The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Weather Outlook Jr UBRARY OF FLORID' TIDES Rita lAw
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day ,In mid. .80*. variable mostly 'J. alts June I 4 M 34 I':18 II,31

oath and southwest 8 to IS mil, 7 Add one hoer for Naples' Bay
winds Bridge on the Trail\
Aid one hour for Marco

fRIDAY MAY 29, 1964 10 CENTS 10 PACES 40th YEAR NUMBER 217 "

ic-- --+c.--+cic *. Ex-Senator Talks with Nikita Civic Group

MEMORIAL DAY f > | {j Ups Budget ForScholarships

nri WJC-- Q3fS Should Cuba
PROGRAMh.' : U.S. View

+ \ % -:.
::: 5c: the Naples Civic Association

10:30: A.M. Saturday, May 30, 1964 In the scholastic awards
-Jg budge! to the Naples schools

Lt..1 4 Soace-Khrushchev r and Edison Junior College for
JVaples Jl1e".ial a.Jellfj: o' the This year was 196465.done upon the re-

c-m nendatlon of the Committeeon
I Education of the association
Master of Ceremonies .David C. Jones 1 1t under the chairmanship of Mrs.
PARIS (AP) Soviet Premier
Fla. Real Estate Commission 4
Edgar: P. Everhard Otherson
.. Khrushchev was described by a ri
Mr' former UJ5. senator today as : the Committee are Messrs.l .
Prelude Music M Dan !Nickel o Organist :
believing that the United States rv C. Col llns,Holcombe A.

Solo National Anthem _________ Miss Lam Wettuni should get adequate aerial In* Jones i obert Llndaburv., F.C.
*' spectlon of Cuba from outer Intosh and llllam W.Pancoast.
Invocation _Rev John Stump i rutor space and thus avoid any neS c Since 1968 awards have been
First Presbytei Ian Church space and< thus avoid any new made to the graduates of Naples
crisis In the Caribbean. i ,t
Senior High SchoolCa rver High
Raining of the Flat ._ American Union and \FV William Benton, former Dem.
School, Naples Junior High
Naples and B.>mU Springs ocratlc senator from Connect
School and St. Ann's School.
rcut, talked with Khrushchev pn
Placing Flowers on > eterans' Graves Naples' Girl Scouts ft Thursday at the Kremlin. Ben. The second semester of 1963-
Alice Timl crlake, Chnm ton five his impressions of ss6x 64 two $100.00 tuition scho
Khrushchev' views upon his ar larships were given to grad
Solo God Bless Our Native. Land Bryan Johnson yf. rival In Paris. He Is the U.S. \ uates of the Naples high schoolsfor
envoy to the U.N. Educational, Edison Junior College
Flower fetal Drop Civil Air Patrol Scientific and Cultural Organ! ants year awards were made
1st Lt. Bob Arirk *. ration which has Its headquar, I as follows

ten here. Naples Senior High Schools
Solo America the nutlhl __Charlotte VambleI1
"' Khrushchev as
Benton quoted Christine Campeau. Stanley

Introduction of Speaker Brile Gen. C. E. Jung I Ret.) *. saying that Soviet spacemen Boynton Ellen. Whltsett RIchard -
have brought back photographs Becker,
Address Major Gf'n. Bruce EasleyUnited of American military Install Naples Junior High School
tone and he assumes U.S.
Staten Army (Ret) 1c' Jane Rogers Steven Steele.
spacemen do the same In regard
Solo There la No heath __Wally Frt'dl irkson to the Soviet Union. Carver High School Lar-
And said Benton, Khrushchev Itta Junes Johnny Lee Richards -
Representatives of Veterans 0' Foreign Wars Auxiliary l'oMt IIOK9 Jokingly suggested that the United .
States and the Soviet Union St. Ann's School Jennifer.
Salute to the Color might exchange such photos.DOESN'T Watkins, William Donovan
Ier The Edison Junior College
American Legion, Auxiliary,
Firing Squad WANT TROUBLE r awards for the jecogd semester

and VFW Benton told newsmen today 1963-64 went to Gall Park
Naples and Bonita Springs *. that Khrushchev apparently was and Allan l Hamilton. Allan Hamilton -
suggesting that the United
Don lIolzhausenNilS was graduated from Edl
Bugler Tape
States abandon reconnaissance .q ,JunlorCollege In May 1964
Band Leader
*Frights which might encounter, fv so the awards for the first semester
Cuban antiaircraft fire. Presl '
Benediction Rev. Father lIickf'y, Putor ,d 1964-65 were awarded
dent Johnson has said such'flights ;
St. Ann' Catholic Church are necessary and will to Call Park and Mary Bender.
be continued. The decision Wednesday retained -
Muck r ___Mra. M. Ian Nickel .4w all scholarships to the
T Denton quoted Khrushchev as ..
Naples schools and Increased
Unveiling of B.byl.nd Statue Robert F. n.lliett", followst'Neither
*F the Edison Junior College
President Johnson
I Me Iowa Toleep" _Sales Manager p
"Now Lay
nor I want another ,Uls over ; awards to four $100 tuition
Oren A. Burbank, .
Supt Cuba* This Is the time for sober 1 JI ..Ji. : scholarships per year. This

tense to, reign." .__....... e -r__ _, .-.... ..__m- ." ...v +' V
I f, DediatioitandJISsaiae'PrayerA.u.rJleYe l.d..r..ambllrt ** said that Khrushchev. / (Continued on pal. T)
r Trinitybythe.CoveEpiscopal obviously concerned lest tuba, OUTSTANDING CYtTK&X f AWARD is presented to Mrs, Mamie Tooke by

Church provoke another U.S. Russian Michael Chance, Collier County NEWS publisher, at the annual Greater
confrontation, also suggested Naples Chamber of Commerce banquet held last night at the Beach Club Weekend Traffic

that the Americans confine their Hotel Mrs. Took?; president of The Bank of Naples, was selected as
planes to offshore flights over recipient of the award by a special Chamber committee (McGrath photo) Running
neutral waters. Here, Khrushchev .
9 *) *. presumably. meant the Thank You' Below NormalBy
use of wide angle lenses which Community Says THE!: ASSOCIATED PRESS
might be able to take adequate The daath.toll rate ran below
photographs from high altitudes. normal In Memorial Day week
Solemn RitesTomorrow Around .. In Washington, both the State end s traffic today.
Citizen9 Award
and Defense Departments de. "Top Weather condition were
For dined comment on Khru pleasant over most of the na.
shchev' reported statements.No lion, and auto movement on the
rod appeared| to reach sub.

Memorial DayThose from Khrushchev official communication this line |To Mrs. Mamie TookeThe tantl-1 volume.
The along > DY Ute morning, a count of
or has been received In Washing, traffic deaths begun at 6 "p.m.
who served In all wars ton, It was stated Thursday showed 29 fatalities.
will be honored st special exer By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Privately, U.s. sources sug. Greater Naples Cham- dent Tom Treadwell treasurer Rev, John W, Stump First A record high traffic death rate
cises tomorrow when mllltsry Y tested that the Soviet premierwas ber of Commerce started on Its David N. Pfaff executive Presbyterian Churchgave the of more than 110 a day was the
and civic leaders gather st PANAMA (AP-The national fS Y again trying to embarrass 20th year of service at the annual vice president. Directors are Invocation and Ifcsv. Richard average for the first four
elections board has officially pro the United States over Its Cuba held .\ Richard months of this when total
Naples Memorial Gardens membership meeting Deason Hill Lambert Trinity-by-the-Cove year
claimed Marco A. Rubles victorIn reconnaissance flights.
Vanderbilt Drive and I11th Ave- the May 10 presidential election said such flights will be contln. Thursday evening at the teach George Powell r.,Holland Sal- Episcopal Church said the be- deaths numbered 13,350.
nue, North. (See program) but opponents renewed ued, to guard against re-entry Club Hotel with a capacity audience ley Harold R, Smith John A. nediction The National Safety Council
their protests of election fraud.< t of Russian offensive weapons In attendance Smith Phil Derbyshire Lloyd Mrs. 1 ooke, president of the said that between 410 and 490
Ceremonies will start The final tabulation Thursdaygave The United States has kept H. Milton Link was Installed Easterllng and Lester Whit- Dank of Naples was honoredfor persona may be killed In traffic
promptly at 10i30 tjm. when Robles 130,154 voles to 119,. secret all details on what, If as president for the coming alter outstanding service to the accidents during I the 78-hour hob
David C. Jones of the Flor- 786 for Arnulfo Arias, leader of anything, photographs by its or. year by retiring president Retiring directors introduced community over the past 14 Idjy period which ends at mitt.

ida Real Estate -Commission, the Panampnlsta party. The of. biting satellites may show. George E. Powell Jr.,, who was and thanked by Powell area years The selection committee night The Sunday.council estimates

acting as master of ceremonies tidal count approximately presented a past president's John Wood Robert Baugham was unanimous In Its choice. more than 83 million cars will that
matched tabula.
will give a brief talk. tlon announced a preliminary three days after Ulbricht Given plaque by Link. A.L Arnold Miles Scot kId, Chance said he would not attempt be on the move sometime during
The main address will be givenby the election. ',','i' Dr. George F. Baughman Edward Delavek and Clinton to detail her many ser- the holiday period.
Major General Bruce Eas- Big Fanfare In president ofNewCollegeSara- Jordan Co-tUuwl o_ page 7)
ley (retired) who In 1943, Iota.dellve red the principal .
"':alii IIIr ."""'
directed and supervised the STOCKHOLM (AP-The gov Visit To Moscow dress

processing of over one million ernment Is Investigating sever Mrs. Mamie Tooke was pre
al other security suspects within MOSCOW AP East
( ) Gar
for redeployment in the sented the Collier County NEWS
',he Swedish defense organlza man Communist leader William
of the U.S. ( Telephoto Citizen Award
War "Outstanding
Department lon In the wake of the Wenner. Ulbricht arrived In Moscow today -
GRADS IIEAR LBJ President by Michael Chance She was
Army. Strom spy scandal. with able fanfare and a n 4l
The disclosure was made In Johnson enters University flurry of speculation rut some selected for the honor by a spec-
The placing of flowers on Veterans Parliament Thursday as the of Michigan stadium In thing Is In the wind-possibly a ial Chamber Commerce committee -
Graves will be led by Conservative opposition attacked Ann Arbor, to give com. new Berlin crisis that considered host
Mrs Alice Timberlake as Socialist Premier TageErlander mencement speech in which Ulbricht Is a frequent visitor of nominees. .
chairman of the local branch and his ministers for their handling he said he was committed to to the Soviet capital but seldomIf Named to serve with Link
Girl Scouts of America Representatives of the Wennerstrom case. end racial Injustice and poverty ever has he received such a for the coming year ares Nor l t l
of the Veterans Air Force Col Stlg Wenner. in our time. welcome as today. man A, Herren vice presl )
of Foreign Wars Post 8089, Strom Is to be sentenced June 12
will offer a salute to the colors for selling Swedish and NATO .t
military secrets to the Soviet

The, Impressive petal flower Union. School's Out r

drop will be under the direction TORONTO (AP-A commit .
of Lt, Bob Arick of tee of the Canadian Medical Association .
School Is out. Ann's Parochial scnooi ciosedyesterday carver; mgn School in Naplesand
Naples Civil Air Patrol. plans to seek a ban
on pupils In the Collier Coun- for the summer at Dethune In Immokake

One of the highlights af the dian smoking television by performers The ban on would Cana. ty public schools went to school Last in the series of commencement while Immokalee High Schooland .w

morning exercises will be the not extend to cigarette commercials today for the last time until exercises for the Everglades High held their
unveiling of a large "Baby- fall, although teachers will be county schools will be held at baccalaureate exercise last
land" statue. at their posts all next weekIn 8 o'clock Monday night when 106 .iunday night.On .
a post planning session. St. Naples High School graduates Wednesday night eight
The firing squad win consist GEORGETOWN: British Guiana will receive their diplomas graduates received diplomasat
of members of the AmerIcan (AP-The British Guiana from Superintendent William D. Bedim High School In Imn -

Legion and VFWs of both mission government to Investigate will set up racial a com violence Laos NeutralistsIn Reynolds Naples high School oka lee, while 24 were graduated

Naples and Bonita Springs.: at Wlsmar In which five Counterattack baccalaureate exercise will beat from Immokalee high
Gen. persons were killed and 178 8 o'clock Sunday night In the at Commencement Thursday
been Easley who has just homes destroyed Sunday night. VIENTIANE Laos (AP r-Uh.o4laji high school auditorium. night
named as director of military neutral st forces have In all, 152 will be graduated Rev, LeE Daniel gave the

sales programs for Cape To Close counterattacked Communist positions this year from the Col1terCountY nmencement address to the
Coral and Golden Gate Estates on the northwest fringe public schools. Last Sun- lw nokalee High graduating 'Kxv
development has had a brilliant On Memorial Day of hills alone the Plaint del day afternoon. Baccalaureate class.: James She Uaba rier was
career In the army. A Jarres, reports reaching Vientiane exercises were held at both the valedictorian and Fleet.
native of Ferron Utah, he Is The Collier County Free Pub. said today jckburn the salutatorian r
a graduate of Toledo Unlve- lic Library will be closed to. Five neutralist companies Twelve will be graduated In
sky Toledo Ohio and the U.S. morrow because of Memorial pocslbly 500.700 men -were re ec: tmencernent exercises at 8 -. ----
Military Academy class of Day, according to an announce. ported to have moved from Hu RENEW LOURDRIVER'S o'clock tonight at EvergladesHigh PAST PRESIDENT'S PLAQUE Is presented (eorge E Powell Jr, (right)

1929. lie was named Brigadier ment librarian by Mrs. June Huchlta.the ong defense Soul eastward to strength. LICENSE School and two will be graduated retiring Chamber of Commerce president. by II Milton Link, incoming

General in 1954 and rose TIle Summer schedule of the. en attack, military against sources Communist said. DURING YOUR YeerN at 8 o'clock at Carver president of the trade body, at the annual banquet last night which marked,
te the rank of Major GeneralIn bookmobile will be announced Muonc Soul Is 110 miles north N9NtN High School cafetorlum In Na- the start of the Chamber'! 79th year of service to the area

December of 1958. shortly, Mrs. Huchka added. of Vientiane. ples. :;0 (McGiath photo);



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Says LBJ Asked td

Catholics For

Honorary Degree


Elly M. Peterson, assistant G FULL GOSPEL OF GOD
chairman of the Republican National ; d x 4 COMMUNITY CHURCH Misdowlawn Ave., E Naplt.

Committee, says Presl. 41r t Rev, \Don I'suUon, Parlor
dent Johnson has asked a f hf
Roman Catholic University in Rev, George Paulson.Ai Sunday School 10 a.m.

the East to award him an a01 inUnt Pastor MOl ninll Worship 11 im

honorary degree to help him a 1rr Dominion Dr. Avalon Estates Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. .
win favor with Catholic voters. South Naples Youth Servlc..Tue.d11

Mrs. Peterson did not name ;, Sunday School 1000; I.m. at 7:30 p.m.
the university when she made Morning Worship 11 a.m. Mid-Week Service Thursdayat
the statement here Thursday se
7 .
Sunday Evening pmVti 7:30:
during a speech to the Fairfield
Women's a. \ Player Service 7:30: p.m.
County Republican Iy i
Clubs Association She refused 9 /I Ipl "'' GOSPr:L HAPTIST CHURCH
to Identity it when questioned in CENTRAL P O Box 214 Naples, Fla.
Washington later BAPTIST CHURCHNow E. C. Bealrd Pastor

Holy Cross College, a Cut ho. i "y K meet:ng Masonic Temple (iiiminlon' Rd., Avalon Fststts
lie institution at Worcester, + North On The Tral East Naples
Maas., announced on April 14 h Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES

that Johnson would speak and Rev Oscar McCollum riible'Srhool 10:00:

receive an honorary degree( at __n__. 00' .__ .___...-.- Sunday Services Morning Worship 11:00 am am.

the June college's 10. commencement on BREAKING' GROUND for new Central Baptist looking on happily, Event took place last Sund"fafter Sunday School 10 am Training Service .1:00: p.m.

A spokesman for 1101) Cross White House Has No Church to go up on Sea Gate Drive, off the North morning service. Construction of the first Worship Service Him. Evening Worship 8:00: p.mWD .

said "We Invited the President Comment On Row Trail. Rev, Oscar McCollum, pastor, wields the unit ,is expected to start within a week, with Ar- Bible Cleaves 6:30 p.m. : EVENING SERVo,

the same as we Invited other shovel) at left, with members of the congregation nold Glazer as architect and builder. Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Bible Study and
candidates Mrs Peterson refers Over Communion Prayer Service 7:30: pm
to a unlverslt and we IMMOKALEE Choir Practice 8:15: p'.m.
Ion writing In the May Issue of
have never been a unlverslt) WASHINGTON AP) The the group's monthly! publication Tuttle METHODIST CHURCH
and don't expert| to be." White Mouse withheld comment American Church News. Mrs. Clara A. Tuttle, 80, died! Johnson Back In Texas Rev Richard Howe, Putor TRINI'fYBY.TIIEeOVEEPIRCOPAI.
In her remarks Mrs. Peter 'today on an E| ls<'opal dent I ) Canon Dubois said he was not last night at the home of hedaughter SUNDAY CHURCHPort
son also said "Watch the TV man's objcitton that President Royal
the President good Mrs Ray Deatrlch ol
for nationwide airing of this Joluison taking of Communion questioning Naples.A Morning! Worship I 8:30: A 11 The I Ire.. Richard T. Lambert I
faith and lie said the
In the Eplsiop.il Church sincerity : To At Old SchoolJOHNSON Sunday School, 9:45 t.m.
was a
learned address unless some trouble lies In the past with native of McKinney, K)'.,, Speak Jr Intermediate and Sr. Sunday Services
arms come untwisted In the In. violation of church law.The ,priests and bishops who 'tock Mrs. Tutt'e .Loved. to Naple Holy Communion, 8 am
tervenlng two months." rector of an Episcopal| | the law In their own hands." In 1915 and had made her homeat M.Y.F, 6:30: p.m. Fsiilly Worship, Church
To this the Holy Cross church where the First Family 388 Tenth! Ave. S. CITY, Tex. (AP- "Great Crusade" when he first Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m.. School end Sermon.10:00
spokesman sal I: "She also re often worships, the Rev. William Besides her daughter, Mrs, President Johnson made aa won the presidency in 1952. TUESDAY a.m.
fern to the Intervening two M. Baxter of st. Mark's, told a Dettrlch, she is survived by L memory.filled journey today to Johnson plucked a Kennedy Men's Prayer Service 7 p.m. Wednesday
months and we would like to reporter that he feared too much Tenth Victim Of broth r, Paul Moore of Washing, Texas-and his high school of esque chord after saying that Choir Practice, 8:00 p.m. Holy Communion, 0:30: a.m.
point out that our arms have controversy was developing ton D.C., four grandchildren and I 40 years ago-after exhortingNew Democrats must look beyond WEDNESDAY Holy Days
never been twisted and the de. ''over a matter which he felt was Samoan Fire DiesSAN three greatgrandchildren York Democrats to work pending civil rights and anti. Midweek Prayer Service, Communion at 8 a.m.

gree will be given much sooner "nut that Important" FRANCISCO (AP-The Funeral services will be held I for a "great victory" in Novem. poverty legislation and, in the \JulU & Children, 7:30: p.m.
than two months." Asked If Johnson may tontlnua 1 Oth victim of the Samoan fire at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon,I ber. future, "offer new programs to FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
In New York City, where the to receive Communion at St. dance disaster In the pariah hall 1.1 the Chapel of the Richard A.,, Johnson flew here from New solve new problems" CHURCH OF NAPLES
President>> a Protestant, was Mark's If he desires, the clergy of All Hallows Catholic Church Pittman Funeral Home with the i I York In the early morning "ThlJ Is why," he said, "the EVERGLADES Third Ave., So. air Sixth St.
making a series of speeches at man reilled, "Of course" last Saturday night died In a Rev. U. Curry Walton of Pine,I hours. Democratic party Is the place to COMMUNITY CHURCH Rer. John W. Stump
Democratic rallies, on Thursda Johniion Is a member of the ;San Francisco hospital Thurs. Island officiating Interment will 1 He had only two appearanceson be-the excitement is here-the Rtr. H. G. Wel.betker. paitnr Sunday School 9:30: a.m.
night, White 1I< use press were 1JlsI'lllles| of Christ, and his wife dIY be in Naples| Memorial Gardena his schedule for a ranch satisfaction Is here-the fron Sunday School 10 am Services on Sunday
tary George Reedy said it was and two daughters are Cplscopallans. Friends may call at the tuner, weekend-one tonight to address tiers are here." Morning Worship It ..m. 9:30 a.m.
the first he had heard of the Five died at the scene and al home from 7 to 9 o'clock! tonight the graduating class of Johnson It was Kennedy who talked of
matter. The comments about the Pres. over 100 were Injured. Somestill City's Lyndon B. Johnson High "New Frontiers" in the 1960 COPELAND BAPTIST ST. ANN'S
I lent receiving Communion remain In critical condition.The School, where he was graduatedIn presidential race. MISSION CATHOLIC3rd
to came from the Rev Canon Albert fire started during a fire St. air 10th Ave, So.
Moslems are required 1924, and the other to speak Johnson's first appearance in Rev Clyde MutlnlInd.y
'dance-part of a Samoan noil The blue whale I Is theworld' !I Father Bernard L. Hickey
remove their shoe before J. Dubois, executive dlrec to University of Texas graduates New York was at a dinner of School 10 am.
tor of the American Church Un 'day celebration. i largest mammal Sundry Masses
in Austin
entering a mosque Saturday night. the President's Club-an organization Worship Services Weekdays 7am.
The President made his No. of $1,000 contributors 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.in. Confessions only
HmMnwimininlHmnmiMnHiwimiuniuuiiuiiiniiiiniiHiHNUiiiiiiuii iiiiiniu_ .......... __"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIUUIIIIIIItlllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHII IIUIII;' vember victory appeal during a The President circulated from Prayer Meetings Saturday
circuit of Democratic fund.rals. 4 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m.
table to table, shaking hands
Wednesdays at 8
p.m. Sunday School I 9am) '
ing functions in New York but did not eat.
Thursday night. The finale At Madison Square Garden, Confraternity Class otChl'l.tI.n
brought 17,000 persons to Madl. Johnson asked "for the support CIIOKOLOSKEECHURCH Doctrine
Yo" CorJia/w lnviteJ son Square Garden for a two- of all citizens to complete the OF GOD Mondays at 1:30: p.m.

