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 31, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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106 Seniors At NHS Receive Diplomas Monday Night



Weather Outlook of FLA. H o ''fciw" OF FLORIDA HISTORY High u. Service Tonight

a.M..M.. I M..M..
Considerable cloudiness through ''May JI I 1:00 2:10 ':17: ti3lI Climax of die commence:

Monday with scattered shewers. .- June I 1:80 101; I:III IOi3J Dime season In Collier County -

Low tonight near 70. high MondayIn June 2 (00 1:1710:11IIt21: will coins at 8 o'clock Mon-

tile mld-gOs, vsrlable mostly ollier d fie 2 8:53 882; 12121> day night when 106 seniors at

oath aid southwest 8 to 15 mil oun ERl r iuu I 7:39 ? 2* 12:16: 1:12: Naples Senior I High march down

wind one hour for Naples) Bay the aisle of the auditorium of

llridm- on the Trail the high school to the strains

SUNDAY, MAY 31, W4 10 CENTS 24 PACES /0h, YE +R u6ER 11 M I one hour for MarroALEX of the "Grand March" from
Q Verdi's "Alda". They will receive -
their diplomas from Willlan -

I U. Reynolds, Collie i
. Hundreds Of New Homes county school Superintendent

The Hev. Dr. Ilarland D.

4 t-a iic of the Emmanuel
I Lutheran Church will give

Big New Plans For Marco 11 dn the'isej invocation.will be given Salutatory by Stanley ad-

; ticipation"Hoynton and on the by subject Ellen Whit-An-

tin on"hat Is feat is I I'ro-

Valedictorian for the occasion

Old Village To Rise Aqain tta"who.will b speak Clirbtine on'Traestan-Campeau

I rincipil E.W.Woodruff will
: present time class for their diplomas .

and make the presentation -
V of awards

Old Marco Village once the now is the time for Mane tc Resource Corporation, has been "Due to the tact that much of i'wo sons will be sung by
home of the Calusa Indians and rise again, and hence are advising responsible for many of Naples' this area to the south is within time llljh; school chorus wider
located on one of the highest the public that Old Mar o finest homes as well as such the Everglades National Forest time direction of Miss Polly
points of land In Southwest Flor Village Is In the process of om. outstanding apartments as the we are assured that this terrU J C Jenkins, "Climb Every Moun
Ida, is now In the process of plete development. Bahama Club, the Reef Club, tory will remain In Its present tain" by hedgers.!: and Miller-
development and will shortly be Kingsbury, who has developed Gulf Shore Colony Club, Man. unspoiled state." Jacluon's "I.rt there be Peace
the site of hundreds of homes, land In Mexico, Venezuela Canada lion House and the Carriage Club. a on, isnh.' After the presen-
the First Florida Real Estate California and Arizona "WILL RISE AGAIN""As tattoo of ilw
said that hundreds of homesites ANCIENT TRADITION Professor Tebeau statesIn /
Mart, Inc., announced yester Ff4&w.. .
14\ will the "Ainu
are now available at Old Marco. "Two thousand years ago Mar his book,'Florida's Last Fron. sing;
day.Located on Big Marco Island Village, both for living and as co Island was the abode of the tier' Marco will rise agaln Mati'r.
adjacent to Big Marco Pass investment opportunities.Big Calusa lequesta and Seminole this proves Itself to be a very Thin benediction" will he given
and Collier City, Old Marco Vll Marco Island Is the largest Indians," said Kingsbury. "This sagacious prediction. The prA. by (rime| Rev Ur. I-ague after
lage is part of the property in the chain of the Ten Island was the favorlty haunt of sent owners are the heirs and a which tlie. class will march:
owned by Col. Jake Ruppert and Thousand Islands and is sltua buccaneers, both Spanish and assigns of the Ruppert Interests, out In a unit to Char's "I'mnp
his heirs. ted about 21 miles from Naples British sod American prlva who purchased this land in the TASETANO right who operates the Marco lodge on Marco Island and Circumstance,' played on

The new land development pro. seven miles from the Tamlaml teersmen. middle twenties and had actually- tells Huntington H. Kingsbury, something of the history of the Island the orjjan' : by George Booker
gram of First Florida Real Es. Trail and has easy access to "This area was, at one time, begun development."As where Old Marco Village will stand The work is now in \progress' of .1" .
Ute Mart, Inc., a division of Miami and Fort Lauderdale as under the Spanish flag followed a matter of tact, the old velopment by the First Florida Real: Rotate Matt, Inc,. represented by I* \UL; \t'IU. VTC
First Florida Resource Corpora. well as Fort Myers Sarasota, by 20 years of British rule be. slde-walks are still extant. It Kinjfsbury. Buildings have been torn down and fish puts demolished to
handled St. Petersburg and Tampa. tore finally reverting to the was to be known as Collier City, The Ron. David Lanler will
tlon Is being by Hunting.
the make room for the big new land project which is located on the high
The First Florida Real Es. Americans It is development company was the Hive the Baccalaureate address
ton H. Klngsbury, widely known Today a per.
real estate developer. tate Mart Inc., First Florida fectly magnificent fishing and San Marco Corporation.Old Mar. ground adjacent to the famed Marco Island Inn. Kinjfsbuiy says approximately at U o'clock tonight in the Naples
"Old Marco Village rises to. Building, Naples Is the exclu, shelling area. From Naples south co Village rises today on the sits 42 acres have already been cleared which was once the favorite senior (Ugh School Auditoiluin. -
Old Marro VII. of the 1927' planned development spot of the Calusa Indians and later Spanish and Hritnh burtanrcis The
day on the site of the planned slve agent to the Shark River is still an Barbara Johnson, a
1927' development which was halted lage. The parent organizationof almost virgin wilderness and con. which was halted by the collapse First Florida Real Estate Mart, Inc., is a division of "rust "Florida\ Resource: ,member thesenlorclass will

as a result of the collapse of First Florida Real Estate sequently a paradise for fisher of subsequent the Florida nationwide land boom, the Corporation and the agents for the land development ( McGrath photo) /give: the Invocation and I.litdaI
the Florida Land Boom," said Mart, Inc., the First Florida man and hunters. deprea.lion *
and finally by v orld Warn I Lon Williams, another member
Klngsbury. ." of the elms will give tlic benediction. -

ed"Tons In and of old fill buildings have been demol pour .5. 1k7k.k7ka. 7k7ttk11(7k Klngsbury Is a graduate of Good Catches McSwain, Bank 24 Of Florida ,

ished. Today, with thousands Stanford University and Stan Tlio I Ugh school chorus under
of people moving to Florida an. ford University Law School. He Of Board time direction of Miss Jenkinswill
nually, the West Coast of FlorIda raduatiuIdition Is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Naples iilng two numbers, V, Wil-
Is assuming Us rightful posl Zeta PsI; Skull and Bones, Al. In GOP liams' )lJlt' Nomine" and
tlon as the best place to live pha Delta Phi; Zeta PI Interns.. Reported Chairman DiesAnsel Delegates ttnxkhy's "I'll Walk With
tional, New York the Unlvertslty ,
and the wisest land. Investment } Gal" George Booker will be
In the Southeastern part of tl* Club and the Mexico CUt Lewis kicSwalnchalr time organiit' : : for both the processional -
United States." See Section 8 Country Club. jf hose of the board of directors
He served ss an officer In the Fish Tourney .' Backing Barry and rccesslotiaU!
offices Kingsbury in Naples, who, will said maintain the Hup. V& Navy in World War O sn4is the Bank of Naples, died Friday Everglades'): High School had

pert heirs have "reaJaiad Wwt-jI... JI...... ... Jf. .. ... a member of the Veterans at lIght at Naples Community commencement/ exercises I rl-
S .. .JI. .. .JI. ." Foreign Wars and Use A CoBiUetlug Ua s.jxx\d wi4k. llojrltsl: lie was M years! old* MIAMI (AP>-Thv nlpleld\ mi. day-nl ht" for ys graduate and
stions this r..r1 CirhIf pledged Re' ubllcad fuMwillon. j
lope <
Legion. A native of Mississippi, Me- Carver high School of Naples
legato Plechdn
First Florida Real Estate !Naples Fishing well'TournamentIs Swain moved to Naples in 1936 primary mill loan: heavily! I... held rOil II I K'fll'rllJeJU the same
reported"going by Tour
a Mart, Inc, In addition to Us
and had recently built a new for
niglit two
nament Chairman "b""I'\JI'r"" ward Son Dairy GuMwii.. eat ; graduates:
Naples offices .
office at Old Marco, maintains sales Smith. home st 1400 Pine Street, East A rl ion 11, but hlf obey hive tu liniriokalee High: School held!
R Village. oSmith staled that the first Incomplete Naples lie was formerly the patch up an lntr.iurl| ) spill| Incw commencement/ Thursday night!
Sinclair Refining Co, for iipltsJJv. for of
e a report by the 20 tour agent J-l graduates: I First the
n Fatal CrashAt namtnt weigh stations throughout Collier County and was s real rankli-d utralglit coiinncncenicnt exercises In the
Sy the Naples area shows some outstanding estate salesmanwlththc Naples line Rel.uhl l!kiln. by his rejw'tin county was held at Hethune High
catches already entered Real Estate Exchange lie had of a pledged si,it* eat electors achool In linmokalee Wednesday
w Speedway A good many 14, 18 and been chairman of the board of sponsored by the party urginl-: night for eight: graduates
t 20.pound snook have been enter the lank of Naples since 1949.He ( ration\ In favor lit INN hvudinl by
J k ed. So far, however, lop hon was a member of the Dap U.s. Rep. William Cramer of St,
INDIANAPOLIS Ind. (AP) ors for this species go to John Petrsl!>urj.
A disastrous, !hamlng crash tUt Church Britain Asks
Gorbatch of 1)onita.. Sin Ings who
killed one driver and Injured at Besides his w Idow,M rs.Anna Thn party fclult, 11I'lull..1. l dy
captured a 27 9i pounder while
Lee M&Swatn.hc ISiu/'Ylvedby Tom Fairfield Drown, Mali COP Soviet To HelpIn
least five others at the start of fishing out of Bud llogue's Fish
Charles McSwain of chal noun, ami I nillllimiln WlU
the 48th Indianapolis SOO mile 27th.' two sons,
Camp May
auto I lendorsonvllle andGcnc Ham Pawlpy race yesterday. Some other leaders reported ,N.C., ,
versed to unpledged under H<>r.
Eddie Sachs of Detroit, 37' in the Incomplete returnsto of Fort lluachuca: Ariz; two Ida law LONDON AP
when Gnlr gave ( ) Britain
year-old veteran of eight Me. dates Sophia Cully of /ft.Petersbuig brothers, Clifford and Milton, the nod tuCraiiifr'. jrinip. asked the Soviet Union today to
I mortal Day classics, was dead with a S pound 4 both of Donlta Springs) and two The result was a rift\ In party Ji In her In halting the new out.
II II I on arrival at the Speedway Hoe ounce grouper caught May 21st sisters, Mrs. Effie Llles and loyalty and charges by Brown burst of Communist aggression
I pltal. off the Naples Pier; Henry A. Mrs. Inez Oglcsby, both aho that Coldwaler brnkii a nmmlt. In Laos.
y1 4 Jones, Jr of Miami with a 2 of Uonlta Springs, and two merit with the Mate urganUatlmi Britain and the Soviet Union,
x Rookie Dave MacDonald, 20,
pound 0 ounce Pompano also
and as tutlialriiu-n the
Crainor < Geneva
was making
grandchildren. a grab
A SUCCESSOR TO NLHRU.-Although Gulzanlal Nanda (left) was sworn in as acting J the Riverside northwest, Calif.turn, whose during spin-on the caught off the pier on May |'7tti| Arrangements Ionic funeral for control of the party nu h, cimririnio on Laos, have a
prime minister of India at the death of JawaharUl Nehru, he will probably not become second a 13 pound ounceredfiahcaught arc being held pending the Inerv pedal 1 tft>\M nkibillly to try to
I lap triggered the flaming up
Nehru Lal Bahadur Shastrl (center) who served Nehru May 19th off the pier by DonnaL. An Associated maintain there
I permanent successor ss un- pileup, was reported In extreme. arrival of the lon, Gene Mc- Press poll of 24 peace
official deputy after the late prime minister suffered a stroke in January, !Is considered J ly critical condition. Hatley of Naples a 3 pound jwaln from ;,Arizona Friends of the 34 veiling dclwgates show The British government's appepeal
the most likely successor But Mrs. Indira Gandhi, (right) Nehru daughter. J is also being 12 ounce snapper caught May S3 that the majority Mill wire loyal tu stop the Pathet Lao of.
mentioned. Sachs burned to death beforehe from the pier, by Gerald J. Win. may call at the Hlchard A. to Mwater but waltlns for a fenslvt was cmitalnod: In mew
could be removed from his prier of Naples) and a 3 pound liiman i-uncral Home from sign from him asking for NUM| sage delivered to time Soviet
I :smashed car, 2 ounce trout caught May 23rd p.m. to 9 p.m. "Iollda y.P.I purl foreign Ministry In Moscow
Hindu Leaders Confer About Electing Chief Also rushed by ambulance to by Charles R. Sheen of Naples
,the field hospital were Bobby fishing from the Isles of Capri .u...-a.a..1.--:: -.1 -

NE.U DEUn! India (AP) met today in Nehru's official would not campaign to succeed :Unser, Albuquerque, N. M., Fishing Lodge.Chairman ri
The hip command of India's mansion, so that Ms mourning her father She had been consid. 'Norm Hall of Hollywood Calif. Smith reporte that
ruling Congress party metSttur. daughter, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, Bred a possible candidate, :'Johnny. Rutherford Fort Worth, entries are already being report.
day to discuss the selection of a could take part. Reports spread through Con. Tex., and Ronnie Duman Dearborn ed to the tournament for possible ,
successor to the late Prime I Mich. prizes In the category of outktawl. i
Mrs. Owdhi, an Influential fig. gress circles that Mrs. Gandhi k.
Minister Nehru ure in Congress politics, report. was Interested In Joining the Unser was only burned on the tag or unusual catches with a half
The leaders are striving to edly Informed the 18-member Cabinet later as foreign minis. ':neck. His car sped through the ounce blowfish caught on ro avert a power struggle that committee Friday right that she ter. names, but he did not crash. reel b> Lee Richardson of \a; ,
could rock the party and endan. Unser, driving a Studebaker plea from the t pier nn Mal] 20th. W
ger the nation's stability. Ferguson, said one car veered The trnrnament this ,ear will ;6i
The Immediate task before the I sideways, hit s retaining wall I rout ic*. through Julj 4th. It eta
.--M.... ...... ::::.F. !A "'@t1 a
high command, known as the and caught on fire ls' die H Into three main ate. /
working committee, was to set a "When I got there the car 01I i I fortes with the Clt} of Naples'
date for electing a parllamen. fire bounced across the track ;Recreation JJet.artment"JOIIlIOr
tar) leader who automaticallywill and hit my left rear. I went Intoi become head of govern. x 7o +as spin but went right on through i anglers; the Naples" Ja; bees In '
mesh the: fire area out Into the open" 't charge of the contest for 13
The committee also dellberat. Unser said he was all right :I rear olds and tounger and the .,
ed whether to agree on a candidate I ind had suffered onl) minor <)ver all sponsor, the Greater Na i '1
and offer official advice to I burns, |pies Chamber of Commerce i
other Congress party membersIn beet ,

parliament. The party's mem. s ..yl'ad'rrtw *, rOr"
bens of Parliament will elect Bender Wins 3 a e
Academy t C.
the man who gets the top Job.A / (#
move to postpone the sue
cession Issue for two months has i r 8 a 1'.

proved extremely unpopular In I ) Appointments Takes CG
Congress circles. The postpone. ;
ment proposal was seen as a c ,
a move to enhance the positionof
acting Prime Minister G. 1.. r Robert Bender, s graduating my at \ew London, Conn. The w!
Nanda, who moved up from his flJ senior at Naples High School senior U one of the 11 honor
Cabinet post of home ministerto U having to turn down two graduates 1/llh<' (pans )f iOS4: ,
form s caretaker govern appointments to service scad and alai Is a inenbe 1 of tic,
mesh after Nehru died Wednes cmUs.HU. Beta Club, which recognizes

father, George Bender, achievements in the claiiioom
day.Backers of Lai Bahadur Shas. ,', a teacher at the high school, and in actIvlilts.iU .
trl, minister without portfolio, report that his son received graduate in this eon
resisted the postponement So appointment to the UANaval grcJilonal diatrktquaUfledfor
., wM
did the supporters of rfght-wing i\i. : 4 t' Academy, tu. Coast Guard i the :vaval: Academy exam, and
candidate Morarjl Desai s for .tN"
finance minister feast Academy and 1 C.). Merchant Bender's score was highest.He .
tier -.IIi
into (NEA Radio-Telephoto) Marine Academy, was erne of eight In Florida
brew the Congress party an
jproar by letting It be known he C1UNDI DISCII'LE-Jawaharlal Nehru, deceased leader of Young RobenQU.IJledforall selected to the Merchant Marine \ STUDENT GOVERNMENT leaders at Naples Junior High next school year

.as going to fight for the top job India, came to power. a follower of Mahatma GandhL Theyare three appointment through Audemy.TbeColJtOUlrd will be ( from left) mayor Gary Williams, vice-mayor Mary Boynton, .ee.
eon U party solidarity was en. shown together in a picture taken in 1940 Nehru was competitive examination, and Academy competition was na retary Nancy Parker, and treasurer Jerry Davis. New officers were intro
dangered India first and only prime minister. He died at New Delhi he has decided to enroll next tionwide with no geographical duced to student body Thursday as assembly in school auditorium.
The Congress party c immlttee as a result of a stroke and heart attack fall at the Coast Guard Acade 'JI<

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. 2 CDLUKK COUNTY NEWS Sunday, May SI, usaI JFK Memorial ,

'_ .. ..... ...: : ;..:.... ..,... !, Selling .5
'" : '" : ::=-' ..i i17iT'W':: Kr \: I Stamps 1 '

I ; EvergladesBy ''tbs N Like Hot Cakes AH'.41

J..v NEW YORK (AP)-The John

Juanlta Weldon F Kenned memorial stamp. is*
-, sued on the late president's 47th Y
blrthda) annlversan) sold in the .
Friday night, the Everglades Ing the summer and join the millions across the nallnn. V*
High School seniors, one of the Nav>' In the fall It appeared that the (.cent
largest graduating classes In the Jane Maxwell, born In De. stamp would set a new first.da\

school's history, received their trait, Mich., In 1943, moved to A sales record
diplomas In a very Impressive Everglades two years ago DurIng A total of 8,000first.da) ov.
ceremony. her freshman >year she wasa { t'f6ere sold Frida) In the first
See pictures elsewhere In this Girl Scout and a V.F.W., She few hours after the tiny post sat*
Issue was a member of the Pep Club 1e.y flee opened at Hyannis Port,
Virginia Ann Rlndy received during the llth grade and on the $ gy Mass., where the Kenned fam
,the $100 scholarship award from Annual stalf during her senior ill has picked up its summer
'the Woman's Club. year. Jane Is leaving next week mall for ears.
K:: At this time we would like to for Detroit and plans to attend Sales in New York Clt
spotlight each one of these de. business school there next year, climbed into the millions with

serving young people and tell ae Betty Ann Byrd, born In Homo y > / I bwp Manhattan post offices alone reoPOl.tlni ,
little of their background and ssasa In 1940, moved to Ever / 1 y the purchase of 3,136,700
their future plans. Here they glades during the summer two 'ahf 4 "if the issue, which bears the
0 are In random order years ago, entering the 11th gradeIn president's image and a draw.
Peter Weeks has attended the Everglades High School during ing of the eternal light that
Everglades school during most of the fall Belt Ann attended the ww'f i burns on his grave In Arlington -- ....
his school years and was quite elementar grades In !Homossasa National Cemetery.
e active In sports the whole time. and began: her high school In "9 In Boston, the city the late (NEA

