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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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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CAIRO (AP) Frans Hutten.

metster a West German was
r REID G.; MILLER: convicted today of spying for

MIAMI (AP) Florida wtl Israel, sentenced to 10 years In
IJi HBHBMMHB BBB Sentell prison and fined $2,400.
< send an unpledged slate C' To
HAYDON BURNS delegates to the Republican Ni Moore lluttenmelster, a 28.year.oldstudent

In a walk tonal Convention In July and I J' ';' from Cologne was ar.
appears the state's 34 votes ma rested last November. gov.
be for 'If ernment said he had come to
up grabs
Sen. Goldwater who voters turn Registrar EdnaCrlbb8anta Tues. contact an Israeli agent andtake
Collier County
MIAMI (AP)-Haydon Burns, ateEMOLEE : nl
( )( ,: secrets out of the country.
considered be day night. The Republican
riding an anti.clvil rights tick had been a sure ed out In good numbers Tues.day paper .
Into the Florida governor's of to win the state's COP support, 8. BARRETT and elected Mrs. Emcee ballot had Cramer and Salmon's ate

flee, said he hopes no sectional wound up backing the losing in a squeaker Barrett to the School Board and names In boldface type, while TOKYO (AP) Soviet FirstDeputy
bitterness will linger In the wake slate In Tuesday's second prim. B.M. Sentell and Ewell F. Mooreto Roberts and Morris' nllmelwere 1 Premier Anastas Ml.

of his runoff battle with Robert arYl the County Commission In llght.face type. koyan returned home today
And the leader of the winning Hard work in the two Immoka.lee two ma.
King High."i Roosevelt Wins without agreement! on
group State Republican Chair. precincts paid off for Mrs. DELAY CERTIFICATION
uedicated to the Jor proposals he brought from
am propo
man Tom Fairfield Brown of Barrett who nosed out Lester This morning County Judge
sit Ion that I will be the governor Premier Khrushchev.The
Tampa made no bones about Whltaker l,761.l,717, in thecounty' Richard M. Stanley ordered certlflcatlon .
of all Florida," said the tall, 52 National DemoCommittee Japanese balked on con.
of the official results
with the
his disenchantment closest race. Absentee
year-old mayor of Jacksonville. elusion of a World War II peacetreaty
Arizona Included In the totals. delayed until Friday at 3
And he offered a hand ol senator. ballots are p.m. because the Soviets r*.
friendship to High 41.yearoidMayor Brown once a declared fan of PostMIAMI The winner carried the two Im- This will give Hern's group time fused to return several Island
Coldwater, Indicated his slate mokalee precincts by a total of to file -a suit in Circuit Court, made
of Miami. off northern Japan. They
Us (AP- Elliott Roose. Whit If It wishes to do so.
might change allegiancewhen 151 votes which offset\ to effort for a
agreement Joint
Accepting this offer, High ex. it gets to the San Francis.co velt a onetime Arizona ranch.er aker's edge In the rest of the Republicans Tuesday voted by test ban condition.
total nuclear
tended congratulations to the convention.The a newcomer to Florida anda county.It paper ballot In all precincts, because of
Soviet an
al acceptance
man who beat him by a margin victory of the unpledged member of a great politicalclan was the second close race the n,reference slate' on

of nearly I=".000 votes and slate climaxed a bitter feud over was elected Democratic this month, and both times the chairman William D. Fawley, effective Two weeks policing of discussion system. slso

swept all but three of the state's control of the state party be National Committeeman Tues. Immokalee vote decided the win. secured a court order invalids failed""to produce agreement on

67 counties. between Brown and Rep. Wll. day.The net In the May S first primary ting the Republican side of the Tokyo.Moscow airline
Each, however made it clear Ham C. Cramer R.Fla., of St. :;52.year.old son of the late William G. Crowley won voting machines In Collier and a
that their post-election chumml Petersburg who headed the President Franklin Delano the prosecuting attorney's Job several other aunties Pawley

ness can be expected to last for slate pledged to Coldwater. Roosevelt won the unsalaried over Walter Condon by 17 votes.Dad charged that the machine UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.
only two years. They'll go at It "I feel we have a mandate post with ease, defeating 13 other Crowley beat Condon by 158 votes ballot was misleading. AP-The United Nations plansto
again In 1906, when the gover.nor' from the people to go to California candidates his first try fora In the two mokalee precincts, The Judge Commission Chair B. SENTELL send about 000 NlgerUg
office will be up for grabs. and represent Florida the statewide office anywhere. 11 and 16, man Dewey Polly, and the regls. comfortably easy winner troop to help the Congo army

Normally the governor's term best we can," Brown said Roosevelt ran up a better than Mrs. Barrett Eentell, and t car canvassed results this morn. restore order In rebellion torn
runs four years. The two.year "Whether they will be In favorof 2'tol margin over his nearest Moore have no opposition In the mug and counted 68 absentee bal Kivu Province
term was set up by the last Goldwater when we get there competitor, Richard D. Barker November election. They won lots Three other absenieevotes

Legislature so that Floridians may be another matter. of Jacksonville, a 87.year.old the Democratic nomination for were thrown out. Nehru Dies Nanda Now
would vote for governor In non. "Goldwater." Brown added, real estate broker who held the their respective offices Tuesday Tuesday's election drew 56.7 ; BEIRUT Lebanon (AP)-By

presidential election years. "appeared on TV and radio ex. post from 1952 to 1958. which was as good as winning per cent of Collier County's re. an overwhelming "'1014 vote, the

CAN RUN AGAIN tenslvely in the last week and The big surprise In the crowd the office Itself. gistered voters to the polls.There Lebanese Parliament Tuesday
campaigned against us." ed race, which attracted the Sentell, a former Naples coun. were approximately 4,183 Prime MinisterAn night called for amendment of
Burns will be eligible to run number of candidates Acting President
largest cllman bested William Hennlng ballots cast In person, besidesthe the constitution so
for reflection, although a four "VOTE OF CONFIDENCE" years was the third place fin. 1,819-1,430 for the County Com 71 absentees Only two pre. Fuad Chehab can serve anoth.

himself year governor may not succeed He termed the victory of his ish of James (Jimmy) James., mission District 3 spot. Moore, clncts, 14 In East Naples and 13 NEW DELHI India (AP- elderly philosopher renownedIn er six year.

"A two-year t term will not al, unpledged slate "a vote of confidente 39, .a Miami advertising execu.live. a previous commissioner front in Naples, Park, reported turn. Prime Minister Jawaharlal world academic: circles, Ride
in the leader. District t, came back and ousted outs of lass than 50 per cent, aristocratic states. haktlshntn was charged under Malaysia
low time to work out' the nil party Most observers figured James Nehru, the : KUALA LUMPUR
t, details of our'plunf, touch leer ship" and "a repudiation of Mi. -would give Roosevelt his stern. incumbent William II. Doub, J, ,:Isles bf Ca rl'. Precinct,1 re* mm who-teQ' hMta1d tn*'l>atINl.,,eke ,tmstltutlon tQ lake over the (AP)-MalaysU $.**& Otet to.

complete them," said Burns, already Cramer's personal bid for pow. est test James said he spent 983.1,430 All returns are com. ported all of Its 27 registered of neutralism and socialism government on the death of the day against ''a new. Indonesian '

looking ahead to 19C6. r." more than $2,500 In a vigorous plete. electors showed up at the polls. since It became independent> In prime minister But Nanda was atttmpt td state >j*>ace talks
At the same time, High war William Pawley of Miami. campaign Above 60 per cent were the big 1947, died today after sufferinghis quickly chosen to handle the administrative without a pledge to pull Indo.
telling his dejected supportersthat who with Brown led the un. "It proves you can't buy BURNS WINS HERE Precinct 11 at ImmokalM (61.2)), second stroke In less than details Milan guerrillas out of Malay.

"this Is not an end, but i Ii pledged slate said the defeat ofCraml'r' votes" comfltanted Roosevelt, Haydon County Burns Democrats for favored overRobert Marco (64.3), Goodland 60.4 five months lie was 74. Nehru's death was attributedto .Ian Borneo
beginning" and he pointedly' group was "not a repudiation who by his own estimate spent a King High 22521348. In the race for Democratic national Home/ Minister a U Nanda, a heart attack and shock
of Sen. Goldwa.ter.
wished Burns success only for Barry "minimum of 10000." committee senior Cabinet member who Kore. AP)-
The unopposed delegate elate fa. votes were distributed a "The prime minister 1 I. no SEOUL, South (
'the next two years. Barker by contrast said he vorlng Lyndon Johnson recelv.ed among the candidates as has a reputation for getting Steel Chanting "President Chung
"The uncommitted slate was more, Minister C. Sub.
Returns from all but IS of spent only about $100. 1,629 votes Elliott Roose. follows thing done, was sworn In a* llae Park resign" about 800
Goldwater slate has ramanlam the Par.
originally a sobbing
Florida's 2,279 precincts gavBurns John J, Kennedy, 58, a retired velt finished far In front of the acting prime minister 10 hours k.hurllng students clashed to.
campaigned as a Goldwater Commltteemani Roosevelt Uamem. "Life Is out. The light
votes to 4 7.961
626,889 attorney from St. Petersburg after Nehru' death. ,
slate and has been elected as 14.man race for Democratic national 983, John Kennedy 208, Jimmy Is out." day with policemen In anti'
for High was In fourth place, close behind committeeman and Nanda was sworn in by Pr.: government demonstration atKwangju
such he said county James 184, Richard Barker 161
defeat Rep. ,
Burns still must James, with most of the ballot voters placed Annette Baker first J.B. Rogers 134, WhltehurstllO Ident Sarvepalll Radhakrlshnan. Nehru was stricken at 6:25 150 mile south of
Charles Hoi ley, the Republican in NO PREFERENCEWhile counted :The other candidateswere In a four.way race for national Grover Cleveland 69. Jim Fair, a.m as he arose at his usual Seoul.
nominee from St. Petersburg far behind. hour. He died at 2 p.m.-4:30
Brown termed his slate committeewoman 38, S.L. Kllgore 31 BUI ;;
but a McCoyand
November election LBJ Announces
the Mrs Annette Baker of Clear a.m. LOT seven hours and 35minutes
On the side the
"a preference delegation, an Republican Rex Sweat 27 each N.B.
then Is an later
Democratic victory water president of the Demo. A stroke on
Associated Press poll showed slate pledged to Barry Goldwater Broward 25, AI Broderson 21 Solemn Rites
almost foregone conclusion.In cratlc Women's Clubs of Florl. Jan 7 had partially paralyzedhis
most of the unpledged delegates received 292 votes and the no. Joe Carrln IK.Committcewornanz. Consular Pact
da, won a four.way race for left side but he had recov.erod .
his first major campaign loyal to the Arizonan .*i least preference slate 235 in the coun.
speech of the runoff Burns for the time being. Democratic National Commit ty. The no-preference, slate won Baker 469, somewhat and in recent Planned For
teewoman. Ann Cramer 388, Catherine Me weeks had resumed Ms seat In
made civil rights the big Issue. Although losing his bid to head In the statewide voting. Uil. With Soviets
he said secondary Mrs. Ann M. Cramer of West Call 334, Nancy Evans 303. Parliament.
All others, were the convention delegation Cra lam C. Cramer got 347 votes
and he promised to throw mer easily won the unsalaried Hollywood vice chairman of the,and Albert Roberts 138 for GOP Immukal e'. two precincts WASHINGTON AP -Presl. Ills only child, Mrs. Indira Memorial Day
( )
up every legal barrier against post of Republican National State Democratic Party, was a national committeeman. Fran. showed a marked contrast In their dent Johnson announced todayan Gandhi was with him when he
the civil rights bill pending In distant second followed by Mrs. Salmon 297.191 fur and civic leaders
Committeeman. ces ran up a preference governor The historic consular treaty with died. A large team of doctor Military
the U.s. Senate. Mrs. Helene M. Morris of Sar. Catherine McCall of Ocala and edge over Helene Morris for only county precinct favoring the Soviet Union and termed the was In attendance The U.8. will aid In observing Memor-

On this platform he swept to isota, treasurer of the Republl Mrs. Nancy W. Evans of Miami committeewoman. High was Precinct 16, which hasa event "a slgnlflcait Mcp" In Embassy offered it* medical 111 Day services at Naples Memorial *
victory. Along the northern bor. can State Executive Committee The unopposed Democratic A printer's error in the pre. heavy Negro registration, but building understanding betweenthe staff and equipment, but an em. Gardens Vanderbilt
der of the state, adjacent to national convention slate will of the GOP bal. Burns took 83 ,
and executive of a family owned paratton paper per cent of the American and Sovietpeoples. bUllY spokesman said the Indi!
his cast Florida's 51 votes to Pres.ddent Drive and lllth Avenue, North,
Georgia and Alabama, mar. lot caused Lester Hern chair Precinct 11 vote.
corporation won the GOP na. : High ran fair. an government did not request
gins ran as high as 10 to 1. tonal: committeewoman race. Johnson at Atlantic City, man of the county GOP executivecommlttl'e. ly strong In Naples, and not so assistance on Saturday, May 30.

High a scrapping campaign N.J., Aug.24.29. to file a protest with well In the outlying precincts.Here's The treaty, announced slmul.laneously Nehru's death urgently raised David C. Jones of the FlorIda
.r, had hoped to become the In Washington and
a question that has plagued In. Real Estate
Exchange will
first governor from Dade County M'Jscow. will provide for the
dla for years -his successor be master of ceremonies honoring
since Florida entered the opening' of consular office in
and he had depended large Voted the two countries It Is I the first The Rtrong.wllled prime mints.ter veterans of all wars,
How The hold the reins of firmly
ly on south Florida to put him County treaty ever negotiated+ U-tween and adamantly refused to Services wlll.tsrt at l0a30a.m.
over. But only Dade, Plnellas the United States and the Soviet with a brief talk by Jones to be
designate a successor
and Broward counties backed Union A leading candidate has boon followed by a musical programby

him up. Complete returns (unofficial), before canvass Johnson, citing the ad van. Lal Bahadur EhaMrl, 59, a mild Mrs. M. Dan Nickel.

RACIAL OVEI country to receive as a result the ruling All-India Congress be
Obviously in the heavily pop. Preolnot 1 2 34 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 TOTAL of the agreement said that party and a close friend of will one of the featuresof
of the this year's exercises. Ma
ulated metropolitan areas
Nehru' first
when the treaty lakes effect t Nehru After
south the appeal of electing a "Americans ilutalnod In the S... stroke, he summoned Ehastrl, jor Gen Bruce Easley, USA,
governor In a state dominatedby GOVERNOR viP Union for any reasons will made him a Cabinet minister (retired) will give the principal

rural political forces was be assured of access: without dos without portfolio and put him In address Taps will be
overridden by the racial issue. Burns 87 14 45 35 222 225 30 34 29 198 530 173 166 201 89 141 2219 lay to American consular offi. charge.But sounded by Don Holzhausen,
High had promised to enforce flats" when Nehru began recov Naples! High School Band leader
any civil rights measure passedby erlng Bhaatrl was elbowed
Congress.For High 37 5 10 10 181 184 6 27 13 176 91 85 112 131 71 175 1314 Johnson raid| | the agreement, aside, and his political Hock Legion, Members, American of the Legion American Auxiliary

the first time this year which must be ratified by the dropped
and the Veterans of
bloc voting by Negroes was CCO. # 3 > Senate before It can take effect, A Mate funeral and cremationwill For
clearly evident. High had attracted i will t* signed In Moscow on be held quickly In accord. eign Wars will take part In the

their support by his June I I. ance with Indian custom crrrmonl
handling of Miami race rela. Harming 37 16 21 17 161 171 20 24 8 148 227 123 126 150 69 135 1461 _
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tlon I.

At a were time. leading when Negro to riots demands Sentell 07 3 29 20 255 199 11 29 29 226 200 123 147 163 86 115 1782

bombings and killings In many a
other cities, north and south,Miami cow f 5
seemed to have escaped the

rights High revolt contrasted entirely.this with rac. Doub 48 5 16 22 154 171 13 9 14 137 313 94 106 121 55 125 1403

lal violence that struck Jackson.

vllle during the campaign and Moore 73 14 35 18 212 173 21 47 24 220 325 149 153 186 103 199 1952
charged that election of Burns

would bring rioting wreck tour.
aim and frighten away industry
Burns retaliated by calling
High "the NAACP candidate"and Barrett 74 1 30 36 184 204 14 35 19 173 306 115 113 153 70 196 1723
characterizing the K' 4' ( r o

organization force." as "a sinister VJhitaker 56 18 23 9 210 205 18 23 19 200 249 140 165 163 08 102 1688 <*-

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Collins Dies
Ted j I

In Doctor's OfficeLAKE No Fref. 1 4 03 79 51 0 0 0 31 0 13 40 15 15 0 252 *
PLACID, N.Y. (AP>- -" ssSS *A&A&&
Ted Collins, 64, who directed Goldwater 0 4 01 94 62 0 0 0 75 0 8 19 16 12 0 291 i d *

singer Kate Smith to fame and factory workers tales-
LUNCH BREAK IN CYPRUS--Crwk Cypriot women-secretaries ,
was a radlo-ielerisloa personal! girls-get military training during lunch hours and after work. Those now training may
ty himself died today In a physician's
office. Not Including 71 Absentee Ballot become the nucleus of a 'women's army In the Creek community on the embattled Island

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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, Mar iT. 11"

Adams Answers a

Quake Didn't Shake Kynes' Suit mmo a News,,1


Alaska's Welcome Mat --.-insnimitn. '-"
Over Primary '
Church school will begin atth bery. Mrs. Ray" graders,]
and four I
several songs girls
TALLAHASSEE (APT First Methodist June 1st and last sang '
Karen House
Williams, ,
ne tlnpY 1 tai State Canvassing Board cannot through June 5th, with Mrs. L.J. -Deby and Janice Wolf
r '$a take any further action In the Williams as director. School begins Susan Stone,
ballet dance. Mrs. Oaks:
w ,; + p a NMN KernAw Acticx8ering o disputed first primary voting In at 8:30 and runs until 11:30. did a Newsom*'. fifth gu.
r Ocean't'r which Earl Falrcloth was declared The theme is "Jsus". Diane and
winner over Jarne Kjnes Heath will be In charge of the ders sang several numbers and
uad.lh.t ALASKA in the attorney general's ace nursery for teachers of church Cub Scouts, Den 1, gave their
Secretary of Stale Tom Adams school Preschool chlldrnags rendition of a hillbilly band,
of their Instruments
2 and 3 will study "Jesus the with most
McGnM Ma MCKI I.V said.Kynes Scouts.
;' Nati..el hrkAecb.ng. filed a lawsuit challenging '. Teacher." Mrs Don Me Henry, being made by the

hlrbonh some of the votes t satIn Mrs J.B. Adams, Mrs. Jimmy Stavl Seals, David Garrett,
Alachua and Levy counties, rii Spires and Joyce Glidden will Joal Carter, and Kelley Skinner,
asked the court to toss them out be the teachers for this group. give their imitation of the Beat
KODIAK IS. a Veldet and declare him winner The Kindergarten ages 4.5 will ale les, which really brought app.

k04... s.". \ State Canvassing B o a r d declared ao study "Jesus The Teacher." laus.
c.. C'r Falrcloth the winner by with Mrs Henry Grant, Mrs. The 6th and 7th grad room

sfrxJic 899 votes Wayne Garrett and Mrs Walter mothers furnished refreshments,
\ The board, headed by Adams, aleetat Garrett working with this group. which were served In the caleter.Ia. .

