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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
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Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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THURSDAY MAY 21, 1964 10 CENTS 10 PAGES 40th YEAR NUMBER 211js I
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\ !: M-NMDY, FU -Ai' unmanned mulct of the the vehicle began a gradual
I Ar ,>H" moonship was rocketed pitch into a southeast heading,
lnt I rbit by a Saturn I superi spurting a tall of flame more
booster today In the first tit a than :300 feet long as It raced LAUIICIf ESCAPE '''TIllCOWANtI
long series of launching aimedat l across a clear sky
manned lunar: landings rroJt'Cofficial.. announced
Although the rocket and three minutes after launching
S spacecraft are only early ver. that the second stage had Ignited .
& tons of the vehicles which will and appeared' to be per. 110OI1.1IIIVICI
carry astronauts to the moon, forming normally.
the flight was an Impressivestart The I90-foc4( ket.space. boRAteerasear
fur tlw $20.btlUon Apollc craft combination-tallest ever
; pre* am.Within, launched by the United States -
: EQ two years, advanced was burdened by 47S tons of lme7
models\ of both are scheduled t to procwUant. To produce the enor.
lilt three-man Apollo teams Into mous thrust for their task, the
earth orbit to prepare for moot engines had to consume fuel at
trips late In this decade a rate of nearly three tons a
EXECUTIVE MEMBERS of the committee plan. The huge Saturn 1, scoring Its second. 1.9 ITAe(
ning for the spring Shrine ceremonial to ba held 149 Draft Age sixth straight test flight sue The shot had been postponedtwice hoop
jug here June 5.6.7 were interested observers as May. cess, rumbled> skyward at 12tW because of equipment fall t tMOONSIIIP

or Archie S. Turner, seated left, and Glenn Allen, Men Say They p.m.force of under 1.5 million the tremendous pounds u ures Because of the test nature of
Collier County Commissioner, signed proclama. ,
rAThe thrust generated by the world'sgreatest the night no attempt was to be
tions proclaiming the event which is expected to Won't VietNEW known racket power made to separate the burned.
bring some 3,000 Shriners to Naples for the week. Fight plait out second stage or an Instrument .
or end. Standing from left are d Charles Alexander YORK (AP-An ad. The rocket's cluster of eight package from the Apollo
Dr. William Barrett, Ben Parks, Spencer B. Allen. vertlsement In the New York n st.stag engines, spewing I a spacecraft tit, *
B7 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tall of fire more than :300 feet Nor was It Intended to recoverthe
Clemmer carriedthe
dorf, John Smith, C. J. McMurry, Carl Herald Tribune toda burned .
long, out after Ut sec
J. Wilson names of 149 young men of satellite, which was expect.
of the Shrine Club, and
BERLIN East Ger. president
AP
( ) draft age who declare their refusal ands and (the second stage, ed to burn up from atmospheric
many's Communist boss Walter Dyches. (NEWS photo) "to fight against the peo driven by hlgh-onergy liquid friction after about a week in C.I 'TIGE
llbricht made overtures to ,
new pie of Viet Nam." hydrogen, Ignited with a 90,000. orMt.
West German Chancellor: Lud. pound thrust kick.
Abbot Lure 26 New
wig Erhard today to keep nuclear Phillip The upper Mage burned for
York listed In the advertise.
,
off German soil. Indians eight minutes and
weapons drilled the
Sorrowing Pay ment as 'treasurer of ad hoc .
Annual Chamber
Ulbrlcht said the Bonn gov. committee," said ho obtainedthe boiler flight" Apollo model Into
ernment should pledge not to orbit more than 100 miles above
names by writing to friends
manufacture nuclear arms and tin earth at 17,400 m.p.h The
around the country.
ban the stationing of such arms Last Homage To NehruNEW The advertisement lists the second stage was steered for Banquet TonightPresentation

in West Germany. He declared signers as liv.fig In IS states the first time by a new guidance
that only the "two German the District of Columbia SfMem which. will be the same of the "Out-
states" could solve the German DELHI India (AP) mourners. Foreign statesme e nand Luce a member of the executive used to place Apollo ahlronauti standing Citizen Award",spon TEST In another step toward the
problem and that foreign pow. I Prime Minister Jawaharlal and dignitaries riding In < Dot committee of the Student oil the path to the mOlln.I.uct sored annually by the NEWS moon, the U.S. today put an Apollo moonship into
ers have no right! to interfere ]Seliru'k body was committed to behind were prevented Jr I orbital figures were not
Committee for Travel to Cuba, will be made tonight at t general orbit with a launch at Cape Kennedy Fla. The
t the flames of a funeral pyre to. following closely. kb, "wn immediately. ,
of four awaiting of feet from
Is one persons> membership meeting mammoth Instrument measured 190
thou
ROME AP The deptb (iItalY'1 In ancient Hindu cere.myny Uncounted hundreds of m The spacecraft, with the
( ) day: an sea
to Cuba In 10G3 the
trial for
going Greater Chamber
of
Naples of
burner to tip before separation orbiting ttage.
economic troubles was I watched by hundreds of ands jammed the rity Bhoullnj tw.1 stag and an Instrument
s Indicated today In a treasury: I[NiHiHjiiCs: rut mourners nr the rylnr..ftt"'b1nwlnc"fl :; They despite are a free lI.&t,on Department baUt .bajL.' ..: WW"till; attach, was to orbit) Commerce set for 7 o'clockat flee atom. .tr ais' "'", (trtEA diagram. )
ministry retort warning Pre 1 banks of the sacred Jumna all at the body wrapped In In. on a course'rsnglnf HOto the Naples teach,Club Hotel.
mler Aldo Moro economic collapse River dla's colored flag and lyln HO miles high Dr, George Daughman, president .
If Inflation goes' initialled. Ending an era, Nehru's 17. atop the gun carriage \ Top U.S. Brass The National Aeronautics and of New College In Sir- 138 Awards
year uld grandson Sanjaja The crowd was so thick an Space Administration an. riots, will be the principal
HONG KONG AP)-Tyihuon I Gandhi touched a torch to the the procession so chaotic th: flounced that preliminary data speaker of the meeting which
Viola caused home( damage to 1 huge pile of sandalwood cm U.S. Secretary of State Du:: To Hold Confab indicated the satellite, weighing will alto feature t "%orld premiere .
Hong Kong, but It brought eight 'which the prime minister's body Rusk, who arrived from Want 37,300 pounds, would circle the of the color film Naples Junior High
inches of badly needed rain to I lay. ington after the funeral mart' Over SE Asia earth 37 times, about 33 hours, "Naples Redlscove red."
this droughUstrlcken British col. Polite had to beat back started, could nut join the pr before burning up from aimoK. The film the
on area was
crowds with dubs when the cession. He spent two hours a pherlc friction
lilY The typnoon which glanced off I carriage bearing Nehru's body gun Palam Airport while aides trim,I WASIIINGTON Johnson has,API ordered- President tot As the rocket's booster 41''ngines produced advertising by the Chamber funds In with Honors Top Students
Hong Kong was downgraded t, :approached the cremation site to arrange a helicopter airlift t U.S. mllltirj and diplomatic officials flashed to life, they khow. city cooperation
a tropical storm today as t I after a funeral procession the cremation site to meet In Honolulu next ered the launch stand with amass with Johnson Motorsof
veered '1 through the city. Thousands of Scores of women and child re n of flame and sent a thullederct.tp Outboard Marine Corpora.
over the Red Chin week to review the situation In
A total of 138 swards were Edwin A. Jones youth founds*
mainland :50; miles west of this I shuffling fret sent up a dust fainted under the scorching sun' the entire Southeast Asia area rolling across Cafe Ken.hotly. tion. ,It highlights attractions In
colony. I cloud that obscured even the Some were trampled. The White House announced the Naples area with emphasis! given out at the annual Naples tine
I lowering walls of the nearby today that Secretary of Mate on boating and the many water Junior High honors assembly Jane Rogers and DebbieStump
WASHINGTON AP The I Red fort. activities of the It this! morning and outgoing student < were presented straight'
( ) TributeTo Dean Rusk will preside at the community.
Sen ite's civil rights battle was Military officers lifted Nihru's LBJ Pays session next Monday and Tues County GOP was filmed during the winterby council officers( handed A scholastic awards by Henry
at a virtual standstill today, 1 burly t to their shoulders, walked Indian Leader Solana Studios. over the reins of office to four Caballero of the Jaycees.
Senate and House holding a ,long a freshly laid carpet of day.Henry Cabot Lodge, ambassa Plans Previous winners of the newcomers Twenty-two other honor roll
Joint session to hear President :I red eartn pn.ad lo the pyre and WASHINGTON (AP) Pre. dor to South Viet Nam, will fly Drops NEWS citizen award The top scholastic awards students also were named win
Eamon de Valera of Ireland 'I hen up seven steps to the san.ijlwmid ident Johnson said today that II n outstanding '
from to Hawaii to of award
Saigon parr were presented by Mrs. Edgar ners Jaycee
!
In this
before members scattered fur 'C: resting place. the death! of Prime Mini Me For Protest were, order M.P. Watkins
tlrlpute In the conference Oth Ever-hard of the Naples Civic There were 53 per feetattendance
Fun/led mourners shoutedNelirul Nehru of India the worM da Mrs Stephen F. Drlggs,
a long Memorial Day weekend.It | ers present will! 1m lute Set're Association Jane and certificates
was quiet on the civil rights ) Nehrul"! lost a leader who served al 1| tary of Ivfeime Holiert S. Me No legal action will Iw taken Dudley Ctllahue John Rogers to Rogers present"ex
front Wednesday, too. Althoughthe Even before the procession humanity In "fearless pursuit c J I I Namara and Con Maxwell D. to Invalidate the Collier County Lester Crimes, Mr, and Mrs. Steve Steele These two ninth ] by UE. Predmore, super
Senate met for five hours 'I started from the prime minis. a world free from war." Taylor, chairman of the Joint result In the Republican Prl. Lester Morris, and Il.r\ Watkins i graders were the top girl and visor! of secondary education for
and 15 minutes, only about one er's official residence, a stain. Paying tribute to the India) Chiefs of Staff. mary' election Tuesday Lester Jr.Markets. boy grade-getters In their the school system Coach Glen
hour was devoted to the House. I wile among the crowd outside leader as "a great and tu'love" The White house said there M, Item, Republican county class Stanley gave out a dozen track
passed civil rights bill. illled two persons and Injured man," Johnson said In ,i Mate s' would be other officials! from chairman said this morning letters. Six girls were cited
Leaders have dropped any 'lx.The ment that there could be n 0. Washington and from Southeast Tuusday he had filed a pro.lest STARTED IN 1058 for their work In the !guidance
idea of trying to wear down the gun carriage was hailed more fitting memorial to Nehr u 1 Asia at the talks, but did not with Edna Crlbb Santa, su. Open, Mrs. Cverlurd/ said the NCA office.
Dixie opponents at this point repeatedly' b) the vast throng of than a world at peace. name them pervisor of rp. st raU(1II,becaullO icholastlc awards to top junior
of an error In which the names of Other Stores ilgh students started In 1958, -
As If We Men Didn't Know William C. (Dill) Cramer and In 1960, the winners (then In .... et A1iE, t 'il
Frances C. Salmon -'iIW; .W
candidatesfor
when and
eighth grade junior
pouts on the Republican Na. Close Saturday :
lenlor combined
high were )
I : tlonal Committee were TODAY INHISTORY
printedIn
More In bold faced type while the names Most of the stores In the Na. were ChrUtUe Campeau and
Women [ Just a few
Working Naplesmarried of their opponents wereinlighter pies area will be closed all day' itanley Joynt on.
faced type. Saturday. but the markets all lays ago, MM, Everhard gave
"I regret the error In the bal. of th m_wlll ha upon as usual, lilt the lop senior high icho- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
SPECIALTOTHE NEWS I women. Then have been and scml'prepared foods thj 1 per 'fit' noire tl ,in -'Income-i, 1 lut, Hern said," but I am con. tie. Post Office will bo clou. 1 1ed antic swards to those same Jf ;. .
,entering the labor market at a make housework less than a full. families vinctKj that It was an honest except for special delivery tend wo students M t' '
NEW YORK.The number of wo. I rapid rate. For the most partIt time ue"upatlon. In Napli H, .. ..rcll' to the mistake" ll. indicated that ac. ,ingoing dispatches Dank.Ing Outgoing student council head Today Is Thursday, May 2H,
men in the labor force in NaplesIs I has boon after age byv.hldl The combined ear Unc' at thus o lat<'ft "" i,i .q 4 I I" ,.t..1.. ,ill tiou i, w'AIM be futile in view (if ; 1 lnntllutli! and city and COli'" Corer; Dryan passed his! gavelo the MOth day of IJ84. There are
on the rise. I time their youngsters :are well women has reached more tha,n I" al jobs ,rf10./ i I''' 'admen, the tolaliamassed by the var. ty department are closed on t Incoming Gary Wll- 217 days left In the year
The old saw that woman's place along !In school. $:8 billion a ear T I't.!' ( e, fu" P.! ''iltrl, lous indldate throughout the Saturday anyway mayor Today's highlight In history
Old Steve
1s In the home is being widely HELPS FAMILY Overall, aCIrdln: ; ti, th, NJ. State i :S, pier nd stale and that an) hanga in the Th- Collier County New will 1 lens vice-mayor On this date In 1794, George
disregarded With every passing Their object is to bolster family tlonal Industrial mferer f lord.;., :)4.' vole rr-re :uld In n vay affect >e jptn as usual putting together ,Steele, congratulated! Ms sueessor Washington received his bap.
year a larger proportion of the earnings so as to prepare for Board, such families spend per '-e:it the final tate.wlde outcome. the Sunday edition l : Mary tJoynton. Sec retry tlsm of fire at Great Meadowsnear
female population Is to be found the heavy education costs facing t Lynn Hajj! gave way to what now Is Pittsburgh
in the business, industrial and them and, at the same time, to .-..-. ._ --_. Nancy I'arker. andoldtreasur The skirmish with the Frenchwas
professional worlds. keep themselves busy, .Ir Katy Creason welcomed new virtually the beginning of
Married women are responsl. Making It possible, nowadays, t reasurer Jerry Davis! the French and Indian War.
tie for most of this Increase. :Is the vast array of appliances, On this dateIn
More and more of them are find. ISCIIOLARSIIIPThirty 1934, the Dlonne qutntup.
ing it possible to discharge their seven students re- lets were born.
home responsibilities and still Judy Garland elved: scholastic! recognition by In 1037, Neville Chamberlain
have enough time left to take ling) given Student Coun- became British prime minister.
jobs, part4lme or fulUlmc. Unconscious, 1 e { cal: scholastic swards. Mrs. In 1940, the evacuation of
On the basis of the latest 1 Dunkerque started
a 1 Adolph Canant of the (faculty
1
,
Government figures, approxl. HospitalizedNEW barso In 1941, the Naili capturedthe
mately 40.3 per cent of Naples resented' flvt-sennester capital of the Island of
female population, above age 1-1, YORK (AP) Amt:,"1. ninth graders Robert Cow. Crete.In .
Is now In the labor force. C an Broadcasting Co. corre. len, Deborah I Ktpp, Margaret 1945, superfortresses made
When compared with the pro. pondent Stanley' Rich reportedn I II .1011. and Patricia Kepass. their first raid on Yokohama
portion of working women in the I a broadcast from Hone Kong There were 21 first-senes Japan.
United States as a whole, 34.51{aday that singer Judy Garland er award winners. two two- Ten years ago-Five CoJimu.,
per cent, this Is high. It tops, hal teen rushed to a Hong semester. scholars, and 10 n'st party members were con.
Kong: hospital unconscious and vlcted In Sl. Louis
also, the Couth Atlantic States' I three-semester winners on charge
35.9 per cent. i B a critical condition. ::',* "I Druca Evans was named win of conspiring to overthrow the

The figures are from reportsof The nature of Miss Garland ler of tl,* scholarship to Camp U.S. government by force: .
the Department uf Commerce, ('t rouble was Dot given 'Arrowhead at Jackson Ohio, five year ago The Big
adjusted to March 1964, In line Rich reported, however, that (t theRENEW Four foreign ministers met In
: The! award by
with new data on the labor force, I Miss Garland i* said to I* ter. sponsored Washington with President El.
compiled by the Bureau of Labor I rifled of storms and that she senhower who asked them to re.
Statistics.In Has stricken in her hotel peen -- I M" efforts at Geneva to find
I'i
Naples at the present time, I is a typhoon raged outside Itb GRAY LADIES of the Shadowlawn School were Ladies program who pn sented the certificates, a peaceful solution to world
the number of women In the local i 10 m.p.h. winds. awarded caps and bars for 1 ,130 hours of servicemies Vicki Phillip, Thelma U'peks, Emma Uhl, Hazel YOURDRIVER'S problems.One .

labor force Is estimated at 840. I Miss singing Garland tour.:She was had winding told Rich upI nt the school in cere me, yesterday. From left Whidden, Frances Town tend: Vivian llody, and [ t1CENSE !. distlosxi. year Pope ago John- The XXID Vatican was
Close to 94 per cent of them are WRING YOUR
actual) wnpliyed 't he cU> before that it hold boon arc Gudrun Jloffmar i chairman of volunteers Marge F'aite cochairmanwas who with Mrs. Hoffman suffering from a tumor, report,
The great bulk of them are'''miserable" for the American Red I I"row: sponsor of the Gray in charge of the nonie' ( NEWS: photo) BIRTH MONTH tng his condition




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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tharadar, May 28. 1X4 Neutralists Ask

I November 30 Hospital Report


ADMISSIONS Soviet Arms For

I THE WORLD TODAYBy { { 9.z 5-19 Nelson Servis,Gloria

Group DenyRogers' Johns. Merrell Golden Pearl Fight In Laos

JAMES MARLOW Calhoun. John Strouse, Elsie

toclot4 P,... N.w Analyst Kodel, Mary Barclay Dorothy VIENTIANE, Laos i.AP)>-L :.
Claim Blankenship, Hezzle sparks.5.20.MlchaeITaylorcaro. tlan Premier Souvanna: : P'' ,
has asked the Soviet Ui. n
WASHINGTON (AP-Mohan. himself was Inefficient Exam .
das Gandhi picked Jawaharlal pie lie concentrated decisions 1 lyn McDermott, James Rein- provide his embattled neuti all I

Nehru ai his political heir. But In his own hands, was his own MIAMI (AP-The 30th of. November hart, Edward Schoenthaler.\ forces with ammunition t

Nehru, who died Wednesday as foreign minister. The result was: Movement, an anti Cas. 5.21 Patricia Watkins their Russian arms
tro organization took Issue with made the .
Souvanna rcq
I
India's minister In railed 'administrative Acker-
only prime an Jungle Mabel
Clayton Bishop, .
its Rep Paul G. Rogers, D-Fla., In a letter to Soviet Amt! ,
17 UsaF
of Independence
years ,
man, Margaret Ganett,
who told the House in Washington dor Sergei Alfanassler.
roomed to succeed him. Gandhi his .
no one put together philosophy William Vlncek. Erma
Wednesday he understood "Ammunition for arm:
lie was an Intellectual who of civil disobedience annon.vlolent d f.
one of its planes flew from south Huber, Herbert Stanton. piled by the Soviet govern-no .
never learned
to delegate au. resistance
begruesom under the. Florida to Cuba early this week. r ? 522Rhoda Perkins, Char- notably for 85mm funs, is c ,
thority. The result could Influence of many sources Including
"The plane did not take off lie Moss.Geo. Earnbt. Manic coming very short because
*. India has 450 million the Sermon on the ba M4
from the United States, but Harris Salinas, IsabelleMahoney. \ several encounters which I
people In one of the poorest and Mount, Henry Thoreau, Leo Mary j
from a "ocrvt place In the Carl Julia Gotten, Idela taken place recently belie
most Jammed countries on Tolstoy, John Ruskin, Percy .
earth. Bysshe Shelley, and India's early bbean," said Jot Ftljoo, 30th Mason. neutralist forces and (C'JI1rr' .,

Nehru, a democrat who had Jain sect which preached of November chief Information 5-23 Christine Bickford nlst) Pathet Lao forces," s ?.

enough blind worship among the Ahlmsa, the principle of nonln officer' Edna Davis,Gall Shields, Aga vanna said.Souvanna.
'The when the
same was true added his .
Indian masses to be a dictator, Jury to living things. : tha MeWllllams govc
Cleary Miley
came plane flew on a missionto ment "would like very much c
had sought to guide his country But he was never the complete Sara Crossno.
Dolly Spotts
Cuba on May It. receive sufficient quantities
along the democratic
path. pacifist the world Imagined.
Rogers called for a congress. 5-24-Jesste Maclean,Jean- ammunition to be able to ft
But not long before his death Louis Fischer, a Gandhi blog :j
lonal Investigation of what he nette Walker Julia Minter,
he was reported saddened by rapher, said he had a "violent the situation"
the Incessant quarrels between nature and his subsequent Ma. said appears "an inexcusable Irene Zlpprodt. Emma Murray. Souvanna also asked the E_.

Indians of different languages, hatma.calm was the product of gap In the U.S. air defense sys Barbara BoshearsJohn Agnew. viet government to repair Ru,

religions and races. And thereIs long training. His mind was a tem." He told the House he was 5.25 Odell Warren Vvll- span gift transport planes \\1.!

bickering In his own strong battlefield on which caution con. Informed the plane escaped ra. llam Yeoman Cory Blllle, Ro- are now Inoperative. The pro

political Instrument, the Congress stantly contended with passion." dar detection when It flew at ben Lonett Irene Klauder mler asked the Russians: to t ).

party.Seventeen. lie used nonviolence against a 100-foot altitude. Rosa Williams. pair the planes about a ic :
A Cuban refuge who said he
years of democrat the British In India when the 5-26 Patricia Mason,Kath- ago but got no answer.
took part In the mission has offered
-4n a country where about 340 British had all\ the power and Post Rudloff Robert Russian arms and ammi.
to testify at a ryn Mary
million people are Illiterate the Indians had none. Nehru congr.ss.lonal lion were provided to the nt
-
that the took Looney Llzette Stephens, Erwin
hearing plane
may have been too brief a time went along with Gandhi on non. tralists In 1961 when they w
off from Florida h Is Earls Nathan Liles.DISCHARGES .
*
to create any real dedication to violence as a tactic to be used providing allies of the Pathet Lao aJ

the democratic! principle.In when useful, to be abandoned given Immunity and the hearingis Mh were fighting together a;.iln

India now there Is no one when not.After private. y the right-wing Laotian army
In sight with the suture of Can years of preaching non. Rogers said h* would try to 5-19. Irene Satterfield. The Soviet Union Is current!]

dhl or Nehru. violence among nations and ab. arrange the meeting James Walker, Samuel Glad- withholding aid from all Laotl: i

They not only led the fight for horring war, he sent his army The Cuban exile Identified ding. Michael Taylor, Frank factions Including the Pall

Indian independence before It into Goa, a Portuguese colonyin himself by his war name, Man Brown, Agnes Kelly. Lao who are under the Influe:
uel Fernandez and would not
was achieved In 1947-thus becoming India, to take It over. He give his real name., 4 Av 5.20 Elam Lyons, Beverly of the Communist North Viet.
symbols of It but by tried to stand aloof, preaching Brawner Marie Anzualdo namese and Chinese.
The 30th of November ,.
the very nature of these two''neutralism, only to be Invadedby group However, Moscow has ;
Adelson Padlllo Gloria Johns
said they have a commando ,
men their leadership was more Red China. Then he armed. 4 7c ported the Pathet Lao view-poll
named Manuel Fernandez. and
than Just political The Influences on Nehru were baby girl. in the propaganda side of tl
It was also spiritual, which Is different from those affecting A responslblegovern.I 5-21 Dorothy Biankenshlp Laotian crisis. Diplomat!

unique In the 20th century They Gandhi erallsm, socialism, ment source In Miami said he r- and baby girl, Carolyn t McDermott sources say the Soviets don '

were selfless, with their only Interests Marxism. But he was not a was "highly skeptical" of re K : = Marilyn Hamilton. Ron- want to give the Communist
ports the plane new from U. S.
India. und Its people. l Communist. lie was a Socialist territory.In ell Davis Chinese the opportunity to a..

Both had gone to school In Eng. who sought to bring his country 5-22-Shirley Beck Michael cuse Moscow of abandoning a"revolutionary
Washington a defense de.
land. Both were lawjers. abreast of the times through partment spokesman, said "We Taylor, Edward Schoenthaler, movement."
Both abandoned law to work socialism Herbert Stanton Jodie Lune- Souvanna said previously ta
have no Information on such a ,
for freedom from Britain. The Gandhi said of himself "I ama would ask military and e( >
flight There Is no Information berg.
British Jailed them lath for Christian and a /Hindu and a nomlc aid from all countries
to verify an allegation\ that an 5-23 MargaretGanettGertrude -
years. That much they had In Moslem and a Jew." Nehru was NEA Telephotos) defend his country from Path :
aircraft new as alleged. He Jackson Mabel Acker-
common. There was much they an agnostic, with all that meansIn said the OPENS EXHIBIT-Mrs. John F Kennedy meets the press at a New York preview show. Lao and North Vietnamese a;.
department will Inves
Eloise Lasslter John
didn't. Gandhi was humble skepticism about religious be. tlgate. ing of memorabilia of the late president. At times revealing the sadness of the six- man, gresslon.