<3tre hour program of entertainmentand work so nobly begun by our Sunday School 10 a.m.
a Johnson speech EAST NAPLES
martyred president-John F.
Morning Worship 11
Appearing at a $I00.a.plate Kennedy" am BAPTIST CHURCH

dinner of Young Democrats, ''I ask you to march with me !Miadowlnwn Ave, East Naples

Richards Roofing Service Affc"J they Chnrc Johnson said "Start working along the road to the future MARCO CHURCH OF GOD Rev Ladies Barge, Pastor
n... ..I.HI N.pla o /1 tonight for a great victory for the road that leads to the great Ira D. Hancock, patter Sunday
--- the Democratic party next No. society," he said "This Is the Morning Worship 11 t.m.
vember. And now give us your work of the Democratic party : Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Hardware Evening Worship .
Sunshine 715pm:
hand and your heart 'and your Morning Worship 11;:00 a.,,!.
'YourCompl.lt' Hardara Blofi Training Union 7 00 .
help. : p mEvening
711 alb A.... a. C
U our Using phrases reminiscentboth COMMUTING PASTOR GOODLAND MISSIONOF Worihip 8:00: pm
Resell! Store a of Dwight D. Eisenhowerand LOUISA. Ky. (AP) James H. OCR 8UIOIRSunday WednesdayMid

sue Its A.... 50. John F. Kennedy, Johnson Gray ion, pastor of First Baptist School, 9 ainHer. Week
spoke of crusades and new fron Church lives 410 miles from his Richard T. Lambert Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.
The Bank of Naples tiers. congregation. Adult Choir Practice 8:15 p.m.
Orowms with. Naplat and These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church The chief executive said that He is s senior at Southe..ternBaplist JEflOVAIlS WITNESSES

COII''M' .County. ,DnIC. I9<1" and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. government Democrats regard as t crusade"politics-not and a Wake Foreat Theological,N.C.,:and commuteson Seminary, !Mngdom Hall 107th Avenue NAPLES PARK

chore." And he added, "I've weekends by suto. Miniitcr Wallnte-EndrM BAPTIST CHURCH
Hartley's Variety Store come up here tonight to ask you The deacons voted to pay his Bible Study Wed. 8 pm U... Marlon E. Wacaier
M Ninth Strait Smith to Join that crusade." plane fare but Grayson declined Minister School Fri. 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 10 am
Shoe It was Republican Eisenhower because: "it would be too enpensive. IervlceItetinlr: Fri. 8:30: p.m. :Morning Worship 11 am
Bobs Pastry who talked repeatedly of a ." Public Addiess Sun. 6:30 pm Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
II* tlh St, N.. Ml 11710. Watch Tower Study Sun 6:45 1 Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 p.m.
Frnh Bih.d Ooodt Da ly

Naples Federal Savings t t Protestants Elect New Leaders FIRST CHRISTIAN FIRST METHODIST

and Loan Association ___HO' ._ OF NAPLES
Mandarin Dr Coquina SandaMinillter First Avenue, S. & Fourth St
.ee ith Ave, so MI KISS
1 Paitort U... Harry C. Parham
Jim's Sunoco Rev James W. Mackty Sunday Worship 11 am

Llfatima Ouarantaad Muff art 4 { Bible School 9:45: s.m. Sun. Eve Worship Serv, at 7:30:

Ml JMJl.r 11471 N.pl., Fla. Church Service 11 ..m. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
w. G,,,. Slampt Choir Practice Wednesday 7:30 Junior, Intermediate and

Vesper service 5 p.m Sun Senior Fellowship, 6 pm
Naples Coin Laundry Prayer Meeting

Spaad sU Quaan Boy Wathart With 4 i'yuug CHURCH OF CHRIST Wednesday at 8 pm

U.S, Hwy II N. 4 Whitman Blvd -I lumiami( Trail at 14th Av., N
Op.n 14.Hour. N N.pl.t r Chide tthartcn II, minister ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC

W Ho.". Owner. Sunday CHURCH
Furniture Co t Bible study 10 a.m. Igll Building corner of
Naples A
Morning Goodwin Street and the Trail
worship 11 am
JMO N.. T.I' Trtll Bonita Springs ..
worship 7:30: p.m.
BB Builders Specialties Father Joseph EL Beaumont
>t 4 : Wednesday
Trill North Ml t..UMPly..ooct M b 1. Bible Sunday Masses 7:30: 9:30: s.m
Doors Buildon. Hdochliso r study 7:30: p.m. Confession: Prior to
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Lamplighter Cafeteria }} CHIRCH OF NAPLES
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ftowntown US 41 MI Missouri Synod
4.Corner* N.pl... H 1.. 1) ff U S 41 and 12th Ave., No. BAPTIST CHURCH
---- r. I 1 Y !L-I rri x'Int.rSr Pastor Pastor Rev L. E. Daniel

C. A. Anderson 11 l ;r Rev. W. Wayne Dtlloncy Dr. J. Lester Varnish Rev. George; W PrlSunday Worship 11 a.m. A: 7:30 pm
A ExtonorP INIlltr gi1MM ,
.intm| O.oo.lonl 11 I IIhI9, Dr J. Lester Harnlsh, of Portland Ore. Is the new president School 9amChurch .
W.llp.p..lns Awl .hr of the American Baptist Convention. Rev. W. Wayne Service 10:30: a.m. IMMOKALEE

rnont Ml t im f.0, B.. INI ,N N Dehoney, of Jackson, Tenn., becomes president of the duly Communion CHURCH OF GOP
Niplo.. Florida Southern Baptist Convention. Elections were held In First Sunday each Month Pastors Rev 0 P. OB.nnon

Marathon Dredging Corp Atlantic City where the religious groups are in annual Sunday School 10 am

Morlno Con Nruclion and }'I d convention. ,e.. ,. .. MRST CHIRCH OF CHRIST Morr Land Div.loom.nl SCIENTIST Evening Worship 7:38 p.m.
MI 14)21 N.pl.t Florida 1 i E. Naples Baptists i Central Avenue at 6th Street -

Trail Builders Supply I i Plan Bible SchoolPreparation t- txt3gfi e' Sunday Service 11:90 am BONITA SPRING
Sunday School
5 11:00
Company OF GOD
Naploo, Florida t. DayThe Wed. Evening Meeting 8 pm\ Rev A. P. Howz.
Reading Room 520 Park Sr, Sunday
West Coast Furniture East Naples Baptist Mo. Wed Fri. Morning School 10 am
Worship 11 am
Church will hold
Comploto Inl.riort Recognize this building Whether you li\e in Yuma or Butte for Vacation Bible PreparationDay School 10 am to 1 p.m. Evening Service 730pm.:
..W tth A.... to N., Fla. Prayer
? t, 11 or Concord or Dallas you know that this! Is the dome of the Saturday May 30, from 2:30 KMM'SrELLVTIII'IUN! Meeting' Wed. 8pm

Charles R. LeBuff Capitol In Washington And what III I more, you would be able p.m. to 5:30: p.m. f CHURCH OF NAPLES

Cabinet Shop III to identify the Eiffel Tower or the Taj Mahal without a second AU children aged 4-18 are Datail. CakmaU. Furnlturo H.pair glance. All of us are attracted to and enticed by faraway places. Invited to attend. There will :Mooring. Line & Bow Line Dr < or, 10th St. &: 11th Ave,, N.

Antique Raproduetiont And yet we tend to Ignore and take for granted things and be a picnic following registration v In the Moorings Rev. David Lanier
44 lth St So Ml ItSS places of interest and beauty at our ery "buck dour Pallors Dr. Harland\ D. Figne Sunday School 10 am

Our lives, too, have lofty domes and towers that we may be Regular! Bible School classy Sunday School Bam. Evangelistic Morning Wonhlp 11 am
Jimmie Contractorrhono unaware of. We develop our physical bodies, our personalities, will start Monday, June 1, Church Service 10:30: .m. Tuc** y ftttr Service 7:30 p.m.
PlaU.rmi ft Matonry Ml DI4f ** our talents and we think we\e done everything necessary for at 8130 a.m. 730pm.Meeting

-- -- happy living Yet it it a fact that unless the higher! spiritual FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Thursday YPE 7:30: .

Van Der Veer life of man is developed also lasting happiness! U impossible. !Mrs 'VeatherlyNamed OF NAPLES p.n.F.YFRGLAD

Music Center And when we live entirely on the materialistic level, we are only BAPTIST
Instruction Oapartmant alive To Head'Vomen's Robert Minis, ,aster CHAPEL
Comploto In any /tnatrumant Open your eyes. and look to the Uht. Discover your full Sunday School 915am. Priori Rev. Erie C.. WeUon

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Mrs. Hugh 4:30 p.m. Worship Services
(. .,iKhll.>>>.. Kawtor Alv. .rtiain v/Sane. Inc. SI'IIbut,.V.. Weatherly was Hawkins has been elected Evening Worship
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By Sue Glover Harbor

I bellev j few good hard I I home to spend the summer In
rains would curs a couple of, Mansfield, Ohio : Bow LineBY
Ills for many people right about

now. Have you ever seen the mo,, IN ACCIDENT $
qultos so bad? I'm told a few Rev and Mrs. Ledles Bargo .,

good rains would alleviate the and daughter were Involved in an NOMIE ROGERS
problem somewhat and knork the accident In Virginia while on their -

number of the little pests duwn way to Atlantic City to attend the i Hello Darer a pretty sick guy. Blllle tells

to normal. Dont feel like you're Baptist convention. None were rz It's Soda) about r.m. the me she expects him home In

, being picked on }'f you live in i seriously Injured, though we understand time of day I call the "quiet" a week or 10 days Now Ray,
East Naples. I hear they're bad Martha received a whip If you play this thing right,
all hour and the time of day I
over.The lash Injury, and friends in Virginia : you will take full advantage of
like the best I have been
other hazard or problem, loaned a car and the Bar, all this being pampered, and
Is, of course the gazing out at the heavy, dark
extremely high toe went on to attend the conven. waited will be In
, buring Index that comes with lack lion clouds so full and low, Wish on, so you

of rain. One East Naples rest Mrs. Doyle Kirkland and her 1 could reach up and wring top shape come hunting sea-

dent called to say she and friend sister, Mrs. Etta Hall, droveto them out. Oh, oh --guess what son, Savvy?
Hubby were burning trash and Kissimmee last week and spent 1 1 am looking at. not five feet We called on Joe and Ann

someone reported a fire to the Tuesday and Wednesday visiting / t r away" A tiny hummingbird Meallon a few nights ago, enJoyed -

East Naples Fir Department. with Mrs. Hall's son who was In !f ting hU evening meal from the some of Ann's home-made
She said the prompt response) the Hospital. applesauce cake. Ain't It fun
I of the Fire Department was re. Irene and Chester Barker,for. flowers look around him my porch AsI to Just sit and talk while set-
at through field
assuring but she was somewhat mer residents of Naples,are vis. my tling all the world problemsand
disturbed to have the firemen on iting\ln Naples for a few days this glasses I see a brilliant green putting everything back on
4 duty and all the volunteers drop week. Plan to return Saturday to coat, a ruby red cravat and keel One did
an even thing we'
whatever they were doing to respond their home In Quitman, Ga. They the blur of his wings which
to a trash fire Of course, have been visiting at the home of resemble a halo around his all agree on was, we wish ALL

prompt action is vital In re. Mr. and Mrs. "Doc" Johnson on body. To think, this tiny creature newspapers would follow the
porting a fire but let's be -. "I example set by the San Fran-
sure the Cast Trail. -- '- -- weighing hardly an ounce,
we don't call out a piece of Roan Johnson's Father's Day THEIR FIRST GRADUATION This claw, resplendent can travel hundreds of mites, cisco Pee, to print the names

equipment that Is expensive to gift to Dad "Doc" Johnson Is a Man Who Brought in mortarboards, was graduated this over open sea, how do we dare of all Juveniles who are char
operate and several men who very thoughtful one. He Is chauf. morning from Trimty-by-the-Co\e kindergartenand Bonita doubt ged with anything of a serious
have been good enough to offer faring the Johnson's to Quitman, Starlings To U.S. nature.
is ready to enter the first grade in the fall. I believe I have already introduced -
their time free to give us a pro. Ga. this weekend. They will vis.
tectlon we need, unless we know It with, Doc '.brother who has been Started Something The me, from left first row seated, Susan Vega, NewsBy Pill and Da rbara Tuck, IIEADING NORTH

they are needed. In 111 health lately. David riuood Ricky Hendrix, Alexis Smith, Doug the owner-managers of Naples
The Tucks
WASHINGTON AP-In 1890 are leaving
( Boynton, Burke Miller Doug Sitta second Land Yacht Harbor, but allow
Mr. and Mrs L.E DeJarnette a lover of Shakespeare Introduced ; row Friday for Livonia, Mich.
kneeling Robbie Anslow Morris me to go a bit farther and explain -
Who can't of Naples Manor will leave MotC starlings to these shores Doug David RAE WEAR where they will visit Hill's
says you grow pea
ches In South Florida. Last yearwe day for Kentucky and plan to spend I He released 60 pairs In New Smith, Dan Tucker, Mark DeVoe ; back row, Mrs. Ann Bustx-e was weU that Dill Is a bit like mother, who has Just returned

planted a small peach tree In the summer there. York's Central Park as part of Kathy Paul)', Andy Kenfroe, Susan Lynch, Tammy coined as a now member of me, In that he believes If you from a trip to Europe. They

our back yard. Got It from a local Mrs. Emma Jones of Washing. his crusade to bring to Amerl- Frank, Susan Edgell, Lorraine Lynch, Terry Neumann the American Legion John Mur. have anything nice to say about expect: to be away until the mid-
ton Avenue has been entertaining ca all birds mentioned In the anyone, tell 'em while they can
No. 303 as
nursery. Back In January every Karen Neumann, and Kathy Collins. phy Pool Auxiliary dle of July. While they are
company from Bluffton, nd",this bard's hear It! and It.
works. In enjoy
leaf fell off and we were sure It (NEWS photo) they mot Wednesday night and William
was dying, but decided to leave week. Since then, they have multi. the Login Hume just off the So when he stopped me the gone, Mr, Mrs.
Mrs. Fred Redenbaugh and plied and multiplied. Now a "" Beach Road. other tell had )Decker of Sarasota will manage -
the thin bare trunk stand for awhile gov. day, to time! they
In case It changed Its mind. Grandson Kirby paid a visit t o ernment bird expert says the Guests present were Mes. missed me while we were on the park. Sure did hateto
Erickson Stone
Then one morning this spring we Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Myers of nation's. starling population ex. dames; Ri>dm>yGraU'rR.J. Frederic our vacation I couKln't Just hear that Ron and Mildred

looked out and the tree was burst. Washington Avenue this week. ceeds 500 million ,--, -,-- *, Carman Seward, Virginia say, "Gee' thanks," and let It Llphart are leaving us to make
Ing with lovely pink blossoms. We had a surprise visit Sat. The expert, Walter W. Dyk. Morgan, M Rl'ahardlIolenChap. at that I had to "110- their home In West Palm
Yesterday I picked the first fruit urday from a cousin of Hubby's stra, a research staff specialist man and Odtlla Markoff. A go say", teach, Fla. Good luck you
whom we hadn't seen for a couple of the Bureau of nest Dill cote? With
Fisheriesand followed the
Sport huusewares party
of There often ok
our peack crop are eight two, come visit us ?
others still on the tree and their or three years. I was aware Wildlife, said the nocks of meeting, the profit from this that, he called my attention I realize we shouldn't ever
cheeks are turning a lovely deep that between his family and mine starlings have brought protests project helping to swell the nag all the Spanish: bayonet plants mention the word "mosquito"
pink. After carrying the one we have relatives In almost every from farmers anon cattlemen Fund. he and Eddie had pla led. It ,
city and hamlet In the state but but tell me, where In heck are
around all day to show friends across the nation. President Marlon Gulder appointed seems while they were haulIng -
Hubby and I cut the one peach to their visit left me saying "it's The reason) Starlings adore r' tr Mrs. Adls Kappa and them In, the cactus kept all the pesky thing coming

sample U. We both agreed! we'd a small world". It turned out fruit crops, such as cherries and Mrs. Elsie: Werner to audit the falling off the truck, and he just from, and what happened to the

never tasted better flavor In a the cousin's wife Is related to grapes. And they like to eat auxiliary bake.Volunteers knew If I had been here | would control spray we voted In quite

peach, but then we could be many Naples area residents. Her and contaminate feed put out were recruited for have helped him out by riding some time ago. Why couldn'twe
prejudiced grandfather was a Wlggln's, the In feedlots to fatten cattle for the forthcoming T-Done steak din. have an overall aerialspray
on of the load to hold them
the at Bonlta is named top
one pass market. ner at the Legion home on June
Charlie Watson who lives on while they are so bad
for. on. I still say I like- a man
The annual to 7th.
Jackson Avenue few damage agricultural Remember, reservation
was a years The folks here are still en-
alone Is estimated muM be In June 2nd to be honest,but hoitestly.SOMC
back a regular at the fishing pier. crops by ; admit potluck
Charlie's been ailing for quitea HARMONY SHORES NEWSI by Dykstra at $40.$50 million slim will be by ticket only, $1.50 MEN-, Joying suppers every
In the recreation
while now and can't make It to understand the owners of The federal government Is also for adults and 75: tents fur child. Saturday
the pier. lie Is able to have vlsl. Harmony Shores are making upset because of the expense of ren under twelve. GOLFING FUN Hope we cangothisweek'causewe

tos now and I'm sure he wouldbe some Improvements at the Shores keeping clean the buildings used 1' Mrs. Mary Reahard report We all had a big laugh today enjoy the good food and

pleased to see some of his old this summer, but I'll tell you by large starling flocks as rest. tt ed on her attendance at the Loan when we went In to brunch friendly atmosphere with the

fishing buddies again. more a little later as progressIs ing places. Closet meeting In Fort Myers. as Juanlta came out with both gang.
Harry Constance Washington made. Last Christmas, a bird count. s The Puppy Day chairman, Mrs. ears stuffed with cotton It Newel and VI CornLsh( entertained -

Avenue has left his East Naples Henry Cox and Clifford Libby er reported 16,500 nestled along w.ery 'Vk 1 Jo Ann Youngblood, reported was like old home week today Mr, and Mrs. Harry
and their guest, E.W. Knudsen, the ledges and roof of Just one more than $100 I raised on the Danbury of Fort Myers Tues
hotel the Willard. sale on the golf course, and friend
left Sunday for their home In Washington JaM Saturday.
with In their
1,500 Present AtDentists' Portland,' Maine. Knudsen pur. It has since been wired to ,i hubby now agrees, the game day a fishing" trip
boat II.
chased a trailer home In Harmony give birds that come too close 7 POST OFFICE can make strong men weep, "Gypsy
MeetingThe Shores and will return In the fall. an electric shock. This Is considered tiw The recent petition relative and as for the gals, well this Wasn't that a wonderful rain?