OeMII Wbie. was named a defendant In the Primary grades 1 and 2 .will Mrs, Ray's room was the
\ of the room count. Fath.
God's winner
study "Jesus Showed <
Hahn a Sker.e, YUKONci.i.nmmea his answer, Adams said Love." Mrs.James GliddenMra. era and mothers, If you didn't

that the canvassing board nelth. Dallas Townsend, KarenSklnner.and attend P.T.A., you really misseda

1CANADA er looked beyond the face of the Susan Hart will work with this lot ef good entertainment.
returns as the counties certified group.

MIltS them nor saw any Irregularities Juniors grades S.4.5.6, will WMS MEETINGThe
I J Ketchlks t .... ._ _.._...,.. .... ... ... ._ ,
0 loo that would have permitted the -" IJN "' ; '.O';_ "", _--:" study "lie was called Jesus." Woman's: Missionary So.

IHfIW-I/ returns to be excluded. with teachers Mrs. Warner Moss, clety of the First Baptist Church
P, Ruptrt Faircloth In an earlier answer (NEA Telephoto Mrs Sidney Brown, Mrs Johnny met with Mrs. Gordan Lastli*

said that Kynes' challenge wasa ACTION IN VIET NAM-Vietnamese soldiers and U.S. advisers react quickly as the Howell, Mrs. Terry Taluba and ger Thursday. Mrs Lucile M<\.
ANCHORAGE: Sntct 4. but ttilj III c...... .rt.. ol the enemy on during resupply as photo,
"n. frinc Corgt No hearing has been held on Pentagon shows. J.H. Black will b* pianist, Mrs. Mrs. Kaye Hadley gave the deb
NO If FICT ON IM4 TOURS. the lawsuit, which Is pending Sam Heath: song leader: and Mrs. votlonal. A program on rellgous
Leon County Circuit Court. Abe Skinner Is refreshment freedom was followed by a bus.
VALDEZ: Swan done,. l>ultmn .. cha rman. Iness meeting. Others attendingwere
will mcludt Volrfti wild
pot- Vaetwr.r Mesdames Elite Taylor,
able DKtnitf e( wrfritight i.
....b, Cooper Cfitttr Registration ForMoats u HONOR BRIDE.ELECT Eldron Daniel, Joe P. Brown,
Miss Prlsdlla Wllllamsbride. and Minnis Bishop.
SEWARD; St,... d.....'.. S..nb Opens Here elect of Gene Rodes, was honor. The ladies: of the Church of God

Ai .d ed with a miscellaneous shower will sponsor a chicken supper Sat
; t tr donugt Monday June 1
uF Friday night at Fellowship flail urday May 30th. The menu will be

Boat registrations for 1964- a R of the First Methodist Church. fried chicken, potato salad, green

ALASKA WELCOMES: TOtltlSTS you were planninga 65 will\ go on sale In the Collier The color scheme of pink and beans, cole slaw: ,hot biscuits,and
; white was carried out In the dec. If call In orderbe
you your
trip to Alaska this year, but were thinking of twitching County tax collector's office
orations; games were played and sure It Is In by 2 o'c1ol.kSaturd.1y
to some other area in light of the recent earthquake- Monday.All .
prizes won by Mrs. Watson Penn. to be sure order
things are looking up. Severe damage did take place along boats registrations from Ington and Mrs. Alton Clifton. will be filled your

coastal communities, but only certain areas of the city of that date, June 1, will expire Hostesses were Mrs.Burl Little. Closing exercises for the First

Anchorage, for example, received heavy damage. All hotelsin June 20.1965. field, Mrs. Curtis Massey, Mrs. Methodist Church School will be

Anchorage are in operation. Newsmap above spots areas Tax Collector A.P Ayers J.R. Marls and Mrs Sam Heath: held Sunday, June 6, at 9:45.

where severe damage took place, as well as many places said boat registrations may be Others attending were MesdamesR. Cub Scout Pack 27 held a meet.

untouched by quake damage. renewed at this office In the Godwin, Russel Kaiser, Law. log In the school auditorium Mon.

courthouse here, or by mall renc Williams, Richard Howe, day night. Boys receiving wolf

Jeff Mace Wins Pearson with the check payable to "A. i 5, r,. Neal Brown, Henry Grant, Roy badges; were Dale Brown, Joel
Requests P, Ayers Tax Collector" for Miller, Anna Davis, Terry Tal. Carver, David Garrett, Kelley

Chemistry AwardJeff Change In Canada the correct amount. uba, Warner Moss, Don Mr Henry Skinner, Jimmy Wllkerson.Doug
Expired registration or James Glidden, J.B. Ad.1ms. Allen, Stevie HartsfleldT Lane
Mace, a sophomore at Flag And Anthem "FL" number identifying the NK George McKay, Charles Ander. Crews, Jacky Taylor.Byron Hen.
son, Pansey Eldt James Crisp dry David Stone, Danny Hall,and
Naples High School was given ,
boat NEA )
must be sent when ( Telephoto
the chemistry award at Mon- OTTAWA Canada (AP>- registering Chuck Carpenter, and Cecil)How. Charles Heath, Danny received a

day's high school honors as- Prime Minister Lester B. Pear. by mall. BACK FROM VIET NA Returning to his home in Atlanta after a year's duty in Viet ell.If bear badge: also, and Billy Stew..
son formally placed before the Registration for boats less Nam, George Murphy tees his 11-month-old son, Thomas, for the first time. The Mur- you passed the elementary art received his bobcat pin.
sembly.The House of Commons today pro. than 12 foot cost $1.50| boats phys have three otlK* children. School at 6 o'clockSaturday mornlng > Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howell
News on Tuesday Incor- posals to change Canada's flag 12 to 16 feet, $5.50 boats 16 you would have seen Mr. spent the weekend In Avon Park

rectly reported the winner'snallle and national anfVem. He has to 26 feet cost $10.50; for craft Thomas' 6th grade class leaveon with Mr. andMra. Frank Farrell.

as "Jim Mason." Mace staked the life of his Liberal 26 to 40 feet, tags cost $30. their end-of-the-year party. Rev. and Mrs. Raford Rewis

won the chemistry honor des- government on approval of the SO; for boats 40 to 65 feet, McNamara Less OptimisticOn rTT1i Mr. Thomas, the class, family of Alva and Mr. and Mrs. Henry

pite having to compete against changes. it's 50.50) for craft 65 feetto t and friends, visited Miami Sea. ,.Howell, attended the revival at the
juniors and seniors taking the Pearson proposed a flat com 110 quarlum, rode the monorail at the Church of God of Prophesy Sunday .
subject. posed of three red maple leaveson feet. It's $60.50. anti r seaquarlum, ate a picnic lunch night In Immokalee.
a white background with a 110 feet or more $75.50. Viet Nam Time Table q at Crandon Park and visited the

vertical \blue band on each end. Crandon Park Zoo.

Monopoly Rap Ha also be proposed the national that "an.0Canada" Johnson Briefs WASHINGTON (AP) The time has avoided any direct Everything to was just and wonderful child. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moody are

Sounded Against them and that (the present anthem government Is unlikely to admitIt answer to reporters' questions according Parents parents Rev. the proud parents of a baby girl
ren. going were
but It seems apparent the about whether the 1965 objective born May: 21. She has been named
"God Save the Queen" be plan to wind up the major part still and Mrs. L.E. Dan@laf) Mr. an ,Laura Lee and she weighed 6
Cinci Newspapers recognized as fit royal anthem COP Senators On holds, .. Mrs. Curtis Massey,Mrand:/ Mrs
In Canada. of the tf.S. military effort 'th Some officials 'contend there .pounds,,and.<, 6'/j' punres at birth.
WASHINGTON LAP) -*.> The Pearson's South ,Viet Hall by the end of never''was' a''. flat 'commitment Charte*Anderson-Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Loul&PappalardoofNew
motions to the
Jusll> Department charged in !House specifically would au- Southeast Asia 1965 has quietly withered away. to pull out the bulk of VJS. mil. Garrett R.E. Shockley Mesdames, Mr.and Billy Mrs.Crisp W.D. Rochelle, N.Y., visiting: her

an antitrust Milt tally that con. thorl/e the to take When officials are remindedof Itary men by the end of next daughter and son-In.law, Mr. and
trot of both dilly flewspalrra i| In government WASHINGTON (AP) President that plan, announced last Jack Whlsnant, Bobby Roberts Mrs. Jim Moody.
the necessary steps to establish Johnson has a Jack Johnson Frank Warrlner
Cliulmutl Ohio, liy the E:. W. the flag and the anthems given Rlpubollean October, they replyj "But there year.They say It was an objective Merle Seals 8B class of Immokaloe Jr High
Orville Whidden
Scripps Cn. tends to create on senators: a special briefingon have been two coups In Saigon predicated on the ability of the school I held their 64 class I partyat
conditions In Southeast Asia. since then." Keith Popejoy, Billy Roberts : BillPrice
illegal monopoly South Vietnamese to stand on the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A SpokPMII.III Kill) tlllg Is Hip seeks to requlreiScripps, publisher They were summoned to the What they mean Is that the their own feet and to control Tony Simpson and Zackle Thursday evening. They
of the Evening Post and White House Tuesday: after Senate Saoon er.
first time thin d"I'al'llI..nt over effort against the Communist mast of their country, and on roasted wieners and enjoyed
hiii to faire Tlmeslir, to get rid of Its In. Kepublican leader Everett Insurgents has been set back swimming. Mr. Fowler class
nought n by ,
iiPWHpipprto terest In the political stability In Viet Nam. el ',,,a PTA INSTALLATIONMrs.
city's M. Dlrksen of Illinois
divest Itself of l'IIIIII'1111I1 in. the morningnewspiper said in a confusion and disorganization These officials also note that -- _. --- Sid Brown was Installedas sponsor, Mrs. Sarah Jones, Mrs.
jttther.. newhp.iM| Enquirer. statement that "Indecision is stemming from two changes in the statement setting the 1965 president of the Immokalee Price, and Mrs. Swindle helped
civil dribbling away both American the South BRIEF RESPITE Tieless, with the Students .
J The wilt, riled In U.S. Vietnamese govern target date specified that some Parent Teachers association for party. attendIng
Dihtrlct Cuuit In Cliidiiintl, Everyone Reads NEWS lives and American prestige" In ment. These were the overthrowof VJS. trainers probably would straw hatted Henry Cabot the 1964.65 season Thursday were I Helen Renfro, Carol
the area. the Diem regime by a mil. '> Lodge, ambassador to embattled Shellabdrger Virginia Sutan
have to stay on beyond that' evening when the P.T.A. met In ,
The session was held amid Itary junta In November and South Viet Nam, visitsa Marilyn ShearerDora McIntyre,
the auditorium. Other officers
persistent reports that the John the overthrow of the junta by time.That statement was Issued by small town outside Saigon Installed Vice Dale Swindle Patty Ezelle, Ronnl .
OhJraHf werel president,
JJJ son administration Is In the pro. another military group In Jan. the White House on Oct. 2 after during a brief respite from Mrs. Louise Black; secretary, Combs, Steve Price, Dale
cess of making new decisions on pressing duties and echoesof demon
uary. Jessie Ayala Cecil
McNamara and Gen MaxwellD. Mrs. Frank Warriner; and Bill ,
U.s. policy moves in Southeast The belief Is that the 15,500 Taylor, chairman of the the political primaries, Newsome as treasurer. Frank Ilowell, Rusty Smith, David Driver

SPECIAL PURCHASE Asia.A U.S. military men In South Viet Joint Chiefs of Staff, reportedto in which: he figures back Warriner, high school principal Glen Cook, Randy Jones,
Whit House statement said Nam will not be reduced appre. President John F. Kennedyon home. was Installing officer Bobble Purvis, Howard Skinner,
the talk covered the "current clably, If at all, this and Kenny House Kyle Popejoy
MORGAN year, an on-the-spot check. Rev. Daniels of First Baptist: ,
JONES situations In South Viet Nam, perhaps not to any great extent Wayne Wells Dean Welch Sam)
McNamara and Taylor had Including a major Increase In Church gave: the devotional, af. ,
Cambodia and Laos. No fur.
next year. gone to Saigon at that time to the size of the Vleoames regu ter which there was a musical Wayne Wells, Dean Welch, Sam
her details were disclosed. New plans to double the num. assess possible damage to the lar and para.mllltary forces. program directed by Horace Ma. Sutton, Terry Rutherford, and
BED SPREADS Called to the White )House ber of Vietnamese pilots and to antUCommunlst cause growing Lithe was heart of the end.oM96S Peggy Rodes.

along with Dlrksen were the assistant boost the Vietnamese ground out of repression of the target alter that. Miss Janice Glidden, bride-

Republican leader, forces by some 50,000 men will Buddhists by the regime of The subject was raised at an NEA Executive elect of Blount Hall, was honored .
Thomas II. Kuchel of California
entail Increased U.S. training with a miscellaneous shower
President Ngo Dlnh Diem. April news conference, and
5.00 Leverett Saltonstall of Massachusetts responsibilities that will carry The White House statementsaid McNamara said: "I don't wantto Guest Speaker At at the Lions Den Monday night.
Milton R. Young of over at least Into 1965. In predict what the totals of The color scheme of pink and
part: (
North Dakota, J. Glenn Beall of Some U.S. advisers will return "Secretary: McNamara and American servicemen In Viet Teachers' MeetingMore white was carried out In the dec.

8.95 Value Marjhnd, Bourke B. Milken. home as their tasks are fin Gen. Taylor reported their judg. Nam) will be at the end of this orations. Hostesses were Joann
Roper of Iowa, George D. Alken tshed-MS the Vietnamese get the ment that the major part of the year or at the end of 1965." than 70 educators from Heath, Betty House, and Diane
Twin Double o( Vermont Frank Carlson of hang of doing certain things for United States military task can Collier County last night heard Heath. Games were played and
Kansas and John J. Williams of
themselves. be completed by the end of 1965 BraulioAlonzo of T.mpamem prizes won by Betty Anderson,

White Gold Green Blue Delaware.The)' are. the ranking Republicans ..Secretary McNjnura of says Defense repeatedlyit RobertS. although there may be a con. S. Viet Premier ber of the executive board oldie and Mrs. Wayne Glldden.

tlnulng requirement for a limit National Educational Association
Pink Beige on the Senate Armed will be A long, hard struggle
ed number of United States Promises Will
Services, Foreign Rel.itlons and before the Communists a re over. describe the needs of the

Limited QuantityBoys' Appropriations committees.MAN come in Viet Nam, training At the personnel. 'Liberate North'TU educational system of Bolivia of NOT ELEVATED
same time, It was an.
The latest Indication that the nounced that which he has recently made a PHILADELPHIA (AP) The
OF ACTION endof 1901! target date has>een 1,000 American DUC, South Viet Nam study. Energy Elevator Co of Philadelphia

Short Sleeve OMAHA (AP) T tf110 shelved manic Tuesday after MeNanura drawn military by the men end would of 1963.be with. (AJ>>-Premler Nguyen Khanh The occasion was the annual U in a one-story build-

give Omaha Auto Bureau Chief testified In secret be This was done declared today his forces will dinner meeting of the Class ing.
even though
Warren Fleming "rubber fore the Senate "liberate the north" after the
cheik" Armed Services
SPORT SHIRTS a military junta unhorsed DiemIn Communists are driven out of room Teachers' Association
find he's got a fast answer Committee the meantime, and the Com. South Viet Nam held in the cafetorlum of the

Fleming hunt the offender yen Richard B. Russell, D munlsts capitalized on the tur.1 Khanh told 800 Shadowlawn School.

144 do"n, pull. out pliart and screwdner Ga., the committee chairman, moll. military officers at Tu graduating Due Mil. lie explained that the NEAIs .. .. .- _

and says: "("ash or your said McNamara "was not as op President Johnson sent Me. Itary College that "the of trying to develop a new concept .
plates" tlmlxtu on his timetable as he Namara and Taylor back to Sal our men ot In .,. .
had been generation are determinedto democracy Bojlvla
"'It's/ pretty effective" he before. Ion Just before Christmas Re. carry out fully their historic whose is '
Values to 2.98 a''I. Ailualh McNamau for some turning the defense friendship conser-
secretary mission push back the Com. ed vital to the democratic wprld

Broken Sizes ', $''': '\ '1'" ':i:: ::::>,.Y>. <:<,<" said he had: reviewed Vletna. munlst Invasion of South VietNam because of Its strategically 11.rnrr
6 '
to 18Men's $;<:i< ,"' ,(. ,.:.. ',..,: mean and American plans for liberate the north, unify
< placed airport. Since 1832
operations In 1964. "We have
r" Arthritis Medical Super*I Uioit the country and bring freedomand
White CottonHANDKERCHIEFS every reason to believe they will happiness: to the entire the country has had 208 dif
Bursitis Short ITT ItiathermyNeuritis be successful," McNamara people ferent governments. '

b. Litre Sound stated "Together we shall drive out Approximately 85 per cent ii--

Overweight Mot I'.rkiMiuife But he Ignored a question the lackeys of Red Chinese 1m. of Its population has never attended
: about the 1965 target and there Kitchen
perlallsm who are Invading school. Teachers in the
Sciatica Traction was speculation the October South Viet Nam after having rural schools have had the equivalent

Medea Soeal.brt plan had been ditched. Imposed the Yoke of party ruleon of a third grade educa- Cabinet
12 for 1.00Satin In January', Mcltamara ap. the whole territory of North tion In terms of the American
geared before a House commit. Viet Nam," he said. Estimates
G'OH4II /l tee behind closed doors A cen. educational system he said

Border D sored version of his testimony Robert Martel is the newly
put him on record as say Ing the '2 From Naples elected president of the Class Remodel Now!
s Unit States still hopes to with. room Teachers association NO OBLIGATION

ON SALE THURS. 9 A.M. II draw most of its troops from To Attend Meet Miss BernadlneCoss.vlcepre\ COMPLETEFINANCING

: Viet Nam by the end of 1963. sident; Gerald Lanham. secretary -

SHOP THURS. and FRI. Within a couple of days of Me.Namara' Of Presbytery Mrs. Helen Wilson,treasurer

testimony, a second Rev. John W. Stump pastor ] and Bill Godley parliamentarian. Call This Number

Closed Sat. Memorial Day : Your Health Resort 10 mil. ]coup am. was Maj.) staged Gen. In South Viet of the First Presbyterian Mrs. MImi Watson MI 23441BEACH

North Nguyen Khanh Church of Naples and SpencerB. 1s the retiring( president.
on 41j power and became tile
Saigon government's Allendorf, representing the Dinner nuslc was furnished
CompleteVibra strong board of elders of the church by Miss Lanl Weston soloist,

'I' <'. man.Again the Communists struck, will attend a meeting of the accompanied George Booker,

1 Mineral Springs Bath and In March an alarmed John Presbytery South tomorrow In Lake Park School music super CABINETS

.on administration sent McNa. Miami. visor and by Anita BoqvUt

Sauna Steam Room > .mara back to Saigon to tee Presbytery South Includes Terry, Ronnie and Mike klc-

:: Scientific Massage what needed to be >me. churches of the denomination Cune, student musicians. Mrs. MILLWORK

766 Fifth Avenue, South Naples, Fla. w It was this MUch trip that in the extreme southern portion Betty Hathaway was In charge ] 979
I. :led to a big 4 let AT*. N.
j UJ;. aid. of the state. of arrangements for the musk. !