Nehru was arrogant llefs. Feljoo said "There will be month-old tragedy, she said she hoped the collection of papers and personal office Henry Boom, Mildred Mer- So far, it seems only tl

It was Ironic that he once described But one of his greatest servIces < another flight to Cuba soon.It effects of her husband would inspire young people to seek a better world. After the tes,Judith Appleby, Lisa Flits United States has respondo

himself In an an- to India was In seeking to won't leave from the United New York showing, the collection will go on i cross-country tour and baby girl, Patricia Watkins favorably to his request.

onymous article he wrote as Intolerant make It a secular state In which States, either." and baby boy.

of other people| > and with the various religions, since none 5-24 Mary Barclay, Max-
I Intque !tor
A 30th of November rommu. multiplication of war fronts
contempt for the weak and In could dominate the Religious WritingTo MethodistsEmbroiled
government, said a two.englne aircraft complementary to action by British Labor well Day, Norbert Bock Grace
efficient would live [
together without try. early Monday drooped supplies nen i of action and sabotage: in Be Subject Of McCool, Gall Shields Rhoda On
While his and
leadership to rush
Ing one another. to guerillas and propaganda t the; cities" Perkins and baby boy, Mer-
vision met he Leader Outlines
were tremendous Alter Gandlil
assassination leaflets to civilians In eastern The 30th of November, so. Writers' Forum rell Golden, Erma Huber,Julia DesegregationMONTGOMERY
miracle for India lie
was u Jan. 30, 1948, Just a few months
Cuba. ailed<<: for the date In 1956 when Garner Barbara Boshears.

alter Ixxame Indian the Independence| Nehru The 30th of November, Feljoo t in attack led by Frank Pals Views On NATOLONDON Writing for Religious Publications" 5.25 Idella Mason: Dolly Ala.: (AP-

unit dominant figure said, has guerrllUs operating on parked( the revolution against will be the subject: Spotts, Boy Golden #1, Golden The Alabama.Northwest Florida
remained
so until his death 17 fronts In Cuba. dictator Fulgenclo Batista, remtedly (AP-The man who to be discussed by the Naples #2 Sarah Conference of the Methodist
Boy Crossno
,
Perhaps Nehru's greatest: con. The airlift\ he said, was part r had one of the largest i may be Britain's next foreign Writers' Forum of the Air at. Church has rejected a resolutici
MP
Wallet
Ibutlon his Janette
to In Clayton Bishop
country ,
was of the group's "Torch Plan,"so. underground forces In Cuba uni i minister says the British Labor 8135 o'clock tonight over urging Implementation of a pro.
being an Inspiration to Its pt o. called "because a torch slgnl t 11 the 1961 Bay of Pigs Inva. ,party, if it wins the national the local radio station. and baby boy. Integration stand by the national
for
pie, through that hI managed ties freedom" a lion: Castro forces virtual ,election In the fall, will work Members of the panel will 5-28-John Strouse,Christine church. It urged instead that In.

LUFF GMC INC. to keep the country and its Luis Nlubo, 30th of November I y wlpeU It out then. Subsequent- ;for a five-nation directorate to be Alice Redenbaugh and Edith Bickford, Nelson Servls, dividual congregations make
l peyjilw glued lopt'ttiec; as lie jaysthere military director said the 1 y, the exiles Agatha Cleary Odelle Warren racial
reported decisions
direction.\ oper. the; uyjts formulate; .nuclear and political Rees with Charlotte Darn acting their own on
Trucks Parts u sense ot\ atlon Is a military plan "on have been rebuilt! . ', ..fllttht; tiata19t u. moderator. Robert Gtede. U Matters 'I

-Servlc. Asia, biggest of the earth's which for a year we have Alliance. The conference adapted the

TEMPORARYLOCATION continents covers nearly one. been working In silence in co. Patrick Gordon Walker, La. BIRTHS local option stand on church dot
ordination with our forces Inside bor's spokesman on foreign affairs segregation Wednesday: after .0
third of the land surface and Cuba" 4 Alleged CIA Florida Bar 5-19 Mr. and Mrs. Joe
.
suggested that West Germany minutes of debate.
421 Ninth St., N. the holds more than one-half of The plin, Nlubo added, "callsICK'S1vE.1 and Italy should Join the Johns,baby girl; Mr. and Mrs. The bishops resolution, Issued
people.
-- Agents ExecutedIn United States, Britain and Meeting Here Richard Golden, twin boys last year and recently approve
France in drawing up the North 5.20 Mr. and Mr,. Don- by the general conference of the

Atlantic Treaty Organization's ald Blankenship, baby girl. church, deplored the "denial t

Castroland plans for action "up to the mo. This Weekend 5-21 Mr. and Mrs.James any persons of any color or ra''J

ment) when-and if...the nuclear The board of governors of Watkins, baby boy. the right to worship In any Meth.
N L'flI IORS MIAMI (AP-Four men, said trigger has to be pressed." the Florida Bar Association will 5.22 Mr. and Mrs. Edewln odlst Church.:

: : by Central Havana Intelligence Radio to Agency be U. S. At that point Gordon Walker meet at the Naples Beach Club Flits baby girl; Mr. and Mrs. The conference here went ,.'i

added, the Americans would be Friday and Saturday. James Perkins, baby boy. record opposing any endor >
agents
were executed bj a firIng
on their own because Labor ment within the church of "ar
According to Attorney Tom 5-24 Mr. and Mrs. Robert
squad Tuesday for trying to wants the United States to be. form or degree of civil disobedl.
426 9th STREET SO. MI 2-5555 20239th STREET, NO. Ml 27222'TO land on the Cuban coast. come the sole custodian of the Brown, president of the County will Waller baby boy; Mr.and Mrs. ence."
One of the Bar Association, the board Ado Crossno
men was Identified West's nuclear striking power. baby boy.
is Major Felipe Vldal Santiago, Gordon Walker outlined his review policies and form recom. 5-25 Mr. and Mrs. Don- The Gregorian calendarwas
mendatlons to be to the
a diplomatic aide in charge of party's planning in an interview Florida: Bar Association.presented The ald Warren, baby girl. made up by Pope GregoryXIII

the: Cubrn Embassy In Venezuela shortly before flying today to board.about 25 members meets 5.26 Mr. and Mrs. Robert in 1582 to correct the

shortly after FMel Castro discuss key world problems with periodically for this purpose. Mason, baby boy. Julian calendar of Julius
took |power In Cute
Communist leaders In Warsaw, Caesar.
The broadcast, monitored here Moscow and Bucharest. Harold

laid the four men were -onvkt Wilson, Labor Party leader, will
ed by a revolutionary tribunal Join him Saturday In Moscow.
it Infiltrating Cuba for subver

LEADERSHIP\ live activities and shot a few Gordon Walker skirted the

lours after an appeals court rat. problem French President EWELL F. "Poppy" MOORE
Ifled the death sentences Charles de Gaulle's lone wolf

They were captured when they ]polities create for the Labor
Tied to land on the north cost NATO plan.
A FEW OF THE MANY SPECIALSFOR )f Las Villas\ Province, the "If the French decide not to

Broadcast said .Join In the group, a place shouldbe
The Cul>'ln government accusid kept for them," he said.
the four of sailing In an arm
,d boat from Mum I under the NATO's shape and strategywas

direct order of Manuel Ray, a major topic when foreign

Whether You lead of the anti Castro: Revoluloiurv ministers of the 15-nation alii.\
Shop By Phone Or In Person t Junta.Executed ance met In the Hague: two

You Buy With with Vidal Santiago weeks ago. It has been a subJect
Complete Confidence
At were Ladlslao Gonzalez Bentter, of confidential discussion
NICK'S Elias Rivera Hello and,I Alfredo between Wilson and his col. F
LIQUORS wishes to thank his many{
.
tallies Linares, the broadcast, leagues and the Johnson admin. ,
S'aid. 1st ration in Washington If La.

Nick's Stores Have OriginatedLow Cuban sources here said Vidal bor wins the fall election,Wilson friends, supporters and workers -

Santiago stilt with Castro In will\ become prime minister and

Liquor Prices In Naples 1960 and sought political as>lum .Gordon Walker very likely will for making him success ;
I In Colombia. be foreign secretary.BIKE :

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Shiny Nose In -: Exam June 13


Shiny Legs OutAP m At Fort Myers d

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Ntwtfooturei The" Peace Corps has announced -
A shiny nose used to bt a that the next nation

aortal tin which wn qu|:MJ, wide reace Corps Placement
remedied with ,t dab of powder. Test U- to be given on Satur

but Now shiny a shiny legs nose will is not ac be-eptafcle If one, ", ::; ;4q' ., 4 t day. June 13.by the It will C.S.he Civil administered "-,

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Service Commission: at ?:
hosiery manufacturer puts his
aIn 1.111. In the tort Myers i I''s' t
style Idea across. .
a. S rv'r office.
His nylon sheers have a r atte ,
r Plans are !being made to tralr!
finish-absolutely no silken ,< ; some 1,20(1 men and viomei
whatsoever It is the closest| to beginning this September a

a barelegged look slr-e tire, October. Applicant who desire -
lees. to get into one of these
1 ,
fall training programs should
Knickers are those knee.lenjth take the June IS test, the t'eaC4! 19.sg
breeches that daddy nostalgically Corps said.Training.

recalls from his childhood. Then takes place at various
CLASSROOM TEACHERS held their annual ban-
may very well be recalled again American colleges and universities
the Mrs. America program quet Tuesday night in the Shadowlawn School. Suicide Rate
with the
In about 20 by the : on contract
years current
will select the leading home Shown above are the new officers with the retiring Pea Corps, and is generally I
crop of small fry, for knickersare I makers among one million women president and the speaker of the evening, Whites of about three months dura \)

regaining fashion ground. ,I In more than 800 titles and counties From left are : Gerald Lanham, secretary, Bill Among '
Once novelties In high style! ( In all SO states and the Godley, parliamentarian ; Bernadine COM vice tion.No one Is Invited to trainIng _

and high priced chlldrenswear >1 District of Columbia.The president; Robert Martel, new president; Braulio Much Higher ,however until he has first [ ,
lines, they are now popularlyprlr.d local "Mrs."contests wille Alonzo of Tampa member of the executive boardof sent In a completed questionnaire .
the National Education Association who ad- KSONV1LLE-- The :suicide! and taken the placementtest.
> held this fall. Winners go to rate In Honda among the ..hltepI1Uldth.n
Today's knickers don't bag at (the state capitol to compete for dressed the group ; and Mimi Watson, retiring; la about flee times Applicants may obtain x tce
the knees like Dad's did. Qlle..slll-lllllre forms at most
They (the state title. State wlnnnsrn.1 president. (NEWS photo) that ofncui.wmtostheStitHoard
are trim with elasticized '' post prices,from college i Peace
: leg of llotlth sajs.
,: to Florida In April for the
liaison
bands, (no nasty buckles) and Olive i II. Boordc", director of Corps officers or by
keep the knee socks ,utlonal Mrs. America pageant. Saskatchewan Doctors Make the Mvlslon\ of Public Healtha.tUtlis ; writing directly ta the pea
up. This year's top winner Is Mrs. said there were 744 Corps, Washington, D.C.2C5., i
I Desree Jenkins of Columbia suicides In 1963, making It the If the completed questionnaires
Mrs. America !!.C. 10th loading ciuse! of dt'alh.Th..re have not already !been mailed

Contestants at all levels will not More Monev Under Medicare has !boon: little change In this Washington, applicants must
ranking over the past decade. submit them to the examine r
on a basis of beauty
compete: - - ,
Be From .
May However, the numter of lIulI
the time of the
but on their abilities and talents REGINA, Sask. (AP)-Item: But the doctors are concerned I rides has almost douhlod-from It test. A
it such activities as menu plan- Two years ago Saskatchewan about the quality of medical 1 342 In 1953 to 744 laM >ear. The non-competitive placement -
Your Town;/ :sing Interior decorating child doctors fought Introduction of service Involved, Da root*s said, There were 490 male nitrides test, which Includes a
,
North America's first sweeping Under medicare, he said, they last \ear against 225: female general aptitude test, tM"
AP !NewsfeaturesThis: are, community services, and government medicare plan with are Increasingly forced to steal 1 1 I among white; nun.wtilte males about one and a half hours t id
year for the first looking.: a bitter 23.day strike Today the time from patients who need I and6non.whitefemalesTherate complete. Knowledge of a foreign -
doctors are making more mon them to examine others wit h i I
Urn there may be a Mrs. per 100,000 1'1'11.1.111'11Wall %1.4 language Is not required,
thatquiuk-hread loaf doesn't ey under medicare than they minor or Imagined complaints.., male and 9.5 females among but applicants with a knowledgeof )< America candidate chosen In your hi ice well right after baking, did In private practice "Doctors who used to see 20 patients whiles and 4.7 male and 1.2 to. Spanish or French should
town as well as a Miss. wrap it tightly! and store it overnight Item Premiums paid by residents a day now must see as i i male among n.III..hllt'. take an additional one hour language -
A major grassroots expansion in a covered container of this Canadian provinceto many as 70," he said. D>' ages, the Mai fur last achievement
help finance medicare have Medicare, he added, has taken year were under 15! S!I 15.24:\ test. '
the of ; There are no pa slng or falling TEACHING 4lmoit 4W) I olunlrrri' are coding Jt""lopin na-
half. regulation ;
"" been cut In hospit-Ji
.ereaTr 't +witt 4S; 21.34, ItS; 35.44! I4S! ; 45.54: I
Itemt The Socialist govern. and medical standards May 143; V..04,142; 6507411\ ; 75 andover marks to this test, and no lions by serving as Ifachen. Subjects ran ft from fng/i ;h la math,,
mint< that fathered the controversial from the profession and placed 65. scores aregtven applicants.
health Insurance scheme them In the political sphere, under The results are used,along with
Firearms was the mptruxl used ,
siHl.it!tons phi mahout the "mm.
lost a recent provincial elec government-apyminted medical the character references and National TB
In
361 suUldos with poisoning by try It now r i:' I ,400 moinlwi, ".
tlon. But medicare was not a boards. 'The governmenttells barbituric add questionnaires to determine an
l
(a >arMturat ,a Upon receiving news of his
campaign Issue. Liberal Premier you who can take out a hypnotic) next at 109. Seventy applicant's overall qualifications election to this pollhllFoMel'
Workers
"
Itiatther who took lung, he said.
Ross Group
two Ilf'nuns hanged IIII'm wives. and most appropriate commented that the NCTW must
week Is not expectedto The medicare of former
office last plan
ptf 64 died from a variety of poi type of overseas assignment. play a major role In I the critical
; make major changes In the Premier Woodrow Lloyd's So.
s sons; 63 died from motor ve. All applicants to the Peace Elects FosterThe years ahead If the nation. Is to
clallst
medical plan he once opposed.On government required
hide exhausts drnwlIl'lllhf'm:
; succeed In the dual 1 goal ofetadl.
the surface Saskatchewan Saskatchewan residents to pay Corps must be American citizens National. Cimfprem-e of
13
selves MablNHt '
; themselves; eating till*!uiliwls and further.
appears to have proved that a premiums of $24 a year for 10 jumped from some high place; at least 18 years of age. TulxnruloMs Waters at Its May ,Ing the control id other ritsplra.
s state. medicare families and $12 for Individuals. Married couples apply If In New York
compulsory, run and 14 killed them selves l>y other may 24th annual meeting ;fury diseases! lip plmlged fulleupysrl
program covering all residentsof More than two.thirds of the means. they have no dependents under City named AIl*>rt F. Fosterof and) 1..1C'raU'1I\! of the
all ages can win the support costs are financed from boostsIn 18. A college degree Is not Juknofivllle: as Its pi evident. I lirofeKsliNial 11I apace'lattunstaff
r of doctors, the public and poll. sales, Income and corpora When are & an old. required. elect {I members llinmuh"' their National
tic lane tlon taxes. fashioned caramel or fudge! hoal- Those who cannot take the Foster, executive cllieilor of (Conference of Tuberculosis
But It would be misleading to The compromise which ended and Tuberculosis and <
Ins. the mixture has to be June 13 test should know that the Florida Woikersln these .eflorle
call Saskatchewan's medicare the doctors' boycott In July 1961 cooked to the loft bill stage, Respiratory Dlmaxe! Assocla.
plan an unqualified success. liberalized the plan by allowing teat it by dropping half a tea subsequent! examinations are Item Is the first Til asnocl.ilIcmwoikrr
The old arguments still rage doctors to also practice outside spoon into a cup of Ice-cold scheduled for August 8, and from: J lorlda lu hold this Cut liie. tomatuen! In half,
: here over medicare's effect on medicare. water for the second Saturday of every NCTW ofHce. Ills lorni an prc. i isldonl sprinkle( with nit and pepper
the quality of medical service,, month throughout next autumn. will begin In may 1903.: and i dot with butter. Hake In anvederaca
the cost, government ,Interference The NCTW was fmiiulmllii I 1912 < eras fix about IS mln-
: r In the practice of medicineand Mirror FriendAs and lia* through' thc years tunic.e 'idea, Serve With sweet potatoes
Proves
:, red tape. Add! a littlesalad ell to lh I Hound as (ho official rrpreonlallv 'uid creamed, apinaih for a delicious
rr Dr. E. W. Baronies, presidentof water ..n which you cook Mil- of the professionalwoikrri 1.lahla l plile. Add a few
the Saskatchewan College of chokes if you want them to have employed by national, physicians and Surgeons, conceded Teen Tries Make-up a glossy appearance, Hl.il: and local tulxTciiloMs as. '.rUpteitur*.
that doctors are making _
mire money. The college Is
Saskatchewan's processional by Helen lIennellYWomen'
medical association Editor i il

"If all doctors wanted was Newspaper Enterprise Assn.
14a more cash," Barootes said, "we ,
would have been on the band. Today's teen -age has aw
:,.t./, < UNEA wagon from the beginning" turned the tables I on the ;
"" "v i /lie called It a matter of simple beauty time schedule I We \ s

R y' : arithmetic Medicare, Ba. have been told that a woman ; .
; ,) rootes said, has encouraged never looks her best until she
--- more people to visit doctors reaches her thirties By then '
( Telephoto) more often at no extra personalcost. 1 she knows how to dress and ''tj
The government pays the make-up to accentuate her \ j. \
ADVANCE GUARD-Lynda Bird Johnson toured the Wash larger bill to roughly the same best features and play down f1 )
ington National Guard armory in advance to see that they number of doctors formerly, her worst features t'c!
I were going to do right by daddy at the "Salute to President gaged In private practice. Fewer ? \
Lyndon B. Johnson" gala. She was accompanied by composer bills go unpaid. By some accounts A quick look around the .
Richard Adler right, comedian Allan Sherman, left doctors are making an current crop of young women
and Mitzie Gaynor on rear of cart. average of $2,000 a year more. shows that this no longer '- 1

holds true. Teenagers with
all fads aside generally are VTr

OPEN ALL DAY SAT. MEMORIAL DAY! more chic than their mothers ,,
or older sisters were at the I'
'Di
r
"
lame agei. :
:
For the young woman mowIng > !
Into the new world of
1te hairstyling and use of cosmetics .
G GRADUAIIdIOicEI? remember that the rJ1M.

care you give your hair and r ,
.ikin is as Important as the .llt! ;
coifs and colors you select.
This teenager experimentswith

; A clean, clear skin Is the makeup to find the
colors best for her
1 base. It helps to know complex-
Ion. She tries several and

GIFTS HE OR SHE WILL care:.dry whether or for oily It.you skin have and a normal how to another washes each off before using


shop for make. anda
creamy up THANK YOUTo
A normal skin has a fine
moist lipstick.
SPECIAL! texture and just the right '
-,' l/"I'I amount or 011. Wash it with i Your opposite-the teenager .
Dominion / loap and water every morning i with oily skin-has her
r I and night and gently massage :problems, too. The excess oil
HAIR DRYER your neck and face with upward ,holds grime and she must
motions. Rinse and pat 'wash her face and neck faith all my many friends who voted for me and
dry. fully three or four times a
$14.95And daShe ends with a cold worked ao untiringly during! my campaign MY
r Dry skin Is /flaky, feels taut :splash to help close the pores.
Other Famous j and may ihow tiny lines. It She;: also will want to shampooher SINCERE; THANKS To my opponent thank
Brands with ProfessionalManicure :also calls for a soap and I hair twice week because ( yu.

ester washing each morning I oily hair usually accompaniesan I for a dignified campalKii. To my many supporters,
t ) Set. .and night. But don use cold I oily complexIon. A cake

water as a rinse because this J makeup is absorbent and akin at well as those of you who voted for my opponent, r>
ran check the essential /flow I Ing Is suitable for her
Electric Shavers :of natural oil. If yours Is a I condition But this never I renew my pledge to work diligently for the better
dry skin you also Mill need to I should go on over old makeup .
GE Electric & Transistor Radios :use a lubricating cream even I The combination of oil, ment of our school system I THANK YOU
n your early teem. at nightCuring I grime and cosmetics only In- lor..f'.
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; :} Charges of Police Brutality

THURSDAY. MAY 28. 1964 ,I :( BY BRUCE BIOSSAT
I

0 Annual Chamber Of Commerce DinnerThe -j?, Newspaper Washington Enterprise Correspondent Assn.

.
..iWASHINGTON1M1EA1An..
a Naples resident selected by a special inquiry Is under way into per-

annual Greater Naples Chamberof Chamber of Commerce committee. Recipients of police D rut advanced by Negroes and

Commerce dinner, at which new officers of the award to date include H. B sistent some civil charges rights groups. The probe could help clear lhe iur;

for the coming year will be installed Watkins of corroding elements "hlch undermine respect for law and
Mrs. Stephen F. Briggs, Lester %\
will be held the Beach C Al order In today' tense society:
tonight at
Grimes, John Rogers, Dudley Gallahue, A ) The International AssociatIOn of Chiefs of Police Is conducting .
Club Hotel. As usual an excellent program Mr. and Mrs. Lester Norris and H. B. .- the study and should have a report later this year

has been arranged.Dr. Watkins Jr. ,- '-.1V\ .. !......: :; Protesting groupS and may thus argue not qualified that the to association undertake a Is(fair an,

George F. Baughman, presidentof The annual meeting invariably is a ( Interested party In Its own house. There la ample sign from a

New College, Sarasota, will deliverthe pleasurable event for those attending.All OREGON variety investigation of policy statements however,, that the association
address. at1it e the problem and IScapable
main
responsible ifrIt
maintains a
Neapolitans should make an effortto seU-crltlcism be warranted.
The Collier County News "Outstanding be when the of reasonable uttered not too
present tonight opening An official association comment long ago:
Citizen Award" will be presented to gavel sounds. oCKY L "It is realized that In the emolion-charged atmosphere
of some denlonstraUons the parties on both force the
police lines have been guilty of and

II An Effort All Collier Countians Should Aid tactics But 'smoke-screen'which tend to charges spark \Iolence.of police brutality to cover

excesses and illegal conduct on the part of others are In-

....., .. excusable.'
,.. : : .... ? erw:.. .- "Law enforcement agencies and responsible demonstratinggroups
"I "wh in virtually want no violence
,1II= II'I'.. reasonable men faced with these situations realize this and
"
h
.. have acted accordingly.
'
.1 WHAT CONCERNS MANY conscientious law enforcement
authorities is the indication, turning up in many places, that
1'N111s .M 111 J S Negro leaders have begun to lake "police brutality" an al.|
NOt most automatic charge against a community without regardto
; fair consideration of the evidence.
The demand to "end police brutality" appears on nearly
every list of Negro demands for redress of grievances.
f i oTOLL p A
+ :MOST DISTURBING TO RESPONSIBLE officials is the
ti.-- HA'LU .e LlIOAT R IIV'rs levying of such charges in instances where demonstrators
'. aC.PII000HD both white and Negro, have deliberately acted either to
'. titi:
'.'. thwart the law or to interrupt the normal processes of com
.. ... .
.. munity life.When
.
#.ff.lm: ;!t y .- -_... .-. ---_rv..a: ...LweeToday police have responded to uphold the law and end
the interference to traffic or whatever, charges of brutality
..
have almost invariably followed.It .
LETTER pecplI InWashington Is Ironic that they should be flung with such frequency
f """ .....oArjrtimGLAOII : ---- and seeming abandon at a time when brutality
_ M "... 1 The .r:==::
increasIng
= S/ in the.I against the police Is being practiced on an ever-
.y "".. IO.IIAIII I" R--t/ The scale Most of these assaults are made by persons
EDIX By
.
...,.........,........ t J n Wa facing arrest or being pursued for a variety of offenses.
ASSOCIATEDPRESS But some are committed by chit rights demonstrators.
THANK YOU MAM In 1962 the last year for which complete figures are avail.
St. Bruno, Quebec (AP)-The "" able, 78 law enforcement officers were killed by criminal
Editor Collier County News Dlonne quintuplets were ho rn WASHINGTON (AP)>-4n the action. The 1960.62 total was 113. Injurious assaults number -
Enclosed Is a check for a 30 years ago today. news from Washington: in the thousands.By .
that one may still find In Fahkahatchee six months renewal of To mark the occasion, II ie SPACE RACE: The Republl. their present inquiry, by their conduct of civil rights
The Naples Junior Woman's Club Strand "the stand of wild late your three married quints-AnnetteCeclle can Citizens Committee urged work shops and other reviews of the problem, police leaders
largest native newspaper. Sorry we are and Marie-plan a weekend t. Wednesday that the United Indicate they are trying to assess fairly their performanceand
through a committee headed by Mrs. Ben royal palms In the world, some towering hope we miss no issues We reunion at the home of Annette States abandon Its goal of land, their proper role in dealing with racial tensions.