81st Annual Session of the Mr. and Mrs. John Luellen left the most effective way A to seeking an Investigation Into one believes that all's" fair In Wonder If John Stump and the

Florida State Dental Society ad. this week for Splceland, Ind., Mr. to keep them off building but t n. Mir local Post Office .facilityand war and golf, soooo-when! Ken church gang had another plci'!,

journedednesdajratThsAmorl.. and Mrs. Iryln Hunt for Cleveland since only 100 of the 10,000 federal : lo which more than twelve laughed at a SO foot driveI I nlc?

tan; Hotel, Bal Harbour. N.Y., and Charles Johnsonfor buildings are wired, hundred names were attached made, then_ made. a .beaut llul_ -----
More than 1500 Florida dentistsand Pittsburgh, Pa. They all planto shocked starlings usually don't has been sent to and aiknowled. drive then acted
their guests benefitted froman return to Harmony Shores In have to go farther than the next ged) by the Postmaster General, as though It Jackie AttendslIemoriallfass
kjff was his usual and then
array nationally.recognized the fall. ledge. John A. Gronnubkl, as well a* play.,
speakers, essayists and clinl- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adcock are But such installations are ex. jj by C.D Gladden, regional dl. sank a 20-foot putt-

clans, each selected for his professional spending a couple weeks In their pensive. All kinds of other tricks rector In Atlanta, Ga.; and our Well sir, 1 Just happened to For Husband
specialization,whop resented mobile home at the Shores and have been tried. Representative Paul G. Rogers, nave my 3-lron In my hand and

a program' designed to en. along with their guests, Mr. and There Is one new hope I Dyk. Senator George A.lintathers,anti the next thing I knew that darned WASHINGTON (AP) Mrs.

courage the improvement of the Mrs. ILL Cusley, are enjoyingthe stra says a chemical la being --- Senator Spessard| L. Holland. Iron was heading right In John F, Kennedy attended a
health of the public and to pro. fishing and the good lucktheyare developed to sterilize starlingsat JEAN MARIE ERICKSON In each Instance It was staled his direction. Now he may high memorial Mass for her
mote the art and science of den. having with same. their winter roosting sites that Immediate action would betaken not be too fast on his feet husband today and heard him

tlst ry. Mr. and Mrs J.L. Butler of and field tests are under way. Lt. Col. (retired) and Mrs./\ Richard A. Erickson Into this matter. This ac. but ho touched the ground with eulogized aa "one who typified
At the closing general business Lake Kelly Trailer Park had a* "But," he added, "it will be tlon was endorsed by Dr. Rus. his hands that there the dignity of man In terms all
session Dr. E, Monroe Farberof their guests last weekend, Mr. some years before the methodcan of 1 1330 Sandpiper,:: Street announce the engagement sell E. Grant, president of the club Just as men could understand and ad.
Delray Beach was Installed as and Mrs. Frank Auert of Key be put to large-scale use." of their daughter, Jean Marie to Eliot W. first National Dank of Donlta went on Its way to a watery mire"

president of the Society. Other West. Springs. Doth Swain and grave Now I'm out my Later she visited his grave,
William B. Stone 1387
Stone of Mr and Mrs.
son ,
HI3 and Ken
officers Installed by the Imme.dlate Mr. and Mrs. Pete Grant expressed a hope' In their trusty lutllliaugh- Bishop, Phillip ILinnan gave
Wetzel DoesBy
Past.Preildent, Dr. Rich. live at Lake Kelly Trailer Park who Naples Marlin Drive. letters, that this situation could hug There has to be a moralto his glowing valuation of the

end Chase of Orlando, were left this week to spend the sum. Sue Relchert Miss Erickson was graduated from Naples be corrected before the dawn this story but I abet found late president on what would
Dr. Louis J. Atkins, Blounts. of another season. It Ml now, One I do 47th In
been hit birthday
In their school thing have ,
mer northern last for
J.Leon home. Our project Senior High School after attending school in Macon,
town, presldent.elect Dr. Mrs. SamPatterson, who Is a Is a carwash which will be want to make clear, here and a service at 'Jt. Matthews Roman .
Schwartz, Tampa, first vlce-pre- first grade teacher at Shadow. held Saturday, May 30, at the Ga., and has just been graduated from the Braden. BEACH PARTY now isl only get violent streaks Catholic cathedral.Mrs. .

silent; Dr. Harold B.second Pattlshall vice., lawn, will be honored by her class Naples' EAso Station next to Tro. ton Beauty Academy, Monday, June I, at Posits like this every 10 years or so, Kennedy, veiled and
jr., Jacksonville, this morning. Mrs Paterson who plcst" ItNrlll be from lOeOO'tll Reach, members of the local WOoman'l It's funny what will see wearing a black tailored suit,
and you
Eliot W
and Dr. Robert F. Stone is the grandson of Mr. Mn
president, Club will have the first of entered (the church and walkedto
is also and $2.00
celebrating her car when
birthday 6:00 $1.50 per you don't have a eh?
Vason, Mount Dora, secretary. today Is being honored as "Won. per truck. Free pickup and de. Sto-'S:! cf Naples and Mrs, Lester A Williams of their summer teach partlel,with 1 was riding bike gun down a a front pew with her daugh.

derful Neighbor on the Gulf". lIveryl Just call Ml 2-3923. Guilford, Conn He attended school in Guilford, eats beginning at twelve, swim Pier when I thought my I saw a ter Caroline, her brother.m.law,
"Trie DEPUTY"NEW This wtlfbe the last day teaching This will be my last article ming mid a recreation program to Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy
Conn. and from Naples Senior jack rabbit poke his long ears
YORK (APBroadwiy'acontroversial In Naples schools for Mrs.Patter for this year. I want to expressmy was graduated follow. and his wife.Worahlprs.
I drama "The i eon whose husband Sam Is retiring best wishes to all the grad. High School with the class of 1962, He Is at A cook-out at the home of up out of the hedge' It turned | and members of

Deputy" has turned out to be I I from the Florida Forestry uatlng seniors and hope you have Technical Institute In Charles and Beatrice Murray out to be tiny rbara Tuck the diplomatic corps nearly
Service. to present attending Massey last Sunday honored the birthdays with a long pair of shears filled the cathedral as the cler.
one of the season's strongestbox '< They will be leaving a the best of luck In the year
office bets. !few days to take up residence in come. Jacksonville where the couple plan to make their of William Volght and Char, most as big as she was. Hope gy entered to the rains of one

The play has been playing to I their Belle Glade home. Best We will have summer meeting home after a wedding in Naples In September lei Murray The Murrays left U-all will excuse me If I go of the late president's favorite

capacity since it opened at the'wishes go with the Patterson's July 6th and if any members are "* Tuesday to attend the graduation watch Walt Disney now. (Say hymnal "Faith of Our Fathers
Atkinson Theater and has put :from all their friends and neigh. here in town please come,we want of their grandson, and a few just had a happy thought, maybe Living Still."
tickets on sale through Dec, 31. I bora. to discuss next year's schedule. day. later his wedding that lake will dry and I Before\ celebrating the Maaa,
Pianist To Mr. and Mrs. Eric Stoarker up Bishop llannan said It was fit.
Naples Appear and daughter Uorothy, and the can get my club back, huh?) ting to remember a birthday

Dachshund "Peter Willie"visit. "while we mourn the absence of
r-- ed with Mrs. Mythe!; MrLaugUIn NEXT DAY his vibrant personality. For with

With Fort Myers SymphonyDr. and her .Ister,Mrs.Violet Sweeney Monday evening same time, st. Paul we know that 'If we die
In Rio Vista Estates on the same place Had some mall In Christ we believe also that we

Imperial River, this past week. today, a letter from a nephew sh..Ul1ve In Christ. "
x.f David G. Robinson was re. pups conr erlS sponsored by thleard, a form. who !1s with the Navy Medical He said that "although Presl.
Chamber, of Commerce In th elected president of the board "t Unit, In Naples, Italy After
directors of the Fort MyeraSym. band shell. Admission will c"ltly! Estero, has again return. telling of just returning from of a superiority of vlr.tue .
free.In. ed to Bonlta and taken up resl his life evidence or
Orchestra for the! 1964.63: gave
phony Cyprus and of how nice Naples -
January the Woodwind Quln
dente on Pullen Avenue. auih.
at Board meeting Tuesday
season a
Is this time of
r let of the Ohio State Unlverslt;y at year
In North Fort
9A Federal night Savings the and Loan Myers build. Symphony Orchestra will array I. "GET WELL" he ends his letter with these DOUBLE STAKE

for a concert at Cape Coral an d 'Get well" to Hill Vim'ek,who words, "Thank God 1 was NEW YORK (AP) David

Ing.Other officers elected were: presentations at schools In Sanl'- .ustalned, a back Injury In a re. lucky enough, to be born an Cofin I It taking double Interestin

A Dr. Fred J. Dettman, first vice. bel-Captlva, Naples, puntaCord;a cent fall while painting his home American," Also a card from the pisywTiting cuter of Neil

,4 d dP de president, Mrs Sam P. Watkins, and Fort Myers. on Hickory Boulevard, and I.n Is Toby and Mac Llnvllle mail- Simon.

in, second Vice president Mrs. Four presentations have bee under treatment at the Naples ed from Kentucky. COlan owns Broadway' Bill-
scheduled for Lehigh Acres, In 4 Community IbspilalAlsotoMn. more Theater where Simon'
Herbert L. Johnson, recording The many friends of Ray hit
secretary; and Raymond Bundy, eluding concerts b)' the Unlverslly '. Mildred Bullar who broke her and Mllle Williams will' he sorry comedy, "Barefoot in the Park,.
treasurer. Willard Boyce wasre. of Eolith HorldaSlrlngQuar'. arm a week ago, yes her right Is' berthed COlIn is also a talent
to hear that Ray Is In the
appointed business manager. let and cellist Ingua Naxuns done, ; and to Mrs. Alma Whl'lden I lent who recently added Simon
Arlo Deibler,musJ.al dlr.ctor, the University of Miami. "Ca i* who had her right thumb In a hospital at Gainesville, and U to hn list of clients.

presented the ten>tIve programfor Valeria Ruatlcana" and the concert i- cast due to a car door acrlden -
the coming season for Board featuring Ed Vito also wll'1 To all, we home It won't be lonr.
y approval. The orchestra will be preformed.In The Trevor Gerries have clo.
pre. addliKlon to the Ohio Stat -- NAPLES 1 1New
sent four concerts at the fort Quintet, Cape Coral will havethUniversity
Myers Senior High school, open Pullen Avenue and returned fog MIAMI
Ing with Hayden's "Creation"on ofSoufhFlorldaStrlni the summer to Warroad, Mum
quartet, celllftt NUIUlI and
Tlbol r
December 12th. Intension,
ally known harpist Ed Vito VuMl, Miami pianist Drive Carefully And Live
Hayden's "Creation" Year Round Schedule
will be guest soloist at a Rachmaninoff and th IIJ Daily
concert also
concert on January Z3rd.Rachmaninoff' .
be presented at Naples Prtoncert Naples To Miami
"SymphonyNo. lectures will be ; For the Grid .
2 In E Minor" will be pre. given ai 7,45AM. 11,30AM. 3.45 P'JW.
s i Edison Junior College/ before ..
sented on February 27th, featur. ,
PRETTY AS A PICTURE Two entrant in the "MiM Florida World" Ing pianist George Baker, for. i The' ti major Board concert.of SWANK Miami To NapUs'

beauty contest, June 18-20 at Cape Coral are Lynda Lee Wick (left), 18- merly of Florida State unlver. to extend $25 I'holarahlplto.nm Directors vA eel Billfolds 900AM. 2.15PM. 5:00: P oM.

)'euold coed from Ft Walton Beach and Dottie Newell. 18-year-old Welt sltynow teaching In Naplea.The Hlnman, piano and trombone tu, Pocket Secretary
Palm Beach student who will graduate from Palm Beach High School next lamb concert with season a will end April dent, and Jill Burns, clarinet C***.rtiM sad ReMrvaUmu to tmj petal !. tile .e,14

month. Ctrl from throughout the lUte will compete in the "Mlw Flori full-scale tentatively opera, "Cavallerta scheduled student, toward their attend Ulct JOHN'SCLOTHING NAPLES AIRLINES

da World" pageant at the million-dollar Cape Coral Yacht and Racquet Rusticana." 11 the summer music camp In ,

Club ; prelude to the fLu USA and Mice World spectacles later thia Tallahassee They also this voted summer.to Nudes Alr..rtMl C- 3 MLri ,, t!

year Winner of the Cape Coral event will receive numerous prize, (including The Orchestra also will make FI"rlda Arts council, a Join the 1-J4S4 Na ,. j

_ an all-expense paid trip to Detroit, Aug. 22-29, for the Miss USA some 31 other present at Ions dur. 11 moth g the arts and art group fes.ti H Mile Il .< few Cnwn Dt1Kk.tt cities Naples Travel Age**? *-t 4 I
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NtUf ", I .i"e. : GOP Faces Dollar Drought

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o 4' 'Fat Cats' Hedge
: As Party
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FRIDAY. MAY 29. 1964 "

I :- i.. \ -.fi Washington Correspondent

I J2 Newspaper Enterprise Assn.
Memorial 1964 ,
Day :-:' ."
who know what
WASHINGTON: _(NBA-Republicansi( they
Memorial Day Is squarely In the One cannot conceive of a year in .. : !\. : are talking about fear that this may be one of the worst

American tradition. More than that It .. >I money-raising years in the party's history.
which there would be no Memorial Day. r l' : rustled funds for a long
In who has stringof
the of one
1 Is a reflection of the American character.We For it is the privilege of the living to ;' campaigns view there Is one overriding reason:

are a sentimental people. And honor those who are gone 4 r '1 : ; Many Republican "fat cats" simply are not willing to

that, most certainly, Is nothing to be General John A Logan inaugurated ran bet be their beaten bankrolls next November: that President And some Lyndon, whatever B. Johnson their

ashamed of It Is a source of kindness, the first official observance of Memorial Iii ( 1 public stance, are not particularly eager to see him de.

of consideration for others, of the com Day In '1868 with this pledge; "If other ,', feated. lie I is the most "comfortable Democrat they

that from the dull and other hands shake t! hue had around In a long time.
passion distinguishes us eyes grow Party fund-raising veterans think they already observe

lower animals and other hearts grow cold in the solemn .\ :!l signs of a severe 1964 dollar drought. They believe that by

And Memorial Day represents a special trust, ours shall keep it well so long as V1r\J1\ .'-'. midsummer the full weight of the problem will be upon

end wholly admirable form of sentiment the light of warmth, tha warmth of life, them.

When we place our flowers on remain to us." SEN. BARRY GOLDWATER has had money difficulties in

graves, In sadness and in pride, thereIs Memorial Day will be observed here :, his campaign for the nomination but some party men have

an uplifting of the We with services at Naples Memorial Gar srught to explain this on the ground that some contributors
spirit. are
pay- Co: not want to kick In twice in the same year. Others say
Ing tribute to the virtues and dearnessof dens tomorrow, May 30, starting at 10.30a.m. : the senator's troubles are symptomatic of the general prospect

those who passed on before us. And, Military and civic leaders will participate .
to meet the 1964 GOP
If. as expected Johnson declines
even If we do not visit a cemetery, we In the observance.We presidential nominee In a series of televised debates

remember, and In that way the dead takeon urge all Collier Countians to at Republican financial matters could take an even grimmerturn.

a form of new life. tend. The party's choice would lose a large amount of
free television time coast to coast. And he may be needIng .

all the exposure he can get.

. Those who are worrying over the prospective money crisis
Some Congratulations Are In Order doubt that It can be exaggerated. They believe everybody in

the party should be fretting over it.
a far less desirable place without the con- Generally, it can be said that the worriers are not In the

The annual Chamber of Commerce tributions of these seven people. camp of New York Gov Nelson Rockefeller. But most feel

meeting last night at the Beach Club that the wealthy governor is the one man who, as nominee,
However, it had to some extent been could see to it that the 1964 campaign bills will be paid.

Hotel, which was thoroughly enjoyed by overlooked that the News' award alsoIs The judgment is that fund-raising would be hardest if the

the nearly 200 present, gives us the Intended for citizens who have con- GOP nominee is either Goldwater or Richard Nixon.

pleasure of extending,' congratulations to tributed outstanding but perhaps less .. H ........w.. ..... .__.... _"_.N.... '..Ah._ _..m.. .. .m.............. ... .. .... _
r ONE: OF THE IRONIES In this situation is that in a number -
several citizens who certainly are entitledto spectacular, service to the communityover {I; 1 ': L :.:.< of key states men who HAVE contributed to Goldwater's

them. number of The committee'sdecision nomination fight may apply maximum pressure on delegatesto
a years. I put Barry over quickly) at San Francisco.One .
Mrs. Mamie Tooke, selected by a to honor Mamie Tooke for a The of TheWorld midwestern leader guesses that In his state such
special Chamber of Commerce committeeto vast accumulation of services over the BoyleBY pressure might be worth 20 first ballot votes to Gold-

receive the Collier County News "Out- TodayBy water. Says he: "If the money men are tough enough:
'14 be
past years seems to eminently justified. HAL BOYLENEW they could get those added votes."
standing Citizen Award in Joirct" Marlowe
our opinion
In at least two nearby states the story is similar. The party

is highly deserving of the recognition, as It has been this writer's pleasure to Associated Press power setup differs, but the pro-Goldwater contributors
feel for 20
you're good
YORK (AP) One of per nevertheless hold a
well congratulations. As mat commanding place.
as warm a work closely with Mrs. Tooke on many life's little ordeals Is the cus. cent.Those WASHINGTON (AP) Time More than a few of these mindful of their stake in the
ter of fact, it seemed to be the opinionof the of tom of tipping. In the know say thai: wields a slow ax on the leaders senator exhibited considerable
projects over period years In. anger when asked about his
There time when the most generous tippers are 1, of the world the death thinand
that the Is long was a the as recent defeat In the
many recognition Oregon primary at Rockefeller'hands..
volved. We can give positive assurance giving of a tip was simply a professional comedians I I week of India's Prime Minister It Is
overdue and but with conceivable then that money may talk strongly in
we cannot agree gracious gesture to reward good racetrack winners Nehru at 74 showed. He had
that no citizen of this community has the final delegate push for Barry at or before the convention.
them. service. That was when the The poorest tippers are sup.1, been India's No. 1 man for 17
given more generously and effectively of again what haunts some experienced Republicans to-
to be baseball
posed players ,,
word tip was supposed to mean years.
During the '14 this writer has day is the prospect that when the real
years ., election show begins
self.made millionaires and vis.Itors
time and effort than she has. "to Insure promptness. > The average age of 12 of them the
resided in Naples, Mrs. Tooke has beena May we also offer congratulationsto Today a more likely meaning from small towns in the'' is 68 but most are over 70. Only the GOP crackle side of of crisp the currency line. will be heard all too little on

willing and diligent worker for all Is "to Insure survival. If you South or Midwest who are said two are under 60; President
President Milton Link and other new don't tip, you don't get anything to tip only on the second 1 Johnson, 55, and the presidentof
worthwhile In the
community projects. officers and directors of the Greater done. You are subject to sabo- Wednesday of any week. the United Arab Republic,

past seven years, some recipients of the Naples Chamber of Commerce and wish tage. The tip today Is often nota Carnal Abdel Nasser, 46. FUNNY BUSINESS
award have been honored for a bounty but a kind of forced InWashington It's their tenacity that lUcks
spec- them good luck In the excellent pro- tribute, a bribe to avoid un- Today out, for a majority of the 12 ,., ,,:,, <';$'-
tacular contribution the -?
to community gram they have evolved for the trade pleasantness. were either in a leadership post
during the year In: which they were selected Tipping has become a field of tlon during World War II or 1
by the votes of Chamber of Commerce group this year. We feel we can speakfor such Importance that the gov. Br Th. close to the center of power at i NL 0l7

all Neapolitans In offering thanks to ernmenl should consider regu. ASSOCIATEDPRESS that time. J -
members. Each of the seven previous retiring President Powell end those who lating, it, to>> bring some kind of So It's no wonder If the world 1)) C3
order out 'o stems to have been rocking _.
recipients'of'the award were, wa : the present chaoS;,
worked so closely with him to give the whom 10 up 7Formerly WASHINGTON AP-In ''the along on the same road for
? deserving
car assure you, highly of the years or that often what hap.
Chamber a productive and satisfactory one generally tippedonly I news from Washington:
recognition. The community would be> of this waiters bellhops, shoe, FALLOUT STANDARDS: Six pens seems like a rerun of what
program progress past year. shine boys and may be the bar.bar. *1 federal agencies are working to happened or was said before.

You could go for days or set guidelines on when counter. True the three giants of the
even weeks without tipping: any 1 measures would be necessary to wartime days are gone from the
one at clhThose counter radioactive fallout. scene. Franklin D. Rooseveltand
:others. simple days Josef Stalin, both dead, and
aY ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS are lonecone. cine The amounts guidelines of would fallout be which spe. Winston Churchill who stepped

Now at times the world seems would be considered high down as Britain's prime minis
a forest of outstretched waiting; enough for the government to ter In 1955. He was 80 then and

palms. You tip the janitor the Institute such steps as condem. showing Ms age.
mailman the window But since the war only the
washer nation of food supplies contam.
the television the United States and Britain and '
repairman Inated by radioactive materials.
fortune teller the theater ticket for a while France, changed 1'
FLAG DAY: Proclamlng leaders yy" : ", ,,,
broker, the grocery boy, your June 14 as Flag Day, President regularly or frequently.
hospital nurse, your favorite Johnson called on Americans This country has had four
If.Mell' bartender the butcher the bak. Thursday to rededicate them. presidents since Roosevelt Britain .
er and the candlestick maker. selves "to the principles that has had five prime minis

A safe rule of thumb to follow our flag symbolizes-equality, ters. Including Churchill since
In fact. Is to tip everybodyyou justice and liberty. he led Britain In the war. Until

come Into contact with except AIR POLLUTION A Senate President Charles de Gaulle
: "Boy, have we got a basketball '"
took French player this !
your boss, employes of the subcommittee plans public hear. government year
Internal Revenue Service, generals Ings next month on air pollution changes looked like a flapjack

in the Army or Air Force from auto and truck engines Jet contest 2'lireNATIONAL
and admirals.How aircraft rockets and Industrial Konrad Adenauer was West
much to tip? plants. Germany's chancellor from 1949
This problem worries more Announcing the hearings until, at 87, last year he stepped OUTLOOK

II trl people than the International Thursday Sen. Edmund S. Mus. down and Ludwig Erhard, now

r crisis. A 10 per cent tip on a kit, D-Malne said representatives 07, succeeded him.
Here the rest of 12 Stormy or Generally Fair?
restaurant bill used to be com. from the automobile Indus. are the ,
I t e Ill / / pletely satisfactory. Then It try and manufacturers of de. leaders with their age and the By GEORGE HACEDORN
1 o Pp crept up to 15 per cent. Now vices to control automotive ex. time they have been In control,
some waiters will spill soup haust would lead off at the hear. even though they haven't alwayshad

/ ill it nl down--your--back........,unless.'\'!, '" ..,...they. Ings,..scheduled"- to begin- ..June 16. Russian the same Premier titles:Nlkita Khru.shchev Last week we discussed In At the opposite pole there is
Il '.- .'... F 70 this space the question of when I a school of extreme
aeHamra .. f./ \ \ 'I .. since 1958, but the''the next business downturn optimistswho
boss-man before that. He was believe that we will have,
1EtIIi O r T.R I p..5H Li one of the right-hand men of: will begin.But more Important ''I between now and 1975, the
: i : AIAMODE ITCH70PICAL Stalin who died in 1933. than "when" Is the question of greatest business boom in his
Bl Mlur it
De Gaulle 73 since a minor tory. Population and
HARD 1959. He growth
at nlgkPWhy
You set the mn la the morning and the moos temporary readjustment or are
!-4AT..Moe.. led the free French during the family formation will be rapid
we In for a major setback that
ACROSS 24. Goddess. and ample
war and was president for 18 money and credit
.. t RAT o. 0 '
Pick Teacher? could plague us for a prolonged will
on Handles Let months after it. Then he went be provided for meeting
26. Correlative A 11 A. l R I n E w C period? the
clumsily Into retirement until the 1950's. resultlntj needs. The new
In the MpUemle world, the phrase Is mouth observed recently *A man who 5. Conical of nelth" GAL A C. R E D E. w Nationalist China's President This writer recently listenedto emphasis In federal fiscal pol-

publish or perW-meaning that a manage to>> teach only one course la man ofthread 211. Dogmatist 0 'vi L. C H E. LA.. Chiang Kai-shek, 70, the head. a discussion of the business icy on tax cuts, rather than
college profeisor Is likely to be Judgedby three year ba Arrived. U. Work unit .. E r T ... 1'1 A R S man of China from 1928 until In' outlook by group of top-flight spending Increases will buoy
books and But we still need great teacher; 8. Wand 35. Drown 5 E GO. HAL I 8 V T 1949 the Red Chinese drove him Industrial economists. He began up business confidence. The
the number of scholarly scholarship without the mean of conveying 11 Project opal IeEx ExCCUTE to Formosa. There he set up to wish he had taken up economy has grown up to the
article be can put his name to. Wood. it from one generation to the 12 Sandy 37. Fume BOD shop, still considering himself some easy field of study like productive capacity created In
Y 'vi [ D TAM
row Wilson Bare; 41-year-old grandson next is sterile. It would be tragic If the 14. Highway 39. Posed president of all China. higher mathmatlcs, Instead of the 1950's and there will be a

of his presidential namesake, is a "publish or perish" dictum drove a manlike 15. Amtr. 40. Plkdlke SOLUTION OF TISmOAY'S PUZZll Mao.Tze. ung, 70, leader of the economics with all its doubts new boom In capital spending.