,0 He was a member of the basketball Crystal River. She was a mem, Y president called home, Postmaster PROPOSED BVNNER-Prime Minister Lester Pearson has unveiled the official -I
team all four high her of the Pep Club during the General Walter A, Cronouskl
during of his proposed new Canadian national flag There are three red maple leaves on a
school years, In the Pep Club In Oth, 10th and 11th grades, member presented memorial albums of stem on a white field, with two vertical blue borders.
the 11th grade, on the baseball of the Senior 4.II Cut! >during the stamp to the Kennedy's
C team during the 9th and 10th the 9th and 10th, a Homecoming mother and his close friend, struck the president just a bit
? grades and on Annual staff and Queen candidate during the 9th Richard Cardlna Cushing Convict Hoffa First Shot That lower, it would have knocked
Millions of
1 a member of the E Club during and 12th grades, secretary and the stamps were to the floor of the
him and
(. his senior year, treasurer during the 11th and 1 2th ----.-. ----. .._........... ......"''''....'''.... ..._j"'.. sold In the Boston area. Hit Kennedy Also thus removed him from car the line
"Butch" Hughes bom In Fort on the ncwspajier staff during Some 1,500 visitors swarmed Of
e 'Lawyer Jury of sight of the second shot.
Myers In 1946, has Jived In Ever. the 11th und 12th, on the Annual (NEA Telephoto) let into Kenned, N.Y., a tiny ham. Struck ConnallyDALLAS Doctors say Kennedy more
I glades all his life. lie was hand staff, u member of Student Coun. IN !\fEMORIAl\I-President Johnson paid tribute to the late to get the Kennedy postmarkon (AP-The first but than likely would have recovered .
9 member In the 9th grade, and ail, Library Club and teielved President John F. Kennedy by placing a wreath at his graveon stamp envelopes with the memorial Fixing ChargeT. let fired at the limousine carry. from the Initial shot t
was a member of the baseball the D.A.R. Award during her the eve of what would have been Kennedys 47th birth. Some Inj President John F. Kennedy It had been believed that the
team during the 9th and 10th senior sear, Betty Ann plansto day Mrs. Johnson is In background. supply post offices said their (Tommy) Osborn Jr., dls'Nov, 22 struck Kennedy In the first shot hit Kennedy In the
grades, basketball In the 10th, attend a secretarial school hours was exhausted within barred Nashville attorney, has': back, emerged from his throat back, the second hit Connally
tilth and 12th, and truck during next year, after the stamp went on been convicted of trying to set; and'lien pierced Texas Gov and the third smashed Into the
tithe 11th and 12th; wis a member Believed In sale.Other up a fixed Jury to try his former *'John Connalley's body, television president head.Steelhead .
Kennedy TryingTo cities with
oof? the E Club and on the Annual VALEDICTORIAN large sales client Teamsters Presl' station KRLD said In a
*staff during his senior )'ear.eButch Virginia Ann Rind)' was born In reports were Philadelphia, 500,. dent James R. Hoffa. copyrighted story.
plans to work totally this MloIml. but lived III Everglades all 000; Washington 400,000;; St. Osborn, one of Tennessee's\ close to the trout often live
Quoting sources
summer and alien I Edison Jun. her life. She |pills, the piano, for Louis, Mo., 100,000; Chicago, most highly respected young Warren Commission Investlgat to be seven years old,
Clot college next fall I'the Sunday SI'hllol and Is a mom. Right Wrongs Widow Says 300,000 000 ; and San Francisco, 700,. attorneys alter his representation Inc the assassination the Dal.
Jack Davis, horn In Cross I her of the Community Church, of the plaintiffs in the fa. las station said the second rifle
>City In 1940, moved to Ever pirned' the honor of Valedlitor HYANMh; PORT Mass, tAP) but from all over the wot'Id. lie moue Tennessee apportionment bullet mortally wounded Ken. Title Companyof
glades when he was a month !Ian, was member of the Heta One of John f'. Kennedy'sfirm said It would be aimed partlcu. Oldest City Seeks case that went to the nedy In the head, and that the
old, lie began his school ('ur. I'Club, u sl.1t1"lIl'\an\ and In the beliefs, his widow says, larly to young people and wouldbe Supreme Court In 1962, was third went wUd.Representatives. Naples
eer In Everglade when he was lund' during all four high shad was that "one should try to dedicated to politics and public Way To Lessen convicted Friday night of the of the commission .
six years old and has continued 'years, president of her lais In right wrongs." life. Racial Tension first count of a two-count In* made a detailed re. ABSTRACTS BSCROWg
on for the next 12 ( onset'utlve 'the 9th grade, secretary In the Mrs. Kennedy said Friday on The program Included film dlctment. enactment of the assassination P.ppard Bldg
years. He was on the l iskt-tlull> ) '10th, and was vice.president, II il. an Internitlonal television pro. clips showing the president last ST. AUGUSTINE Fla. (AP) The jury of 10 men and two Sunday They used the rifle be. MI J.SOSI
and bark teams during the 11th 1 loween Queen, Annual staff ed. !gram that her husband also be. year In West Berlin and before -This troubled odd city sought women found Osborn Innocent lieved to have fired the fatal <(. Fifth Art, So.
and 12th grades, on thn Annual Itor, on the nevs-paiier staff lleved "one's aim should not be the Irish Parliament yesterday to ease racial tensions of a second count. The verdict bullets, and conducted the tu
stMf and a Halloween King ram ind treasurer of the Student Coun. to live the most comfortablelife Mrs. Kennedy disclosed that at which for four nights in a row came after two hours and 52 enactment at the site of the w. j.
dldate during his sonloi year. :ail during her senior. Virginia! one man can make a the last minute In West Berlin have spawned mass Negro dem. minutes of deliberation. shooting. t.Ma. ) N.,....
Ark ,plans' to work )orally dur has several plans for the sum difference and that every man,. the preside obtained t Ger. onstrations and threatened vlu. Osborn 44, could receive a KRLD said medical opinion hln. 'Ia.
mer, but plans, to attend Edison: should try." man translation to make his lence. sentence of up to five years 1m holds that If the first slug had
Junior College In the fall. She The assassinated president's famous declaration "Ich bin elnBerliner" Police have asked Negroes to prlsonment and a $5,000 fine
.- .- .- wants to be u school tea<'her or philosophy was broadcast by his -I am a Berliner. stay out of downtown streets at The count on which Osbornwas
;. : YOU'LL "Junior Dullard, born In Ar arranged as a tribute on what phrase had a big Impact on free Leadership Conference, headed "knowingly willfully and cor. WANT NAPLES HOUSE
.ir. radio, In 194G, moved to Ever. would have been Kennedy's 47th Germany and also the words by Dr. Martin Luther King, ruptly endeavoring" to obstruct
Lova glades III '"4. H' attended first birthday, went to East Berlin and East says protest marches will con justice by directing Nashville
IT. e graden/ I...llellearcondgrad'in. Mrs. Kennedy and the presl. Germany and elsewhere He tlnue. patrolman Robert D, Vlck to HAVE MIAMI HOUSETO
l..kl'I.ln.1 l mid Moire. haven Dur dent's brother, Atty. Gen. Rol>. said It means that "we can tie Several hundred chanting No.groes contact Ralph A, Elliott, a pros
,. lag the summer of 54 he and ert F. Kennedy, spike from the partners," marching two abreast, pective juror in Haifa's recent EXCHANGE
DUCK VAUDEVILLE S St his family, (LeuU S.nallard,Sr.) living room of the seaside sum. Lemass said Kennedy' visit ,stopped just short of the forbidden jury tampering trial, and prom.
'-, moved to ovpl'glII, and Junior mer home of Joseph P. Ken. to Ireland was meaningful be. white district Friday night Ise him $10,000 to vote for an
bRINO YOUR entered lid third grade In Ever tardy, former ambassador to cause 'he was a descendant of Fared with a score of policemenand acquittal. The, Hoffa trial was WALTER M FREEMAN CORP.
fkrF.N0ar001 Clailoti lctiientarvSliHi.IIeW3S I: | Great Britain and the patriarchof emigrants. who went to America small gangs of white heck later moved I to Chattanooga ,
the Kemii' clan. and did wl.IU' lers the turned back., Osborn's disbarment
ui live In many things during his dy Negroes .when be* REALTORS
e high siluiol years IK was V..lrt*. Another brother, Sen. EdwardM Since Hut time, Lemasi said, No one was Injured. The only caune pu llc,
president, of his dIII"1 during the Kennedy, D-Mass., was on "Ihe! Irl!;/t: people have been reported Incidents ,involved a Thecount on which Osborn 5829 SW 73rd St. S, Miami Ph Arts Code 303-661-1641:
Oth, 10th, and Illh grolt's'played: the program from Dublin, Ire. mole '1Idtudand" more assured- newsman chased by ,four white,wa.acciultUd.: ..cbar w1.hlm with
e 1 luselull duilng the 9th and 10th land, by a picture and sound thsatl Is 'What his visit meant to men to bla car and a photog.directing Harry Beard, Lebanon'

SS grubs, a 1"kl'th.IIIII.1y'r, |, In the signal bounced from Tclstar II J ... irapher who said Ms camera was Tenn., also now disbarred, to
r5 loll llth and 12th, slug (tn tlihoin < whUi| brought the European segnitres Seii/Vi'iinoilyJUifl! n'nlW nut smashed. t'.1 I.1lani < .promise gut P9Qo Du u.ilrrfson !
Sy/ <' *'lulho 9th amllOtlifriih'!4r'. 'Jtjtyie), United States and[Zpe, Tfcpptlon which Impressed.. ./Kins-in j SouthernCplUprnla/ to MS 1f rt.3v'Jl' a ax A WARM
\pLn'ed>I In (hub.in I lullie Dlhgraok'a: relayed the American portion toa thl late preMdtriT,TV( U/ but sent a telegram to President acquittal llrsplracy Rot( s..1 O\z..}=,IQ.
IN NAPLES ON U.S 41 IIlIlhll, Track temi during the. llth number of European stations. "his under standing of' Ireland's! Johnson requesting rI pro trial. :

. . e and. 12th, "I'I.'IIhlo'lit| ol the Student Also participating were Mayor sense bf 111 (.[),. M-n.se of late, teUlon. A L. 0I.
r. Com n'i U) in the 1 2th: : a member of Willie Brandt from West Berlin of Its lltvratUjt, fit it" ,/t'" l)
the 1, Clllhdlll'llIl:th.12Ih.1I1I1 W ison and Harold D. Macmlllan for. deafrlPpd" Kennedy ct I. "THANK
sitar British "n11 artir she YOU"to
liar Allllnlls.11I! dllrlllg that' 1211gi'idr prime minister
fiom London. Irish had sall< "'I know how much
Prime Mln. ; my
MPLE Junior Slain 1 1 to work loi'alh
inter Sean. Lemass husband valued friend. if12).y.
joined Sen. your
$ dm Inc the summi months mil :
alt"IIII"IIII.ltco( this fall. Kenned from Dublin. ship
The program was presentedlive MacmllUir"' said that .for the
Calh\ bnulUiMMl, Uun In Fort 1 1Meis bj CBS but for technical three years we worked top.ther .
In 1940, llvedonChokolos. reasons; the picture part was lost -we were dose friends from the
EATRE kei 1st.ind fin the list seven ,1 for than first eight minutes of the beginning We didn't negutlattt
}1'.II'Sllf hart life.Shl'itlemledthu I I half-hour progiam. but met, as partners."
1st tail 2nd grades, on I II he Isl.ind. Mrs Kennedy said the family He said that Queen Elizabeth
MAY 10th THRU MAY l thAsun. She moved tu IveiRli.en liter ''wanted the Kennedy Memorial had a"k"d0 be, the first donor 1717 PEOPLE
I that and entered third grade In i Llbrarj, a $10.nillllon project to to a fund 4 Mon Tuei.Tfce :the IveiRluhs: HI hool.. hlie his I IIHIII be built hoar Harvard Unlversl. scholarships to British students.
vei\ ad I vo duilni Inch I I Isi I)', to ln "so much more than a They Will study In America
i h,1,1 aiua. She was ,i mijor" I I"Ih' I memorial we want It to keep much as American students
old I a nu'mU-i' ol the Kind i iluitiir alive the things he believed In have studied over the years
CeremonylaurehceHarVfey ill loin liiLjisthouleirs: and iIII i Mood for'' through Rhodes hohrshlps i at r
the hoi'us dm'Inc the 9th) and The attorney general sold that Oxford In England: Ho said he who worked and voted
10th !kt'.ides, manner ol the Stu I the: library will have a study In. hoped many English students
lent, Cmmi In the llth giade. 'statute attached to It which would go to Massachusetts to
a Sarah Miles Milloueeii Qiiien i imllilite hi the 'would be available\ to studtnts study at Harvard and Massachu. for in the election.We
me recent
RobertWalker' 1th .i nu'mlvr of the Pep Cluli I IIII not 11(11) from the United States s"'tts Institute of Ttchnologj. .
11I11 OSlO!..*.,uiio.i"IL the llth, on the ut'wetuler| |< The British also (plan> a memo
st.ilf, \iinu.il st.iff.ind v l<'e"prl'lIl| Club i: during lift junior year. rlil to Kennedy ut Runn>'nu>dc> the
WED.THUR.FRI dent ol Ih Student C>im'il dUI'. ]Mirle plant' to get a job In theseuitallal where the Magna Carla was again carried all pre-

-=- "" tag her senior year, Cathy sas i flolt. signed, from which, said Mac
JEAN $IMMOIIS. ROBERT PRESTON I she Is going to '.1t lf" as much John Dh'kt'rm.III, (born III Ro:in' mill\ in, "came all free gnvurn
I IK, (Hissibie this summer and ments and everything Jack Kell. cincts in the
M <[kc>, Vir., In 194G moved to Ml Naples area.
All the!! Way HOME I to: I'usliioss sihiKil In I the ill. I mil when he was very small, lied) lleved In"
., The prt'"lIh-III' tlilhdaj also
'Ho itU'iideil Elementary School )
lance WI11I.IIIHe., l IN'n, In PI,ml '
City I ) In 1940! moved to I\eiclides |nt IlIlhl.III.1 Park, Junior high was marked( b> Issuance >( Ken.
Sttiool, In, the Robert E, Lee and nedy ccimnicmuruttve st.nnpM
SATBERN when In- win, liveeiis
old He | To the 1761 who
win one of the fi.ur 1(1"ltlllII"1I '1It'IlIn his high school years in which In Boston :done had a aleof voters
Jackson' High. lie moved to Man 1.8 million
Mho 101.II'h',1 then ",'hool, laieets" '
In, Iht' list ciidc, hole. Dative' rotStitlon in 19GI and finishedhis In the tiny lljannis Port Peat
.iw. r llup.l I 1 lusketlull dining his : high Nihool in Everglades| Office, i ne short 1>1"H k from the voted for my opponent, I holdno

.w saw. scare I iieshniiuear ,ind \\'.is on tht'111111,11 High lie was vice president of late ""relold..nt'llummt'r home,
his class ilui" his freshman more than 8,000 firsMay rov.
\ stall( dm'nut his senior
r leu. He I,huts to voik Imall) teat, was j IIIl'la"t'r: of the track era, the entire supply| | ) were sold ill will. This is the
In the first lu of way
to. emu, hour the
fJt this Miminer and join the N.iv\ Inline the 9th, 11th and
DRIVE IN : 12th grades, \ post office was (open
I III the (.ill. plied baseball In
\.f AIL THEUREt the 9th and loth, football In the na A+r do
; we things in America.
.. 9th and 10th, volley ball .n the A r..vuril' m Chen Chase
UUTATOUHN !Mil and 10th, basketball\ In the Md. was Allison Blame McQuin HIGHEST SCHOLASTIC AWARD-Jenifer Watkins -
Period Of Ma il ale Weeks,learn In Newoi k !9th/ iud 13th, was a member the whittling mail lattur During (shown ), a member. of the graduating classat
(MAY loth 111 I MAY ISth. I4 K tile, Ins lived S In lu-rKlidiMfoi; uf i the Model" Club In the 11th, World war II, \UQum sig'
St. Ann's Catholic School received the Naples
the t list five \eais. hho Is.i meat. i iI the E: Club In the 12th and was nailed to houaewllea with the Let's all
Sun Men I hC'I' oftheCommiimh. ChunhSuii. mi i ida the \nnnil staff and a member mating call of the Cardinal, when Chic Association's award for the highest scholastic give our whole-
: r >' School tMI'lIt'II'thl' honor of l I ol the Student Count'11 durIng he had a letter tr"fIa husband average for girls at St Ann's. Her prize wasa

the Saluta orlan, was "tatisli'Lm" t ] hit senior year, a\\i> in the tiM $:>0 saunas bond (McGiath photo) hearted
1 I during all four nlchm'hix>l tears, James Landrum, born In Fort -- .. support to Mrs. Bar-
-- .... _
l president of. her class dm'Inft the ;I briers in 1946 moved to Eves j ._ -- .. ..-
CAMBO"ii.i"IH1i, 10th! 11th and) 12th:: grades' mom |glades: one ear ago. He was t .
Si.fI TWINS let of the Beta. Club dui'Ing the rett and all the
PLUS '.:0'" nMruas i I member of the F.r.X. durin ( BEAUTY AND THE BEACHSail other win-
10th and 12th, on the nottsuicr| | I t he: lilt and 10th Brides w,n '
ttti.STbRY. staff during the 11th, am) was i m the i mltrv JullllIr: team altar \j
Back Door
I ON assistant edatnr of the newsus'r. I Inc, the !Oth and 10th, on the Par Up. To Your ners of their
PAGE ONECew.r.eooE Hornet'onlng i and! of the Libras C'lu.Inrl\ on lhrt|Inc the mil and) Oth I ai, i Jo:n,1 i iIhe I bedrooms and bath this
I Four to serve a Urge family two extra largo
Annual staff durlir her
neu-napcr stall tlurmhi'
year She Wan alai in the Pe>!'senior ear, I home is located on Gulf Shore Drive in Vanderbilt Beach on a lot 100' 285. to enable them to make bet-

Fri. St.OJCOoRFXi i I The house is of cut stone construction and cement tile roof. H also l hat

stoim ,shutters central heal and air conditioning, stone fire place, tinted ter public servants.

tulc"ASTEk wirdows to the Gulf, The living room is 70' x 30'6The lot has extllent .
I DOUGlAS tropic.I trees and a double seawall and walk, sprinkler system anda

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NOT MUCH BIGGER-The Mercury space capsule was frighteningly small when you saw it and the new Gemini or two-
man capsule Is not very much bigger The Mercury stood 90 inches high and was 75.5 Inches wide at bottom The
I Gemini is basically only 12 inches higher and 95 inches wider or about 14 per cent larger overall. News.Graphic above
shows how Gemini will look in space. Parts of the ship are cut away to show various controls. Large tank tailing In
back is a manned orbiting laboratory <(MOLl< which will be trailed by the Gemini In future flights and which also can 24.0Z. BOTTLE
be entered by one of the astronauts to perform experiments. #e '.

I Five Cousins In School Graduating Class .