Parks, Is spearheading local efforts to 1 150 feet or more clusters of slender were vacationing In Naples and Mrs Germain Altar d, ing a man on the moon by 1970.
Marco Island the "We
at time. here. see no evidence that ur.
have Collier County's vast and wild burlap-barked, rare paurotis palms; over We meant to stop In the The fourth surviving quo eat, gent defense objectives warrantor

Fahkhatchee Strand purchased by the 40 species of wild orchids; rare ferns newspaper office while we were Yvonne, Is with a religious a, crash program or that a meet. FUNNY BUSINESSpr
there as I realized the der near Moncton, N.B., a red log or deadlines such as 1970
state for A and bromeliads paper
use public park. hardwoods of
as
a presentation ; temperate
would have to be renewed And will not be able to attend serves any significant national -
to that effect was presented this oak, holly, ash and maple intermingledwith we wanted to tell In objectives" declared the com

week by Mrs. Parks and others to Director subtropical gumbo limbo, tamarind, son how much we enjoy you the per-pa- LEVITTOWN, Pa (AP) headed mlttee'i Critical Issues Council .4 c l GAMES
Former President Dwight D, El i. by Dr. Milton S, Elsen.
Ney Landrum of the Florida Out cabbage palm and fig." per.We senhower flew by hellcopte ir' hover brother of former PresU&

door Recreation Planning Committee at The nature group also points out ttatthe enjoy the editorial page, from his farm at Gettysburg t to: dent Dwight D. Eisenhower,
we watch for "Chance Remarks Levlttown for a surprise visita t to THE CHANGING SCENE:
a hearing held in Fort Strand Is still home for "the elusive
Myers. shy, ," "Historical Collier new elementary school bearing The late President John F, Ken. i
The Florida Nature Conservancy Miami panther, hovering on the verge of County," and we also like the his name nedy as a New Englander andan

also has beeK 'active I ir\: efforts tohive ,extinction,, bob cat and black bear coon way you present the Counci\,,'" During a question and former Navy man, was In love I
aver session with the 684 with the sea and ships <
:news and t.U.II3. about pupil I
the Fahkahatchee Strand preservedas and possum, otter and mink, deer and your: and' their teacher' a glrl aske id Under his administration the

a state park. Mrs. Parks received sup- turkey, fox and squirrel ." town.We Intend to settle thereIn him what was the hardest thin,j paintings In White House lobby

port In her presentation from Chief Ranger The proposal that the Fahkahatchee the future, and we only wish he had believe to do as the president."I toughest.thin r battle included in the one War depleting of 1812.a naval 0 o II

Richard Stokes of Everglades National Strand be purchased and preserved for It could be soon., It's a delightful was sending to Little Rock t;0 In its place today hangs a ntIU

Park, Paul Frank and Joe Simmons. the enjoyment of millions of Americans town We saw so much make people obey the court order picture more in the westernh t
more of Naples than we might (Integrating a htgl mode of President Johnson_ '
The Nature Conservancy recently released under the Florida Outdoor RecreationAct have If we had not been read- school)," he replied. "This wai s painting by Frederic Reining. U

an attractively printed brochureIn passed by the Legislature In 1963, ing your paper. The parks, a very sad thing that people I ton, entitled "Aiding a Com. i tz.i' "
support of its contention that the seems eminently justified.It the building going on, etc. could be so shortsighted." rado," and showing two fron. H Sv'
tiersmen helping a wounded v
We had pal
Fahkahatchee Strand should be saved. In is to be hoped that city officialsof "The Tides"a delightful and went stay to all at NEW YORK (AP-Fred W/,, while pursued by Indiana ,' F GN o

the early 1950's, the cypress trees In Naples and Everglades, the County the surrounding territory that Friendly president of CBJ 5: WEEKEND TRIP: President '
News Johnson flies to New York
will receive to.
Columbli
the strand were cut. Now new cypress Commission, and Chambers of Commercein we read about In the paper.So University's graduate school o,:( day for a clutch of Democratic ,

trees are growing to a size suitable for the various communities will join in the paper made It possible journalism award for rontrlbu i. fund raising affairs and then

cutting in the not too distant future. urging the purchase and preservation of for us to have a lovelier vacation tlons to public Information. jell to Texas for the weekend.On .
Friday night the President
The Nature Conservancy points out the Strand.others Mrs. Wallace Fogarty PROVIDENCE It.!. (AP) speaks at commencement exer.y .
Fairfield, Ohio Quote of the day Dr. Barnab] class at his old high school inn "I' don't want blocks with letters on 'em-I I 'like the
(Editor's Note Thank you. C. Keeney President of Bro w Johnson City and the next day kind with dots on them like daddy plays with!"
Maml I You have no Idea how University told Pembroke College I. he and Mrs. Johnson received
gracious letter like seniors a topnotch husban hls.and-her honorary degrees at ,
refreshes
yours -
and recognizes that success requires i the University of Texas in Aus. -
Inspires the
over- hard work to master his field,. tin. rY
worked staff of a newspaper. He added "If you manage tc> REJECTED: The House re.
We feel certain every Neapolitan hook such a husband, for God'a i jected Wednesday a bill thati

say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS also will appreciate your sake encourage him; don't go would have Increased from $10,.
very kind remarks concerningour around complaining that he i 000 to $20,000 the maximum
community. We hope It never takes you dancing or. amount of bank and savings and v.
will not be too long before the whatever It Is you like to do,,, loan deposits subject to federal ;
Fogarty family settles here) and that you are a widow this o i I Insurance.
work" The rejection came on a 197.
Shared Time Gains ....... ...... <
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Shared time, which also travels under pre.Judie the merits or dement of .1'iBD' .;.,.M..}':::,'. .. measure back to the House A LOCAL YOKEL
the name of "dual enrollment," It a shared time or dual enrollment. How- Banking Committee. REPORTS
concept which school board member ever, the fact remains that more and ASS I D o..c I A T T I I
will face with Increasing frequency in more local boards will be faced with a I IEIJmII" : i : : :!,! ( MAnUI'ACTURCR + We woudrllt for
the months ahead. Current uie of the request for shared time arrangements. ETAPE..CAt'3ANA' a the world be
term "shared time" refers to the practice Should legislation as proposed by the .\CROSS. PET DOCTORly spoil-3port and divulge the
N E P S PUB ROC name
of parochial ichool students at* Administration be pissed, the effect on I. 30. "i Our. Sal of the person selected
tending the t'requtl1lh' T EST I E R. D A II K A.W M IUr, D.V.MO. by a special
public school In their community local school board policy would be considerable 4..I.lIm.lle' 1 Ctmadrr s Chamber of
for part of I day for instructionin Th pressure which could be 7 Coul1lY III hradyuartrn IN. ACT. NET.. Commerce committee to receive -
certain subjects. Students atttnd brought by passage of such federal legislation Suo GrulfnA 32. Mist 1 .. 3 T V. HOP. A R The NEWS t "Outstanding Citizens
their parochial school for the major part Indicate that school board will 33. "oolrr Award" at
II. SII'II.h' A L t E L 0 V A 8 L f. the annual
of their curriculum, but may take such be required to give this matter increasing 13.1 Aohclr 301. Lobster RIO. P tIN. R I t 5 tonight at the Chamber banquet
subjects a* physics, chemistry, mathematic attention and itudy. They should indian claw Beach Club Hotele
vocational training, phyilcil weigh carefully the law, our traditional 1L Of 36. :\'t' REA M ER STOVE
education, and other subjects generally concept of the separation of church and Inlerelt current 78 ANT A Go 6 ire I 5 TIC.I we do reel safe in saying
considered to be free of religious thoughtin stale, desirable public policy, and the U. Ialgra.. 42. Ddanbll.gulb Y S E R. TOP. ANT that recipient this will be
the public schools.: The proposal 1 isbeing long range effects on the public schools. 16. Wlrmth 44. food fl.h one of the most year
put forth by some educator and) School Boards (Evanston, III.) 17 Riffraff 4/ \pine! SOLUTION OP YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE ever Hope popular selections
churchmen a* a compromise between 48. Work YOU are there to
those who would give no public aid to 18. Poetic must Torso out 3. llarkcloih 7 Jap when We have the applaud
non-public schools on the one hand Doghouse 22. Young 90' 4. Fabulous aborigine the pleasure of making
Espouse
and those who seek all-out public sup fellow 51. bird 8. I'lerced 1 A, / presentation
port of church affiliated school. Dog losers everywhere-including: :25. Sunken Cap 5. Cretan 9. l'osseiii\e/ e 45 .
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fence
Interest In this idea by school people a noted one in Washington, D.C.-will now\:; mountain pronoun a e #.
and the general public has come rapidlyto doubtless applaud Judge Maurice Want, :28. Ireland I \0. 6. Fencing 1U Finis + Incidentally
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the fort. There teem little doubt who ruled In Civil Court that an elderly Sheep 2. let muss dummy 12: Ink i Was kind soul
that In community after community couple could not b* evicted from a 17 \'cr\' rrshv \Q enough to nominate us for

board member may be approached by cooperative housing project because In / z S 4 S f r a 1ll t.nIIlU"\' My dog lift ever belle., consideration as outstanding
church group with propoial to insti- def''once of a "no animals" clause in 19. KtsHind| xen. We are citi-
register where it I il of
tute a program of shared time. Another their lease they kept their -year-old I IL II A). rlritr.ie. very worm. but it course, grateful ,
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Will this harm hi ?H.J.III.rlll
signet on the horizon 1 II the activity of dachshund Susan with them. The mere 21 Income wOUldn't be quite cricket
the federal government Only recently, harboring of the dog i* not a basil for ISI w ear23 \' Ohio for us to receive our
legislation has been proposed (the Poverty eviction without a showing that the log He obliged A. Ho air can dry cut your 4og im own trophy
Bill), which would authorize the is a nuisance to the landlord or to other I z % 24 fir see .mbra.i.< and making of grant or contracts to pay apart tenants, the court held. 25. 1 lineman ...... of the tar, "threat and bronchi. provoking, especially
or all, of the costs of developmentof The City Housing Authority' might 2 % I, Z* zl JT 1s 1uuay 26 1 camxrr a Eve worse "thee the heat lilaH, It lie that a friend ot when we read
community action programs.A well tike note of this d< subsection of this measure would authority now bars all dogs and cats, 1j 27 So-caJIcd W*. a .*. dog cenII...... to "lie M *. paper in our 'old hometown
require that any assisted elementary no matter how well behaved, from It* !0 / JJ ('en. to r.gs'er.' Kit coat will go ragged end has been naMed
or secondary education program shall project This i* a hardship on many 1 snide hair will Ml ..... Hit aide' will gar c*. for the third Outstanding Citizen
be administered educational people, of the older 17 Furtive time Ot
by public particularly generation his
tromoly dry ono Hchy, coming him lo courses
agencies but hall be available to all who depend upon pet for % J'J. Vdjoin scratch and hair paper does not present the
children regardless of whether they' are companionship. If I dog or cat Is well 5 # i 40 limb genus moro caring more trophy.
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enrolled in the public schools.: This, the trained and causes no trouble to other 2 % 41 Sulk' your problem 4l. .
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cell lor mttoflanon of ..
humidifieron
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U.S. omce of Education chooses to refer tenants we do not see why a residentof / / 42 Relative
to a* dual enrollment. The specific I public housing project should not 1I1 44 43 C .\mer.trff *o fur_., finding a way I*keep +
language of the bill states: "No child be able to enjoy him, Just n those more your dog off of *ie register. and die to the each CluboHotele on'dotin
shall be denied the benefit of such a financially fortunate do. To many an 44 Chop oddme of bearded !fat end vHamlnoo and ton iht 1
program because h* I* not regularly older person and many a young one' s 45. Cutting hit. .*ot. Yew might try placing enjoy the restivitie.
enrolled in the public schools." pet makes 111* worth !living.-Th. Ness tool chair or similar object*.ermergiwert may still be avaIl 7h 'r9.'
La thug point w* ate not trying 10 York Tlm( Po r h".lJ 11I'11.u Ne.w..rv..r" .-'v." ./.*._"._....u"|.._'..._.,. *iaJ h* ca'', go Ie .. bur *>. air or two. Call .TheAtick
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illf F.v'r11)11'. ) and then she BYNTIHA: LOWRYAP ing clothe and with all the

rrlul t 'mih\ returns 101111> \ :-,. radio Writer sweeping gesture:J) of the stag

"J ,t/t &ach tlon I spread the/ gospel I ail,, win NE'IK: (\T.>->'H' Men! magli ion, but ti..ng tricks' that
supp rt. particular +in'Atnerl. ''- '"'* but It'' il: s.t of sad," I said!' turned Into minor dlsaster-
the tiul l i Jt follow with thinning rabbits refused to emerge from \
BY BETTY HAUJCT MI 2-3383 an < tub women, for ill "Aft!,, Cii! years! AS top hats, ladies refused to be
the rr !Ms of the men she ur the Am >mt DJIantln sudden. sawed In half the wrong; card

The t"1I'JId"llz.s.: !;' I'm lolo, Gruber. And 99 always popped out of the pack.
regular monthly training sessions of Mass .
of meeting commentators porMI,, of the people don'teven Then something tragic startedto
Naples park Area AssocU. and lectors ,
were < m happen to vaudeville and Bal.
tlon will be held VT\ NFKD LIGHT remember all the years on
tonight at 8 ducted the
Introducing
active
the E1' Sullivan Show." lantlne who does not like to
In the bulldlnc on 103rd, Avenue. participation of laymen In the "1 rk cntlnenT" Marlon Carl the Amiiing Dalian play night clubs- etarted srl.
Try to make every effort to current revisions of the liturgy PremU:'ger draws herself up Indlpm tine may be rueful about the ously to look around.
attend as Carl .
Holbrook of In.ter.County of the church from
resulting ;t\! "The onh dark thins! recent strange shift In his Cft- "When McHale's Navy came
graph Company Telephone will be the and Tele decisions of the Ecumenn al Is our Ifimrance" about It." 1 veer, but it Is a story with a up, there were only eight week
speak. Council.On .
In this
of vaudeville a year left
happy ending,
.r. "Eleraiu'e. born there "shesa
Saturday May It Mi. was
OVer the P&lluitlne country coast to coast. I have
We are all pleased with thenry Aymong participated in a daylong \ -? archh.citing the larrlajreof built a popular years and highly prof to work 40 weeks a year to
nice telephone
have building they session of the Lay Apostolate native women."high InMid, liable vaudeville act, appearing make the money I earn on th e
erected In our area, espec. leaders' course held at Fort M} TV show he said.
tally nice with the another borne on her back and In magnificently tailored even. ,
Tennessee
crab
era
orchard stone trim. < !50-pound( load of bananas on her Show business always knew
him a* a deft comedian who
IGLI LANGEVIN
of Mr. and Mrs George Losier Last Sunday's NEWS carrieda head and vet with head high and o Hand Severed In pulled laughs with Jumbling
Seabreeze "
Ave, Vanderbilt wedding picture of Mr.and Mrs. bark ramrod straight magic tricks. Thus he had IOn:
beaCh. had as Accident Sewed
guests last week Andrew J. Igli's lovely daughter --- Once she has started the ex. 1 acting offers Including a regular
YVi'Wday A.W. Bauer from* 'Mr'Vero and M" Patrlca !Igll who wis united In INSPIRATION Marlon Mills Premlnper poses with ample! of high Intelligence and On Successfully part In "Car 84"which he re.

Fla. They all had a Beach marriage to Michael Langevinat Dr. R-hweltrer, 90-year-old humanitarian of the Jungles. cultural contributions of these lurtantly turned down for the
joyable very en. St. Ann's Catholic Church. INDIANAPOLIS lnd. (AT)- ABC Navy comedy.
time fishing so< tiled primitive tribes roll off "
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boating and "I read for the Cruber role
,
Paying The ceremony was performed By medical definition Jessie S.Bray'l .
Bauer golf 20 The Loslers met the by Rev. Joseph Beaumont I will her tongue without Interruption."Our ,-- ,; right hand was detached he recalled. "I was Just one of
DMCO years ago at the Se. try and fill In some of the details trouble as whites," she from her arm In a milling ma. about 40 guys looking for the
Gabriel estates H. In Luff Maine. of the wedding. says, "Is that we Judge every .JVE.A Telephoto;' chine accident but she lion her part. They called me four day
of "
Channel
Drive. Vanderbilt Beach is The bride was given In marr.? clvlllratlon by our own standards FOR ME?" Mary Tyler way to regaining almost com. later to tell me I had It.
at the away age by her father, Andrew J. Moore In Hollywood breaks plete ue of It. Carl plays a torpedoman with
present time at r+ "
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the Unl. Igll. The bride wore a gown of The hand was sewed bark In the Instincts of a con man.
Into smile she
bP2 a big as accepts
!m"ty. Florida in "
? Caln"- This suddenly reminds her of "It's a cinch he said glee
white silk organza with a three. the she an operation which her surgeon,
taking Emmy was
a
estate appraisal. course In real tiered skirt. The bodice was the doll Dr. Schweltrer had to awarded for an outstanding Dr. Hugh Williams, called "U. fully. 'I am Cruber-Cruber I.m. *
of lace with sabrlna most an unbelievable .. Other actor may study a
chantillY a success.
Mr and make a trip to his leper colony
Mrs Ed by an actressin
performance
!; < Harroun of neck line. A shoulder length Dr. Williams headed a three, part and decide one of 30 dlf.
lOSrd
Avenue, Naples to teach the tribal children there a series. Hers was the
Park, had ferent to play a character.
veil fell from a crown of seeded man surgical team which re way
Den nests their daughter, Mrs. pearls and carried a colonial how to play with toys sent by fifth award won b'' the "Dick stored the hand May 16 In an Me I'm myself. In fact, *om*.
Williamson, and. son Jeff Van Dyke Show. Mmes I to the director and
go
from bouquet of white roses and well-meaning Americans operation at Community Hosrt. .
Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. Wil.T.on' orchids. Mrs. Julie Chesser was tal which took almost five hours tell him my lines art ones ",.ru.
William m<*h r.ln.Uv Mrs matron of honor. Her gown wasa "The youngsters are not afraid Florida State Hospital officials said Wednes. ber would never cay. And he

three Waldrep.of Jacltso'nvllle'ror sheath of beige crepe with long of a I leopard\ but a horse* They day that Mrs. Bray 39, Is al. tell me, okay, to rewrite
days sleeves. She wore a little pillbox : had never seen such a thing be Plans WorkshopIn most ready for Intensive thera them."
BABY SHOWER hat with a circular veil and fore Nor a train. Nor a white py to regain use of the hand. But to Ballantlne: the mont In.
Mrs. Lloyd Carr of Palm carried a colonial bouquet of tangerlne AerospaceAn The lock company employe's credible fact la that few of the
Court, Vanderbilt Beach, gave carnations. The bridesmaids doll. To them a white Image Is a education hand hung by an Inch of skin "McHal's Navy" fans ever
a baby shower last Sunday morn. were Miss Ellen Abbott nurse who gives Injections that aerospace and two tendons alter the ac. connect Mm with the nviirtrl.m
Ing for Mrs Thomas Kaiipauf of and Mrs. Carol Wilklnson.Thelr hurt or pills that taste bitter" workshop has been announcedat cldont The surgeon stitched to. moot of them have ceiulnly
North Naples. Color scheme of gowns were pale blue sheathsof T J Florida Stats University, for gather eight tendons, three ma. seen (I some time over the re.
yellow\ and white decorations was white and blue carnatlons.The f Equally misunderstood, she elementary and secondary jor nerves and two major blood cent years.Some .
,_ Is Dr. Schweitzer himself. teachers beginning June 18 and In fact, have Informed
carried out, even to a covered flower girl was Nina Sue Lange. "' .n says, vessels ,
bassinet. Many gilts were recleved vln, the groom's baby sister SENSE OF Frt-FH.LMENT. Nurse Marlon Premlnger helps He has been the butt of criticism running through July 3, 1964 "I woke up afterwards and "Cruber" how much a magi
some of which arrived Her dress was white with a blue recently."He Enrollment will be limited to thought they hadn't done a clan named Pallantlne reoem.
from the family In Long Island sash and carried white and blue a doctor administer to African youngsters, I task that brought is 60 teachers, said the course thing" Mrs. Bray, said. "ThenI bleu him.
(censured/ >nu..e he
N.Y. Those present were Mrs. carnations. the ex-Hollywood personality contentment director Dr. C. Robert Black- saw I could move my fingers NBC\ has offered to under
Walter Phillips, Mrs Audrey The best man was Ronnie Lan. NEW YORK (AP)-Marlon Mills Premier Hungarian model I, does not educate these people.We : mon, assistant professor of nobody In the hospital would writ*-"up to $2 ,OOO" one.
are a first aid station not a believe that until they had all third of the cost of outside
Sabia, Mrs Josie Zaflc and Mrs. gevin for his brother and the show girl and "former wife of Moll\wnnd director! Otto. Is one of education in a statement out an
Carr. An Interesting<< l'olnelllenl'lI ushers were John Marsh and school. People! don't seem to the of the work seen It for themselves. study designed to Improve meth.
have wanted In life lining
the few women who found what titer purposes
them were two more baby show. Sidney Wilkinson. know that he feeds, houses and oils of nomlniitlnic and voting In
ers taking place In the same family Immediately following the wedding For /her It Is a small barren room "like a monk's cell" In a house I shop. the Academy of TeUvtMon Arts
at the same time last Sunday a reception was held at the surrounded hy chicken wire to forestall Invasion of wild life from clothes the entire famllieiofthe Open( to school teachers from Flamingos To Join and Sciences annual "Emmy

morning In Long Island for two Naples Park Area Association the black African Jungle< I other babies, relatives of Mrs. Building on 103rd Avenue A cat. It Is s land where the once That is why she could work for travel for many miles to reach and In nature,the Florida ExhibitAt (dent, writer IbM Eerllng said

Carr's. ered buffet supper was enjoyedby fashion-conscious beauty must 18 years as a nurse it the doctor's the doctor and they can't leave course U being offered for undergraduate World's Fair he would present the offer to ;
Dr. and Mrs Paul Affeldt from 89( .guests.The blue and white bootsto side preserving life, Imparting their families! behind" and graduate credit the organization's board of trusI
thick sock and bulky
Geneva Ohio, arrived last Friday streamers decorated the hall anda wear Titled "Science Education HIALEAH CAP)-Fifteen fla.mlngoa tee for scum ,
at their home in Nobles Park four-tlered wedding cake trim. avoid snake bite, and heavy, knowledge, expecting nothing In As for the doctor himself the 403." the workshop will will go by plane to New' ,
on 108th Avenue. med with bells was on the center covering garrnents to shield her. return without! thinking once of Hungarian girl, born rich and provide teachers with aero York tonight to Join the Florida

Mr. and Mrs Paul Craig of of the bride's table self from the black flies carryIng her opulent Hollywood hOllu"'lIh who has lived richly waxes space knowledge and experiences exhibit at the World's Fair For the Grid ,
108th Avenue have with The out.or town
visiting were
guests :
sickness. the swimming pool) floating with poetic ( birds from
sleeping Including flights, tours The famed pink ,
them, Mrs. Craig's step-f.tther, Mr. and Mrs. Fredrich Schmidt
gardenias, or the mad round of "lie Is of Installations and the flock at Hlaleah rare course,
Charles Sdmmaker from Danville of St. Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs. It Is a hospital where It Is no an ordinary man with aerospace SWANK
Ill He Is dividing his visiting Carl Dimond of Bradenton, Mr. hot a newcomer can get a heatstroke parties with scintillating celebrity extraordinary dimension. His lectures and demonstrations by will remain at the fair until fall,
between Mrs Paul Craig and and Mrs. Max Cole of Ann Marie at midnight. Indeed the friends she left behind greatness Is Ms thinking-so outstanding leaders In this field, then be flown hack to their 'per. Billfolds

her sister, Mrs. Rojet Goth on Island, Mr. and Mrs. Karl 90-year-old doctor who built It To get this message across to simple, so crystal clear that If said Dr. Ulackmon.In lake.manent home on the Infield Ili Pocket Secretary
109th Avenue Naples Park. Koch from
LakelandMrs.George.
The Paul Cralgs visited Carl Rhame from St. Petersburg, Miss 50 years ago does not keep a other women' wasting their IInlrl'am.nc drinkbin' 1947 the Slat Department The Florida Came Com ml.. JOHN'SCLOTHING'
Jackson at Tarpon Springs last .Garry SUrtenter of St. Petersburg thermometer (there so that "we + of riches and fame Is educed She Libtary n/ ('enufffnissini *' -'.1011' ''11111'I" that the bird have !
weekend Mr. Jackson Is Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. John won't know how hot we really why IV formidable lady wrote Somehow she can't Imaginethis bonk by oes"Wbee> if their usual feedings of shrimp I

Crate's brother. Eagle of Miami. I are" her lush "All I Want Is Every world without the venerable r turned s German book It hadh.cked meat, rooked rice, wheat Uoe I
Mr. andMrs.R.H.Woodworthof and Mrs Michael Lancevln : out in 1919 for UM *the and
Mr. food vitamins
What Marlon Premlnger thing doctor "But If he dies, things : N MM* lot "f Pwir Cenwn
Willett Avenue Beach Pub Peace Confeicnc.
Vanderbilt the bridal couple, left Monday
,
The title Is unfortunate she will on his his ..
go teachings
had as guests for a few'days Mr. for their apartment In Wilmington wanted was what sll women want, -
sighs "It sounds so greedy, so philosophy, his gondness. Everybody .
and Mrs Jan Nuttlng.Mrs.Nuttlng Ohio, where Mr. Lang happiness. And through the aging .
is Mrs.Woodwork's sister. The ,evin 'is attached to the army missile ,doctor Albert Schweltser she material and the point Is that all will do what he expects,"

Nuttings are from Pitts base tot the next year anda 'discovered that spiritual well. the things I had In my life were And that Includes Marlon Mills

burgh Ptnn.and_ are planning half. .being, not the possession of nothing. Africa and what the Premlnger who In Ills work has
build their new home on Conners Anyone who may have some
Avenue, on the lagoon at Vander. I news items just call or stop bYI) 1 material things<< Is the way to doctor Is doing Is everything :found everything she wants IP
bllt Beach. Mr. Nutting Is now I would surely appreciate It. find It. fur Ills." life 1G I

retired tuuJ. was. !nnected! as an ._-
executive with WestfnghouseTThey
are looking forward to fol.
CHEVELLE Chevrolet
lowing their hobbles and fishing. by

Mr. and Mrs. Edward: J.Hall-:

and Icy of Mrs 107th Edward Avenue, Halllcy visited Mr.Jr. How to make your vacation fly by. and like it !

and family ut Stuart, f'la, over
last weekend. Settle back in foam-cushioned comfort, sizeof w hatever you want tocarry. Leave

Welcome to t new neighboron Surround yourself .with yard of soft a note for the milkman and get out of
Palm Court Vanderbilt Beach
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Easterlyand vinyls, plush fabrics, foam-cushioned soulsand town in a brand-new Chevellel! (

their three door-to-door carpeting. It's Trade 'N' Travel Time I
sons, Robert, now at your
David and Billy. Pick your power from a wide choice of TNpDE N TRAVEI Chevrolt-t dealer' Why don't you two 1'

Sea Mr.Cull and Ave Mrs, Vanderbilt Bud Rice Beach of economy and high performance engines. TIME get together and make Home vacation ; s I I Ia

have Mrs. Rice's brother visit. Fill the trunk ilh 27 cu. ft. vacation plans. Then, hit the road) a

ing with them from Chicago HI.Hut's '011 TIll sass "O.A', .ro.MIII Chrnllr/ .Malibn Suprr Spurt Cmtrrlibtf

Mr. JohnKudelka.and Mrs Forlst Hall of I

Bay View Avenue. Vanderbilt II
Beach, were visited by Mr. and I II

Mrs. Walter Knotts, from Fiv- I .4 i
era Beach, Fla, for 3 da)s last
week. Mr. and Mrs. Hall left
shortly afterwards for a visit
to the home of Mr. and Mrs. AT. Is Your
thur Egly of Port Charlotte for
twn lij's. e
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Penroseof
99th Avenue, NaplesPark, % Garden tj li
have. guests Mrs.Gilbit's
sisters Miss Linda and Miss
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Elaine Riffle, of Llgonler Pat ?

ly for enjoying two weeks.swimming They are and sure.fishIng Too Big For Your Lot?

