANTEDIs .
IliHIol; Chnrili In 1"111'1111'11. KOI i etar)' Joyce Wn'rlneri trea all appreciate the fine work traveling through the West and there a building In town

vIMo, 111. U.-v. J"lm \\11..10')' l"I'r. "u"l'r. Wllllini' 11. Newsome. the 1 Humane Society U: doing and die CharlesSchubcrts who were or nearby that has a wooden
Oil of The program' lot the eveningwin : Reserve Now! :
thus
rllllllt'.1 leumoiix.
rcmriiincr to help them out at the Keys. floor and could be used for Space
Mrs. Mil supplied toy "et'olulltrJd"I'I.
town I'lH'hts wercl )
I whenever we can. Wonder why "It could only happen In Naples square dancing? An old barn
Gras) dud ,MHIS Itunlv' and. Juke. and one of the Cub Si'out dens .
TI,,')' rpliiinod In ImniokiliM'Siin, presented 1 a skit Following the they don't put jars around in ." When we came back rom would be perfect, wouldn't it?
di) and, will nnki> Ilit-lr homo euteltuinnu'ol. refi eshiuents the stores-or have they? Ft. Lauderdale we drove by Jim But, gee, you don't hardly ever .
lieif.Tliote. weuhoivod 1 in tire i'.ili'torlum.Ciinnie and Esther Stevens In Sor- find 'em no more, do you?
will U> .1 I Cub Jxout Jive Carver would like h'IIAT'; IN A NAME rento Gardens to see how they Anyone having any Ideas, let : IN THE TWO :
moduli, .it I the Ingle Hilmol amiItniliiMi to Hi.ink ill lire thoiiRlitful friends Say, I told a fib last week were. Some strangers came me know, huh?
Muwlst. .! nli:lit, play :*. tubs tlio raids ind; gins she reiPlved when I said the Glenn Stanley out and said, "The Stevens Les and Alice Wise gave a SA
Wolf llldtfOM, Will lH> rrpsi'ottdto dm Ini! her ntn In J J'k. had left. It was the Manley don't live here now--they are dinner for the Ilanlons Friday
11111...' Oil hunts who hove Don Momnilil, hospltil. Sh,' se.lurus'd .
Smiths. Sooo-- Manley Stan- building a new home on the evening and VI and Newell Cor-
home list Sitiirdi after
1III.k' ..lIlIld.1I1 |iuiin'ss In HUM i'
',,"Ihllt .a'iSen ice loli,m>o,n'noiltllCtll. 10 days In tho hosplt and \Is

IHll :2: Hill I'lOSl'lll J pill' foelinc.. Ih,,'. I Olel. \Vorlel : WELCOMENOBLES :
Ki'.nit .lIh'r width ipiiCHliiiionlH N.urr)' CIN'hr.in, ulster to J.C. Neapolitan
will U Mivi.l.Uiriitis! Carver, Ins rtlurntdloherironic
dad I'lnplnuv* of tot In foil hirers alter ..arlngfoi' o .
Iink ol I voiRhdi-H; honoioil MI'. her iiophown, Randy' and Joel
and Mm. Chile Ci"i\' with .1 lur Carver, whlli their\ (uientsWIMP Likes Our Naples
Ivi'no,sliouci. list TliuiKd.i\ In Miunl, during Connie : :
OU'ltllti .ll HlO llOlm1 Of l l'I'I..i. JIXO'M MUI'cei')'. -
nVnl and. MIK. \\illliniG. Price Kovlx I xentips .iicl on l.iko Ti"Hli'id |11.1:1,1.,| Mm.Crn lit the Chuiih Of God 01 Pro .
Is the former inline phosx, Frilly nlKht Mix' 22.:!
GIOOIIP of Cr"iw'tot'd,,Ullo. I''la.and SII.I..rII.tl')' ClcinmoiiM will l h. .
Clxdo Is i-iiipl.i\ml' III theM lire inppll-l.\ Tin-IP will also! .
.Hilton.UK.o U'p'.u1 iiii-iil, al Ih,' !H> ethers on the progruoi' 1'\\1'\I:
Kink.. into Is wpli. .OIIIP to attond. e

I .\ uk'Ilriu.is. Kup| or w..is NoruulOf Mr. ami Mix..lt.. M. iMlbOUIOil, MoikM 111(1 ribs, Ind m their mipper;. guests &il dJ
bakiM Iv.HIM, Ixtkoil |mt.itot's.los, unity nlflil his sister ..usibndher.in.l.uw .
sal ..II.hl. lad ioils, lusltoi, Mr..indMis.Hor
and watoi melon.KIII. wrdrhngtake nun Goliix, and son noM'le of .
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AP T'lrylelrm.ItudiotIriles. I' I III.it Ion." .
NEW \OHK. \.1D1 llutfiDowns "If there Isn't time liKlj)',
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the ho.id nun of NDC'S) I Ihl.. .' In .1111.1111 toim>l iio01. tire
"Todi Show ," ",'nll'hoIII.."" day "h'r-; JII..II'"IIIIIII," lio .
ages to crowd an Im'rodllile I'I.lhl"lIh"h,
number of activities Into Ids .\ & Down fires in.iko' S .
schedule.He ".>nit' > IIIIIH| fir ilie.id-lie "\. GEKALD Vt'OLO ((1)I ) (runt Naples Italy, was a visitor in Naples ( Fla.) Editions of. .

arises at 4:30 a.m., for Ids pests to sill across the Paretic this week. ArconiMn\iii| >r him \\ ere'ulr, and Mis. Anthony Vuolo of Fiank- e
dally chores 4iost, Interviewer, next KinnmtM-Mich foresight& Uni'i lin L\kes. :N. J. See ston ( NEWS photo) e
salesman Introducer light rOil ''>ii>ur>' Unause of his l>uuJ.rjMIng .
versatlonist on the two-hour work FY d 1ri I E\GL iND: almost )like :>.aplesltaly," he Miss Vuolo aid Bedding was
morning show, and moves on to "I don I't seem to have Orb' scheduled for \prll thlsyear..
his job of gamesnustvr :and tong-raiiRe goal In life, and) .I Mt'* beautiful, I'd like to said.The story leading to the tripto "Papa" Vuolo had to be present -
pitchman on the net'*oik's dt'1I1It'll.." I ever have had., live here," is traulatlonof :Naples ry the visitors Includes at the ceremony) to giveaway i Qtbt Nt\U i
"Concenl rallon." he sass 'I soil of go along with Gerald \'u<'i,)'* description ofaplcs. a happy reunion of the his daughter He arrived
He also finds time for flying things and see what happen,
brothers 2 and
after a 53-year sera on April a message
lessons French lessons, guitar "The short-range goal uf These words are familiarto ration awaited him, that his first ee
practice course, Is to safeguard lam.IIy's .
skliMilvIng coUlectlng my
gun living standard.nd rf Florida Neapolitans, but It begins back In 1W when grandson had been born back In
studying celestial navU ,
gallon carrying on a slde-busl. course, It would be rife If tint coming fioinuolo, a resident .\mhonVuolo\ left 1'iU and Italy. He has three sons In S eS
ness that packages radio and could be accomplished with lens \aric.ltalylhe: )' appear to came to the United Slates.Ger- Italy l), one a chef on the Isle .
L television programs and com air time for me. That would have a new ring. "I 1 Just had aid at that time was three of Capri.