PATTERSON, Ga. (AP- all tame from the same familyhe Freighter Sandanger, 'w ;f vv 29 :
There were five cousins In the wlnn family of Pattersonhad DEL MONTE
graduating class of Patterson records ranging from 8 to. Tale Of FireSAN
High School this year and they 12 years perfect attendance. Tragic SLICED

left Between the school them,a family they had record.!53 12 They years are; :Jereal Genelda Bennett Asplnall 12, PINEAPPLE .e.. ... .. .
the deck A 40 rot) In.
DIEGO Calif (AP) passenger
year of perfect school attend years; Connie Walker 8 years;
After 10 days aflame, the terlor passageway led to the
ance. Joey 11.111. 10 and Sandra
The students, whose mothers Boatrleht, 11 years.years; freighter Sandanger has begun open deck No one got to It. No. 2 Can \, ff/; )' '
to tell Its tale-a tragic story of In the quarters of Captain {t
a fire at sea. John Kellmrr above the passen. ft\i :.
I Ten persons died or disappeared ger deck,San Diego County Cor. 1. \ 1] .
Frederick 0. Kraus, M.D. May 18 when fire swept oner Robert C reason found 3 3 4 1 .
I through the trim, gray Norwe. charred skeletal remains of a "vd 1
gian freighter off the Mexican man. It wasn't far from the SWIFT'SPREM
2161 McGregor Boulevard, Fort Myers, Fla coast. Forty-five others aboard ship's safe-to which a skipper 4 MORNING GLORY ;
were rescued. might turn for ship's papers If .
wishes to announce the Towed here still burning the he had to abandon ship.
Sandanger was purposely run In the cabin of George W. I M EVAPORATEDMILK
opening: of an office at aground on a sloping beach. Huntgren 66, of Stockton ; .
Navy firemen put out the fire. Calif., a body wee found be.
(ween the bed and the door.
As the ashes smouldered crews
worked their way aboard the from a ring and dental work, '
NAPLES, FLORIDA blackened ship-and found; Dr Creason was able to Identify .
A fortune In silver and other the remains as those of Hull
ml'tall-and bodies of four gren.
Practice is limited to sons and some hint of how they Another body was found In the j39A4
died :Joorway of a passenger cabin.A .
All were between the captain's: \ fourth was In the passagewayItself.
quarters and the galley where "
by appointment Midway 2-7255 Navy firemen said the blaze "No one reached the deck I<< :
may have started. There were from this area, said Dr. Crea. 1
seven passengers quartered ont son. "I would say the heat and
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smoke probably rendered them k:: can
unconscious and then the fire got
.... ." .... .. .: :; _:I ; to them. Some may have ARGO s
KING COLE ,. ; :
.. Jumped. ; !
The body of one woman pas. "limit: 6 cans WHOLE
We're Not The .FI RST senger was recovered from the WHITE & .... : \::, :
I sea near the burning ship by a )
rescue vessel shortly after the f GREEN
fire engulfed the vessel In the
cabin of another woman, 28.
0 year-old Joyce Elaine Wilson, a b4 .
Nor The SECOND Bet La, Jolla Dr. C, reason Calif., dental found hyglen.no re. 3 CANS 29C BEANS ?

mains but a porthole was

open.Crews working by searchlight 2 303
early Friday secretly removed 1 PRECISELY' .PQRTtONED' 334

Nor Even The THIRD the taking$26.000 It ashore In sliver to an Ingots undisclosed ., .c. ?:" BUN.Slze IC' CANS

vault pending litigation
to decide who gets It: owners, FRESH GROUND ,4

Shoe Store to open in Naples. We think ernment Insurers whose salvagers firemen or the extinguished gov. KOZY 49
the blaze. CAT FOOD KITTEN
we're the FOURTH Plans went ahead to remove avr BEEF
some 1750,000 In copper and
aluminum Ingots from the ship
Therefore we have to try a little harder. We before she Is towed for wreck.
Ing 100 miles north to Long PATTIES'
can not afford to be fat and lazy. We can not Beach-the port she left, bound
for Le Havre France last May
be mean and nasty to our customers. We need 16. S So delicious/ .. o

One study of a snail s pace to i/zz//'ng-/u/cx./ / / / / 't lb. ,
every one we can get. Our customers don't needus Indicates a certain type of 10 convtncnfAt / '
mail moves 23 inches an hour 1
half much need them. We is r Herb Met C wrt., S "
as as we have to ?? ? pettle.// 11

be nice to hold onto what we have and would -A

like to be nice to some new ones. Give us a J '

trial, we will try our very best. We are a year

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footwear for ladies and gents. Casual, sport and
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dress shoes. Most ladies styles range from $4.00to 2-294 s

$16.00, most gents from $9.00 to $18.00. Drop HOLLAND

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&bt 001SUNDAY t Nt\tJ: '. :: : : r1tK6e'7, W., r-, California Crucial Test

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MAY 31, 1964 ,,; -,{". ', :.:F.: \ ('nrrespondenlcwspqer
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. Conventions Are Good Business :.;.J. '. ., :, '" "' JIi/

Both Sen I harry Goldwater
1.0SGEI.ES: : I i :\E\ < --
per day. Some will spend less ot course, ", .\ : and GoV :Nelson Rockefeller ofperformances New York must be
In the June i
Have no doubt about it Naples is but others will go well over that figure C-a1ftornaTe.Cn! ,al b) )pr.mar thoir. >' They themselves made th,'

fast becoming known as an excellent and and bring the average up to approximately co,.
desirable place to hold meetings and that amount. Assuming the fig 't 4Y, From the outset both contenders have said repeatedly thai

conventions. The Shrine's statewide ure to be reasonably correct it will mean tt:' re "%_..., / California is the big one l than once ha< predicted he would

meeting scheduled here next weekendis that if 3,500 Shriners and friends gather i not Goldwater be nOllllnalt'd mere if did. not win ihe state' 86 con.nentkm .

proof positive that this Is so. here for two days next weekend (and i dt.It'Jalt': '"V
It will Incidentally be extremely In. Shrine officials estimate the attendancemay deserve the honor been In more\ guarded\ In comment but has

teresting to observe how well the com go even higher than that) some. i Yi s2idom; Rockefeller failed has to stress California's Importance in the total

munity can house feed and provide entertainment where around $350,000 will be pumpedinto nomination struggle

for local business channels. That ain't
nearly 4,000 Shriners
D\TK: this year. the governorslop
.\ UKV: KMU:
their families and friends. If the job can hay as the farmer used to say. I'ROM political. associate George 1..lhnman, virtually took up(

successfully be accomplished and the Attracting more and bigger conven residence In California to organize\: and oversee the Rockc-

visiting Shriners leave with pleasant tions to the area can mean that our sum L # feller campaign there. lie has spent most of his working hours

memories of our community, then thereis mer economy will be improved greatly "VloTdSf.Torccs under! former Sen. William Knowland

little doubt that Naples will be and alleviate to some extent the summer organized. early and big in the Golden State Richard Kleindienst. .

launched as a summer convention site doldrums that local businessmen have ,!. the senator' chief of field operations. moved his head.
indicated in
as he had February
H'st8rd.t'ks ago.
worthy of consideration by many groups come to dread and fear. ( MR. quarters he ould.\

that formerly could not be accommodatedhere. Neapolitans would do well to consider The two candidate expenditure In the California race

the value of becoming a summer MRS.a' will. b>' their own testimony, far outdistance their outlays

It is reliably estimated that each per. convention center and extend every effort CALIFORNIA for Much an of* other this reflects single: campaign of course purpose., the incredible cost of doing

son attending a convention will spendfor to see that the several hundred IA political business in a state at once so vast and so populous

food, lodging and entertainment Shriners enjoy themselves while theyare Television and airplanes are basic.

something In the neighborhood of $50 our guests. NEITHER: lUKKKrKllEK: : nor ioldwaler: personally has

spent as much time in California as their slate leaders hoped
. Auto Inspection Is Sane SafeguardMore time.Rut each has given the slate a preponderant amount of his

editorial ink Is probably spilledon To be exact 36 million drivers in 20 All these things! being so. neither man may now argue
tl/r7R / fairly that the June Z (alifornla result, if unfavorable to
the subject of automobile accidents states the District of Columbia and a him. ran be discounted.Each .

than any three other matters combined.If few cities come under motor vehicle inspection tg iJ:" : of these two chose to enter a series of presidential

words alone could remedy the situ laws. The other 30 states with primaries to demonstrate vote-getting capabilities- -Hold-
* * water to scotch the notion he could not get votes in not them'
ation, the problem would have disap 56 million drivers do not have such re industrial. stales. Rockefeller in hope of showing that his divorce

peared long ago. But in view of the quirements.True Shrine WeekProclamation The Best of BoyleBY and remarriage were limited\ effect.A .

sorry record of 1963 an all-time highof enough some of the worst accidents -
HAL BOYLENEW COMMON: CONTENTION: :: among political professionalsis
43,400 fatalities (and it's expected to Involve in mint condition.
cars I : "If you choose to go the primary route you have to win hv!
be worse this year) the press must con True enough most accidents are caused it. Primaries are essentially elimination contests."If .

tinue to din into the American ear the by human, not mechanical failure. *' * YORK (AP)-Things a parade The precedent she. set you lose them you are out. But M'nning them Is no
has since become a custom.It "
columnist know If of nomination
fact that this senseless waste of life is But bad brakes tires defective never was Elliert Hubbard who guarantee
worn WHEREAS The Naples Shrln" he didn't open his mall: A candidate once launched on a drive for the presidency;
not inevitable. steering mechanisms broken lights have Club was founded In 1933, and observed "Don't lose faith Inhumanity does not easily foresake that course f'rol1the loser's camp''

A bulletin from the American Stand killed and will continue to kill. WHEREAS, the Imperial Sir swampy Oysters areas grow of on Florida.trees The In people In: the Think United of States all who the on June 3 may tome elaborate perhaps bitter explanations of
O. Carlyte Brock has honored defeat coupled ith a determination to /fight on. Hut. let it be
ards Association reports that more than Certainly no avenue that could leadto the Naples Shrine Club as NIP to busy bivalves attach themselves have never"played you a single remembered both these presidential bidders made California.

half of the nation's motorists lack the reducing the toll by even a little oughtto leading Ceremonial Visitor and .and submerged thrive there.mangrove: roots, nasty trlrk. the gauge.1riea.

protection offered by periodic vehicle In be Ignored by so many states including .WHEREAS Taylor Malcolm Potentate C. McAllis.ThomasE. One of the best places to sleepin ----- -------'- --- -- --- -- .

spection. Florida. tar, Stu' Lane and Harold Ka.stner the afternoon Iq Greece The
.. have honored the Naples Shrine siesta habit there' is so wide Histu !
\ :: > .::.:,.:, ''i: "< < :,0 spread that even ,the ra/dld sta COLLIER COUNTY
,_ Club with an official visitation
,. .,,",>"0 .x '.' liars shut dAvn between ,,2 and
834,356 ,
If man were as speedy'In com.
forming 167 temples throughout - .
the entire United Stales, have parUon. his Bias' a, the ofdl.
ant he'd tie able jo
nary travel
established 17 Crippled
tl H L..i. .. . ren's 'Hospitals and the famous out 60,000 benefit miles of an Jet hour enflnes.-ind with.
onwoN Burn .Institute programs and r
American IS
other charitable and phllanthrb- industry expected i
to Invest record$43 billion In -
plc Institutions for the Jttprmejit -
; new 'equipment In
Road of mankind and 'I. .* "<
to Success i i ,I. 1964, up $16 billion from 1954.
WHERE, It ts anticipatedthat
Turnabout A small town Is about the only: place approximately 200.300 Ma. Th average American hl"meIn

When your children grow old enough that takes pride In traffic congestion. S08n WIIII') ..lAAllI.tt'i'\,\ 'If.'A.thprhoud "\ \held together by 40,000 nllls,
lk'UnibilUinibrrmtal' <
ao you can stand them they can't stand -THI ATHENS (Mice) TIMES and }i ;g" '[' will \ thc determined 1. UU-)6UO'
rt wife.tt'hac
< a
you. WHEREAS tbl'lf)mpprlalSlrs abasset'pdt
-TUB EfAKT (ILL.) NCWI-PLAINDCALEB have called jjmm t I\BrotKt'rhooU been Mlmaied that an 14yU-1but4 U000kS0anlb
to appropriate* American buklnessqi\ during orjon i
a -tt ir Geared to TroubleThe rtmnnles pales and other few.tlvltles the course of his lifetime sli| >n In into City of Naples about 8,760 hours- wtiti full
fellow who drives and bear
a cheap used
The Price of f Romance in the Coimtf.Collier; --on the tel<|.itione"
far soon finds out how hard I it Is to drivea
The dates that girls keep are often bargain. NOW, THEREFORE, BET If the old have their,problems,
JOINTLY PROCLAIM, that I, so do HIM fllun(. People under
the ones they break. -THE CUNTON (TENM.) COURIER-NEWS
Archie Turner, by vlrtun of the 25 represent only tooth t ono.fifth
ADVEKTISEBA authority vented in me as Mayor of the UShtbyuIu rip-but a
of the City of Naples, Florida full one-tliirdof rheimfmployHd. o oF
.ez '" '" Coming and Going and I, Dewey Polly by virtue of :x
the authority vested In me as When you see a cat or dog eat.
LifesaverWhat Half of the pedestrians nowadays walk Chairman of the Board of Coun. tug grass, you can expect rain SW

a mother should save for a like they owned the streets and half of ty Commissioners CollU-rCouiu soon Drl'amIf dear water and I
the driven drive you'll have good., lurk dream of Corinthian :x
rainy day is patience as If they owned the ty, Florida, do hereby designateand ;
muddy water and.you're in for
cart. the week
-THC DUNDALK (ONT.) Hnuu -THC CHERRYVAUC (KAN.) REPUBLICAN Monday proclaim June 1, 1964,beginning as ALL trouble. A girl who cuts slices Casque lt:>OU Lobster jf g;; Casque 1450
of bread
extra thick will turn
WEEK In Naples, Collier Coun. out to lie a good stepmother or loiiUCromweiuan z
ty, Florida. '. Smart profile have the largest c!
? f part of their head in front of ::

their oars; If most of your headIs <

Others say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Dated this .27th Day of Mat, behind your ears you are a .a..
AD.,1964. candidate for a dunce cap. s In

Mrs William Howard Tart ..:I
cl a7S Archie Turner was the first wife of a U.S. 0 a
fi'.rYIO I Ma>'or president to ride at her hus.
band's side during an Inaugural
Glenn M. Allen

Y For Chairman of the Board The belt way to get more out
of County Commissioners of life Is to put more Into it. Burganet

.:-. louu 1600 Closed helmet
i .iJL. f'14 1400-1500
* *
1ybU -

& } I.JC I DE A : ARCrtOSE Perhaps the most outstand helinct during: the 'middleageswere der the rivets.
ROAD TAt1AGER ing piece of armor which attracts used In fighting, they had Strangely: enough in Hollywood

.\ Ro" 27 "illl/Iih ARK BET P E L A our eye In a museum to have heavy guage of steel movies or book illustrations

I had er\ ;l14rl.... TEE T E R t p. R A V Is thc tclmet.'hat history Hence, a real old helmet had to the early Spanish explorers
of the
S ulr JII Irum,1: [: s rt t s. 0 t A... these mementos past weigh: over three pounds. lire always pictured wearIng -

", believe you're next ." "k" pillt II then ... n 0 R. 8 s Go 0 T could tell If they could speakl Copies weigh only about 11/2 Morions. Actually this helmet !
What of battle -
Dr._ fw TIPS AMA New, by D... H......(.. ______ tl J.l.I.U ERG M, t NIL I I T tI talcs unknown to 21/2 pounds developed only during the
I 14 ILorIJsne adventures they could It is true that
I ttrdl.: munurd:; REEK S AST G;1i R relate! made parade helmets seventeenth century If one

I JI4 (I,4rlaud! gnoMEn AGRA Very few helmets are au tile artistic specially light, but would travel to European mus

It Must Not Happen Here U lude4n ell\ IIIrul:' S l RIO Lillo. S LIP thentic hence we can divide etching techniques embossing tell the and eums and notice the actual armor -

U. killd ot' U1..." ESE A L I .5 t A Hunr them into the following categories of their authenticity. story worn by such men as Cortez -

name Columbus, Plzzaro, Poncede
HORRIFIED at the news they read at member that town ordinances wisely require 16. Funui 1 U ,Leak SOLUTION 0' YlSTUDU'S PUZZLE Lately among American Leon would see that
breakfast Sunday morning, residents U fmmun U 11t..muuJ (a) genuine combat helmets; tourists collecting relics,there
; tome solicitors and door-to-door salts- "" .l 11.11.1", \lIr,, rll b helmets made during none of them wore the Morion.
Ilaw heatsehbr ( ; parade hu been a demand for
telieved learn later that Spanish
were to
a to register first ru..n '''' and The of helmet early
men mph
at police headquar type
the original time (e)Hand- Morion
terrible mistake had been made 19! :.l.OllO Iha H foe b I helmets. Needless to
A New York newspaper had reportedthat ters. Don't be shy about asking any callerat Vuibhr n I Inc: i \1 a sill'"lIlffII made copies; (Theatrical 0. say, the blacksmiths of Spain Spaniards: wore Is the Burganet

the crazed molester who has been your home for credentials ; if he can't 2.1 Fgotun !Dei'A\ durance ';' I"rrtlllllg productions. and Portugal l are turning them type or closed helmet.
::16. f.Ut I 115,11! helmets seen In anti. several: genuine helmets are
J. -I hPd"U 1\ I hr Furan Most out rapidly for the
terrorizing women the length and breadthof present them, call police and don't by any stores are actually hand- tet. antique mar- now on display In the Naples
Connecticut in the past week had made means, invite him in. mentioned before, a library One of them shows
1 I J. I" 4 / 6 I' 10 to or long f.: made reproductions made during buyer should notice the case.
a brazen mid-morning call at a home her ; : : weightof marks of violence
There's another widespread practicein l1 kuuuhII the last century. In the these items before ,
and added a teen-aged baby-aitter to his New Canaan that some day will leadto / II IJ name l.te SCO's when rich families tremendous price. paying a cut on\ the left side of the
list of victims.
growing i 1rrm..lr
trouble of kind another This is were restoring and reproducing In the above
one or
I. I IS Illustrations "
The report should have said New rabbit contracted with lpne of the helmets Is embossed
castles they MOW
Haven not New Canaan. So, it didn'thappen the habit many teen-agers, and even 11111ghI411M.1. some genuine types orhet.mets -chiseled In cold steel
decorators to suppl
have of f4 17 r armor. of the fifteenth
younger children hitch-hiking to to
here but it could have. Posing 'and j Inlaid with silver. Such
Since genuine armor was always teenth
wherever they're going, usually school. 11. IIuP ms13 centuries. some of th.el
variously as a tradesman, salesman or ,// '//..rII '/ '/ '" t/ htdunnousa expensive and scarce the helmets came from Intricate work ts usually found
professional man, the terrorist has been Often it's a definite safety hazard with 14 l decorators proceeded to contract European only on parade helmets, but
gaining entry into the homes of unwary the hitch-hiker infringing on the traveled l) U IS l 15 I: km:: elk for armor with local from the Countess collections ,such& we bsve a heavy 41/2
in portion of the road to thumb a ride. Always .cr..... In
women towns not too unlike New Ca. Jb t erbalnouns blacksmiths.The collection SIt C I helmet embossed
17 I' ,
I' .
it's a gamble sometimes for the w.odt. 'i
blacksmith working for K'for the Lo *
naan.The newspaper's mistake lends added passenger and sometimes for the driver 'II ./. '/ J' .'/ /, / J'I: I..n.. a set price was not going MM ct.11i'! .: Wea .r.. ._ly, the armor-
f emphasis to a lesson that should have who stops to give him a lift // I/ // '// men ilbbrJl go through the same lengthy' ,. h'"sannl ofs .. Is missing, since: In

been well learned by now. A woman at Be as careful about whom you invite 'J 4 J6 J1 I 1S Lead, Ituw the process M the armorer..r.thcs 4.Je') CIMIIcI by of helmet it wan found
home alone never should allow Into are about whom did. henoe'they: ow cushion which Is
entry to a your car as you you 36 J, ,./1 1-1 "U rh'erSS middle-ages ... f'r..
stranger, even in small friendly New invite into your homes. Hitch-hikers or \olllil used thin iheetmeul to tftfty,t to almost all old helwaaniauy -

Canaan. The terror experienced by house obliging driver can turn out to be mol. <4'' 4' Jb IletokSi out the product. : t. '

wives up-state hasn't happened here, but esters thieves and unsavory charactersof lep.nmane Here Is tbe first clue' wg hope lolta-
that's only a matter of chance. many kinds. You never know; don't 4' I'" 4S abbeltl termtning the uaF. to display the large

Women in New Canaan should re- look for a chance to find out. Sp hero genuine; old w ( helmets and
New Canaan Advertiser Par turns 26 earn a1 "' ...1...v..r J'I l.4ay namely: the tetp ; .. we,turn access: to

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Sunday May SI ISM COLLIER (OC T\' Nrttt 5 I