In the Gulf; to the utmost


Nestor AT CONVENTION A. Aymong of 101st .9 Before this happens, you should M* the one acre

ed Ave the and annual Vanderbilt convention Drive attend.of the and l'arger homtlti In Blocks "H" and :TT of

Council of Catholicmen
Diocesan, held May 21.24 at John PINE RIDGE EXTENSION. ThM are specifically

Vlanney Seminary Miami the as toned for the amateur horticulturist. Your hobbles
delegate representing Holy

Name of Society Bonita and Springs.a. Leo's The Parish con. and your pets will enjoy the provisions of the PINE

theme was "Christian
venllon RIDGE EXTENSION lonln .
Responsibility in an Age of Re agricultural ,

newal"The agenda. Included panel discussions -_ s Write, or phone for full details

and workshop cover-
inc subjects of education em. s w & ft'
ployment, race relations and cl.vll .

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been besieged by people Adult class to start June 8th lessons for $6, and aU equip / E.". I

wanting golf lessons and Julius at 5(15 p.m.Students ment will be furnished. Anyone -1.

I Lesser, recreation director, age 9.12 on June interested in ntrtlctpa-
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, May 28, 1164
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BIG MOUTH-This strange creation Is not a whale with Its mouth wide open. It Is A J. Given Last Ch( Up Today ,
Fovtf new rear engine Offenhaustr equipped with new special tires expected to last the
power and entire distance of the Indianapolis 500
.. . INDIANAPOLIS (AP-Drlv set a 10.mile record of 158.828 I
ers In Saturday's $500,000 Me. m.p.h. for the Indianapolis Mo.
fuel economyof Naples Little League mortal Day auto race got their tor Speedway-then dashed off
last chance today to check to Holland to practice on the

whether mechanics put everything North Sea dunes course.
Merc 1000
a back In the right place The 500 Festival, an aspiring
alter post qualification tear- youngster which hopes to rival
with Holland Salley Coasts Again downs. the Mardi Gras and the Tourna.ment r.

The 33 glittering cars, of Roses, will reach a
stripped| down to the bare colorful climax this evening In

frames In a scrutiny for dam. a parade featuring 33 elaborate ,

IT competitors' Standard Rallies To Win 7-4 aged parts, were to be checkedout floats one for each starting car i
In a final practice with full and scores of bands and '
90 hpoutboards fuel loads from 2 to 4 p.m. EST. marching units. ;
It seemed unlikely that the Times have changed In the '
W L Trail Cleaners at 8:15. Hol. struck out nine. No Exchange highly specialized mechanics decades since the drivers usedto
Holland Salley 9 0 land Salley goes after a perfect runner got past second base had mlsassembled the expen wheel Into the Speedway on i
Klwants !3 I 4 record first half In the nightcap after the first Inning. Gratton slve machines-but It has hap. race-day morning In pickup

Standard Oil 4 5 5 against Klwanls.Raj had three Holland Salley hits pened. The late Jimmy Bryan, trucks, with no preliminaries, '
Exchange 6 )'burn's first homer last to take over the league leadIn winner of the !500 In 1958, was and set about fueling up for the
BEFORENOW Trail Cleaners 2.3 6 night, a fourth.inning blast good batting left at the starting line the next 500. Indianapolis has had four
Jaycee 7 for two runs, put Holland Salley Ed Frank pitched Standard to year when he couldn't let out his solid weeks of parties, and rec.
The 100 hp Mire 1000 tin it ItiJt Bill Rayburn made his firstpitching ahead, 3.2. Joe Cratton preceded Us victory over Jaycees in a clutch. Two bolts had been ognltlon affairs for past and
10 more horsepower than any other of Rayburn's homer contest matching two teams that
appearance the sea with a Interchanged. present luminaries of the auto
outboird It will outrun and julClillmy
competitor outboard! .ind doit son a memorable one last night, double. In the fifth inning, Ray have been down on their luck. Today also was the last racing world. '
on leii.turi. as he and his Holland Salley burn cleared the bases with The win was the first in five chance for world road racing The fantastic night before
teammates hung up( a 7.2 vie another four.bagger that sentIn games for standard The loss champion Jimmy Clark to get brawl on 16th Street, main
In actual tests on i typical firmly tory over Exchange three runs.Leadoct was Jaycees' fifth in a row. in a little practice since winning artery to the Speedway, Is to be i
runabout i competitor 90 hp out. Besides holding the oppositionto batter Billy Hatcher Jaycees held a 4.3 lead until .. the Grand Prix of the Nether. more subdued this Friday nightor I" I
board used 30 cent fuel
thin i Mere 1000 per when moil both outboard three hits and two unearnedruns got Holland Salley off to a good the last of the fourth, when, lands last Sunday He qualified so police hope. Instead of I
!wen traveling it(the competitor Nayl>urn slugged two home start In the first inning Hat. Standard Oil scored four runs, his new Lotus.Ford hurriedly on the thousands of fans parting I I
i too speed 01 course, it full runs to account for five of his cher swung at Exchange hurler Jim Jones walked, Frank sin. the first day of the !500 time all night In cars parked for I \
:throttlelhe I Merc hid a top speed of team's seven scores. In last Greg Hall's first pitch, andIt gled, and Mark Allen doubled trials May 18--so hurrldley he miles along the street, a special I' :,
more thin 10 per cent higher thin night's other tame, Standard Oil went over the left.center field both runners across. Allen scored overnight 1 poking tot has been : '
the 90 hp. Even the Merc ISO with rallied for a 7.4 decision over fence. Exchange came back In on a three.base error and Gary set on the Speedway's '
SS hp. wis mora' thin a match lor the Jaytttes. the home half of the first Inn Hartford singled In the final run. NY Mets Taking sprawling up property. Authorities
90 hp Thit i why the only outboard Action Friday at Ing with two runs on a wall :
night Cambler Frank three second.
gave up
also hope a special night court y
that could bell the Merc 8W ( [
n i Mail Orders For
Park and three
will errors the
conclude by
Merc 1000. first half Lit. usually Inning walks, enabling Jaycees for peace breakers will calm ,
1 Ie League lay.Second>! .halfgamesstart dependable Holland Salley In. to score three runs with the help All-Star GameNEW down the early arrivals. :
In (he time tests the competitor next Monday. In Friday's field. of singles by Chris Provenzanoand .
75 hp outboard used 21 per cent more first game, Jaycees will meet Rayburn walked three and Don Hunter. Standard got YORK (AP) The New I
fuel thin the Merc 1000 when the 1
back in the last of the sec.
one
started
York Mets have accept.
Merc it the NHS Coach
was cruising 751 top Hoop
speed. end, Greg Orick singling across ing mall orders for reserved

", I Jones. seats for the major league All. Reports 17 Games
High horsepower MiltS (Merc 1000 Baseball Hartford doubled In one run Star game at Shea Stadium
and Merc 850))hiveg sjlin I line tmill: 4- and scored another In the third July 7.The. Already ScheduledBasketball
bore cylinder instead of four bjf 'to tie It up, but Jaycees took Mets said Wednesday gen.
boy These cylinder like other outboird 'the lead again in the fourth on eral admission tickets at $2.10 coaches are busy
smaller cylinders ire more Roundup Lance Stahlman'sslngletwo at this time of trying to
efficient In the most work will go on sale the day of the year
squeezing '? THE A300CUTKD nose pitches and a ground ball.Frank schedules next sea-
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from every drop ol fuel. to give game. Reserved seats cost $8.40 arrange
you more miles per gallon, Power- By MIKE RATHET League, Ed Rakow stopped Bal. permitted only three hits in the for boxes, $6.30 for loge and son.
Dome combustion chambers further; Associated Press Sports Writer I tlmore for the second time in game, and struck out nine. $4.20 for upper.stand seats.Orders Jerry Howell, new coach at
reduce fuel consumption ind boost three games and preserved a should be mailed to Naples High School, reports
the Smill.bore. short.stroke "Good shows, fine food, beau.
power
design also allows Mara to be made tlful dames? I Just don't die 6.3 Detroit victory, the New All.Star Tickets, Shea Stadium, that 17 games are under contract S

smaller and \lighter, ?and still I deliver that stuff any more." York Yankees whipped Cleve. Little League Flushing, N.Y. 11368. They already, with two longtime .f
more power at the prop thin land 7.2 and Washington edged should Include a check or mon Eagle opponents, Immo-
other outboards of eouil! or imler! [, It's strictly a soda pop and Boston 9.8 In 11 innings. The ey order payble to the New York kalee and Alva, still to be fit-
piston displacement Chicago White Sox Mets with an additional 75 cents
nrly.to'bpd world now for Bo, were rained AveragesThrough ted in to the schedule.
out at Kansas City for each order to cover registryand
Fuel economy. speed, durability. and who Wednesday night took a postage... The varsity Eagles will make
tremendous pulling power ire en shower alter a game for/ythe/ Wednesday'sGamea J two long trips next season, to'
into A Merc first time this Mason. 18 bats
gmeered every Mercury By MURRAY CHASS or more at
Key West in December and Orlando i'
will consistently give you more miles The reformed Angel"I'm Associated Press Sports Writer I
NT gallon ind more milf Mr hour behaving like a ball player"- When Joe Nuxhall was throw. AIl H RP Avg Lelgue' in January, the coach re

thin any other outboard in I its powerrange pitched hIs first complete came Ing newspapers onto front Gratton 31 19 24 .613 1 ports. The trip to Kerl.West
WE LAY IT Remember,only Mercury givei will be December = and
you i in Only Mercury his Jet Prop and equaled his entire 1963 vie. porches, Hank Fischer was toss Hartford 30 18 25 .600 ,
eihiust Remember also (hit tory total I by posting victory No. ing toys out of his playpen. Johnson 22 10 8 .4S5 ,Leaders, the Orlando Evans game will 1

Mercury gives you the most hp per 2 as Lo Angeles defeated Minnesota Two decades later, Nuxhall Barley 24 10 19,417 be January 29. The Evans ..
pound the most hp per cubic Inch, 4.1 in the opener of a and Fischer are throwing shut By THE ASSOCIATED PREbS series suited last year. The
the most miles per gallon. twUnlghter. 'outs at National League oppo Hall Rayburn 24 28 11 10 14.411 National League Key West series began in 1960-

See your Mere dealer todiy COMPARE It's been two years and 22 i nets.Each n.393 Batting ((75 at bats) Wll. 61.
the Mire 1000 and Mtrc ISO days since Dellnsky, a veteran pitcher recorded his Daniels 26 10 13.385 Hams, Chicago, ,396, Mays, San Besides Evans and Key West,
with competitor 90 hp outboards pool shark and rookie pitcher, I third shutout Wednesday night, Flowers 29 11 19.3'19D. Francisco, ,384.RunsMaya the
ON THE LINE Learn why you let more RUN lorlour announced his arrival on the I high In the league this season. Hunter 29 11 9 .3'19 San Francisco, following are under contract

money with Mercury ". 100 85. major league scene by hurling'Cincinnati's Nuxhall stopped the Lawrence 20.7 20.350Frank 37; Clemente Pittsburgh, 30. for home-and-home engagements
50, 35' 20, 91, 6 and 11 hp :out.bards a no-hitter Last year, ho made i stumbling Los Angeles Dodgers 26 9 12,348 Runs batted in Mays, San Puma Gorda Venice,
and MerCruiser Stern Drives hit first exit, shipped to''' the 1.0 on six hits while Fischer Tucker 24 8 14.333 Francisco, 40; Boyer, St. Louis, Kentucky Military, Fort Myers,
.
Ito to 310 60 and
hp
gasoline; minors with a 2-9 record. I hurled a four.hltter In Mtlwau North Fort Myers.andLaDelle.
100 hp diesel ADen 31 10 18,323Vkchon
This time, lie says, things are I kee's 2.0 victory over Houston. 25 8 14 .320 33.Hits Clemente, Pittsburgh, Because there will be only one

going to be different. The year-old Fischer Increased Griffin 2. 8 13,296 60; Torre, Milwaukee, 56. game with Evans.Howell Is tryIng -
"I'm giving it my best shot," i ihe his record to 5.2 and Doubles Clemente, Pitts to
get another away game
Hatcher 18 5 8 .278
said, "I've pitched some 1 lowered his earned.run average brugh, 13; Williams, Chicago; for that weekend.
good games and didn't win. Dut to I 2.75. Nuxhall, year-old veteran Bass 26 7 14,269 Torre, Milwaukee, and Groat, Junior high coach Bill Mar
as long as I know I'm pitching' won his fourth game Lindabury 2. 7 8 ..259O. St. Louis, 10. shall
three defeats and .Cowles 30 1 12 .233 who plans to finish bas
WE'll, I won't get discouraged. i against reduced Triples.Santo
Chicago 5 Cle- ketball
The breaks are bound to fall'[ his ERA to 3.30. Provenzano 29 8 6 .201 menle 4. ; by the end of Januarynext
Pittsburgh
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my way sooner or later." The Cincinnati southpaw went Finley 20" 8 ,200Scofleld Home runs-Mays, San Fran. season, has four games
.
They did against the Twins. I[from delivering newspapers in 25 5 4 .200 Cisco, 17; Howard, Los Angeles, under contract home-and-
iTeh:k Bfllnsky allowed Minnesota's \Hamilton Ohio, to pitching In RP..Runs produced, total of 13. home series with North Fort

only ruts cm Harmon Klllebrew's I the major leagues at the age of runs scored and runs batted In. Stolen baseWill, Los An. Myers and Cypress Lake. He
13th homer but scattered seven 1 15. That was In 1944 when Ftsch expects to with
geles, 15, Harper, Cincinnati, 9. arrange games
ASK ANY hits, strutk out eight and did Pitching ((5 decisions) Far. Myers Junior
NFL Announces
When the Braves' right hand
mtt not walk a man In a strong per. rell, Houston, and Marlchal, High, Lemon Bay of Englewood -
formance Still he needed some
35 Pre-Season San Francisco, 7.1.875.StrikeoutsKoufax Fort Myers Jayvees,
brilliant fielding support-and :1959, Nuxhall already had been Los An.
Alva and
,
Bishop Verot.
got It. playing for 15 years. In fact,
I[
Games ScheduledNEW gelds, 61; Marlchal, San Fran. Marshall
With the Angels leading 2.1 I tour years before, Nuxhall led Cisco !59. simultaneously Is
.4 and two men on In the seventh, I the league In shutouts with five. YORK (AP)-Featured trying to get a sixth opponent
Dull>y Knap made an over-lhe. Fischer's victory Wednesday by another doubleheader In ::0 fill out his football schedule
shoulder catch of Earl Battey's i ishal night overshadowed the two.hit Cleveland on Sept.. 5, the Na. American League iext fall. He thought he had
>w fly t Minnesota .381 Hinton
LOCALMERC eighth, with the eyeing run on base, Alhh| l Pearson made a i another NL shutout, Art Ma schedule of 35 games. ant shied away.
34
Runs Oliva, Minnesota, ,
running, une.handed catch of I hafley threw a four hitter as The College All Stars vs. the
hullo halted champion Chicago Bears in Chi. Rollins, Minnesota, 33.
Wsjlifs' Unu drive to Philadelphia Pittsburgh's
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MONTH IS MYTH
Runs batted In Stuart Bos.
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don'p ti nter. !five.game winning streak 2 .0. cago opens the exhibition season ,
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ton, and Wagner Cleveland 32. 'HMII'o.O: rON. DOl( ') -
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The Twins, however, came Juan Marie rial! limited St. Louis on Aug. 7. I
Hits Oliva, Minnesota, 64 hi hilief. thai o\Hcrs UK good
bark to tike the nightcap, win. to I Inliif seven hits In San Francisco's The Cleveland twin bill pairs ;
Hinton Washington 57. In cut only during months that
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4.3 mi Don Mincher's homo I 21 1 triumph while Dick Ells the New York Giants against
Doubles-Rollins, Minnesota, have IIn "R" ,ix a mlhnayii the
the Detroit Lions and the Green
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er in the 13th Inning 'north and Chicago: stopped New
Packers the Iii; Bressoud, Boston, and Mat. Department of the Inlell'''.
Elou'ahere in the American York 71 1 on seven htts.Base'ball Bay against The '
Browns. hews, Kansas City, 10. Interior' Rurtau of C on*
Triples-Green, Kansas City; nu-uiul I Kishcricn .uy" that
Fregosl, Los Angeles, Versallesand oyster usually reach their peak
StandingsN Yesterday's Oliva, Minnesota, and Hln. of Pttfeitmn ,in May and June -
i ton, Washington, 4. rixinhn that have no "R" in
:N. > American" League Home runs-Klllebrew, Mln.nesota Ihem.O.lel".
W. L. P.'t, G.n. W. L. Pit. C.B. Stars 13, Colavlto,Kansas City, are fatter and ante
:22! 14 20 10 hotter in the Bureau
Phll.IlIt'h.III.I : .011 Chic igoBaltimoip .007 12. npring,
S.UI' (Fret 23 I" .00' 24 Iii .615 h.. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i; Stolen bast's-Aparlclo, Baltimore nays, heinuiic it'* the time, they
bidwmkda' 22:!: 17 .SC4,0 11. New York 20 14 .'88 2 PITCHING Art Mahaffey,, 22: ; Wills, Chicago; Wag. KHIII in More. slyvi on. an am-
OWNER st. Inul" :20: 18 .-'; 2 Minnesota 22 18 ,3'.0; 3 Phillies, shut out Pittsburgh 2.0(I i ner, Cleveland, FrefoM, Los An. n.il shish, ,in r'e.'al.1fl". .
Pltt.lmiKli 23: : 18 .:"lO.20 2 Cleveland, 18 I 15 34'! 3H4'i im four hits as Philadelphia geles; Versalles, Minnesota, and.taw Hpnvmint season in .unl""" .
CmHou'limit) 20 18 ,-. 3 5,)-stcHi, 20 19 .'.IJ maintained Its Mim grip on Na.tlonal .,i Hinton, Washington, 5. '
..ton 20 23 .465 51! ,- Di troll 18 20 .474 61i.s.tngp'slx League lead Pitching (5 dec-tlilons-Bunk.
YOU wont the belt
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Sunday, May 28, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7

between you'n'mePackers' FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK MakeBelieveWar .

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Golden Boy t1110g1DA FLORIDA DIAMONDBACK I r '
DUApNP 54p.O I
P1O MARKNGfSNAES ; .r Is Found
Takes Some Giant Steps Po 's 1.y"1 FRmseo TMr

BY MURRAY OLDERMAN '' 3 'F' faewsAfm.rf
Cwr.h..a aN.roR Bloodless
Sports Editor > 5:2E Tb 6 FT./' eIACKSIAC. Not
A Newspaper Enterprise Assn. AWt1
BLVTHE, Calif. (AP) This
NEW YORK (NBA) There are 65 steps from SrRMf ra S/t 1 SfY Ot AWRfcAaf could be the day of derision for >
ound level to the rim of City Stadium in Green hay, / fs IW fdIDVj 100,000 (fighting men spread I,
id Paul I for'nung hail |his sole Implanted on all of them. iQAT1dtiESNAKEs across 13 million acres In a
It's part of Paul's penance for being away from pro CANEBRAKE make.believe, but not bloodless,

.otball l a year, during which lie lectured little bon on saACt RArna war over the Colorado River

ie e-uls of being had or \\hat happens when you get :u+ 1 FLORIDA HitS 6srecxs out Peace by both feelers mythical have nations been put In

aught! betting on your own team Operation Desert Strike.
". think 'last >uras good for me." he said In a bit ofa ,srotta.MAARN.O. Z'rSF GNAKEB/TS If RARITY And reports are growing that *
shocker." "It showed me I could go out and make a 0ur 8E CAp. directors of the operation wantto to1 5av
living. ro3fr oe .awfotACr' avoid any conflict with < .Iv
WEAR &OOTS LC66WGS
But a guy doesn't sneeze at $30,000 either for six months Aaaf 1C MAQNt, HIM highway traffic over the l
,ork with shoulder pads, which brings up an irritating WHEN /V TUB WOODS OR Memorial Day weekend.If .
oint to Hornung He's teed off because all stories of his avwRmv Ft f IPS WEAR PANTS LE6 so, today or Friday mat
i eturn to the Packers after R TAN OUTfiPS Of ftoorg. USE
a year's suspension emphasize COLOR bring an end to the ear's Urg s'
\, is contributions as a blocker COPPERHEAD CAfrIOAARGbWD LOSS ANP est military maneuver, a multi '
Since Hornung is 28 and missed half of the 1962 season 1 # "'S'ICO'W5 we BKUSHY PLACfS DON'T mllfon-dollar training exer>'tse 1
ith a bad knee, there is speculation about his ability to be pur HANDS OK FACE CLOSE that has cost 8 lives directly 24
he driving force that he was for the Packers in their Indirectly
hampionship years of 1961.62, TO TH GKOUND WITHOUT Twelve of the 32 have died
!, Physically" answered 'oach Lombardl. "he'll be COTTONMOUTH F/fST LOOKM6 CAREFULLY since the war games began
O.K. But he'll hue mental problems. Paul will have Sue TO 4 fr on *xW are MAlK,6s 0 LOOK CAKtFULLY BEFORE May 16, but only one of them
to learn how to be hit again lie's also got to be ready ON rmea SITTING VovJ OUTDOORS was caused by a weapon and
to take criticism. Fans can be pretty cruel. Anybody MOCCASItdS 0 CARRYASWAKEB/TE that was an apparent suicide, MOON OR BITER I This ertllt'l concept II of Bet-
that has a $1 bet will be critical. j Yr r KtT 0 AWTne RULES officers of the maneuver said Ing lunar orbiter circling moon with open petals of solar I
1, 'Paul will mean a lot to the club" added Jim Ringo the s/re >b Of GIVING flKST AlP Latest reported casualty cameat cell panels, photographing surface for telecasts to earth
.1' 111.pro center who was traded to the Eagles, "as a man. Z r i FOR SNAKEBITE noon Wednesday, when the-
i 1'hey need a leader out there" pilot of an Air Force FIDO M
;. I Opinion was solicited elsewhere around the league, and CORAL StfAKE fighter was killed In a crash I Talks
this is what turned up: FLORIDA GAME Ano fi.SN WA7U F/Se, COMMISSION near Vidal Junction, Calif. Deputy Rogers

,, \ George Allen, defensive coach Chicago Bears: "Mr. Officials said 1st Lt Peter II.
1, [.ombardi will see that Mr Hornung is In playing condition. Injury Keeping Trotogott, 24, of Vancouver,
> If he were a marginal player, it would be a different story. Three Tie For Wash., was flying a simulated J About Juveniles At
lie was too much the skillful artist to sacrifice everything Scoundrel Out strafing mission near ParkerDam .;
tie had I felt Hornung was the finest all around back in Florida State when the crash occurred.
';! Jhe NFL" Low Net Prize Of Jersey Derby Trotogott's death. was the third