merclal films, reading and give me more time to follow to see Naples, Florida," said Nears old. The brothers never The Anthony Vuolos visited : THURSDAY JUNE 4 S
working for his favorite charity, things in which I'm Interested.'* the visitor met again until 19f1 then the Naples, Florida, four years ago ,
the Mental Health Society. Downs, his attractive dark The Italy ;Neapolitan been Ne*Jersey Vuolos visited Itals )'. and expressed: surprise at the
Downs, 43, recently returned haired wife Ruth and daughter visiting Naples accompanied by .\ a result of theme rlcln.i growth which has taken place : SUNDAY JUNE 7 eS
from a vacation trip to Europeand Delrdre, 1$, live In a mid....... his brother and sister-in-law visit to Italy (Anthony) U: a in such a short Interval. They ,

In August will turn actor hattan apartment a long walk Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Vuolo naturalized citizen and Mrs. have decided this: ls a place

stock briefly production to play in of 'Love a summer and Hugh away,from 18, will Downs'soon studio be entering Son from Franklin Lakes,N.J, They Vuolo was born beret, a daughter where they would like to retire. Phone MI 2-2107 0S

Kl....." Ohio's Bowling Green College. were registered at the Holiday of Gerald came to the Uni- Anthony Vuolo, a former
Apartments ted States and ente red the builder Is retired. .
Downs admits that he does Deirdre is interested in become Immaculate Mrs.Vuolo
crowd an enormous amount of ing an actress and will study Sightseeing In !Naples, and a Conception High is employed In the county trUe
activity into each dramatics this summer at Inter boat ride on the Gulf, prompt School In Lodi N J. surer's office In Hackensack
day but Insist
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; 17 Major PlantExpansions Frldty. May It, 1X4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 11




In LBJ Finds Burdens Are



State Slated I


TO BUY 10 s \.\. 10 RENT TILLUHSbtt>-Seven.teen Heavier Than ImaginedEDITOR'S

ne* plant and major) ex

p.1n.lons.p r!' announced In

Florida last month( in Industrial NOTE Just six than III any administration In

growth that will create hundred* month sea toda\ John F. Kennedy history

of new jol'*. the State Develop was: assassinated and Lyn. The White House hasn't seen

ment Commission annolln't>d. don B. Johnson isiended to the such Informality and folksy

ToW i>( the (biggest expansions pre.tdencIn this "half a year good times since the days ol

were of newspaper The News. \m Johnson has become a little Franklin D. Roosevelt, who was

Journal Corp of DavUma Eteath grajer and acknowledges the ,> what Johnson railed his second

said It would spend jl.8 million responsibilities are heavier Daddy.

for a new' plant and The Cr.iden- than he once thought. But he Incidentally, In the pattern ol

Midway 2-2107 ton Herald announced a $1 I mil leaves little doubt that he en- FDR after a polio attack, John.

lion addition. Jo!', the Job and wants to keepIt. son gave up golf and went In

The Treeswevl $products firmat This Is .* portrait of the com. for therapeutic swimming after

., Fort Pierce aniKHinced a pin, contradictory man who a heart attack in 1955. He's
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S i 00.000 expansion of Us fruit says he wants to be President I back at golf again now,

juice plantmericaii$ ; Shutter of ALL the 5OIe.l'Dy Incidentally, too, the word a

Announcement 33-Services Offered 49-Houses For Rent and Door 11\('. of Tampa a $300: ,. DOUGLAS B. CORNELL few weeks ago was that ar1

000 expansion and .Inucljne Inc. t b WASHINGTON (AP) Just electrocardiograph test of heart!

PI..\ZA BEAUTY SALON Monday Summar throua.HourS Friday COG ON VACATIO at Miami Beach a $500,000: addu 4\t\ ? six months to the day since he functions gave Johnson a "nor'
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IMS E. Tamiaml Trul U S 00 to I JO f* M I ROOM COTTAGE SLEEPS tlon.York ($ ascended to the presidency mal" reading, with no signs of
Mld*ay 6"23BoltsMotorl Clo a' Saturday I'00 P MV,10V'C I ALL ELECTRIC KITCH. Reseat'ch announced It Lyndon B. Johnson Is a contented an enUrgement.Aa .
IlDi "". '" EN AVAILABLE BY WEEK would build a new plant at Do- I un did
OR MONTH IN NORTH CARO. land to I \: \\I' W I ''''' confident man who hat Presidents Kennedy,
produce electrical
trans
Accet. LINA 1700 FT ELEVATIONCALL seared an unmlstakeable LBJ Eisenhower and Truman before

WAT BROKERAGE '38 Autos For Sale Ml I.SIS? i/ietf about fuimers.100 The' phnt will emploj' RANCHER J 0 H N SON Thu itudy of Prandant brand on the White House. him, Johnson has a temllt'rthJI
175; 8th Avenue, South wni !kers. flashes
The duties and
LISTINGS URGENTLY The Southern Fiberglass Lyndon B. Johnson, rtlaitd in Toai garb. was taken duringhn responsibilities explosively now
IN EVERY WAY prod and and then.
are heavy they
NEEDED'Bob Furmthad .,.. rooms limo, Sets firm at Smford; will hire Easter vacation at rin, ranch in Johnson C.ly'r..as. pressdowo
Mardn Ml f mirunk EVERY DAY clota in adult only |IIO 00 on the man more heavily Publicly, he reacts with Joou.
Sm Ih Chria Craft lain Vox.. ",., if you aalact month Call Ml 25/45 CO to 70 persons. for Its new bOlt -. than he had once thought. lar remarks when he has been
4/1.IfHlool your nail Uttd Car from t/Htf plant and Woodbine Pioducts of a," <
our There's a little more sailing of reported speeding, sipping beer
Wilbur Slorlar% CabinCruittr Mock of lop quality "So,e and On. and two badroom houiatturnithad Plncllas Park will hire about the
launch. Novambar Span suarantaad Uiad Cart City ......,. naar gray In his dark hair, especially at the wheel, or pulling the ears
I HO Twin IM G'.,.. tlaapt Coma in and ... 'n, vmir..lf Trail and tchool Thraa Idchoota same number to produce fabrl. .'r$ In bark. of his beagle pups.' But he does
4. hit hud ,alI.,. dmatta tl Calaa"a 4 dr lull powar. from Raatonabia raIls cated sheet metal products not
... boi 0..," ..... and thip to R H AT t H From 155 to lit par mo Ml I t But there Is nothing of doubt forget
.ho,. Can S..t NapiaiCity brand nawf 25JS 00 .00.. H. W. Walkint 1/11,11 'I5' : and much of assurance these He Is sensitive to stories or

Ml J4MO Dock For informal'on call 13 H Monra IS.000 cpa AT R t 20tS 00 Ona badroom lurniihad r un U.S. Viet Flying days In the manner of the events tli.it reflect unfavorablyon
,
i/Mt U Suick Spae convartVI '",n.h.d 110.... Call altar 4 President.' Mm. And he is Benntllveabout
PS. AT R 4 H p M. Ml 2 SOIl IIUII 1,000 Missions In being railed sensitive.
ho likes his
Definitely Job
Business Opps. el.... {3n 00 1 bdrm 'lurnithad houta N..,
tl Impanal cpa Oat,. Hifh School SI 10 par m.. Collar and wants to keep It. lie feel While he lacks the darting,
KITCHEN CABINET DISTRIBUTOR Cl I..n Ramblar 269500 I County Rat I Ettata Ml Week Against RedsWASIILNGTON 4k' comfortable and secure In It, al. flicking wit of a Kenned, John

wantad for tha moot AT.Amaricanc. 2 3911 Othar rtnttlt' alto Opus though he Is too good a politician son does have a really' nertoe of
complata, 10... of modular kit 00000. Fact air $11500 Sundayt 1/20,15 CAP) Al. ,
Ramblar humor that Is often the droll
Suparaid
to believe he Is on
completely ,
eh. .b'11 0 IOut5,9A FbI .. air 195 00 ---.rfN'fAlT though hampered by the rainy
do R"I .0. 1137 Al5flit M Valiant 0 dr AT. season, U.S. and South Vietnam. safe. homespun side.Sometimes ,