PCCENT Limit Two With Other Purchases KELLOGG

Boy Who Made Good Tells r

o Corn Flues

Graduates About Dreams

JOHNSON CITY, Tex :AP>- mental journey from the Whit..
Lyndun B. Johnson the home. House bark to the stfeni hi uv 8 01. Pkgs.
town boy who made good till a Accompanied b)' Mr*. Join a2
colossal seal, returned to the sun, the President fallowed the 25c
high school where he was, class maroon-robed IflMluaUft' rise : Save 17e
president 40 years ago and gave to the platform while thutdurolled
this ear'l graduates come ad. outside.
44t vice on how to start en their Among old friends ami kin.
dream folk, Johnson teemed to frtn a
brown suit bit sheepishly as an Air Force -c c
Wearing a with a j SAY 4e fRUIT fl ORED ROYAL
white carnation President John. band heralded his arrival with
son stood before the rows of "Hall to the Chief." I :1ThriltfJ
young laces at Friday night's The crowd of 1,300, many in 04, FXCELLENC ... ; Re,. Ph,.
commencement program and shirtsleeves and waving make<< G eItzn Limit Four 7cSTORE
recalled that his first adventure shift fans in the st Him> audu
II .
after graduation had ended l in torlum-ejmnaslum rose to their
failure. MCM Effective Jrtt1 1 Tin Jell. 1 .: I

"Forty years ago, almost to feet.The President declared that HOURS SAVI JU LIMIT THREE WITH OTHER PURCHASES ARMOUR
this very night I left my high the lesson of the last 40 years OPEN 'TIL 6:30: MON TO THURS
school at home since he was a schoolboy Is that
diploma and 1PlESAUd
headed west to seek the fame "Johnson City Tex., Is very OPEN 'TIL 9:00 P.M. FRI. y 111L
and fortune I knew America of. much a part of the world What OPEN. TIL 700 P.M. SAT. Treet. 3 Cans $1
fered. happens in strange and distant Ovawthy, tlta Reserve* ? .
z "A few months later, 1 came lands affects all of us who live
t_ L back with empty pockets. I right here."
--- came back because I realizedthat The audience gave loud, up FINAL WEEK SAVI b 10 e THRIFTY MAID AfPlISauce
MAN IN THE MIDDLE- the place to begin was the plaudlng approval when the CURRIER i IVE5DINNERWARE
Gen. Prem Singh Gyani of place I had been all the time." President concluded his com
India, commander of the Johnson told the 30 gradual. mencement address l b>' doiUr. OFFER .19: : C
U.N. peace.keeping force on tog seniors of the newly re. ing:
Cyprus, speaks with Turkish named Lyndon B. Johnson High "As I travel to far I land and Special Offer Pestively' Ends Sat Jyne 6th J .
School "Whatever talk with great men of this
Cypriot women who say their : your aspiration
S whatever dreams earth, I will always be honoredto REDEEM YOUR VALUABLE
men are held as hostages by your SAVI tale ALL PURPOMAstorOil
Greek Cypriots Another whatever your' talents, this lathe claim that I, too, came from BOOK COUPONS THIS WEEK
hour another time place to begin" Johnson City."
-another '
place-and it will be But the President concededthat The high school was renamed FREE This Week! umk ones '
Gyani Job to deal with he had never dreamed that In Johnson's honor last Dncem 24 er 19
Greek Cypriots in "the road from this school ber and Sandra Kay Crofts, on
attempts 1
to keep a semblance of house would lead to the White behalf of her classmates, said o L Beverap
House." they lee delighted to be the Glass
peace. For Johnson It was a sent I. First 'to have diplomas "bearing

arshlp The class for student announced Paul Carbary a schol. lee AM! $5 w JUIC@hT:25c Cakes ""jf: 35c Bread 2'E' ',. '4geTlie

at Johnson's alma mater, South. Mere Punka*
It Doesn't Pay To Wait west Texas State Teachers Col.

the President was given a
For Tomorrow When tie clasp with the ruby stone of
the high school class ring bear.

The Values Are Here Today! dents Ing Johnson his to Initials get arranged pictures, for of the the stu.old J'mtU'l Place !OJ Go... fopflpotl7'h lg8 7bEal

Ugh school as It was when he
attended It, Inscribed by him
85 Acre Island For Sale with the words "Education Is iI+Iliiimu'kikh i i
the keystone' of the nation." "-
Here is an opportunity to own an entire island in The President had come to W,D HAND LIAN
om of the most sought after areas of the North. its Texas ranch over the Me.
mortal Day weekend with com.
ern Hemisphere. Located just three miles from nencement appearances a* his Ground Beef
Northern Eleuthera In the Bahama Islands, this major business.He '
reefs, thus had a date at his wife's
island is surrounded by protective
alma mater the University of
affording one of the most beautiful bathing Texas, In Austin tonight wherehe i/ Lb. 3ge
beaches and harbors known. This island has its was to receive an honorary
own fresh water supply and would be Ideal doctor of laws degree and make t

for an exclusive resort development. Price: a i speech.Mrs. Johnson who holds bach 1 We GIn W D BRAND U.S. CHOICE lONELESS! ; *""'" I; tl

$125,000.00. elor of arts and bachelor of ) TOP

university journalism, was degrees to receive from the an ''t\l veil VALUE Beef Stew d

. Lakefront Residential Lot lonorary doctor of letters
legree. STAMPS
finest lakefront lot left In
Undoubtedly Lb. 6ge811I'
Naples. Fails southwest across private lake : ,: ; ,.? : 4 ,
towards Beach Club Golf Course. This propertyhas A"t* sa
curved concrete retaining wall at shore lineto TODAY INHISTORY '

erosion lot has city sewer 100 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS
protect against cash. ..Hk Alt .YOM ,,,I .... _.._ ..
installed and paid for. Price: $10,000 Morrell Pride el'el'liJ

House Site I r UUlJID1 In_ I CauM.... 5229
Bargain Apartment else. ..4 awa CW I e e.wOuns...... STEAK
multifamily lot is Today Is Sunday May 31,the e..,..Ysed. Thrwh. .I
125' ,
wide deep
This 85' by lS2nd day of 1946. There are 214
ideally situated within easy walking distanceof lays left In the year.' ImmmmJlJ'mmm'mS)
schools, shopping and recreational area. Its Today's highlight In history:
On this date In 1889, there oc. I
corner location allows an apartment building curred one of the nation's worst
to face either Eighth Avenue, South or East Lake flood disasters the Johnstown
Drive, and the small lake to the north will assure flood.' Between 2,000 and 3,000 SHuioH Breed W.D BRAND
lives los at Johnstown,
privacy without the expense of a large lot. Pa., when heavy rains caused adam Golde F"L ""L.Issp. 51 U. S. CHOICE
to burst at South Fork, TRADE "A"
about 12 miles above the city. Iii 79c
Island PropertyNo Whitman In 1819 was, American born. poet Walt CORNISH GAME I

In 1916, the naval battle of
taxesl! That's what you can have when you
Jutland began In World War I. HENS
purchase property at Queen's Cove, Freeport, In 1926, the Sesquicentennial 1
Grand Bahama hland We have for sale several Exposition; opened In PhlladeUhla. Per Pound
good residential and commercial lots at Queens Ii]
In 1941, the British evacuatedthe Avg.
Cove at predevelopment prices. This Is a onceinalifetime Island of Crete.In I I!
opportunity to participate In this 1942, British Prime Minis. FROZEN FOODS
Churchill vowed
exclusive tax free area of Queens Cove, Freeport, ter Germany Winston would be attacked

Grand Bahama Island Lot prices start at Clly by city, MORTON Frozen
$2,495.00 with good terms. Ten year ago-Nineteen per.
sons were killed In the crash of
I DC 3 airliner In Brazil. HOME
Trail FrontageLocated Five years ago-Martial law Meat PiesEach
was' put into effect In Mcara. FREEZER "'
at Pineland on the Trail, this 200' wide gus to combat the threat of a

by 210' deep lot would be ideal for a service general One year' strike ago-Pallee In Jack. SPECIALS!

station in East Naples' rapidly expanding business son, Mil*., anesled 600 Ne. C
district. Price: $11,000 with terms, to be gross in an Integration demon. 15Fudgsicle
arranged. Iii J


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We are iri dire need of for NAPLES lh.ISO Avera U ITS& u._57c Sticks. 3 B IL ,.... $100PorkOt'oins

OUr Select Clientele in the following iPn

categories: BUSINESS .

3 Apartments, 2 or 3 Bedroom te12 *t RIPE.
Efffc enc e.fr. SERVICE U. Average U. 491

. M4, Houses 4 Bedroom 1 year unfurnished to Ow**to CoM-f. ._ ..,-- .r": =: TomatoesDAIRY

3 Houses 2 or 3 Bedroom Season and Yearly PAYROLLS

: 2 Beach Houses Seasonal or Yearly ill
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Des Moines Omits

6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday" May, 11': W4 OMPmiQ&lQ OO : :;:QO. White Is Right for Evening Penalty Housing In OrdinanceDES Fair

'. .;t )rte,"'., )w' ': cr{ J V : QO.I'I' r i qin MOINHB, Iowa I u' \

...., .IJ. 4ftf', Lt. U n 'x.1y discrimination city ordinance dMNgned ill huu'n t I..t..', i ,,
1.! i with no penalty for vldju.l1, ,, qs'|
,",!\, n w ,4 r pears headed for ceYtjii I '''"

sag Monday uVwpftv prrq.i i ,
"" ', from real state AMbrx.
The nwaMMtv fMriW.mil?, ,
the Des Moines. Itymin RI"I
J\NE MARTINtiooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
P., I lsl' .' ,rj: t;. Commission to invWMeae c"" .
oooo .' plaints t f. racial and rellp"" ,,
discrimination In hoiisms,
Faraway places are calling a number of Neapolitans a eveHtf :/ L tempt ronclllatlon, and| < "" ., ,

Gilbert E. Moreau sailed from Fort Lauderdale on the public hearings
A provision fur fin''s ui'
steamship "President Monroe" May 24th bound on a trip "f'.L..QiC $100 and 30 clays In jail i Il"r .

und tho world Mr. Moreau lands back in the States Utlon was removed lOf"r" 'I'

early in September. He plans to spend several days at twu measure readings.was passed The ordlrni at Its i'II, ,

4L the Fair before returning here to his apartment In the due for a third" and final i"d.

larchmont leg Monday
It was revised HO that It ,,
AI Ghirardi is also off on a cruise of several weeks. exempts from its 'provisions ill

His plans for the summer Include time In his favorite duplexes, apartment h"i ii ,.,
sw with less than Wven
Positano, Italy, and on the Island of Corfu Later, Mr. and owner-occupied apartmoi row, i"
Ghirardi may reunion with John Fawcett either In Londonor houses with less than fourr" ''' ,
S 1 Paris. for rent Neatly half the 31'i i
apartments in Des Moines I''' ,
This past week Mr. Fawcett spent three days In would be exempt

Tampa where he met Richard Schwab of Atlanta to plot The Deb Moines Real 1 L vtjt

,8 t their projected trip through England, Scotland, and France Board oiganl/ed petitions I Jl.
Ing on the city council to subs, .at,e
later this summer. These two gentlemen have no intention the measure tu a referendum 4

of "roughing it" They shall be toured about In a the November general electi< a.

chauffeur-driven Daimler and still Real estate men claimed 10,000
they are studying mapsto signature, but the council re.
try to insure good hotel at the end of each day. used to delay the matter.

Good news from Miami. I talked with Bill Kelley and Iowa has no state fa1rohouMI"Jaw. ",

he ..."-> ..... Wi;' ... w .", """ ....-..,. ... The Iowa attorney goner il
reports Mrs. Kelley is Improving every day. She is
has said a home.rule mea
Geraldine Dolores Schleuter For.umnlf'r formal, while most effrcthely sell off a golden suntan Long gown
. in Jackson Memorial Hospital now but Mr Kelley hopesto e\'tnlnt .dccolle- adopted by the 1963 legislature
has Venetian lace oter flesh-colored sheer and low \ -
of blrdneyr ( ) top cities to
empowers adopt nut I
bring her back to Naples before long, song detail of self
has lattice
tae In back white tree bark crepe liner Inn (right) ordinances.
Schleuter Langevin Sunday, Mr. and Mrs Paul Schramm were guestsof material just abohe. bustllne and across the entire top. Pencfl-width self belt ties in

honor at a large luncheon at the Kings' Bay Yacht and soft front bow at natural waistline. These designs are b* Mr- August for Robert Strong 'Objectionable'

I Country Club Their hosts for the weekend, Mr. and' 0000000000000000000000000r Gene DcLlne. Sixteen Jaycee

Engagement AnnouncedMr. Mrs Albert Noble of Coral Gables gave the party The Wives attended the luncheon. Rhyme Cut From

Schramms also spent a few days at the Key Biscayne don Mr Avenue and Mrs., spent Harry a few t.ellRor.days In Mother Goose,

and Mrs Albert D. Uc.yiiold'-i' and (:onipany ol if.I Hotel, returning to Naples Tuesday.This EE9JJNP! QJt Miami this past week with Mrs. NEW t.ONDON'Crxm.;? LAP-
Schleuter of St. Petersburg! I 'ctcr' have announced the enjjajjc-( : Clt'lgilially Irom l lclroll, f'fo.,7,4 in \lrj'Jlm nembrPe,. has rI'1II1w'i 'e: "'era; pages dun
) ahey and Mr. arrive for two-week The ,
Donahey visit 'r
a '
'' +E'DC1RNb ; Jlatly' : "" editionbf''Mother
BrSchool CHARLO'l MP' + rlkeflavaploa 1917
ment of their daughter, Miss Mich., 'the proi.pntlvc groom d II ;. .r, t Goose
Donaheys live in Columbus Ohio, ',,: -': elr two week va.irtyjngtiam because.tlnea\ *
has hcci rcsld of I 10 Ida rhymes contain
a Geraldine Dolores> :bclilcuicr to .flo OrUo o'Oo: t
:t O O
ooo00oo0000o.c O ,Q, \
John (Honllell, Uohert Lallcvlll.The : lor tlic past 1T years, lie graduated : Wayne Etheredge arrived Thursday to visit his uncle cater ", verses Objectionable to;JJegroe*.
I Iron Kdihktn l IH iocliixil If, trot tI) f guess ,you.1110tl1 be graduating l tomorrow whet tytS'41 'visit with Mrs.JIembree' The ,rh>'mesH>Include the it" ,
brldejjroom-to-hc Is the II* : and aunt Mr. and Mrs. A R *
In Km: lilt' Inc Li also Staley. Wayne, a studentat did*'t peed me to toil| you half .,night. .,- .v J motherjuid.possibly beginning 'iE' 7'i: meeny, mlney,
soil of Mr. and Mrs. John It. incnilx en.; Club Troy State College, Troy, Ala, (eaves tomorrow from Anyway, .{fI'','tpect pverj''. dayta, "Utt, BattjRof'o:. of tk '
Langevln of 3096Lstcy!:: Avenue, Singka'; Fort Myers for his home in Pensacola. After him be just like Saturday t our h USkj" / of.the Jaye ot' Wlv.,*.'was : AntUMrs. Francis Hall and another one that begins,
Naples. of I iik.'lias Comity; seeing tt and Janet Del. A
Congratulation art. In "tordefvo gtoat! ?of honox : ayoittheon their three flrls, "Ten little niggers. Negro
Miss Schleuter WOLf lx>rn in Ilir Vttddlii)* will take place off, the Staleys will go over to Boca Grande to meet '(hoogti) \ .alJtI'!' pne, ,sentof* Tuesday: 'at.'the. lwme'of Mtl.tat la, and Lisa, also left Napleson mother complained alter her 10.
Cincinnati, Ohio, and .attended in the Holy' Name"' (:atholic friends from Shreveport, La, for a few days of tarpon Friday for their trip north to year-old daughter showed her
St. I aul'j High: School and U Church In ,)!. I cicrnhurj)! on fishing. Kokomo, Ind., where they wUl be the verses.
a member of the atlmllc; sin otptcnilx ">, visiting with friends and familyfor Unwood) W. Bland Jr., pre>|.
gles Club of I IncllaL. County; i s two or three weeks. Janet dent of the local chapter ut the
f She Is currently ciifployid by HERE FOR A MONTH will be going on from Kokomo to National Association for the Ad.
Ed Chicago m, and she will be vancement of Colored People
Coming for the month of June are Mr and Mrs.
BonitaNews spending the remainder of the commented that he would expect
v Harness of Cincinnati They will be at the Gulf Shore summer there. Charlie Howell to find racial slurs in adult

Auxiliary ((arils Colony Club and have with them their sons, Bob and and David were others that made books, "but for children to see
their exodus on Friday.Mr.How. them Is too much."
On Sale MondayThe Ned, and a guest Dave Holmeyer, ..' .11 Is driving David LaGrange, Acting Librarian Olive Prentli
( Mr and Mrs. Raymond Radabaugh among those Ga., and David will spend month expressed surprise that nursery

Naples t oifiinunity I llospltalAuxilUryC By RAE WEAR who left this week. As usual, the Radabaughs will be "Ii' ,' there with relatives of the family rhymes should contain sucb
l Istniascarl4' words. .
1 of the board in Cincinnati until fall. "I 'c v
go: on sale Juntfl.I at U.Uoblnson At4 : ?)111. May Hireling : Mr. and Mrs Paul Lange and "Who would think that tleic
hie..! I I'"ui i tliliJ irf directors' ol the I lUll It a Getting ready to leave are the Ora Wildermuths. Mrs. Lange's mother, Mrs. Margaret ., could be anything In a thlldn ,

I reel,.\OIl1h. I "*' *' opilngs:> : five I I Public Llhrary Judge Wildermuth will fly to their home in Gary, Indb '.' \\ill Hotchkiss, motored to Pine. library objectionable ''to 'fll')
( ( Jicld Monday afternoon' Inrlic'l'uVaiy. Island one "' she said "Now tl\..\ I
JiiiltlF.d IIIII''J4iuf ; VfUjl.! last Sunday and visited
I Airs I lillllp .
drives She will be
while Mrs. Wildermuth acconvpanied '
up. with former know, homethlng1will btI1 I ""ft
he ClirUtifas, curd illc: .U. Naples residents,, .
ainouiiccd IIU#lIa 'Y"lll'llIhrr> Many hook donations were by Sylvia Cox, who lust graduated from Naples, : Mr. and Mrs Claude Forbes, about It."
odd tow kclgid coining f rOllll.oo1'l1klll' now owners of the Piniland Fish
i School.
will be takli* (orders! to l3't High .. I ,
\ Ilazcl -trlck- .1 tog Camp. The Langes,really e n.
noon, Mlltlda/through I ilday.nyoiic Mrs Sylvia's mother Mrs. S. Beecraft and sister, SufanntCox i: >\ \
+ '
joyed all the new bridges that
are .
IntiUIvllle ,
lend, I aiil (:. Ullllains ..,.. ,,. I' .
,\ onfrlnjeai-dd; hi'fine'tlio Sarah and John' Beecraft also : .i" '.." .. In that area now. < $1." '\ 1
Olilo, and ::!:'d! !xIlkllrUIlI) plus twins are going; ,. I.. ,
end Win ruilvc ate '
ol jfly
I Elder harks C:. en'.." III fort north They will meet to spend the summer |In North : Mr. and Mra.Carl Cooper mot.
;:' dLconntjfir wa-yaniioiiinvd. .j :1 ored to Miami last Monday and
the "cvt'lIlh \dvcniht ,,
1 riicccda wlHjjirrotlicluwpItal.Helen Myers, Day Manchester, Ind. 7 came back to Naples on Tues ,
and the ( incral ..
(;liuuli '
After renting for seven seasuns, Mr and Mrs. J I, day.
inkixiicx; In Washington, .: ..." / Mrs. Armon Morgan and Mrs.
burton Horner have their home Palm Circle "' ;:
D.C. Richey now own on Forrest Walker left Naples r rl.