Don Shula, head coach Baltimore Colts: "lie puts points League CHERRY HILL, N.J. (APr. In an aviation accident since I Meet
I up on the Scoreboard all the time. He'll snap back physically v U Injury has forced The Scoundrel May 18 and the sixth since Naples Rotary
Beach ClubWinners
without any problem The guy has been through it all and At By THE ASSOCIATED HUM out of the tlOOOOO.addetor !I forces began gathering here In
" Bias great pride.." of the low net play ey Derby at Garden Stat a i February. Trotogott leaves his who youngsters can dream up,"Rogers
; George Wilson, head coach, Detroit Lions: "1 think Paul the Beach ClubIn Daytona Beach has moved I iaturdjy and moved Roy Slur. parents, Peter It. Trotogott and Deputy John Roger, of told Rotarlans.
i,;. lis the type of individual not to let himself get out of shape. Wednesday at back Into a second.place tie i:11': Mr. Brick Into the tavoreoJ !I Mrs. Evelyn T, Morrow, both of leads tile Juvenile lIureau lie said the majority of juvenile
[His timing might be off, but I noticed he worked out with a the men's'weekly tourna- with Lakeland In the Florida I' +. Vancouver, the; Collier County She riffs De- taken Into
I high school team in his home town last year to make sure he ment were wtlf Woodlll. Pete State League and they're only The Scoundrel, purchased laiveek st t It all began because Calonla ,)artment, gave Naples Hot a rims delinquents
I won't be too rusty, With Paul back, the Green Bay running Lefferson and L.F. McConnell, two games back of Fort Lauder for $500,000 by San Fran. -on the California side of the an Insight Into the bureau's custody are of the white race.
I' (attack will be strengthened, Both Hornung. and Jimmy all tied for first with nets of dale today. Uco:: sptrtsman KJell Qvale, Colorado and Its mythical ,activities at the Wednesday Girls are guilty of the most
1", I Taylor are terrific blockers 69, The two,hit pitching of Bob vas decUred out of the rac I neighbor, Nezona, on the Art- luncheon meeting of the club at violent crimes.
Nick Pietrosante, Lion fullback: "U ill Paul come back There was a 3-way tie for Taylor lifted the Islanders Into ,Wednesday alter an examlnaIon 10 Bona side, were feuding over he: beach Club hotel Program "Fortunately, the majority
strong! I hope not for our sake, because I think we've second position with Tom Abbott a tie with the Tigers Wednes. I' got( a good shot this year Seriously the big thing Is that Bob Abbott and Don El- day night as Daytona Beach veterinarian r Trainer Mesh Ten. water. Introduced Rogers President our jurisdiction can be paroled
a he laid oft two jean lie really missed most of '62 with ferdlnk posting net TTs. E.V. bested Lakeland 7 2. Don Pep. ley estimated The Scoundr,I I On the night of May IS, Cal. Miles Scofleld welcomed seven to their parents or teach-
the bad knee." Brumflel scored a net 72 for per's two.run homer In the would be out of action fur a t t onla stopped arguing and sent ers until they appear at the
, Rotarians.
1I
Jimmy Tayor, Packer fullback: "Paul is really going to eighth represented Lakeland's I east six months. troops by helicopter to occupy visiting
of
next session juvenile court.
i hustle and build up some more of that image he had. Besides, third and Andy Anderson came scoring Rufus Anderson got an This means the 3-yeir-ol d:I Parker and Davis dams, In aa Rogers said the jevenlle delinquency them If
they can't 'key' on me like they did last year." up fourth with a 73. Infield single In the fourth. Al 'colt:: which finished second the i demilitarized tone supervised problem Is not confined We Incarcerate only
,----- Twenty-seven players tour Lewis led the Islanders with I t Preakness and third In th e> by a mythical International to this county alone, but absolutely necessary Rogers:
ed the Beach Club layout. three hits, three stolen bases 1 Kentucky Derby under the col. body, the Organization of West. Is nation-wide In scope. lie added. The county jail has a
Giles Asks For there dedicated are men enough on the coolheaded staff to, Next week another low net and two runs. 'era; of Rex Ellsworth, will mis I i ern States. laid the aim of local juvenile separate cell for juveniles.
prevent action which would event will be played and the second Slugging featured the other 1 t he Belmont Stakes at New Yor k The following day Nezona de jfflclalj la to rehabilitate err- Unfortunately he said, the
any
Cool! Heads In l he harmful to the league or the round of the 72-hole tour two games as St. Petersburg J rune 6.Beach. dared war and Invaded Calonla. lug youngsters and make them county does not have facilitiesfor
game." nament of the men's association thrashed Miami 14.2 on 18 hits; Over the past two weeks, air responsible members of society rehabilitating youngsters
Giles said that In February he will also be scheduled at Orlando walloped Tampa IS-4, Club Men and ground units of the U.S. : Only In extreme cases are through constant supervision.
with IS hits and Sarasota beat Strike Command formed In 1901 When all ordinary efforts fall,
Umps' Crisis had proposed an Increase In the the same time. juveniles committed to state Initltutlons -
umpires' retirement benefits to Fort Lauderdale, 6-3, In a game to give this nation a striking youngsters are committed to
CINCINNATI tAPWarrenGies ) make these "comparable with HOW TO PLAY IT that had 25 hits. Open Play In force ready for limited war any state Institutions Rogers saidIn
where the world have been
National League president those lit the players."I Continuing his series of com- The 18 hits at St. Petersburg Into In two forces ,play.aclinglike Rogers said his department these training schools the juveniles
, faced with a July 3 urn. am advised," Giles wenton ments on how the hlgh-handl' were good for 32 bases 72-Hole TourneyThe split two nations In mortal, strugtl itarted compiling aCentralJu- are under close supervision -
Aired strike, has tailed fur "the umpires at their May capper should play the course. 'entle Index approximately one can be given psychiatric
"couNheaded, dedicated men on 23: meeting rejected the plan I Pro Paul Bell discussed Hole first round of a 72-hol,e> Under the Calonlan banner :i year ago. The Index carries care, and stand a much
the staff to prevent any action had outlined and asked for No. 18. He rates the hole DavisDuBaneTeam ournament: of the Naples Beac!h were the 1st Armored Division 'information .11T1llar to that con- better chance of being effec-
which would be harmful to the greater benefits. I have advised Club: Men's Assoclatlonwisplaj'. Fo11000 Tex. the 101st .
the most difficult Par 4 on of utlvelrehabilitated.
1 league .tft: the"game" while h? their representative that I will the course. Wedneadijr, with the net totil I, Airborne Division of Fart Camp cords': --crimes committed,disposition Rogers told of several unusual
"communicates" with the attor. time submit I present their request recommendation. at the same Dell advises a drive favoringthe Wins At :using the IBM'' handicap 'ourret It> bell,' Ky., and the 2nd Brigade 1 made of case, etc. experiences with young
my
for the( men.ln-blue.
ney 1 he: week of play being used I. of the 40tli Armored Division of
The umpires' attorney John ." left side to avoid out-of- The four rounds are lobe pia Y r. the California National Guard. Ha said the county has had delinquents, and said to date
J. Reynolds, said Wednesdaythat Giles said he would do this at bounds and large lake on the Big CypressA 4 id May 27th, June 3rd, 10th an d I Under Nezona's banner were i5' juvenile court cases so far only one boy sent to a state
the umpires were slicking the regular midsummer league right. Then for the second 17th. Twenty three playersenteiid '. the mechmlMd Cth Infantry Dl t his year 11 traffic viola- Institution has had to be senr
to their July 3 ultimatum unless meeting that will be held after shot unless there's best-ball of 64 won Ions three assault a second time.
a strong score the match and first day score s vision of Fort Carson Colo., the t aggravated ,
their pension demands were the At All-Star Game, July 7. following wind and a good tee top honors at Dig Cypress yesterday I are a* follows, after deductln g 258th Brigade of the Arizona Na. tight breaking and entering,six
met, despite Giles' first official present, umpires get $200a shot position he advises play- for Clarence Davis and I handicap tlonal Guard, the 2nd Armored 1 arcenles, one auto theft one
statement on the subject. In his when year for retire each year:of service Ing short of the water, and a Ed DuBane Davis shot 82- Wilt Woodlll 69, L.R. Leffeiion .Division and the 191st Infantry sex i offense one concealed wea- For the Grid .
at 53.
statement, Giles said: pires'they association wants The this urn. pitch to the green for the third 14-68 and DuBane 98-1581 tn I 69, L.F. McConnell 69, Ton n 1 Brigade of Army Reserves from Don j three runaways, and other
"Our office and our league Is
sympathetic to their request for raised to $300 a year for each sliot. Bell advises playing well their winning effort, using 7/8 Abbott Abbott 71 71,, Don E Brumnel EUerdlnk 72 71, ,And B u b Arizona, New Mexico andY classifications Including game" SWANK

a tal rand reasonable Increasein year of service The umpires up onto the$I reen to avoid the of their handicaps. Anderson 73, Frank Blair 7'I, Nevada.At the moment the bdttlellnei i law violations, etc. JEWELRY
their retirement ben contribute five per cent of their right and left, pointingout Second spot In the bestbsUI Rogers displayed tile various
present traps D.L I Stevens 74, B.F Brlggs 7lAI !I, stretches along the Colorado In Cuff Links Tie Tact
e fit s. salaries to the pension fund. that the rear of the green I of-pair tourney went to Dick l Hackett 78. a virtual stalemate, with each 'weapons taken from Juvenile offenders -
"Their recent action was pre. Reynolds, apprised of Giles' Is well sloped to contain the Vance and George Losler witha Arch Matson 77, Fred WlllarH 'd nation about where I It was when Included were weighted JOHN'S
mature Their cause will not be the statement, said it did not affect ball hit deeply. 66.Pro H.L. Dixon 77, Jim Lulejlart ill the war began < chains zip guns black-
3 .
July ultimatum
helped by Issuing ultimatums 01 matum The sit! If the player hits his tee shoi Phil Darbyshlre reminded F.r. Grliwold 79MA. led! | Jacks, knives, sawed-off shot-

setting deadlines. I am confident er 18 of was the league's Issued Monday 20 umpiresmet aft. into the lake at the right, Dell golfers that Dig Cypress will cock 80, Bill Whitely 81, Han t.l The population of Asia In. J gun and rifle, razors, etc. CLOTHING

REGRET STANDS ALONE in Chicago and announced said he should drop a ball behind take part In the 13th annual I iluttac Ales But 81 ike, Henry 83 Watkins II Sr.ute 8:,' creases at the rate of about ''This will give you some Ideaf V, Milt Cut .f Fwir CI'''."

LOli I SMI LlJ, ,Ky" (AI') Only tint "appiopriate action" mightbe the water, shooting 3. National Golf Day event sponsored 15. Scotty am 30 million annually: I> the methods of mayhem
one filly, Regret in 191V haM taken if their demands were If the tee shot Is OK, but May 30th by the PGA. ..
won the Kentucky Dirhy not satisfied. the second shot goes Into the On that date and for the week iHHiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiniittiiiii ''''' '''' '' '''' '''''' ''''' '''
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a ball back of the point the competition with gross scor- In Beautiful
ball entered the water, being es shot May 30th by Jack Nick-

1 ...ar sure to keep the lake betweenthe laus and Julius Boros playingthe
ball and the green, playing Columbus Country Club, ON GALLEON DRIVE
4. Ohio. All proceeds from the .
If the player's second shot I event go to golf charities. ,

enters the lake at the right, w 1 r
he should drop a ball opposite "
where the ball entered the water safely seated before startingthe

M since this is then regarded can. He pointed out the +

r JIr ,1 as a parallel hazard, play- buggies weigh about 1,000 nit r i ; ? ; ,,
Ing 4. pounds and can seriously Injure

In his tip of the week, Dell a player who U thrown out, or, 4 v IF
N advises players using carts to If mishandled, can tip over and r

r J make sure all occupants are Injure more than one.There' "
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Recreation Department schedules will be as follows! try Club. There will be six a a II

has been besieged by people Adult class to start June 8th lessons for $5, and all equip- / .1''. 1

wanting golf lessons and Julius at 5(15 p.m.Students ment will be furnished. Any

Lesser recreation director age 9-12 on June one Interested In participating
says he Is happy to announce 1st at 9 a.m.Students is urged to register at : I

that new classes will be under age 12 and overon once at the Recreation Department SPORTS 1

way the first pan of June and June 1st at 10:30 aj-n. office a; classes are 41s.l
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BIG :MOUTH This strange creation Is not a whales a with its mouth wide open. It II A J. Given Last Che Up Todayset
Fo rl new rear engine OfTenhauser. equipped with new special tires expected to last the
power and entire distance of the Indianapolis 500.

--. -- .. INDIANAPOLIS (AP)-Drlv- a t mile record 158.828
ers In Saturday's $300,000: Me. mph for the Indianapolis Motor r
fuel economyof Naples Little League mortal Day auto race got their SIdway-then| dashed off '
last chance today to check to Holland to practice on Ihe i

whether mechanics put everything North Sea dunes course.
Merc 1000
a bark In the right place The 500 Festival, an aspirin
Holland alter post qualification tear- youngster which hopes to rival t
Coasts
with Salley Again downs. the Mardi Gras and the Tourna. I

The 33 glittering cars, ment of Roses, will reach a
stripped down to the bare colorful climax this evening In

competitors' frames In a scrutiny for d.am.aged a parade featuring 33 elaborate

IT Standard Rallies To Win 7-4 parts, were to be checkedout floats-.one for ear-tt starting car
In a final practice with full and scores of bands and
90 hpoutboards -, fuel loads from 2 to 4 p.m. EST. marching units. )j:
It seemed unlikely that the Times have changed In the ;".
w L Trail Cleaners at 5:15. Holland .
struck out nine. No Exchange highly specialized mechanics decades since the drivers used
Holland Salley 0 0 Salley goes after a perfect- runner got past second base had Disassembled the expen. to wheel into the Speedway on
Kiwanis !5! 4Standard record first half In the
nightcap after the first Inning. Cratton
S 5 sine machines-but It has hap. rare-day morning in pickup
Oil 4 6 against Klwanls.Raj had three Holland Salley hits pened. The late Jimmy Bryan, trucks, with no preliminaries, '.
Ext hangs 3 6 'burn's first homer last to take over the league leadIn winner of the 500 In 1958, was and set about fueling up for the D

Trail Cleaners 2 7 night, a fourlh-inning blast good batting left at the starting line the next 500. Indianapolis has had four I I'
BEFORENOW Jaycees for two runs, put Holland Salley Ed Frank pitched Standard to year when he couldn't let out his solid weeks of parties and recognition
The 100 hp Mire 1000 his it 'lust Bill Raburn made his first ahead, 32. Joe Cratton pre. Its victory over Jaycees In a clutch. Two bolts had been affairs for past and j'!
10 moss horsepower thin any othtr pitching appearance of the sea. ceded Rayburn's homer with a contest matching two teams that Interchanged. present luminaries of the auto

any outboard.competitor's It will outboird putryn! ind. ,Indc pjitfiull doit son a memorable one last night, double. In the fifth Inning, Ray. have been down on their luck. Today also was the last racing world. l'

on Im fuel. as he and his Holland Salley burn cleared the bases with The win was the first In five chance for world road racing The fantastic night before ,
teammates hung up a 7.2 victory another four.bagger that sent games for Standard. The loss champion Jimmy Clark to get brawl on 16th Street, main
:In actuil tests on a typical belly over Exchange In three runs.Leadoff was Jaycees' fifth In a tow in a little practice since winningthe artery to the Speedway Is to be I
runabout i competitor i 90 hp outboard Besides holding the opposition batter Billy Hatcher .
Jaycees held a 4.3 lead until Grand Prix of the Netherlands more subdued this Friday nightor ",
than a used Marc 30 1000 per when cent more both out.fuel to three hits and two unearnedruns got Holland Salley off to a good the last of the fourth, when last Sunday. He qualified so police hope. Instead of ,; 1

boards were traveling it the compel- Rayburn slugged two home start in the first Inning. Hat. Standard Oil scored four runs. his new Lotus.Ford hurriedly on the thousands of fans partying :
tor's top speed. 01 course, at lull runs to account for five of his cher swung at Exchange hurler Jim Jones walked, Frank sin. the first day of the 500 time all night in cars parked for t
:throttle the Mitt hid I top speed of team's seven scores. In last Greg Hall's first pitch, and gled, and Mark Allen doubled trials May 18-so hurrldley he miles along the street, a special ',\ i
more thin 10 per cent higher than night's other game, Standard Oil II went over the left.center field both runners across. Allen score overnight; puking\. tot has been I ;
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the 90 hp. Even the Mutt 850. with rallied for a 7.4 decision over fence. Exchange came back In ed on a three.base error and Gary set on the Speedway'ssprawling
IS hp was more thin i mitch for the Jayrees. the home half of the first InnIng Hartford singled In the final run. NY Mets Taking up Authoritiesalso I''
90 hp. That's why the only outboard Action Friday night at Gambler with two runs on a wall Frank gave three second- property
that could beet the Mutt ISO .it I up Mail Orders hope a special night court
Merc 1000. Park will conclude first-half Lit. and three errors by the usually. Inning walks, enabling Jayceesto For for peace breakers will calm
le League llay,8econd.h.tlfgames dependable Holland Salley In. score three runs with the help All-Star GameNEW down the early arrivals.
In the urns tests, the competitor's start next Monday. In Friday's field of singles by Chris Provenzano
75 hp outboard used 21 cent more first will meet Rayburn walked three and
per game, Jaycees and Don Hunter Standard got YORK (AP) The New
fuel thin the Merc 1000 when the
one back In the last of the sec. .
York Mets have started acceJlt.Inc
Mere it the 751 NHS Coach
was cruising top Hoop
speed. ond, Greg Orick singling across mall orders for reserved

Jones. seats for the major league All. Reports 17 Games
High, .horsepower Metes (Mire 1000 Baseball Hartford doubled In one run Star game at Shea Stadium
and Merc ISO) hive Hi I in-line small: scored another In the third July '7.The Already Scheduled
bore cylinders l Instead of lour bjg- H' Cnd tie It up, but Jaycees took Mets said Wednesday general .
boil! cylinders like other outboirds. ''the Basketball coaches
lead again in the fourth on admission tickets at $2.10 are busy ,
These
smaller cylinders art more Roundup Lance Stahlman's single,two wild at this time of trying to '
efficient In the work will go on sale the day of the year
from every squeezing drop of ,fuel .m10 give ? THE A580CUTKD PBEU pitches, and a ground ball. Frank game. Reserved seats cost $8.40 arrange schedules for next sea-

you more miles per gallon. PowerDome By MIKE RATHET League, Ed Rakow stopped Bal.tlmore permitted only three hits In the for boxes, $6.30 for loge and sn..
combustion chambers further for the second game, and struck out nine. for coach
Associated Press Sports Writer time In $4.20 upper-stand seats Jerry Howell new at
reduce fuel consumption. and boost "Good shows, fine food, beau three games and preserved a Orders should be mailed to Naples High School reports ,
the Smill
bore short stroke
power. -
design also Mires to bt made tlful dames? I Just don't dig 6.3 Detroit victory the New All-Star Tickets Shea Stadium, that 17 games are under contract 11
smaller d'\II\ r. ..ind still deliver that stuff any more." York Yankees whipped Cleve. Little League Flushing, N.Y. 11368. They already with two long-
more power at the prop than land 7.2 and Washington edged should Include a check or mon time Eagle opponents Immo- .:
other outboards of equal or irntef! It'a strictly a soda pop and Boston 9.8 In 11 innings. The ey order payble to the New York lulu and Alva, still to be fitted -
piston displacement ..arly.to-bed world now for Bo, Chicago White Sox were rained Averages Mets with an additional 75! cents
who Wednesday night took a out at Kansas City. for each order to cover registry In to the schedule.
fuel economy, speed durability, ind and The varsity Eagles will make
tremendous pulling power ire MI shower after a game. (lorjythe Through Wednesday'sGamesJ postage. '
two long trips next season to
,
fineered into every Mercury A Merc first time this season. *By MURRAY CHASS > 18 or more at bats
will consistently give you more milts The reformed Angel ->Tm Associated Press Sports Writer : Key West In December and Orlando -
per gallon and more milfs' per hour When In January, the coach re-
behaving like a ball player" Joe Nuxhall was throw. AB H RP Avg L.eague
than my other outboard sots power pitched his first complete came ing newspapers onto front G ration 31 19 24 .613 ports. The trip to Key West

J WE LAY IT you ranie a can Remember'Only Mercury,only Mercury his Jet.gives Prop and equaled his entire 1983 vie porches, Hank Fischer was toss. Hartford 30 18 25 .600 will be December 11-12, and

tihiust. Remember also that tory total by posting victory No. tog toys out of his playpen. Johnson 22 10 8 .455 Leaders the Orlando Evans game will

Mercury gives you the most hp per 2 as Los Angeles defeated Mln. Two decades later, Nuxhall Barley 24 10 19.417 be January 29. The Evans
pound, the most hp per cubic Inch nesota 4-1 In the opener of a and Fischer are throwing shut By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS series started last year. The
the most miles outs at National Rayburn 24 10 14.411
gallon. League
per twUnlghter. oppo. National League
Key West series began In 1960-
Hall 28 11
17.393
It's !been two and 22
years Batting ((75 at bats) Wll.
See your Mere dealer todiy COMPARE nets.Each 61.
the Merc 1000 and Merc ISO days since Bellnsky a veteran pitcher recorded his Daniels 26 10 13.385 llama, Chicago, .396; Mays San
Besides Evans and West
with competitors' 90 hp outboirds pool shark and rookie pitcher, third shutout Wednesday night, Flowers 29 11 19.379 Francisco, .384. Key ,
ON THE LINE Learn why you get more RUN lor announced his arrival on the high In the league this season D. Hunter 29 11 $ .379 Runs-Mays, San Francisco the following are under contract!

money with Mercury 100. IS. major league scene by hurling Cincinnati's Nuxhall stopped the Lawrence 20 7 20.350 37; Clemente Pittsburgh, 30. for home-and-home engage-'
lour SO, 35. M, 91, 6 and 39 hp out.bards a no-hitter Last year hp made stumbling Los Angeles Dodgers Frank 26 9 12.346 Runs batted In Mays, San memsi Punta Corda Venice
and MerCruiser Stern Drives his first ..xII. shipped 10'the IX on six hits while Fischer Kentucky Fort
Tucker Military Myers,
24 8 14 .333 40 St. Louis
Francisco Boyer, ,
110 to 310 60 and ;
hp gisolmt
;
i 100 hp dlll.1.ITlERCURY. minors with a 2.9 record.' hurled a four hitter In. Milwaukee's Allen 31 10 18 .323 33. North Fort Myers.and LaDeI1e.