RAH it) 00 I bidroom 'un.h.d 100"" .. ese air force planes R wasn't that way at the there are references
51 Cloy 4 dr, hdtp full Sian ... Gals School $10000 are flying to boudolrs. .
po...... fact a.,. sharp 79500 more than 1,000 missions week \ start, when he took over the I powder rooms or
12-Help Wanted it Crown Impanal 4 dr 2 badoo" 'u.h.d opt.n.ci against the Communist Ilulur(. helm of government from the Hut mote often to makeS
HD TP. ancal condI 1000 *('lal points there ate stories
lain John | $ ,
last
cots F. Kennedy
Loupia wiih no childran. to I... I ownar 159500 analysis of recent action
in at l.ih.ng not Domattic 59 Pontiac Cony 2 b.doo" un'n.had opt.Ibovo reports showed today. ho Nov. 22.Much. about pre.ii'hers so often th.it

and ganaral I mamiananca Small AT PS. PB IOU 00 md .1. 07.10WE There of the change there are oriaslonil heidllnes!
were sorties app.ar.ently
1,150
'alary' Raply '0. 11)1 A 4. 51 Ford Cuttomhna t drRVtH .
C. C. N.*.. >/20.it tick, 49500 NEED RENTAL LISTINGS against the Viet Cong last week was compressed Into six about "P.irHOII" Johnson.

91 Plymouth Savoy } d,. and Just under 1,300 the week day In April. In six months, Johnson's skit

13-Help Wan Female 51 .....on VI ttick SOS 00 SEC CARIBBEAN REALTY before that. Then It was that a five-year tlshness ulnut news conferences
Plymouth 4 dr
RAH Mick 0500 "Wh.,. Cuttomtrt Sand ThairFnandt' It was clear from these re. 1 rail dispute that had threat (us dlsappeired to the extent he

Sanior baauty Operator. pottibility 51 Cadillac 4 dr. AT ports that the controversial T28 ened to explode Into a calamitous has lIPid three In one week, on-
of managing fop Good PS. PB p taatt North, Trail Ml '.'US ducted tonfereiuenn
to right ..oao. Rtply Boi fact a propeller-drlven I trainer nationwide strike suddenlywas a roving 5seveti.i.mp
air 74] 00 ... con.
ray I bar. hou.. tcrnshod.
CoIl I tour of the ba 'k .ird
At 5/2751 verted into settled on April 22. < y ,
MI .319' otto. I: IS pm. a fighter-bomber, ,
Sicrulary lor law oil,... younf. WOOD CHRYSLER .131.11 still Is carrying much of the at. Two days later, the President and turned another, Into a (Him'hand

good "P'"l Enpurivnca not ra'I""ld PLYMOUTH INC. tack load. was off on his first visit to poverty inokles online for wives and
MI J4nOO SIMIItiiUHikvipvr ,
51-WantedToRent 4 pockets In children of reiwrters.No .
2610 N Tr.t, MI ll551 Appal.ichla.
wnntccl, a-Ii G W. USED CARS PUBLIC NOTICiIN Thousands and thousands of president has nude as

I'M, Cull Ml 21104. I' moolS "n.n .r'lntll WANT TO RENTS people saw him, and he saw many sx>e<'hes In suih a short

5/20 mdaf14Help Ins Ctiavrolat Hardtop VI 4 Dr AT or 1 badroom, furmthad or THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE them. The surfing crowds left time. Several a day aren't UII.

Radio IKS 00mi un'urmthad on Bonila Sod TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN him glowing lie tossed securl unuil. And two or three limes a
Ramblar Custom St for montht of Juna. July and AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY ty day the President ran tie counted
precautions
Wanted Mile Was Roil CI..... Aufutt Wnta partculart, and FLORIDAIN ,. aside and rodeIn
AT Radio I It5 00 prica to Napiat P.O.... 967.4Trlde CHANCERYIN 4 1,4 an open car for the first time on to Invoke the Golden Rule,
Part lima mturanca inipactor. 1 196 Ch..rol.tiT Pickup THE MATTER OF since Kennedy was lllIo&.ln.tlld to do unto others as You would
Napiai araa Wrote P 0 BoiMl Now Paint Runt THE ADOPTION OF In HUmn" have others thi unto you.
one.
Miami. Fla 13I1S0 li>a naw 119500 or Sell KAREN LYNN MIDDLEBROOKSCASE NEA Telephoto)
Sn It $19(3 Ford 'H" Ton Pickup mno' lie said "I wish I could look Johnann likes |*><>ple around
,, Trada .h,.. poor old houta NO. 2017 BRIEF RESPITE-President Johnson takes a few moments !
Ovartna 1495 II
t 00 Into him. seldom has a meal
A.r cocdton.oi, 50. .n.,....,. SI Patartburi. NE, ttction for TO: JAMES AUTHORMIDOLEBROOKS every face and shake every
$I95t Ford Ranchw
Must I..I. fyi yaanaipananca Him Rint. Etc ion 79500 lot or three bdm houta In from talks with West Berlin's mayor Willy Brandt, to walk hind" He did his belt alone. Ik may Invite hlmwlf out

in ailimatmg and 1954 Chavrolat *T Phup, Napiat. W..,. ar phona H. W. IRs..d.vcm Unknown) with his guest through the White House grounds. By April 27 he was sddress.Ing to lunch now and then, but mom
drawing Phona MI 11147V2Z no rail. AT. Lookt Scharman. *10)) S. Wtihinalon You ara haraby notifiad that' ,
.31 and runt parfact 49500 BI.d. Saratotl ph 5553940. CHARLES B HAOLEY las Mad, a the Chamber of Commerceof I ly he does the InYl'JI\It- oorlllts

till Studabakar Lark 'm.3t Pat it ion In tha abova atylad court the United Slates In Washington Invited Into II rear gat* fur a
Sadan Rod Color, sun She adoption of tIns minor child Heat Wave Hits walk around the
16-Help Available R.ranrfil.nn.,1 Oil 5A namad tharain and paarune. Hospital Report In Constitution Hall. It grounds, guests
1957 Buick Hardtop .n n 55-Sfore Office qulrad to sNow Ca,.. why tha aama was one of the most memorable Invited Illto the prlvile living
: N Taka cara of aidarly pao Sadan .AT .Etc 49500 should not .ba srantad by aarvins ,. quarters, and Into the swim
4..ln' my homa ,WY f IM1Bonita loot' Chavrolal WT Phup ()t>"ca no 0. 2nd story BalchBuilding a copy .( your writtan dot.oo.s. if ..:: \'ADMbiiQN; $ Midwest Moves performances In an auditorium miugjdtol.' I I
Sprmg i/IMf Raconditionad III 50 par Mo 1170 IrdSI any. upon the firm of SHEPPARD I which has Men many.
So Watkmt A Barkau 601 ANDERSON AIIo,".,. at Lao. MID 6-14 Mary Helen Canter. Same Congress
inoml
Avulibla' atlar July III ratirad Com II"".". 114500 With jokes and jabs and hard. >prs and
,... SIll Ava So MI 2 SI4I Daan "r..'. Fort M,.,.. Florida,
USN. v. 20 till Chavrolat LWB CabA Karen luldwln$ Ralph Clcmon Westward hitting their wives hive seen the
appeal Johnson
411'.11 up.
,..,. activa duty Whila. malaaga Class. Loll 01MI. and by films INS or.'nal tharaofwith Today quickly '
41 Electronic 'tachnician .. Lilt 59500 th. Clark of laid. Court by the Lula Dali. Elam Lyons. Sharon had his businessman audience stairs at the White lloune for the

I'cons.d by U S Virgin lilandtCxbla 1952 Chavrolat I Ton 57-Houses For Sale Und day of Jun.. KM elharwlaa Miller Rotiell DavU. Mozcllla with him, applauding and first time In their ninny years
TilE ASSOCIATEU
Hy
Go..nt II .c."cln I..d Panal now ",.. 39500 a 00... may bo antarad ....n" you fROB In Washington
plumb. C..I Engnr 0" ISIS Buick Sudan irantmf.d adoption, KeiHlrlck. Unseasonably hot weather Uughlng for an hour.