WHAtS TICKING. ? I IIt'ul'lIcllll'kl I donated u lars:,' West They leave today for Laconia, N H., to dispose of ; \h"i day to spend five or six daysIn k 1
,r newitaiidard IIlphah'l ally In- their home there because they plan to spend most of '. Panama Ctty, Fla., and Mo.
clcNcd! : ixlircuci! Mlili! ', nl !both bile Ala, where they will bit I
Our new shifts and skim. old and new Khiaimni.liiicrlb- the time in Naples En route north the Homers will visit visiting with members of the

td a+ a Miinoilal tu "JtsiH in- family.
mers in black and white Christ', tin .;on ul Gild .. And", law. .. Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Kecd<'r

stripe 'ticking, \vlio' Died I On, 1 lil' CfI\.. :I." Mr and Mrs. T. K, Montgomery who were called to CUTTING THE CAKE after their recent weddingare of their Ninth guests Street this, South weekend, have MrsReeder's as.
UK'*,' donuloiu, arc( iikiniwKdgid -
with thaiks.I Omaha Neb., by the death of Mrs Montgomery's sister, Mr, and Mrs Robert L. Capelle. She is the sister and br 12.95 law, Mr. and Mrs. K.D. Schra.
895 'I the Jew Murphy I 'odt'' :nniiK.ilcan ( Minnie Sample, returned home Tuesday, On the happy former Laura B. Kilgore.Kilgore dor "* Ml.iml.

\ Itglon): liaddonaud side, the Montgomerys were only 150 miles from Mr. Little Jerry Scutt, son of Mr.

Beach Patio 3rd St So.IuI1i a |111.11,11| to the, imiiiory ol the Montgomery's mother, Mrs, John Albert Montgomery, so and Mrs. G.A. Sutt, celebrated
liu I I HiHixi inilikd Capelle his fourth birthday
loyd on
.. '
"l 1 11 11'111.1 I Din rhlg) 'IIK'I Civil were able to be with her In Centerville Iowa on her by Intl"rtatntnlIt'vual friends. UNWELCOME fit FST-Puss

S Ilu' lu.utinmy 84th birthday ,ith cake and lie ream Thos iattending i decided to pay a friendly
tsar library through): : visit to the home of the
loursd1 lo loiicklii'; a II'W sl.ttcchuu'r Mrs Vv'imfreda Keener is off for her annual sojourn Wedding In Naples, and Allison! the Wagoner part) >were, Mike: Todd and bird family in the back yardof

to plico ilnlr Circuit in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Jc ff KUH'rlx'rg, Tlmm Heardon, a Waukon Iowa, rural

pj. : ( In Conn' 'barter l-i gi.iiilulioCn.iic*. : She will be back October 15th to reopen her Marinello :\lbj\ I Laura 0, Kiljjorc.: The toothier of the bride wore Heather and Mark McClimg.Di home The birds ton the I
)group: ( Longshore, and T.'rr) Sidtt.Riv wires) seem to have the
Kent\ for ,the revamping od l lUrililnary Beauty Shop. daughter) of Mr.and Mrs. Harold a yellow suit' with white acrcsorlq Don Paulson pastor. of ttu, notion that cat't intentionsare

;liii, and thcix'wcoatof i Mrs. George Cowden and Robert leave Sunday for V. Mfoorc of \apto-i' and > .. I ofhcrsoii'jwcddl/ig, Full Gospel Community church, not entirely friendly.
\\liiili > 'iiiintji Uohcn L. r.aptllc, *on of \tr. Mu. Capelle chose a pink suit the cat
piliit, now ct nipU Avalim Estates, has aniu"unc. J They're waiting until
tlKlr nt> ly painted I'>UIlIIlIlrllIlcllk'III" ig.: New York City. They expect to do a pretty thorough 41 id Mr, Ira It. (;ape lie of with block acccjjorlt. std)carried that !there will I In nuSundayeven.IIIR gives up

A wise .\ ) Were practically lob of the Fair plus going to some shows and sightseeingin \uplu, were marrlid May 16 a bouquet of wl In' tnia- "rvkf at the church duo tci
at the, Canapln: Dapilitr tions.Xnioii, the Bat talaun Little Coquina Shop
coi"pktr'd, KM, for the the city. 'ate service at the
investment guNip'-i "lIlry i lu i ilk' aiiiuiilUxiuli Col. and Mrs. Clinton M Lucas leave this week with lie Rev. Lcdic, % ilio-ic iitc'idlnj; the high MlimJ. Munlx.rs, of tlo the hoysr ;
ol July r.mlile i In l in your child'sfuture -piliigs.): for their regular summer visit to Syosset, L. I I., where they \ copilot followed the CC- goroand, Dllly Klljjjrc.JiUtcr! ckl.mrt.atf service.

enjoy being near their four grandchildren whose parentsare retiotiy al die, kllgoro)! tiQMK1 at and brother of the brides res- Sit; you around town. aCljtfl

Don R.. .\ LitterbugEXCLUSIVES Mr. and Mrs. Byam K. Stevens Jr. En route Col!. and ISM l'ih' tirctt, \rtrth.I : pcolvcly; U iifilf Rlverj.bro- ,
Qucr'in-law of the bride and .. .-..
Good combination =.
of preaUs ;;
Mrs. Lucas plan to spend two weeks in Asheville, N. C. 'I \ hrldo 1111I .llvcillllll1ar-: Mr. and 1.lu. Edward Craw- for evrnmi party refreshment; :. '.

,.. ridge hy her latll'r.Irj.. ford .11<1. chUdren of Naples. deviled! ham mixed! with' pickle
sr p. IN MEMORY OF BARBARA PARSONS IJOWlj, River, a .r of iln.. MJO Mr. and Mrs. Richard relish and grated cheddar cheese,
AT Barbara Parsons daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. bride, served a> nai. ron of I honor Doming, of Naples Mr.' and* cream cheese mined with drained .+tit
.. I Kenicth tanned clams and
tteii: man leavining.H;
Uri Richard I I. Capelle ofa-
Out Special I Parsons died in Novembir 1963 She had many interests Capelle, a hrmhe r ol etc)flroom. plea :"dl.. Paul I Frank and and liver pate the teal tying Sixe 6 thru 12 $395
or made with liverwurM
Indnlduahtvin (Continued on page 7) Tie bride I.ore a white oSt reef \tlis! Karen Capelle. the latter '..ch Pttlo tit M South

\\cnqi\\\ drcj_ n( liantllly lace two fUieri of the groom. r
aloha, l .ilhrhl41l'ckllllcanlll.lly 1 \J9| Ur. and Mrs. Donald \

poll' .,treY Her htadpiecii I Iferdlnk: of Naples; Mr. and
GIFTS 4 aLor. f., dCUHSS; a r r "01 1 art. Mrs. wd .Aleintn' of lainpa;

aid cr jiil I tnnl, Khich fell \Irs. Laura Clark of Naples;

AuissonenAntiques: t.., .,,Huey 'lV.. ../ ,]),/:1.4 a clan veil 'I i nglLli I: : lllu$- \Ir, ,. Merdes nell of :Naple; Lilly Pulitzer
1 io*, lace '' i 1Ic' I hridal bouquet .am jiiell; Uv>ayna Jones; I Lots
Dyehe Beach Club Beauty Salon MI Z.275JB wee of I\ol' mC I 3 and daU- and Ginger Utwclllanel Mallard l-

$595 INTERIORS > Self Selection I la. ; I Paw Hemilng)!) Carol VvlllUnijj Of Naples, Inc.

Seeing You He "a.v llr,,)'* are fun TI,. "/ at.. .>f honor" co*- David Foyer I ; Ellen "hhottj -

Thru lour Hair hut .himn rm, ,c .a. a rl'k| and white John Marsht :xaiicy Sheen
FunutuifUphoUteiuiK e oaf jour
LOWREY One large conmetk house are more entiling'! I Ifoud .1111 ,h'' "tII., cceOrle: >. ,jho Sherry Huffman; I Hoherta. Honicr SUMMER
ncentl took a sure). Cap l1eu a c' J" r .lUUtccar- ; IJnda Cilllni; Linda
like! a bit of De.liUh'n
PIANO Draperies :Vow (they say )our n.lur. ) .1't' Sill' I' '.c.. wocki and [wm to25r \\'hltaker. HOURS
fire, then tire of
al hair cuter haM a !lot to
lun, hippinrnn. minmplnh- Carpeting your brunette treoneii and
mend a LO\VHbV piano Uon do wilt )our pnfcrrnrrVte : ask 110 for I hurnmhed!! ;< Off on Expert Hair Open Daily
its i.ihle, but
that bring po
o..es.ton inn
theM* 1 to child luitinglylUndcrafled glow| Want to win heart Bleaching, Tinting and Hair Frosting
your '.'re not pomtite 10 A.M. toS
'I by the makers of ( l'l' were .IM to \like Beatrice* Be a Week Special! P.M.
( ( for many Thin
the famous LOVVKEY ornnn ? l': Hi1;iia \ : Monde! (R'e could do it .,
Full.nKeof lylei...dfinnilini \ \\t(, change )our hair >had! In one short afternoon) Permanent Except Wed. s
(ebony mahogany| walnut llo"e\er, lea fart thai $12 50
cherry). ... _,... .. feminine I I %ie.. pom ()r see why Caesar forgut Wave 10 A.M. to 1 '.M. ----
-.. .. . the battle for queen Cleo. Rea, in oo
rhange when the hair ".clu".. Hair Cut 4 Style

Van Der Veer 1290 Third St. So. shade do*" sit 11, Our brunette delirious hair thi. khadeoare )ear! Try Mi: "iII.' S., w |U..dy Hilil Cut! Make: your mtta

:M<'mbvrAiii nee how )<>ur tales Marku Then elrrt )our drc >.f,. >' better I and k ..-p, th fnix out of your permanentFASHIONSN : 4 .M1
Music Center |> against! this little ur.tev ITS Ilk AT*.. 8. Na
..ilmn liixtitutf land paintin to fit jour WILLS HAIR
1949.9th St. MI 2-6632 report' 0"11." tn.ewt
Intrrior 11..11111.l 411 ','tI, I.. ..

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Rr'"S 'j j1Y1aM>!1'911 Y Sunday. May JI. IW COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7 "' *"*
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v THE NAPLES r'C ;.. :

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and read extensively on a variety of subjects, As a fitting FIRST FLORIDA REAL ESTATE MART, INC. proudly announces ,

memorial to Barbara the following books are now part

ac., of the Naples Public Library the first i offering of Residential, Multiple Dwelling,
Wild Flowers of America," donated by Mr and Mrs
+ Ogden Fitz-Simons of Kimberton, Pa Isand.
1 and Commercial sites Marco
'Great Days In Tha West" donated by Mr. and Mrs. Apartment

.f. Robert Griffith of Kimberton Pa, and Mr. and Mrs. William

!! Dunmore, of Dubois, Wyoming. *

7 family Art of Kimberton and Civilization, Pa ," donated by the John Tierce" Old Marco Village is advantageously located on the high ground

The Seven Pillars of Wisdom," donated by Mr

and Mrs Robert Parsons. adjacent to Big Marco Pass. Predeveloped prices include: Paved

"Horses, Horses, Horses," donated by Mr and Mrs,

Leon harms, Sandia Park, New Mexico. Streets, City Type Water, REA Electricity, Telephones, and all
"The ::stme Chapel, and "Michelangelo,

Mr and Mrs, Lloyd Lockley of Pultneyville, N. Y avail-
modern conveniences.' Terms and/or financing
"Cars of the World in Color," donated by Gail, Deeda mortgage

1 1 and Lynda Parsons.
"The Lower Animal," donated by Mr and Mrs able.

"- Francis Bishop of Phoenixville, Pa."Orchids ft

R BRUCE V. SHOI--E ," and "The ABCs of Orchids donated by

II Mr. and Mrs. William Duiker of Washington, D. C.

Shope To Open

I'Bruce Posture the F SJrl .
Without O
Beauty d from 000' '
,i" feproduce for S '
ant selling\ \ but
Gift Shop In NaplesThe adYeet Se "were comparable .
old\ that being r. ,
T I' .
Like kina With No Cake to this \271 note Merco;; Village t
new Tahitian Cove Con- said, "will be new not onlyto ,In teferencC March 1' smeller.\ Todaeree.POf\C'de'
gress Inn has leased their lob- Naples but to the entire :: files\ of uch \ "

by retail shop to Bruce V.Shope West Coast." He added that shapely MIAMI contestants BEACH converge A dozen on to Florida climax Chiropractic observance j Association of Correct press However they" were el y four times City\ i
national merchandiser who the three dimensional wall approxlm Collier\
this glamor-conscious<< city Satur. Posture Month from Key West to re es
plans to specialize In boutique hung sculptings of Juan Segura day (June 6)), hoping to prove that Pensacola. Purpose Is to focus tIon'the site known
gifts paintings and art objects. In thermo-plastlcs giving the beauty without posture is like attention on the Importance of : '
Shoe president of First Flor- effect of bronze and other metals Icing without the cake. correct,jwsture to good health.
ida Merchandising of Miami would be In this collec The girls, selected ai nearly "It's no coincidence at all,'"
said that Items from around perfect, posture.wise, in earlier observed Dr. Travis E. Oiton 1-
the world will be displayedfor tion.Born and raised In Winter hometown competition around the of Orlando, state posture pro-
sale but that special emphasis Haven Shope was educated at state, will be shooting at the title lure program chairman, "that a ARCO
of Florida Posture Queen and the majority of the preliminary winners .
will be placed on Polynesian the Universities of Florida '
the state in would stand well In |\
to any
chance represent up .
and tropical Florida Items. and Miami and will make \
the World Posture Pageant at beauty contest. It just bears out
Featured for the grand open Naples his home Denver, Colo., July 1. i the fact that good posture, good ,' 101I'\EVU'UCOf
ing on June 1st will be the paint
health and '
In this one, tape measures are beauty are synomy.
ings QfElmoGldeon.whosedra- 'IG
passe. Judges rely Instead on mous. OPEN
matte reliefs have brought him School HoldingCommencement such catrhy-sounding devices as Pretty Margaret Tucker of NNOUNCi1HEWEBEGIO \) \
national prominence. In addition "|)osturometers, "bl.lateral Clearwater, last year's Posture A
the "Great Works" display For weight scales" and a "corp.o. Queen lends support to Dr. Or .
unique reproductions of meter" to help pick a winner.A ton's contention A top runner Cit'l
Gauguin Van Gogh and other But One GraduateKELLEYS maximum of 60 points will up In the '63 nationals, she'll be Collier tr
prominent artists tSLA IOhio he awarded for proper posture, on hand to crown her successor stet ,
reproduce with an additional 10 each for at Miami Beach.SaturdaY'1I Towns
for the first timeon (AP) Graduation cetenionle! '
will be beauty, poise, yoke and per. schedule calls fora es '
canvas shown. Island IIlghScboollJbtnhtht n
at Kelleyi
will be rehearsal and preliminary Judging \Kno 'fLOR\O-
sonaltty. Competition In \ RCO
"Many of our Items" Shope were as >lorful as any, forl1'er\'f ,
.in the |iast-ven though SlurotKlelM both dress and bathing /suit cate. client at for 0 a.m'Judges:;followed and contestants.Final by a lun.,. '1 I ::4 I ( L\\ 1 \
member of thclass gorles. ANOCO'- .
Is the only < nS
Ticket The day,long event at the'Edon Judging, open to the public,, .RCOSJ'\ OWN;;
Given 1 of 'C4.
Roc Hotel is sponsored by the begins at 2 p.m. in the hotel'sMona + M/.. "r\E\
"'It's the s imo for one or ono
Lisa Room. :.. --'
After AccidentAt hundred said school. .\ir\ i brl i writ .I It II, .rp.I.,4 "
"t cH r. Y.... 'In addition : to 'th.. expense ", "" 1m -v/" "k""PROPER d Ili'd
Intendent.UMI'her C. 1% Kitlol ," r1JOrotOlll It.q
Intersection short cuts In Woman's ClubAt paid trip to filII Denver: nationalsfor no i" C'l It.A.. r t' 'n t 1\1011'. t ..__ tbe u >> .
"There are no 1'00 S'
the winner and her chaperone, I, 1 I, "".;co' t he 0,10 ptoOe pall-
Linda Lou William, 17, 01 their eduiutloii or their Irradu.L.thm. the new posture' Queen stands to III duly 'ply exta' ,; 01 nlsear
1278 Furebt Ave., was given i a ." EvergladesTo pick a bundle of other prizes, ... It-. \Jf'f'Il I {1111. till! ; '\tll a 1' I1' urns5t'; .
ticket fur falling to yield tin Hi iron, u pi.foot> .2 blonde, I Is: Including up a weekend for two in I III (''''t\ { m nl""' "" nu'db: c:; MoeP"MtlnnWo.ba ..". '"

right of way following an acct the lone senior III the high o'hnol Nassau, flowers, etc. I 1' I'I cute btt. dlvld"d Tlq to cC't'p".I".. M... Mjr<<"''... anA.rott\P' ", J
of eight iuplls, 1 located In Luke Hear Parks : end U. ot UIf80 In "011'I
d |
dent Friday noon at the cornel As added! insurance that the t Q.
of Ninth ,freot. South, and Sixth rle. But m'hoot offli i.ilk, lint< Queen's posture remains perfect r+ lprlr CoII .MNlNenroahlYly.':Wer"\"ar4: t\t'tIlo"r,0:.II (If'Orltep'red, "' "k..
I\lWlI"rt '1
Avenue, South. planned( u romnienienient pro' for the Colorado competition, .nN, to (; % tale $' )I(' T...." ,.
ipro a41Y a
featuring inusii, an trite .r1U1 (IM'r f's;
curding to police reports, grim! home specially to re'J
Ihc'1also\ take ofbd tuIn ... -
TM' ,, INe "
cider, honors and a hiivikei ( Plur' ATMNIe
Mik. Gerda Norlander of BOlioIta designed chiropractic mattressset. : frt.nll. :" goltrr :: 1rrlda
Springs was driving south on for the 18 year old ,
Ninth Street when Miss Wllllimi pun Wolfe, assistant editor 01 ,d1lr U eU' /
reportedly pulled away from the the Toledo I DUde I was the speak \ aIrly ..,...at. NSAH '
stop sign nt Sixth Avenue South,, et. "I ,' >uld I have written her. t: Hubby Practicing ,,,sSras'5: RATIO\
letter Wolfe e\pl.lined, Mm
in f 101 it of her t: ORpO
Damage was estimated! at $40C the NluKl In lni| >lt.int to tin Quick Draw Kills 0
iKHiple out there |
tn the Not lander car and at $30Cto MARC ti
the Williams tar.Olficer Chan taut to me to U there" r Expectant Wife Pre,eider : ,. &

leI E, Jones in iclo the IlIvPl thin fur the Naples Polite Depart 61
expectant mother was shot to \
Worker Seeking death Friday night while her fint Street Marco.FU. flit
I Ib\ ,
For husband was practicing a quick I
More Cash FlorideBranch
draw with a revolver In their OHic.e; \ .
meoLS4t0 Senior Citizens li fume, police said.\ Fort M'1ers .rt. .t
Ronald b34) t61'oael'4l.1 1
The woman was Mrs. 1e\\ N o. ,
JACKSONVILLE (AP) Tin 1.i Morrlll 24. 115\ v I1CII ,I
I.gUhtive Count ll'fc Cummlttw' Her 33 year old husband City ..e only 'f"
on mental health Is onslderlni rushed her to a hospital where New Yorlt ,,,,",,,lit vII1.PP'
LUFF CMC INC. a suggestion that the state ul surgeons tried unsuccessfully to Tb'tt' rdye
brute mote money for liosplt, save her twin boys by Caesar. t
Iz-itlon of lis sell 101'4'lUzonx. an section. The babies were
f -service Margaret Jarksrasstslant dl PCX: PARKS due to be born in July CONVENIENTLY
rector of 1 pulilli assistant/ 'v SM Police said Mrs. Morrill was
the Side Welfare Uepirtment, I IVIY.L i)1,)l The Ever- titling on a divan watching tele
LOCATION told the croup Frld.i th.it lion, glades u oman' Club will hold vision while her husband was GATEWAY TO THE
421 Ninth St.. N. pltal rare provided ithin thl! Its annual banquet June 2nd. laying quick draw with their 10,000 ISLANDS
$100 monthlj stito 11,1)meiit fin It will he tlit closing program '.year.old son, Marce. Morrlll'i ,
r lieimtless patient was "'totillv of the year 22.calitr revolver fired and the
Inadequate" Den I arks: a member of the bullet struck Mrs. Morrlll the
larks cud Cmer jon Law Office throat a
She laid ;a gap of $33:; to $4C( I
In Napier, will be guest 1
a month |ier person C'xlKteIIJU 1 1i
;; Park has been aU.3. i
the speaker
tween tate old and atluil<< Puts CarpetIn
roe VH. FUN FISH I cost of hcmpltil tare for hunt delegate: to Greece attending Dairy

Silver King J JBoml r gent eldorl'llC'rllullli. the International program there.Bar Association Barn For Cows

Woodie Lite of Plant Wash. AP-The
Rep. EVERETT ( 1' sfr
) 3 Ns I
( Hera Dot I he theme of the program
City, clulrmm of the tommit 63 cows at the Boufthey Bros. !
| he
will rUIi to
CRUISER tee, ald her suggestions woult I Dairy near here are living pret.
FISHING be taken under lonHlderatlon, 1 larks will show colored slides ly high on the hog these days
MI 2-Z8570IMI Z'31" The committee plans to malt of the many Interesting Workmen finished laying '
Capt. Cecil Lamb retominendatUHiit to the 1%' places he has visit.d.Reservations more than 3,000 square feet ofatll
leglslJture.I ( will he taken >' cleaned carpeting In their :
?aI 1 through I Monday The incet- barn Friday The cows had been
tag will begin at 7 p.m. slipping and falling because the fr
cable decorations will he native concrete floor became slick dur. _

I J"J'J < d'fIIl JrrVir. Langford orchids Asia ol i lorlda.o/mer Helen and lug Ing procvtv the almost, continual wash. LgMO pK

COMMERCIAL What the ww footing will door
INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC Helen \tkli ) are in charge of milk production has jet toe o

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** ** * * ,. ..,'yt"l1'f' k 4" ....''' ., Ted Dean Goes
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GAME "i, 6-Player DealPHILADELPHIA a

4 (AP>-The
By + Philadelphia Eagles of the National
David" Lyon 'IME Football League have
pulled off their fifth trade under
new Coach Joe Kuharlrh, and
Ont of the more enlightening tered In ba1tkf'tlJ.lII. Rotln"" ''I he Indie/ 'ales there are more to
statements to appear In this paper shaw joined Kline, Fredri, k,, ,nand M a come.
In recent weeks was the headline Lamartlne In wltnium \ u The Eagles: Friday cent fullback . . . . . . . . .e
over tn AP story about awards In trick Ted I 'I&Ito the Minnesota .