vigorous, talkative man, a mountain Woody Sayre; from his calling, or sonib1rd alh Chinese Communists since:: 1927 and complexities.The Although setbacks may occur
climber of tome fame (Life March 22, if academic stuffiness ruled eccentricity 16. Acacia U. Nickname 48. Uebr. 6. .lads and, although now he doesn't views of this group, and from time to time they will be
1B63)), a musician, a one-time candidatefor out of bounds. When It has no room for wood chat n. Site of the measure speeches: have a government title, he Is of other knowledgeable people brief and mlld.
Contreu and an suiitant professor a maverick the campus will be la sorry 17. Wager TaJ M.hal DOWN 7 Corral still Mr. Big on the mainland. whose opinions have appeared This column's own view? We
ship indeed.-Ltte 18. Chinese U. Amber fish 1. Sea robber 8. .btronlut'swu Spain's Generalissimo Fran. would not
who>> teaches philosophy at Tufts Unlveriity recently In print, range from place ourselves at
In Medford, M.... He has also 45. Make a 2. Worships word Cisco Franco 71, the boss of extreme optimism to extreme either end of this spectrum
become, willy-nilly a classic exampleof Redefined 19. See-aswed mistake 3. Enrva" 9. Doge Spain since 1937. pessimism. We will try here to but notcat the exact center
the Injunction quoted above. Despitea The Dropout 22. Beam 46. Compass 4 Unhappy medal Portugal's Prime Minister An. summarize briefly these two Say halfway between
good six-year teaching record Seat 23 Anton point S. Pun'ey 10. Disorder: tonlo Salazar, a 70>year.old die. extremes, recognizing that no the center! and the optimistic
Dropout" is getting to be a bad word, aisves 1 41. Babe food dial.1 In control '
would tator. since 1932.
fall he got word that his contract one Individual\ would agree v'ewThf economy will grow In
U. Slater
not be renewed "We are satisfied that an explttlv a* crushing a* "teen-"er.- Yugoslavia's President Mar. that either description does ten years at somewhere -

you have been effective id the cI...- its coinage debased by Ul-usag School t J 4 ,. S c ,,. p 1-IA r /0 20.17 Broom shal Tito 72, leader of the Yugo. Justice to his own opinions. around the historical
room," said the letter from a dean but dropout, la this currency, are shiftless, :1 .DI' casino slew against the Germans In rate, which Isn't bad when you
"we are frankly.. dUappolnted that the prldelea youngsters, perversely opposed II ,1 IJ \ccount World War D and in charge Divergent Views think of It. Recessions will
promise of scholarly contribution bas entry from then until now occur from time
I to time but
to sn education, probably of weak mentality 25.B1lct ,
not materialized. 14 IS Indonesia's President Sukar. The extreme pessimists believe they will be distressing rather
and either Juvenile delinquent or "
A typical can? Not quite Woody to become It is 27 Barter no, 63, top man there since 1947. that disaster lies ahead than disastrous.
Sayr Is a maverick who happens to naturally heartening! to see active measure so. being u II 17 :jj 29 again flute Britain's Prime Minister Sir because we have been relying Of course, major mistakes In
have climbed most of the way up Mount Alec Douglas-Home, 61, in office on excessive expansion of national policy would
that cruel delusion, upset
taken to correct a*
H o al u 30 Genus of
Everest two years ago, clandestinely entering in a New York forum at which tome u.is sine he succeeded Harold Mac.rolllan credit to sustain prosperity. this relatively rosy forecast
Tibet in the process, and to have In 1963. We have had an Inflation In even the most optimistic
100 children gave their own view z. IS 31. lIebr. ; economists
written a btst-selllng book about it. He : recent years,although ithasn'texpressed recognize
t Boy and girl do oof. much drop ''A71f10'hou.dtold But the mistakes -
Is not Just teacher he is by Itself in .
sn adequate ; rising commodity we have
x I' 1' II I' Jf C nude so far In
whose out of school a* they are discouragedout : fi .- ; ,' rod
all prices.
accounts one The
a truly Inspiring situation the post-war }
case is iickH by lib students and the by parent who discrimination don't care, Intimidated bored Ja J1 ;; IS 4 32. Obliterate Class of Beer according to proponent of though they have Period been serious have
racial 33.
Mural of
out by
bead crhl department. -- this view, begins to look ominously not as yet made
The Ideal has been stated by the respected out by failure of teachers to rouse their 11 ... .. 'If' Rex In Birmingham England like 1929. credit expansion disaster in.vltable.
.V --
president of Tufts Nils Wet- interest sometime even pushed out by H "'" u. Paining of a SI'year-old woman was can't co on forever at this One other caveat
sell: Teaching! and research are not schools that don't want them either, the 4i 4& every day lire awarded a money prize for rate, and when it starts reversing have economic : even If we
mutually exclusive, not competitive, not seminar showed The problem of school 36. Daughter being a local pub's longest itself the process win looks good In all growth.waica
j antithetical. We should not choose dropout will be dealt with productively .4 I.J of Ants regular customer. It Is estimated be like a snowball rolling down. It will not be easyiifW'tm othwjcspecU' ,
between them. We choose them I not by heaping anathema upon It, but. l8. lap' cup that she downed hill It la not clear when the employment In"ffltfKafrir *,
I both."... The absence of teaching has by. treating the ills of a whole.society .4 :: f7 42. : and 53.290 pints of beer in the reversal will occur, but tat: present rate f TS* III
lII.vltlbl.-St. Loafs Pott bird un:
,become a status aymbol la the academic that make it last 73 years. longer It la delayed Uu worse But this to thft/nUkM. '
1 world"Professor John Kemcajr of Dart- Dispatch Por hlne 32 ", In. A' "'.."..._. .3. Dance It win be. future eaii"M*, npiW, wQtbt a


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Friday. May 29, 1 C4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5
Sandburg: Brando Has No

Desire To Go WEATHERBy Judy GarlandIs

Great Poet's Thoughts on Memorial Day Back To Stage THE ASSOCIATED High Low PRESS Pro Taken Off

HOLLYWOOD (AP) "No, I Albany, clear 61 45 Critical ListHONG
.- l1R 1Ci al HY ''1:1III: !uu< nnen to go back to the Albuquerque, clear 82 54
l.ine to plaHamlet or Atlanta, rain 89 99
an.thing' else," said MarlonBriiidn. Bismarck, clear 63 44 Garland was taken oft the crltl.
Bulk, cloudy 63 52 .22 cal list at a Hone Kong hospital
t .
!f. clear: 67 47
The Nebraska born actor es.t Boston
today, but the nature of the Illness .
.t.:.i .hd hlmnelf as a legend of Buffalo, cloudy 56 44 that put her In a coma for
I tl"> American th* t.r with ntiei Chicago, cloudy 60 46 more than 12 hours remained t
'4ia.e. r i 1.1"A Streetcar Named De..ire 'ClneiAMiV, >'body 62 40 .24 mystery.
vr- a e and tie 'Cleveland cloudy 56 38
That was In 1948 "She looks very much better
1 'Mnot returned to the stage Denver, cloudy 66 51 now," said American actor Mark
'I in I}, t'. Do indicated he'll neverC des Moines, cloudy 66 50 Iferron, her traveling compan.
", back Detroit, cloudy 64 41 Ion. lie added that she was
.' 'In the theater they expert Fairbanks, clear 89 42 now able to talk
a to freeee a erformjncei Fort Worth, clear 82 61 The singer collapsed Thursday
,,i |>U). It the same way night Helena, rain 53 45 .60 at her hotel and Herron rushed
nftor night for months-jears," Honolulu, cloudy 83 69 her to the hospital In a taxi I
4 he said '1 couldn't face" that :Indianapolis, cloudy 62 42Jacksonville while Typhoon Viola was hittingthe
at at iin, ." clear 95 72 Island city She was given
x So hit continues to cast his lot ,Juneau, clear 72 43 oxygen and other emergency
with films, and he las no apol. Kansas City, clear 70 52 treatment

l' IPS for his work Those who Los Angeles, clear 72: !54\ Iterron said Miss Garland, 41,
4 dv his conoid- Louisville, dear 66 44 .82:
aim he Is wasting was suffering from "over-**,
et. able talent will no dmiH' re. Memphis, clear 83 50 haustlon." Earlier one nurse
;(>w their charge after releaseof .Miami, cloud 81 73 .01 said the had a heart attack
I't. his next film, "A Bedtime 'Milwaukee, cloudy 56 39 while another In the same ward
Stora tttU, bawdy farce. Mpls..StP, cloudy 66 41 described the Illness as "polson.Ing. .
"Let 'em," the actor said un Sew i iernedlj. : Orleans, clear 92 69 ."
m.,' '. "They've been saj ::New York, cloudy 71 M The attending doctor refused
4 I ,i l that ever" since t did '()e. i iotre I Okla. City, cloudy 71 58 .08! to say anything about the nature
r i aa '." 'I Omaha, cloudy 64 SIPhiladelphia of the Illness.
Brando looking youthful In 4bitrh : cloudy 72 54 Ilerron denied rumors that
: haircut (tie turned 40 list :Phoenix, clear 90 55 Miss Garland had taken an overdose .
month), was In his richly' fur ::Pitt stun'(th, cloudy 62 40 of sleeping pills accidental.
n.shed: dressing room at Uitl-1 Ptlnd, Me.,clear 66 42 IV.

vorsal.? He talked about a van..ty :Ptlnd Ore, doudy 61 48 Miss Garland's sister, Site

tot) of matters, though not, perhis I Rapid City. doudy 62 43: Gumm Cathcart, 48, died In Las
his Richmond I cloudy 73 53 .23
request rivll rights or ,
I SANDBURG IN 1918, when "Cms" was written. Soon after, he was sent to Europe SANDBURG, IN 1961/ as he toured the Gettyiburg battle,, IlI'r.ot1JllHO. St.; Louis. clear 63: 44 .31 Men Vegas on, Nev.said Tuesday Judy had night not ,been but
as a Newspaper Enterprise Assn. correspondent. field for a lele>lslon program. Of "Bedtime Story" he said !Salt U. City, rain 61 41 .07 told.

he had a ball making It, :San Diego, clear 70 53:I "We will tell her when the doctor .
the off ian Fran., cloudy 64 53
especially In company advises us so," he said
8y ROBERT COCIINAR was shortly before he left for David Nlvcn. lie saw the first !;Seattle, cloudy 67 48 It was: not known whether
Europe to cover the postwar cut and thought It funny, but Tamps, clear 88 74 Miss Garland had been Informed
Newspaper Enterprise Assn. GrassBy period and the rise of commu' considered the final version not''Washington, cloudy 72 53 of the death

Because he is a poet, Carl nism for the Newspaper En, o-"Well, you can't win thorn1'Vlnnlpeg M clear 61 31 ll Hollywood, Miss Garland's
CARL SANDBURG all he KhruRged. ( )
Sandburg can draw from the terprise Assn. press agent. Guy McEIwalne
said she had been In the coma
world little things-and big Pile the bodies high at Austerlitz and Waterloo. "I wrote the poem" he
things-and make them : iRadio fur more than 12 hours but he
sharp, powerful, vivid. Shovel them under and let me work- adds "because I wanted people TV did not know the nature of the
I am the grass; I cover' all. to remember war and its Ii ailment
Because he (is
a man. a
"We're In the dark
ss much
rough-hewn product of the And pile them high at GettysburgAnd horror And I wouldn't changea "
1932: 1936 and ss anyone, McClwalne said
I9CO have M.I
Middle West and of the line of it I think its
a part now.
them and Verdun. Miss Garland arrived In
pile high at Ypres AP Television Radio Writer come an ac<'e|>ied though occs. Hong
American with Americans people and, he can talk Shovel them under and let me work. thoughts are still appropriate NEW YORK AP-NBC has! slonal part of television" pro. Kong Saturday after a stormy
for them
not to them, not from thepoet' Two years, ten years, and passengers ask the conductor: ." e e decided to bump an entertainmend gram ml MR. Australian tour. She was scilalmed .
In Sydney but heckled
show the season
Telephone I lour may very possibly
usual detached view. What place is this Harry Hanson, who w'ai starring Robert GoulH-for full he the last for the slick and boned during a one.night

point.This. Where are we now? literary editor for the Chicago dress coverage of California's comedy team of Lucille Ball stand In Melbourne
may be why critics call Daily News when Sandburgwas primary returns next Tuesday and Vivian Vance
Sandburg America's greatest I am the grass. a reporter and editorial night Miss Vame, It Is known, finds EARLY MEETING
living poet.Althougn. Let me work. writer, said in 1925 that "Carl CBS will take over the firsthalf constant transcontinental travel surt- RIOR, Itch (AP) -
at 86 he Kenneth Knknim, II, of Superior
now, could not become one of war's of Garry Moore's hour, and between her Hollywood Job and
lives quietly with his wife apologists. lie was not con If the returns are interestingenough her literary agent husband, ws' driving down the street when
Lillian and tends his 34 pure. cerned with allotting praise expand Its coverage; to John U>dils, and I heir Connect! hU tsr wan in tolliilim st snmier
bred goats on a 242-acre farmin and blame. The men who a full hour. cut home difficult, and would ..et.tK: >n wnh one driven by
the mountain region near Memorial Day, to any Memo this newspaper recently I ,,, in the world right now and lI fought seemed to be most in As usual, the three major like lo settle down on the East Df, Richard J, Nelson, a Superior
Flat Rock NC., he has not rial Day. "and, on this Memorial Day, 1 I think we can all properly his mind." television networks now are In Coast. di-nhHl.
lost touch with AmericansPerhaps e think we have much to be i hope for peace Things are fierce news competition during Vivian Is expected to appear t-nkMin told officer h* had
therefore, his "I try to follow world thankful for and much to I looking up." About "Grass, Hanson this presidential election year. In 20 or more episodes of next horn on his wiiy In a denial. rppointnuTil -

thoughts and reminiscencesadd events closely," he told News remember But if Memorial Day is a wrote: There Is still however, a ques* ".son'* "Lucy Show." The top with' Dr. NcUnn.
a special relevancy to this paper Enterprise Assn. and "There are no loud clashes time for looking into the "There is much concern (inn whether the mass viewing candidate al the moment for''
,. with the grass covering ancient public Is ss fascinated as the Vivian's replacement Is Ann

...- ._ ..,. ,,,,,,,, .". a future time Sandburg for remembering says, so is the it battlefields and new, re network news departments In Southern who will appear( In For the Crad .
'W. 1 iterating the futility of human the finer details of the prellml. some of the programs.
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41 l"-"l. past wars fought,
0 '<,."f i iI battling. The idea that war nary skirmishing What some of us hoped would
men killed in battle so that SWANK
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this .
t generation-ot.Auerican& nent;" the vluwer'a overwhelming do. Sullivan monopoly Importation : JEWELRY
can set their eyes on a future 'Grass' was one of1 (the sire to watch every detail of the of long.haired English rock Cuff Links Tie riaJOHN'S
jyq filled with promise.
first poems I wrote" Sand- approaching national convene V roll singers for TV guest
j S e t recalls. "I think it's a lions of the two major parties.The shots now threatens to

One of Sandburg's war good one. It expresses just network are planning to become sn epidemic ABC's 1

poems now included in about what I wanted to say at provide extensive, expensive( "Hollywood Palace" will Introduce .
A a1 : i 3 e sI many high school anthologiesand the time. Now maybe you can coverage of the two events. But "The Rolling Stones," still CLOTHING
t itatf' call it for Memo televised conv..nllon.-to those another aharry-halr.d quinteton
closely Identified with rial my message who were watching them In June 13. he MIN Lest N Fwr Cwnee I I.T'
the poet-is a brief and poignant

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In Honor
-. -:" -- """ ".... R--._ General John A. Gronouskl said : .
today "This nation Intends to r: RAM
MRS. KENNEDY'S GIFT-This watercolor of the White House in its early years was done perpetuate the Ideals of John F. Of AllVeterans fRoG (' J..II"' nntm;.Yuen
by Mrs. John F. Kennedy and was presented to her husband on one of his birthdays.The Kennedy." ; p acid sal t.tll': c
I president always kept it on his desk. The sketch, which has never been published The Cabinet official spoke at to t ,, 1t1l n'Jalla',

before, appears in "A Tribute to John F. Kennedy," published by Encyclopaedia Britannica ceremonies dedicating the John ". II ('seem 011 1e Sir%.\. Ni'kvl'r

Inc. Fitzgerald Kennedy memorial Netter .' NeYUn11i
decessor with a memorial serv,. stamp In honor of the late *S ._' '. LMI I
Would Have Ice Thursday. president. F'. "u..I' ._ t'"I\\JI. r."r
John Kennedy \lId. Church
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the assasslnat. #: E
Then the President and Mrs,,, Paraphrasing +\ .\IIIIw' Rev. I \"llIn
Johnson drove to Arlington Cemetery .. *d president's Inaugural speech ,\.. vuo'" 0-' ..- First 1', I\1 and 'JrW
and placed a wreath 01 f r Cronouskl declared: 10:30 AM nn -- 1RV1in" ,i"JI
Been 47 Years Old TodayKennedy's Red, white and blue flowers on I, "With this stamp, let the I. \,,?... c\ BonlU 8PAmericYn
Kennedy's grave word go forth through the world --. _- SIII. tY
More than 40 top government:: that this nation Intends to per. SATURDAYMAY the to\aI l ii ,1C"n,
HYANNIS PORT Mass. (AP])I spiritual legacy to the officials, White House aides and I I petuate the ideals of John F. \UI"",1& Of .rl.IeY ",..,I'o..
John Fitzgenid Kennedy world. Democratic committee officer I, Kennedy to car for the dig. f1 30Dedication ,"rt"Y ca"lI. "lice "
would have been 47 years old I The President's other brother, who served under Kennedy at., nlty of all people, to support f err' II" Jnb".unJ.
today. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, DMm. tended the 10-tnlnute service In I our friends, to maintain our {;. \.till' FI" I."eI .' Bry rn
The birthday, In all likelihood, .,, will join Irish Prime the stats dining room of the, strength, and to continue our .dive. A.nr v.uolJr.
would have been celebrated witha Minutes Sean Lemass for part White house search for peaceful solutions to ,04 Blare our __..Ci'li\ B ob \r\e\
family gathering at the Ken. of the program to be relayed by "He was," said Johnson, "in, the problems that divide the of ,c.lo ( ._ ___ Ian l.4t
nedy compound of summer Telstar II from Dublin. th* words of the Bible one ol world* Babyland Statue r"a' \r0' -- ',. C"a'\O\\\ Nimble It" .)
Other segments beamed those that 'were honored In their Cronouskl added "And let FM weV '
homes at Hyannis Port, the by By Rev. Richard, T. Lambert -- T.. JunsL
place the late president called Telstar bring In former British generations, and were the gloryof word also go forth that In Lyn. I\r.u\lu' 1"1"' Gee'
"home." Prime Minister Harold MacmU. their times." don B. Johnson w* have a prey .fleece'II' Bch' Ea.I.\.)
As president, he took an ex. tan, from England, and West Ident who will continue to strive dole g6krr -- "'1)0') Gen'UI Armr
Berlin Mayor Willy Brandtof for these Ideals and that under I of t
tended Memorial Day weekend MASTER OF CEREMONIES +l10" __ C"it'a
Hits his will I.trddu
Weather leadership the glow
away from the White House to Germany, Cool -- 1t\l1O"
Part of the will still light the world." David C. JwwtPtorMa "tr frelh seas
begin his summer round of vis. program be tddr"a ."'a' P..ttdnv
Its to the seashore. devoted to the Kennedy: Memorl.si New England AreaBy MM| Cllttt Cenm.NM __- Asibsry

There'd always be a party for Library, for which $10 mil. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS III "." ik rfe- II \\.r.
lion Is being raised. The Teddy Kennedy There of
the chllc1ren-ther. are more Unseasonably: cool weather ivt0' ".
than 20 Kennedy small fry-and library Is to be built near Har. covered broad areas of the na. Visits Ireland w +. l'1 t \ "lIi\iarJ.
.... Ldlo"i iColors'
customarily they had presentsfor yard University tine today from New England }, ORGAN MUSIC R.6rr I' Amerie1n
"Uncle Jack." Sometimes Mrs Joseph P, Kennedy, the to the Plateau region with some DUBLIN, Ireland (AP)- Sn. I /y Mrs Dan M. Nickel the __ 'JfW gpch*%
there were small presents for late president's mother, appeared of the chilly air dripping Into Edward M. Kennedy, D>Ma..., fut.> to ""jre anel ,red 80111\8
the children too. Thursday night on CBS parts of the Southland. arrived In Ireland today for a h !Ioq ua' _. .p\..
With that over, the adult Ken. television to comment on pie- It was freezing In parts of the two-Jay visit and a memorial 'f/ Firing ""a..I.1Ir
nedys would gather for dinner lures of her son and others of northern Midwest and tempera. service for President Kennedy HONORED GUESTS 3. __Do" 8an d LeacSer
and a quiet observance of the her family CBS commentator lures In the 30s and 40s wars Ms brother .. ______ s\t 8 \" Faaar
birthday.One Harry Reasoner said the pie. general In the North Central re. Lord Mayor Stan Moor, ., City and County Officials 1'" Fed1er nicr. C\llIrc"
year the Massachusetts turts never bad been shown glon, northern Maine and north. members of the Department of ; Girt Scouts of America BYgkr --It." Alln" Cabolkk
Democratic party set up a fundraising public! before.The em New York State Frost was Foreign Affairs and the U.S. /- S,' Nickel
birthday dinner and Pout Office Department Indicated In sections of Minn Embassy staff wr on hand to ?: )t.Of' Da"
Kennedy mad Wisconsin and Michigan greet Kennedy at Dublin's air. Bepedici"5 /Mrs. ,
aa evening marked the birthday with the 8 \\i.\8
round-trip night to Boston to at. first Issue of John F. Kennedy and in the lowlands of Maine, fF" services'mil Ilo"r" "
teed It. .mm memorial stamps Vermont and New Hampshire. port.York's In addition to the .1I' )\anal .nk, SII'-
Tlsholiday.wasfcmil= thereto dealers .Th dom of the cold air ConditionIs J':. Naples Memorial Gardens "' lurk B.hJ I a- ,...,' -gOTs A' 811'"
Stamp and .
collectors .f
w hs which dropped temperatures tar ... t.
cathwtac of the elan < '"! ,,. T.
compound. converged In Boston, where the below seasonal levels was cen. Satisfactory invites the public to visit r"" ...J kbard .