T V Initallition Fiald' A claim old car J95 00 and Thraa lovaly badroom" lardscmpan.nclwIh tcraanad lanal_ laid WITNESS Court at my Naplaa hand. Florida and aaal. thia of 6-15 Evelyn [!cI1ya. Robert that soot temrierktaiws to record These six days fortified In With all the folksy tout'lies,
Suparintandanl ContlructionChirf INGRAM CHEVROLET Inc. the President
Engnrrr, T.nl.la Procatling $110 Ninth St N. Ml 2 5105 a sturdy cyclona t soc. ..a lOIN day of May. M4MAROARET Cicdc, Alonzo Marsh. James hig1 marks for the date In Johnson the Idea that he can be whose father
Plant 0..'.. rrlocat. taN Naplel' FlaHfi among many faaturat of thia T SCOTT many Midwest areas Thursday what he told the Chamber of farmed on shares, now unatunheiily -
.plal' with ,.,,,,,111 Reply AIR J badroom homo on city watar Clark of the Circui* Court Walker. J.c. Miller. Commerce he Intends to bet enjoys fine, ex|*>imlve rat
ThuniJarbiroHardlop R A and ..*.. Labs Park moved eastward t'Uy Indicate
in Only (CLERKS SEAL \
MAIL' S.. t IICI St Thomai, H Po...., window ...,.. Faclory 6-16 WUher Eubaiik Ansel tie clothes and
U S Vor.n, liUnrii .:nl rufr.nc.s 113150 Tarma ....llbl.. Call By INEZ MAQILLDaputy Ing an end II a coot 1l1|wll in "President of ALL the people. cars ..
air conditioning Low mila ownar. Ml 452t. Solo' ,. I 00 Clark Mc3waln. Joule LuIlCbc rg.Ger- Latrty though there ,
Over and have
S'IMl over to people ,
.It Ml 24104 aftar I PM PM alone casters sortlons U the na.tlcm. rep.
.ISSTN
Iill.\I May U. n Juna I, II, IH4 rude Jackson,Alice Dcrumore: resenting every facet of nation been signs that the White llouw

23-Misc. For Sale Thraa MOORINGS badroomo.DELIGHT 2 bath can THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE DurwotN Halls rd. Samuel al life, Johnson keeps saying may be wondering whether

44-Mobile Homes tral httt and air conditioning, TWELFTH AND FOR JUDICIAL COLLIER CIRCUIT COUNTY IN GUddinj;, Cecil Sanders. Evala 'HIB midsummer heat covered "I am the only President you there has been too much of pres

Ford Polo Ar" Cord.t.000r. Car pal ing throughout aicapt 2 FLORIDAIN Ncvrrs. most of the Plains and Midwest have." idential appeanmes' and ex.posure. .
Complala" For Ford Carl |I2> tSl.r, wIlt Cabmna and badrooma Complata kitchan Ineluding .
MI HO' 'I4 ittnition prrt for rant or SalO Nica Can lo disposal" and dithwaahar CHANCERYNO >0t* 6-17 Frank Drown Judith with Ivrnprralures the 80s and And what they have Is a complex News conferences have
cat,on. Ml 24155 t 27t2Rant Nica tcratnad porch Pavad 90s. In North Dakota slacked off and the President's
: 5.klact' tabi.1 *,Ih ,,PhObSI J17 II or dro..*.,. toddad ,lawn land HENRY KRELINQ Appluby Irene Satterflcld hit mer. contradictory, personable

...d eh.n Hoovrr I Upr drOIl',ghl''''Swoop. I .. or tala ...,1... lot. lul tcapad Phona MI 24104 aftar V. Plaintiff.. RadIan [Mlllc Will Dixon rury hit the lOOrflegreeinark. In hard.working, driving chief executive official dally schedule Is lessjammed.

.., with jIMchmum Sra at 4JSOrrh ly furmthad 1)5 dn |]S a I PM 4/lIlt JAMES LAND and 8-18 o Hcvcrly tirt.urr Grand Forks and 91 In Fargo I who can't be neatly .
'a 0,.vr >/P It month Latt than 11.100 l Mid. fSA : 2 b.doom CBS JOYCE LAND record high marks for May 21.kSInI'sl.la tagged by any one label. But for 4 man who had alxiut
"ay I 5146. 1/11.\1 h.", .. tarratio 1100... buIt.n hutband and will" Maria Anzualdo G'-cc Me* 11 months to
G E automatic wathar. Call RAO lie has fantastic stamina, an cre.ite and sell his
drapat includad 1300 for
Ml 2 n>4 t/4 51 Oil usdm ots Cook John ItooiT Sara Kem. also rnpi.nea "V
own .
my aquity and aatuma IIS NOTICE OF SUIT agile mind, bulldog determination presidential Imige In advance
Sri ol ultcllb. trot carl Four 45-Trailers For RentS monthly pavmantt. 1114 DianaAva TO: JAMES LAND and 5-19 Ncbon ServLo5 Gloria marks for tlllI dale, Including IIIntllrnlltlc".J sentimentality, sensitivity of the next election, Johnson .
an Icaot Land Yacht Harbor .. Ph 2 1125. 5It JOYCE LANO Falls, on the Ca
MB P,.. 5120.Jt You. JAMES LAND and JOYCE Johns Merrcll Golden Pearl n.adlm bc'rcJoor. There Is a compulsion and urgency seems to be dolnit pretty
a.I.r. tl a waak with TV. '
110 a waak Spacat 15 a wa. <.k 58-Lots For Sale LAND sri haraby not.tad that Calhuuri, John Strousr Elsie about him that might well.

24-Mics. For Rent 4/2lf Rock Craak Trailar Park a morta Complaint on tha to foracloaa following a daacribadproparty curtain Kodel Mary H*re lay. Dorothy Readings were In the 10000Jo. have taken him far In the bunt