This time, he says, things are 2.0 victory over Houston. Vachon 25 8 14.320 Hits Clemente, Pittsburgh Because there will be only one

going to be different. The year-old Fischer Increased Griffin 27 8 13 .296 60; Torre, Milwaukee, 56. game with Evans.Howell Is try-
his record to 5.2 and
'I'm
giving it my best shot,
Doubles Clemente, Pitts Ing to
Hatcher get another
18 5 8.278 away game
he said. "I've pitched some lowered his earned run averageto
brugh 13 Williams, Chicago for that
;
gad games and didn't win. But 2.7S.!! Nuxhall year-old! vet. Bass 26 7 14 .269 ; weekend.
Torre Milwaukee and Croat
as long as I know I'm pitching eran, won his fourth game Llndabury 27 7 6 .259 St. Louis, 10.Triples.Santo. Junior high coach Bill Marshall -
well, I won't get discouraged.The against three defeats and reduced 0. Cowles 30 7 12.233 who plans to finish bas
his ERA to 3.30. Chicago 5; Cle. ketball by the end of
breaks are bound to fall Provenzano 29 6 6 ..207Flnley menle Plttsburgh4. Januarynext
,
my way sooner or later'' The Cincinnati southpaw went 20 4 6 .200 Home runs-Mays San Fran. season, has four games
They did against the Twins. from delivering newspapers In Scofield 25 5 4 .200 Cisco, }7 Howard Los, under contracthomeand-
eTwso't Belinsky allowed Minnesota' Hamilton, Ohio, to pitching In RP-Runs produced total of I 3. ; Angeles home series with North Fort
only run on Harmon -rl'w's the major leagues at the age of
runs scored and runs batted In. Stolen bases-Wills, Los An. Myers and Cypress Lake. He
13th homer but scattered seven IS. That was In 1944 when Fisch.
gales, 15; Harper, Cincinnati, 9. expects to arrange games with
ANY hits, struck mil eight and did er was four years old.
ASK Pitching ((5 decisions) Far. Punta Gorda, Fort Myers Jun-
---, NFL Announces
mtkt not walk a man In a strong per. When the Braves' right und
rail, and Marlchal ior
Houston High Lemon Bay of Englewood -
lurmal'ce. Still, he needed some er entered organized baseball in
35 San Francisco 7.1.875.Strikeouts.Koufax !!.
Pre-Season ,
Fort Myers Jayvees
brilliant fielding! support-and 1959: Nuxhall already had been
got it.With. playing for IS! years. In fart, Los An. Alva, and Bishop Verot.
Games ScheduledNEW gelei, 61 Marlchal San Fran.
the Angels leading 2.1 four years before, Nuxhall led Cisco 59.; Marshall simultaneously Is
and two men tin In the seventh, the league In shutouts with five. YORK (AP)-Featured trying to get a sixth opponento
Bobby Knuop nude an over.lhe. Fischer's victory Wednesday by another doubleheader I Ir I : fill out his football schedule
shoulder catch nf Earl Bailey's night overshadowed the two.hit Cleveland on Sept.. 5, the National American League wxt fall. He thought he had
shallow of his Football League has Batting ((75!! at bats) Oliva,
fly It) right. T"l'nln the performance opponent, an :hangs all set a couple months
LOCALMERC eighth, with the tying run on Skinny Brown of Houston In nounced a preseason exhibition,I Minnesota, .381; Hinton, Wash. igo, but the would-be
base, Alliiu' Pearson nude a another NL shutout Art Ma. schedule of 33! games. ington, .354. oppon-
running, on...handed catch of haftey threw a four.hitter as The College All-Stars vs. the, Runs Oliva, Minnesota, 34; SIlt shied away.
/olio Versalle.i' line drive todrop Phllaitelphla halted Pittsburgh's champion Chicago Bears In Chi, Rollins, Minnesota, 33.
center five,game winning streak 2.0. cago opens the exhibition season Runs batted In-ftuart; Bos. "R" MONTH IS MYTH
The Twins, however, came Juan Marli hal limited St. Louts on Aug. 7. ton, and Wagner Cleveland, 3::!. WASHINGTON" 0 ('. ('\I') -
back to take the nightcap, ,.ln. to seven hits In San Franrlsro'i The Cleveland twin bill pain, Hits Oliva, Minnesota, 64; I hi hc 11 el, that n)MU-r" arc foodIn
ring 4.3 mi Don Mlniher's horn. 21 I triumph while Dick Ells the New York Giants against[ Hinton, Washington, :57.; cat only during month that
er In the 13th Inning.flsewherv worth and Chicago: stopped New the Detroit Lions and the Green I I Doubles-Rollins, Minnesota, have an "R" m a nllh..uY.lht
11 Bressoud, Boston, and Mat. I Department of the Intern I
in the American York 11 on seven hits. Bay Packers against the i ; *
Browns. hews, Kansas City, 10. The Intern* Bureau of ('om-
Triples-Creen, Kansas City; modal Fisheries nay that,
Baseball StandingsAmerican Fregosl Los Angeles; Versalles ")stern unually. mash their peak
Yesterday's and Ollva, Minnesota, and Hln. of perlcctmn in May and June -
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I ton, Washington, 4. nmilhn that have no "K. in
S.IIIO'I.III.IMlU"' LeagueW. Home runs-Klllebrew, Attn them
W. L. Pit G.n. L. P<-I. C.H. Stars nesota, 13; Colavlto Kansas City, Oynter are filler and heft
PMladi'l.ln|. :22!:! 14 ..011.CO Chit igo 20 10 .667 12. hater in spring, the Bureau

S.III 'r.all :23! I"" Baltimore 24 15! .615:; >I.: By THE ASSOCIATED PRE SS Stolen bases-Aparlclo, BaltU says, because it'* the lime they

tolllw"kl' :22!:! 11 .:.504.0 II.' New York :20! 14 .188 2 PITCHING Art Mahaffey, more, 22:!; Wels, Chicago; Wag. begin to slat glycogen, an ani-
St. tllulll :22!: 18 ." 2 Minnesota 22 18 .50:; 3 Phillies, shut out Pittsburgh 2.,,0 t ncr, Cleveland, Fregosl, Los An. "iiI ..t.ar.h. in preparation" for
OWNER I'lthhul .2:! 18 ..TO 2Ciurbuiali Cleveland 18 I 1'!i .!,4' 3V; on four hits as Phlladelphl a geles; Versalles, Minnesota, and the" spawning tedium. in nummer.
:20! I IA .'..:.20.40r: 3 Boston 20 19 .113 4Aivtrolt : maintained its Mint grip on Nolttonal ,. Hinton, Washington 5. '
Hlinston 20 23 6iy 180:! .474 0Waslilnetoii League lead Pitching (:S; decisions)-Bunk.i I
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Sports Editor 4 $r1E vty 6 Fr.. OrRCfr Not Bloodless

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B1YTHF, Calif (AP) This
NEW YORK (N E A) There are G3 steps from foci ,SrRIces ewe anon f7tt rv Srr ovt R+aet could be the day of derision for

ound lend to the run of City Stadium in Green Bay, .; a.uc IRwf Ov anaovr 100,000 fighting men spread

_4 id Paul Hornung bus his sole implanted on all of them, iRATt ESNAKEs across IS million acres in a
CANEBRAKE bloodless,
make-believe, but not
It's! part of Paul's from
penance for being away pro war over the Colorado River.
.olball 1 a year, during which lie lectured little bon one polo awe sautt.o+ntwfv Peace feeler have been put
evils of being had, or what happens when 'o'u get era 1 FLORIDA HRS 6srecxts out by both mythical nations in

lUght. betting on jour own team. PYGMY r OF pOISONOUS SHAKES Operation Desert Strike 4 1
I think last year was good for me," he said In a bit ofa sM1D:?s s/u 2 rr. SNAKEBITES A RARITY= And report are growing that
shocker "It showed me I could go out and make ali JUT BE cARCFUC directors of the operation want ,
tng" ixf m3rr. of wouloass WEAR a0t01 jogLE664v6s to avoid any conflict with ('u /
But a guy doesn't sneeze at $30,000 either for six months soft 1< -n aes WHEN IHTHS HOOD O? Ulan highway traffic' over the
ork with shoulder pads which brings up an Irritating Memorial Day weekend
WEAR PIINTS
,}|oint to Hornung. He's teed off because all stories of his pNROs fFLDS LE6 If 10, today or Frida mal x Tae
.turn to the Packers after a year's suspension emphasizes oursipe. of toors us* bring an end to the .ar's larr
ceaeR
contributions as a blocker COPP E R H E A D CAUTIOli AOUND LOSS AMP est military maneuver I multi r r

; Since Hornung is 28 and missed half of the 1962 season { { '"a 1 O1? f"01e BRUSHY pieces A #v'r mlllon-dollar training exer l t"e
,, ith a bad knee there is speculation about his ability to be IaxwgR pur HAWS of FACE cuxtTO that has cost 8 lives directly 24 .
he driving force that he was for the Packers in their -mi 6KOUND WITHOUT Indirectly a
t. hamplonship years of 196162. LOWS CAKtrw.LY Twelve of the 32 have died fs
PhvslcalJv"," answered Coach Lombardi, 'he'll be COTTONMOUTH FIRST FULLY glFOte since the war games began
O.K. But he'll hue mental problems Paul will hate Site vn 4 F T CM *K ei al&w. M.e=c 0 LOOK CA May 16, but only one of them
to learn how to be hit again He's also got to be ready on coca SITTING lJOMJ OUTPOOIr5 was caused by a weapon and
MotCA51N54. CARRY of SNAKEBITEKlr. sui trie MOON ORBITER I Thus' Irt'lt'a' concept i la of Be*'
to take criticism Fans ran be pretty cruel. Anybody that was an apparent ,
that has a $I bet will be trlUra ." 1icr : 0Of LEARN77v& RULES officer of the maneuver Mid. Ins lunar orb.tsr ecin: : moon with open p.tala of solar
Paul will mean a lot to the club;' added Jim Ringo the S'+f *d GIVING 's 7Csr AlP Latest reported casualty came con panels, photographing surface for telecast to tarlh

," 11-pro center who was traded to the Eagles, "as a man. Zrr. LAKEFLORfp4 FOR SNAKEBITE at noon Wednesday, when the-
5*'hey need a leader out there." of an Air Force FIDO Jet
Opinion was solicited elsewhere around the league, and CORAL fighter was killed In a crash Talks
Rogers
GAME .wO PR13N NA..ER r/Se# COMMISSION Calif. Deputy
his is what turned up: near Vidal Junction.'
George Allen, defensive coach Chicago Bears: "Mr. -- Officials said lat Lt. Peter If.
"u .ombardi will see that Mr Hornung is in playing condition. Injury KeepingScoundrel Trotogott, 24, of \'..nrouveor.Wuh. ,

Y f he were a marginal player it would be a different story Three Tie For Out ., was flying a simulated About Juveniles At
le was too much the skillful artist to sacrifice everything FI State strafing mission near Parker
II
+, ie had, I felt Hornung was the finest all! around back in Of Jersey Derby Dam when the rash occurred
y he NFL" Low Net Prize Trotogott's death was thethtrd
", Don Shula, head coach Baltimore Colts: "He puts points unute'tue CHERRY HILL, N.J. (AP- In an aviation an'liVnt since Naples Rotary
An has forced TIle$roulle 16 and the sixth since Meet.
p on the Scoreboard all the time. He 11 snap back physically Beach Club injury May
At drel out of the 'IOOOOo.addl'dJenl'Y forces began gathering here In
,ithout any problem The guy has been through it all and Bf THE: ASSOCIATED: PBEtt
has great pride" Winners of the low net play Derby at Garden State February. Trotogott leave his Dejw John Uogei, who youngsters can dream up,-- Rogers -
George Wilson, head coach. Detroit Lions: "I I think Paul the Beach ClubIn Daytona Beach has move Saturday and moved Roy Stun parents, Peter It. Trotogott and heads the Juvenile [Iureau of told Rotarians
/' is the type of individual not to let himself get out of shape. Wednesday the men's at weekly tourna back Into a Ilcond.plare tli gls' Mr. Brick Into the favored Mrs. Evelyn T, Morrow, both of the ColUerCcmntySherUTsDepartinrm lie said the majority of Juvenile -
I His timing might be off, but I noticed he worked out with a with LakeUM in the Florid role. Vancouver.It delinquents taken Into
Pete Uourt
high school team in his home town last year to make sure he ment were wtlf Woodtll. State League and they're only Th Scoundrel, purchased last all began because Calonla gave Naples are of the white race.
,Il\ won't be too rusty. With Paul back the Green Bay running Lefferson and L.F. McConnell two games bark of Fort Laudei week for $500,000 by San Fran. -.on the California side of the ans an Insight Into the bureau'sactivities custody of the
attack will be strengthened Both Hornung and Jimmy all tied for first with nets of dale today. Cisco spertsman KJoll Qvale,,, Colorado and Its mthlcalneighbor at the Wednesday Girls are guilty most
I Taylor are terrific blockers," 69, The two.hit pitching of Dob was decUred out of the race Neton, on the Art. luncheon meeting of the club at violent crimes
j'' Nick Pletrosanle. Lion fullback: Will Paul come back There was a 3-way tie for Taylor lifted the Islanders Into Wednesday after an eiamlnai eona Ride, were tending over the teach Club Hotel Pro- "Fortunately, the majority
strong? I hope not, for our take, because 1 think we've second position with Tom Abbott a tie with the Tigers Wednei< tlon by Dr. A. C. Colando, i right to the river's preclou gram chairman George Vega!: of youngsters who come under
Rot( a good shot this >ear Seriously, the big thing)! Is that Bob Abbott and Don El- day night as Daytona Bear veterinarian. Trainer Mesh Ten. water. Introduced Rogers. President our jurisdiction can be paroled
r he laid off two >ears He really missed most of '62 with ferdlnk posting net 71s. E.V. bested Lakeland 7.2. Don Per ney estimated The Scoundrel On the night of May IS, Cal. Miles Scofield welcomed seven to their parents or teachers -
the bad knee Brumflel scored a net 72 for per's two run homer In the would be out of action for al onta stopped arguing and lent visiting Rotarians. until they appear at the
Packer fullback "Paul is really going to eighth represented Lakeland least fix months. troops by hlllol'tn to occupy session of
Jimmy Tayor :: and Anderson came said the jevenlle delinquency next Juvenile court.
hustle and build up some more of that Image he had. Besides, third Andy scoring. Rufus Anderson got an This means the 3.yearoOld Parker and Davis dams, In a Rogers We Incarcerate them only If
up fourth with a 73. fourth. AI colt, which finished second In demilitarized cone supervisedby problem Is not confined -
the
In
they can't 'key' on me like they did last year. Infield single "
,--u__--_ _- Twenty-seven players tour- Lewis led the Islanders wit, the Treaknes and third In theKentucky a mythical Internationalbody to this county alone, but absolutely necessary, Rogers
ed the Beach Club layout. three hits, three stolen base, Derby under the col. the Organisation of Went Is nailon-wlJe In scope. lie added. The county jail has a
Asks there are enough cool.headed, Next week another low net and two runs. ors of Rex Ellsworth, will mini ern States. said the aim of local Juvenile separate cell for juveniles.
Giles For dedicated men on the staff to event will be played and the second Slugging featured the other, the Belmont Stakes at New York The following day herons do officials U to rehabilitate erring Unfortunately, he said, thecounty
prevent any action which would round of the T2-hole tour two games as a. Petersbur: June 8.Beach. clared war and Invaded Calonla. youngsters and make them does not hive facilities
Cool Heads inUmps' "* harmful" to the league or the nament of the men's association thrashed Miami 14,2 on 18 bits! Over the past two weeks, sir responsible members of society. for rehabilitating youngsters
gam*. Orlando walloped Tampa 1J'' and ground unit of the U.S. through constant supervision.
scheduled at
he will also be Club Men Only In extreme cases ire
said In
that February
Giles ;
with IS hits and Sarasota beat Strike Command, formed In 19(51 Mien all ordinary efforts fall
time. committed to state Institutions -
the
same juveniles
Increase In the
Crisis had proposed an Fort Lauderdale, e.3, In a gam I to give this nation a striking youngsters Ire committed to
umpires' retirement benefits to that had 25 hits. Play In force ready for limited war anywhere said
Open state Institutions. Rogers
make these "comparable with IIOW TO PLAY IT
Warren world have been
in the
lAP)* his
CINCINNATI said department
Th. 18 hits at St. Petersbui r Rogers In these training schools the juveniles -
those of the play.rs. his rles of com-
u National League president Continuing se pllt Into two force, playactinglike Central\
Giles, started compiling a Juvenile
"I am advised," Giles wenton how the hlgh-handl were good for 32 bases 72-Hole are under close supervision -
3 mortal
faced with a July urn. ments on TourneyThe two nations In Rtruggle. Index approximately one
for "the umpires at their May can be given psychiatric -
I. plr 's' strike, has culled capper should play the coarse, Index carries
"cool-headed, dedicated men in 25' meeting rejected the plan I Pro Paul Bell discussed Hole first round of a 72J>oU Under the Calonlan banner year ago. The care, and stand a much
the staff to prevent any action had outlined and asked for No. 18. He rates the hole DavisDuBaneTeam tournament of the Naples Beach I were the 1st Armored Division Information slitillarto that contained better chance of being effec-
which would be harmful to the greater benefits I have advised the most difficult Par 4 on Club Men' Association was play. of Fort Hood, Tex., the 101 rt In adult. ctlnilnal re* Ijlvely rehabilitated
1lgUeIt.:; the. game" hUe he their representative that i will Wedneodaf, with the net total,,,, Airborne Division of Fort Camp cords-- rlmu tommltred.dls- Rogers told of several un-
"communicates" with Ihe attor. submit their request at the same the course.advises drive Wins At using the IBM handicap ''clIrrenttile l Hell, Ky., and the 2nd Brigade position made of case, etc. usual experiences with young
Bell a favorlnj
'n.ln.1 blue. time I present my recommends.tian. week of play being used. of the 40th Armored Division of
for the
ney m has had and said to date
lie aald the delinquents,
." the left side to avoid out-of- .. county
John The bur rounds are tobe played the California National Giurd.
The umplrpb' attorney
Giles would do this at bounds and lake on the 55 juvenile court cases so far only one boy sent to a state
J. Reynolds, said Wednesday s..ldp large Big CypressA May 27th, June 3rd, 10th and Under Nezona banner were
the regular midsummer league Then for the second this year 11 traffic violations Institution has had to be sent
entered ,
that the umpires were sticking right. 17th. Twenty three players the mechinlMl. (5th Infantry 1)1.I 1.
to their July 3 ultimatum unless meeting that wUl be held alter shot, unless there's a strong best-ball score of 64 won the match and first day scorei vision of Fort Carson, Carlo, the three aggravated assault a second time.
their pension demands were the All-Star Game, July 7, following wind and a good tee top honors at Dig Cypress yes Ire as follows, after deductln)t 258th Brigade of the Arizona Na eight breaking and entering,six

met, despite Giles first official At present umpires get $200a shot position he advises playIng terday for Clarence Davis am handicap tlonal Guard, the :2nd! Armored larcenies, one auto thrft, one For the Grid .
statement on the subject, In his year for each year of service short of the water, and a Ed DuBane. Davis shot 82- Wilt Woudlll 69, Lit Letter. Division and the 19Ut Infantry sex offense,ore cotaaled weapon -
when they retire at 53. The umpires .on 69, L.F. McConnell 69, Tom I of Deserve from and other
statement, Giles said pitch to the green for the third 14-68 and DuBane 96-1S-81\ Brigade Army three runaways
"Our office and due league is association wants this shot Bell advises playing well their winning effort using 7/G Abbott 71, Don Elferdlnk 71, Dot) Arizona, New Mexlro and classifications Including game SWANK
sympathetic to their request for raised to $300 a year for each Abbott 71, E Brumftel 72, And] Nevada, '
of service. The up onto the g reen to avoid the of their handicaps. law violations, etc. JEWELRY
umpires 74
a fair and reasonable increase year Anderson 73, Frank Blair ,, At the mommit" the battlellne
In their present retirement ben., contribute five per cent of their traps right and left, pointingout Second spot In the best-ball- O.L Steven 74, D.F. Briggs 75,, retches along the Colorado In Rogers displayed the various Cuff Links Tie TlciJOHN'S
cults salaries to the pension fund. that the rear of the greet of-palr tourney went to Did Al Hackett 78. a virtual stalemate, with each weapons taken f from juvenile offenders
"Their recent action was pre. Reynolds, apprised" of Giles' Is well sloped to contain the Vance and George Losier with! Arch Mateo 77, Fred Wlllart nation alwit where It was when Included were weighted -
mature Their cause will not 1*, statement, said It did not affect ball hit deeply.If a 66. 77, H.L. Dixon 77, Jim Lulejlai the war began chains, zip guns, black.
helped by Issuing ultimatums 01, the July 3 ultimatum, The ultimatum the player hits his tee shot Pro f'hilDirbyshlre reminded 78, F.F. Griswold 79.M.A. lledg' jacks, knives sawed-oT( shotgun CLOTHING

setting deadlines. I am confident was issued Monday a/t. Into the lake at the right Bell golfers that Dig Cypress will cock 80, Dill Whitely 81, Harry;r The population of Asia Increases and rifle, razors etc.
er 18 of the league's 20 umpiresmet said he should drop a ball behind take part In the 13th aruiua 6h tar 81, Henry Watkins Sr. 82 at the rate of about ""..is will give you some Idea! ti Mara fait al Fur Ctrnar
In and announcedthat
REGRET STANDS ALONE Chicago action" the water, shooting 3. National Golf Day event sponsored Ale Butzke 83, Scotty Hamlltoi 30 million annually, of the methods of mayhem!
LO.lIS\1Ll 1 I I t:, ,",y. (,\I') Onlv Liken"appioprUte If their demands mightbe were If the tee shot Is OK, but May 30th by the 1X3A 83

one Oily Regret 11191| hex not sitisfled. the second shot goes Into the On that date and for the wee:i 'mmmlmumnamm unuuunmimanmumnunuumuniuuaummmnmumlmmumuasuonuououuuuuunun """''''"'.'"'" '''''.'"'''''''"'"''. "."",,._

won the Kentucky Derby-- lake at the left side of fairway following all golfers arc Irwin

the player should dropa ted to enter their net scores: i. m.1'
reP e ball back of the point the In competition with gross scores In Beautiful Port RoyalON

e t ball entered the water, being shot May 30th by Jack Nick'

J sure to keep the lake between laus and Julius Boros playingthe

the ball and the green, playing Columbus Country Club, GALLEON DRIVEW'
4. Ohio. All proceeds from the .

I If the player's second aha event go to golf charities.

enters the lake at the right ;
he should drop a ball opposite ,.
where the ball entered the water safely seated before sun in ,
the lie pointed out th:
since this U then regarded can.
hazard buggies weigh about 1.00
as a parallel ,playing
;,
4. pounds and can seriously Injuna

In hU tip of the week. Bell player who Is thrown out, or

advises players using cans tc If mishandled can tip ovr an

make sure all occupants Ire Injure more than one, N > tn
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Peril Of Red TakeoverIn .. I PORT MORESBY Au.tr.1I'API a mountain cave and a hoard ot Sheridan's theory t la that an

) An amateur archaeolcgi (>. tools also in a save ancient tribe called it New Han-
1 i and anthropologist his four id The natives believed they h.d 1 over regularly to gather atones

y. 'r the shattered remains of a (ton,e been left by an alien people who not available in their own land, '.
SE Asia Real Bundy idol and eudenc of whit he b 1 limes was an ancient sun-wa r r. of years ago.Living The island was occupied by
shipping cult on the remote UUn d' -the Japanese during the wr, and

LONDON (AP)-Asst. Secre. tlan neutrality The Soviet noteto of New Hanover part of th w Costs Up .n administration officer who
G Australian trust territory of Ne was a
tary of State William P. Bundy Britain warned that the VJS. wartime coaslwatcher on
said today there Is a real dan. flights could aggravate the situ Guinea Slightly During New Hanover uid the Japanese
The archaeologist, Ray Sheri dragged
ships into
ger of a Communist takeover in anion throughout Southeast : caves there
Southeast Asia Asia. dun. Australian overnrnont med i !Month Of April for repair and built underground
I \ I teal: officer has made an enter'" workshops.
As Bundy flew In from Wash. Bundy, assistant secretary for / WASHINGTON (AP)-Uvlne
ington for London talks on the Far Eastern affairs, told newsmen % ,. live study of the folklore of th e costs Inched up one-tenth of one; This war a possible explan
Asian crisis, the British goy the threat of a Communist New Guinea people. per cent In April the Labor Dee tlion for some of the islanders'
In he led 1 legends, he
February a
ernment rejected a Soviet takeover "is a matter we all Y Cf organized by the Department of': partment reported today. said
charge that VJS reconnaissance have been watching with great | But the Bureau of Labor Sta-
Health to extend malaria control I.
flights Laos violated Lao. tlstlcs said Increases so
over concern. price
,
After the party entered littleknov.'I -
> Asked how stability and neu far this year were lower than i WEATHER
\ country: in the rugged i in,"
trallty for Laos could be ) in the previous two years and I
Officials Can'tCancel tenor of New Hanover it followe
achieved without force, he re t. Indicated "a very stable price i I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
a canyon to in head and emer.ein 0
plied, "That Is a very difficult situation. High Low Pro
Tax Bills a natural basin with a circuli Ir
question to answer and It Is one .. lake in the center.: The April rise took the consumer Albany cloudy 73 47
Declares of the things we must talk price Index to 107.8,, Albuquerque cloudy 83 60
Kynes
There on Feb. 29 the
about." part Y,' meaning it took SIC.78 !to pur. Atlanta clear 89 68the
found four
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The Bundy was meeting with Foreign f... statue which sections originally of\ I lIon chase items that cost $10 in i Bismarck cloudy 71 37
public officials who administertax Secretary Richard A. But. 12 feet itoo, 1957!59 period base years for Boise, cloudy 76 50 1.03
laws don't have any implied\ ler for the first of several day high andprobably weight,1 the index. Boston, clear 79 52
about four had
tons. It human
power to cancel or compromise: of talks on Laos, Cambodia and fflJJ4 am Recreation rent, and medical Buffalo clear 67 43
property tax bills, Any Gen. Viet Nam.The c I birdlike features and faced t thi 1 costs were largely responsible Chicago cloudy 74 52
James Kynes said. British Foreign Office, In rising sun, but apparently it ha< for the April increase. Food Cincinnati rain 79 SI .02
U there Is no specific law on a sharp rebuke of the Russians ,l ,r ron been smashed by lightning prices remained steady on the Cleveland cloudy 67 43
the books then a public\ official dismissed the Soviet note Y Around the shattered itatui h, average. Denver cloudy 66 48 .08
cannot write off a tax lien the VJS. flights as "purelj! prop o I human were "spirit" stones carved will J Medical costs were up three. Des Moines cloudy 67 53
against property Kynes said in agandlstir: and said It "totallymllrtI.resents ) faces and in geometric; tenths of one per cent from Detroit cloudy 73 45
an opinion to State patterns. Lines of more carvecand d 1 Starch
Controller
the true positionIn Fairbanks, clear 62 42
Ray Green. Laos." -IraStela- -- _- -- smooth atones formed patterns Although food prices were Fort Worth cloudy 88 68

Kynes Said that the particulartax The Soviet note said the United HOW IS HE on country music, Eddie Arnold (center) nationally known Natives in the living grsss. the generally unchanged they were Helena cloudy 70 50 .04
Involved in his opinion was States was "embarking on RCA recording\ star wanted\ to know when he met Arturo the piano-playing no knowledge near of the histor sreihad I still 1.3 per cent higher than In Honolulu clear 84 70

an intangible personal properly/ this dangerous road of an open duck in the Florida Pavilion\ at the New York World's Fair. Arnolddid of the place but Sheridan d d), April a year ago. Indianapolis cloudy 73 55
tax on a business firm. But the violation of the Geneva agree. mmmlm i _<_ B>W Jacksonville, cloudy 93 71
question well could be applln: merits" and "assumes n taped show for summer release, on the wonders of the Florida exhibit hear a smattering of loc d I Juneau, clear 64 40

ble to the property taxes!! on responsibility for all consequences grave. including the (fabulous live action porpoise show the main exhibitionhall legends about mysterious ghost, Comsat Tells Kansas City cloudy 68 52
real estate and tangible personal following from this." with its 21,* million dollars' worth of old mast-Ms, and the travel information visitors Los Angeles cloudy 66 53
property., The Russians also accusedthe booth and floating showcase. Eddie spent about five minutesof These legends referred to i: Louisville, rain 84 52 .20
United Stales of trying to his piorrram on the Caribbean Gardens' Duck Vaudeville performance, the great mountains chest of, tools hidden I ir; SEC How Shares Memphis cloudy 94 75
Involve the Southeast Asia which wa in progress as he walked up with community relations directorfor a huge ship in i I. Miami, cloudy 81 78

300 Negroes In gerous Treaty plans Organization for Laos In""Its dan the Florida pavilon! Ty Tarby (right). Th" duck show has turned out Retail Price Of Are Alloted Milwaukee Mpls.-St.P.,cloudy clear 67 69 45 43