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Wedaeeday. May IT, 1554 POWER COUNTY NEWS 3EvorgIadiVJj

frLWafe::; : I j14Jit4 I + .tI ;r.:.J..r; ." r f I", ;. ,. I:

; -ro ...,., By Juanlts ;. .. .t v )

The annual' Everglade School French, Linda Garrett Janice
award banquet was held In the Hamilton, Ilona Patrick, Judy
detB gymtorlum Friday night 1 with an Ballard David Barton, Rolaln
f ., esltnultM 300ln all.ndoU\c..H.m. DIme, Curtis Stoke, Anne
)' JANE MARTIN lea I and coffee war furnlahmt by Brown end Kathryn 61aughjr.
Ihn PTA with vegetablefjbroadand Horn Economic Certificate;
.. ''W.. dessert t brought by in* f' m.llis went to Linda OgttMt Ann Dan

Graduation, single, Is excitement enough for most attending. Immediately fol. fats, Glenn Duller, IHan Thow
lowing the banquet, awards were pain, Planet 6tllll.*,"..llIrynlll.lI.
families, but there are some who are gearing their plansto
presented to Mutlvnla doing mil. ghter Ritlaln Dwniere, Darlene'
take in graduations, plural. standing work In particular field Thompaon, anti Iris TOokl. Drentia
On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Danser will be t $ f this school year, McDowell received Ihtll1e.1Crlaoeo
Kathryn Slaughter,newly elect Award for Mont Oitatamllng
in St. Petersburg for the first of three such events on *d president of the 1904 '05 Student In Home Ecomunlc'

their schedule. After Doug Jr.'s graduation from Admiral Minion' Council and Gary Gar. 411 Club award were precvnU
r.tt, newly elected Itwta Club lit Norman Brown, rvlnSlnk**,
Farragut they return to Naples until time to to Miamito
go prenIJtMit, were choiwn by a five Kenneth Drown soul Clyde Sullen.
see Duane Danser receive her diploma from the University member faculty cmmnlttM to Deity Ann Dyrd received an

of Miami. Next fall Doug enters Stetson University altpinl the HurtiU Youth Work. award for Engllah coinmunlcallon

._..1 1"L__ d ._. I.A" IA __...... ... shop In Oaineevlite for toe. week and special recognition for her
allY vane not accepts a position icaniiiiy' in i iwmcai' '''au, "I ANDS AND HEARTS INSERVICE" the this summer ability In poetry. Th* entire .op.homor .
Fla Honor Hull rvrtlflcuUa were class was recognUiMl'
theme of the Pilot Club Installation held Fridayat Carnegie GrantAnnounced presented to five students who enthuilaam In English romnumU
later in June all the Dansers travel to Williamsburg News From
the Beach Club Hotel Sandy Hackney, shown did nut make twlow a D aver. Cation.
Va., to see Mrs. Danser's son, William Lutringer, graduate holding the Pilot Club yearbook was re-installed By age during lh,. ttntlr year, Such Unit Garrett Wit the recipientof

from William and Mary. William will continue his edu- as president of the organization. Seated from New CollegeA honors went to Virginia Ingram, a mull Inward certificate for
BethuneCommencement Gary CarrI'tI,Ann. Drown,Vlcay American lllatory D.nd EniU'1I
ttation at Cornell Law School. Pat Lutringer has an exciting left, Laura Oehmig tieasurer Jrri Jprabek' first Johnnon and ,
AlttnTMunpenTwoof and Student Council.
\ job as a hostess at the Florida exhibit at the World's exercises vice president ; Mrs. Hackney ; Edna Hell, second grant Corporation of $1,500 from of New theCarnrgte these aitulimta Just missed a Triple award certificates went
will be held tonight at eight vice president and Harriette K.: Stewart, record. trulffhl "A" average to Gary Garrett for Civic, Ubrary .
Fair There will be plenty of opportunity for reunions York bas been made to New
o'clock at the Bethune School ing secretary. Standing, left, Frances Gilman, director Ct'11 French Cathy Small. Science and Engllah and Dar.
with Pat as the rest of the family Is to stay In New York Cafetorlum In Immokalee with ; Clarice Benson ; Christine (Hodges ; Thrlma College of Sarasota to provide wood Deity Ann Dyrd and Mike lens Thompson for Science, Geo.

for about a month. John Roan, administrative assistant (Hodges standing in for Eleanor: Goddard, corresponding a set of 2,500 slides on American nrown received mmnlwrahlp In gratihy and Horn Economic: ,
of the Collier secretary, and Edna Crib Santa Several Art. the National n"taClub.Acadvmlearhltlemcnt bottle. award certificate were
Little Kathy Collins will be on hand next Monday to Announcement of the
grant chancier and leltlt..ulllp prenented to CathySmollwixxl fur
Schools members of the local will
giving out diplomas to organization attendthe
see her sister Barbara graduate from the Naples High was made by President George are dotvrmlnlng factor Engllah and Student Council, Vir.

School. Then the girls and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. graduates Principal address will beglv- York convention in June. of Pilot International in New F. Daughman who said that the for nmmlwralilp' In thli rlub.NliM'totm glnla Ann Itlndy for Engllnh R*.
(McGrath photo) Slide collection documents the rtulmiU out of a tu. search and Btmlunt Council, Vir.
Collins, go to Saratoga Springs, N. Y., where Carolinehas en by Booker T. Washington cultural, social, economic Intellectual dun body\ iif 237 had a perfect glnla Ingram fur World I irimtory

finished her studies at Skidmore College. principal of the Moore Haven WILsonl; reporte r,Joseph Wai- sincere as Rev. Nichols again and !political historyof attendance fur this ytar Marl. and Civic, Ann Brown for
school. Rev.G I!be rt Stallworth den. lyn Weeks. an Uhlh grader had American history amid Engllah,
Next Mrs. Collins will see the family settled in preached from his soul on the the United Seta -
will offer the Invocation which for for ..
a special recognition nut Vliky Johnson American ill
evils of life. He stressed the The collection called
Chatham, Mass., before she is off to open three new Lilly will be followed by music sup- BACCALAUREATE of special United mlaNlng a day of achtMil fur three Tory and EnglUh: George ingrain
Importance being considerate ) "The Arts of the
Shops. They are to be in Southhampton, L. I.; Newport, plied by the school band. Pre Rev. Nichols, pastor of First of others and as older (people States," was brought togetherby consecutive yvarA left DavliU for Science and Geography> end
limo, a fourth grader, hail not Iris Todd for Music Educatlmand
sentation of awards and scholarships -
R. I.; and Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard.Mrs. Baptist Church,Inmiokalee,and we must be ever remindful that a special committee ofacho* missed. a day for two conwcu. !Horn Economic: American
will be made
Harry Wootton returned Sunday from 10 daysin Baccalaureate by E.G. Jerusalem Baptist,Fort Myers many things we used to do, w* lars under the direction of Dr, live yoira. The 17 others were History award were pra/nH( Brigham Utah where she visiter her two grand. Williams. delivered the address to the can't do anymore,otherwise we Lamar Dodd Chairman. Department Kit Johnson, Mike Potter tad Alton Thompion, Anne 1>1II\a
City, cises at the Bethune School 1964
we re graduates on Sunday, May would. Communion was admin of Art at the University Hi>t.l>l le KudlnaiMi of the nut lets and" Horn. Economic!: Amer.
children and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Berrall. held last Sunday. 24, at 3 p.m. In the school istered. After service, member of Georgia,and working under grailitj, Gtirdon "I'Mtur, Jimmy lean lllatory award were pre.

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Punches stayed with Mr. cafetorlum. He spoke on the Journeyed across the street a .speclalCarnrgteCorporation Thompaon, Curtla Weeks amid Hiy whoa) to Alton Thimipaon, Ann
RECREATION DRIVE general theme"The Importanceof Barrows of the ancond grada; Daniel and WMIIaii Murphy.Bufcly .
Allen Church
Wootton while Mrs. Wootton Now that theyare to Chapel A.M.E. rallt.worktnf.
was g >
away. The Initial effort of the Flamingo Morris and DUn McKln.
Education" Cindy
an and admonished Pal I nil Certificates went
where listened the soul- Dodd
they to with were
back in their apartment in the Canterbury Court, the Mens' Club toward a recreation the graduates toforeverhold filling of Rev. and Mrs. rom soine of the outstanding hey of Dm third grate; Charlie to 6heraid Datilvla, Stacey 1"m.r. '-.
Punches are getting ready to leave for a two month center for children of God In highest esteem In all Feign of songs Arcadia.Legion universities HII1U, and James Townsend, of ., Ann Brown and! \BruceWilliam.
colleges th* 41 h gruilif Pal McKlmwjrof .
the Immokalee their .
Canada and their former community netted endeavors
holiday in Toronto, Ontario, and of
over $600. museums art galleries the fifth grade) Adores Thllln. Sh" |i certificates went lo Tom.
home in Toledo, Ohio. SURPRISE SHOWERS the United Stares Included in peon, Hilly Potter, and IxmiileTownaeiul my and Danny Mitchell, Rimnl

Mr. and Mrs. William Maguire, of Locust Valley, L. I., The club wishes to express Saturday evening proved to Group the group was Professor h Hugh of the sixth gradiij; Drown, David Harlmi Jack Do
thanks to everyone who participated Sinclair Morris,Professor Mike Mdnlyr of (he aevwnlh via, John Ingram, Gene French' |
frequent visitors at the Beach Club a few days be a surprise day for newly-
spent '
and especially to the Art at Dartmouth College, who grade, ami Kliky Colllna, of the and Chris llanrmk.
here and on Sanibel Island this week. They will be five contestants for the follow- wed Mr. and Mrs.KermltCam- Names WinnersIn maintains a residence in Sara ninth grads (Hand award MM) certificate
and candle time for
bridge Mrs. Jan Maxwell
war recognlMdfor
were preaenled lo Jeff Uavldjion
back later in the
donations sots.
again summer ing
Willie Mae Doth work In bouk.keeping .
Stephens. oulKtandlng Sarah Pallon', Not man Drown,
Mr. and Mrs. James Perkins (Rhoda Burton) announce Miss Dorothy Hooks, "Miss were surprised to know that they Poppy Drive Pulling a fronted cak In the | kIp He*, Lonnl TowiiMind lId

the birth of a son, Craig Lyle, on May 22nd. The baby's Flamingo 64", $270 Mrs. were keeping secrets from one freererT Slot. it unwtapped unlitfroettna Certificates for typing aMllly Jennifer MiCrea of the Dgllining .

grandparents are Capt. and Mrs. W. A. Burton of Naples, Althea Wright,runne r"lip,$131; another Many beautiful gifts Mrs. Ethel Fager brought In isle! than wrap and put were iireamilml to Angle llaiucMk Hand, (Unity drown Uuaiw
Mrs. Dorothy Wilson third were received by both. Those the largest collection among the back In th< fleeter: again. Alton Thompaon, Adores McMlllln, Adores| TtiiNnpaon and
and Mr and Mrs. Arthur E. Perkins of Woodruff, Wise place, $1091| Mrs. Elizabeth attending we ret Mr. and Mrs. senior solicitors for the American Hamilton, Virginia Ingram. Gen Hilly potter of the Junior Ham,

The new baby's aunt, Gail Burton, is presently doing Chambers, fourth place $52; Mills of Winter Haven; Mr. and Legion Auxiliary In Its ( ml) Alan tfiallwniil. and Judy

hospital work in Columbus, Ohio. Later in the summer Mrs. Luella N. Lee,fifth place Mrs. Herbert Cambridge of annual poppy drive and was Ballard Spelling of the certificates High Sihm4 went Da/ul.In

Gail will join her parents In New York. $50.Other Fort Myers; Merle Cambridgeof named senior queen. Unle Pal; Davla *tluxi| ('hllDl.I'1Ifor'
Boca Grande Mrs. Annie Janet Nebus was named the
; 1004 Adores
efforts are In the making Tliomion| ,runner
OFF FOR NEW YORK by the club to continue to Parker; Mrs. Merdls Sampson Junior queen with Tina Marie up' and C.rulliu. UliiJy, Ziul run.
; Mrs. Willie Mae Harper; Ferrln as first princess and ner.up. '
raise funds for the recreation
Miss Margaret Gilfillan leaves ,tomorrow for two Your continued cooperation ,Min,and Mrs Charlie Morris; .Patricia Stoner second prin Student fJhrirlah terlinr l.*

weeks in New York before going to Columbus, Ohio, and program. will begreatly appre Miss Mamie MirtlnjMUs AddleV. cess. went to Undu Mitchell and Gary

then Harbor Springs, Mich., for the summer. Mrs. James' elated Bowles;-Mr.and Mrs.Willie Arthur Young Tommy Wynn collec- Garrett Cheerleader awirila were pre.miled .
L. Cochrun Jr. and Linda will her. have McKinney; Mrs Mae ted more than any senior or
accompany They Officers of the club ant Crosby. Mrs. Luella N. Lee, lo lUMl bdei, Judy Hal.
plans for plays, sight-seeing, and when Mrs. Harry G. President Will Slmpklnsj Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Williams Junior Second member and was the named boys lard Angle IliinciMk, Ibmda Oar.
king among riot and liars Palilik,
Fitzgerald and Shannon join them from Cleveland next vice( president, W/. Drown; hostess. was Plllle Stoner whowas nam- Student Council *

week they will do the Fair secretary, Welton C. Cheese- ed first prince and Teddy went to the officer fur 1063

Mrs. Cochrun and Linda return in about 10 days.In borough; treasurer, James "SHOW KINDNESS"Evening Stevenson, second prince Each Junior JlIIU.rd,Calh)'Snrallwand,
Lewis business services at First
; manager.Riley winner received t gift from the Linda Garrett arid Virginia Ann
the meantime, Mr. Cochrun will entertain Jimmy and Ware; chaplain. Rev. Herman Baptist were high-spirited and auxiliary.The Klndy,

three classmates from West Virginia Wesleyan.Mr. Senior honored hy 'p.clal:
cost ol making ate pop awards were| Betty Ann Byrd
and Mrs. William G. Tracy are taking over Miss pies and part of the profit U receiving line Daughter of Amer.

Gilfillan's house while their own on Galleon Drive is sent to the Veteran's hospitalthat (lean Rcvolullon certificate, pin

being remodelled. On Sunday, Mrs. Tracy, with young made the poppies, while ndtS.OO therk; Junior Ballard
Bill and Katie leaves for weeks part of the profit ls kept in and Virginia Ann lUivly who re
two in Birmingham, calved lire'" Ditnforth award widen
the Napier area and can be used -
Mich. When they return, Gregg and Chris will be with only In giving aid to a ve- I I. baaed UM 1I I phyicil mei.tj,
them. The attend Cranbrook School in Bloomfield lilrltuiil end IfH Sal uitilnrniriila
boys teran's family. ---
Marl Weok .
was named Balu.talurUn.
CONSTRUCTION has begun the $12,000 edu-
Hills Mich. on .
Virginia" Ann
Other senior members assisting was
catlonal building for the Everglades: Baptist ate' namiKl Vale.llct'
rlaii amid
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Thompson left on Sundayfor >
In the poppydlstritxutonwere
Chapel. Pictured above is Reverend Eric: Weldon, received the tllUwinfilp award.
their home in Kennett Square, Pa. Later this summer Mrs. Wilbur Stoner, Jr., pastor (far right), conferring with L. D. lies,

they will spend several weeks motoring through the chairman, Mrs. Ethel Echols, contractor and builder (middle), and Mr. Stout .
Mire Mrs. Martha
Canadian Rockies. Wynn Nebus (left), Approximate date for completion of building .
Stenson Jean
Mrs. Ivy fa
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Jeffris also left Sunday. They Mrs Dottle Merrill, and Mrs. I is August 1st 1 J

will be in Winnetka, III., for the summer. r va rh U Hernandez.
w, rlI.auto
Mr. and Mrs. James Bell, Rum Row, agree with Saturday noon during the solicitation )

those who love Naples in the summer. They are taking lunch was served In Ship'n Shore
amfcler Park to the workersby
advantage of the weather and spending much time on Mrs. Ruby Rlrier and Mrs.

their boat. Two weeks ago they cruised to Jensen Beachto Harlene Chesser. cool

join a boat-a-cade back to Fort Myers. Then last week Other Junior members on the. streak
drive weret Deltle: Rifer, A wise
they went to Dry Tortugas with Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Jo Cadenhead Sandra
Howard aboard the Howard's boat.A it Chesser, Timmy and Jerry of a investment

LITTLE GIRL GETS MARRIED Wynn Alan and Susan Stoner, t knitshirt in child's
MUd Lange, Diane and Donna your
Twelve years ago through the Foster Parents' Association Fltzek, Shelly McMillan, and future

Mrs. Jane Elsberg chose a little girl in Italy to Janice and Eunice Ectiols. jG

sponsor. Now that little girl is to be married in Mount. ? t 1 a

albano lonica, Italy, and Mrs. Elsberg will be there for J 4i' 3.00

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": Washington Correspondent

Congratulations Winners Thank You, LosersAs ;:' :;,> ,: { Newspaper Enterprise Assn.

.A WASHINGTON-(NEAV-There'i a lesson 'In the 11 years

Is our custom, we extend congratulations opportunity, deserves the appreciation of HOSPITAL I, it took men to discover the 40 Russian micro

to winners in: yesterday's primary his fellow citizens. Unless there are two phones hiddencInithe American embassy in Moscow
; MEDICAL ;ii c cK ca : could have been prevented electronic
election and offer our sincere or more candidates willing to offer their ,t: This security But failure we didn't have the detection equipment:

thanks to those candidates who did not services to the people in each race, then 1006 IN ,;'it"; ... engiThesvalue of billions of the $-160 billion spent for

win. our Democratic process and much cherished ,.;I'C"'fi.:\01' ; national defense since 1952 could have been compromised .
t1f.. for lack of $500,000 more a year for research and
We still think any citizen who offersto ( "freedom of choice" becomes ; !. development on countcrintclllgence and security deIces -

serve his community for the small Impotent and without value. } > -Including electronic gadgets for detecting hidden

pay Involved, and spends freely of his That's why we feel losers deserve I 1 microphones In U.S. embassies all over the world.

time and money in campaigning for the more credit than they sometimes get. I :.rr" These funds could have been diverted obsolescent from the overproduction -
\ I of some types! of quickly weapons.

: TilE SOVIET UNION HAS NOT MADE that mistake It

. Now, About Those GOP BallotsJust has pushed hard the past 11 years on developing intelligence
and difficult to detect
1 I sensing devices far more sophisticated
to keep the record straight andto machines In than those discovered in the Moscow embassy.
are use. q. It Is believed here for example that the Russians hate
halt any rumors that a "plot" was Due to the short time remaining be- : Yh developed a thin Invisible coating which can be put on

afoot, The NEWS printing division DID fore ballot boxes for the various pra- window panes. These windows and this coating would

make a minor error on the Republican clncts had to be made ready for delivery, vibrate, picking up the sounds of voices in a the room. Wllh(
a radar stationed on a nearby building, Russians
ballots that had to be rushed throughthe The News printing division shifted into I I.C could pick up the conversations it

shop In order to be ready for yesterday's high gear. The new ballots had to be The Russians also :are said to have devices they could place
41',, 1 t r l lT.rL Inside water and steam pipes. Because these would be pro
numbered for each
primary.This correctly
be almost
tected by the surrounding pipe, they'd impossibleto
writer accepts full blame for the cinct, allowed to dry long enough to be detect.

error. It was an honest mistake unintentional trimmed without smearing, wrapped in COMPETENT ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS familiar with

and without malice. Local of- separate packages for each precinct involved defense problems have suggested in private Interviews a

ficials had absolutely nothing to do with and readied for delivery. The number of devices that could be used to detect or counter

the did local Democratic of had Russian microphones hidden in walls. They include:
error nor Supervisor Registration personnel
Sophisticated ultrasonic gadgets which would detect
officials. standing by to prepare the ballot boxeson u .{ I patterns in the structure of the walls in which the micro.