PORT ROYAL Lot22 Gal to wit: illaikonahip.: llczzlc Spailu.DloCIIAT grnt level In the Suthwest d... ness world Count On LBJ
FROM wall. to will, no to.l atIll lao 0,," For Sala or Trod. Loll $10 and II of that cartainlubdivinon Bert reRlon Thursday for tha II'* csn be brusque or kindly,
on CJ'pelt claanrd with. 48-Apts. For Rent Wr,la G J H"hrt. lilt POll known aa COL LEE
Bin Luitra P.ntlOCtr IC IIo.d D..n Con.Cooaua CO GARDENS according to tha GES fourth Mralgtit, day. thoughtless or thoughtful, domitaeering
lurnnhao i bUrn map or plat tharaof racordad IsPlat or gentIe'-4e Is great For Final Push
shampoo II tplrl Furnitura Micaly I Sand las Fvosi 6-14 i HaroIJGopprrt Sam! .
: "S"ay : Book I. 10 of tha bum 1'1I1I1"r air appeared
Compiny S/21 bath apt North Napiat |7S par location 15 Out .,. MId. paf with kids.
mo Phona Firtt Florida RaalCtlata 2 1394 /11.101 Public Racordi of Colliar. County Rolvrson Walter oldlrOlI. hi>,
Mart Ml J lltl. Florida Vvlllle\ fInite I lutcfiliuon as the h" air lie goes great guns with On Bill
Sanders spread
26-PersonalSTENOGRAPHER t/1751 has boss Mad againit you and you eastward grownup gals. In Johnson's six Rights
59 irinusulro 0 to sinvo 5 cop, ot Doris Cresion. Sheila and waa IIXrll''t d to extend overthe
-Acreage .
In office
months probably more
ANOHYMOUSN. ttubul bhurct Apt. your Avowon 0' PIsadI"p to the ,
ALCOHOlICS., o,00n'e'w.,'" d".knl, YEAR ROUND LIVING Complaint on the plamlif a .110 wave and baby girl.: Great Lakes region, the Ohio women have been kissed on the WASHINGTON (AP) bipartisan

4trobI.ms Ash 10' h.p, by call Modarn ona badroom and af monayl DIJIRtH". $10 ad,Owfsrniidu.. 1659 total n.,... MIXON HIXON. 4 Florida CROW, 8-15 i Mary Cantu and baby Valley and the Mlfl'lle and cheek and more damsels I profxinonts. of the civil
Lay P 0 Bo> 13} Naplaa
*'III...eom.d MI : "H M.ot.05 1Ito". ,cod.II n Fn'B.pl cabla Ic."e in Aptt Monthly furmthad or p.arra.nd TV prica Coll.tr Caunty Raal Emtala and Ma, the or amal' Anawar or girl Mary Henderson baby North Atlantic Ft ales. danced around the East Room II I rights bill said today they are
MI I nil
," Church Annos on Ills Ml 14455 Rally Rr andSruca 5i20.tf opan Sundays Platding' in tha o'fica af INS Clark. girt I Walker Jean Tudor I counting on PreMdenl Johnson I'I
.
51 at ill A volco'p Tursa'4F Ava '/) tf of .ha Circuit Court en ar Solon to the, final for
supply push
,,' ont at I JO P M tha IJrd day of J..".. .UM If you Ralph/ CleItlon. I'hyllU Johns.d. pas.
,
riU88ER STAMPS that 0.5. ,busch bdrm and furmthad flopping Opts Woolly Noun I 65-Gen. Real Ettate fail ,b.. do lab ao un.ia'n.judimant t you by for dafaultwill tha .turban (Mshear Oliver Hot 'n' JuneMap 'I sage."He's the 'can do' man as.

,Ood ''mp.'on Any "U0 monthly or ,.., araund Mid ,.t,.' damandad in the Complaint' t Dow,114., Sharon Miller and baby I Dry ,
On. day usro''U Coli., County cay tfal 3,1.11 SPRING SPECIALS Th,snoIci.Na It ba pvblnhad onca si Mant Democratic Leader Hubert

__N.*I II..... O-64- /..-;- S I .doom u.iurn.sloId sacS milk for four contacutivawaaka girl. Robert I'aut. II. Humphrey told a report
APARTMENT will cam V."d..1t laud loll NEWS. in tha COLLIER COUNTY S-16 Je4K>pli Hhlin. Lula shows Weather Bureau's estimated forecast ul er aisle knows how to get things

Plata kitchan .Naar baacn and Uahl.lhcn Louise average temperatures precipitation through mid.June. "
So Lagoon Ava 14500 DONE AND ORDERED at fail -udell e i I dune
th Ava MI
J thoppns Mi Its. ./a.\I Channal Or S4M May Napiai.UM Florida. ,..,. 20th day ., .;it)10'1 Um. .'liiic
Oonar ..... furmthad Oft, MARGARET T SCOTT \ISCI.13nIaiarct: ) iclicltt; drive for cloture to still the
WANTED ciancy A"r cond Stonacraft Royal RaISin lOll Clark and baby boy IrU Coyer and Southern flllbuHter Is made ear.
Apia Ml 24155, or Ml a..92 By l\l lIE MAOISt
MO MuMat, Lana 1900 1"504".n Daputy Clark baby ho)', I IYIIlullllll: and ly next month, the President
I'O 110Furn
IVrmanrnl I'umliun, HIXON HIXON CROWLEY will be called on to help
I bOris aptt Elf cantn boSsy girl \00 sway
M Or Lavaly Y""aw of Byi/ W,II.am 0 H,ion flaby feW i.
TV A"r Cand 745 Its undecided senators.A .
ricmant Murkinf! CunditionaCALL Attornaya for Pia,nt A.. So Ml 45IJ I"tHEflicianciat ,
Naples Bay |l)50Ramambar P 0 Pot tiS Republican civil rights sup.

Day w.. ar ta ,.,t buy orta Naoiai Florida tllIIII'Cf'rCrOlby.ErllCs- porter. Sen. George D. Aiken of
Month IRIS MOTEL Ml "i contact Mat ??. It J.". S It UK wild. tine Aliero0 Cecil oanJcri, Vermont agreed with Jlum.phr.y .
Ml 2.6531 2 210? or Ml 20155F.rvS".d Luc Ha Ottt Lath Brawn hujioll Tliimicnnan.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF the bill's floor manager
V '* Marcum Sob Jaagar
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Opt 'w' ".l I.. ...' THE ,.It Radical (HllkIv.la! "I've told
the While Housethat
00.5. I"Q".t :3125 C'.e"R.
For AppointmentKEEP DEWEY POLLY TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT and we've done
III OF FLORIDA Covers baby girl: underLuhank all that Mates
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F 0riv ii I bidrool' apart REALTY ,IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTYIN Mice Densinore i) n- manship can do," Aiken, a twin
Mont Hugi "l.u.I room ",'e".n CHANCERY his In his said In
10.04 eye a
BsilardJohon [Xxilcv Jr. separ.
and bb5 M' : lOll, .' :3 If Coff of lot Sos U. A ADOPTION ,
".'uc'o turn...... .' ...., Tarn .m, Tra"I IMl Chancary No lotl 1IIU4H Yeoinar, lozella Ien ate Interview "We need about
apt No pill .' chold',. 101'Z 1 IJ5t IN RE PITITION OF dikki. -'r MOIMALMariTrC.,11 three or four more votes and
1557 0' MI 59. 4 Sri SON GORDON and It's to the White House to
DOROTHY CORDON :? up
>1 IreiK. .t'l'rfk'ldlJ
53j..,oom. 'Iarnshid OuaIT them."
NOTICE OF SUIT provide
mint vary '''10"'''' t* caupiawho PUBLIC NOTICE J.,'S hlicr .amuel' GUdJi .I-
will ma ntam pardan I doaama TO JwEL.EE.. Unknown KNIGHTA Its sizrle for the centrsl portion of the nation until mid. Southern opponents of the civ.
rata Michael
pa,Wins Adultt only "o ... :':, Taylor, III June according to Ihe forward. oil rights measure sold the 8e"".
"0' CE 0' 'INTENTION, TO You ara ", not"f'ad that lhaabova looklnf Weather Bureau.
Phena Ml IHU 1/24 Dl>. I rank
pub jti, Proton0gries"
** REGISTER" : FICTITIOUS' NAME namad 1111'1'.a"" nai f lad ale leadership already Is apply.
furn;ahad apart putt on ,n ISO .*.. Court
Onabadroom Ta'd.r 5 550 dott "areb. 0 I' atyiad ell. Ing pressure.
mint Vary raatonabia t. coupia" S ', thai am C0'd far tha adost.a" of ISO in'"a ch IInawul
and ddaoma ",7nIanaacan. I"....n "t V .ant Ray Before the Senate met for Its
who will maintain yard .a ".' ca but "... at riO' P ". ta 'n
paintms Adults only ndoata i' Nap"aa F ior da unotr ma fcI Kn (M and iSO a'a ralu"rod toahow URTH.U 62nd session on civil rights, Re.
Phana Ml t 3534 1/24 t. ,..ama mt of ASCO and mat sad cOols .0 ay ,OIl **.. **tma
proI .5 co"oota o' the folia* ". ...... ahould not ba i-iwa by Mr! and \Ir,. Jose publicans scheduled another
... .. a af ,.... .r nan I.I conference to consider the pack.
ary coop
pe..ont wi ysuna p. a d piacat' o* Kg (.a 'u, Nlrl.''I Mr. and virs.
49-Houses For Rent '...t.rc00000an folios oss.sa..." Jamaa II Alami. At of amendment
prepared by
age
WIlLIAM LEor POTER *' I.'voy for Pa1<|''*ar W 0 I.. hallcvJhsn j hoU/b hybo).
.vattnacl.nI 1,00Ud. .a JII' C'Oton Aiau.0.oaosI' lit Napiaa Ftavida an. *, f i" stha '.'r. ant \lr Fruce Mumn COP Leader Everett M. Dirk
larfr.n< homa Unfurmthad 1bdrma p of AtCO .t at 'a lootWllam Of' Sal ,"....* w..n tha C'... sen and Democratic civil right
YOUR RENTAl t batha includat rangadrape 1..110' po,., |r IM. af sal Court a* ar ....... Juna I b.b: jflrl.M C advocates In consultation with
fILLED *. and boat dock win Ham, '1105100 to ""'. to ISO IMI atharwaa a ."'.. man ba ',- Mr. and \11'$. CUre -
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PROPERTY othar '..'u'" you will lika Clark of tha C rcu t Cau't n and anta'ad af a'naf you :-: g sad Ally. On Robert F. Kennedy.
WITH AN AD IN THIS for Collar" County Flo*.da to rag,a adaot_,onW4 : e Etyene Miller bahy girl. Dirk Mm said he hopes the Re.
Practically flow unfurn.thad I tar lbs sad nama af ASCO undarha ata my h, .d .*. t''a luau' aaa 5-14 and '
NEWSPAPER. bOron t II..... Brooktida ho ma prav tiant of Chaatar 2551) LaotJ d Court at Eaat ...,.. Floy da Mr. 'Irs. aol H1AvY miblican can "button up" the
N.caly tacatadPhona t Florda Actt e' 1941 fys Ion h. Of May 144MARGAHIT i iederkktv, bah> ?lrl.IT bill at the session and he ached