one week ago Boston Poet Office will post terN In Berth-central Canada the Gardens and see the im'I ?3nB 'byth''b
*killed Kenne. mark the five-cent stamps and fairly cool weather ap. NEVILLE:, Tenn. (AP)- which ..... T',arse \
:. "first day of tune" pearl likely ton the weekend.Temperatures W, nd War I Mr" Sgt. Alvin C. provements have 1Cu.a4fr .a' Bit. 1\atOa\

idknt's widow, TIM stamp bears a portrait of wen near nor Tort is still listed la satlsfac. been made In recent months.Carl I

I mery. and ht.'ri' Kennedy an s reproduction of mal Is the Pacific Co jt region tory condition today and tOIle
Robert v. the eternal flame that burns at and the Southwest regioa. Unties to show Improvement
KenaMr. i Port ill gr VI. "., after being admitted la the bos. ;
tG take h Washington, President peal 1 list F'Uby with Internal
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Big Money Boys Jersey Derby

Fight It Out At

Speedway Meet c4 Tops Memorial ,

fiance at the bank bexiks of the

leading 000 Speedway contenders Open In Golf the Tour.$70,. \ .( Day Race BillBy SPORTS

nament leads you to believe the ORLO ROBERTSON . . . . . . .
war on poverty has adveneedeven : Associated Press Sports Write I
to the PGA front. Jerser Derby at Garden State ,
While most of the big-money \i Park and the Metrox| >litan 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, May 29, 1964
boys fight for par today just to Handicap at Aqut'durt---4lt'dd up
avoid the cut after the third the attractive Memorial DM

headod round, their by George poorer Bayer brethren--arc: dol horse). racing program Satur, Mantle Says He'll Quit When .'

edging toward the $12,000 top The 1 "i miles of Jerae) Derby
prize In this flfth.rlchest
spon. c: shapes up as a real horse race
cored meet on the current tour. with
a probable field of eight
Bayer's last big payday came It has drawn most of the sec He Can't t Play Center FieldNEW :
In 1960 when he won the St. ond,flight Sjear-olds with Ken

Petersburg Open, and you can tuck)" Derb) and Preaknesswinner
YORK AP) Micke)y f "Mickey Is giving it all
take It from t1tm-that' too Northern Dancer and his ( he I IYesterday's
Mantle New York's Injuryplagued ,, has," the teammate said
long between to your No. 1 challenger, Hill Rise "but
banker. star, brusquely thrusl t t it Is evident he Is not half the
awaiting next Saturdays Bel
aside possibility of switchIng ., center fielder he was In
Now playing out of Incline mont Stakes and The Scoundrel any others
from center field to a i years He still makes
Village, Nev., Bayer Is ranked sidelined b>' an Injurj. great
48th on this season's money list Nine handicap stars are head laborious position to preservehl:s plays on occasions, but these

with $5,27s--.o. petty cash, but y cd for the one mile of the Met ailing legs. are plays that would have been
only a shade of Jack NIcklaus' The switchhlttlngankec routine for him before \
+ t roix>litan with the possibility
earnings of $48,035. y slugger, who underwent a knee "It's inevitable that sooner or
that the starting field
At the halfway stop, Bayer number may operation-his second-last win.. later, Mickey will have to.be
as many as 12.
was two strokes up on the field S a. Mr. Brick, recent winner of ter, was forced out of the line-up i, shifted to another position, per.
with a nlns.under.par 133 the Withers Mile at Aqueductafter again Wednesday because of a i I haps to right field I wouldn't
while leading cash collector finishing sixth In the Kentuck muscle! strain In his left side, I In i, be surprised If next year Mickey
Nicklaus was burled with a 141, the same area where he hud Is handled the same way the
Is the
) ) prohibit
In an ll.way tie for Und place choice to take down the major been previously bothered by a Yankees handled Babe Ruth,
Of the four pros knotted In share of the purse In the Charley lioise. playing hint In dlffeient fields
second at 135, only two are Jersey Derby. It'II amount to The latest Injury occurred in depending on the park and the
among the top 50 In winnings $81,453 out of a gross of $125 the eighth Inning of Tuescla)' gi ound he has to cover"
night's with Cll"vl'l.llld Mantle Is against it,
Bob Rosburg In 26th with $11, 000 If eight start. game
295 and Kill Nagle In 36th $6,787. Three of the last four Belmont when Mickey made a 8|*>c'Uc'ut,ir "I think as lung as I play ball,
The others, rookie George Arch. -- Stakes winners have running catch( nf a fly bill hit 1 will play center field,'' he said
er, the first.ruund leader, and SOUTHERN HALF of 'Cambier Park looks like of the Jersey Derby comeout field. by Max Alvls. The Yankee Sli- "1 don't think I'll ever have to

Dean Refram, have had very Chip Johnson this from the air, ting: west. In left fore. Celtic Ash, third at Garden dlum crowd gave' him a stand switch When the lime conies

few paychecks this season, but ground, with distinctive roof design, is community State In 1960, and Sherlurk, Ing ovation. that I can't" play center field
both hope to correct that ) Mantle has had a history of I'll quit.
over. center building, to be r ady> for use in July. On fourth in 1961, went on to take
sight this weekend Wins leg trouble> but It has never been
Bayer, among the last to fin. Handily lower aide of the new I building is the bungalowon tatLeague \ the third while race of the TripleCrown more evident than this season.

Ish Thursday said trying to now serving as recreati<, headquarters. Tennis Jaipur won both Once one of the fastest-If not
con. Heavyweight boxer '
Chip Joh" events in 1962. And In 19i8: Ca,
centrate on a golf game while sun of Naples scored a convincIng courts dominate center o:f picture, and below them van ran fifth In the Jersey rate the l'ttp"I-I1i the game, Mickey I
listening to two hours of is basketball: court and sii. > has Mowed to a wilk.
car. decision huffleboard *
victory over Pretln g courts Little B7 THE and then spoiled Tim T.1m's bid Stars ,
buretlon tests by 33 race cars Snips In an etght.round bout Wednesday :. League diamond and Scout House are in upper ASSOCIATED PRESS for the Triple Crown b)' taking On a number of caslons, he
"Is a rather unique has settled for singles on long
experiencemy night at Miami Bead h i right. Baseball diamondout and the Belmont
ears are still ringing." Auditorium, spectator stands are St. aPetersburg's lefthander 'drives that noun ally lie would fly TilE ASSOCIATEIJ PHtSS:
o{ at Mr. Brick, wholl be ridden
range right. (McGrath photo) have stretched Into doubles, Ix. BATTING Willie MI Cl,
The cars went through the All three Judges gave the ver Mike Keklch set what was be.lleved ., by Bobby Ussery will face iya,
roaring run in preparation dlcl to the hard-punching Naple to bn a Florida State!, field compost of,Ky. Pioneer a Cept fnr o/rosli':: :1 Wr .*|iljcid ants, hit his I 18th homer, .& two
Saturday's 48th /COO mile race. boxer, who now has a 61 record Leagure record Thursday night Knightly Manner Chieftain I bunts, he rarely belts out infield run shot In the eighth Iniuiip
The tourney will be suspended Johnson may travel to Italy thlsummer h BaseballRoundup when he struck out 11 consecutive tlonal, Determined, Man Roman, NoI'l i hits any more. that give S.UI Francisco! a %.1
Memorial Day and will con. for several fights will: 4 batters.The Brother and Brave Lad., At times, It has been<< an ef. victory over st, Louis and
elude Sunday. ranking Italian Heavyweights. 19.year.old pitcher walked carry 126 pounds. Alii tort for the 32.ypjr.old Mantleto moved the Glints back Into first
Nicklaus was critical of the Wednesday's victory was th(d ly' the first batter for Miami, then j I II walk, let alone run A team I place In the Nit Ion,il League

PGA for going along with the second] for Johnson over Snipes sent 10 of the next 11 down I mate, who asked not tobeldpn.lifted .
oneway suspension Idea and There were no kncokdowns, bu; ? THE ASSOCIATED nus swinging. The other was called When Hill Rip finished second 'I said Mantle was playing PITCHING Larry Jackson,
said he would not return for the Johnson finished strong and staggered out on strikes. Keklch\ was dls. in the Kentucky Derby it 'on nerve alone, a quality which Cubs, checked! the Newoik
tourney In the future If It con. I his opponent several tlmei e; There were 8,649 fans In in scoreboards often steal signs, abled In the fifth when a blister snapped an eight straight streak 'las evoked sjmpilhy and ad.nlratlon Mi-Is on three hits In 2.0 vie

tlnueti to be played "under :I i In the last round.Fernandez. Forbes Field, but Phlladilphla<< Mauch said this Face had no developed on his thumb. that begin last November. InDIANAPOLIS from his teammate. try
these conditions Manager Gene Mauch noticed a business there. Miami scored four runs In that

The field was trimmed to 94 Face In the Scoreboard The Pirates' relief specialist Inning but lost the game 95 as :- ,.
pros and 10 amateurs for to. Meets So he protested the Saints moved Into third .
admitted he was In the score WINNING "
day's round, with Tony Lema, Gonzalez Tonight National League headquarters board place on a 13-hU attack that In. a "
former PGA champion Jerry now has a rather delicate decl. "I went there just before the eluded three each by Leon Crow Jim Clark of Scotland cannot
Barber and veterans AI Basse NEW YORK (AP) Wh<<'r, stun to make, first Philadelphia hitter and Norv Rasmussen Ernie '
link and Dutch Harrison out. Florentine Fernandez Mops Intc, Here's what happened Thurs.t in the sixth,"' he said.cameup And, Yarashuk got three of Miami's restrain his Joy at drivingthe x : A+ 1

Mike Souchak, who could 'I the ring, It Is a 3.1 txH thai t t day night as the Phillips lost to said Face., he had a reason for five hits. fattest speed ever record. ',
have stayed alive when his 145 I somebody will bn knocked out, Pittsburgh 6.5 and dropped' Into being In the Scoreboard In other games, Sarasota do.feated .
matched the cutoff, withdrewwith the sponsors' permission i I gone the distance The musts, Francisco Giants, who defeated facilities there cut the league leading Yankees'
He won last weekend's Memphis 'chined Cuban has finish*! off :31 St. Louis 2-1 on Willie Mays' The case now goes to the Na. margin to a single game; Lake qualification for the tl
Open. 'opponents and has been MopptKi I I 18th homer I tlonal League Jury, land took over second with a 7.6 500-mile race Memorial Day
The top 60 and ties will com. I I three times. Maurh protested as they\ Phil.,( Giles Warren, decision over Daytona Beach
( presiding r
pete In the final round Fernandez takes on Jos Gonzalez j' lies came to bat In the sixth In.I .,' .WJli'S. IhpJPhllile t and\Glants* and' Tampa bPat -Orlando, 8-2. The 28-year-old' driver sipped ra

Friday night at Madison,i sing' complaining that Ilk had W trj- ('xrhanltng'platl'n the Joe Cherry cot 3-for-J, with four-lap speed of 158.828 % .
Of the 12 horics in this year's I Square Garden in a 10-round I I a- IIII J a faci. In the left field standings, the Los Angeles Bill Hicks and Bob Kilpatrlck
Kentucky Derby, five were ridden I I middleweight match that will bfo,, noreboard Mauch said It be. Dodgers and Cincinnati played getting two each In Sarasota's miles-per.hour in his rear- '
during their careers by Willie i,carried on network<< (ABC) ten e.,, longed to EIRoy Face. the longest game of the season 11.hit attack on three Yankee A
Shoemaker, vision It starts at 9 p.m isr.: Knowing full well that faces -with neither team winning It hurlers. Mike Ferraro got three mount Ford-powered car,

.--,, ended In a 22 tie, ,called for Fort Lauderdale, one a three below, to win the'pole posi "
because of curfew after 17 Innings bagger.
.. . . . . . . and will have to be re. at Larry Tampa Staley and the spaced Tarpons ten sent hits tion. ,e .t

pla\ed. Orlando deeper In the cellar
Elsewhere In the NL, a sul. the Twins' got their only runs
: Reserve Space Now! ride squeeze bunt/ by Nellie Fox In the fourth when Don Cross
gave Houston the breaking homered with a man on base.
e run /In a 4.2 victory over Mil. Mike Maloney tripled and drove
waukee and the Chicago Cubs home three Tampa tallies.
defeated the New York Mets 2.0 Barry Williamson's single
on Billy Williams' 11th homer with the bases loaded In the P a
A IN THE TWO and Larry Jackson's three.hlt ninth gave Lakeland the edge

pitching and undisputed possession of
In the only American League second place. Don Pepper and
game scheduled, Kansas City Walt Thoele homered for the

o capitalized on four Chicago er. Tigers, who had 11 hits to seven
ron and handed Juan PUarro for the losing Islanders
his first loss by beating the

: WELCOMENOBLES : White Sox 41.Mets' W. L. Pct G.B. ,
Ft Lauderdale25 14 .641 -
Lakeland 24 15 .615 1 Ward will be starting for the
0 19 Runs, ,St.petersburg 24 16 GOO l'/j' Jimmy Clark DeterminedTo 14th straight year, at the age
of 43. Eddie
23 Hits Even :Daytona Bch. 23 16 .590 24> Johnson, 45: will
start for the llth time in an.

: : Amazed StengelNEW Sarasota Tampa Miami 20 17 13 18 23 26 .526.425.333 4'/4 12nrl..ndn 81'/ Win Indianapolis 500' oilier Walt Thompson.Ford Han&gen of Bedmlnster, ,

N.J, one of
YORK AP seven flrst-tlme
( )>-Vhen the .. .In ->.O. ..nee. .. Hit
-- v "' 11Ihursday'l starters will be
New York Mats got 19 runs and one of the se.
St 23 hits In one day, even Casey Sarasota Results (AP) Scot by Marshman, who reached 160 nlor drivers at 44. A noted
5 Fort Lauderdale
'Stengel was amazed. A Ulevl. Tampa 8, Orlando, 2 4 Jimmy Clark, world road-racing m ,p,h. In practice with a '63 Las sports tar racer, he Is rated a
slon will tus powered by erne of the new genuine contender In
network (ABC) decided to champion, charge across a new
Lakeland 7
Daytona Beach 6
commemorate the event by pre. ,St, the starting line of the 48th In. Ford engines Huffaker rear-englne Offy
Petersburg 9, Miami 5Friday's Jones had to settle for the owned by K jell Ovale
sentlng a special segment Sat. dlanapolls S00.mile auto race San Fran.
urday on Wide World of Sports. Lakeland Games Saturday, determined to breaka second row In his aging Watson" Cisco sportsman.There \ .
"Even as other generations string of American victories roadster JIlt had an alternate will be nationwide tele.
;Sarasota at Orlando
tell of Babe Ruth's pointing to going back to Howard Wilcox new rear.englnb car, but it had vision" of the long, noisy show
: Tampa at Fort
the bleachers or Bobby Thorn : LauderdaleSt. In 1919. bugs and was parked for this for the first time but it will be
/ son hitting the home run, we Petersburg al Daytona B'ch 1 His effort may bring out the year. on closed circuit to about 175
; are proud to play t small partIn biggest paying crowd ever Two other former winners in theaters and arenas.
"'\ i perpetuating the glorious The San Francisco Giants and drawn by an American sporting the field are A,J. Fot, dc.+ The spewiway<< management

memory of that day'," said Pittsburgh Pirates art the only event, upwards of 250,000.: fending U,S. Auto Club blg.rar! reported record advance sales,
Roone Uledge, executive produce I National League teams without Italian Dario Resta, in a champion, and Troy Ruttman, which it never discloses. Thereare
;: of the program. I first.year players on their roster, French Peugeot, was the last the youngest winner in h 000 his. 1";5,000 Mats in the mam.
foreign winner in 1916 before lory when he took the 1 1952! moth grandstands and Infield
---- World War I closed the old 2VS.' event at the age of 22. Foyt will bleachers, and almost as many

S Baseball Standings mile racing oval for two years. be the No. !5 J starter and Rutt. more speed fans swarm through
The foreign factory teams nev. man No 18. Both will drive conventional the !:37-acre grounds and sit on
er came back In force Off) roadsters, parked autos and trucks.
National League American League Clark smashed qualifying rec.
W. L, Pct GB. W. L. Prt. C.B. ords In a new British-American
a SanFranclc 15 ,.611PhlU. hlcago 20 II .645 hybrid car, a dagger-allm green
Editions of. 22 IS .595 1 Baltimore 24 l.615: Lotus built by Colin Chapman of
: : Pittsburgh 23 IS .361 2 New> York 20 14 ,588 I1,2< London and powered by a new OPENMEMORIAL 111

Milwaukee 22 18 ,550 2'! Minnesota 22 18 .550 2'j Ford special racing engine
St. Louis 22 19 ,537 3 Cleveland 18 15 .545 3Boston mounted over the back wheels.
: : Cincinnati 20 18 .526 3'' I 20 19 .513 4 It's a much Improved versionof
i Houston 21 23 ,477 5'' : Detroit 18 20 .474 5<'i the car In which Clark fin. DAY Ill
t Los Angeles 18 23 .439 7 Washington 18 26 .409 8''!% lined a close second to Pamela
SLit cttu Chicago 16: 21 :.432 1 Los Angeles 16 26 .381 9'j Jones last )'.ir, SAT., MAY 30
: f- : New' fork 12 30 .288 13VThursda : Kansas; City 13 25 .342 10'i Ford, In the biggest corpor.

'4 ; \ )"'s Results Thursday's Results ate effort to win the race in
Chicago 2, New York 0 Kansas City 4, Chicago 1 modern times, provided the new 10 6
Houston 4, Milwaukee 2 Only! game scheduled overhead cam engine to sevenof a.m. to p.m.

e Pl'Mburgh II, I'hIlAtelphloi S Today's Games the cars starting Saturday.
San Francisco 2, St. Louis 1 Chicago at Detroit, N Only Ford engineers have been
Los Angeles 2, Cincinnati 2 Cleveland at Washington\ N permitted to touch the scream.

lie, 17 Innings, curlew N.w'ork at Kansas City, N Ing beauties D 0 N 'S.
,J o THURSDAY JUNE 4 : Toda\ 's Games Baltimore at Los Angeles, N Rodger Ward, twice winner of
San Francisco at New York Boston at Minnesota, N I the 500 and no worse than
!s Saturday's Games I fourth in the last five MemorialDay

s SUNDAY JUNE 7 e Cincinnati at St. Louis, N Baltimore at Los Angela, N I classics, may have the big. f* ACT T
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, H New York at Kansas City, N rest I challenge to the three
Houston/ at. Philadelphia, N Boston at Minnesota Lotus-Fords In a rear-engine LI Is
: Phone MI 2-2107 : Milwaukee at Chicago Chicago at Detroit I Ford built by A. J. Watson, ere.
Saturdays Games Cleveland at Washington 1 ator of six 500 winning cars, In.c1udnr .
Milwaukee 4 4lfr Jones' 1963 Agajanlan *
Chicago, 2 cm ts
a San Franclsc.0 at Ntw York \\, ,'" Spahn.t. the \|hhoIuhII l \ I Special.;

Cincinnati at St. Louis l", ,'r led \,Uh'l..tI, | I vague Ward was WilrdJasUst qualin.