Floyd Patterson. It read, "Flo>d It was a year of progress .. Mklngs In a slfeplaer NEWS Sunday, May 31. 19(4
Patterson thinks his future still NHS athletics/ with the c.illi. : deal The) also gave up rights 8 COLLIER COUNTY
ties ahead'' of varlst teams grwith mm" .-'"' to quarterback Bob Berry of
How profound. Surely! It the veil over that of Juht a lee M. u. ,s s Oregon University, :a future
past Is behind us, the future lies bark. There was v pleasant 1 bi>"i, i 4r drifted 11th b.\ the Eagles last reportsW'
ahead It sounds great but I'm of ahllltx, desire "'foarhlnt;, amt/ 1 December, .7T' grayson
afraid It Is redundant. high degree of < omt, tltlon. In return! the Fugles got pass .
All this Is by way of paying The school tear he I rnh..t: receiver Rat' Poage, defensiveend ; Runners
final tribute to the current crop it Is, the sun I Is setting on MIS I Don Hultr and defensive Long-Distance
of graduating seniors at Naples athletics/ now, It Kill rUe "11..111In b. \"ks Chuck Larnson and Terry
High School. In the coming week, August, when) "lootball 'Irlllsbegin. Kosens : : Are Truest Amateurs
they will receive their diplomat Tim "luturn' lies, IIhft..'," Kuharlrh, who has traded off
to finish their high schoolar. fur Eagle varsity sj>ort Thoughthe sewn players and acquired 13 BY HARRY GRAYSON
.. loss of graduate will lx ... t wZwa 7a since taking over Feb. 28, said Newspaper Enterprise Assn.

It Is a meaningful occasion, felt, the rcturnw-g are eager" to TRACK .\NAPLES: Hijrh School football field is just about ready for he hoped to make at least one
but for most all the graduates, fill the seniors' pla'fv The ta> t more rade before the Eagles: NEW YORK (NEAl) Leonard (Buddy) Edelen flew to
been Installed
three-fourths of their !lives are that there urn only 10 graduate, lavinir of inrleis-niul-clay top surface Creosoted curbs have open training In July He said Yonkers from England to compete in the National Marathon
yet to be lived. There Is a 1'H from varsity "|,,/rt'l111 help|| and grader works at lowering limcrock base to th<' exact required there Is a specific player he Championship and Olympic Tryout.
of future ahead, and It It hoped out. level. (NEWS photo) would like to acquire, but de. Kentucky-born, South Dakota-raised and Big Ten cross.
hi accomplishments: In future II II X dined to Identify him by name country champion at Minnesota Edelen Is a schoolmaster at
'ean will overshadow even their harry Dill Ie' U lxlimlri to or position. King John School in Essex. Buddy teaches there because he
finest accomplishments: whllo swing u bigger ,stick lor Cia Kuharlch and Minnesota has access to the many distance events In Europe. His burning
high M'hoot, stu'lr-ntK. Ionia's G-Plratus in, the Western New Bleachers New Fans For Coach Norm Van Brocklln ambition is to win the Olympic marathon in Tokyo Oct. 24.
Ten of the senior won vat sits Can/Unas League. Tlic team .ni agreed that the key men In He is considered this country $ strongest candidate in years.
letters In athletic In their final (' llnii to htcst reports, still. Frtda\'s deal were Dean and The National Marathon has been run in Yonkers since 1935.
year In high I'll'' hl"I. The)' rimtrl If lilttlng below fur, anclDilllc s Hultz. This edition was given added significance because it was
buted greatly to school spirit"" .181' average IN| not out "I l line The 26.jear.old Dean has been made the first of two Olympic Tryouts. The second is the .
through their n\\",rit achieve with tinrest III| the "pliu'rv., East Naples Little Leaguers with the Eagles four jears, and Western Hemisphere Marathon in Culver City July 25. Out '
merits. With their underclass... Lust BUll'I..) the .nunn, Sent as a rookie In 1960 helped lead of the two long heats-26 miles 385 yards each-will come
teammates, these KtadiiitliitiathletOK Innle. must! have ( hu' klcd when them to the National Football the three routers on the U.S. Olympic Team and an alternate.
helped| make Napb'e a tar the linellihllH, home. run lie League championship. It was This at War Memorial Field in
year's route starting
mkiahle'w' on the Ilild, court, clouted In a 2I 1 \l tcir\ nveISillsliun h'alll U I I. Make-up board of directors, replacing have two brand new sets, so the same championship team Yonkers. into Westchester County and back the same
lx', '. Tuner '1 1 I other who had to their let's all out and the probing
and troll k.IUdl"r.1. inn .1 Mire (mint give up get see that Van Brocklln quarterbacked comes as close as possible to being a replica of the
Docker, Walls ]Fred Kith! tin1 <>|inislna| IIi.III.Igand I driiiers Mkt. 4 2 4 duties due to pressing personal little boys play. They put on In his last season a* a course way. the world's most durable legmen will tackle in Japan.
rlc'kson, I Fr.IOufI'.I' kit- Kiln., left lleHeis., The dls! |c| blow how IlavenI 3 3 responsibilities. a good show So far we've plajer.
is than
The route lined by more 100,000 spectators
Brui Lum.irtlne, mid Dirk Turk, e.inie In, tin Klxth Innlua ul' the I 001.1 lank 34 3 incidentally, the league received had a triple play loads of -- 7
er won, varsity letters In lout seven.Uililntl, .nne, uml sogga'd,|>| I Ia Uvlc; 24 4 the new bleachers. They double plays a home run with Aldo M. Scandurra. 48, is president of an electronics firm
I 1.1 I tie.Tlio .
bull Cue'II cull him UU1 1 Dorson
( Schultz :26 2 2 on, and three grand slams.So Dallas Long DoesIt which does $2 million a year. Scandurra who is the fatherof
Ikivl'l I'disc, idol Cic"'I'If'Well'll ,iil.ite um,1, r(' IIIlltn'IIl'''"("II'IMIl'
,"' all In all, this being the five would be referee of the marathon if he were not com
lIilU luillli'l curved
urn tliu RI" ,i aliiliml tin' lelt.Held 'loin lade| IiY IIIIW I IUJ\ : Beach Club Gals first time some of the boys ; peting. He Is chairman of the AAU long distance running
Tho Sit sbury) Pit Itelder UN. I.eeguc 'ubllcUr' have played that's pretty good Shotput RecordLOS committee and has been picking 'em up and laying 'em down
( THIS WEEK AT ed HUdi .1 dispute in* w.iai'jeit. To Merge 18 Hole and we're all proud of them. since he was 17.
ail hunt tin tame. and Ida man The second hull starts this Lct'i ack them up and root ANGELES (AP) Th "My story Is that of many marathon runners," Scandurra
CAMBIER PARKI.ITTI.I' agar lost II heated' HIKUmerit. rNUlrigtoi: day with Hoar Haven Groups Into One for our favorite son, neighbor record keepers might as well a science master whose salary is $50,000 a year told n.6, in

; IJ'.tc: ut: The G.I'lr.iteH.iii1 wnllKlxIII hosting' ;; the Jastaplel: After play iwi Tuesday, May cousin, friend or whoeverIs wait awhile before rewriting the the conference room of Applied Research. Inc.. in Port WashIngton
MIIIIlar.lr., !., Mindiid. Oil \ seventh I'lice' In lie, ('lithtteam Civic Association. Tuesdaythe 26, the Beach Club Women's on the team. record books on shotputter Dallas N.Y. "I was too small at 127 pounds for major sports
Klwanl.sj; ; 7:15, JIMIM-H .|13x;. Class,, A I'-auUe,' ,uml\ they, lannrr Market will host Golf Association held their regular Thanks to all the good peo- Long at City College of New York so I captained the cross-country
i'Inline.WttclneN.laj<< Kill lime up in NINIII' UN tliesehoM.ul the I ood sank Super Maikct board who make the first Strapping Dallas has done it and mathematics teams.
', !515, KlwIIIIIH JiieN > | | 1'11',11 (anil |hay xtirtliltllliK and Wednesday will sec the monthly meeting.At ple helped again-broken the world record. "Running became a hobby and a way of life. I ran even
the half
It successful--and here'shoping
| 7:11! Trail UIMIH'IN'' I lloiLiiiil like they NlKillld. Tllfie '.hiilti & Sum! team hunting meeting was decided so Performing In the Soulh..rnPacific when not competing. To distance men running is a very
Salley.Friday/ Is Nlutt lint steely linprovenient. tie that starting June 2 all three there's mo re good baseball AAU track and field necessary expression. It is the physical exertion and diversion
current Icadori the firsthall'
r.Ii1,11.11I'1: / hilleStandard \ x x X the : classes: In the 18-holc group ahead. meet Friday night at Occidental offsetting the strains of business existence."
New fcHitlull roach at Inimo. team coached by NormUrclu will be merged Into one class, College, Long tossed the 16- New
Oil : 'hli: I'':xi'liamti' It also is one way to stay in condition Mike O'Hara of
Trail Cloancin. kali<<> /lllRh tMlliml wllI/ !Ia' BlIII1.'I'.lIIk of Turner and .son*. and! using handicaps they will Defeat pound ball 66 feet, 34 Inches York entered his 120th marathon.
I HloNMHi." win IHM IHHMI Duo toother responsibilities: play for low net prizes. The "I think it was a good put but Young John J. Kelley Groton, Mass., school teacher, '
tiOFTlIA1.I.T1l1'K.I.I.7:30SI"m.it.lhllll.lII. lino each at t I,Itlil.l, (Ptnerrest IK'! managers ol Fast 1 Naplcit nine liolcri will also play for Seminoles 2.1 I also think I can do better," won the last eight national marathons but is not among
: south uf Taniu.| DHIXHCIII Klqnecl .Ivlc; and ?liultz: and Sons' have a low net prize. observed Long our top men now. The outstanding runners are Buddy
0lr.! PulilK ItopliH.Tliui his C'ntlloi" Cniiiitiinlrict\ Ma\ had to /give:' up their: chorea Of .h(' 25 players who participated GAINESVILLE (AP) Two It fractured the listed markof Edelen Peter McArdle, Al Illgdon and Norman Higgins
,'mla7:30, MihlminTroil 7, IhiiilKh!! linnicik.ilee 1II'IIII'IIhil|| Hie new manager! arc Joe In last Tuesday's low runs In the seventh Inning --one 65-10'/i' which Long set In Los the former national 30-kilometer titleholder representingthe
| <'Ni; !IIi! Mono pulillx. I r.ink' Waillnerlnsirtlie.iril .uutliliiR C.azdtt furClvfrundIierbToni; ) low on a tricky double steal-gave Angeles May 18, 1962, and the Los Angeles Track Club.
else rniin tin, new" c'lIudl grist! net event the win/ the University of Florida a 2.1 distance he has pending of 63ll'4 : -
Buiijihman: for M'hultz. nerli Edelen holder of a half dozen American marks, won the
lli> will Nursed Oolili Inuler. Clas A were firs baseball win over Florida State which .he reached last
NIOHUT1I.I: : M: VGUIWeilnemlu :
here I have hccnthangci! last two Wlndscr-to-Chiswlck marathons in England. Last
: Wilbur Ctkarcl
No ward! yet on u replictmen! low gross arid Friday. month In the same Occidental
Reds PI
R:30 In fix- h ratkitoil June 15 he prevailed in 2 hours 14 minutes and 28 seconds,
for sup league: upper Mrs. B.F. Brl S low In Tom Shannon and Bill Blom. putting
rnt.'x 8, Oil* lxelgvrr.FPiiLs i Iveiclek-H: reach Phil larson #}: net. ring
a world record for the classic distance. He also won marathons
Meanwhile, Uirsun IN still Ures vtlih \\I UonWliiddc.il, 1 the Clan B the gren worked the double steal Three weeks at .
r30| PII'ati'M" (,111114' gross prize WIIItll ago Fresno
Czechoslovakia and
-fci-Gr Poland
8, Ikxltn'is: lleils. tiiuk-i.Meil uUmt hlN next! J"b. Heli new pn'.sldoiil, Gladys j Vance Mr... S.\\I..J\lc-Curr.and after Ron Crease hit a single, Calif., the year-old post graduate McArdle ftce!, is an Irish-born New York automobile Japan.mechanicwho
ImiklllB. 'Iciw'1lit 1'niUili of the new strrcury: and Mr. Shannon walked and Blomgren dental rftudvnt at the
Sal ur'Iy, !iJ0: I'li.ct.'s ItiHlic: ; II | net to firi. Homer Dixon firs. won the 10,000 meters in the Pan-American Games and
'IH 8 Cubs KlMlN. offers. and Mr Norman: ; Weeks on the Samuel took the singled (to score Crease University of Souther Callfor. ..,
: Gladding laurels -
on May 3 turned in the fastest six miles ever recorded on
., State's In the nla had
one run came a put of 66.7%, But
In Class C, while Mrs, American soil. is author the University
top of the ninth Inning when Ken track experts doubt It will be Higdon an representing -
pondy Adam won the low net of Track Club lie the National AAU
.I Suarez singled to score Gary recognized, If submitted, be. Chicago captured
,cvcm. lii the lIilll.-ho(,, ,KlchoU from second base. cause the ring didn't meet senior kilometer() title March 22.
group low gross was rap- The win was Florida's 22nd of specifications It takes all kinds of people to make a world. These guys run
tured by firs. J.V. Kcall-y slid the current season against 10 to and from work and then out to the park. They are the
RED HOTPRICES the low net by Mrs. Frank losses state had 22 wins and 12 Five different jockeys have truest and most dedicated amateurs. '
Blair. losses won with Norhern( Dancer.
Gonzalez BlastsFernandez him No. 9. He's due to move up.
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and promptly hollered for a title Two Charges
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DENVER (AP)-Sonny LIs.
pion Joey Glurdfllo.Yelling .
ton, former heavyweight boxing
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a a at tho
go champ after, an "YI''lIlfohlllg champion, was fined $COO Frt
day In Municipal Court on
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charges of reckless and
But the 24y"r.lclPu"rto driving
Rican/ .born New );',rkc'rapIit'll tarrying a concealed l weapon.The .
fine and a sus|>ended 30-
rs to have a sound rasi.
"I've "beaten IluTriune Carter day jail sentence were levied by .

AIR CONDITIONERSGreatest Joey An'her, Joe [)I'NuN'1and Municipal Judge Dan D. Diamond .
now Fernandez," lie said who told Liston, "You
have "been, an Idol of mine..'
after stopping the Cuban ion
sales event of the year on America's greatest air condition. tender on a big cut In 2:25: of Liston said 1, "Thank you"

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driving and
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The Judge assessed! the maxl
An her 'onrl, Fernandez filth
: t -_ and I'NuI'I'1 l ninth, the husky mum $300 fine for klessdrlv.
.. Inir and the
maximum $300 fine
)oungster has u right to holler.He .
for canning a concealed .
has! even more reason to weap.on.
.. in one of Chevrolet'ssmart blast the World, fluxing Assoc'utlon The seven.shot 22-cjlilx-r
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:..w "Ji hall f,:r dinner Wednes

MARCO d.l night. new Initiative may be under consideration .
Ulbricht Hints on German
CATCH THE LIMIT Some Western observers(peculated
IN L W erDIAEOOWERt > Mr.! and Mrs. Don MacPhall Red Bosses Plan that another effort maybe
made to brine East and West
from Treasure Island St. Petersburg -
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Jv :: e .
Into direct
Delane Johnson lea fished with Captain Moves In BerlinMOSCOW Germany. Ulbricht sent a neeotta.tlons. note to
.:canton on the "Pathfinder"last
d morning for West German Chancellor Ludwig
I where she will Un- Wednesd.yandcaughtthelr1I11.1t (\P) East German Erhard on Thursday saying only
a checkup for her knee of snook. Communist boss Walter Ulbrlilit the two German states could.
Bonnie Is doing fine Fishing 1 with Captain Nate has begun a IBdav visitto solve the German problem
4 a her cNtchN.Ion- Hum of Captain's Landing were the Soviet Union, hinting that The Bonn government, supported .
a former student of the Lewis Echer, Ted Shaffer and his hosts nisi nuke some new by the Western Allies,,Is
4w' of Florida and \orhert Derewal of Ottsvllle, moves on the Berlin and German cautious of any new move that
1'a. They fished with Captain questions. could imply official recognition
return to school next Hunt for two days catching Ulbrlcht told a Kremlin ban. of the East German regime
their quota of nice fish, include quet in his honor Friday night Other Westerners suggestedthat
u Lois Howard left Sat- that he had come to Moscow to Premier Khrushchev may
y for a vacation In Fort ing snook. "discuss a number of political decide to sign a separate peace
c with her brother and Also fishing with Captain Nate problems." treaty with East Germany, leaning
; Mr. and Mrs. Hunt were Mr. and Mrs. Eh- In reply to a toast of welcome > the access routes to Isolated!
Howard. Mr. and Mrs. lers of the Islander. he paid tribute to the So. West Berlin entirely In the
are expecting the stork Earl Cameron and Horace Viet policy of coexistence and hands of the East Germans
around the third of Brown made a trip to Miami added Khrushchev has repeatedly, ,
Thursday on medical business. "We live in a country from. threatened to sign such a treaty
Jrt of the Mr. and Mrs.Tarbert of Port whose territory two world wars and has provoked a rlsls: over,
people are opin-
the land Marco have returned to Miami were begun It Is In our country Berlin each time.
being develop for a few days as Mrs. Tar- In Germany, In the German In recent months, the Berlin
belongs to Mackie De Democratic> Republic, that one situation has been relatively
ben has been well
not feeling
but It does not. It must show how this 'slier Is quiet while the Kremlin re,
since her fall In the street
:: fall'r corporation al- being applied In the most dlffl manned preoccupied with the
b The land being de- when she stumbled on a peb- cult spot in Europe. Ideological feud with Communist
hi:f1):lr r', now belongs to the Mar ble and hurt her back. Ulbrliht shed no light on what China,
Corporation. The Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Ehlers .......
I Company and the Marco from Shirley 111., returned
home Saturday after spending
-T Development Corpora
lu'r two different corpora three weeks at the Islander
: ; : Motel Mrs. Ehlers hated to
press and Drapery FahrleiNotloni
and friend from leave. There Is one thing

who are friends of when they come back .
; : and Mrs. Swanson of next year Marco will not be