Here, Just for the record, is how the Saturday, which is a normal holiday phones are hidden. Engineers say they detect "discontinuities"

ballot occurred. for That is. in this case such instruments presumablycould
error county employees.In have discovered the 10-inch holes the Russians had inserted .

After GOP paper ballots were printedfor the rush to get the job done on .. ... .. between the microphones and the wall surfaces.
absentees and still the =:: ::::: = : == \.;:i: ;;.:.?: I For about $50 estimate small vibrators
county precincts time ballot form was again retrieved ... ... ., ..? ... a room engineers
could be installed in the walls of every office in an em.
not using voting machines, the type for (fortunately, no one had found time to I bassy. These small vibrators could send counter waves

both the GOP and Democrat ballots was dismantle It) and put on the press. The : InWashington through the walls, garble whatever sounds hidden micro.
laid aside, ready to be dismantled, or pressman did not notice the two namesin WA5'HN.ctJOtfA''O' > Today phones picked up.

"thrown In" as we say In printing circles, boldface. He worked overtime Friday US'MAllaUS INES SJ' THE STATE DEPARTMENT HAS STARTED to rectify its

as soon as time permitted. There was no night and came In early Saturday morn- By The problems.Two .
C.WH)9NH' .O. and a half\ months it installed able energetic G
By ago
that the would be used
thought type Ing to trim and wrap the ballots. They ASSOCIATEDPRESS Martin Gentile, fresh from 11 years at the Central Intelligence :

again. were ready for delivery shortly after In final debates on the recently repllonally high Income On Agency, as deputy assistant secretary of state (or

Before the forms could be thrown In, 9 a.m. I palled income tax law, the final vote It was defeatedby security.It .
WASHINGTON AP) In the has been during his short tenure that the Moscow
however one local GOP faction in Personnel In the of there again cropped up a manifestation only three voles. (
came Supervisor Reg-
of what for want 01 news from Washington: microphones were discovered by brute force-by tearing
and ordered "sample" GOP ballots on istration's office put the packages of a better name can be termed Now what these legislatorswere DEBT LIMIT The House up the rooms.
"the bureaucratic race track trying to do Is help Ways and Means Committee has A review of and
which they wanted the names of two ballots, unopened, In the precinct boxes par security counterintelligence procedures
doctrine. ents educate their children. voiced swift approval of an administration has been started. The State Department probably will ask
of "their" candidates set In boldface type and sent them on their way. So It was e e e There were several things proposal to hike the for a step-up in security research, development and production

and a cross (X) printed in red beside also a surprise to them when the minor In .many tUtei It li a far wrong with this insofar. bureaucracy temporary debt limit from $315 funds.

them. Note, however, that all names error was discovered on Tuesday. for greaser a man crime to is* concerned.. billion Republican to $324 opponent billion and says a key he

were In 11 point type. And that, In full detail, Is how the admit he I Is a First of all, the bureaucrats plans no attempt to cut the Increase The
bookmakerthan would not be able to get their Best of Boyle
After the ballots were printed In error occurred In the printing of the to about hands on this money, and then on the house floor.

black, they were then sent to the offset GOP ballots. on he's the a streets com IiJ IiJtri return"piece"It after out of they It.had Secondly takena the Following committee's Tuesday's ranking Repub.Ilcan action I ., BY HAL BOYLENEW

presses to have the cross mark printedIn Of course, we regret the error was munist. It would not levy a tax on ev- Rep. John W. Byrnes of

red. '% The type form was again put made but, honestly, It Is to be seriously That's S. bet erybody the "handle"which and would thus build give thebureaucrats up made Wisconsin to cut said the no increase attempt In was the YORK (AP) Memory any real good had to taste \bad

aside to be torn down, since there apparently doubted that it had'any great effect on !. is aC4tbebets. > bigger sums to committee, and he plans none Is one thing In life that In. -and It usually was restored,
In dark '' ,
"" play ",1 *tInalead. this would creases value as you got brown.
was no reason to hold it ''the races Involved./ -ft .: book when the bill reaches the H6u.se .
any <* i Ie e r"'Cdf! -C. W.:II. 'd.r only IMp TftrenU straggllng'lo floor next-month. older Golf Und tennis were IMfn
longer. However, we would like to make leek do not B" through the put children through school. "We tried that on two occa. The more you have to remember carded as sissy games plated

The following day state GOP officials crystal clear that the error was an honestone track belting windows whore e slons without success,' Byrnes the richer you are, and largely by well.to.do people who
It also set a dangerous the live
the bureaucrats can set a precedent longer you the more weren't physically up to the
of one faction found fault with the was NOT deliberate was NOT piece of the handle," as the because by thin method said.The administration worthwhile things you have to wear and tear of body contact,,
ballots phrnnc ROCS, via a Ux before people would not only be permitted proposal rl'call-II you',( had lurk sports
printed for use with voting ma- part of a "dark plot" to favor one GOP the In returned la the( tn nl|>end their own money would establish the $324 billion at all. any
money I
chines. The Collier County Commission faction over the other. winning bettors In other fur their children's education level for a year starting July 1. You've had air share of most Hospitals were feared b:

decided also to print paper ballots for That's the truth, the whole truth, and grab words some, when of bureaucracy the money, gambling can I but without they governmental could also determine in- limit Without would new legislation drop July,I the to debt the nostalgia If you your can look back garded persons.as plates! They where were M re

Republicans In precincts where voting nothing but the truth. Is legwl. When bureau terfeientc what schools they permanent level of $285 billion. and remember when- went to die rather than to get
racy i II shut nut of the money, wished their children" to attend. STASSEN: Harold E. Stassen Spinach was the vegetable well.
gambling Imm"ruIn < eee has become the third Republl.can bane of childhood, because par Anybody who got his car up'
l S. Ironi tile bureaucratic standpoint to take advantage of Presl. ents said, "It's full of Iron- to more than CO miles an hour
thin would be most un- and Iron Is good for you." was considered a reckless dare
Fur Home time In certain dent Johnson's offer to give .
11" others say government circle there ha, demmrlc.! lor why should presidential candidates The dentist was pleased If riavllTeenagers.
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS )people determine these question brushed
you teeth
been agitation to set up a program briefings on the world situation. your at night screamed almostas
when llmuHitndtt of bu.rrauc'rats

In help higher education. need bigger Jobs Stassen termed helpful Tues. and morning. Even most rich loudly over the singing of a
eee day's session at which Under. people didn't bother to brush beanpole kid named Frank SI,

Now Ken. Abiuhum Kiblrnlf !In Hddition, such n mousuio, secretary of State George W. after every meal. natra as they do now over the
Conn? Rep. Clement Zaulockl, would keep| bureaucracy from Ball and Deputy Secretary of There was a difference between music of England's four hair
Wis., and Rep. John Ashbnxik, having H hand in higher education. Defense Cyrus R. Vance partici. masculine and feminine Beatles.
Ohio and others, sought to As evidenced by proposed paled realms of power. Mother was the People of 40 were thought Ptas '
have Included in the tax reduction cl.linen In the current go-railed CONSTRUCTION: The House expert on anything pertaining old but still employable.Only .
bill alaI( credit to parent civil rightf bill permitting bur has passed 340 to5al,599,014,. to the house, father was the un. the very wealthy wor
Rending children to college. reauciuti In withhold federal 500 appropriation bill to finance challenged authority on such rled about the Income tax The
.5. foods from states, how could military construction in the year matters as baseball, politicsand working man who got a full
While the various bills differ luienucrats control education
the tariff. felt
starting July 1. week's paid vacation a year
somewhat the Senate finally union could
they nay what One of the
Without secret diversions he was fortunate. And onlj! sick
amendment and by
voted on the Rlblcoff bill which shall be taught and by whom In
rollcall vote the house high school English classes people ever were put on diets
would have permitted a maxi- miens I hey iimtiol the funds. approvedthe
mum tax credit of $325 In a SeeThe bill Tuesday and sent it on was looking up the naughty Those were the days)
Ilj year, and Unallowed any credit whale Idea I Is a dastardly to the Senate.SHIPYARDS. words In the works of William Remember? ..
being taken by parents with ex- threat to bureaucracy. : Secretary of Shakespeare
r prs ((0 N.tlnflal YMrnnme ltld.p""Mfnl II..'..+M Defense Robert S. McNamara There was no greater thrill -. ,
has canceled Indefinitely plans getting to feed a carrot to
to visit today the naval one of the great gray horses
i; ..., tr1,tt.i::: \&: :<;;:.. ::::- '?}i Portsmouth yards at Charleston, Va. S.C., and that ment's pulled hook and the ladder fire depart wagon. GEMS OF THOUGHT I I"A

Aides cited a plle.up of workas .,.It you were .trusted to go out
the reason for the cancella. ".uo gnu neat tne dust from the
ARO.I3VT.J08 blackboard erasers all DUTY PERFORMED .
N 'I I I I : i A G Al. ERR .OVA tlon. vlous schoolmates, called your you en. Duty Is carrying on promptlyand

NON t T. MIACIt I "Teacher's petl") faithfully the attain now

DUGOUT 020NC Medicine,. if It was to do you before you.It'i -Goethe
r. T E MAS. USE 5
1. Burro 24. Sl'llie easy to forgive mistakes
\rllflcl.1 15. 1'lgpl'1I R 1 P t e T v R E. Iy A.W. MolUr, DVM :r but hard to forgive Inaction.

J language 26. Small M f. 0 1 A T t eo A people -Thomas D. Cabot

'.me,, dance': TAU T. TIT. C 0 L .

"Not a word, please, until Ralph tuna on the recorder. We suffragist 27 Land ANT At. rr E 8 V b A I, in the do Whatever, you can do It without is your harm duty to to
11 Fabricator measure R [ A t. T "
'Y R ARE R yourself.
art Immortalizing every remark made In our conversation pit." It Darn 29. Sheltered I' -Mary Baker EddyIt
S. new-
E t. Co 0 Y. T E R M :
march 31, Capl! 00.
/HMI" IN.f 15. Small bath S t E. H U E ADO S Is the greatest of all mistakes
eating BY to do nothing because you
33. Dis PRESS
can only do little
16.Clusters of BELGRADE CAP)
encumber r( Marshal -Sidney Smith
Horse Hair TimeNot wool fiber 34. Church 2.I.l'nllh lIo.crlnl& Rodlon Y. Mallnovsky, Soviet
17. Log. sitting l H. termite defense minister, arrived In Every duty which we omit.
all his peers agree with the coun- don good job. Bell had been combed iasern :s. Meadow( D)1V\() S.I'ubllculh lamp:: Belgrade today lor an official obscures some truth which we
tryman that this nation's complicated and brushed. But hairs came back and 18 Fabulous barlies 1. Egypt. \:1011: oIbbr, visit. He Is the first high Soviet should have known. Ruskin
troubles began when men substituted a' landed on clothes: ; a stray hair or two bird 36 Rotary region our 6. Eselltudte military official to visit Yugo. -John
mechanical contraption for t sleek Morgan got into one's mouth.It 19. Ion cutter dud 1 11abv lion slavia in nearly seven years. The consciousness of a duty
roader. Eight: miles an hour behind was horse hair Urn and a part of pl'luiolul 38. Itoilige 2. Glossy 8. Bib: performed gives us music it
living In those days when lift was less 21. Swarthy 39 Dusonsnt Fabric mountain NEW YORK (AP-Lt, Cmdr midnight .
1 good hors is fast enough for anyoneto 22. M. Scott Carpenter -ceorg( Herbert
hurried and more flavorful. Boston \mung 41. Fr riser 3. Breaks Y. UlrcydonIt : JI revisited his
fo through lift. Herald I'ursul' ,IIEDlARtS: Aurora 7 space capsule Tues.
There are those who car rememberthe r 1 day and had to tv> AV'P'M'-,
J 4 s i ( 6 90 1i. Xa tool I -- WAVItlalel] matt T'
horN hair time and who accepted 0 13: Check Q. Do mon", give thonu from a crowd of screaming
A View H solves o both? Mr.. Kenn.th youngsters by two
it as part ot iprlng. It was a Long /L IJ I i Darling Air Force
lad's talk to currycomb and brush the JO Slippery Scorch, Indianapolis, Indiana men.
hones but no matter how thoroughly W* got a warning some 2.600 year Ii I/T 11 The capsule is on disply at
ago about the danger on the freeways t Iuappars A. Abel monlcyt, i>cpl tee .Hitanthropoid the New York
h* did the lOON hairs 14. month World's Fair.
Job, cam floating Fall :
and the way drivers act, but it I' op." or. ofaU to.wt", but
back through the air as one drove along.It r /1 ; l// abbr. .
seems that we are slow to realize its In many sitepuntn.s.h.r.teyus.Alrlrq WASHINGTON: :
did not matter so much about Old 15 Serious (AP) Folk
importance or to take all the ..tep.nece..al7 I' Z() ZI Ass. South' Amities-lb.. Infer Joan Baz
Jerry and Old Charlie, the faithful farm to deal with it. 0: J6ln..hac tlr..nclloI..inl..edw..1h-. appearing
plugs. As a boy hauled dressing to the Tuesday night on the two-hour
It wai around 6SO B.C. or thereaboutsthat II ; Z, Zf way .r c,< field or picked stones into the battered 0 -9/ : Ji'oung Iish President pro.
the Nahum foresaw the .
prophet natural oncmlM' mole b. gram
inanity dedicated
atoncboat, h expected the one of
hairs and JIS. rerformL' her
situation described it ai belt he // / 15 '/ I' 11 20
and / sired to go nar water Incaphvify, songs to ''a
took them in stride.But could :lj :/h very living ember
a time long before incline
.urfl'r some monktyt around of the
on a Saturday evening when the motors and automobiles had been In. If JO ./ ,Z [ '! In tnoy| ploihing Mrs. very beautiful past _
wOl..Iould I
family the democrat was rolling alongto / 311loid.I on nosedr".einnayesrmenh.y Jacqueline Kennedy."
vented. this reach for
It doubt
you bath .. The
vnltts himi K ended
ii. ho song with
gels the
the shopping at the 1 property line. IBwas
do general store your Bible and turn to Nahum 3:4: for ; l. "Oh
!1 Dormouse: 'Into Mm gummy tvbilonc y.u cool my trlais. Lord, soon be
village, or on Sunday
in the morning this picture of Wist happens on our ...... over."
Jy 7 32. Flora and *any obsr.ey. Ht will uwolty
when the sisters were dressed in their streets and highways today: J d
finery and the family was on the way "The chariot shall rags In the /" launa do vrtlty good job of k..ping him. Soccer first played In
to church, young fcmsles bad pointed streets, they shall Juitl One against J, 4D 34 Splle3T .sell. plaid clean You con Nspla.) of WASHINGTON the (AP) -Ouot America on the Boston Com-
about a lad who did not OdolCl'4j the grooming job by regular brwihingHowever Berkley w. Bedell of
comments another I In the broad ways: they shall .., Spirit Lake moo after It was introducedby
brush BeJle tile Morgan mar. em like torches thr>.> |t"Tmr"likrM -- 0.l 0 38 Taste tf yore monkey does .noy| Inassman Iowa, "Small Bus. the British. It iJ sM to
A ro"'.* *.*..tI. tasty h"...r >. h.. >. 1I.l\Inln.T') '"* Off'Year"iiftai "Living on the have the largest following of

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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS May 27, 196'LJ U.S. Seeking ,-r.r;: Stock CompaniesGet


: it Irft Stenos, TypistsThe t'; OK To Use

=' Board of U.S. Civil Ser-

I Naples Bridge ), vice Examiners it the Veterans Lady'
:; ,iL Administration Hospital Coral < .. '..1'j j 'My Fair

: Gables, announces that applications i' : :

-. "___.__u___....__-- for an examinationfor the summer <* "MX Fair Lady"
Stenographer and Typist r live est of the
of the
mond-8 counting 3 points with Federal t and one be pert
positions at agenciesIn tA Eliza Doollttles will
SURE her Heart her 1.
-trumps support, the South Florida area will Jane Powell.
vulnerable West Is :
None total In Hearts go up to 13. be accepted from May 25 to ; The Lerner.Uw master.

dealer. With 2 quick tricks in part June 6. Applications mailed piece has been relesse'afor'

ner's Spade response Mathlas will not be accepted unless stock this year. ,
NORTH revalues his hand and his count postmarked on or before June number or summer musical "theaters -
T to
H-I ; Is now 18 In either Hearts or 5. 1964. All persons interes- will be offering -
D-J7.J In Sparest he chooses to makea ted In Federal employment In cash In on its Immense movie
C-.I It I IH beat the
Jump In the Heart suit and such positions In the South Flor y
--0 WUT J NNE.-.13 .it 111 Ruth carries to FOUR IIEARTS ida area are urged to file for version Come, due August In Jane poWell

-A K 0 10 i The Blackwood calls for Aces this examination. make her debut as Eliza

C-A"D-Q 10 4 I ccQIPSOUTH and continuing bidding Is rou- Applications will be accepted will and also Inaugurate the; latest R

tine. No matter what North from all persons regardlessof addition to a growing theater,in-

NilsDAKSSI leads up to West, the controlsIn race, color, sex, creed or industry: the must"!
Hearts and Spades rip apart national origin. the round.