Racial ProtestIn The Soviet Union urged Brit to be one of the top draws and may stay. Milk In WASHINGTON (AP>-Com-, New Orleans clear 91 69
aln to endorse the note for dls Drops municatlons Satellite Corp. disclosed New York clear 82 S3
St. AugustineST. trlbutlon to the United States Pentagon Press personnel al the seat of govern Judge Sentences Tampa Bay Area today that American Okla. City cloudy 86 55
AUGUSTINE (AP) for and other |>artic'(/pants In the 14 nent"-Includlng the secretar. Telephone & Telegraph Co. has Omaha, cloudy 65 52
the second night in a row, some nation Geneva conference of Chief Orders les of the Army, Navy and Air Alice Hartsell TAMPA (AP) Retail mlU' been allotted 2,899,850 shares of Philadelphia clear 86 48
300 Negroes marched Vtednrs. I9C2 which guaranteed Laotian Force Richard prices dropped to 75-cenls: a ga L the Initial Issue of 5 million Phoenix,cloudy 90 58
day night through this city's neutrality Russia and Britain Reports Made The reports to be submitted County Judge M. Ion, Solents a half-gallon today,, shares of common stock In the Pittsburgh cloudy 78 43
historic Slave Market, ignoring are ,',who1l rmtn. :jy the chiefs of Information: of Stanley yesterday afternoon Indicating an all-out price wai" projected global telephone and Ptlnd, Me.,clear 76 48
ThePentagon's
hecklers to demand an end to "They ran never have exc| ted WASHINGTON Information(AP) -chief the three services list the dates sentenced Alice Z. Hartsell to may be In the offing. television system. Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy 74 52
racial begrcgatidn. us!! to agree" to distribute the Issued order
Police stepped the marchersen note, the foreign Office said. has him a new knowledge designedto I interviewer and his affiliation, jail plus lOdays straight time. lowers Us retail price control I statement filed with the Securities Richmond cloudy 87 58
route and ordered them to Drltlsh officials consider the about give which greater defense officialsare he (person interviewed, the subJest Mr, lIartsen was found guilty ( in the Tampa Day area June 1. and Exchange Commission St. Louis, cloudy 76 52 1.25
withdraw. When they refused, flights! justified because the talking with reporters and J| discussed and a notation as In a jury trill last week on Farm Stores and Webb's City,i I the congressionally authorized) Salt Lk. City cloudy 45
police stationed themselves bo. Communist Pathet Lao forces what they are talking about t o whether an information off). a charge of driving while in- of St. Petersburg, were the first!t: company-called "Comsat" San Diego cloudy 69 53
refused to allow Inspectlonof <<:er was present to drop prices. Others were ex.>o San Fran., cloudy 62 53
tween demonstrators and white | Assistant Secretary of Defense toxicated. The judge also ordered said that 163 firms in the com.
onlooker their military strong ,'Ints by. Arthur Sylvester told a report.er ---. the defendant's driver's pected to follow suit. municatlons industry oversubscribed Seattle cloudy 75 51
Polite said thu demonstration, the International Control Commission the shares available by Tampa cloudy 92 73
today his order Is not designed 15,700 INDIAN CARS license suspended for the max
lasted about 15! minutes. established by the Geneva Mrs. Hartsell was delayed until more than 25 per cent. Washington cloudy 90 59Winnipeg
to tighten control or to !MU PI-.I| l llll (Al) In.Jillr".Ju"l.J imum period one year.
The Southern Christian Lead agreement. Inhibit conversations between yesterday pending the Judge's Another 5 million shares will clear 54 31
j 13,700 pauenalr cum Court trials resume
jury
County
on a motion for new trial become available to the
ershipConferencehasanCflounced Laotian Premier Prince Sou. newsmen and military and civ. |teal ruling gener.
year or one fur Hhout
and will
last
It will demonstrate in vanna Phouma asked the United Ulan officials iHe i 10,(K)0) people. every Monday filed by lawyer Tom Tread- al public when the SEC registration
St. Augustine the nation's did. States to undertake the flights. / called it "one way of keep through f'rlda y. Sentencing of well, which was denied. goes into effect about Burns Predicts
est city: until segregation lias In a dispatch from Washing. ing up" with what Is of interest June 2. The total offering at $20a
ended. ton, the Soviet new agency to newsmen and as an aid in III share, comes to $200 million. As
Wagon" Tus accused the United States "showing what fields should be The Initial 5 million shares Co-operation
"On The cif "harboring plan for new exploited more." Sylvester said I were allotted to subscribers lathe
The expression of being military actions in Southeast one of his jobs Is to stimulate N communications industry. Head Of State
"on the wagon" for a person Asia, which hold nothing<< in Ideas. AT&T, which helped pioneer
who has given up drinking More but scandalous failures." Nonetheless reporters have communications satellites with JACKSONVILLE (AP) -Hay.
originated with the old U.S. I From Laos came a report that found that past orders of a slm. Its Telstar subscribed for a don Burns says he will\ begin his
Army. The wagon referred to right-wing troops<< were cm the liar nature have tended to make larger'! amount but its subscrip administration as governor >in
Is the water wagon which ac move In th.. Mekong River area many news sources cautious lion was cut to make room for. January with an unprecedentedspirit
companied troops on march. about 90 miles northeast of and reluctant to talk freely other subscribers.! o' of cooperation from the
Someone who was being disciplined Vientiane and had regained The new Sylvester order, d it. International Telephone & Legislature the newspapers and
for drunkenness was some territory from the Path>t ed May 18, calls for weekly reports Telegraph Corp. will rerelve the people.
ordered to stay on the water Lao near the town of Muong to his office "on inter 1,050,000 shares, the statement "We have enjoyed, as a can
wagon. IhH II:. views granted by departmental a showed; General Telephone & dldate and now as the nominee
Electronics Corp., 350,000 a broader expression of support
,( shares; RCA Communications, from the state level than any
1 a ". Inc., 250,000 shares, aqd other previous candidate for governor .
"authorized carriers" 454.20shares. :; "
Burns told
a press confer

WANT TO BUY? 1 enre teamwork"This Wednesday Indicates and cooperation we will enjoy of

One Defendant In members of the Cabinet and the

!Mail Fraud Trial Legislature he said.
Burns went on to say his record .
vote total of more than
Painted As Victim 632,000 and margin of more than

WANT TO SELL? CHICAGO (AP-One of the 173,000 over Robert King High
defendants in the mall fraud and of Miami In Tuesday's runoff indicates .
conspiracy trial of Teamsters support of the people.
President James R. Hoffa and "Likewise the 68 newspaper
seven associates has been pictured endorsements Indicate we will\
as a victim of manipulations have k friendly press and one
by several other defendants that will give accurate ac.
who were trying to extricate t. counts," he said.
WANT TO TRADE?
Hoffa from a failing Florida Burns said he has been of.
CIVIC LEADERS from Lee and Collier counties were interested guests oficral homes development.Stuart fered office spare In the Senate

Gulf Coast Television Co. of Naples, formerly Gen Television, when the Godwin jr., an FBI quarters at Tallahassee and will\
company went on the air last night with "Weather'-Scan" telecasting up-to- agent from Miami, told a juryin scups it starting! in Septembers !'
lhe-minute information on time temperature, relat;ne humidity baromteric U. S. District Court Wedneday so at to bring about an orderly

pressure, wind direction andelotity, and rainfall over Channel 2, the educing that one of the defendants, transition from the present ad
cational channel. Sunuel Hyman of Key West, related ministration to his.
The information is
currently 1 :! broadcast 24 hours
that he lost $90,000 In the The campaign against Repub.
each day Pictured at the Inauguration of the ser'\ice are Mayor Archie S. Ill-fated Hoffa development.The lican Charles Holley of St. Pet.
Turner of Naples Senator Elmer O. Friday! of Fort Myers. Milton Link Nail Teamsters' president and ersburg probably will be! only as

z z pies developer Dr. David 1>. Palmer, president an owner of Gulf Coast the other seven codefendants active as the COP nominee
Television, and Ben S. Parks, Naples attorney (NEWS photo) are charged with fraudulently makes It, Burns Indll.1 e".
National Realtor Week arranging more than $20 million Whether they will\ engage In
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in construction loans from the joint debate the most lively
union's pension fund and pocket, part of the Democraticrunoff
PRICE JUST REDUCED! tag more than $1 I million In kickbacks until Burns quit the debates with
7 from persons receiving High will\ depend on party pol
ESU' the loans. try, Burns said
k&iI Hyman was president of the It Is too early to talk of ape.
Key West Foundation Co., which clflc appointments or legislative

operated hotels, apartmenthouses program, Burns told newsmen,
;-kA and shopping centers In but he will\ Invite William White
THEN SEE AN OFFICE WHICH
1i Key West He Is accused of sub- his executive secretary for all
milting false Information to the his IS years as Mayor of Jack
I DISPLAYS THIS SIGN! pension fund, from which he received sonvllle, to join his staff In Tal
$1 million in loais. lahassee.
Godwin said Hyman told him Named an alternate delegate
in June of 1961 that he had received 'to the Democratic National Con

When you SELL, a Realtor is able to tell you accurately loans from the pension 'ventlon in August, Burns said he
o t t fund to improve properties owned I hopes to be active\ In the com.

what your real estate is likely to bring. by the Key West Foundation. aHere S. George Burrs, a New York As to press conferences when

and able to market it for you as quickly as condi- accountant who also Is a defendant I he Is governor, Burns said he
''will hold ,
was named by Hyman as them when he has Issues
the person who. helped him get I' to discuss! but will not hold
BUY
tions warrant. When you a Realtor is able to the loans. I them Just for publlcltj. purposes.

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-1IwtIr[ : And after all words are hope to Improve theli K"vern.

rather wonderful things forming ment.

,\.J' as they do,al most our only means LEAD: n. A heavy metallii

.,oy .11..1. of communication with each element sometimes used ti: es.

L .: ,./r., : other and form. the chief dU.ferenre tabllsh peace anTilog mi''n, uid.

... ,' between man and the low. or nations.
""'wm- er trf'aturf's.' I'Ur4t n. Any witticism, bon

', Words are man).splendor&d mot, or clever saying used bra

things and I do love 'em I This person we dbllke.H05FITABfE .

has led me to offer a few de.flnttlons adj. An expres.

below lion usually applied to ,iper*>'in-
1AnnouncementsPI.AZA which shall, I
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Autos For
49-Houses For
Rent 65-Gen. Real Estate think, give a few words a new even "hermits" upon oc< a si on .

BEAUTY slant show how variously they who feed and shelter cert.dn ,other
SALON
GOING SPRING SPECIALS
ON
VACATIONI
S2S T.ml.ml Trill Memorial Day can be twisted, turned, inter. persons who are In no need ,of
Midway' i3Boats.Motos ROOM COTTAGE -SLEEPS Vanderbilt, Beach Iota and shelter.
H7, food
111- and
? I ALL ELECTRIC KITCH. t woven strung, like bt'ads.
Trip EN AVAILABLE BY WEEK Lagoon Ave .' SOO m In. wide variety of ways. JET.LINER: n. The most mo.
Accei. MAKE that trip In tafoty and OR MONTH IN NORTH CARO. 4 0 The "'definitions below dern, and the speediest, devlco
comfort Buy o ,'., modal LISA 3700 FT ELEVATIONCALL Channel' 0,. 15400 ore
mod car from Wood. now I I Ml 2UI7 t/IQ If maybe "daffy-nltlons" would be for going from the plollI i.ero

BOAT BROKERAGE 't'bdrm. turn. dream houtt. Royal Harbor loll the better word .. are nut all you are lo another wheroyou're
LISTINGS URGENTLY U bach room hat llatt slIding, better off
NEEDEDI CORVAIR monio, I dr, Cucket doors ,Lading to 'large terernjdporcli Mullet Lane 1100 11' 0M.II" original with me, by quite a long no
Bob Martin Ml' J 375? Matt AT. "'H. WSW 1204S Lovely bath with sunken shoot I One uf. them, as a matter RUM: n. In gol/erII, an) spirt
IrU" Im'h Ch" Craft 1.'** FORD Qalano 4 Dr. AT PSFttH tile, tub Near new' Sea Otta Dr. Lovely view" .. of fact, was given us by Aquinas tuous liquor. II Is certain to

111.11 WSW 2MJ -School Ml 2 illl 4/ll.1f Naples Say --.._.-,-____(1150 more than even hundred years produce Insanity III IIIt.1l ab.

It ft Crosby boo IS HP 62SUICK. t>75, Sob \ eFurnished uuih See Naples South and Model i. ago and jet It Is little known to. alners.
Homelita, Motor Ntw" top, now ip.c.at' CO"". V.,, AT. Homes 4ft
on Ditplav IMAGINATION II. A I t.
...,. tkit end tki jacket Call R&14. PS WSW 'US live rooms hom. day. After all, so much has : uee
Ml 24755 after 10 AM II data in. adults only 11 10 CO Remember tell", to rent buy or already been thought of and storehouse of Information, iwned

1/21 SI CADILLAS D.Villa 4 dr hi. month' Call Ml 2 Sill OtttVire.il contactLucille .a.'d, before our day that I'm by many i>tockholdert, 1m ludinc
SPECIAL AT .... PS PW, .. 1.., 5/HH
A/C
Marcum lob novelists offlctMtcekeM
Jaeger
poets, ,
quite hp >ped able
| up over being
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34M t bdrm ,
19 ft. haute turn th.it cTil: _
fiberglass "Crosby"runabout columlnlsts and other llari.
PONTIAC. Tompatt. Wagon I2M M23MI after t II a m DEWEY POLLY to Include even three or four many
twin 40 HP. IMPERIAL crown" 2 dr. hi, ../JI" with any degree of originality INGRATE: adj-n. Any person
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Johnson motors with only WSW 2HS at least, let us say, I trust a few who has ever received a favour

15 bra since new. 2 18 RAMBLER, .....". Wagon, AT. f bedroom furnithed, homo. of lit Ave Uo 4Tamiaml FIRE KILtS SIX-A fire set off while a Tahitian dancer's are truly original,but whoknows? from any other person

gal gas tanks, all controls, "'H. A/C M III Near Sea Get School SIMMt Ml 24351, Trait. torch was being lit swept through this church recreationhall A lot of things have tlt'enaald that IDIOT n. Olle.t.1 very numerous .

etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail RAMBLER 4 dr Sdn 'S' M bedroom furnished opt in San Francisco. Seven of the crowd of 300 died and you and I both failed to hear and powerful ii 'up

.",It. Oil."' ''.'. A/C met M 00 75 others were injured. perhaps! which Is able tll Influenn, do.
er complete package RtH lit nilnate and control almost even
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$1,895 See at 1C50 Murcx DO DOE. Wagon, V I. AT. Haatar unfurnished apt .-- human activity.
Stove and rot 17.50
Naw Paint INISI
Drive, or call Bill Tucker, WE PEED RENTAL LISTINGS r nvi"WMJTADS I Part Of Realtor Week screwbull.crazy ODD-BALLi n.personldlotnlt.(Colloquial A

Midway 2-4295 Excellent IMPERIAL: Crown" 4 dr M.
BUT J AT. PS. PB PW. PSaal, WSW, SEE: CARIBBEAN REALTY wit In /act, anyone holding

AP IS9S opinions different to ,our "''i '1.
PONTIAC Con... AT. PS. PBfUH Where Customers Sand Their
2" Chris.Cntt I.. Skiff hard WIW. New Punt 1011 F'I."d." Members Of Local Real }ESKIMOS (also spelled, for un.

aUNK.lMTH top llxllni glett CHRIS window.CRAFT II North Trail "Ml" I Ills Estate known reasons, esklmoes. and

Jl, .l-KU. S/2II1. '/? FORD I 0,. "1" Std. ihiftRtH ESQUIMAUX: ). Frigid midgets

4IS 4-Trade or Sell with twenty rigid digtts.REVOLUTlONTi .
CHEVROLET lal.
Air 4 Or,
Butineti Opps. HT, AT RtH. PB, PS n A ;lim l .
A/ lIt 'TRADE FOR LOT Large T Board To Their mlndud foolishly expect -,
KITCHEN CABINET OISTRIB bedroom, 2 bath homo priced Repeat Pledge person
UTOR "wanted for tht most i; et 111.$00.1 Mortgage payment Ing his new government tu be
complete lino of modular kit CHEVROLET. 4 Dr Sdn. V I. 157 per mo' Want city' 'lot.CARISSEAN better than the old.
." cab,noli in southern FlorIda Std Trant RtH Sis REALTY, 37SO N: MTMTIONJ has dedicated himself
Reply Bon lilt A I Coll.er SUICK 4 Dr HT AT. PS. Trail Ml 2(155* Members of the Naples-on- sldent John R.Wood announced. to pro- REBELt n. Anadlvepr"I"J"nt' i
rot ,
Count Newt" t/li n PB R&H MS 4/2S. thstO55Stores j thc-Gulf Dosrd of Realtors will This reaffirmation Is one of fessional and ethical service. of a new mls>rule which couldn't u
DODGE 2 Dr HT. AT. RtHPI ,
PB 441 rededicate themselves Fridayto the most Important activities |R "Many do not realize that ret going.

7-Dogt Cars Pets M Office continued observance of the which realtors participate during there li t difference between TRICYCLE MOTOR: n One

Ono year old milo' poodl nd. PLYMOUTH. Wagon, V I. R, Delve No I. f Std Shift 2 dr
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>|,... Ml i 5912 itt., I P M DODGE. S d,. hI, PS PS. AT 141 St avoIding So, Watkins III SO' per t Mo.Barken.1170 3rd S03 Association of Real Estate The realtors of Naples will be broker or talesman. A perennial tratClI'.hnurd and an ,
S/J6II inatlitmia to nil nelghlmrs with
R 39S 5th Av*. So. MI 2.1141. PUBLIC NOTICE Boards during Realtors joined by thousands of realtorsall realtor one who has subscribed -
CADILLAC Dr AT PS. PS, 4/1t.1f I lawns. Trlcyclo-imitors are sol.
13-Help Want. Female RAH A/C, WSW 79S NOTICE Of INTENTION TO Pledge Day Ceremonies at a over the country who are to this Code of Ethics and doin less than three and seldom

SECRETARY Sid PLYMOUTH.Shift, 4 0,. Sdn. RtH 49S 57-Houses For Sale REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME noon luncheon Friday In Da* members of the nearly 1.500 only members of the local board more than four years old, re.gardless .

POSITION WANTED PLEAS.PERMANENT OLDER MODELS The,"undersigned., I am' conducting does hereby en cortify oppliance .. ronl's Restaurant Roard Pre- real estate boards which belong and NAKED may use the term, of make, mixlel, or uut.

ANT WORKING CONOITIONS. 13 A.f.7"U" NY, 4 dr.. AT. Three b"oom. 5 cr5.0.d lanai service buainett et 2347 fll". to NARED. which Is registered as a collectlve .' ward apt>earame. ..
CALL Ml 26531 FOR APSalratary Drive 17} and lovely lendtctpmg enclosed &I., Naples. Florid under the fie' "The which our members mark (similar to a SELF. EVlDFNTs adj. That
UI" SO Chr .I.' Win, 4 d,.. AT with a sturdy cyclone lento ere titiou" "..... of ASCO and that said pledge :
for law oil.... young. PS RtH. Fluid, Drive 14S among many feeturet, of this firm I is competed of the following Final Pleas In will recite: Is of great trademark) In the U.S Patent which Is perfectly evident to
S bedroom home on city "water
food typilt Eo p.","" not rquirad and aewer 'In Lake Park, Only' portent whose name and piece otretldencet Importance to every prospective Office." Wood explained.The myself and to no one Mse on
Ml I > 4200. |/|>.t( WOOD CHRYSLER are at follows" ': FEC Strike Suit earth.
Cellowner.
113* 150 Terms available
WILLIAM LEROY POYER. I,. and present property owner code Is enforced by an
24521 before 100PM
PLYMOUTH INC. Ml 3112 Croton Avenue Wood declared. "These arbitration and SELF.APPROI3ATIONt) n. The ?
In Court Today grievance com-
14-Help Wanted Male Ownership, of ASCO I I. at follows" result cf aqulteolivlnufclyblased
Sue N. Trail MI .1$51 -PRMTE-i' l.'f William LeRoy Payer. Sr 100%" owners know when they transact mittee and directors who have nor

.,i.OO I'er MonthI NO BROKERS It I is my Intention to apply lo the JACKSONVILLE (AP)-V. S. real estate business througha to suspend or revoke board erroneous, appraisal.
Owner" mutt tell three bedroom Clerk of the Circuit Court In end HERMIT
a. lIerjnitaare a ,
I need who naadt to 40 Autos District Judge
am." Repairs Parts Bryan Simpsonwilt' M
2 bath home In THE MOORINGS for Collier County Florida to rogltler Realtor, they are being served membership any member who .
ntaka 1(00 p.f month to tall hear final moot fortunate race d m..lnce.
arguments todayIn
I Central! float and air the said come of ASCO under
I In and famous around Whito Cross laadtink. Plan conditioning carpeting throughout ike provisions of Ch.ptar ot5J. Laws a suit seeking to force Florl by one who has agreed to has violated Its articles their follies, and vices, are us.

'u"heel, W,,'.Nopl..rt LIe LOOK HEREI! except 2 bedroom Complot of Florida, Act. of 104*. da East Coast Railway to restore abide by a Code of Ethics bas The text of the Realtor's salty kept to themselves
kitchen: 'Including ditpotaland Witness' hand, thit" ROth day of
end C..ult" Co SOt AnorPIoo. diihwathar" Nice screened May 1964 my work rules, working ton. ed on the Golden Rule one who Pledge Is as followstI EXIIOKTATIONt n. Th.dit3e.
"'..01. call ISO Sill' where to
or Wondering go porch. paved drivewey WILLIAM L.ROY POYER I,. what of
.
f/4 it 04'- dltlons and pay scales that existed am a realtor ungentle proiess roast.
With your car problems? Town Phone Ml 2 ofterS May 14 21, 2S June 4. IH4 #'144 i iTo log the conscience of anothei
Part tima, mvnt mlor "wanted P M. 1/21./1 when 11 nunoraratlng un I Pledge Myself
MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE ., Factory Finish' Paint Job W At OTPRCHr HdME I bed. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Ions went on strike Jan. %3, 1963. protect the Individual right until he's driven to promise any.
Watt Coast Datactivo' A."c" Wrecks Rabullt roomi. i bath Florida' room, OF THE of Jus Michigan Cops thing even to the mending hloways.
The U.S. Department of real and |
Ml I 1 ?H6_. 61lU. Tunaupt garage Located on teawelledcanel TWELFTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT' estate ownership .
U al.ht 00 Cleen and well cared for, OF FLORIDA, tire suit contends the railroad to widen the opportunity to enJoy -
mao mantaulnew Front and
1"ln"1Motor
.G-I: Oata buildinft RaQuirat Priced' St III.500. Ownarane." IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY. violated the Railway Labor Act, Arrest Pickets SUmciENT pro. n. Ever;>
tmowltdga" of ii.l.clncalplumbma. ,I. OverhaulTranimiasion 'lout to tell CARIBBEAN IN CHANCERY. such changes itj ,single bit there Is on earth Ult
h
whl provides
and air conditioninf rebuilt REALTY, 1750 N. Tra..I. MI ADOPTION To be honorable and honest '
I.tore.ted appi.Canlsconlact LubricationBrikat 2 IISS _4/26.lh..1f Chancery No IOU should be made only after nego. ; something we really like.
IN RE, PETITION OF 300 Storm Jail In all dealings) iTo EAGFRNEKS A
Gold.n Gala Planning' Ofica onE 14 out of II of our retirement nations with employes Involved. : adj. passing
T.m.m, Trail" I/lI.n Pollth t Wax hornet told on Michigan, Ave SON DOROTHY GORDON GORDON'" and The government attempted to seek better to represent i ailment of youth, curable by f re*

SALARIELlI'OSITIONLICENSED Don't look any further eluding Only, I remelnlng landscaped at lot 111, ..cr.4)0 .In". NOTICE OF SUIT show, In concluding testimony IIILLSOALE Mich. (AP)-., my clients by building my know-
REAL ESTATE I.. ed porch air cond See I those TO: JEWEL Address LEE UnknownYou KNIGHT Wednesday that the work Tension gripped this little southern ledge and competence! I gret, following a few grains of

PERSONNEL Ml I 2 6030. REQUIREDCALL t/HI Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. hornet before hornet buying' CARIBBEAN any retirement ... are hereby notified" that the changes brought an Increase In I J Michigan city today following To act fairly towards ill In I exi rlence.LTHNOLOGYt.

above named petitioner hot filed to Income and :' a night of strike violence the of the Golden Rule :: The Mudy con.
130 Ith St. N, Ml 15105Naplat. REALTY, 1750 N Trail" Ml' Court operating company spirit ,
the above etyled
16-Help Available Fl.. 2 1155_4/1.Iht,H for petition,,,. edoption in of the minor child profits. J and demonstrators' threats at a To serve well roy commun- j cernlng the various races of man.