HIGHEST HANK Miss Janet Hall and JoAnn Raybuin of the East Na. visited the Swanson the same. 5 quilted IWd Sprrtdn

pies Baptist Church (shown) have recently completed their highest rank, Business Is looking good for Alterations
all motels this week.
Queen Recent of the Girls' Auxiliary The Gills' Auxiliary is sponsored by Mr..TOI11 West from Everyplace
be full this
the Woman's Missionary Union of the church They ate the first girls to Fla., have been fishing is a Memorial seems to Day weekend., as rv.ry1Mn. | (or lh' Mom a....,
complete nil their tanks in the auxiliaiv The rank consists of Bible Swanson from Cap

learning, mission work, study of the fouthein Baptist Convention and the Landing this past week "ManMthout! i Country"The
Baptist Doctrine, Others taking part in the coionationere Jenlyn Robin. had a good catch of story of Philip Nolanas
son Sharon !Robinson: and The Swansons and the The Fabric; Mart
Chailene( Tippins as queens. Lndies-in.waiting the "Man Without Coun
"on the
were Judy Oliver, Barbara Grant and Charlotte Grant. a night try" Is a mingling of fact and
by having dinner In Na fiction. There is no source of
turiiiu a sentry p"+"t Friday Throw down your weapons and and Mrs. West were information concerning Nolan
College Students 690 Fifth Ave So. 24334rptMNG
m.uimMl 1 b) holdiors from the put your hands up." of the Islander Motel except in the story of which MI
Have Ball OverArmy's mjtlik.il nilioii of Ne/ona. Faced with apparently over Mrs. Swanson were he Is the hero.
youths laid
They drove onto: the desert whelming odds, the six sentries ------............... .,
!Mock War compiled Miller and Wiley then
late Thursday might using their stepped forward to reveal their
BLYTIIE, Calif. lAP Tin- dune IKIBO-the desert version heat
Army may be gl l.+id to he cuing of ,i hot ml. \\111'11 they slotted
home from the (It'st'rt, hilt 'me a Miilry post they parked, Other civilians also got Into
civilians are sorry Op'ration. crawled up clots and mole, aid the spirit of the thing, When
,Desert Strike maneuvers' IK themselves i U'l Innil bushes. Ne/onan troops Invaded their
,over. They've had a bill, thusocivilians. SIX soldiits i I in.mncd the post, CalunUn countryside, people In
most '"( UIIMII as, )<',,... Needles, Calif., made a Colon.
College Miidi'iils! --fur the most, r.hlh'r mud Wlli), using, a glni.mlik Ian flag and raised It over the
part- lave had fun In+ the in a.neuvcrs. true oliHolile uiubox! mov. city while surrounded by hostiletroops'
Irs, lit flriiriikirx and threw g
The Los Angeles Times rl'(111rl.( HKIII in ill din dlnnsWhin With that kind of harrassment, SOON
ed that Ji>lm Miller, 21, ,mot J<.Im the iiolsi ""!t"llIl'lIlh( !')' no wonder the maneuvers, In.
Wiley, 10, l hllth .111I11'1111 at Palo shouted."O.K.. voicing 100,000 men, stopped a
Verde College licic! lol

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10 COLLIER COL:NTT NEWS Sunday, May 31. 1961Children's 000 1 ('.li'nl, i t'i| 11't "nprl!' itl, n fur '''' .- '."\:. ....: ., '. east' Alders situation Immediate
nudli .il ,rvicws+ tn !lIIIICl'lIt nil -H-'i r' I I Deputy, Iv Rusks plane and
1,1 nits, which lollli ( 'unt\ will .......,, ;; they took ort fur Thillanel./
rp<'elvc we'll \1"\1.,1." i., Rusk Talk In After sending' the night In '
Committee III Bangkok, Rusk md/ Bundy will
I Chief among. tlit-si- will. U lnjvtrnn 't flv '" 8alCH1 to l pick ul Amlws
|.irUH"n uf twlltNils, tm 1111.I r pr Mw', 1I h Secret Meeting sai"r,| Henry Cabot LlNII. and
I It' services not now iv.iH ,ilih' 111 MMitlnue on to Honolulu. There
Installs Dr. LarkumDr. the Immokilve 41'1'i 11II)
area '
MVV:I OIJ.IJI: In,"lu TAPthey will be Joined by Defense
thirst iwiilt.ilWn j ami purl, !*,.. I IM.rt of tit.It., De II Hunk Secretary Robert S. McNamara

Newton W. Larkuir was Lee County has now obtain] a 1 health nursing service. Jmlt It. 1 1 ,i II', n-t 4':;,mil" .id. me .t. and other ranking U.S. officials
Installed as chairman of the qualified Child Welfare Worke O.W. 11"111'111 k .hta!' Collier contributions from Ir:nokili* Pr Fo-> .''t the The Husk.Kosjgln meetingS
Count Children's Com provided by the State and Is I in''civic utter U 'kwi iii
mlttee at their annual dinner the process of establishing ser. grouiM Kill xiwiiltli' si ,.I ft I iiikiNKt hrld.ii. nixed a question whether Wash
services tar ml r.nti.i *,. 'IdN. nmHi liiutiHi lniied to transmit DIPS
meeting held Thursday nlttit at The committee passed a, l.s mil hixtet ollli ) II
the Elks Club In Naples. resolution requesting that the i Commissioner flwt I I', IIi .i..d K..lar.Lt11.11, tinn HI. Miitito North Viet Nam throughMomow.
Assisted by Mrs. Valera Bar, Board of County Commissionersprovide i "pappy" Moor, whir baa loon.HI Ii'U'lu'r i liiil taken 1 1'1.1 110 l"iiv ".
ker as vice-chairman- Mrs. sufficient funds to en. active member of national pi tn. UUI; let mi 1I.III .kllk. TIM I. With KiMRlu listening Rusk
Casey De Ment as secretary. Dr. able local lwrtiri1 Lion in this i i nlng groups stud) ing migrants I 1"1111.i i slake| uf the ilKls and 1 diplomams .

Larkum will chart the croup's program. Mrs. Bud Kirk ofGoodUnd t needs, ()discussed!tll.n Currently .\lth"ullh the ..111.1.1''" 1.111.,1, o tIn.:: a eulisry' of; Nehru,
activities during the coming year was selected Children's Committees are char man ol a committee who will I designed to upgrade and su sir \\hlt ,...It 1I1""IIJlHI'I.' \1..11.11.. never (Itu late In draw: lurk
fed with the responsibility of as., present the resolution to he 1. l pervlse activities of migrant 11.1111, Dusk! .11I,1 """Iltlll front .1 crisis .11I.1 ahem" 't toi
testing special need.,,and board. 111111 .i l'arrltll, MollIlIlIU BUS
pro. crew leaders. Although the e, uuedlheIn k.l s"" I .
blems affecting children ; t1t :: :: ?.1101., .ta lttmide. Whlihw.snlt
indprQ' Other action taken by the group> sue'ioa ('rtnomir problem fiosid I S-mheiM: ; 1.11 iiirul.iil.
noting programs and legislationof resulted In passage of 4 resolu by the migrant peculation It most I I..4)'+. Imo, tnM, .|S ,, mlxlU ?,
correction. Membershtpon''Hon H"ItIlIl.h'l has mm ln>('oim> I the
; requesting restoration by the "
studies have
complex: man) Huth men r.riue III,1. : \' 1)o'lhl
the ment committee through appoint Legislature of operating. funds shown that the crew leader Is KFrFIVFSFIXI&IIINd: ( Tot '('m:> 'I'h ,n .* ( 'lilum k \' 'i.uiUhnu: ) nt Third in, niiiu-.. Mllllsh'l'.hl"ll': fu. ntusl.urgeul: '1"11'0.1, ,, Necessity:
by the Governor. fur the survival| f ntm;
for the sbte.lev..1 Florida Child. | I
one who can !day a vital rolei Stir .t mid Tuilfth AV South ttrlit! l F J. tend, ,' "" TlIIII'.I.I) : :
inn 114 I' uain
Outgoing Chairman Mrs. ,ren's Commission. COlllps of thin i helping migrant families uti. i i ): .Int plt'twt| TI.I t'S, I.uitl.m Ills III'PIl
Casey De.Ment presented are. resolution will lie forward to 1 llze all existing services In the Chlumskx) o\\D'i' of th, Ij IIlltillJl inul than m tin' Ntplr5 i| :Shnppmjr; PlazaIn husk w.lili'd lot" tin .u rival of tint time rein U no |vne In

sume of the year's activities.She each of the other CC count> ''omjnittecs areas in which the)' travel, it rust :Naples will ha\ offices in the Mitith\\ist portion of tin1 building .\I4 IICI.11I1 S.iii'lilol St.ilt> Siutlu..i Msli unless Coiiunullllini .
cited work done Jn determining for presentation to state was pointed out.Committee while another pant will house Cnuh, 's. a\ II.\\ !Kilt hop' / soon to opm.NEWS \\ P. /Dun,Ix lioiii Uiiulon nisi Nuilli Viet :Nun :mil Rod
the need for and ('o.Hothe legislators In their areas. ( : photo ) .U New' IVIhlK r..I.11II11111'1'1.| Chliii call oil tlii-li i".iniulKiinfMuinlv |
County of participation In a Listing the high mortality rate members present / ului had I 'IIIIIt/'I',1, with uiiilillli ttiiiiro, and Kiibver

State County supported Child of children under age two at a In addition to those mmtlonedabove O.W. Ham" Welfare Service Unit. Surh h Inc'luiled out.going &ec"re. Court
major problem fai Ing this roun Kirk, Mr ami Mrs. I IV. Moore Michigan Florida Must
unit would provide ,supervised ty, Dr. Larkum requester! the tary Mrs. Eleanor lie Wildi.. Dr. and Mrs. Can Vmng.! The! n<'Mmi
foster home care osfhlldren, committee to direct rullllttf'ntilln John F, franklin, Mrs. Winnie! .. Move Faster
<'I me of the (imnilitfiIs Battle Looms In Nothing Lib. It In Naples
deprived of such rareliv. their toward means of Increasing the Frederic k, Mrl. Hazel/ Crllfln hciiulcii lllIr So'I.t'rnIM.r 24. .
own homes. Mrs. Eugene Can provision of basic: medical services Mrs. Jute llav hka, R<'veri'ndHarold Bryant SaysIIOLI.YWOOH
dees, local member of the Din for the Indigent l I.olllliation. Shearer and Mrs. John Plant
Closing / (I.hP) G>\.
trirt Welfare Board, stated that Plans for utilization nle Smith. Guests Included Mrs
of the $30
I .irilM Hi"\.nit si\sllnl I 1-1 loi J'I.LI V
Dr. F. 0. Kraus HILLSDVLl., Miili ( .VPArnud > Is moung; last in keep' up wlih IlageGreen
:>\.11 11111..1 GI II IIslIu'lI
iIstru.Iuuh .
tinlinns but I Is mil 1\111\1111
Office knot on run'nl bur .1 i I Ihlnl da
To .
Open In striked mulled IllllsdJ. Sa.
Wunda Weve Co.One Uiinm/ (lie list three M'.UK
Carpet turda\ as a court battle shaped .1ul'II.1, has built niniii miles ul "WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER"A
For upoverGov.GenriteW... Riimni "'
Psychiatry ) lout,line liicliw",ivs luau, .11 in\
action In closing the fsw: Wire
lime In Us hi+hn's ut tin pawl 1 New Community of Cooperative

( of America's Finest Carpet Mills ) Corp.Tie plant(plant was dosed. Tliurs Cnuiicil its 1".1"of*."100 hi I Ilia till' tin nlUil.lloiliU, Garden Apartments for Adults

liHnili' KOIIIIKM 'st ite
< r nlemergwlr's"
Ten )'1'oIti ...ItO'w.i' hut five
order tint brought Only-Prices Start at $7,200
junliir lolli'ffi. Now We 11.1:3
the guard, In to preserve, Ih>
--the fistfsl iiiiiMluitinn I iti'ln
IN.an' *. l-Ksex: Win ofllc'IJH| said .
the I'uullin I but tin1 Hi-id h.nl.t
ANNOUNCES they would bring suit iR'lnsl lu| > .
\ )it met, In- siid.CluiiRcs .
ltiuhllcan! |, governor Infekral hive. taken 11, .HI> III INSPECT THE MODEL ONE WED-
court Monday, charging f'X.I"'dd
Florida 4\'hldl have bet'n KO r.lphl|
his nulhorltv. ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM
and/ riient lint we have not tot
Negotiations to Kittle tin3. APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV-
I adjusted In tin in. At out I lr"HI'lIt i,
moulh old strike by the Internallonal .
THE BIGGEST -Union of Electrical Work. tale of a,Ijuslini Inn will In', ENUE, SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET.
changed .1<<.lhl Injure we ale ,liromnKxUUil '
ere were put over to SUII'.J\'! WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. -
tu lIii-iil. In Hill.
Meanwhile, Memorial Dir The CouiMtl jikifitcil 1 ,i 11.indesigned SUNDAY 1 TO 5 P.M.
t was observed in (his southern
to altrait mule Indus
Michigan[ city without tradition ir>' to Florida/ i ill* fur .irles HI"

<: SALEIN d ul The trappings.Its American parade,legion and olhl'r"vl'nls rancelled till York/ busliM Worlds of nu-HllMH.sx 1I'.lIh'r.F..irl.twVi'nFb'r! at und tin-r"p'1"Now. old "lIttttettl44 oecteRealtors 4

; rf were ailed order off restricting under the sentatlves of eomikinles; tint

emergency might want to locute In FlnrliLi.'
public assemblies.
Hlllsdale College. however. ricelved '. SALES REPRESENTATIVES

authorization: to go ahead an Injuinllon suit would I lie 305 5th Ave., South MI 2-2124
OUR HISTORYPlush DR. FREDERIC O. KRAUS\ with Sunday's baccalaureate brought in U.s. District Court In

services for Its graduating cliss. Grand Rapids, testing Icomiu')"'.
Frank Galluccl, Fssex general right to ihclare the imergine
M.D., announces the opening of counsel and vice pr..sld'nl. said and require the 1'1.1111'11 closing! .

in but an office for the practice of -_._ -
everything price psychiatry at 773 Fourth Avc-

cnuc. North effective Wtdne '
day, June 3. 2ie/'fill /ff1'P /UJ/ii1/J
Dr. Kraus was graduated from _
fcjVUNDAWEVE St.Peter's College c rscy dry

NJ., and Georgetown Medical

School Washington D.C.:

It'a ...lIy amalnf' M .."..t .! kwntlM as Wimdi. Leos c.. b. After serving an Internship '

Priced M _..Illy I Tfc. w.nd.r..1 l Ink ttrttir .( w...... L..m ea tn* at Wyckoff Heights Hospital

...IIW, cmhlwit ...,, f..nt.p I. ...*, Imnry Ytt, W....d. L.... U the Brooklyn N.Y., he received an _Jvt # 4Ir

perfect ..rp.tlpf t. dad .p t. it.lr-w..'. Ill lam-..... .( 100. appointment ai an assistant In

...*.. t. w..r fr pars end r*.r.. N .nwgmflctnt c.lea l .r. |..r....... medicine at ton<< Dcllevue Medical -

(. ...... !Ia .... .$ ..i all Wind. L..m i.rp.ti are prt-ikraiik t. pay ; Center In Ncw York City
!I. .).. ,. b.v: CWM I. t.dn. Y..'" lie .i t.*....d .t h.. llttl It '=.... from 1951 to 1954.Ho a Hose rv-

t. !.,. the rIc..... .( Wind. U.. fr ..., r..m In year hem. cJ a.1 an assistant In medicine d
at Wyckoff Heights Hospital
Brooklyn until I960 and for 121/2

years was engaged In private
rat practice In Internal medicine In

Glendale, N.Y.
Since: April 1963, Dr. Kraus
has been engaged In the pract-

ice of psychiatry at 1161: Mc-

V Gregor Blvd., Fort Myers. He
J has a residency at Anclotc Manor -

Tarpon Springs. and Lt on
the staff at Lee Memorial Hoipltal -

Dr. Kraus and Mrs. I Kraus

have three children a daughter

Anita Louise 19, a 1964
graduate of the St. Petersburg

Junior College School of Nursings -

1 !: < daughter!: Caryl Ann,
Y ..M.Mp/.asawryr.t 17, who l..Jgraduatlngthlsmonth
!,', _
from Tort Myers senior High:

fi r- ,#,)rn .a.word.MM.a Ww I a saw a..r tiI SSt School; and a son, F rede rick O.
Jr.. 1C, attending!: the flfthgrade:
rya, M.Lr4a a IW Mop at St. Franco Parochial :school
S'a f I 4 : .aa1.r.Ya .awe W
In Fort Iyeu.Dr. .
a Iw.l seer a twwM Kraus U ainembf r of the
A- .Ie..rrerw..trwama
American Medical \sjociatlon,
the Florida Medical \asocla-

14.95"1- tlon, the Lec-llendry County
Medical .\uoclatlon. and the

Southwest Florida Psychiatric: :

/ SALE 'ENDS Society

r "r t 4 JUNE sly 15th Weather Review with AMES AIRE as seen in House & Garden

Max Mine Rain Decorate your patio, porch or playroom this summer with gracefully designed
Clay 21 .4 69 005
:May 25 90 6* Tr. Ames Aire casual furniture in refreshing House & Garden Colors.

: 26 (1 87 000
May See how it feels to stretch out and practically hoot on really comfortable summer
1"y 4' $rov :May 27 17 *l 0.06

a,'. ly :May 2S n 62 000 furniture. Relax as fresh air flows freely through the resilient tubular cord it's
eit. May: 29 *3 67 ODD
:May 30 R7 67 0.00 so delightfully cool. And the easily-washable vinyl and weather-coated steel

Data 'PIlIo.d h Car.b.an Oarde" frames of Ames Aire make caring for this summer furniture a breeze!

MOVING TO FLORIDA You can choose from our collection of chaises, chairs, ottomans and tables in a
Ut l K.ir_Handed |11"0.

.r., Modrrn Equipment. Sin range of House & Garden Colors. Come and see this heavenly casual furniture

pie K.l.. rVt-.rn Naples
."d today. Ames Aire, in the Casual Furniture Department.
: WOOII*.. lout( H>...

ro.tyou ra.llou l
,.- fork 'OI.20 *.|i>2lll
winds Wivt-tlw/ ku t| MOM k) >tii< .
( h'n.n' <:2ul.2" *li;.IDIrtrland
( *I 1S! << M Mil: 211

Th. first time in hiitory'that': s carpet of this quality !I5-year guarantee ( aliofuarantttd and....n Florida inir ill includint nurlhrrn Nnplrn point.. #t gee flJ OJ/ieMlJ

undo golf ipil ul l il offered .t this amazingly low cost.
Fort }I"h.. Push OordiChirlutt ,

: etc W nor* tlirhur for. ril. ...10",1.and rOIl

.JVaplcs 7/oor CovcrillflS v timitr.' from any rid) tu I' by FURNITURE FAIRNORTH

i slit Florida point or call col.


f "17 Years of Dependability"ISO 12i IIIh Street VAN South LINES OPEN MON. & FRI. EVENINGS CLOSED SAT AFTERNOONI
t Sixth Avtnu So Phone :Ml 2.40M lOt.
I'ftfr.hurt. Florida
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Announcements 23-Misc. For Sa" 38-Autos For Sale! 49-Houses For Rent S7-Houscs For Sale -Business: ProptrtyHghwey

PlAZA BEAUTY G E automatic, washer Call FOR SALE frontage ITS 4 front
SALON Ml' 1 M74 6/24.1' Memorial RENTALSHOUSES Lovely cottage completely fur foot Between" Naples and Mar65Gen. .
162* E. Temieml, Trail,I Custom 12 pe Rattan tat in. Day nnhed for oni' 19000 Located co .Inland 'unoll Collar Coue.or .