ANfTHING FROM ,...4 F....... Raal Ea 'matt. my Hand IH.a Ills lay af Clara T 5' ',- ,- :None. ci sled a later huddle with Hum.

RENTING A BEDROOMTO ,... Moot Ml 1 till ar modalhoma May WILLIAM IH4' LaOV POYt S> SEAL) .;-l-N me. phrty. Democratic Leader Mike
Ml 21471. _1/17.10 Matl4.lI 21 Juna 4 IWO I44 By INS? M QILL j-P Mansfield and other right
SELliNG ACIASSYRESIDENCE Daputy Clanin :; \Ir. ard, 'rj. Joe ;

I ticS orm room.. turn. hat draa.1..,. aI twuaa,...". Jamaa POI.R. AdaMa.'. J il I J, bib'. Irll ir. a'ii, 'rJ.k' strategIstsTraveler.

..... laadinc I. orb. acraaoad CALL THE NEWS FOR N...... FlwdaAitornay ": GoUent I .li t r.. ....

CALL US NOW .tila perch tub Lvy Naar bath ROW with Saa aunka G.t.I RUBBER for P..,!.....' ,\ Sail area of the l'.%. will see sprinklers do yeoman wit the name of

$ctwol HIM. 4/ZJtf STAMPS -May $.. 1) |-|. J..... .. ,lOll-*lll Fmrofi Rfsds The NEWS duly till mid.June If either Bureau estimate I is correct. Robert E. Lee's famous horse.






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12 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, May M, lit 1

Stevenson Suggests UN
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'; n', .".:: Patrol Cambodia BorderUNITED h sponsored by

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Felt NATIONS, X. V,. Sonn pressed for a new Geneva '
,, ;, AP) U.V. delegates today conference to guarantee
. studied the possibility of the Cambodia's neutrality and ter- CITIZENS GROUPof
Security Council agreeing on rl'orlal Integrity, but Stevenson
U.S. proposals for Chi United: said "There Is no need for
Nations to sponsor military pa. another such conference. A Geneva .
trots alone the troubled border conference on Cambodia
between Cambodia and South could not be expected to pro' IMMOKALEEin
Viet Nam.Cambodia's. duce an agreement any more
representative at effectU than the agreement Yot
the l'.:\., Ambassador Voeunsal already luxe.
Sonn, told. a reporter the suggestions The Vietnamese representative "
lor a U.N.: wail h on the renewed his government's behalf of
frontier ere "the really; lmfiortant proposal for direct border talks
+ ) pats" of the |*>llcyspee'h between Cambodia and South
/ that V.S.: Ambassador Viet Nam. But Sonn brushed off
A'lUI E. Stevenson! made to the that roiwsal.
11.nation council Thursdaj. The C.S. amlMS *iu' chargedthat
asked his government for corn.mcnt. North Vietnamese<< Communists .

htld| tn the Chinese
th Moroccan Ambassa Ahmed Communists, weds Irvine to EWELL F. "PAPPY" MOORECandidate
Tailil Benhima "'as In tough overthrow the governments of
with other council: delegates trying South Viet<< Nam and Laos.
to find the basis for a resolu- Soviet<< Delegate Nikolai T.
(inn on the dlsl";"uw. Fedorenko derided Stevenson's
Tile. council meets stain Mandav. speech as an exercise In "stu.
pldlt).." Stevenson responded by
Cambodia has charged thai Including the Soviet Union In his
lar Sib 7 South Vietnamese troops aclompanled charges. Soviet policy, he '.Ild. for County Commissioner, District 5
SURf1d by U.S. tries, "explicitly supports the over.
MrN have been crossing' Into Cam. throw of national; governmentsof
iKHlia and killing \lllagers. Sonn newly Independent states.'
'1414, denied to the tounill Thursday The private reaction of many
that, Communists fighting diplomats was that Stevenson's

WATKItMKLON; (11'MKNWith\ ; an assist from" against the South Vietnamese address was good :as far as it
pretty: Carolyn" King national I vuiti-imelon, queen, government "were using Cam. went but did not live up to its REPRINT of EDITORIAL TAKEN from
bxll.t as a sanctuary.Stevenson billing as "an extremely lm.
thi first shipment \\lllc'I'RlclllIlS bearing Flori-
Insisted they wereand port ant speech."
,Ia'" XunFLAwir: seal have KOIU to mltl'k:l. The said ''thl.ls the real reason

IWIII! ilesiVmites Florida's lop agricultural products. for troubles on the Cambodian