. . . . . . Houston Los Angeles at Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, N r r un.n.hrrslhr, ii' <[oIJ1'h.:r infra ,nth*' fnrm.il ir.it the and start will share with Clark the front and Bob.row J, NAPLES SHOPPING CENTER Ml, 2.2136,

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I Friday May 28. It" COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7

I II II It Boat News, amount of watermelon still beIng -
Uttle mmokalee
CUsaffied Ad I harvested and just one tomato Lack 2 VotesTo

BY MRS. W. H. GARRETT -pacldng plant still In

Given -...... operation with stake tomatoes. Gag Senate,
The tomato expects -
canning plant
who become membersof
The Methodist Church of 1m- persons
I Several million small boats mokalee is inviting all mem- organization do not necessarily tomatoes to continue for another canning coupleof ripe Rights Debate

will go back Into the water on ben and friends to a kick- lick the alcoholic disease weeks with a crew of
Memorial Day weekend after a 8 In fact, the percentageof approximately
off dinner Monday night at 100 putting In WASHINGTON (AP) Sea.
winter In storage and several the school cafeteria.We those who win Is very small. R Yt. estl
I at several hours a day. Charles George D. Alken ,
weeks of scraping, painting and are all aware of the dire Virtually all crimes are con Markham said last week that mated today there now arc 63
refurbishing this spring. need for additional educational nected to alcohol in some way, to 65 votes in the Senate to cut
the that the
The Memorial Day weekend facilities In our church, and It was pointed out, thereforeby probabilities are on the civil: rights debate and
of May 30 also will provide its plant will run until mid June
rehabilitating these sick people brine the bill to a yote.Glxty.tlv. .
and fish.Ing what we have hoped for yearsto
usual of boating with
quota some produce being
be would be two votes
the crime rate can reduced
accidents and deaths from culminate Is now In sight.The brought In from other areas.
Fol short of the twc-thlrds majority
drowning. Most of these need new educational} building to some degree. decided The plant had a fairly long run needed to Invoke cloture, th!
the lecture. It was
not happen. Safety experts have will consist on eight class lowing this year and had an averageof Senate's debate-limiting proce.
said many times that most boat. rooms, a seating capacltlrof to establish a unit of 100 employees working each dure. If all 100 members wereon
Ing and fishing accidents could 108 students, a the organization here with the hand. But It would be suffi.
day during regular season.
be if outdoors-men scheduled to be heldon
prevented and work room, storage rooms meetings With the close of the season dent U three senators were ab
would observe few simple In the
a pre Jus-
t and Tuesday nights
chair storage two several business places sent.
cautions. rooms. The building will have tice of Peace courtroom. Any Aiken, dean of the Senate Re
Good manners and commonSense are planning to close up for
Inboatingwtllpreventmo 43,000 cubic feet, with cen- person Inte rested In joining may the summer months. Hazel'sKitchen publicans, urged the earliest
accidents. the tral air conditioning. We know attend.A possible attempt to got cloture.
Don't overload expects to close this
fire of undetermined ori- "We might. well .it on withIt
boat; have life preservers for ) that everyone will do what Is weekend and the J.P. Magees "
and see how we stand, he
broke out in a house trailer
each occupant; don't stand up or Abra within their power to bring this gin Earl Miller at are planning on a trip to their said. "If we should fall one vote
r change seats In a small boat ; about belonging to Jackson, Term., home for the short, we could try again in a
c while under way; keep a watch agent The activities of the night about 1030 p.m.Tuesday night summer. It has not been announced weekBut If we should be five
ful eye out for other boats,swim_ arrested will include a speaker, Dr. and rendered the trailer a total but several grocery votes short, then we might as
t mere and fishermen, and give ana loss. The volunteer fire "
from Acres well forget It.
he Royal Page lehigh stores are presently discussing -
comfortable wide berth.Thes and drive department was called to the The Senate Is In recess
on a pledge to the possibility of Wednesday today
" rules are repeated each boat. the meet the needs of this phaseof scene, but by the time the fire afternoon for the start of a three-day
ing season, but there still are was discovered and the fire closing during Memorial Day weekend
drownlngs because In the building program.We June, July, and August. (More
-I someone igi Aiken conceded
truck arrived there was no It might be
nored them. Most marine hope that you any Immokalee news Sunday.)
open difficult to
chance of extinguishing the fire arrange a cloture
aloe and many sporting good friends you might like to bring,
with value left. test In early June because so
stores have pamphlets on boat. will be able to come Monday. any
, lug safety. Get one, study it,, Please contact Mr. William E. Mrs. Buck Garrett, Mrs. Traffic Deaths many make senators commencement are committedto
follow it.Pleasure. ( page 1)) Newsome, chairman of Building Betty House and Mrs. Walter For April Hit es In that period.
, lakes and stream Committee Rev. Rich- Garrett were business visitors -
or There was no civil rights da.
will be more crowded with boats ard Howe, pastor, If you planto in Fort Myers Wednesday. All-Time High bate during a brief Senate sea.
this season than ever before,, year. come, so that final plans for Mrs. Wanda MoGrew of Fort lion Thursday
and there's ever less room for In recom the dinner can be made Myers visited with Mrs. Wal CHICAGO (AP)-The nation's
the hot.rod helmsman with an the board ter Garrett Thursday. Mr. traffic deaths In April totaled
Inclination to buzz the dockdashthroujth that to AA SPEAKERSTwo and Mrs. J.D. Pendarvis of 3,450, an alMlme high for any Vandals Damage
an anchorage or buzz an. "what hap. month, the National Safety
Fort Pierce were In Immoka-
other boat. The hot.rodder is just) on members of alcoholics Council.reported today Road MachinesMOBILE
lee last weekend.
as dangerous on water as on land, anonymous A.A., spoke at the over At the same time, the council
both to others and to himself. Chamber of Commerce meet- said the death toll (if 13,350 for Ala. (AP) Dam.
Fishing Is highly recommend. technology Ing at Michael's restaurant last SPRING HARVEST the first four months this year ages caused by vandals driving
ed by your doctor as a healthy,, create i a Tuesday night. They outlined The spring harvest season was 14 per cent higher than the huge rondbulldlng machines
relaxing sport that will get you trained what the A.A. alms were and came to an almost completehalt previous record set In the same have been estimated at several
out of doors into fresh air and sciences explained how It works. All this week with only a token four months last year. thousand dollars.
sunshine and help to clear those In bust
mental cobwebs left over from for well
home and office worries.Fishing a very
Is not particularly hazardous, .Ever-
but there are some pointers to
watch to help avoid accidents.
Fishhooks are designed to problem
catch fish. They also can snag an Ever-

unwary finger, hand, arm or leg )
If you're deeply hooked, go to a students r
doctor and ask him to removeit. scho-
Don't try to work the hook out citizen.
backwards. Your doctor will use
the shank to push the hook out, ) students
point foremost. This is less pain funds
ful and causes less damage.
Hooks left lying In the bottom

Memorial Day scholar some-

Looming Big On of the

Golfing Horizon endorsed Wood.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP- Naples ., '
t%. Memorial Day will be aJll8 1Qr. : Ms ap ., .. ., .. .... -'
able day on the nation's golf wonderful
courses. Civic As.,
All over America, on the education.
championship courses and the commun-
h dinky par threes, the "hackers"get
their chance Saturday to
battle it out with PGA cham. e
pion Jack Nlcklaus and Open ..

champion Julius Boros. .
The two btg-limes will match
strokes Monday over Columbus ( page 1)) I '
Country Club's exacting layout,
scene of the 1964 PGA championship. over the
Galleryltes will pay $5 snover 0
each to watch 'em do It, start. of Naples o
ing at I p.m. EST. aware of
The thousands of challengers
in the National Golf Day Festt. award
val will toss at least $1 each
yean ,
Into the charity pot, fire a round ,
over their favorite layout, and and G>) 0G
then sit back and await Mon for
day's result.
Those who defeat the rham. rendered
pions on a handicap basis will all others
receive certificates from the time and )
PGA. Columbus Country Club a better .
par is 70, so If Boros or Nick. and work
laus shoots a 69, the challengers '
must be two under par oil their ,: N' Gr6'eJ\

home .courses to get a c!r.tlNcate. that only

cured by ,
Golfers may play as many
rounds as they desire, upon express
payment of $1 for each round the most .
and the receipts along with any lan
the net gate from the Monday the two
Round of Champions exhibition ." lie
here will go to the PGA for tendency
distribution to various projectsand Its use,
charities. plans
Since 1952, when the event of
was inaugurated, more than year en If the telephone rings now

1,093,000 golfers have challenged
the champions, and a charter whom while this
some $950,000 has been realizedfor / named you're reading paper. .

the PGA projects. who

the teach

Junior Tennis students said

Tourney Opens advantage

don't worry about the interruption. Go ahead and get the gossip.

Here Next WeekEntries Reading the paper is one of the rituals of your day that can still be

the Naples are Recreation being received Depart at done in your own good time. Drop it now, go back to it later.

ment for the local Jaycees Junior Any time in the day your reliable friend the newspaper is ready

Tennis Tournament, which and to total picture of living today. News
I will start next week. waiting give you a 1963 TOTAL AD DOLLARSof

Don Berry, local Jaycee tennis AP, your town, of the world, and intimate glimpses behind the news.
chairman, said the deadline for and Prime $206
registering Is June :5. Competition Pearson of It tells you what's going on at your favorite stores. It helps you Id.M s

will be In boys' 18 and under, : hit an plan your buying trips for food and clothes and things for the t
girls' 18 and under, boys' 16 and In New "
under, and fir Is' 16 and under. mutual: in* house; it keeps you up-to-date on restaurants and entertainment.f' -l lIt

4 The p.m.tournament June 6 on will the Cambler start at whit gives you recipes you can.fe!! and keep and try some other day. Nawt n Mags Radii

Park tennis courts,and the length principal (,faplffh"...I.e-r.e....arNY.M
of the tournament will depend on the mU
the number of entries.It probably In
The Jaycee chairman noted that more than
GOES A last: year's tournament here wasa before
popular one, and It helped the ( early
local Jaycee club win first among ) mt'*..
local Jaycee club win first place Adlal t:.
among clubs In Florida la span. r e
longWAY soring sports and activities. ll. The d<.. NtUJ
The state tournament Is sane In Uo and bt oolaeft o
honed by the Florida Lawn Ten. &rentl)' was (
all Assn. State compcUUoa win : t ronversa..
twJ June 2 .29 at Sarasota Win. ; : ;
sere and. outit-ndlng player lathe
local tmiv-oiont nay' "" -..
Uy for the state playoai Live w . . .. . .. . . . . . ....

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< Well-Planned Laundry Fits Anywhere in Homei Remodeling Check Home?

Is a modern home laundry v { + .Anra.rl
center a necessity or just a For Hazards
In a recent survey conducted Did you know that probablythe
among a group of parents, most dangerous place in
88.7 per cent of those queriedfelt the world Is right under your
that a separate, well- own roof According to statistics -
planned laundry area is desirable HOME & GARDEN from Insurance companies,

Because most of the far more persons were Injuredat
parents In the group have home than were Injured in
children ranging; from the / automobile accidents or at
new-born to teen-agers, they 8 COLLIER COUNTY SEWS Friday, May 29, 1964 work.
ought to know what they're So with this in mind as you

I talking: about ..:- start on your home Improve-
There are many good b locations L i -I ment spree this spring, takeA
for the home laundry :I tip from the statistics of

Best choices are in the bed- ... E4lrilf. insurance companies and try
room-bath arei, where Ifiost \ to eliminate some of the hazards -
soiled clothes originate and i .
are stored after laundering or I I\l _I In the period from 1957

in a spot convenient to the through 1961, one company
kitchen, where Mom probably M I.w alone paid claims amountingto

spends much of her time. "POCKET: -SI76U" laundry units W ",11I\Y IS' t Illl.IfS PLAY for the i.u.il.rr. wish II tai::\ii'i' I. UMHO prmi.l |,.rfr.l ....luhmifor over $11,000000 for acci-
Close to half of new laundry fit neatly Into one end of lialli- .n mitonuilir wa.1 lirr and dryer' ntur the nor.rrylToday' : hoi.ewhr.wa i ,ilh ln> "room ul I lie i/p". fur dents occurlng in and around
appliances still go in the base- llrrr' .ruliinu1. IIIIIK). t ; Mr the house. They ranged fromasphyxiation'
the choice in room or any other mall >pare home luundnm Into any odd tornrrhrre |uluy, .p.li..n."o' a>< on
is often
ment. It .. III",',. amt rontrnirnl.Popularity wild plrnlt of .tnruge. ___.__, to stepped on,
older homes where there I I kicked by, or collisions with
is no room upstairs. -- -- -- Butlduig 101' animals" -- not to mention the

There's no reason however, category miscellaneous"
why a basement laundry shouldnot Higher Costs PrivacyDoes 3:0.'d.4 The kitchen Is the scene ot

be as modern, as convenient your house and pro- more accidents than any otherroom
and as bright and cheeryas in the house The living
perty have little pockets of
a laundry located anywhereelse Lower Home Pools privacy where you can retreat room Is next and, of course,
in the home. for If the need arises i the stairs are worst of all. If
Planning is the key to success -
or is your family outdoor you have a child in the crawl-
Be sure to plan the installation life It's Imperative to
an open book for any- Ing stage
as carefully and one who cares to take a have gates at the top of all
completely as you would an look open stairways and porch

upstairs laundry, Overhead sunshades,trel gates And all stairways, Inside
First, you'll need a modern lises, pergolas and arborsall CARPORT CARPORT and out, should be put in perfect -
automatic washer and match- 7 help create areas for condition.

Ing clothes dryer. pleasant outdoor family liv- HA33RF Make sure, too, that all
Of prime Importance Is a : ing and entertaining. These stairways and hallways are
laundry chute to get soiled little pockets of privacy are "H-Io' c e r BEDROOM well lighted and that light
clothes from the floors above designed to take the mind F BEDROOM <7 switches or cords controlling
down to the basement. The out of doors, the party out ..vn lights are located so that it
lower end of the chute shouldbe of the house.Sunshades. 11 11n Isn't necessary to grope and
located at the point where that are, or stumble around looking for
clothes are sorted according appear to be, extensions of them
to type for the most efficient the roof can be completely Il L l 'I Some of the most serious accidents -
laundering For this you'll covered to provide protection are from falling objects -
need at least three bins or for the house windowsas in the home, so be sure
baskets. well as deck and patio. all pictures and other items on
Include cupboards for stor- For a private, sitting and r s \< l LIVING the walls are securely attached
ing detergent,bleach and other so Mix sunning area, build a deck LIVING More than half the total
laundry aids. Remember to In the garden or nestled I,, le i home accidents were from
store stain removal suppliesout against the house. Decks a a falls If you are fixing some-

of the reach of children. make a small space usefulas thing up high, be sure to use a
When remodeling, you can well as more attractive. sturdy ladder and not a makeshift
remove your old deep laundry t .y. Create both a rain and PORCH w e ,.Ii. PORCH .

tubs and replace them with a sun shelter with an over- 'IJO .".e 44 The villains for falls are
modern, counterhlgh sink for head trellis for a winding freshly polished and waxed
in starching and preheating wisteria, or add roof panels floors, wet floors and scatter
GET IN: ItlUIT IN 1OIU OWN II \(:K\Aim by 1".lIin..n| roily pool. /11' ""
extra-soiled clothes. Thin one fralum .minimi itrrl nlJrwull", ladder and nrrrmmriri that will wilhiUnd weather. and spaced to let a breeze r1, flour Jab/ (',/').,',/ ntlk/ lirri:.,'"' III cart."., ,.,!II./ un "/ rugs which don't stay in place.
Olve yourself plenty of won k wind without pitting or dUroloring. (:mplrlc your private playground with poolnide eabana, lounge through itfkltiiih, .tHt, k ,,imriii hln/ D. gull/' "fu" II "n uf-i./.' andpI..l.'r/ r You in can make small rugs
room for handling clean clothe: stay place by putting rubber
furniture and lighting on rmimnli In ,'i"I".1, tkttl mmunn, nail al\n />n they come from your automatic .. It's Easier mats under them, or you can
as ,
pruuit 61(1 un ufurlmint fti'ii/i'ig/ s //in"f/t Mr and. until
dryer. You'll nee 1 Increasing Interest in water sports activity and new emphasis on physical fitness, to- umpimtlinn. /0)11I t' M the unit ,. Irhuugh/ / lln ""rn'r, arrrrprdporrh / attach fruit jar rubbers to
counter space for foldinf I gether with lower costs for speedier installations, are swelling the rising tide of privatehomer klreh'n' iniH Jifilnft un.n AIM n "i"I, I Hi I,it* run mnm corners or all around bottom
sheets, towels and slmilai ownership of swimming pools. Since the home owner who Installs a backyard pool does so witha rro Filter ,4s' I*i. unit null Mi. tarpiiH. Iht* Inn'u pa rim ml, i/u/i/ii/ 11.ign .. edge. Or buy rugs that have
Items before storing view to lifetime enjoyment for himself and his family, It well behooves him to become 4bIan iirtscr.Ix.tdnd'.t.lurch./ t'ltmbutg, 10 Hanli .. special backing to prevent
And should have hanging thoroughly familiar with every phase of pool ownership before making his final decision. sliding
you Pool WaterSomeday il its n 60"In"it nldr /lit It i- lime fur Imiriiiin./ I'lun,
I space an open rack or'', Although costs have become substantially lower In late years, a swimming pool is still a sizeable itmiR Another dangerous spot In
perhaps a near-by closet -o as well as a permanent Investment fully-automatic the house is the bathroom.
for hanging wash-and-weai r Size and shape of pool and kind of pool construction are vital factors. Very often, thesei swimming pools will clean Here there is the possibility of
clothes as they are taken fro will depend on the size and shape of the property where the pool is to be installed Another themselves. slipping in the tub or on a wet
the dryer (tan essential step 1 II;f consideration is the principal purpose for which the pool will,be used or, is action or Until that happy day, the floor or even taking hold of a
you are to realize the full ad,. relaxing- the. chief reason for single most Important aspect lighting fixture with a wet
vantage of these modern feb. having a pool? the type most suitable to local of maintenance for pool own- Here's the Answer hand. A rubber pad in the tub
tics) A recent survey showed that needs. Take Steps To ers will be keeping the water as well as vigilance can helpto
Keep all surfaces easy-to o a majority of new pools In- Planning a pool includes pure through proper filtration prevent falls. The light fixture
clean. Be sure there's plent;Y stalled were 15 x 30 feet ton planning for Its maintenance. Insure SafetyIn Fortunately, today's filters can be fixed with glass
of light Remember that a 20 x 40 at their widest and The home owner should familiarize operate with ease and economy By ANDY LANG or porcelain Insulators foundIn
Inexpensive coat of paint 01 i longest points, with a trendI himself with types of Family PoolHere Many modern filters are AP Ntwtftoturvt leave a slightly dull it with pnt. If Unit any hardware store.
occur, rubbing rottenstone
walls as well as cabinets wil toward the larger size. filters Fortunately, keepingthe more compact than their predecessors If you notice a worn or fray
add Immeasurably to the appearance White pool design Is no pool clean and the water are some safety tips for wont rust or cor- QUESTION : There is a and oil will restore' (the ed electric cord on any appli-
longer restricted to rectangular the pool owner. Post them in sheen. The rotienetnne-oil mu' ance, pull out the plug and
purified is becoming far easier, rode, and can be cleaned and white
shape, this Is still the type with modern advances in the area and see that family backwashed more easily Periods ring on our dining lure in applied and rubbed, the either substitute a new cord or
1/Vi' r r ( recommended when the pros equipment and chemicals and guests follow them between cleanings have room table. It was left name as the pumice oil com bind frayed spot with electricians
pect of plenty of swimming Before the pool is Installed, Make sure that an adult is been lengthened there by a hot dish. It is hinat ion taperrhere's

action U the main reason decide on the accessories you always present whenever" There are two basic typesof not too noticeable, except
Little Thinking children "In the swim Let
for Installing a pool. Particu- want.Some can be added later, get water filters sand and
when the light shines on New In
it be known that neighborhood
Think small! larly where there are youngsters but some should be built Into dlatomite Although both types Variety
That's the word from fruit t involved in competitive the pool. To make the pool youngsters will not be per- are effective, the more com- it at a certain angle. We do

specialists who are called 1 swimming programs, the season longer, add heaters and mitted use of pool unless accompanied pact diatomite units, the type not wish to revarnish the Fencing for Many NeedsThe
upon to give advice about t: rectangular shape is preferable enclosures. For safety, consider by an adult. used in most pools, offer greater entire table but if thereIs
fruit in the back And though basically the Keep swimmers out of the
pool covers emclency and operational time has
long gone Western pine region wood,
other to
pool for at least an hour after some way remove -
Is rectangle slight variations -
pool ,
yard.There flexibility In less space when a picket fence was about placed along the windwardside
are some good reasons in shape can be made eating. the rinae'd like to
Proper maintenance of filters the only choice a homeownerhad gives protection from
behind this advice: for a more eye-pleasing effect, Erect a high fence around Involves it. We already used a
the cleaning every try for the yard. Today's Interest eddies and streams of air currents -
e Experience has shown i When relaxation comes first, FI ..ITTIP pool and keep the gate three to ten days. The interval commercial preparation, but in outdoor living has .
that dwarf trees are most t t with secondary Interest In locked whenever the pool is between cleanings can be outmoded stereotyped ideas
not in use. (This is requiredby it didn't work. Can you Free-standing wood panelsor
to the homeowner vigorous swimming, the shape
satisfactory rut lengthened by proper care of about fencing and developednew screens perform outdoorsthe
who wants the fun ol i[ possibilities are virtually unlimited law in some communities.) pool with frequent vacuumingand help us'ANSWrR. concepts for their utility. same function as space
producing his own fruit. round, oval, kidney, all Have a life preserver handy at skimming (either by handor Fences make for privacy but dividers do Indoors. Angle a
There's too much in boomerang or a variety of times. with : White spots usually
e Use Your Head automatic skimmer.) need not be monotonous and free-standing screen to block
volved in investment in spray' free-forms Consider land con- Clear hard finishes suchas If you plan night swimming, Careful control of algae will cm he removed from a varnish forbidding. A protection fences out the portion of a view that
molt i tours and available space to provide electric lights In the also cut finish, by rubbing' the area with
equipment person varnish, plastic and urethane pool operating costs. Clog one solid and tall enough to keeps the terrace from being
need for large trees. determine the most decorative for area. ging of diatomite filters can powdered pumuc, which. can he keep small children from private
e There's simply not(; effect are fine be many When swim season ends, be prevented by proper pre- purchased in moM hardware toddling into the street and Use fence panels of lattice-
but have to renewed cover with
enough room to grow large i As any pool owner will at- uses, your pool a plasticor coating with diatomite filter ttorei The powder I.i miiid with tight enough to keep the work or basket-weave design
trees on most persons' prop. test, top quality construction Is frequently when and at to canvas top strong who enough fall to aid light mineral I or machine oil,I neighbor's dogs out of the to block off a service area, In a
cost applied support anyone might
most essential "Cutting cor- high Filters should be run so that until it form a paste Using: a yard. narrow side yard to screen
erty.Although varieties ners" only leads to costly and exterior wood products. or step onto It. If you remove the pool water Is of fell.
fruit tree the completely rubbing pad or a piece Privacy can also be attainedby your windows, to direct the
for Ice
would cover skating see
depend a lot upon the constant problems with repairs Common sense rec- filtered every 18 to 24 hours rub the mixture hack and kith placing louvered panels view from house into garden
that's It's replaced when the
area in which they are and upkeep ommend that you do not use weather turns Before the swim season in the direction of the grjm. near the area you wish to Instead of street, or to define
grown, apple and pear have Ounite (pneumatically applied this type of finish on exterior warmer. starts, pool owners should Eery few minutes wipe the ml screen boundary lines Local building
less disease problems and I concrete) accounted for finishing Prevent check filtration equipment in off the surface of the wool and Boundary fences can be low ordinances on fence heights
are more hardy in winter. 71 per cent of all residentialpool Instead, if a natural wood the point splitting of nail by blunting before accordance with the manufac. Ice whether the "poi ha< disappeared and simple, or patterned In a usually do not apply to screens.
construction last year. effect is desired, apply an inexpensively a turers manualhen .
filling If not, apply more mm, design that complementshouseand Build free-standing woven
driving it Into ends of wood.
Foil Poured concrete claimed another maintained pen Hold nail the pool, the filter can be put lure and repeat the process. yard, since their main screens to define activity areas.
Usln, In 18 per cent. However, etrating stain, water repel surface and upside down on firm into operation as soon as the When the ring it j gone clean purposes are definition and Paint the wood In gay colors
great advances; have been lent or bleaching oil. tap point lightly water level reaches the filter Interest and the delineate
Keeping Paint Fresh with hammer. The blunted the area with a dry rag Be ure use screens to -
made In vinyl liner, metal and Your paint dealer can will then Intake pipe A complete filtra- all traces of oil are removed By careful placement and the children's play area,
If you plan to use only part t j other materials. The compara- probably supply some brand point fibers Instead shear of throughthe tion of the water in a newly S." ,'II'1'" this "prondure will design, a slotted, louvered or or around the pool or the game
of a can of paint and store the!I tlve advantages of all should names them spreading filled, or winter stagnant, pool t "J d f the whirr but solid wood fence controls and courts.
remainder, keep can clean bj' be studied, in relation to con- apart. may take up to a full day g ring directs the wind and sun, If the garden theme is Ori-
wrapping I aluminum foil I tour of property and soil con- creating privacy areas for you ental, build a filigree fretworkor
I around the outside and are r r dltlons and garden. Fencelouvers
your Shoji screen to highlight a
the rim.When. If a certain type of pool con- Paneling Adds Decorating Distinction cast shadows where desired pebbled walkway or a reflection -
Job 1s done, foil can b<< removed and can sealed tight t community, this may Indicate A solid lumber fence in raised platform or engawa
without difficulty or mess Once upon a time wood may be left with Its natural
paneling meant an early tone, or even when color is
American setting or an expen- added with a wipe-on, brush- .y
sive book-lined den. Today, oil finish, the wood will displayIts i Planning T
paneling is used In homes of qualities of beauty and Interest A
every price range and in every It also may be painted,
Bird Watching? room In the house. but then the beauty of the PATIOor

Modern furnishings especi- wood Is hidden.