C-KII the N-S defenses) the Mean Entrance level salaries are It started with last summer's

small slam Is cold. $3.880 a year for Stenographersand startling success of Maryland Concerts,

This Is Board 7 played at The odd pan about this boardIs $3,620 a year for Typists, near Disneyland. Now a season of

the NDDC on March 27 which that with two exceptions all although salaries up to $4,215a Inc.musicals, is putting at Santa on Monica Civic

was Master Point Night Of teams made 6-Heans,.. all except year for Stenographers and Auditorium; the Melodyland

eight teams In the B Section, the Bernards stopping at $3,880 for Typists may be authorized people are building a theater In

the Bernards were the only a Heart-game contract. The depending on the requirements San Carlos, south c< San Fran-
pair to arrive at Heart slam exceptions E-W Team 8 stop- of the position and Cisco and the San Fernando

Mathias was dealer playing at ped at 4-Spades and for some qualifications of the Individual Valley will have the Valley Music -

West with Ruth at East. The unknown reason makes only four For further details concern- Theater. Jane will play Eliza J

bidding proceeded as follows Spades as contracted This Is Ing proficiency certificates indicating In the latter two.' jL.N
those In
difficult to figure out because proof of performance In "These theaters and

Mathl.s. N E Ruth SIN there Is also a small slam In typing or stenography and for the East have become a boon
"... she remarked
Pan IS FINAL PERFORMANCE of the to us performers
... Spades even though South stantthe additional Information '
"... ." concern- sandwichthe .
'A ; club
.r d r over a
//NT Pan Lake Park Grade School's ;,
Pau ID lead with his Diamond- Ing this eximlnatloncontact productlor. 'IS .' could work
other day.lOW.
IH (All paw) King. E-W thus gets a zero fices as shown below of the abridged versionof Ann only In the summer and live

Is less If they had correctly playedthe Civil Service Informal ion Office Humprrdmck's opera, "Han. the rest of the year on the earn-
This bidding more or
Mathias with hand and made the six Spades Room 804, 51 SW 1 Ave- set and Gretrl" will b* given at Ings, If we wanted to."
routine. opens a they would have had an aver- nur, Miami 33130 OR 1:30: o'clock tomorrow afternoonIn Trouble Is, twlce.llvorced
In Ruth
17 count Means. at age In match points The slip- The Civil Service Informa- the rafetorium of the school Jane has three growing children
East has 12 In the
with the 6cardSpadesuit up on the part of this zero tion offices In the post offices It It being produced under the to care for, and they grow
Dla- .
or singleton E-W PaIr was exceptional; at Fort Myers, Stuart, West direction of George Booker, mu. restive when she's gone, especially

they are by no means a weak Palm Beach or Fort Lauderdale sir tuperviior at the ichool In af In the summer. So she

Peter Pan Day team; on the contrary.have frequently the picture above I I. the "candy f tries to to home arrange or In engagementsclose places the
been In the The
School Closes money. house" In the wood. where Han- C kids can go along.
other exception was Mrs. set and Gretel! seek shelter The The harvest for a week's trillIng -

Season Friday Chlrgwln playing with Mrs. Air Force Gives set was designed by Jimmy Morgan on the four.sided stage? It

Munford. They stopped at 3- Case Of shown finishing can be anywhere from $10,000to
Graduation and end-of-the Up In putting
No Trump and made SEVEN I $20,000. Jane holds the gross
season exercises for the I Peter touches to It. Below are shown
This them second and
gave a Reserve Chaplain 0S record at Melodyland per-
Fan Day School on Ninth Ave- match points. two of the soloists In the per. hups In mimn'.r mi/4! !cols .n>-

nue, South, will be held Friday We still can't figure how atNoTrumpopposltloncontract WASHINGTON (AP) The formance, the Sandman, left, where $87,000 a week In "The

evening at 7:15 at the Dig Cypress a Air Force surrendered today In played by Billy Ellis, and the S _,. UnsInkable Molly Brown," last

Nature Center. the N-S Pair failed to get at the case of the chaplain who his Dew Fairy, played by Cathy S. ye r'. favorite on the bummer

All friends and relatives of least that South Diamond-Ace. failed/IP Code to give number his superiors Johnson, (NEWS photo) circuit.

children attending the school Another about all this .
oddity 1P decided the chaplain will
are Invited to attend, a spokesman Is that the pair which handed not be discharged from the Air Catholics
said. determined that the discharge May
Chirgwin-Munford the turbid Force Reserve. "
action will not be taken 'S
grand slam In No Trump was The Air Force disclosed Its
The Identity of the chaplain,
Arthur Bracket playing with action in a letter to Rep. F. Ed. P Alter Stand On
NEED LONGER REST a captain In the Reserve, never
ward lichen, D>La who
IWIDGH'ORT: Cunn. (AP) Ted hearth Usually, we refrain has been made known. The Air
demanded an explanation after
Thirty days." amid Circuit from showing any goofs. complaint from the Force said he wanted It that Birth ControlVATICAN
receiving a
Court Judge John J. SullivanJr. I However, this time the h Hearth-

to Michael Gum, 78. who had Bracket misplay Is worthy of rh.iplaln."There Is a requirement that way.The chaplain, a resident of CITY CAP}-A Va-
pleaded guilty to anlOXl llllon. New Orleans, wrote to Hebert said today that
attention because despite a N- all Air Force Reservists norm Medical Schools Up Output tican publication
Just a minute your honor," :6 match point one at this Board active duly respond to official saying that he faced possible medical discoveries may cause '
NHiJ Gum. "I dim'I feel amid discharge action because he had Catholic Church to
8, they captured I FIRST !PLACEIn correspondence," the Air Force the Roman
iind I can't walk I'd like to sxk the North oouth: Section. told Iteliert not provided his ZIP Code take a new look at Us stand on

for 60." Congratulations to the[Ie rna rds "On reviewing the'! facts In number But Doctors Still Scarce birth control.At .
time Alfredo Car-
The startled judge agreed to 1 the same
and to the Hearth Bracket this case, however, It has been
revine. the sentence: HIGH dlnal Ottavlanl, a leading mem.
teams! COMIN' THROUGH IN EDITOR'S NOTE-In parts of He said the physician-popula ber of the Roman Curia, calledon
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) An the United Elates many com limn ratio, which measures the Catholic churchmen to stop

automobile body shop advertises munltles are without a doctor number of physicians availablefor public debate on the Issue. He
its services for. "when a body (to' take care of their growing eachlOO.OOOpersons.lsmore said only the Pope can decide
meets WWyi ." medical needs. This condition favorable today than 10 years "on such grave and debated
exists despite the fact that the ago. lie said this greater physi. questions."

nation's medical schools have clan supply has been and will He Indicated that the Vatican
Weather Scan Increased their output of be able to meet increasing demands Ecumenical Council resuming In

+ r doctors The following article, for medical care stem. September could open a discus.
'r Service PlannedBy first of two, explores the reasons ming from general prosperityand sion on birth control.
1 1 for this seeming contradlc.tlon. expanded sickness Insur The statement that the church
Gulf Coast TV
ance programs. may undertake a .new study: of

"Wcather scan," a new service But he added that he could It. birth contbib'''"0 appearedin '
for Naples area television By ROBERT COLDENSTEIN not give an unqualified "no" because the weekly L'Osservatore Del-
AP Science Writer article titled
la Domenlca In an
viewers will be Inauguratedover of his conviction that "we
+ "} yk.wF1 CHICAGO (AP) American could "About Birth Control Pills."
y use more physicians right
Channel 2 the educational
winning a
medical schools are now-in education and researchto In the discussion on pills to
channel, at 6 o'clock tonightas tough struggle to produce bump.er take advantage of rapidly de make the time of ovulation predictable

a community service byGulf crops of new doctors each veloping new knowledge and the article noted thata
Coast Television of Naples, the year, but that doesn't mean In practice to relieve the debate over such a method of
+ t former General Television: Co everyone will find It easy to get modern physician's problem of birth control had developed
Cameras will catch a panelof a doctor to come to his homeat chronic overwork." among church moralists.
meters which will give the night to find out what's caus. The publication said that the
time barometric Ing junior's stomacn acne.. Norman Dams, airecior of the tendency favoring such pills
temperature Although the nation's supplyof program for community medl. does not Justify a change In
pressure humidity doctors has grown faster cal assistance of the Sears, Roe. church regulations on marriage.But .
wind direction and velocity and than the population explosionsince buck Foundation, believes many it added, "It Is sufficient,
rainfall. These Instrumentshave the start of this decade, small communities are hard hit however, to justify the continua
been Installed: on top of many rural and small town by a doctor shortage and he tlon of studies and of experIments
the office of the local cable areas are without a physician.And blames the trend toward specialIzation in scientific research
television company and willregister more and more medical In medicine. which could lead to conclusions

the various Items concerning school graduates after years of susceptible of being taken In
>fyflrt,,. weather on the panelsIn struggle to become physicians, Davis who specializes In as. close and respectful consideration

the office below where the are going Into the selective, listing small communities to by church moralists for a
higher paying specialties prepare for and attract physl. rethinking of the question.
Information will be relayed to
clans, said the AMA and me whether
Opinions on The article was written by
viewers over the cable sys cine in general have done a
there Is an actual doctor shortage Msgr. FederIco Lambruschlnl.an ,
tem. good Job In boosting the output
In the United States. Italian theologian at the Pontifical
Information with reference A resounding "yes" comes from the nation's medical Lateran University The

to hurricanes storms and from small town patients who schools. weekly Is a Sunday edition of
other Items of general common' have to drive to a larger city "But it doesn't do a lot of goodif L'Osl.ervatore Romano. That

ity Interest will also be telecast to find a doctor, from city rest- 78 per cent of each year's It said that oral contraceptivepills

: to the Naples viewers, according dints who spend hours waiting graduating, class specialize," he now on the market are not Pleases
r their turn In a busy dm.tor's added "Maybe the ratio of doctors .
reiii G.a"K A.'U"nJi.I" : : ,\ ..... to Richard L.Coxgen- acceptable for Roman Catholics
eral of the office, and from suburban residents Is Increasing, but what -
SET TO EXPLORE the Knkahatchee strand me these enthusiastic members manager the company.For the tele- who have trouble Inciting: good dues It serve if It doesn't MARRIAGE WITH MUSIC For

of the Naples Junior Woman's Club whose support has been enlistedin cast will be present on the air 24 hoursa a general practitioner meet the needs of the community L011SVILLE (AP) The

the project to acquire the area under the new Outtlooi Rendition Act. until the has But Dr, Hugh Hussey, director ?" traditional wedding marches were
Elwood Leila Prime, Jane day equipment of the American Medical As. In 1950 there were approved muting, when kiss' Frances: IndustryAnd
From left to right, on hood of jeep art Karen been tested after
completely socUtlon division of scientific Burke end William
Hendiix Linda medical schools In the Ur.nedSlates Earley were
Parks chairman of the project: seated on top. Barbara which It will be telecast" at activities and former dean of married.
87 with
Today there are
Benson. Joan Lontfshoie, president of the Junior Woml\ 's Club ; inside jeep designated hours and the educational the Georgetown University Schoolof II additional universities hating, Before the ceremony, guests

Sally Sitta and Anne Kane (NEWS photo) channel will again he back Medicine, Washington, gives construction commitments or were treated to a 45-minute full

on the air. a "qualified no" to the question. planning to build medical tale, concert then the couple Individuals

schools marched down the aisle to the

Junior Women Seeking Support Today there are 141.7 physl. sts. s of a suite for trumpet,

TV Radioman elms for every 100,000persons string and or tan. Printing
'. In the United States and Dr. The unusu-l event was sr.
and ever 'bod>' even re Hussey said the rise has been ringed by the bride's father,
B\ C\'T'1t' \ LOWRYAP ) motel, onnected with the pro constant In recent years Robert Burke Jr., a music critic. Division
I 'Save Fakahatchee Strand'"Save Television Radii Writer gram.

NLWORK: \P)-No*' that Then ,ome the final s Dmmer

the Eninu\ Awards ;and the vials, immediately followed b.
the Fakahatcht't' strand," neUoik. with the bu// of iluin and self sustaining or'ecological Imter.neteork guerrilla wartare two or three station.break sales &btNtm
Is the cry of lie Naples Junior saw and; clank\ of Meant engine, vlronment, It rould remain an oasis Is over there is time to con pitches and the Inevitable all aSa
Woman Club as they prepare down In thundering cfa"hl'II".1mp of emerald wilderness. an alder what ma\ be the start of tlon Identification Then romes
for an exploration trip to the the C)prt.... The Fakalutchee Island of rutuies own creation something big for viewers theme musk and the living
areas located east i>f Naples and suffered a grievous loss, but was aced natural beauty," sat those The :oI.tllon.t1uorlJtlon of room viewer sees a teasers,'*ne
north of Route 41, east. not dead Todiy, decade l.tlfr. WHO would preserve the area Broadcasters has made the first from the oncoming show designed
Today a legation from the filtered b) willow thickets, lit. The Florida Cotserx Jm \ has tentative step toward the redurtton to keep him trim
club Is attending the outdoor recreation tie cypress Middlings which If now undertaken the task of spear -or at least control ot- !switching the dial
conference In Fort M>ers allowed ti. live over the passing lading A drive to have the state those long minutes between the Viewers, have crumbled about

to enlist further support for the centuries, will again some day acquire this trait under the FlorIda end o( on* program and the beginning clutter for years, Just as the)
project.The dominate the area.Fak.lh.ltchce Outdoor Rcreitlonctpass ot the next have been complaining for ML 2.2107
Fiikalutctiee strand in a Mill lives on wild .j last November. Suppoi'ting th* This period-*ometimes 10 or years abojt loud s ommer" uls.

eU-cont. ned press and palm and nit>terlima and free, but observers acquisition of the strand are II minutes usualh)' Is crammed Nothing much happened" however
wlldjrness with 13 lakes, sorie say her days are num. David C. Jones, vice chairmanof with bits and pieces, rften high until some of the adver
'containing alligators Seventy tiered as pressmen front drainage the Florida Real Estate Commission 1) profitable, that the Industry Using. agencies which buy tele,

varieties of orchids and royal urbanization and InduMilalUat and Rep. J. Lorenzo call clutter.\ vision time also started to com, ASK FOR:
,palm trees more than 200 feet Ion close In. Walker of Naples.Mrs. Ben Parks Our hero rides oft Into the jtfala 4toyJJ': iCMiv* non.cio. O"
high have been farad in the Mr and. Roughly four miles wldo and his been named to head the cam sunset several minutes belor tram Interruptions." QUINTUPLETS are not uncommon at the Humane John WathenOr

Until the early 1950's Faka. 1 IS miles long north to south, palk'n for the Florida Junior Woo the official end of the show The thought all the between Society's shelter located at the Naples Air-

hatchee was dominated by forestsof this 42,000 acres of wilderness mnn's Clubs and Is co chairman Then we are treated to a scene shows action watered down the poll. These five plump and playful puppies, who
( bald can be acquired for of the Fakahatchee committeefor designed to lure us to neatweek's effectiveness of the commer AlCALL
giant, centurlesjd cy. preservation hold the title of "Animals of the Day, are de- 0,01\n
press thriving l>. their favorite as a sample of the Big Cypress the riorlda Nature Conser episode, followed by' along dials scribed as part Labrador, short-haired, and in
which Is vancy. long listing of the rut the NAD'S television
naoitat. Then am* lumrjernig, rapidly Anyway, need Just
of loving homes. few of
being drained and producer director review board decided toItU.J a many canines
an Invasion at this quiet hidden despoiled, say associate rod FOE
fastness hv man, machln ands gfi>n'Iorll."Belli Each crahgrua plant carries producer, assistant director, the situation and also being offered for adoption, they may be seen at THE NEWS
hastily constructed railroad ( a complete watershed l 50,000 seeds. cameraman, assistant amera the loud Commercials situation. the shelter between 12 and 3 p.m. daily. RUBBER STAMPS I

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re1i N ill.Till League umpires, who hitter fanning seven and walk.
SPORTS Strike are i Ukim:: about a strike, must Ing one. Cookie Rojas and John
have been out painting picket Calllsrm homered for the Phils.
ha+ I tlll AGO (AP-The National signs Dick Farrell became the first

. . . . . . . . T -olMll League Umpires ASM- How else can you explain theNl'w even-gam winner In the ma:
ono( having tailed to pressure York Mete scoring It runs? Joys, throttling the BriveM

Wdnaday, Mar 17, 1"& COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7 a pension plan increase, has !.. In a week you say? Well, It'. four hits. Al Spongier'- leadoff
till FVE fund .t strike ultimatum true that would be a prolific out homer got the Colts started and
I ither the National League put for Case'! Stengel's runles Farrell' ll-i rlkout pitching
mM. the association demands wonders for seven day and It'. kept them going.
Ike 73 Steals Show From .r> "'appropriate ac-tlon" will betaken more than they scored list The Braves, who had bangedout
BIIIw In S p.m., July' S, said at. week. Put we're talking about a 43 hits In winning, their last
t<"1 net John J. Re)'nolda of Chi. single& game three games, made their loud-
} k } ; 'ig>i, who represents the group, That's right, a single game. eat noise with sole homerby
Palmer SinksARDMORE 50-Foot PuttIke's In Tuelldll}'. And there were 2,503 fans In. Felipe Alou and Joe Torre.
The move hit such baseball Chicago's Wrigley Field Tuesday Terre also doubled and walked
otflc'\tals as Warren Giles, president who can testify to the 19.1 raising his average to .376.
Pa. CAP) The Insistence, the foursome .'L of the National League, and victory In tears to corn that Duet Drysdal permitted Just
crowd at Merlon Coif Club was finished the round. When the Ford Frlck, the game's commissioner number Is sure to grant People three hits but Cincinnati
apprehensive. Comments Included 16th hole was halved, refereeClarence BILL GRANT WAVES checkered flag after Winning sportsman claw featurelace In' surprise.However like to say they were on hand bunched them In the second' In.

"Gee, I hope he plays Benedict, president ,IIf>f Saturday night at Naples Sp'('d\\ 1\)'. east of airport on Radio Road the umpires' assorl. when history was made sing and combined with Dry.
well," to ''I hope he doesn't em. the U.S. Golf Association, Sdlll Ito O. B. Oscl'ola'as big winner in jalopy class, Silt Winners Mtmoual: anon has been angling for In- The Mets, whose past (per dale' throwing error on an at.
birrass himself." lket"The eased benefits for the formatice has made them Rome tempted pick off It led tci a 3.0
Griffin. All
will be wife and four children of the l late Bob proceedsfrom
The "he" was Gen. Dwight D. match Is over OPneral.You'e Day last six months without rereiv.log what modest sine, did most ctf Reds' lead
Elsenhower, and the former won. Do you want to races \\ill) go to them. ( Hewitt photo ) lelgueurtell)', said Rey the damage with a couple of fcl. Cincinnati added three In the

president not only didn't em. stop or play the last two holes," noldt. lows named Smith. They weren't ninth against Ron Prranoskl.
barrass himself, but stole the Ike consulted with an aide, Eighteen of the league's 20 the cough drop boys but Dick Bob Purkey had a four-lilt shut.
how from his partner, Masters asking the time, and was advised Memorial Day Race Proceeds umpires met with Reynolds In and Charley certainly Irritatedthe out until Tommy Davis tingled
"Champion Arnold Palmer to call it a day. Chicago and drafted a !letter Cubs as New York sprayed and Frank \Howard cracked his
\| Eisenhower and Palmer "Aw, let's eo play," said the demanding Increased: benefit. 23 hits against six Chicago hurl tills homer In the 9th,
teamed In a match Tuesday fortie suntanned 73.>'ear-old Ike, Introduced Copies of the letter were sent to ens.
( benefit of the Heart Fund here as 'the dirt farmei Giles mid every team In the Dick\ Smith became the first
Against veteran pro Jimmy from Gettysburg, Pa." Going To The Griffin Family league Met ever to get five hits In a ''BaS ball
Demaret and dancer Ray Bol|. So they pla>'ed. And on the Currently, the pension pUn for game with three single*, a double *
get The Heart Fund reportedIt 17th hole Ike brought the housed umpires retiring at S3 rails for and a triple Charley Smith

took In $25,000 )wn. Putting from the edge ut \11 proceeds from the Memorial the new track died ol a heart east of the airport on Radio $200 a year for each year of belted a threerun homer, the I $tandh1g
On the course made famous the green he dropped In a 50 l>av card of races at attack Iri the pits while changing Road. near the swamp buggy service meaning an umpire with fame's uily four bagger, and ; $
by Bobby Jones, when he completed footer 10 years of active servile would added two Uncles for five RBI
speedway) will to the a tire May 10. He left grounds.Mil : .
his coif grand sUm hereIn As the crowd cheered and applauded ( Naples go Osceola receive $2,000:! a )*ar upon retirement. Jack Fisher, delighted with ASSOCIATED PRESS
wife and four children Grant and O.D By THE
of Robert Griffin race a ,
1930 (winning the British and :. he tipped his white family the fantastic support, fashioned National, League
American. Open and amateur golf cap:. grinned from ear to officials have announced Saturday' program of races were the big winners at lastSaturday's The association, however, a fotir-hltter and went the distance W. L, Pct Q.B.
tournaments, Gen. Ik* playedthe ear and accepted congratulatory Griffin, a North Naples man will begin at 8:30 p.m. The races. There were wants this figure boosted to $300 for the first time since Philadelphia M 14 .600 -
kind of golf that prompted whacks:. on the back from his who was one of the drivers at cjuarter-mtle track Is located several accidents! which aJJ- a year for each year of service. May 4' titan San Fran 22 11 ".11-:

Palmer to commentt"I fellow: players I : L- ,ed to the action and excite Recent dickering resulted In an And fleiifcl The 01' Terfes. M. Louis 22 17 .564 1
must admit, he tarried me Asked ir that was me ingest lent. offer of $250 by Giles which the ser was delighted) with the show. Pittsburgh 22 17 .564! I
all the way. ills coif was su putt he ever mule< Ike said, Grant drove his No. 64 to National League umpires turned "Well, I suppotw most of the Milwaukee 21 17 .353 14
perb" Tve sunk longer, but the)''re Jimmy Clark's Fans Expect victory In the feature for down before Issuing their ultima. club owners will be trying to Cincinnati U 18 514 3

This was Ikea first public coif all miracles as far as I'm < onterned. sportsman class cars,with fob turn contact me now to get my play. Houston 20 22 .476 4'A
exhibition, and he did himself ." Dlefenthaler I close second and Reynolds said that he and five ers," h* told newsmen Los Angeles 18 22 ,450 SVi

proud as he and Palmer defeated Lead All The Way Rlchle Yahl pressing the leaders directors of the group met with Don't expect a mid rush, Chicago 14 21 ,400 7
Demaret and Bolder 3 and 2 Him To and finishing third. Two league officials at the major Case. New York 12 28 .300 Illi
over the par 30-34 course In NBA Votes Chancre class cars league meetings last December Whllu the Mote were wcatlngout Tuesday's Result
suburban Philadelphia. new sportsman This group also huddled, with the Cub fielders, Pittsburgh 19 I
Actually, the match was over In Draft RulesNEW INDIANAPOLIS 'AP) The Clark on the International Grand raced, Including Kenny Vaughn, National League Tension Commtttee. gave Philadelphia a similar New Pittsburgh York 13,,Chicago Philadelphia 4
standpointat Jimmy Clark caravan: whuh Prix circuit who on two occasions slid off treatment. The Pirates scored 10
from a competitive| \ :2
With 4 Milwaukee
YORK AP) a ode eight HouNton ,
( started
the end of the ICth, but ut nod In the direction of Its have puke up anothet l hatch ol speed lie short rating period compared onto the adjacent swamp buggy "w. nude repeated requestsfor runs In the first two Innings and Cincinnati 0, Lo Angeles 2:
Suitrai a
tans time the Filing years ago,
even coaMed to 13.4 llous.
track. to discuss our a victory
an opportunity at St. Louts
not clubs the National Basket'ball of the top San Francisco ,
In this iountr, fully ex with many
2 andCincinnati
Osceola caine from far demands said Reynolds 1)utw ton dropped >
modified O.P. ,
has hlat's'l rain
:. Association him to lead from start to American drivers lie competed !
Fine Hank Bauer back and the Jalopy heard nothing from the
captured Today's Games
its draft rules finish In SlIturd.tY'1 4* h .mileclassic In one race. at Crlmond, Scot. C.2. San Francisco and St. Louis
In the annual meeting of the &iturday.They're land, that year Ho drove In only feature. With his victory, OsceoU I"agiie. Two weeks ago wa received rained out, New York at Chicago
For DisputeVith bard of governors Tuesday, the asking quite a bit. two the next year, has moved to the top of a letter from Mr. Giles were In the American League, New San Francisco at St. Louis, N
league! also voted to provide Us lie started In the standings displacing In which he presented his pro. Philadelphia vt Pittsburgh, N
Umpire Salerno The closest anbod ever came running earnestIn Jalopy point York edged Cleveland 3.2, Dal
heal of $250 a year per man N
controversial I Houston at Milwaukee,
players with I the Dill 1958 on the Scottish Border nines.
toIJlllr\ all the way was ) Jerry "We held our meeting and theumplrt'S tlmor nlppod Detroit Z.t, DOlllcm
BALTIMORE (AP) Manicee pension (plan which neat' i) < auseda Arnold's performance In 1930 In Reivers team of Jaguars Heshitted John Yelvington and Herman I voted against accept clipped Washington 3.2, and MInnesota Gee! Angelas Cincinnati Games NThursday's

Hank Bauer of the Baltimore strike ut the NBA All Stir a 1I.lrtlMIII"r 8 that outclassed:. to the English Lotus Dlakely of Fort Myers finished That Is our final decisionand beat Los Angelas 1.1. New York at Chicago
Orioles was advised Tuesdaythat game in Boston JII14.. the team at the Mart of 1960 and ante
Arnold grabbed
the field. second and third behind Os- I don't think we have to Chicago and Kansas City wr Los at Cincinnati N
Angeles ,
he had been fined $30 for The revised draft regulations lead on the third Up and never finished eighth In world standIngs. wheel of by rain.
the postponed
who was at '
ceola hold any other meetings.! San Francisco at St. Louts, N
his vigorous dispute, with umpire will give the league's tailend was headtHl\ after that lie moved up to sixth In know The Moll Jumped on Cub
Frlck said h* didn't at N
At Salerno last Friday night clubs two choices each ba-lore The 28 year: old Clark, who 1961, second' In 19G2 and the "Zero. battledIn about a strike threat any.and starter Rot nulil for four runs Phlljdalphla Milwaukee Pittsburgh,
"I think I cot off pretty any other team Is permitted, to championship last year Four woman drivers thing llMUMtcm at
must lie the most eligible would have to In the first and completed the'!
lui'ky," Bauer said after receive (pick In the annual player( selec buhelor around Duns, Scotland, Clark won an unprecedented the powder puff derby, and at added this that Urn"I that It Is a league say carnage with six runs In the American League
Ing a telegram from American lions each spring I'dmbll'arolilid the Speedway| seven Grand. Prix races.. .last Mrs. D1U Stone won It aboard ninth. In between they kept the
matter 1.. Pet. G.B.
: W.
League President Jon Cronin "I The pension plan adoption resolves munching apples\ and looking season and added H the netherlands Guy Osceola's No. 24. Umpire In the American Cub chasing base bite all over 20 10 .11111 -
thought that U I was going to an Issue which his been like anybody:. l but the world's Grand Prix last Sunday. League are not organlred suchas the field and .looked like any. Chicago Baltimore 24 14 ..032I -
gel fined, It would be more than under discussion for more thin mast ferocious competitor| In a He finished a close sec'ond to their National! League couii.teriiurt thing but cellar dweller. New York 14 .376 .2"j
that. That's their prerogative two years Originally proposed| Parnellt Jones In the 1003 Indl
rate cur. That ills disputedvteaerou'.iy *. American League una.rll"l Manny Mara had n solo homer ClevelandMinnesota 18 14 .MJ, a
tcl fine me whajeytr/ they want'* by Fred 7ollner, owner of the by) .dlllll'.rs| of sunk alld/lUlu" 000,,wnu that Milwaukee and Jim Pagllarcxil crashed a
had ponslon plan calling II 17 .531: 1
(Bauer ihargedXnito the field Detroit Pistons, the plan WU American charger as Parnelll 200 In record time and broke the Rr the Pirates !
for of serv. grind lammr ** 20 18 .326 4
$150 man year
per BostonDttlruli
l the State
when S.alerno'warlled Oriole thrust Into the spotlight tip and one lap record at the Trenton
Jones A. J. Fojt Rodger Chris std Dal.
lie until\ this spring when the hcifipml cm Short 17 20 .419 6''.
pitcher Steve Barber and fined (players ut last season's AllStar Ward but the \ankh:. have vet to 200 before going out with niechantcal In. i
figure was boosted to $250. las Green In the first two Washington 17 28 395 9'j'
him after Minnesota's Tony .
$50 game.Disgruntled show thein oinpete with trouble League dy
Ollva:. was. struck on the batting at what the) lie finished No. 6 In U.S. Auto ale.Yotterday's Los Angeles 15 25 .S7o: 10
Vern Law woo It with a
helmet by a Barber pitch Bauer called stalling ladles by the Club standings against drivers By THE EASIEST TO EAGLE Kaunas City 12 25 .324 11 Vj
had to be restrained:. by other owners, the player demanded DancerCelebrates who ran on the USAC circuit all ASSOCUTKD ratsaDasulmll AUGUSTA Hi. (AP) The I I I I I Tuesday's Results
umpires and Oriole |>laers.Area consideration of the plan before Northern reason I Hth hoi wan raaital, f<* ail. I DI\I II In ore 2, Dnlrolt I
last Jumio's game. When the Third Clark Is back at the Speedway fuii are jotting' Hhootera during this yeir's Mac New Yolk 3, Cleveland 3Boslcm
demand turned down they with about their money's worth In the f lor. stored I I 3, Washington :2
was In a new Lotus Ford, tens, Seven golfers ) on
Golfers thieatened not to pl.iy, the game Birthday Today. SO more horsepower than he hadlast Ida State lAaltlltwhere extra. !Ibis par 5 hots.They Stars Minnesota t, Los Angeles f
league President Walter Kennedy r tear:. and a chassis that reputedly Inning games: are roinnuxiiiUo. were llruc IVvIm, Chicago al Kansas City, ralij
who was voted a new NEW 10RK AP) Northern handles much better. Tuesday night' action went 42 Lionel lichen' !h>b Onalby\ Billy BATTING Dick Smith anal Today's Gomes
Play June 7 four,year .outrue and a raiseIn IXincer celebrated his third lie hiked the 10.mile qualifying Innings, as Tampa and Daytona I'ltlon, Dav Ka an, Richard Charley Sm'th, Met, led 23.hit Minnesota at Los Angeles, S,
salary at Tuesdiy's meetIng llithd.itcxla\ with a billllanl record to 1S8.B mph In tin Irl \Heidi bailed fur 10 and MUnilciutUhlod Davits and Downing CJriy. explosion In ".1 thumping otCh'rlCo twlnlght
the plav past behind him and an even record of SI. PvternlNirt In 14. Cub. Dirk roll.d.dlive Chicago at Kansas City, :2 twl.
At Palm RiverThe finally Ilt"rsu.lclt-d ala and set a one lap The IJih! another par 5,
ers to tike the court after a 15, brighter future in the offing 159.4 around the 2 minute clelav.OMONTA.. There was a blrtlnlay rake umptiod, 64. Nicklaua, Jim crrler, Tony Dick Farrell, Detroit at Baltimore, N
third tournament of the that looked much like carrots In cither Fort Lamlor. Cleveland it New York
very CAPABLE games, I.emu, [kin January.'.! JulmnyPott. Culls, became majors' first
current reason of the Greater lor the little package of HAS dale whipped( 6ara iKa, GoI 1, and The other eagle In !Ih* .*vn.gam* winner, allowing< Wafthlnptim at Boston
Naples Golf Association will beheld N.VlAPl-lrank equine iHnamlte from Canada at STAMFORU Conn. (AP)-Th. Lakeland trounced Oilmdo,7.1.: tournament' waa moved by Ihibhy" only four hits and strlk'g out Thiirtduy'i Games
at 8 o'clock Sunday morn. M.I I/.one, slugging Him Urn RedS barn 31 In nclmont Park' MaMe American Eagle, the Aurora Syndicnte It was a free night al 6a.-a/ c4a Nichols cm the fast 5 eighth hole II In 4.1 yletoryover Milwaukee.t No game stlicvluled
Ing, June 7, at the Palm River third baseman, played for area And trainer Horatio yacht built it the Luders and 4,105 turned teat to we the
Country Club, U was announced Onconta in the Canadian-Amcn turn gave the Kentucky Derby yard here, will have a well qualified Yankees grub an early lead with '
tills morning by Dob AbbottIon cult I league m O44 and he' and Preakness winner the clay helmmmn in aklpper Hill an unearned aim In the first
nament chairman: been toniing hack her ever off from preparing for the June Cox of Darien, Conn., once trials and wrap It up with Wllll Mur. "y Mn,;t >F
The event will be a foursome, aim'c. 6 running of the Belmont Slakes, for the defense of the America's ihy's lone homer In the second. i '
low.ball with handicap. The five-time bowman. I eagu when he will seek to become the Cup get underway. Willie M Abbott said that he and menu All.Star third! baseman marred first Triple Crown winner sinceCitation Cox won the InternttumilcliM third prudurwd another run as ,.\...... ..
berg of his committee had In. Ainv (;"lIlIoInn... a local: tirl, in11I In 1948 and the ninth In championship four limes each team fed ctily six hits, .... .
spected the course and had found I und they now have three hlstor) and tailed the 1 12 meter Gleam In The> win loft Fort Lauderdale; :
It to be In "excellent" condition. son*. I he \nungw si hoy wan born All hr>rs..s automatically :advance 19)7. lo (jines In fnmt >t Laielancl, .
lie was especially pleased with the morning 0' law! vear\ All. > year In age on January The American' Figle, built It as the Tigers rai'ix"l I Ohila.Jim _. .
the condition of the greens, he Star. vane. 1. Cut the Canadl.in.born and s coil of U)O.OOOII( ) one of four Crown alliiwod Orlando only a
said.Breakfast Maltase has another interest owned son of NI'Jrd".N"I"lm.t" American boats In the prericetriaU. single by Tom Thonnpson( In the
will be served from m Otunnla. lie own* a hit and wasn't foaled until May 27, 1961 The other are Columbia, third. It followed\ two trots and Use Five Basic Steps at Address
7 o'clock on the morning of the tin 11 whuh is ni.in.iyid In J.hn -late b)' United Rates customs 1958 winner, Nefertitl! and the a walk. An error then gave the
tournament, Abbott said. tii-nn.irino. his hmlher-,r-|lan. Northern Dumei ot'llnto the Constellation I a new 12-meter Twins their IIIIly run
Belmont Rakes with ,i record of yacht built this apnng at Minne- Cam Thompson's bunt docMud Br JACK BELL Although you undoubtedly harts
13 vii lories. one u' ,c belles ford's Yard in City Island, N.Y the Tam(>a.aylona death came .*n bad winters Ml good shots..
i.i-e, two '11)1,1-, an'1 one third I ,is h. Mill sercHid and third, Pf., Mdinoh Cwiify Club, Marflnah, III golf must be considered a game

Special in 16... in>er IIt.1 rt.- ie-irnlncj Iwi" members of the : >) k".. then scored in a wllcl throw In .it** Tubs Valltr ((10,1..) Country Club of percentage, and to lure them

I P: f'19,073., lie I" ,is won seven I II'' 'al>, League All,Star t, n pr. the lUh. Each team Wiled In tntlrn furAP .V'liIa'a'ii'" with you, form Is Impmtiv
,ti ,u'-ht s,,i,,'e i I thti,1 it!I w.th ..Ih.'r I kit" this" v <.u Thr ills ninth to kp the score tied
t. 3\1 ,j old du i 'it. are Duki Snide! and FJ. Butte The i-'iiioVrs cxithll the Tar. Addressing the ball II the most! underrated part of a golf rwlng
Purchase [pars, 9.fl, lint rcmldn't gel Idem
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The Miami Marlins expiated the hill properly. There ar* fire bssli stepe to follow d

& Men'sHand r'r< four single In the 14th In. I, (lave your weight wtllonth
Young nlng to sew up it e Ram, Walt heels to maintain fond balance' ,
stronj allnwed, the Saints only Ing this elbow under raust the
Open I. The knees should be bent
cane hit In the last eight Innings right shoulder to b* slightly
slightly to give good leg l irllon
iRegs,9s In brilliant relief rfurmarire.. In turning the elbow under, be
Two of the Saints' runs came an Important factor In derm(
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r. 'S COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, May 11, i

in Fatal Stampede I Iit

grayson reports

Memorial Day '500'

Is Champagne to Driver


As told to Harry Grayson

Newspaper Enterprise Assn.

INDIANAPOLISNEA known to refuel' and .
( )>-Havlng been throughit their cars in as little as r L ;1IFt

before, I know exactly how seconds You are only
I'll feel sitting neatly tucked five men "over the wall"

Into the driver's seat on the we say one for fuel and 'i M

Indianapolis Speedway May for each tire. That's why eY ., alit '
30, waiting the start of the will see drivers being
600. new goggles and stuff

I'll be just like a bottle of that on a stick from the

champagne-full of bubbles. side of the wall.Referee W a i 1i
Up to that very moment a '
lot of things will have been h
on my mind They will disappear I
and I'll know only one WantsTo ,

feeling, the greatest elation .
anyone can know This might Be Sure He
seem silly or corny to somebody
who isn't a race driver : :
but remember that to me the Wasn't At -:'-

"500'is like the World Seriesto .
a baseball player or a MONTEVIDEO, R StW w N 3 J.

'championship playoff to a pro. (AP-The referee at the a ......
fessional football team. trous soccer game In .
mourning at home with his (NEA Radio-Telephoto)
Not that I'll stop concentra

ting In this race there is no :and"Then two daughters I want for to a see PANIC'S AFTERMATH-Relatives search for loved ones among the victims of the stam- .

time at all for relaxation. priest" said Angel pede in the Lima Peru, soccer stadium. Referee's decision giving Argentina a victoryover I
Even when you make a pit pazos "I want to be sure Peru in an Olympic elimination match brought fans onto the field, setting off the

stop you must concentrate fault wasn't mine, like tragic event.
every second. You must keep Lima -Telephoto)
:your foot on the clutch, get newspapers are I I
has been terrible. lob tear
so gas
instructions and be ready to
pull out the Instant the Jacksare "But I will remain a Lima
dropped. added Paws, 38, a metal in the Tragic Week In
er who officiates at
games In his spare time.
The one thing you don't Argentina's team was .
feel is fear. Although the Peru's 1.0 In the -,- --- -

"500" is the most competitiveof game In Lima Sunday when World Of Sports
all races in the most com zos disallowed a Peruvian I
petitive of all sports it is no because a Peruvian player ;
more dangerous than a lot committed a foul A 1 1Wp..t
of smaller races you have jumped onto the field and
driven. toward Pazos.
Another reason you don't Police dragged the man
fear Is that at Indianapolis but other fans poured onto :
II t everybody is going the same field and Pazos called off

way or trying to, instead of game. Flotlng' began.
going off In all directions "The police had to use

( as traffic does on the open gas because the water
I road. Then too all the drivers didn't work," Pazos said.
here are seasoned professionals A frenzied push for the

,; and we know exactly what gates began but four of the
'they are going to do. If they en at the north end of the st
have any peculiarities in their um were locked. Body
I driving, we know what they body was crushed against
are and allow for them. On barriers. Those who fainted i

the road, the other fellow is stumbled were trampled. 0tsaaaata
were 328 dead and
usually erratic and can never
more Injured the
be trusted.
world's greatest tragedy.
There is a great deal more Peruvian authorities rut MF.t s ItAaa"se
mental than physical strain in souS.
Tuesday that three of the

the._500. .I'm_ perfectly:. .comlonsoie were policemen killed by
in a seal inai nas mob. Rioters strangled a
been tailored for me like a geant with his own necktie.
fine suit of clothes. The seat officer who tried to save

H Is literally built tightly around was thrown from the v

my right aide, but there is a wall to his death 50 feet III.'u ..m__ S. P
little more leeway for move. A third policeman was
mint on my left to allow for Into the path 0( Telephoto)
\, the constant left-hand turning spectators and was trampled. Rob-'
(NEA Telephoto)
f I in the race. Pazo said he couldn't driver was I I
I never got tired at all In stand why the stadium TRAGEDY AT THE TRACK-A fire swept through the stable area at Miles Park race

winning last year. When it were closed track in Louisville, Ky., leveling 12 barns and killing 28 thoroughbreds.headed .
was over, I felt like I could go "Fifteen minutes before
another 500 miles. That's like game was to end, the gates -
saying you're ready to drive the stadium were open," ,.1 100 Years AgoGrant Steel
right back after going from said. "Then they were J4 J CompaniesFind
New York to Cleveland This doesn't make sense." '

I felt that way the year be. Crying as he talked, Changes
fore when I had all the brake said, "I was correct In my 1 Sherman Near
trouble. The first year ((1960)) There was no mistake. I ,
I was a little bit sore but part the game by the rules.!' Come RapidlyBy

.of that was due to mental "An excellent referee, an
stnin Being a rookie, I had a around athlete, one hundred Richmond And AtlantaBY SAM DAWSONAP
lot to think about. cent honest," said the Business News Analyst
e e A video newspaper El Pals. t
NEW YORK (AP)-American
How you drive a race de. LON SAVAGE southeast again in another steelmasters, converging on New

pends on where you start and The Civil War somewhat resembled attempt to outflank Lee York today for their annual

how you plan to run. We are ....So Long Stan a chess match 100 ThU time, moving by night in meeting, are comparing noteson
planning one pit stop this this week--a very the rain, he got all the wayto the fast changeover to new
year. That will be for fuel. CINCINNATLAP-The years ago Hanover and crossed the techniques now under way.
It isn't necessary to go to the National League Green bloody one, to be sure Pamunkey River,ready move Some of the smaller companies
edited by Dave Grote and In Virginia and Georgia, the
pit for tire changes now on Richmond only 20 miles are claiming credit for leading
although I probably will get lished for major league l Federal armies of Ulysses S. But there he found his the move to catch up with steel
teams and the away.
a new set just for Insurance press Grant and William makers abroad.
old nemesis -- Lee's
a likeness of Stan Musial ,
on toward their army
when I go in. You can almost Sherman moved Beyond that, delegates to the
wear out a car before you can cover.Module ? i ; t ti respective targets.-Richmond again firmly straddling the roadto American Iron t Steel Institute
use up the tires we are using. signingh and Atlanta. But each time they Richmond. The month of meeting are being told to "an.