(!;in>l.vn is hponsoi-ed l 11.\ the Watermelon! Growers border." He admitted that an Military Building IMMOKALEE BULLETIN MAY 21st ISSUEPAST
and Distnliutorx" AssoUHtion.! a national trade! American adviser was with the ,
South Vietnamese on one of the Projects GivenCommittee's
g I-IMI |p.
three border crossing Cambodiacited
to the tounrll. Pham !Khac OK
What They're Saying Rau of South Viet Nam said his WASHINGTON (AP) The
country's troops had made an House Appropriations Committee RECORDS PROVE THAT THE IMMOKALEE BULLETIN
"occasional Inadvertent cross- today approved today $1,599 .
,
leg In pursuit of their' enemies." 014,500 for military construction REPRESENTS THE FEELINGS OF 85% OF THE VOTERS IN

The Governor's Race,. Stevenson suggestions made three alternative July projects 1. In the year beginning THE IMMOKALEE AREA. FOR PROOF, CONSIDER THE VOTE

1. That the council\ Ilk Cam. The breakdown Included these THE DISTRICT ((5)) INCUMBENT RECEIVED IN THE RECENT
li)' Till: ASSOC'ITM; 1'KI.SS S.lulII'rs H.II cJ| "thcioungroup 1 In
bodU and South Viet Nam to projects Florida
I Kolx-rt King inch I 111 'I I d would VOTE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER IN PRECINCT ((11)) AND
!! |I' r < / In Ml.inil that I establish a joint military force Naval Air Station Key West,
Tlnuda) Illrlll .ittl-lllplX/ III l-llll h.ivo mated another Dlrmlng' to |utrol the frontier and report $817,000; Naval Station, Key ((16)) AS COMPARED TO THE BALANCE OF VOTES REGIS-
III" I IIIII'IfLI l Kiisl; Oust, /It.iiU.n) ham lint ho (High) avoided It. to U.N. Secretary General U West, $428,000; Atlantic Missile
hlrlki- II 1'11"1",1tllV""IIfr." amill.ivkm Another thing wo (NAACP) ud" Thant; Range, Cape Kennedy Cocoa TERED FOR HIS OPPONENTS.
lliiiiiN Maud| | II h,' worn 11I11'0 I lil in tar U his stand haiIMMII s 2. That the force be given Beach, $1,210,000 and Grand Bahamas -
1',1' ; ho,, would' In-lit tln civil
for" progress und gettln)t U.N. observers or I U.N. Com. auxiliary field, Bahamas
Ill'lils: lull, .is .in liuoul, h)' Ihof"Io'I'.III (icople/, to work out their prob. maud. $198,000; Patrick Air Force

"ivoriiliioiil.' "'IIIH," 3. That It be "an all U.N.,, Base, Cocoa Beach, $3,300,000; As we said in a previous editorial, we dislike mud slinging in
"* )iMir fiivpiiiiti I will use /IIiRli look it Jab at Burns to I Patrick
force. A. C. W., Cocoa Beach
even lor.il,I I IIIIHONH" In stop tlilx refusing further fare to five de He said the United States; 128000. Military family hous.ing. a political campaign but facts are facts nothing can change the
Mvll, ni-MHliill.,: )," III"'IIH N.Ildhl l lutes. In :i telegram sent tIlurns' ,a would contribute part of the Navyi Naval Base, Key absolute truth and the stating of facts do not constitute mud slingingin
St. "IVIt'lKliim', "H would mike
'
hr.ulquII'lefllligh said 1 cost of a U.N. force. West, 400 unite our estimation. Irregardless of the smooth talk about how much
Unrlo. S.iiu IIOIMHIIIOI' iliii'i- "\1111 have continued to deny tin.e Among Items rejected Val.
till out 'oiler null Ci'hi'l.il, has been made in Immokalee during the past three and one
i I : III.in. ''''"I.h' ot riorlda an opiortunlt'| : karla Air Force Station, 4 mis. progress
Hl'l'l' III "evil )' llllsllll'NH' III the to olw.01'vi us In live fare to fan Thinks Montana site tracking facility In Brevard half years the facts are that 90%; of that progress has come about

riMinlO. ik-lute ilurlng the /final weeks o f County, 75 miles southeast of either the three months in spite of delaying tactics
Illl'll, llllMllwllllo, Illlkoil, heals/ this c'.I lIIIIII(1I.; Crowded, Moves Orlando, activated in I960. The during past or
In Ih,' |loildi! ilu hint oslitt, Ilo unreel Burns to let WFTV sum of $448,000 for landa qpl.l. employed for the purpose of garnering extra votes at election time.
1"H'II'IIlhlll' Inli'irM Imlik-r, In the TV In Oil.inclo. use reruns of i;; ToUnalaskar tlon was recommended. The
I 1'1'.(' ,il II "I IN'V1I1| III lust" I'.ilni ti'leiast made last Sunday oveiWTVJTV SEATTLE Wash. (AP-A 96. committee said the Air Force And all this conversation about a "million dollars worth of im

llo.iih.. Ik' N..IIIIII'IiH.... nuMirofJn and u.Medj "wha t foot vessel built in 1891 as a fireboat should consider moving the sti- provements" simply means that the incumbent Commissioner now
kwinvlllo"" hid, mil., JOIIIIH! la heading for Alaska's Ale.
lion
posMhliolijei can )ou offer tlon to another site where such
oilier east I"M"I in.mils' In do. ?" utlan Islands with a deckload of costly land would not be believes the whole town is worth one million dollars plus the less
lll.lllllim.III, Ollll, til III!' llMItllV| baled hay a hold full of live. required. than $400,000 value he placed on it in 1961, at a County Commission
k'K': ""'Ikl', Until: IN w.ivor o( stock and a pioneering! family. meeting; in Everglades.
Ml mil. Wanagas that thinks Montana's getUag ,
j :Dill: 'UN .1.111111'.1| | | In. hwlni; .downHl'll'l.l'N too crowded. :
s,1lll11w1'ht'Ixlht, tlMllJ' Mr: Josephine Wanagas 48, Aboard the freighter Robert CG Seizes If he is reelected we can expect to continue driving over the

while lliith' iiiovc.I, into. .HIM'HiHond.i ol Lliicaj odled suddellly Thurs. Eugene are 500 sheep, five same unpaved streets for another four years when he will\ again

IHIIIIO nl IIIN'IIIHIIIOII| |. day adcrikxii at the hOlllc of her horses, half a dozen pigs, one give us a haphazard three month crash program of road buildingto
IliitiiN, w',4 IN lii. IN'| .it, Avon I'.uk, al. icr, Mrs.: Zlta McFarlandof rooster a dog named smokey,,
B'aulhula( SaiMKofi"" mil I furl" Uxilta :Springs where she Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Choatt Armed Negro gather new votes to reelect him for another four year term.