I NO. ally require a setting of sufficient The size of a room and styleof I Repairing Your {
warmth to give rooms a furniture determines the r 4a
They are looking for a softened air, but one that type of paneling Installation. ROOF?
I doesnt conflict with the dec- An air of spaciousness is pro
HOME IMPROVEMENTLOAN orative scheme. Warm of tone, duced by use of boards 10 or
rich and expressive woods are 12 Inches wide for paneling L.4
sh / ,
ideal for the paneling of mod Narrower widths emphasizethe Ask About A
ern rooms. direction of line, as well as
First National will help News in the use of wood In lending a textural and subtly- da tT HomeImprovement i
you remodel your home. modern home decoration is the patterned effect to the wall.

upsurge in the use of color Iu a modern living room ,
which can be obtained by where a formal but comfort Jx
FIVE YEAR HOME IMPROVEMENT LOAN blending finishes with the able atmosphere Is Indicated, LoanTHE

wood surface. Blues, greens use 8lnchIdths of paneling 1

For your every banking need GO FIRST to even golds can provide with simple V-joints and a "
beautiful wall effects and may light finish to blend with any
First National Bank be applied to Western Pine colors selected for furnishings,
region woods with excellent giving a sense of wholenessand .
I results. harmony.
of Naples ..
Lumber responds beautifullyto The fine patina of waxed r
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp stains and clear or pigmented paneling will compliment a IMMU-rTO MONT .U>IM>C ROOM provided hr bm a Bank of
I finishes that allow the soft drapery fabric to great .lr p..nrlr Federal l Reserve
r System grain and knots to show advantage, yet dramatize a lit nuU logrihrr. I:mi wall ha. pla.lir laminateentre.
through. Thus, the lumber loosely hand-woven material rounlrr for buffrlv Member FDIC



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Friday May 29. 1H4


Expansion Plans

Giving Economy

Strong BoostBy


Business Newt Analyst

NEW YORK (AP)-Th* rise

In spending for business expan.

sIGn Is credited with giving the

economy one of Its strongest

boosts this year. But I I. such

-, capital Investment a boom''
Compared to the lag since

t__ 1958 it I.. The Department of

I Commerce cites It as helping

----- _.- -. make the over all economic

gains since April 1 look solid In

I -- spite of the lagging response of

1-Announcement ]-Autos For Sale 49. -Houses For Rent 61 -Income Property consumers to the federal Income

tax cut.
PlAZA BEAUTY SALON GOING: OS \'ACATIOROOM Home and I osmose for ..1.. The Investment fraternity
.ulln... Insepurate
Memorial 'n rtar 01 hems
I 1621 E Tarn ami Tr.,1 Day 5 COTTAGE -SLEEPSI building, Sacrifice. for thinks the current Increase In

4 Mid.., tt23BoaUMotort ? ALL ELECTRIC KITCH Cash or I ton a dl. 0 ment. business spending Is still far
Trip EN AVAILABLE BY WEEK Boa 1 1737 A, Collier. County
4 OR MONTH IN NORTH CAROLINA Flees 1/11,11 from what It should be, It coin
safety and
MAKE that Ir.a. in -- --
Acces. eemfort Buy a later model 3700 FT ELEVATION 5/10 If'F'bdrm FOR SALEAporlisevts r "..". pared to past performance or
used from Wood I now I III '' of
ear the
BOAT BROKERAGE nouse nil tho bllcll .nd : to the greater growth
furn dream k
LISTINGS keen room has (lass sliding 4 shopping, Center. con.'o"n. 01 r.( total output of goods and services .
URGENTLY unite 1 completely furmthedPriced
NEEDED' CORVAIR monx. t *r, Bucket doors leading, to large icrornjd .nd Ih. Other partly lunlOh.d -cross national product.
Bob Martin Ml I 17S7Brunh seats. AT. RAH, WSW 1204 porch Lovely' bath with sunken to sell. good term Call Some bankers fear the present
Smith, Chrit Craft SlltlIt FORD Galena. 4 Dr AT PS tile tub N aorta w Sea Gate VIVIAN OGQ REALTOR for "
School MI 21111 4/2211 rise In business spending Important
b/Ltf ., R&M. WSW 2445SI appointment to how 124 IthAv ,
1.7r.. 8th A\rnu. 0iuioiFurnished ih *. So Phone Ml 1474* s* It Is, may be exaggerated.
Fl Crosby boil n HP ;
Homililt Motor Niw lop new BUICK special Conv V.. AT. The statisticians like
...1. fkit and tki, ,.c k." Call RAte PS WSW lOtS five rooms hom. 65-Gen. Real Estate talk of percentages rather than
MI M'll attar 10 A MS'3i5l II clot, in adutti anl' 111000 ", volume. This year's increased
Ml ,
month Call 0 5141SI
CADILLAS DeVille 4 dr ht, II INCOME PROPERTY will\ still be
22' Ch" Cralt S.. SklI liard AT PB PS PW. P Seat A/C : spending
top Sliding, I''iati wmdowt R4H WSW 549S t bdrm houle 'un..h.d CtlMt DRIVE IN located In good area .I well below postwar peaks as a
IRUNK SMITH CHRIS CRAFT PONTIAC. Tempest Wagon I29i ::191 aft.r I It pm.3Il Etltblithed I year modern percentage of the gross national
loll IJ". 6121.11. $15 IMPERIAL. crown I dr ht .--' -- equipment 1 bedroom homo,
AT PS. PB. PW. SIN --R-E T U-- Come in end let ue sNow yoc product
WSW 2I4S this buineit Priced to tell : The reason for the \lag say
Business Opps. RAMBLER amer. Wagon. AT Z bedroom furnished ho..... Terms? Yetl ,1I economist at Chase Manhattan
RtM A/C 1195M Near Sea G.I. School 515005 .
KITCHEN CABINET DISTRIB I Unit motel plus 1 apartment Bank of New/ York,lies In prof Its.

UTOR wanted fo> th* moilcomplat RAMBLER 4 dr. Mn "I SIdShlt. t bedroom furnished. apt and owner'o Quarter*, Air cond ndI These too, have risen to a rec.
los ot modular ,I. nice, 9000 end TV Completely, furnished
Chin cabosto ,', ,oulh..n FloPdo Overdrive A/C Well landscaped "- Doing, ord In dollar volume. But the
Boa in II Ab c oiler, bedroom un'unlOh.d fine b them sale
Reply DODGE. Wagon VS. AT, Heat. 2 .pt. ueieeso Come In and bankers compared to
,County Mewt ilI7,1\ or New Paint tOW stays and ref 17 10 let u* show you thi,* well local and to the GNP.
ed motel Priced
to tell with
It WE NEED RENTAL LISTINGSSEE good term, After-tax profits this year are
7-Dogt. Cats Pen IMPERIAL Crown I dr ht expected to rise to 3.3 per cent
CARIBBEAN REALTY See Naples South and Model
Ona yaar old ", .1. poodle, ptd AP 159S Home on ditplayAttoclatet' of corporate sales. But In the
,*,.. Ml IHU altar I PM PONTIAC Conv. AT PS PB When Customers land TheirFriends' years Immediately after the
6/ZItI RIO WSW Maw Paint. 1095 :
51 North Trail, __ MI I liSt Lucille, Otto Virgil, MarcumDEWEY war they averaged 4.9 per cent.
Bob Joegor Afler.lax profits this year may
12-Help Wanted FORD 2 Dr "I" Std shi, iRtH .
495 LAKE PARK 1 bedroom I. rUe tit S per cent of the gross

Coupli "Ih no chld.n to CHEVROLET, Bat Air t DrMT bath house. unfurnished Con POLLY national product. In the early

IIV. ,n .1 .hn., ,.ort. Do AT RH PB, PS DEWEY'POLLYREALTY REALTY postwar period they averaged
", .."c and ..n...I m"nl.n A/C 795 I 7.) per cent.
.nu. Apply Snoo 1401. Mol.l.M..co. 17
Corner of lit Ave Uo. ATamieml
Io"d. 6/ZI,51 CHEVROLET, 4 Dr Mn, VI, Trail, When such profit percentage
Std Trans RIM &IS MJi I 415*. are high business spends freely .
FemlleR.upl.onlll BUICK 4 Dr HT AT PS Corner of lit Ave, Uo. ATamlaml __ '
13-Help Want. for new plant and equipment.
PB RAN 195 Trail SPARKStf : .
.nl.d. W"I. box DODGE t Dr HT AT RIM, MI J435SFOR eJ When they shrink, so does the
-- -
PS. PB 445
lit A I, Collier County Newt : .1. .- urge to expand.
5/2131. 52SECRETARY 51 2 bedroom homo located In 'iGIAT!; FOREST -- I. shown Other point out another factor
shores the water, Marvin Cecil above center
PLYMOUTH, Wagon VI R. Aquelene on RECEIVING PRESIDENT'S button ,
POSITION WANTED PLEASANT PERMANENT Std Shift I dr 145 Thic "priced completely, 'u' *FIRES GROWl! of his office as new head of the Naples Jaycees from tending to act a* a governoron
DODGE, 2 dr ht PS PB AT n'h.d for only 113500Guetl getting the symbol business spending plans. This
WORKING, CONDITIONSCALL R 395 on yearly b..,., To show: colt West Palm Beach state Jaycee president. who In-
MI 1 6511 FOR AP Frank Foster left, of 1* the percentage uf productionto
CADILLAC 4 0,. AT. PS PB M' S 4149 .t VIVIAN 000.
Mitt ,-- _- RIM A/C, WSW itt REAlTOR 114 5th Av. 10 PUBLIC NOTICE stalled the newly elected officers of the organization Wednesday night at facilities A* sales have

Secretary for law oil,ce. youni PLYMOUTH 4 Or Mn RtH haute' one"' block-from a Beach Club banquet. Mrs. Cecil, right, shows a happy smile. In lower risen In recent months, excess
good typoS Ec p.i.ACen 05 I.qiiired Sid Shift 495 Gulf Completely furmthod LEGAL NOTICE McDaniel right retiring president fotthe capacity has been shrinking. A*
MI I S $200 SI17 II OLDER MODELS Monthly or up to Kent JanuaryI NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGThe photo, Foster congratulates Robert ,
Ml 1407* t/2 .31YEAR.Y City Council of the City ofNaples his term of office. the plant now building or proJected
I) Chrysler' NY, 4 dr AT will hold Public "outstanding job" he had done during
14-Help Wanted Male RIM, PS. Fluid Drive 175 : RENTAL the Council Chember at City, (McGrath photos) go Into operation the
50 Chrysler, Win, 4 dr AT Unformatted :Sonic with beautl Hall 731 Ith Street South Neplo. ratio of production to capacity
Siitiu Per Month PS WIll Fluid Drive 145 lot view. Altrective throughout Florida at 10,00 A M. on Wedne suems likely to drop again.
who naadt tomake with i bedroom 1H beth fully day June 17 1964 to hear objoc
I n..d.mae
month to tall WOOD CHRYSLER equipped' kitchen Florida room lions of all Inleretted parsonsre.
1600 par overlooking' Rock Creek Hat the elimination of and .11 Romney Makes
the famous Wh,t. CrOM Plan any po. For Lunar Landing
N LicAcfiraieA.d PLYMOUTH INC. boat lip Only Sill per mo, visions, referring to Guest Houi.t Hopes dls.
In and aroond .pl. within, the City, ot Naplet Florida shut down and It* guards
W"I. B.nk."% Star l,'. 2650 N._ Trail Ml |_6551 Annette C Wmn, Realtor. Sit .l orovlded In Chapter 21 Zoning Effort To End armed after near.rlot Wednea
101 '
cod C"u''y'' Co
: toh &>. Sn .Ml ,4170, /295t ,
fl 1)64 VW Sunroof, Saudod with 0 I Ordinance of the City of NepleeAftCHIE
plots" 5.aoola 0' call $55 till day night.

.124' .1 entree tilt Michigan Car can Ave be, N.seen Naples at, I bedroom FOR furnithed RtNT'----collate on ATTEST TURNER Mayor' Soar With Apollo, In OrbitCAPE More than :2SO J persons besieged .

Part tima iny"H. ,tor wanted attar S PM_S/27,21 29 yearly tease for t6J 00 monlh Elsie M Lehman Essex Strike the ilillsdale County Jail

MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE 'Tour"wheel drive liP Private, Roar the thoppin, center Call City Clerk and smaMiod Its window with
Wait Coait Dttective AaencvMl VIVIAN OQQ REALTOR 124 May n and June 11 1964 giSt
t 2IS S/24 21 and MI 'i elect 5404 before Ilant condition 10 e m. Ph or SIN Ave So Phone Ml S 4749. KENNEDY fU. (CAP) which will launch moonbound astronauts. 1I1LLSDALF, Mich. (AP- rock after police arrested three

...ner.1 ulololy man 10 maintain after I pm"" St fu.nllh--iJ bd'-hom;;; Year LEGAL NOTICE -Tlie first unmanned rnoilul! of While National Guardsmen pa. person at the picket line at the

new Gold.n Gate baildiolo R.qu. JEEP, GOOD CONO around Neor Kwb Ch.k. M' NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGA lilly Apollo ni orbited the Ir. Wurnher Von Braun direr trolled a factory where a strike plant.
.... 0' ci'..clroc.1plumbn I toss continuation, of
kno".d. Public
1 1"0 a Hearing
and air conditioning, 31 000 MILES 1325 Ml 11310 1124 SI'i'o duly celled and heard on Tuetdey earth Mi\ Imoylng U.S. hoK-i| tor of the Marshall Siwre Flight had exploded Into a neir.rlot Three were charged with malicious

lot......d app1.cantecon tact 5/21.51- On. .nd City bedrooM1rouelurniohod water. nil_ May' I. 19(4 to connder the renaming of manned lunar Un
Gold.n G.I. Piannitn5' Olu on Must"Sell'i Trait and Icllool. Three 10 of certeln >trel* 'located ) rockets, said the next Saturn I that Michigan's governor said two other were held In
E Tamiam mail 5/21,11 between 4th Avenue. North end 7th
4 IIALAlmIII'OSITIOtliCENSED : 1960 Renault 4 CV 524500 11.41 From choose liS tram 10 Reasonable 161 mo rotas, Mt2400tt. Avenue. North I t.. North Leke Dr. Oorg Mueller dlrottor firing, scheduled In Augu, will\ would continue 'until they pro. protective custody until a form
: p.
2 6133 H W Watkins, 1117,11 Drive Broad Avenue, North North of the nation's manned (pace be essentially I repeat of Thurs duce results." al charge was filed Thursday.II .
REAL ESTATE Broad Court etc will, be heard at
PERSONNEL REQUIREDCALL ThunderbirdHardtop R tH One b.doom 'unllh.d 0' un- 10 00 AM on June 1. 1964 In the flight program Mid the Biiiress day's effort to evaluate systems. Two persons. Mood charged was the latest violent Incident

Ml t.UO, t/6t Power windows, seats Factory anOInt house Call aftnr 4PM Council Chamber. City Hell 731 "a
air Ml conditioning 24104 after 5 Low PM mileage MI Z SOli 112ZII Ith Street ARCHIE Soulh. TURNER.Naple Florida ing our gout of Uniting men on Is to be laum'lied In August In the the shotgun wounding of a when the International Union of

16-Help Available 41ll,1f ATTEST Mayor thu moon In this derado" final tuneup for the first plant guard and one plant guardwas Electrical Worker called 180

55-Slores Office Elsie Lehman City Clark But he laid many more two,man Gemini flight late In accused of unlawful dls. member out fit the Essex plant
H N Take cars ot aldarly p.opl. May 20, 2*. 1564
I. In my homa WY i ittlBon.I. 40-Autos Repairs Parts "",ce No t
Spnne.1" "r StillE" Butldmg 181 50 per Mo 1170 3rd IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Apollo and nuveral uimunnml five hours to check systems. Agreement to resume pre. Plant guard Louis Scott, 2'r.
.d secretary bookkeeper SI So Welkin, 4. Barkau. 10)lili TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN manned flights
Ml 1 HI* Ml it LOOK HEREI I Ave So Ml I t 1141 AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY programs are rllqulrtt'l..fore. Starting In vloukly sporadic negotiations of Detroit, was shot and wound.
4i1'1f FLORIDAIN mail RHS forth on a lunar voy, will\ die'rease to four days, seven the 3-month-old strike at Esoex ed Tuesday night and another

Part for time, short lob hours wanted Youngish Short Won
.pay,. whita mate, have chauffaur With your car pioblema ? 57-Houses For Sale THE'IN THE ADOPTION MATTER OF OF A Saturn I rOt'ket, which the Late next year tent flights of after I flve.hour series of meet bat while escorting Imported .

's license. ,knowledge MI J 70M ofsimple Paint Jobs KAREN LYNN MIDDLEBROOKS Unltwd 81.itcfl lalma\ Is the most an advanced Saturn IB rocket Ings In G"iv, George W. Rom.nt'Y" non-union worker with which
bookkeeping Factory Fmnh b.doo" .c'lIn.d lanaiend .
SIZUI Wreck Rebuilt Th'lI lovely landscaping encloted "" "0' CASE NO 20t7 ,powerful In 1100 world, hoisted are to begin. The vehicle has .. offlte at Lansing Essex has been operating.

Tunaupt with a sturdy cyclone Iencaurl TO: JAMES AUTHOR the .piA('e'raIt Into orbit more sent(ally the same first stage as "The mwtlngs will be huld Joe Tony LoPresto, 38, a bar

23-Misc. For SaleG. Front end alignment" among 3 bedroom many home feature on city*, of water this MIDDLEIROOKIR..d.nee than 100 mile high Thursday. Saturn I but Its second stage for a reasonable period each bet, and his brother Angelo, 37' ,

Motor Overhaul and tewer in Lake Park Only You( are hereby Unknown notified, that Doth rcxkct and spacer raft has mudi greater (power day until they produce reaultattthe art under $10,000 bond each

E automatic machan 1121.51 Call TrantmiMion, rebulILubIII" tlllM Term available Call CHARLES I HADLEY Sos filed, a launched ere ('Mo lul. T" verilons Test laumhlngs of the Saturn governor said. "They have awaiting court examination next

loll 27314. .. PM owner. Ml 14i2l beloro I 00 Petition In the above styled court, of the more powerful, V are to start In 1007.' Because agreed to stick to It for the pu r. month on charge of assault to
for the adoption of tho minor child
24-Mics. For Rent Brake PRIVATE SALE named thmoin and yoaarer., streamliner] hardware to be used of the roiket's great cost, the pose of working out a contract. commit murder In the woundingof

Polish I. Wax NO BROKERS Quor.d to show Cause why the same on the union flights. first astronauts to ride the mum Romney sent the National Siott
Don't look any further tsr.. bedroom, .hould nol I. granta d bysorvitrga been
nave bean Owner must sell The moth vehicle mont likely will Guard to Illllsdale He declared
MILLIONS of rage spaierralt. weighed only I
See 2 bath home in THE MOORINGS copy 01 your written del cocos
cleaned' with Blue Lustra Its Central heat and air eny upon the firm of SHEPPARD 17,000' pounds tarried no Internal route to the moon. Target a ".tatll of public, emergency"
America tmesl 11 Naples R .nt.Iactnicsh.mpooar Furniture, Ingram Chevrolet Inc conditioning, carpeting throughout ANDERSON. Allon.y..t L.",. 1410 tsar and did not neparate date II I 19C9. and ordered the Essex pi ml Tuan Tbankiglvlnf
.. Floride
7 bedrooms Complete Dean .I. Fort Myer
Co. &/lI UO tt 111" N, Ml 2 SlOt except kilcien; including disposal end by filing, the animal thereof from I thin buinud out veroiidsUje. The state legislature of Tex.