) bd,.... 3 both homo 150 Irom named therein to.wit: Vincent Roy The FEC which operates be. ,1 Jail holding arrested pickets. and It I kind-such as tlielves, lawyers,
Ity. coun-
through
M.N Tako care of elderly pto 44-Mobile Homes beech Central) heeling and air Knight, aod .rc required I. and Miami Sixty state policemen and.herlff's my I lunatics, columnlMs Idiots e.andethnologists. ;;
In my homt WV 1 2MJBoo. : condo Marlowe" end Beck "..I. sIte, cause, ..lOn you .h.ve. why tween Jacksonville try;
.li Springt__ /IMf tort. 413 Ith Ave So MI 2 5221 the lame should not be grented bytervmg attempted to show that the un. I'. deputies. of neighboring I .
SO 0 10 Skyline TI.r., It maybe 3/5.Ih. defente counties to the aid of To observe reallor.scadeof
Ep.nanc.d t.crvtary booh IfSORRENTO o copy of your "written Ions forced It to |list new rules I| came HOMICIDE The killing of one
moved lot rented See .
keeper MI I Mil UI 51 Lake Kelly or after t: 10 P M Ml at .. GARDENS 4 bedroom upon for Petitioner James R,. P Adams O. Box Attornev Into effeit by refusing to send lllllsdale's seven.man police ethics and conform my conduct I t human by another. ll ml<:Ida fall

2S34I 1/2111 1 bath bnckfront/ betuty .. I'force In the emergency to Its lofty Ideals. I Into throe classin 'atlons fe.
This very large and spacious 411' N.., *. Florida. and by Ming' their men batk to work. II < :
23-Misc. For Sale Rent or tale Ira,1... lot. ful.I home hat living' ,room family the eei'taI. thereof with the Clerkof In an earlier case, the Broth A crowd of 300 persons had I l lonlous, JuMlflable, and hljhlj
I ly furniihad tS dn S3S a room with. full brick elevated said Court on or before- June IIM3 Illlladale
I i massod at the County praiseworthy.tNVELOPEi.
G E'' .uIO""C .....h.r. Call month Less than II.100. Midway fireplace tlidma.' ejett door. to otherwise" decree may b. erhood of Railway Trainmen ob. Dade Convicts '
MI 2 7114. ItzUt 2 514* I/Il.1f petio Loris kitchen, with' all entered egeintt' you grenting, tt.d tallied an Injunction and the rail. Jail. Some demonstrators threw n. The coffinof

frailer "with cabana ana car? custom built cabinet disposal', adoption Witness' my hand and the Seal of road was ordered to restore pre. I i roiks, breaking jail windows. In Jail After ; a requt'Ki, tile holster of a
.pert I orree I or tale Nice dithwtther" renge Recreitionroom
lo crowd
the
Before midnight monthly bill the
24-Mici. For Rent eaten Ml 24151 or 27". could be utod et fifth said' Court et East Neplet. Florida. strike conditions on ShRine.That ; iu\k of a re..
)77" bedroom hat adjoining both Ohio Ith day of May HM case Is now before the U.S. Cir I had dispersed. However, police Freedom Spree J mlttante, and the night gown of a
Office could alto b* Vied MARGARET T. SCOTT watch. lure
attmall I'kt>pt an overnight loiter
EVER Ikelt. of als.
( Clerk cult Court Ap|
; saylas.re do.'l: Luttra "Trailers For Rent livin' larea bedrooir, I ratio Carpeting In bedroom in. SEAL) The FEC has restored freight The trouble began shout 7p.m. OVIEDO (AP-Two convicts EDUCATION) n. An Intellectual

tnt for Cleinin sh.rnp000r, Cerpots$0. Naples Rent alae Fur. "wine and '.Vice .,.... By INEZ Clerk MAGILL service but discontinued passenI I I with the march of demonstrators who raided a firearms locker condition: which reveals to the I

nlure, CO. 1/17 Traders tl a week, with TV, Fully toddtd IH 'lots with, III Jeme Deputy. R Adam service. I' to the jail from the shot a motorist who refused to wise and conceals from the
double
$ltaweeh.SpacesSl Rock Creek Trailer, Park a "week saved lust driveway I IVt" yours old Price eernort P. O Bo. 411Naple .. ger I strike scene at Essex Wire Corp. give up his car, then used two f'cMilUh. their mutual lack of uiulorslandlng. I

26-Personal 4/201f 114 500 CARIBBEAN'" REALTY *. FloridaAttorney The crowd was angered by other automobiles to escape d .
for PetitionerMay
It/7 710.tht N.tf Treil Ml 2 SIll 14 21. 21 June 4. HM *0(5PUSLIC PUBLIC NOTICI I II the arrest of three persons, one were back In MI today.D. DEGRADATION; One of the

Man ALCOHOLICS or "woman ANONYMOUS"wih d"k'1probl.m. 48-Apti. For Rent jP'TiY F RESIDt --- I)f them a striker's wife. The V. Dell, 29: and Fred lIIeld, a lagos of mural progress from

Atk for help' by calling ON .100 of "wh,to tend beech r HEARING' I demonstrators stoned the jail In 32, Negroes serving lime for t!hi status of private lllzen to I

MI 24331 Vil,tort cord,ally week Furnished Inquire apt I ot.rron 1405,. |Creech I5 .per 1 bdrm, 2 bath garage. CBS Notice It hereby given by the CII I]y Council for the City of Evergladet: I protest and police began waving armed robbery In Dade COWlty, Lfled 'hat of a publlc.omce holder.Accurate .
welcomed, Maatingt in FirttBaptitt "with screened tn pool end patio' Florida. that will be
public hearing the adoption of anne
Church Anna on SlIt Rd 4/21.tf lutt reduced to f)'.150 unfurnithtd Ordinance For Budget Appropnetioi. for.Ih.u.c: : Year HIM SI atI I their nlghlstliks to restore a road camp near here

SI at ill Ava avary Tuat and EIfc'"c., Daq. W..k. erMonIh Thit it a "wonderful buy City Hall In tha City of Everglodat e r. JO P M. Tuesday. June II. I'M ,order. Wednesday but were captured a
Frt n"int at I 30 P M IRIS MOTEL). MI In tcarce Item May "wo ehow" A true copy of the budget et tubmii toed by the Meyer and City Council After about two hours, the> few hours later at Daytona
RUBBER STAMPS that flake 22302 or Ml 24155Owner you this property today? CA.RI5SEAN i I. at followt" ': TIff I
REALTY 3750 N CITY OF E%EROLADESAR I rowd had become generally 1 Beach, 31 mile to the north.
o good m 'on Any ilta .
press t I. furnished elli
.
Trail' Ml 2 1155' "'Jlh..11ROme"
Oos day tarvica, Colic, County Air condo Stonocraft FISCAL YE! 19645 I peaceful* east.
M..... tl ciency Aplt Ml 24151* or Ml 2.2792. and butin.tr "for loleButinett BUDGET APP ROPRIATIONSMayor Mayor C. Aubrey Paul called I Capt. W. W. Cone, auperin.tendest .
I aeearo f home 'Inteporate '
Modern I bedroom soturnish building lacnlice for t Propened Cevocil'SProposad the City Council Into an emergency of the prison camp, said CHRISTIAn

30-Radio TV Hi-Fi oo APARTMENT "with com. cast or 'large 7ii..l' went. INCOME ESTIMATED' Budget Cudgel meeting. City Attorney 1 the men worked as trusties In
kitchen Near beach and
plolo 5.0 17)7 A 1 c '''
21" ,,,..10". TV "wood Ub'",'. shopping 315 SIll Avo So Ml hauL___ S/ot ii Ad volo..m I.... Ml 100 MII150 12400050 Harvey W. Mica said the coun.i the camp kitchen. They held a
Switch" A vol. control brokanotharwita 2 1311 4/21.tfSabsl Ot".r Receipts 00 u.no 00 I ell decided on "a course of ae. knife at the throat of a guard SCIEnCfmoniTOR

II6J "Shadowlawn, OK" First ft takes Shores Apts. 58-Lets For Sale TOTAL INCOME ESTIMATED -57595(04 lion to be taken In this strike.1 and took the keys to the fire.

YEAR ROUND LIVING 542,75409 He declined to elaborate saying; arm locker he said.

33-Services Offered Modern. one bedroom. furnished, and ..0.ficancy Vtattrfront Lots EXPENDITURES 0.".,.I Administrative, ESTIMATED: that for "good reasons" the i Cone said the two stole six ,38

cable In Apia Monthly or year TV Vand.rb.lt Beach slates Adminitlrative Salar.. _ .. I '.000 00 81.00004 I council would delay Its an. caliber pistols, two 12-gjuge
round Ml. 2 4455 Kelly Rr and Let I. block L unit I Generel, Inturance t Bond 2KMM42MM 'nolO nounrement until later In the i shotguns and plenty of ammunition.
SEA WALLS .roce Avo i/jtf Lot 1. Block J. unit I OM.ee Suppliet t Enpentet _u.-_ .. 2.50409
IS 500 cash for both loll Phone Other Administrative' .peoo.s __ .10000 1.70000 lIa)'. .
CONCRETE WOOD ROCK I 11M,.... furnithed aptt Near or write Don Holland 740 123 The violence marked strike at; They stole a guard's car and
beach and Total, General, AdmimttratlvUtihlief ___ m 00 i'm*
Foundation Piles thopping Weekly Avenue Treature blond. Fie )
In this when It broke
monthly or year Phone 3107154 Essex, a major Industry i down they tried to

Docks-Mooring Whips :s.y23041: 'ou"dJ"t ; 1/24 lOtCosuina Salanet __ '*".200 00 1 1,00000 I city of 7,629, has been going on i take the car of M.C. Andernon.
2 bedroom I orsetce d eficiancy landelarge' lot. Finett Garbage DitpotelWaler _= ::.::=:.::_ 100000 80100 since Feb. 28. It became exactly who resisted. They shot Anderson
SAGEN Automatic drydockiABBOTT apt No pets or children, Ml location: 15 MO Owner Midway Sytlam ___ 4.150 00 4.7409
1.J3I7 or Ml 2 SIM 4/ltf 2 SIM illS IMPORT Mosquito Conlrol __ _ __ 400000 400000 three months old today who was hospitalized with Complete
ro tM |IM IffTotel..' L'.hl. ______ 502104 2.52509 The Illllsdale Local of the 1 an eye wound, according to
ROYAL
Radio Road Fur. I bdrm aixt Efficionciet l.oltDrvi Fir leie Lot77' T,.Gal.. International Union of Electrical Seminole County deputies.
or Utifitie .
_. 121.f It M 525,515 54
J.M42 2 4353 J.MJJ TV. Air C_. MS 4th Write O J Herbert 2420 Hot. Public -- --- Workers polled out Its 180 plant: A couple pulled up to Invest! News
Work
So Ml ].
Avo 2451 l/Stf Read D....... Conn
lumm., __ I IM004 5550409 workers In a dispute over termsof > gate and the convicts took their
Phi;; ;; iei'r o'P" ;;;: M."t.CO
Monday too la through 5:30: ::Ad'ClOt' ....nt. Huge living room. k>tchan 59AcreageDISTRESSII Street Parkway" Mowing; ;; a landtceping._ -== :_. DOOM I.7MMI 555000 1.50009 I a first contract with the 1 car at gunpoint and drove to the e

Saturday I:M P M. end bath Mil JltlZt.1f* Sewer" lyttemEquipment .MflOO 5.50409 I company. Daytona tteach home of a dls. g
-- -- -
Viet' Shoo Rapair Owner needtmoneyl Maintenence = = 10000 10000 A chief Issue has been theHlllsdale Rant relative of one of the con.
8/iBLim. 49-Houses For Rent II acres 1154 total Airport _-._. 7500 Il' 00 local's demand for victs.
price Caller, County Coal, Et. Seewall" Projtct: School Drive;
38-Autos For Sale Furnithed 1 bdrm heute Year I... MI' JUt Op. Sundiyt (Stole Income Earmarked IIMM t.I5000 wage parity with the Indiana Police spotted the car and the CoT tf
Seawall
round Near Kwik" Chek M"J 5/50.50 Steele Ave t 42MM I 43400 workers.Eswx. men surrendered without resis
Water ,,,..
L School Drive .. MOM 1.000
1M2 ThundarbirdHardlop R 4 sane 5/1a54 40 ecret for tale Cloee ,,; IMO Capital Improvement 00i2i:7i : has said that the average tance. The gun and ammonia

H. Power air" condton'1 window, *. ..Low.,".. milo Faclory .. band two' City bedroom"waler.nouta.lurmthed near. per ecre REALTY M (M, tpht 3750 N CARIBBEAN TrailMl Total' 'Public Work --. .-- ..-.- : 00 125.903"00 hourly wice at the Hlllsdale tion were Mill in the car.

ago Ml J4I94 after S P M. Trail, and "' ''001. Three I* 2IISI 1/21 Tht if Safety Fire Protection plant, about $2.43. Is from 40 to

4/J Jf_ cfioote from Reetonablo. rote* 540 acres. tar ails at $.90 .,eracre. Harbor Patrol _.=_::-.:::::::-=___. S 77104 70400 'HI 70000 10 1 SO cents below the average STACCIRINC; INTO JAIL
From 155 I. tulOr Ml ,
1M4 VW Sunroof loadad with / mo M.ght 0911 part. paid the employes In the
,.'r.. Car c." b. suit, .t 24001 H W Watkine 1117.1f mile tooth of proposed Ft Total Safety __ __ _._ i'"5.075 50 'i' 1.25150 wages BENTON, IC)'. (AP) Sometimes -J
Its? Mch.ae, A... One 'bedroom furnithed or as.oeeiel'ad Leuderdal Rd CARIBBEAN PecreatiernCemmesoity Fort Wayne plant.A lh. law enforcement busl
"in; :
aftor C PM ) -... Call .".r 4 REALTY. 175 N. Trail Ml plant guard was shot and 1 Is
Center a Other ___ .. 12.55009 12.25500 nets easy a. pi*.
Four "whaat drivo loop Privata. P M Ml I Sell ,,' .H ,2.1S1. ./2l Tht.tfS7500 "' wounded Tuesday night, another Deputy Sheriff Joe 1 r eer $24 Meojfns, $12
Anderson
and 'In callonl condition pk 1 Mrm. furmtned -. Near Il-n aI.O en own.o..io. "JI' Total Recreation' ___ i"W 2.55450 S 2.251 M |guard was rluhhed with a baseball 1 Months SCH <
MI ISM4 boforo It a .... or MigH k...... fill. //lOr mo. Collier cam. Your chance for was stated at hit desk when a IMa oOettieeeiaM end
.UMT S o-a kau County Reel Ettete Ml good Invettmont CARIBBEAN' I bat, and s union picket was drunk, trying lo find his way tostart ittwej It chIt, yew beck or
Must Sell! 2 3UI Other rental. ale*. Open REALTY, 1754 N. Trail Mid slashed.. a wobbled into owner eider tot

1H Renault 4 CV MM M Ml tunday 1/21 50Hoel way. 211JS__ 4/25.9,5.00:. TOTAL EXPENDITURES ESTIMATI ID i1i."H*MN 550,15409 Trouble broke out Wednesday by mistake the office The ehriollo. .S<.le... MeMor

I UU IIIUt nouao on* block from BE A 'FRIEND'TO S I OidoonC'ly I night when .t carload of guards 00 Nec ey streetletrM
l62 Oulf Completely furnltnodMonthly Anderson wobbled Mm up foe ....... Oil II'
JEEP GOOD COND. Clark Inter
I the wan
leaving factory
3. 000 MI LIS. SU!. MI 2.US*. =zL'I to -t Jonuory YOUR LIBRARY iCily I..I! flifhl of atepe and straight Into Mil I I
I/2SM |. Ml 521.31aw M.y 21. Joatse 4. U. 19M 553 cepted. Rocks were thrown. the 1 lockup.




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. 10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday. May 18, 1961 clude continuing Soviet support that in any future crisis the men trend toward Improving relation .
Consular Treat T To Aid for Cuba as a Communist beach with the power of decision could has been both helped and
ly
- :: NI head. In the Western Hemls communicate with speed and secrecy. hindered by the Soviet spill\ with
.... In fart, given MM posat.bfltty RM China and the resulting
of some Cuban action The next .major development rivalry between Moscow and
Yanks VisitingB In Soviet against UA reconnaissance. was the successful Defoliation Peking for leadership of the
planes, many authorities hers In signing of a treaty Imposing Communist parties around the
still see the situation In the a limited ban on the testing of world.
JOHN M. IflGHTOWER tensive In both Laos and ttoMh Caribbean at a potential pow. nuclear weapons Undoubtedly, the split has
WASHINGTON (AP) Negotlatloni Viet Nam, the UnHed States hal dertog. One of the more concrete caused Khrushchev to reassess
between the Soviet Union been employing all kinds of The parallel trend of Improved achievements of the series of his relations with the West, in
and the United States are diplomatic pressures to ptr relations. date from the negotiations which have gone on the light of the fact that the So.
beginning to run up an Imprti. suade Red China and Communl Cuban mlssUe crisis In the fall ..11the Cuban missile crisis, viet Union Is caught up In a
give list of successes. The latest *( North Viet Nam to stop the of IMt. As the great powers was last fall's U.S.-Soviet wheat cold war on two fronts, It Is assumed .
U the new treaty to Increase fighting In Laos, and to Malice backed away from the confron deal. Under this agreement the here that the long Soviet
protection for American citizensIn the dangers of an expanded war tatlon that had carried the United States has sold the So. border with Red China Is a
the Soviet Union and Soviet In 'Viet \Nam. world seemingly to the edge ol viet Union 1.7 million tons of source of constant concern to
Itlzena In the United States Privately>, officials said the nuclear war, there were many badly needed wheat. Moscow strategists
Still, relations between WashIngton United States had really rot no statements from both Soviet Authorities here also cite as At the same time, UJS. experts .
and Moscow in some help from the Soviets In Its efforts and American leaders that steps an evidence of declining East- say because of the competition
,4s ways are getting worse at the to bring the crisis under must be taken urgently to West tension the parallel actions for Communist leader
fame time they are getting bet. control. On the contrary, they' strengthen the prospects for taken last month by President ship Khrushchev must strike
s ttr The future course of relations noted a sharpening turn In Soviet peace. Johnson and Premier Khrushchev out against the United States
fi Is unpredictable, and no propaganda, coupled with The first of the agreementsthat in announcing a cutbackin and other Western powers on
one In either capital has any warnings against a greater U.S. resulted was an agreement the production of nuclear ex. some issues since failure to do
guarantee against the sudden intervention In the area. to open up a "hot line" between plosives. so would yield advantage to the
eruption of a new and danger Other sources of tension In. Washington and Moscow, so Most officials here think the Chinese.It's .
ous trials.

'" P.U..UI\!i.. -..._- .IiRi..av------- Agreement on the new treat,
formally known as a consular
GOLDWATER REPUttLlCANS whose efforts for the Goldwater pledged convention, was announced bj
slate led to that group amuiK Collier County held a "Victory" party last President Johnson Wednesda \ \ r//;

night, although the slate lost In the state wide balloting Above, a groupof He emphasized that It was the
the guests are shown around the cake bearing the "V" for victory sign first two-nation treaty between
Harry Green who spearheaded the efforts of the group pointed with prideto this country and the Soviet Un. Our FIRST.

what can be nuomplishod. by "hard work," saying that was his aim in had ion In diplomatic the 31 rears links they He have expressed --- .
undertaking the lie also desire that the differ-
campaign expressed the the hope that it would
Ing elements of the party might now unite for the benefit of the candidate lead to a further ImprovementIn /
who may be nominated at the Republican convention. (NEWS photo) relations.
The treaty provides for openIng .

lirnl that. h,' ,Is "the ()n13? ser,, Naval Base In Cuba when th' up consular offices In each
country, In addition to the embassies
Rocky Steps Up ions' i .mdlditi' In the Callfiirnlipresldi ,i ( astro regime shut it off. In Washington and MosJ .
tit\ i.il primary and that hi t "Had I been the commandiniI :
Drive For VotesIn j hates to flunk' of what wool d I officer of the base, I probabl]'J opened cow. How and many where offices they will will be be
Ii.iptien 'to (lip dollar Ii Rorkefil,. would have taken that action,,'
established are questions still to
lei Ix'i .imi. pn sldenl.Cjdldu I believe In protecting the Amer.' 'ear .
be
negotiated
CaliforniaLOS "ilei. .UMI said he'd liav(i It an people first, and then won'
The United States is reported
vein\ t It!,i' U.S M.irlnes to tunu ry about what happens alter' A
ANGFLLS: : AP 10 ird he said. Interested In having a consulatein l4: td
: ( SMI." thi '\ I'r nI i Guantanamo(> Leningrad, and the Soviet
Barry Guldwjter, bc.hll'rl'rJ l In
Union Is understood to want a
neutrality pledges hone' III," h. +''"' r '_ .i'c....._ rj .._. consulate in Chicago Each coup
ard M. Nixon and G<",'. \Mlli.,m +'rd
W Scranton, waded""I"] i Ind(. try formerly had consulates In l. a- *.
the the other, but they were closedIn
presidential prlm.n \ I ittU
1948 is a result of cold war
today as Gov. Nelson A. iti'kp.'
Incidents.The .
teller fortified with rt
upn'
from Ambassador most Important provision
Hem < abut
of the pact, In the U.S. view, U Memorial
Lodge's bun, Meps up the r KP. a commitment by each govern to ': Spend your Day

Rockefeller planned t ltd l t< merit to give official notice with.
visit Miintere)'-when' ulll ld\' i. In three days of the arrest of a -.'" Week-end helping us celebrateOur
ter had Iron Tuesday!; ) foi, Y citizen of the other, and to per. w
'round (if appearanceIK,f< r. ;w iNa eg, mlt officials to visit the person
continuing north to Sim i L ru arrested within four days of First Birthdayl!
Santa Clara and San I t mo < seizure.
Soviet failure to notify the
Goldwater also plumed t<, 41J United Rates promptly of tht
move northward, visit In:' bents:, i4w arrest of American citizens has OUR BIRTHDAY
Barbara-where Km krfclU-r( I, ,d of irritation
been
/a major source
been TiiPMlay-. one dramatic Incident be.
Iltlcal fences! the Newt: ,i rkt" last of
Ing the seizure year
may have toppled.Goldwjter ( J Prof. Frederick C. Barghoorn.

revcilcd, th, That cue was finally straightened
(!Uo 1iTi
totnll'mruthl"11 ivcd! out only after the personal
frailty r. I
from the former vli. i e pt." 'dr, u Intervention of the late President TO YOU !
GIFT
and the Feimsylvmi;i 1"" John F. Kennedy.
Wednesday An .ilcl<, s del I II! Y I Typical of the double-sided
of affairs at
Arl/oni senator hiduud ti nature UA-Sovlet
undeclared Kepublli( uti o il. t;,( ZIts present Is the fact that, at almost .
ers earlier in the wr.'k. M I' ''.' the same hour that Johnson .
they had ben ropri'M-nti( In i was announcing the con
as aliened! with his opponent. sular pact, a spokesman at the .
State Department was deploring
Young' Lodge! said 11011I Inatl'"i ......... of Goldwuter l h) tin GOP arms to Cyprus.
"would most Ilk,,!), set thi. |>,1"" (NEA Telephoto) An arms deal between the
ty in docllnc fnmililih. It lTHK;, ; STKETUI; Presidential hopeful Sen. Barry Gold- Cyprus government, controlledby
would atrophy," water Is putting his campaign Into high gear in the final days the Island's Greek majority,
of the California primary In this photo he is speaking to a and the Soviet Union has been
Earlier, Goldw. rumored for about WORTH OF OPEN BOWLING
< ilor lud de. crowd from the steps of the state capitol at Sacramento. two weeks
_.. U.S. officials obviously believe

. . . . . . the tear reports the possibility are true of, and new they vlo

o lallon lence and between the Turkish the Greek minority.popu Friday Saturday Sunday, May 29. 30 31


: Reserve Space Now! : current The most tension serious between source the of

world's two major powers, however .
Is the crisis In Southeast HERE'S ALL YOU DO! To every bowler, man, woman or child who

o Asia. Faced with Communist' off. bowls at least one line of open bowling any time during our First

IN THE TWO GOP Convention Anniversary Celebration, we will give a coupon book containing $5.00

worth of open bowling 10 FREE GAMES!

Open, If Rocky "

Wins California

PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Gov.
WELCOMENOBLES : Mark 0. Hatfield of Oregon,
:
I keynote can National speaker Convention at the Republl.In July Special Memorial Day t:

says Oregon's delegates will MIXED DOUBLES
stay with Gov. Nelson A. Rocke.
feller of New York as long as he
: gets 39 per cent of the votes In SWEEPERSat.
: early balloting.

Rockefeller won Oregon's prU
mary election. The state has 18 A.M. to Sun. Night!
votes In the convention. "
S eS Hatfleld told a news confer. $ p *k Guaranteed
ence Wednesday that if Sun.
.
Barry Goldwater of Arizona jO Prize Fund
wins the California primary next
S Tuesday, "he will be nominated
(for president)) on the first bal.
I lot."
If Rockefeller wins in Callfor.
,0 nla, Hatfleld said, "it will set
up a wide open convention"with

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vanla and former Vice Presl.
dent Richard M. Nixon
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.

: Editions of. : Missing YearAKRON

: Ohio (AP) The
skeletal remains uf hu Akron
area voungsteis who disappeared
1:1(4a within a three*)!) perl Snack Bar While
helping us celebrate help
od neail) a ear ago have been
bt tS NtUiS : found In isolated areas near SPECIAL! your Naples Jaycees by bowling in

: here strangulation.The, the apparent. t1ms of BIRTHDAY their Bowlerama currently in progre -

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remains of Ruth Guthrle, u. INVALUABLE
o 12, of Tallmadge, Ohio, her TURKEY SALAD ..( 19 4 PRISESSANDWICH

hands bound together, were
found Wednesday on a farm In
: Portage Count).

JUNE 4 : The skeletal remains of Thorn
: THURSDAY, as J. Sumerlx IS:;, of Akron,
were found May :2 about four

: SUNDAY, JUNE 7 s miles The north Guthrie of Maaslllun girl vanished, Ohio Brookside Bowl

Jun :i after attending a fair in
TaUm die. The boy was last
: Phone MI 2-2107 : seen. June S In a shopping ten.ti .
r about 10 miles from where
the' n-mam* were found
Blvd.
2025 Davis MI 2-6400
A third Akron area \ "uth, Jo. Phone
iieph Kules/:a, 17 als, dl ..ap.T .
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