The pit time usually runs "for. ,a.10 youngster long, Stan"and the appear moved the Confederate armiesof May still undefeated.ran out on him, with Lee tlclpate major changes In metallurgical .

from 18 to 25 seconds the cover. Robert E. Lee and Joseph E. laboratory education and
although have been moved and research" with
crews too kept
Muii.l retired as a player Johnston IN GEORGIA whole new Industries to
22 season with the St. : : themselves between the Fed- lnGeorgiaShermanwuhaving "emerge out of the new seism
Cardinals The records he :; : erals and the cities they wished better luck. Swiftly, his title developments"

Attendance Up At and tied lake up an entire to caprice.EspeclaUy. 100,000 men had swept down The here-and-now changes
in the 64-page book of in Virginia was are coming fast, If belatedly.
northwest behind -
'The Ole Ball Game'NEW and through Georgia
records this true. There, for three the Confederates Continuous casting units art the
YORK (AP-Who said ... ."" weeks. Grant's huge army of retreating latest, touted as saving from $3
----- under and
that baseball Is a dying sport 120,000 had hammered, ham- Johnston, town to $12 a ton by skipping steps
A survey of attendance fig. Richard E. Kim, -Telephoto) mered and hammered at the 60, after town--Kingston, Cass- In the older process. This trend

ures Indicated Tuesday that big Author Not Sure falls to the 000-man army under Lee, try- vllle, Eubarlee-fell Into Fed- follows closely on the switch to
league baseball Is a healthy ing to break through it and head eral hands. oxygen furnaces, which can cut
At Dallas 30 miles north- $2 to $8 a ton from
patient, particularly the Nation. He Likes Fame for Richmond. The Federal costa of pro.
al League In which an all.tint west of Atlanta, Sherman's duct Ion from the standard open
casualties had plied high-15,-
high looms for the second LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP In bushes In a corps under Joe Hooker came hearths.
000 the Wilderness 5-
straight season. A year ago, Korean.born at May up against entrenched Confed- Continuous casting was first
The senior circuit rate Is up ard E. Kim found himself: and the fath. 71; 10,000 at Spottsylvanla May erates; Hooker attacked; other used In the European Common
273,740, or 11 per cent,over last tight situation In the 8-12; another 7,0001Sponsyl Federals In and Market, Japan and Russia. Recently -
joined as night
season. The American Leaguehas Having lived for several )' of ManhaU vanla from May 12 through fell and a thunderstorm It was taken up here by
a decrease of 203,449. But on scholarships and Side, a pre. May 19, and still Lee's army cross- some small steel companies.
ed the dark armies
the overall totals show an in. at American colleges ht :& ( neighborhood. held Its line, firmly across sky, the two And now many of the biggest
crease of 69,291, despite cold himself In need of a job to at the bar at the road to Richmond. tangled In earnest Next morn- concerns are building or plan.
and rainy; weather In the open. port his wife and two the noisiest Finally, Grant had decidedhe Ing, with many dead and much nine to build continuous casting

I ig weeks. lie tried for teaching posts on the door, must try something new. confusion, Sherman edged units. These bypass the Ingot
Twelve of the 20 teams are 20 colleges and northeastward toward AUa- mold, stripping soaking pit,
On 20 his
ahead of 19 3. led by the Los dospltt his credentials thr L. Carroll May army began toona In a flank movement of and blooming mill, to convert
Angeles Dodgers who have separate M.A. degrees of phy. slipping to the southeast In an his own; Johnston threw an attack molten metal Into semifinished
played before 727,973 at home- turned him down. at Columbia effort to outflank Lee and get into one of Sherman's steel In one operation.
a gain of 89,543. The Cleveland Kim had written a novel attacked and between him and Richmond. The and US. Steel wlU have a unit In
was repulsed so emphati-
Irdians' show the largest In. part of his master's thesis about 20 teen. Federals marched 20 miles to operation In about two years at
that he fell back
crease In the American League, the University of Iowa, a the North Anna River and cally again Gary, Ind. National Steel will
88,883. of lift In the Korean War. at 120th thought they had outfoxed Lee, toward Atlanta. have one at Welrton, W. Va.,

,.. Other teams on the plus side half-dozen publishers had Drive aft but when they got there, they Sherman solidifledhis gains. and Armco Steel at Butler, Pa.
In home the Mil. meet. but like Grant, his boss,he still Bethlehem's
attendance) are Ject d It, some with form Corps found Lee's army there too, pilot model wlU
waukee Braves 57,778, phlladel. tern of regret six of the still astraddle the road to Richmond had an Important army betweenhim soon be In op-ratlon. Republicis
b phla Phillies 51,''', Chicago Then Kim's luck (' to 18. Lee and his target. building oxygen furnace
was not easily outfoxed -
Cubs 32,885, Detroit Tigers 22,. George Bra tiller agreed to John Haz plants which could accommo.::
277, New York Ms \8,848Chi.. Itch his novel, "The Mart> Law School date continuous casting units
Justice Warren
cago White Sox 13,827, San And Long Beach State ( ) five Negro The two armies fought againthe later. McLouth Is experimentingwith
Francisco Giants 12,397, Baltl. came through with a Job Drive re--It was getting to be habit.Grant's Urges Break For the process
more Orioles 10,254. St. Louis.Ing English They knocked men were crossing the But some email companies
Cards 4,855 and Houstan Colts The book leaped Into the took his North Anna on pontoon bridges Poor Before Bar have units already In operation:

i I" 3,125. atller list on the strength containing May 25 when AJ. Hill of -Chief Roanoke Steel, Roblln Steel,
t 1 The' Los Angeles Angels and sensational reviews.In Lee's army attacked one WASHINGTON (AP> Connors Steel division of H. K.
Justice Earl Warren urged to.
, Minnesota Twins are most re.ponslblt his office between brMgehead. AU along the river, Porter.
day better break for
for the droo In the Agate L Kim spoke quietly Of his the lighting\ spread;Hill was re- Americans a before the bar poor of The reason stems to be that
total. The Angels trail their fame. calendar be. pulsed and Grant his men Justice. this Is one Innovation which the
figure by an4.th. "I'm not got small firm, as well as the large
1(63 122,7(4 so sure I like which across, but when he got to the "Wt cannot give meaningful can afford. ,
I by 79,172. Others behind this ht said
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worriedly, "1 have taken other side, Lee was entrenched import to constitutional prinCiples .
in attendance are the flew York myself doing a lot of things and 3 In In the field d criminal i
another one of hU
Yankees 50,841, Boston Red Sox shouldn't bt doing, like beginning angular
defenses-the kind had law as long as the poor cannot
47,218, Kansas City A's 15,061, speeches and appearing on Era. To find that effectively! assert their rights In RENEW YOiJR
Pittsburgh Pirates 10,874,WashIngton vision. I should be writing in the He cost so many Federal lives at our courts he said. MOOTS LICENSE !
Senators 3,526 and Clnelnnatl stead," : must add SpottS)Ivania. DtJR/NC/ / YOUR
Reds 2,342. The figures Kim, 32, II slightly built, date in the After two days of rather mild Ban HOHJHr.
Include Sunday's games, a handsome fact that seems fighting Grant pulled up and It Pays To Advertise

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resident or visitor In ease of Saying K the isles oi < 11'"i

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located on the Weal wall of the Mrs. CJ. Quick, from I:am.:ii-\

ca.-pon. The direct Ions for the lie. They allele a week MI:,> 'I I I.

JWIofra/ 2 2/07 'tie! of the kit are [plainly written fishing and reported circln "

on the Inside of the box. snook weighing up 10 Ilp i >im,> i ',

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l his sister Mrs.Hanna Samuel: Mr.lndMre.RaJj'hHuntl"t"\

l-Armouncemenrs : from, Lake land, t'loridavisited staying at the ties ol 1 < aj! : i ,::1

38-Autos For Sale 55-5torcs Office them last weekS They spent/ Fishing Lodge last week f f.H i a

PlAZA BEAUTY three days swimming shellIng week of snook
SALON fishing "Tie
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IRS E. T......".' Tr.il Memorial Day Bunding ttl 50 pei Me, "iSt "'11I sunning and fishing. caught' snook on light 'ackle : :
Midway 2.723BcatsMotors So. Welkin, 4. 'ar... IIafi Mr. and Mrs. M. Lewellen i}
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MAKE 4/IllS 1t1t and their grand-daughter are they caught weighed 1 I"' ,I"n .1 ', Ft
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OOAT BROKERAGE lassO cor from Wood now I I 57-Houses For SsleThree apartinem on !Nassau: accomplishment whenr: >u J c I

:1 LISTINGS' URGENTLY (3CORVAIR bedroom. S Ire...4 lenei. Street. sldcrthe fact that the v h, u :"> Ji1

\, lab Mertm NEEDED- MI! I 37s1IunkImt ...,.. AT. monia RAH. .WSW I dr. luckat ond with'lovely o eturdy" lendcapmg cyclone' I.ocS.ri oncloted' THE BIG I BEL LOW S Former boning champion and opera fancier Cent Tunntymaaaurei R.E.A3 Lticsdo usual Ecky Kelley and log 8 pound test I line. '11it\ reported "1

/ Ch... Cr.fl t.li, FORD G.,..,. 4 D,,, AT|204 PS> among many I..tll'"* of ISo < ElICIt of dramatic, tenor James/ McC'acken at Iho Met. WcCrackan appearing' atOtello. Jr. spent their that the snook siv: > > he. V
,1/1 M "'H. WSW IMSUICK I b.droonn bump o. cIty .."" / precious school-free weekend and il.lrll' .'
anpanded HIS cheat o4 fighting
aod..r In Lake Park, Only, to 4hchet That ana it greater thin any boning CPtlInnpIOtbS.AntiSmoke longer i i Ii!
II Ft Crmby boil M HPHomtlilt U 113150 Tarma available. Call swimming: and fishing. This yea .
Motor Nw top ntw tpaciat. Conv V.,. AT. owner. Ml' 24921 before 100 weekend their fishing
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Mil. tkit .nd >kl ,lick.lt ClllMl Pall PS WIW 249 PM not Pete Booth Scott \ II', 1,

l/t 14751 M5Buiinets.ft., 10 A M II PRIVATE PALE: Law In vain. They managed to landa Jim Tretwell and Geoi' ,;, i I'' '

CADILlAS, DaVlllo 4 dr, hi NO SROKtRS EGLER'SORNER 17-pound .11.,<.k. They called from ,'
AT. PS, Leeaburs FlaM ,1.1\< < / I
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Opps. RH. WSW 349 1 beth home in THE MOORINGS Birds 87 MARION catch a joint effort as the Isles of Capri I'tehlng: ): i ,',!l'l3:,
PONTIAC.' Tampoal Wagon 1295 Bringing 80RKNSEN both boys took turns
Central 11.1.0 4 air pulling him last weekend. Mi. l KITCHEN CABINET DISTRIBUTOR : IMPERIAL crown. 2 dr. hi, conditioning, carpeting' throughout in.
wanted (or the most AT. PS. PS. pw. RtH. anc.pl 2 bedroom Com frequent visitor to tlu Lsle
complct Imi of modular kit, WSW 211S pl.,. kitchen: Including ditpotal Back To LondonLONDON Speaking of school the students and has been
than etbinttt in .oulh.rn Florid RAMBLER ."'... Wagon AT ond diahwaiher, Nice acreenedporch I brinx: Ing so:"'" 'lice
Raply Bo. 1731 A I Coli,,, PIN A/C Ills paved drivewey, toaaed . . S C are looking forward to snook In. Last weekt-iul ho i i,
County Nawi. 1121,71 H lawn P10005 P91 AP) The liquid their
0 5104 sine slimmer vacation here on his rheii ,
guests caught llmii: 'I i isnook.
mites of the dawn chorus
RAMBLER 4 ,. II PM 1/2111 are
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7-Dogs Cars Pets ShIft., Ovardrlvo, A/C. filling the London air onre parents The largest 'I tht
RAN Its 58-lots For SsleVtsterfront I more. It is an almost forgotten who donn appreciate( getting' up weighed L4poisidssnd7'<"il::iu' ,

On. year old ....,. pood I.. pad or.DODGE Now Point Wagon V S. AT Hoat 1095 music which is gIving the Lon. Who will be the Champion of the men woo LV,: .>rott Baldwin early In the morning are looking Ml'. and Mrs. M.A. I ,"

bi2tI'|,.. Ml I lISP attar I P M SI Lots donor a new spring In his stride Champions?? Final roll-off for w'.th: a 58r.!>.:ZOO.! I'.a' Bunting was forward to It. Friday Lathe and hio'a. Perry's sbt" i,. i :t.

IMPERIAL Crown 4 dr. It. Vand.rb.lt load Eitate and turning the open spares of the Furniture Fair Tournament high for the cils with a 465.165 last day of school and the brother-in-law Mi.anJMi! .

12-Help Wanted AP AT. PS. PS, Pw. P...... WSW Lot Lot I I.. block Block L J. unit unit, 2 2IS the capital into chattering will be this weekend at Brook followed by BotUe /Iloverman464 kids here couldn't be happier.( Oreen, arrived SutkaI! ': I the'

PONTIAC 159$ ,SOO Cash for both lotl "" 0.. aviaries. side Bowl. All teams entered and Mary Jo Glhhl 4CO. Don Chen Mr. and Mrs. Glaze from
Conv. AT PS, PS. Isles of
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JAM, or write Don Holland 740 12) have already bowled their four sor threw 188single Leo Ward. ( MIt'rrom :
fart lime and full limt mod' WSW Now Point 109 Birds have not been in such Miami
aid heuaaman Avenue. Traeeur laland' Fit, Springs FU. stayed I Hale ah. Their HIM I day
naadad It tha U Phon. 310.7154sli abundance since smoke and rimes at Pine Lanes. There rip 171, Marcy ?? 153, Lauretta
....h Club l4ot.l. the Deknatels last week. of
to tha houtakaapar Apply InBarton FORD. 2 Or. "," Std ahift. lob smog drove them from the will be a championship trophy Fraley 151, Jim Swanson 158 fishing with C3pt.1 'aul \\.I:J.cht'II.l'rovl..J4uhef.1II"III J.-

lat RAH 49$ Coojuma 1odtl.r .1oiFisl for the men and one for the wo. Frank Unkolexs lCD, Virginia They caught a large variety of "r.
ChEVROLET crowded city to suburban
.I.AI 4 Dr. location IS,000. Owner MId.oay far. fish and were
HT AT PIN PS PS. 2 H4 1/11.101 den and wooded hillside. They men. High game, scratch. In Morgan 144 and Edith Stone. 133.SCRATCIf..ItI especially phased and! MU.l'erry.1'<' piopeitowners .

13-Help Want. Female A/C 79$ are returning in Increasing each division will also receive h) was Tex Kav with four snook. and firqmrnt vi .no ,
Eipanancad offic wo,.". pra 57 101 D"v. Far Sala 0' TOd. numbers with strict enforce trophy. erman fin 199 with brother Mrs. Clifford Nelson and to the Ittos Mr. anil MI .
larably. ovar IS So.... knoolad CHEVROLET. 4 Dr Sdn, VS Wrote G J ....b.rt. ZUO Poll. It seems a* though at the be. Bob dose behind SCO.ISS.Gene Mrs. Fred Wenzel of Napk-s and! and .
|. ol bookkaapini, and Std Tram RAH $9$ R..,. D",... Coo.. ment of antipollution leplsla. lYrry Mr. Mi>. '. Apply at N.pl.t An.og typ .UICK. 4 Dr. HT AT PS lion which now constitutes tl., ginning of each session of bowl. Chamherland shut a 553.186. Richard apent Sunday afternoon swimming caught a mixed vai'lets of
i Plata t/6ll PS RAH 19$ ing, whether it be the winter or Golden bombed out a 233 and with the
DODGE. 2 Dr. HT AT. RAH 59-Acresge most the whole of greater sunning l.1L snupper" shrerwhead, ,II'd',
(wiior baauty oparclor, _... ,... PS 44$ London as a clean-air tone. summer season, the subject of singleton, B.D. Hyder had I 211, Loaches. flounder
.bility, of .000055 shop Good M DISTRESSII!) Owner tends The evacuation had made, bowling etiquette come up. Most Ev Baldwin 205, Walt Brehm 204,
pay to right Raply Coo ) .. Also the 1 Mrs of
axrton money 10 acre SSSO toteprice staying at
llil Ak c/* (;olh.. County PLYMOUTH. Wso.. V I. R. Collier County Reel E*. London almost barren of bird. times one can let their commonsense Jack Hatcher 200, Carl Arm. SNOOK PLENTIFULThe
Nt*a_J/HM Std Shift 2 dr 145 t.,. Ml 2 Mil Open lund.",*. song. Only a few hardy str.,. prevail. While tfnodyEneltsh" brust and Bu-t Walworth 199, Capri I tinting Lodge last weekend -
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SECRETARY WANTED: PER: R 395 1/20,tf glen hung on the grimy 1* all right a* long Bud Iloguo 198, Geie Tillman we ret (Day Stellnnn ">r
MANENT WORKING POSITION.CONDITIONS PLEASANT CADILLAC. 4 Dr AT PS, PS. for 1 acre trailer tract or. OIl hematite acre --I .c over,. perky sparrows and the pigeons, a* it 1* confined to your own I i 194 and Huble 11111190.IfIGIILANDERS..Gt snook are getting mere pkml- Venus, I Is.; Harvey I .ligI 1 : of%
CALL MI t 53l FOR APSM PLYMOUTH RAH A/C WSW 4 D,. Sdn. RtH 79$ tract with electricity cod begging for crumbs in lane and doe not Interfere with >ne Tessler ful and the Island was filled Lake Placid "Fls.j and MI.
road Other ..,.. .
If Std Shift, 49$ t0 dn (20 big par "'0.$5 and tracta up. gar Square, the Tr.Ial.I clan.I other, loud noise.*-foot ntomplng.jumplng won himself a coveted and extremely with fishermen from near and Talmadgc Watson ofVfiuii.'