Naplei "Ia44Mobile and dishwasher Nice screened with the Clank of aid, Court by th* it was the same shape as II passed a law naming the
26-Personal porch paved driveway, sodded 22nd day ol' June 1964. 0111.."" ...
Homes lawn Phone Ml 2 4104 alterS a decree may be entered against. you' Iho real thing which will last Thursday of NovemUris :

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS PM S/Sill granting tad, edoption weigh 00,000 twundN and Time Ripe For InfiltrationOf Thanksgiving Day, to Texas

Man 0' woman ,i'N drinking 5g 10 Skyline Tra"ler It may fUN SALE lId WITNESS Court al my Naplet hood. Floride end' seat Ihi of* proved that In combination with will have two ThanksgivingsIn

pobl.mo Sib lot 5.15 by calling ta* mo.rd or 101 rented See et Lovely eottage completely fur lOIN day ol May 1064MARGARET the Saturn I It could with years when November has
Ml i Oil Visitors cordially Lake Silly alter i 10 P M Ml mehed for only tl 000.
.lCom.d N..finglvF'lt" _; >j4l_ 61lUI on a high' lot nicely landscaped CI.,. of the Circuit T SCOTT CoutCLERK'I utand the Jolting climb through five Thursdays.
Baptist Church Ann. on IIh Trailer' lot fuly the atmoftphere. M recovery of Cuba Indicates -
Rent or tale Z b.lh. nco, ( SEAL) Report
St at n.hl.I',/th A netoer 10 P v M Tues ..ndf,1 |month lun.hood,Loll than 115 tl dn.MO 115.Midway S kitchen bedrooms, large.nd linIng room. Dtputy By INEZ Clerk MAGILL tlie satellite was planned. 1 I TNT I

-- swimmIng pool and patio The Saturn I InggtMl 1 its sixth
UBBER STAMPS that triak.a 2 i'U Stillflar 1..ulIul I landscapoch May' 22 29 June t, 12 I9M aU5
A", ISle so'lIn.d in 'lUrteMful tent fltgiit in ion WASHINGTON (AP-A Sen. In the form of a blanket asner I lit
good many
'mp.'o. .
with cabana aid ear .d lot, tear the only TN
2ne.day uroic U Coliel County pert for rontor sale Nice 'lo 121.SM Let us show I thiO, to you THE CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT OF THE IN 140Sf hllll'' Suturn I, with I 1.9 ale committee urged today that lion of nut progress Is Ill-ad
Ml 241M or 1 W>1 exile organizations' vised and uncalled for, Scott
colton today AND fOil COLLIER COUNTY million poundH, of booster thrust, aiitl'
ffl'T1l1fJIttI' tin ii 3 bedrooms 2H baths large liv FLORIDA l Is forerunner of the m.osslvel.5. tlt-a In Cuba be encouraged and said In a btaUmenl. "Our policy CF1RlSTIDSCIEDCf
IN CHANCERYNO "to maintain and as to Cuba In fact Is llUJe.
nit room nice kitchen withbull million pound thru it /Saturn V strengthened ,
mi HOUR -< 45-Trailers For Rent ttnaopltance I. tunic HENRY KRELINO broaden the, fire of disaffection fined, fumbling and certainly

DUNN'S! LICENSE/ tr ..k with TV screened..porch overlooking con" and the PlaintiffVt and eventual revolt." not clearly articulated."
Talnrs> tl a I.ke:: n. .hoPon" Nf.s I>t-IIII 1X1' KifUvnilMiUkund
DUPING YOUR 110\ baSk S paces ti e week bucn. clue I..d.uo.d 101. all JAMES LAND and Tshtro and communism must The subcommittee said tOte
I '
pi'ipU unrlini' live
Rock C..k T"ler Park thin for only 110500 "generally widening gulf" be.
be asserted
exptllvdmm ,
BIRTH MONTH r 4/24tt hours u ,iuYni.J u '"c'n"e sirelihI
husband and wife element
To see any pf the above cell D..nd."I.NOTICE .. kuliut s report by I Judiciary twuen the exiles and moniTORAccurate
used MI 'in !%iulh Mil
For Rent VIVIAN' OGG REALTOR 174 OF SUIT autict.otnmittee.aaThy will\ be combatting the Castro regime
48-Apts. 5th Ave So Plans Ml 1 474* i 10 i ski bus trallu to hail
Associates, TO JAMES LAND end burled the d "fst, If burled by within Cuba file a disturbing, but

LOOKINGFOR 'u.n..h.d.pt lor rent tit per Dan .u.lund Zelpha Hayrs You JOYCE JAMES LAND LAND and JOYCE i .1I.lJe Cubans on the Island and In perhaps Inevitable aspect of political

week Rd Inquire al l laOS Creech/'S.tfEfficienciet -SUMMER" -SPECIAL LAND. are hereby not"f.ed thata exile." development\ within the

A rand new CBS home 2 large Complaint to foreclose a eertemmortgage PUBLIC NOTICE In Ishulng the report Chair refugee community"
Day Week er bedroom well to well closets on the following detcnbed lieshoweverdo
Month (IRIS' MOTtL Mlam Large kIch.n. custom hulllbirc I property, te wit man Philip A. Hart, D-Mlch, "Responsible
MOBILEHOME or MI 25155On.r'Ilurge Ocobisets Large linivg Lot II and I II I 01 that Certain LEGAL NOTICE HEARING mid ri'tent events Indicate antuCjstro exist," the report added, some
Terreiie lloort O E subdivision known e* COLLIE NOTICE Of PUBLIC command
room exile do
turmthed efficiency that Pult. are entering anew organizations
a orations
ceiling heel Carport end land CO GARDENS according to fIr.was Noliee 't hereby given Complete
Air cond etonecraflAe tcapae) Oflered by owner, or plat, thereof recordedPlot ," ic Hearing, will be held lIy the plune and "the time ha* loyaltle wlthlnCuba."
t Ml 1 41M or Ml t-2111 Ito 001 00 IJOO Trail, Terrece, Book I page N ef the City Council on W.d..ldey JunoI for meaningful Infill r... The report also recommended
Modern I bedroom unfurmthed N Naplet Phone Ml I 2241 Public Record of Collier. Count/ [17 IW *t II 00 AM el the City urne News
TO BUY? APARTMENT. with campIeR Florida Hall Fit Ith Street South Neple lion of Cuba and S concerted .f. thalt

kitchen Near beech andlod100ti hat been fled against IOU ando'< for the ourpote, ol heenng em. furl li.> topple the regime." 1. A "sense U urgency" cute
M lih Ave So MI 58-lots for SaleWaterfront art required to lornea copy *>' 910.545,., or obietl o n. lo the lollewf took Issue with llnue In the program to resettle
4/2i.tI A Pleading emenarneni of the Swore OrdineiH The r<'port con.gre Coverage
tiin your nsweror
"* ___ ompleinl en the piemMf *I..U'<:" el the C,I/ of Nepiet I1 lor id e:: lonal advocates of a U.S.aau,4iiirtt'tl Cuban refugees (Mrtlil:1cI.1Inl_
LOOK "siibel 8hor. Apt., Loti neyt HIXON, HIXON CROW Zgaoirg el the following d"cnbed uban government.ln.exile and suggested "a word of encouragement
YEAR ROUND LIVING vendoreilt Roach Ettate LEV P 0 Boa tit Naplet" Ford property Unit ffi The Moorm.. ,
Modern one bedroom and ef Lot I Wock L un.I' end file Iko or,g'not An oar orPieidmg City of N...... and support by the
liciency Apt lurni..hed TV Lot I CMMk J unit I in th* office ot the Clerk .,lock I 10 II It end I U Hut It advocated finding a President himself would be ape
IN TODA Y'S callle in Monthly or year |i sot cash for beth lOll Phon4 1 of .le Circuit Court on or before "O" tingle. Family O"'ct for Cuban proprlato at this time"
round Ml t 44H Kelly' Rr andrea or write Don Holland 740 121 the 21rd day of Juno 164 It /ou Sleek. I formula unity among
ADS Ave.. ,__ /lt A.enue Treaewr leland Fie tail to do ta ludgment by default "t Multiple Dwelling Dit exllt groups looking to creation 2. Earnest attention be givento II
Phone 140 744 will be teken agamtl you' for the trKtKck which "couldauthoritatively "finding a formula which restores -
I bdrm tevlihad .pI' blar 1,21 MlCoouhi relief demended in the Cempli, .. 14 Lets I thru tl A nl an lathe 10$
(The Peoples beaCh led .IIKWriC Waist2 Thi* notict shall be publithod one "C.t' tingle Family Dielrietlock address govern family unity to Cubans
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CORE Plans To Picket May Ask UN To Take On the sador conference Henry Cabot will Lodge be Ambas.,' U.S.

envo In South Viet Nam) Sea'
rotary of Defense Robert S. ...

Democratic ConventionATLANTIC Bigger Role In SE Asia Namara director, of and the John Central A. McCone Intelii.gene .,

Agency C:
CITY, N.J. (AP) tlonal convention In July, the WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. discuss the Immediate problems It Is also understood that As
Delegates attending the Dem.. local head of CORE said no "tier lals are reported seriously arising out of the Communist Istant Secretary of State Har.
ocratlc National Convention li plans have been made for demo ''onilderlng the possibility of the offensives Ian Cleveland, director of the
4-1 August may be met by civil onstrations. The local NAACP r toiled Nations undertaking a Expanded military action by Bureau of International Organ
rights picket lines on the boardwalk chapter replied similarly larger rule in war-torn South. the United States Is another of zatlon Affairs and an expert on
as they enter Convention Leonard Relnsch, executive east Asia than has so far been the possible courses to be considered U.N activities, also is expectedto
Hall director of the Democratic Na.: suggested. Secretary of State Dean take part.
Mass nonviolent demonstravtlons tional Convention, said part} This is one of the lines of Rusk said In a speech a wee( U.S. Ambassador dial E.
are being planned by the officials had been too busy preparing j action expected to be discussed ago that, If Communist agf res. Stevenson proposed in the U.N.
Congress of Racial Equality in for the national conclaveto when American policymakersmeet slon continued, the result could Security Council last week thtt
an attempt to point up alleged take the proposed demonstrations In Honolulu Monday and be "to expand the war." the United Nations might help
I racial discrimination In the under consideration Tuesday to work out recommendations Johnson announced the Nona tn the Southeast Asian situationIn
home states of the delegates, Atlantic City Mayor Joseph for President Johnson. lulu meeting Thursday saying one limited respect-to patrol
mainly those In the South. Altman, in office 20 years and After studying the recommen. the purpose of the Cablnet-level the 60&mlle Cambodlan-South
CORE Is expected to be Joined recently re-elected to another dations, Johnson may make talks would be "to review the Vietnamese frontier to prevent
by demonstrators from the Na four.year term, has repeatedly --- some Initial decisions on the situation in the entire area" of further border Incidents.
tlonal Association for the Ad. warned that demonstrations In U.S. course of action. Southeast Asia.Officials Cambodia had complained of
vancement of Colored People, the city this summer could ruin ''.TOP SCOUT Thomas With the Communist offensive said the talks wouldbe South Vietnamese military ac.
Student Non-Violent Coordinate the community's resort season, Watson Jr, has been electee d i In Laos apparently slowed secret, and that recommendations ttons violating its 'boundar).
k ii Ing Committee and local participants causing a serious blow to both :president of the Nationa I down, the air of urgency over would be reported only Washington authorities are
-F' though not all have Its economy and prestige. formally committed themselves, Altman has also said on many ,America at the organiza. eased. Secretary Rusk, after attend- Nations might play In Southeast
James Farmer, national dlrec. occasions "Atlantic City Is the i 1 lion's annual meeting li 1 The Honolulu conference will tog Prime Minister Nehru's Asia and no concrete proposalshave
1 /' for tfrlEcte: said one of the most Integrated city In the ,Cleveland. Ohio. Watson i. take a long-range look at the funeral In India, is scheduled to taken shape.
t eyr would bt United States. That statement I board chairman of Interna. problems of trying to secureI visit Bangkok, Thailand and One Implication Is that If the
y + fair and full employment, with has been disputed by both city |Ional: Business Machine!I peace and stability In Laos, Viet 'Saigon, South Viet Nam, this United States Is prepared to
a minimum $2 wage and a mas.slve and state civil rights leaders i Corp. Nam and Cambodia, as well as weekend on his way to Honolulu. support the use of U.N. oatroliSociW
works and training pro.
gram for Jobless persons. Hi
said the Democrats would be

Yr ,ik committee urged to give chairmanships no convention toDlliecrat.

of work chapter Cecil the In Moore cooperation.said.Philadelphia recently Negr with president: NAACP"We'll CORE. Allasl Wash slacks thai

We can furnish 3,000 or 4,000
pickets If they need them. We
can make the line so long and
GENERAL EASLEV so black they would think It was

midnight"We can In midday.give them enough NEVER NEED IRONIN61! !

I :I Gulf American Names into pickets* Convention would to block have every Hall to recruit that entrance official policemen ..

from all over the State
Sales BossGulf
Military of New Jersey," he said.
"There's a brand new jail In
Mays Landing and we certainly
American Land Corporation Identifying records filing system could fill It for them."

has appointed Maj.J adopted by the U.S. Army Mays Landing, some 18 milesto / With sod witr decks, _.h.d In in tutomttle washer and dried In LEVrS STA-PREST Stock, washed In the same washer and dried In the umtn
,Gen. Bruce Easley as direr for worldwide use In 1959- the west, Is the Atlantic automatic dryer TEN TIMES etmo out looking Uko thlil dryer TEN TIMES,cimt out looking like thlsl They hive never been Ironedl
tor of military sales programsfor considered one of the most 1m- County seat. The new jail was
both Its Cape Coral and ponant advances In Army management opened in February.
Golden Gate Estates develop- In the past decide. Maceo Turner, Negro presl.
Is recip- dent of the local branch of the
:ments. Maj. Gen Easley
Leonard ient of the World War 11 Vic- NAACP, said his chapter hadn't
Rosen president,
decided what action It would
'made the announcement from tory Medal. National Defense take this summer but Indicated
GALC headquarters Miami. Service Medal. Korean Service U would join the picket lines i,
Easley who will coordinate Medal. United Nations Service There Is no local CORE branch.
.sales for members of the Armed Medal and Army of Occupation Local civil rights participantswould
: Forces has been engagedIn Medal with Germany and attempt to use the nation.
Army administration efflc.leney Japan Cltsps. al publicity surrounding the con. T
work for than 20 ventlon to spotlight what they
have called "discrimination In r t !
t yea rI.
During World War Its as AdJutant Test Wings For cation"employment In ,this housing southern and New edu. ; 1 ;

General of the assem-. Use In Gemini Jersey oceanside resort. .
bly area command of the European In San Francisco, where the
j Theatre of Operations,S8. Craft Landings Republicans will hold their na.Nehru's <
year-old Easley directed and 'ct
A bat. a"ai
supervised of HOUSTON Tex. (AP)-
processing more like wing proposed for use lr
,,than 1,000,000 troops for redeployment ground landings of the two-mar Death
and the training ol Gemini spacecraft has been sue.
thousands of overhead personnel. cessfully tested at Edwards All
His work won him the Force Base, Calif.

Bronze Star Medal. Manned Spacecraft Center of Leaves India ,
He also developed a pro- flcials said the test Thursda:
gram for training Reserve Officers was the seventh In the para s
In the Far East, an enlisted glider series.
personnel replacement The simulated Gemini space With Crisis
craft was dropped from 33OCX, : r
system and a
; revolutionary
feet. The paragllder deployed
according to plan and lowered I NEW DELHI (AP-A hushed IpE :
the capsule to 15,000 feet wherea Parliament heard a warning to. h = 'As
parachute opened for descenl t day that a struggle for the gov. l
Citrus Group to the ground ernment leadership left vacant
Test objectives were to eval, by the death of Prime Minister .. :
Studies PlansTo uate the deployment of the wing: Nehru could plunge India Into ? :
and gather Information or crisis
stresses, J. B. Krlpalanl, an Independ.
Boost Sales The paragltder Is one of sew,. ent and long Nehru's most effec.,
eral devices being examined foi. live parliamentary foe, warned
LAKELAND (AP)-The FlorIda the spacecraft ground landings,. his opponents In Nehru's ruling
Citrus Commission Is con Congress party that an open
tderlng! two new ventures In 11 I fight among candidates for d \
effort to sell more Florida cal prime minister would be dan. $
Taxes To Be
rue one that would take It tc; gerous. \
the nutrition laboratories of th Acting Prime Minister G. U
I nation and the other the'| Campaign Issue Nanda, taking the top seat In "
would go right to the grass root! ,, Parliament for the first time,,
I of a golf course, appeared grave and moved *II
Both proposals were handed tc> Holley Says about restlessly In his chair >iKrlpalanl !
the commission's budget com declared: Ironingl&T&T j
mlttee Thursday to consider fl. MIAMI (AP- Rep Charles "Unity and consolidation are
nanclng. Holley, Republican nominee for our primary tasks now, and 1 I
The first Is a proposal for s i governor, says the principal Is. hope our colleagues on the Con.
survey of the opinions of Amerl. sue In his campaign with llaydon grass benches will be up to It."
lean nutrition scientists concernIng Burns will be taxes. U.S. Secretary of State Doan
the virtues of natural cltru s I i Holley told a news conference Rusk listened Intently from the UNDCTOUCHIO PMOtMMPM. oNo Pom1MC1IALTATI'
products In contrast to synthet,1 Thursday that under Burns, the gallery as Kripalanl eulogized
Ics. Democratic nominee, $100 mil Nehru, who died Wednesday])
The second Is a suggest n I' lion In new taxes will be enacted as a man who haled Commu SSTAES
that the commission sponsor i I, In the next two years to car nlst ruthlessness and Imperial.
$100,000 open golf tournamen t: ry out programs launched by ism and colonialism, and who
next March. by the drat legislature. Holley worked tirelessly for economic
Dr. Comes F. Enloe Jr., president said he could lighten the load progress for starving India.
of the New York firm through government economy Seven other Parliament members
which: handles the commission's Holley leader of the minority also eulogized Nehru. !
medical journal advertising account blor In the 1063 House, said his The capital's newspapers devoted .
proposed the survey. Democratic opponent will\ need front pages; to the crema.
The citrus Industry has depended more votes than he got In lawt tlon rites for the 74-year-olii
too long in its advertls Tuesday's primary If he Is to Nehru Thursday, But editorial
fog on the vitamin C containedIn win | November pages were given over to somber .
citrus. products, Enloe said Holley predicted he will get reflections on the future
Synthetics manufacturers mate two.loone.maiorittes In Pinedas There were demands that the
the same claim. and Broward counties half the Congress party settle its quar.
"Thus, the more we advertise vote In Dude ant that Orange reds quietly and make a unanl.
vitamin C alone, the more they County will go "heavily Repub. moos choice, to avoid feeding
..U." be said. lican' as It dill In 1960. the fires of factionalism and Ironing No Messy Drip-Drying No Clumsy Pants-Stretching !
He said the proposal, which "We will run strongly on both separatism that kept Nehru
was received enthusiastically by coasts and In the central area," from tearing India apart.
the commission, would cost$:sa,. the St. Petersburg legislator "In this hour of great sorrow," Forget your past disappointments with so called wash and wear. Here's the real thing! When you wash and dry LEVI'S
SOO. said. said the Indian express, "the
After several weeks of study, must rise to the
the commission's special golf Burns Holley on said the civil he differs rights Issue with occasion.Congress party STA-PREST Slacks you won't have to iron them.11Ie(1I stay as neat as the day you bought them. For LEVI'S STA-PREST

committee recommended sponsorship only in the method of fighting The Statesman said Nehru's
of a citrus tournament it and that as a native Florldl "reluctance to nominate or Sportswear will hold its press and sharp crease-w/tf wrinklmg-JitV its just-pressed look-washing after washing
next March at the Rio Plnar of leaders
an, "I feel an emotional reds groom any one the ss
Country Club in Orlando. tanre to his clear and undisputed successor .
Jim Caquln, PGA tournament integration would not have been so dls. drying after drying wearing after wearing!re
director, told the commission quitting had he left behind a
that the field would be tremendous Highway Patrol well-disciplined radre dedicated
with a $100,000 purse. He to the Ideals of Nehrulsm or MONEY-BACXCUARANTEEI IMS STA.PRCSTSportnootr Young Men's Sizes
also said that It would be"large Predicts 13 Will even a well-disciplined party
win glvo you the but wails end wear 98
ly self liquidating, and that the machine. 6
I commission would make backmost Die In Crashes After Nehru's deathPresident results you have ever enjoyed or your money hick
i' of its Investment. TALLAMASm (AP The Sarvepalll Radhakrlnhnan destg. 28 36 Waist
This proposal was also received Florida Highway Patrol predicts nated Home Minister G. U Nan.
t enthusiastically Memorial Day weikend traffic da acting prime minister to
)\ But Herbert Massey of Dade will kill 13 people/ In the Mate serve until the Congress party,
) City, chairman of the budget This Is said to be normal for a as the majority party in P aril...
r committee, warned that "you weekend period at this limo of mint, elects ehru's kurcessor BILL KEPP'S MEN'S SHOP
Both said
/ cant have everything. year. A Congress spokesman
art treat Ideas, he said but The prediction was based im parly leaders had not decided
the commission budget for next the fatality toll for tho paM three when to hold he election. 152 Downtown 5th Ave. CLOSED MEMORIAL DAYj
I year U already very tight weekends and the oxtlmalucl Increase The leading candidates are
I Both proposals were referred of traffic with the ad
to Ml committee for study and: tlon of Friday) to the weekend. Bahadur Shantrt, Acting Prime .n. _tarn wIT' "f' M....."....i.. .a.. u .. ewe ow, 1M e..e. d-'a"e..d.1IiW" "". _e c., M '"".,.-. ...'-I eta,p
a report al tl* commission'sJune Minister N-indj: and Finance
meet,. Drive Carefully; And Live Mlnloter T. T. Krishnamarhari,


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