MVPIH hk' n 1 lull t ) r a I I. Ilicli had beta visiting for the past and their three children. ;
discrimination certain individuals
continued
We the against
can expect
lii'dnlod MopN .it loll 1'iono, :six days. "We're all looking forward tc
U.ill, CaiiM'HVIlli-.mil; \ TallaluK- l "We will have our ranch and i On
we.At ()''.II,., Illtfi V..IN Iliol by'$111INn | survived by her husbandJoseph chance: to build It as big as we i ShrimperTAMPA We can fxpect our million dollar airport to continue to grow an ex-
'| | |ll'1.M .,,1 tllO .,,11'1'1'1| | .llljI h'allagas of Chicago and a brother want It. We're all used to hard
cellent crop of weeds and the crop dusters to continue wondering just
'olio*'isl lilN ili.illcnuo In |$iuli. Julius Williams of DonltaI work.'* (AP) A Negro
110 ih'lnlo., "Ih.rl''., .1 ni.iii' whuIII'IdN tprhlgs: "When you can hear you. sought In the disappearance ofi how long they can continue to operate on the south end of the field.
llllllN'lt .llHIVO till' |H1llC.Hill | uiicral I services and Inter neighbor's rooster crow, It'i i I. shrimp boat captain was tak.
....'UN.N .III. l.lklllll| III ($HillIll IIIl'III will he Tucsday In Chicago time to move," said Choate, 52, en Into custody today by Coasti We can expect him to attend public meetings to get the voters
lll-l.llO| ." IIIIh! : ",lid llf Ihti ills. Last May Choate sold thi Guards who boarded the craft sentiments about proposed legislation and then proceed to enact that
"I .1111 Mill Illl'Ot seven sections of land on whit i In defiance of Its lone oo.i .
a IIUIIIMH.IKl
legislation which HE wants irregardless of our opposition to it in
.
111 Nl. 1'iMornliiiir. "I 1 am nut .1 he had ranched for 27 yean i eupant's rlfle.zed
1'111..11.; I know' Mr. Ilich IN n.4 Drops Dead On near Miles City, Mont. He lea I The Coast Guard at Miami open meeting.We .
a l ".. rll. Hut ho IOIOI\IH, | the 263,000: acres from Uncle San i said no difficulty was reported
:\.\.\ '' e'lllkhIM'Illelll. (or tin on Unalaska/ Island, near th i in bringing the man aboard the can expect derogatory statements about the area and the
flrrt tour In Iho hlMoM. nf Iho Ochopee Road head of the Aleutian chain. cutter Point Swift In the Gulf of people he represents to continue. Such as, "Immokalee ain't nothingbut
M.ili'ol' I rliirl.li., The rancher brought the Robert Mexico about 180 miles west of
town and will\ be nothing but a farming town"
Ocurjjc Cronlal: I't Icapcdcs- Key West. a farming never ,
Dm'MM "..Id :\''lru1111'1'11' wotiMdo Eugene here. He put tw>
nut In l.iifO niimU-ift rl.i trim on the highway atOclioPiv docks in below the main deck,, The report from Point Swift which statement he made at a Commissioners meeting in Naples abouta
lion ih\ .uub'lilt' future ol this Icll dead as lio vas walk built pens fur the stock and In,,. gave no details. The 82-foot cut
ago.
M.ilo nl FIlIl'itLI IN .lltll.lk".IIIIII' lug: Jioin g; the road about 4:40 stalled :a ventilation system,. ter took the 72.foot shrimp year
|IHIII... o'cKxik yesterday> aftcnioon.JuJ Rugs! were put down to keep thiImrkos trawler Golden Net in tow and It is true that Immokalee has made progress during the past
In T.IIIIIM Kodoit/ \\. S.IUIKI v Fichard who from slipping on tin:I beaded for Tampa on a voyage
ors, I loriili. Held, xoiiotm i MVCP, Mill Ilieh. nioivoilhlllMlK ioU called as coroner.pronoun- head were padded with mat.day. during the past ten years. Not because of the Incumbent but ratherin
oed the death be from -
to natural
Earlier
trcmtex.Choate the boat's
Mln; "i1| IIOIII. Not'l-HOM shrimp spite of him.
.1..11I,1'| ill his 1:1'1111111I' InloiostIn ulIJe.: hired Jack Graham, i i armed crewman unsuccessfully

ik>\i>li>|>iiii. real l r.iro lol.ltllHIM. Ind veteran. of Alaskan waters, at i tried In darkness to shake off We are witnessing today a street widening project that could
." Trite Care Live .kipper.Mr. other fishing vessels which were
and Mrs. Choate and the i escorting the Golden Net. have been done in 1962, and in fact would have been done thenif

dilution Jim, 19, Susan, 20, anTed d I The crewman, identified as he had gotten the merchants and land owners together for a meetingto
10, will lake: turns as crew- Henry Weaver a Tampa Negro,
arrive at an agreeable arrangement. His job was finally taken
members! sin I the 2,400-mlle voy> fled Into the darkness Thursday
.iff. They figure it will take Iwo i night after trying to ram two over bv the State Road Dept. who told this reporter they could wait

FOR THE GRAD. weeks. Tampa.shrimp boats escorting him to no longer to get the rights of way. That either the street widening

The Coast Guard placed the would be started
N Correction OnGreen's Golden Net's last known posl. took about six weeks to complete the work that had to be done

"SWANK" w ; tlon about 200 miles southwest and those who went to court would have gone to court irregardless.
Title of SI. Petersburg
(j) Billfolds So. nothing was gained except that the street is being widened at a
A Coast Guard
spokesman
A M"'r>' lii )1..I.d..tdlllOll,
of the HENS Improperly referr.: sold the two escort boats. did not time when he is running for re-election and he is endeavoring to

: "SWANK"c IH| to ll.irr Green as "chain'| give chase because one was dls. take credit for having gotten it underway.
man of the local GOP Commltt.| able b>' a broken water pump

Tie-Tacs & Tie Clips re." Actually, Green Is chairman .' aid heaver threatened to shoot lie harps about the progress made during his term what

of the local: Gold*;ate r Jon, of anyone his rifle.Heaver who. came within range progress doM he refer to ? Where do the paved streets run ? and

"SWANK"Cuff President The story Committee containing, only.the In. was charged In a fed. what motivated their paving ? Progress ? for whom ?

Links and Cuff Link Sets correct title was prepared bjj oral warrant with murder In the
:NEW staff writer. In a ep. mysterious disappearance of the It's time District ((5) had a Commissioner, one whose interest

Pure Silk Multi-Colored orate stor>' rrvpaicd and sub.milled Golden Net's' dtlrrer, Capt. \M1.Horn will be for ALL of District ((5)). One who willdo, what he can for
41 of
Schuck. Barlow
by Green a reply toel.1tenaenls Suspicion was aroused when each citizen regardless of for whom he worked and voted for in
Pocket KerchiefsMatch by state' GOP chair
man Tom Brown, Green proper. other shrimp boats spotted the election.Let.
any Coat I)' described himself as "chair Golden Net near a Mexican rt v.
man of the Goldwater-for-Pr. '1', forbidden territory for us haw an end to our Commissioner making charges against

Four In Hand Ready Ties dent Committee.'' the American Mexican shrimpers coast. fishing off merchants in his Community, that creates embarrassment to ALL

-TIES Bruce Mexican police later found the the Commissioners when they have to enter a public apology in the

by Rules Lenny stabbed and slashed body of an minutes of the Board Meetings.Let .
Superba & Citation unidentified man In the river.
Act Not ObsceneLOS No positive Identification has us eliminate thp practice of discrimination against residentsand
Leather Stretch been madeCoast
ANGELES (AP)-A Judge Guard merchants which has been far too prevalent during the past three
BELTS authorities said
listened to a recording of Lenny
then the man aboard the boat would and one half years.
Sport Dress Brure's night club act acquitted
not talk
over the radio.
Jason Shirts charge. him on an obscenity A spokesman for the com. Collier County voters have already attested to their desire fora

"If people want to pay to alt pony owning the vessel said change.Let .
and listen. to him, they deserveto they were pretty sure the. man
John's hear what they hear," said aboard" was weaver us ALL go to the polls next Tuesday and make that changeby
Clothing the trial He won't say anything;* said
Judge at the Thursday."Mr. ., jobs '&.' Duggan of Singleton an overwhelming majority. I
Bruce has a dirty mind
Shrimp. Co., "except he's
and degrades the American been U a fight and is that Paid for by Citizens Croup of Immokale
all cut
1714 E. Tsmlsml Trail 2 Minutes from 4 Corners language and morality/ ," the and I
gashed up.
judge .ald.It .
TOP VALUE STAMPS. "weaver was reported as say. (Paid Political Adv.)
leg on the radio that he did not ,
Te Advertise
Pays care whether he lived or died.





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