S.ct.lary for I law odca youn OLDER MODELS Colder County Real E...,.. MI terlng along the rooftops of up and down are hard to get patch. Heron. far last week. They spenr AKWt of thcii iimf

Clod typitt Enp.nanca not raquirad $J Chrysler NY. 4 dr.. AT. 2/litfwth 2 39M Open Sunday Whitehall, and the exotic Man. objectionable. This can upset verted the difficult 7.10 ..plil.Do't Among these fishermen were Stiook-flshlnjr.. And IKK "lIh."ltslk'Ceas.
4200 1I11.1f PS. Fluid
$0 Drlvo 17$ ___ darin ducks bowlers several lane away, as know what the alliS are on Mr. D. Hawkins and Mr. J.
Chrysler' Win. 4 dr.. AT. H acre rtact 15 00 dn. and I and red.crested I they eHght ,ii I", /iimii: : \
14-Help Wanted Ma). PS, RAH Fluid DrIve 34$ as 00 per mo no Intereat. 1350 pochards Imported to St. their mind I Is on s particularspot thl* one but you ran M they're Kessler from Miami. They each day and renrnpdlioi i :,,, MI ,
D.. mIle, from Gold. Gale James's Park. Other visitors they are aiming at and they ItlKh. Jack ll.itiher led the league caught four snook
$MKI Per Month WOOD CHRYSLER City, Collier County Reel E- I "all weighing: up an Icebox full of fMI. i Ir i IIshouldn't
tat Ml 2.Mil. Open Sunday. were rare- get shook up" when ..lIchunnece.llary with a 513 175, Gone Tessler 503. to 11 pounds, 12 otllIt'fS. white ,
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PLYMOUTH a bird life
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maka 1(00 ; fishing out of the Isles of Capri .
month to tall their fish ,
QuIck ciao'' 20 ,... Charleno Graham storhJ
161 proihued
tha famous Whit Crott Plan. 2640 N. Troll MI 11551Mobile .c "' the royal park Just publishedby Motel and
Intend around ,N.Mi ..LaadaurmthMl ., t.t.Sc,...lotI Collier, ,.m.County. Dp.. R..I E. a government committee BROOJsSIpp BOWL, ,lIlt? ..}7'JQlII'r, Glnnte Baldwin 170, Marina. They rrvi'shrimp. ,IIey !, h 'LI.1C.fll( ; ""I'UM"" .

(and Catualty Writ.Co.Bankura 201 A.Life., "- Homes Si'lwstf Siodsys. says the whole picture has BUCKS 5 SQUAWS-O.B. On.ceoli Carol C.ml"'n| 168 Fay llalcher: cvidgtit I an thensrt&ok, win Cong rat,ulattons go "III I I., feal"

Plata' Saratola or call ISi 1711 changed. There are 800 acre of starred for the Bucks with 160 and Juan Hylor 156. "i-aul vvinrheii''' 1 1,,. I
J/4. tOanaral $0 e 10 I.'.... Trailer., It maybe a 565.207 Paul Abraham Mr. and Mrs. M. Reese also
movad or lot rantod 1.. al 62-Business Property royal park in the center of the: son the wonderful! nelghhoi I'' ,
:utility man to: maintain, L... Kelly aftar I 30 P M Ml capital and the cuckoo once, reached a 551.203 and HowieFollls ,of Miami, spent the weekend Gulf one day last week.

flow Goldan knowfadfa' G.la buildmit( al.clrit.l.. Raquirat 2 (341. S/2 It Highway frontage. 130 t front lost to London-has been sight 548. Angle Salmon lod Torpedo From at .the isles of Capri( Motel love you. Daddy'
plumb. o P.ntoriu I.. trailar.. lot full foot Between Naples and Marco ed in all the Squaw with a 524.179. hazel
nt and air cond.Io.lng Itland, turnoff Collier County of them. and Marina. They caught six
ly lurniahad (3$ dn |3$ a
Goldan Int.r.tiad Gala appI.c.nIconlscl Planning, Olica month ceo than 1100. Midway Reel E.t.t.. Open Sunday Also sighted have been klttl. AbraJiamson 508.171 (twice), Eva Civil War DaysIs snook weighing up to 10 1/2

f Tamiami Trail.,_>/?>,on it 2S4. /2tl! 1/20. WILt65Cen. wake gull and puffin up from Hogue 495.194 and Wanda Rice Detonated pounds while they were -
rraI.r' wllh Cabao. coastal 491.180. Ted Below fired lone tryIng House CommitteeOKs
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SALARIED spotted fly. for thiv
POSITION port for root 0' soIl, PIes as.1.9'op. Real Estate catcher the 209, E. Campbell 201, Joe Sal. GKFENV1LLE Mis. (AP)- %. snook,they caught I
LICENSED MI 14.51 garden warbler
REAL ESTATE or several irai with a
PERSONNEL REQUIRED 11" SPRING waxwlng and crossbill mon l87i Jim llaynes and Wayne A century old experimental| torpedoHiudged trolling
CALL Ml (130. 1/2411 Even the great spotted wood. 192. Rex Polly came up from ItO Civil WAr large huekrJI. Foreign Aid

45-Trailers For Rent Vanderbilt, '..clt lots pecker has alighted on the roy. with a 191. Charlie Rice ISO, grave In the old, Mississippi Mr. at i Mrs. J. Martin from:

16-Help AvailableN Logoon Ave "$4500Channel al acre where the committee Sorkaloski 179, Palsy Robertson River channel 1 near Vlrksburg Chicago 111., spent one week Without Slashes '

N Taka ol Trailer,' II t week. with TV. said 134 different specie of 173.164 and Lucille Lord 168. has been rtiHonated. at the tiles of Capri Motel
car* aldarly pao $11 week. Spacea IS week Dr ....00
PIP on,.I.. toy homa WV 1 2M1. Rock Creek Trailer Pork bird have been Identified SUMMER COMMERCIAL Demolition expert blasted Ihe and Marina They went fishing WASIIISc.TONP"I) I I'p
Sp..n. 1/17If 4/2111 Royal Harbor Iota EpIanMntT the nln with 247 cigar-shapod Union navy torpedo
hp..n.ad a and shelling. The shell blreh.: ,"," |10' I"IlIj"'| I",' pf i

kaapar, Ml J aacralary Ma M booh.M Mullet Lane _56900 '7150M..U. game and a S6I series was-I-I. Tuesday at Greenville Air are plentiful. as are the fUh. flout, Johnson s I lIlly I list '"I I i

48Apts. For Rent Aiport Daniel Jr. Simpson used a Force Base. The Man Ins brought In large of getting thing "ih>ni, >,
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Lovely view of 215 for 550. The torpedo was discovered
23-Misc. For Safe Furnithed, apt lor rani III per I Joe Salmon catches of snapper( re-Jflsh and It !!ei VI' to ret the foreign, it.1
and Bob Sunday by William W. Felkerof
week Inquire ol 1401 Creech Naple Say JI350"Remember Gather each had a 202 snook. bill tlUot>Kh the House I Ii" "tin'
rent buy or.II" Committee and It m:
Ml t.7J7424Mics. w.'h"il2 .. lie Rice 201 Vlrksburg. Felker said he drove Mr. and Mrs. Ooh Smith arrived -
EIfc..n. Day. W.... 0. contact John Boutwell!), well get the Mil ,ill the wn,
Mo.th. (IRIS MOTEll. MI Lucille Oils Leah Brown Paul Abrahamiott and Moon Mul. home "with the thing rolling Sunday at the isles of
,.IIOZ: 0' MI 1.111. Vir.il Marcum, Bob Jaeger S through Congresit virtu,ilh un
For Rent tins 190. around In the bark of my car." Capri Motet and Marina for toUf lii d.

'NEVER cmocy.Omo.r'o Ar larle, .004.lurnitIled SI.....SIt,," DEWEY POLLY JOHN SKULL FHVniO FRY..Lead.I A. W. Banton, resident hlstor- I week of snook fishing. The For the first time MH' e

;",,. tay u.-:: o.r.ntu. Ilka,. Apt.. MI 1.4"5 0' MI 1-I1U. REALTYCorner By E. ZATE tog the league Will fry">I Ian of the Vlrksburg National Smiths are from Miami SlId the foreign "ItI'It"lm/ started

lor cl.anini: carpata. Root alac- Modern I bedroom unlurmalT, i'assenger traffic took a Danny Mulllni with a 538190. Military Park, said a check with have been fishing here before. bark In the day aftei WIll "
IrIS thampoo.r ||. Naplaa fur. ad APARTMENT with c_ of let Avo U.. kTamiaml the Smithsonian .
nitura Co. J/2' pl.,. kitchen, Near beach and trIll slight dip last week with a Hazel Abrahamion- pro
ahoppmi, MS Ith Ava, ... MI MI 24351 total of 72 passengers carried 11:14.184Evi: /llogue 478, Jim the torpedo was the first Everglades Fishing Tournament Committee did not ..
2 1393. 4/255' such of Civil
26-Personal Between r; pies ana .Miami on Sheets 474 and Larry Lee 180. vintage ever for the largest number of cent from the total.

Sabal Shorts Apt. Mallards Making the scheduled (lights. Demand Frod Sheets tossed a lone 212, discovered. snook releases. He Not only that, It added l nn
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS YEAR ROUND LIVING for still Marvin LeMaslers 201, MlkeSta. truly extra !\
seats remains fairly J124 million to JOCk up the
Man ,' Modern, one bedroom and ., be called s good sportsman and
oowom.p ll
w dnnkmsproblatna At Home In
,: Aol lor nalp by call ficiency. Apia furmehae TV Selves well balanced In both directions cay 113. Chris Croak had nice Texas Executioner a skilled fisherman. war effort In VM N..m. making
in* Ml' 14351, V.i.tort. cordially cable In Monthly or year and all carried 121-119 singles, Bill Jensen 116 a total of about! '3.5 billion 'inr
",., ,, round Ml 244)5 Rr Detroit Suburb nights a Mr. and Mrs.
co..ad. M..t ".. In rat Kelly end sad Jb Jo Rice 105. Succumbs Suddenly Ralph Madder eionomU aid and military is
.aptiat Church Anna on Ith .reca Ave 1IJ.t' good load factor during the period frequent visitors the hies
St at 7th Ava. Tuaa and Mich. AP-A Utame lo iountrlM around the
frl n.ghl al I' 30 ovary P M I Itd,.... lurniahod. epte Near GIBRALTAR ( ending Sunday night. Ing honor went to the Crlnkenborger HUNTSVILLE, Tex (Ar- arrived from Miami Sunday for world.
beach and ahoppmf Weekly, couple of dozen mallards are
RUBBER STAMPS thai tubS monthly' or year ..ou./"i'. making themselves at home In After much delay and frustration *. Paul blasted a 582 let The executioner for the Texas I week of snook fishing out of A final routine vote by thecommittee
a *ood Impraaaion Any aba. 017 2 3041 ; the il-passenger with two 203 game and Ju ty a prison system, Cat. Joe B> rd, the Isles of
Ona day sarvico, Call., ... County this Detroit suburb, but their Capri( Motel and on a rlean IWO 'DI
11I-. II apt 1 bedroom No peta lurmahed or children, eficiency MI days as town characters maybe Lockheed which remained with !557-200. Eva Houe listed !509- died 1\Iel.Lly of a heart atta( k Marina. the bill U exi,..'t... to
2.3317 or MI 2.$91*. 4/ilf numbered. the Southern operation after the 189, Hare! Abratumson 488, Pat at tho ate of 78. Representing Ssrasota Is Dan end It on itt way to the I House
38-Autos For Sal. ton 463.Gwm Bowers roll ByH'i role as official exerutloner ,
schedule Ercle
1'0 pO 1100 heavy was finally delivered floor.
The ducks waddle around town Doon who Is
... ,.... ,. .. staying at the
I Itd apt "'cl. el her highest league game 179.Robert Wilt 5 < lowly guardedaerret
IHt Thund..d. H"dtop. M t c,.. TV. A,. C_. 145 4119Ani. quacking for handout They back Into service last until Isles of Capri Mo.ellnd! Mar La.t year, tiy contrast, President
H. Powar window ...". Fat 10. MI I 4512. $/$.tf have been known to march Monday. The ship sports new Lawhon showed a 192, hi* death. Officials ina. He arrived here John F. Kennedy first
.tory air conditioning, Low mil- ;;;;;;;;;;dT"iiedroompt: down the alkies of a engines and overhauled propel. Sue Ward 157 and Cap Crant converted Jwrllimil to sax how many lime Sunday asked for $4.9 billion forlhepigram. ,,<
Ml 24104 grocprystore and will be here for
a fur I PM421tl ment Mugs living room kitchen the 37. h* had thrown the electric chair a week
lors By the time II had thre i ied
and bath Ml 1 3151 2/2S.U campling merchandl&e. plus a fancy red white BELLES AND PEA VS.-Leading switch of our wonderful' snook flslilng.Mr. .
Ma They lay their Us way through the apt"">i n
VW Sunroof loadad with wherever and black
paint Job. .
air and__._ .LA...,._ F riuihuJi.
..t,... Car con bo aaan .. they please. n. .. _. .". anon protess It came out u
list Mich..n. Avo. N. Naplaa.PM 49-Houses For Rent craft will be used on the Na- of Ft.
Lsuderdaie5sper last |3.3 billion.
aft.. A tm,I* ; ples-MIaml run foranothertwo j e '
Four whaal driva .. P"v.,.. Fwrmihed I Itd,.... "...... Year PUBLIC NOTICETO weekend at the Isles of Capri Foreign Affair Chair .r,
| p werks
and In ....11.... conalition, phMl around Near Rook Chek Mi at which time It will Motel and Marina snook fish Thomas E. Morgan ).PA., laid
I $904 batOn IS o,m. or 2 tno' II,. MOne ALL PERSONS WHOMIT be ferried back to Province- : "f U |*st years "evrybod> .Inoked
aftar S p"" I/1'.M 7nd. two bedroom houaa.fwrntahod town for the ing.Mr.
City water nearTrail MAY CONCERN: "July rush". and Mrs. Jim Yoder on thlt a* a pa Tho filed. her ::9"
undareigned lIst Application
Muit Sell! and achool Three lochooao for final Discharge aa Still to come out of the shops from West Palm Reach arrived 1 II a complet rtvcrsal. I tlunk
HO I Ronault 4 CV PH Ml from Reeionablo. rIbs E.....t". of the Last Will of Is the twin engine Apache which 'I the Pretl'loiit took look at th: ,
IMJJ. l/t4St From |5$ to li$ per mo Ml James Slaughter Mihan, Sr ... at the Isles of Capri Motel
24001 M W. WatkmaMI Is undergoing extensive NtJ thing anti said he wssnt gnu::,
.... modifications
.... ond will m the 25ih day I and Marina Saturday for a week
Ono; bedroom furnhed of J"... and ( through that prcx'xlure and run
or un .964 apply to the County overhaul. Like 'P4. r44
LOOK HEREI I fu.n,,,,,,, h...... Call after 4 Judge of Collier. C.....,'. Florida ) of fishing and relaxation. Mr. that gantlet."
P M Ml 2 Mia 1/22 If for Final Diacharge o* ouch Eaacutrli. the Lockheed. It Is several Toder II taking what might be

Wondering where to go 1 bd'.... furnxned houM Nut weeks behind schedule, and its called s busman's
LUCY M..MAN holiday. lie fish
said to have
are an
; With your car problems tier H | County School Real Sill per Catata"' 0. Col Ml M., 21. n June I..'. 194 .IM absence Is sorely felt by the 1s s builder of sailing catamarans. unusually sensitive sense of
Factory Flnlah Paint Job 2 )*n Other rentala abs Ooen IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT local airline It will be another Catamarans are rafts smell.ly .

Wracka FtabuHtTunoupo Sundaya i/lIlt fN AND 'OR fl3tLe: "_"........v. two or three weeks before the
n. .
GOING ON! VACATION FLORIDAIN ship Is back In serviceat which .. _

Front and ollfnmont,, I ROOM COTTAGE SLEEPS IN RE. ESTATE PROBATE OF time It will be ferried direct
Motor OvarfiaulTranamlaalon I ALL ELECTRIC MITCH
rebuIltLubrlc.tioP EN AVAILABLE BY WEEK JESSIE MacLEAN D........ ly to Provlncetown the sum f

SrakaaPoliah LIMA -Ml J700 2 4117 FT ELEVATIONCALL I/U Iirbdrm. JESSIE All creditor MacLEAN of th* Mtale of Those riding Naples-Miami -- \ \

I, 4 Wax | turn dream heua. hereby notified. and. required decoaed. to file era, last week included "''r. and
Dont look silt furtnor bids room hoe giaa, eliding' any claim or damenda which
Sao door I....... to Urge **rndporch It iti..o.! sad eatot* m they th* Mrs. S.F. Brlggs (round trip New
Lovely' both with tunkentil office of tho County Judge of Cot. same day). Mr. and t.lrs.J.ck Year Round Dally Schedule
Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. tub N... new So. Gate lier County. Florid m the Court.
School Ml 2I1M 4/21M hou.. et Napie' *. Florid within Connell. judge Richard Stanley
u. tin st. N. MI i IIHMap.a 5Icilssd.p Naples T. Miami
Flo, "i7S1th Avenue, Su.t" month from tho dale of Mil Zimmerman. Mrs.J.
tho Each firl claim pubiicetHO of hit notice Winkier Mr.lnd Mrs.C.Brlt- 71.cS A.M. 1 11.30 1 A.M. 3..cS PM.:
MUTi4M I4AIflFLOPIOAa or demend mull be in
Of ...,
,, .
.h04 '.om boll
writing ond moot and
atato the piece tan. Mr. Mu, Cj.
Wilt CHMO "' adult only 515184 of reaidenco and Pod Offte.
WTURM FOR ANOTHER VISIT mofith Call M> 2 SMIIIIH of th* claimant and muM k*addreao aworo Mr. and Mri.R.RobinsonAJU Miami T. Naples

lo by Iho claimant hi* agent or Ardery, Mr. and MM. J.H. 9:00: A.M. 2,15 P.M. 5:00 P.M.
[kdrm. houa furniahW Call hi. attorney or K will become
Ml 2.1M ollor I. II pm. wood) .. Slater, Mr. and Mrs.JohnCow-
1/Jltf /:;.GfotGI.r. ALLEN. less and Fort Myers Mayor Paul 'OIlIlHt'-' as4 R'ul.. .. Ie aa, poiat .is the world

4REET Senk Trust of Officer Nople of the Myers. JF# NAPLES AIRLINES

t4-Trsde or Sell E cattier of tho E 51.11 oJOMIO < Four charters were '
M..L..... Deceeted .w'
All.... K_..*. Swarti to and from Miami Including )'tIa"" Airport C.eeturee I MIami .Alrp.rt

Will trede.. Collior ecreoco County for FWOvehicle. ReelSat.to. *Rtthard.. I$$2Ft oit A D..*.. : flights for Rudolf lloman, DIVIDED I CITY Th, snn .ce.. i I. Ilneh'.I" I III J..... t 4 74E'....'

v*. Ml 2 2411. Ope l/2S.w.tf Sundo -: ';1'.n'I.' Maurice 1.ee. and Mrs. John after 1,000 4.y..f 'Th. Wall' ai an laat German kardaroloi Ck'Tlcbt efflce IJapiea Trartl AgtacyIII 4 5-

May I'? H4 *U2 Martin. .r, right, facts Wait Carman pOlICe dang |h. karrlar.

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