Midway t 66723BoBtsMotors eluding doubla chaia. and tablet ? en i h,gh lot mcely, landicapadI R..I Estal. Opera 'und.y.

occaaional chain and ta Trip APARTMENTS 1/20. wI II
I bIos: ate ate Suitabla: for largo MAKE: that trip In safety and bedrooms and 2 bathi nice

Acces. Florida room m.d. ta ordar comfort Buy a later modal 'URNISHED. UNFURNISHED Mcnin large living, room

In Manila naw condition, mad car from Wood t now I I IS VIAR. SEASON Iwimming, pool I and patiotcreened RaIl EsfittINCOME
BOAT BROKERAGE 115000. Ml 11927. l/lllt in Beautiful lendicao 3-
) J. W. DVCHES REALTOR ." lot near the beach for only PRpPlflTYjDRIVE '
LISTINGS URGENTLY JS.MS Let ut thaw this, to you ;
NEEDED! For Rent'ttu CORVAiR monia. 2 Or, Bucket todeywreened :.IN loctti >
24-Mics. Bob M.rtn, MI 2 1757 ...1.. AT. RtH. WSW 12041 11" 3rd S1'' so I modem

:, Smith Chr.. Craft SeletI FORD Oalama 4 Dr. AT PS MI2l4UJ I b.oom. 2" baths targ. lb.loos equipment- 2 bedroom'D" home
saved and llaved for wall 2MIM /" "
/ RiH WSW ,
.. room nIce klch.n WIth Come m and let ut anew yoc RE; XL tllF1.In: I the departnu It,i I tn I 1,1k .n.idcnticomes
to wall carpal Seep it n. withBlua GOING VACATION built ,na001baeces. ,Iaota Ih,. butinett Priced to tell .
I 19 Ft Crotby boat
99 H PHom.Io' ...
Lu.' Rant electric
Conv V.S. AT porch overlookme.' the Terms Yet) of In Chl\.I.' III It seems
Molar New lop ntwKit ahampooar II. Naplaa Furniture BUICK tpacial 9 ROOM COTTAGe -SLEEPS Ihphoto this one ,:
( and
ka0000 center
a ahopping
(kit end tki leckett Call RIM. PS WSW 24>S I ALL ELECTRIC KITCHEN I
Co. 9/11
Ml 14/81 after 10 A M tlCADILLAS AVAILABLE BY WEEK beech nc. landicnoed lot all I Unit motel' plut 1 aptrtmtntt" Bill Mosley was rolling along when he suddenltollided
. thit' for only $19900 and ewnor's querteri A"r cond .
DaVilla 4 dr. MAT OR MONTH IN NORTH CARO. and TV Completely fu.vqd uith a fire l'srapor all things

22- Chris Craft I.. Stuff, hardtop 26-Personal PB PS. .PW. PSeat A/C LINA J700 FT ELEVATION T. ... on, of she above Call Well landicaped DonE
Sliding, flm windowsBRUNK ""H. WSW 349S CALL Ml I 6197 9/10 Itt VIVIAN OGO REALTOR IM9th fine, busIness Coma in and

.SMITH CHRIS.CRAFT ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS PONTIAC. Tempest Wagon 1295 bdm fun dresw hsuslhech Ave So Phone Ml I 2 4J49 let ut show you thIs .II.IOU"
Ml 21797 5/2931. 6/2 Man orwomoaw"'.. drinkingproblama IMPERIAL, crown 2 dr. ht room has glass slung Aitociatai ed motel Priced ( Mil ortJ) Steel
Aik for halp by calling AT. PS. ,... PW. RtH door leading, to large icrernjd Dan lu.tun" ZeIpha Hoyro good termt > >. Optimism Spreads In
20' Flare runabout with 100 hp Ml 2 4351 ViSors cordially WSW 2699 porch Lovely beth with tunken ",

Interceptor and Eaton Outdrive waicomad Maatmgt in FirilBaptiat RAMBLER amar. Wagon AT tile tub N earn.w Sea Data SUMMER SPECIALSrand See ....101.. South and Model
Built in Fiborglota tankt. bilfa Church Annex on IthSI RtH A/C IllS School Ml 23111ZZ.1f new CBS homo 2 lorgobedrooms. Hornet on duplayAttociatat, I

pump and many other ..1'... at itS Ava every Tuat and SO wall to wall tloieliraio '
---irS:>> IIlh Ac.irFuroshed ;;;;
Lua that 300 IioursrunnsntmS. Pr.' ""h' al I 30 P MU88ER "6" Std I Large kIchen Custom built' :
RAMBLER 4 d,. Sdn
E.ull.n' cOodUon 17750Phon. STAMPIia Shift. Overdrive. A/C. borCh cabbnots, Largo lyIng Lucille Olio VIrgIl, Marcum Industry Seen As Good Omen

MI U41 or MI 22.ZZ. load lOt prom.,00. Any IIn. REM HI five, rooms home room lloort Q E Bob Ja.g.rDEWEY ;
-- close 'in aduili SIlO 00 coIlIng heat Carport and landsOaped
SPECIAL On. day ....'co. Coltor County DODGE Wagon V t. AT Heater

1'1..... N... Paint lOll 9/19 month IfS Call I/1 2 IllS 110.000 00 Oll..d 1700 Trail bt Terrace eons" ,.. POLLY lit Ju.K I I I 1.1 I I 11 \-.,.,'lilhlv I lIl'l' i I. d I II J >o"I ,'II

19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby"I'unabout SI N Naples Phon. Ar nilslhl'ss N'Ws Will. : I'111! .. .'
bd.m. house 'unlOh.d 1.11 Ml I 2 748S REALTY : -, Ill "-'"III.'It'.llt' I ,0 I I.

twin 40 H P. 33-Services Offered IMPERIAL. Crown 4 dr. ht MI 23555 .ftor 1 IS pm WATERFRONT H6ME-- fvi I l' \OI.H\ ; Vl'l'.-.Optimism I .Its ,|n\MI Illllll I 17.: 1 is'. "II I
AT PS. PB PW. P Seat WOW ./JI It 4 blow 2 bath older treme Corner of lit Ave Us, .
Johnson motors with only AP ISIS Tattoo I ipitiiii/ iu ttii1 v .1"I! si.i i iiniiiH vloiiN uo<'k loll I II il iln' I ''I,' U'
house City" water, TV Cable. Trf a
15 hrs. since new. 2 18 SEA WALLSCONCRETE PONTIAC. Cony.. AT. PS. PBRtH. NEARLY RENTAL, partly furmihed on 190 X 100' .-- 1.40Isih '&lrl1Jlt tin w.i'k. un.jn: : imiu .1 i M-M" u'. '.

rll. tanks all control WOOD MOCK WSW New. Paint, 1099IS UNFURNISHED J bdrm 565 lot Loeded with Moaqultoi' -*- U l 'o'ild" u l6lil,| oincil fur Hit' Nmi i'll'. iwli-s in tin' iiiui,IK1
gas bath retlderce 1109 per Ins right now but fueii "whitM Ji*il .u 'vA, ,.
etc.: 4 wheel "Rocket" trail. Foundation Piles FORD i 0,. "." Std shIft j. w DYCHES II'. only 112000 on a yttrtlaaia front, tetwllL cantrilValTehtf( trwOim .1'1.1 i V.hiiiPn | '. In .Ins I "I i (Mil s.-t I I l''I'" i ,,1"I "I'' "'

aSH 499 1144. 3rd St SoMl I at |I5 par mo and op air.. I bdrmi I baths. porchgarege 'ill, I Iimx hiO'I'l' ini.lii Ihil UN |*.n.iil. 'Il' 11" i i sol. I .' -. .,us ,

er complete package Docks-Mooring Whips CHEVROLET Bel.Air" 4 Dr, illS 12492 lion, to buy RUTH ANDERSON $11 550. Moving ittuitnil I InUsiul\ stmiini'i liniii In IH'tt, V.i''Ill >,10' 1111151 11,114, II'niMlii "'. "' ,

1895. See at 1650 Murex tAGEN Automatic drydocktABBOTT HT AT. RtH. ,... PS. Rag R E Broker. Opponte I"'I| | 1511111 I lion' ,,,III.ln'l !I' ,
A/<5 799sr FOR RENT Palm River' Trailer Ct Midway I II" INSlllll '' (In' iiiui !Ntn i I 'I i '

Drive, or call Bill Tucker, I bedroom furnIshed cottage on I 2M4 0' MI S JIll 111\\ 1991 Mandarin Rd I lid'''''.. | .IS IIMIIll'I .11111 tlllt( tlut |lilt' :211 .K)0 'In 11-! ,'"

Midway 2-4295 Excellent Radio Road CHEVROLET, 4 Dr Sdn, V I. N.yearly., the lane.hopp.n for oc00000 165 00 month C.II Th.Beach belt 1 bedroom buy In waterfront Vandarbilt, I porch batha.carport centre! Atiuma heel and mortgege air... fur I 1004MHilil IN il tit iit'ii" I i \ II.'\ ,', ,,OIIKC' III', I h"' ,i I"i -

Burl! 2 104? 2 4393 2 4471Summar Std Trtna, RIM 591 VIVIAN 011<1. REALTOR. 5245th home 119900 Will, trade Your No doling com II.900 00dn ll'iOltl lHM'1.' 1"I, i i I ,I -
BUICK 4 0,. MT, AT, PSPB IIv. So Phsna MI 2.14. Q H LUFF R III.400. Moving, mutt tall 'Ili it UK- ,iniiiiilrVtlfkft I
Moors RIO (99 termt Reg E. iliniiNHicl. |lbi'lo'bI| | i 1",1 I IIM In, \| i I "isHP

Business Opps. Monday through Friday DODGE t 0,. HT AT RtH YEARLY RENTAL Broker. 421 oth St N. 9/141 leo .too St Nt I -Wen. of llu A IIM.,fli'.in Iron ( In "'li .:.' nnlli,I'' ',n limn' ,' iiinlliiui :,

500 to 5:30: PM PS. PB 449M Unfurnnhod home with" baautl 14 out of II of our retirement beth firefliatt, *o'ionV iinvetlmtnt i : SUV| IllstlHltr lu Sriilk .
ful view Attractive throughout' in Mn 10 i 11101 I 41,2.i mil:
Cloud 1:00: P.M. r JA
KITCHEN CABINET DISTRIBUTOR homes told on Michigan' Ave |II.'''. .
wanttd lor It.. moll VIM Shoo Repair with 2 bedroom m belh fully Only I rememlng at III.470 Including uhffe lii'lnslrv ti .I.IIMN aliVii linn \I"II'I'|, I ;.'.
PLYMOUTH. Wagon V.. R. aquipped' kitchen" Florida room 450 llth Ave So. Ibdrmt
hoe of modular kit SlIO.IO' lot. tcreen Aqualane (h'lr'I"IU. vk,IN nut iviiMiVn.Till $ .
complete Std Shift, I dr 949 overlooking Rock Creek Hal landuaped | baths. contra heal 4 TIN', I usl ill I IV Illl i'il II, '.1 I III|
Florida '
loutharn See theie
cabman cond
than, Reply Bon in I'll A I Colliar RIP-RAP SEAWALLSand DODOE. 2 d,. It,. PS. PB AT. boat '"P. Only Sill par mo ed hornet porch before air buying any retire. air, garage, weterfront., III.900IM II Js In niuk.'il I 10011 Flat Illll* l.'lllll, ill, I |I."I i 1'111111 I \/111.| i

County Newt 6/22.1' .R 999 mont hornet CARIBBEAN 10 .I M'll .lt(!'' II (lIlt Illl-ri' 10.1 IS the I..iluii I Ik'i 'iiiiiii'iil t IIM' 'iliil.' '
CADILLAC. 4 Dr AT. PS. PB Annette C Wnn., R.ollo
979 llth SI No I bdrmt.
Homa and b aa.n.ss for ..1.. ROCK GROINS SIN, A/C. WSW 799 I IIh 5' 10. MI 2 4570. ,/' ,91 RtALTY, 1790 N. Troll 9lhetf, Ml 2 baths. ,lerge porch ..,. heel .1|1:1111.|' llo'll'.|lllll'l' till' |H>..."U.II|| Tllll I,III Illl', < "" '"I"1'1 I I 1"1"I I" '"

tunneii In roar of homo In PLYMOUTH. 4 0,. Sdn RtH 2 61 ItS end eir. 117900 110800 dnII1900 itof trlk.'.
Creosote aaowolla, docks RENTALS i aparata building,' Sacrilica (or Shift, 499 beth home 190 from ,
Std Obdrm.
1 mo with" t.t md.t<"atFHA '
cash 37I I lar5s 7ii.f.r'yN. piers and groins OLDER MODELS' beach Cantrel heating, and air No doling ,toft*. Thomas F. Piiton. hotl"I1I11"It ) MINI ''n.'" In |1"It'h" I i ,,, 'n ,'niIlliil -

50* 1 *.1 c 2 bedroom furnished howe. condo Marlowe and Bock Reel.tora i the 51141 (hIll' iiiil, ol. ill.ICll0U'SI'oi | i nslflO In II,,' I I1)! '.7 r'i b I IMS,
... 1131.1f MARATHONDREDGING 13 Chrysler NY, 4 .,., AT. Near I.. Gate School alOO 00 413 9th Ave. So. Ml 2..1221.Jts.lh 1270 llth St No. I bdrmiI .
RtH PS. Fluid Drive 179 II batht, II.900 00 dn MOVE ,,,rp., haitI I i iiilinv' uj*> t41hlIl'I I ill I"In' 11,01, Ii V.

CO. 60 Chrysl.r WIn, 4 d,.. AT. 2 bedroom furnIshed apt RIGHT I I IN No ajuthfvmt 'ft, 1'\I'f/'III11.t| Hi.' '"I'liii.'ii"
7 Cats Pets ,... R"H. 'Iuid Div. 349 nice' 10 00 fefACHFRUNT RESIDENCE
-Dogs 110?.00 month wl'(" tao Sod" mi
IMi., inli.l i iinalili
Dredge, Dragline ON (100' of white sand beach 1h.it (1'1',1111'11"' V.MI I I : JUST CLOWNING AROUND

2 b.doom nfurniahad, ept I bdrm 2 bath, giraga. CBS Lot SlIP ftiril\ U7Hi 901541(1oItl ,,
On. y.ar old m.l. poodl.. pod and Dollar' Wok WOOD CHRYSLER stool and ,.,. 4/M "with tcrotned ,in pool end patio ; Block I, Royll Wli'; \tt.\'< ,.. ... MI 25952 altar I PM. overlooking bay, laawa I I IDi.!
Airport Rd Ml 2-4323 loot reduced lo III.940 solar.'liphod 1' MM ,.nil's
6lC SI12Help PLYMOUTH INC. II900. ttcrlfica IIIIO ". In. u gi> .1. .1 I IliiVMI
WE NEED: RENTAL LISTINGSSEE This It wonderful buy nod1') Hi( .it (In1 I'I'IIII: "

1W WAY SPRAY CO -Spray 2840 N Trail Ml 2 6551I9M 'In icarca Item May we thaw. Lot 14 17th Ava Sa Agueleno .ifMf'if"' l.. h".11| f.$ litI D" ,# .
WantedPart .Painting with interlock lortraval VW Sunroof loaded wItieotras. CARIISEAn) REALTY you thIn property today CARIBBEAN weterfrant, Coat |/,>M;. mmij front tk- .tidoIltOtlIfl, ; ) .11 ..I UK. :U, |iVH f...*'.- > Oiu.n"f

': fr".Al.. apacialty Licamadt C., tin b. ...n at Ml 26155 REALTY 4231h1.tf58Lots 3750 NVeil lacnflce |9290. ,hilu" Hi ?:i i III'! '" ''is ,?', .ill,|l
: oIol. ,
Cutlomert Send 'I'
lima Invettigotor wantad. Whort TheirFriendal ustr\ Oiif$ ,It mifW"' N
1139 ," A"... N. n
MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE' '*.u'.... Art. Schullhaia. MIdair ,ft.r MaC PM / m'i Lot 11 Banyan Blvd. HIgh lot I'IllIt tIoiltintrF'tf01t. .,, "ii .' lit' I limn''',, si .(lIne iim i
1111 .in' :
2 4UMSummar .
No .g. tsmt., Wilt Coast Da. North Tool Ml I .1151J' I overlooking, Gulf Sacrifice t15990. \
SaleWaterfront h.inixn.'.1 I i" Iin.In .
For "
.c'v.' A.incy. Ml' 2.2896upla Four wheel, drive jeep Private, "- R"tNr-- k 19C1. .
Telephevo soner.ogSIrVlcsIts. end I aicallant 0 condition Ph. .
I ,
"h"II'"Ik"l vh
2 bedroom home loceted In &In.1' lh..r I'XIM HUM S I 1\1'11''' I I t > "'
small ollCO wIth 5'(0ipaci
with no Ml 2 5904 before 10 ..m. or Lots
hva- In at fiehmg ratort Do. and 'K.p".nll' SOrVIS 0 after S P.m. 9/27 9t A qu.lanoshnr.5 on the ,weterThia VINCE CONBOY quite Ml oMimllrl', lIlt Ilinsl, 1,1 l lthfin ,ca'. 51'.111ll51' ,." ."'tlil 50,1, h.
S tiSi. : homo la completely fur
and .n..1 I m.'n'.n..nce. Call Vanderbilt Beech Estates .
m."c loukiil' lot pimiuiiioiiM' .. ti .11111 h" "bOO I ,0" II. 00\101 I'" I II
.. Apply Snook Hola Motal. Must Selll! mined, Priced for only IUS 00 Lot I block I L unit 2 SI. Solo Ave. ,

Marco Florida 5/2851 Monday through Hours Friday 1960 R.n.ull 4 CV 1211 00 MI. on yearly' bine To show call Lot I. ftloek, t. unit: Itl PIt. Mt r.v'.t QVIT In. I 100) null mi" iniis 1411 u" .1 I I Iilium ttiil, Hit Ili-iti,iin Mill 1 1

Ml 1 24749 at VIVIAN OQO, .900 ceih for both 'lots Phone I' II,,IIS '"II I 11,1\\,1
MALE & FEMALEREAL 5:00: to 5:30: P MCloaad 1313. 1/14.It REALTOR., IZ4 9lh Ave So IlllJs11 IIltlRNWYOUR out In
Saturday 1:00: P.M. .!.. .- or write: Don Holland 740 121 Tli- immiilijiimitliKik.' MtlinoarliiR "'A. III II I, I 11,,, I I. up "i I i,.1,1., i
ESTATE PERSONNEL. Avenue. Treatura Uland Fie
LICENSED. SALARIED POSITION Viet Shoo R.pslr515.5W 40-Autos Repairs Puts LAKE PARK 3 bedroom. f. Phone 160 7954 c: s' .ul11nwr WIt 01!!'" flwHrouil iiidl my liov II i '11 1 lu. 'in I M I "i"i "Tmi

CALL Ml 2 6136. beth houaa. unfurmahed Con 9/74 iso DRIVER'S LICENSe wnill'l iWrolint '
Roofa with enclueiveBRITE 'I., Wlllrli I ', h" ."d. 'II IU .u "I'|' I I.win,1 I.
9/9 WHITE. Baautifiaa' protacta. ; : 53,000 'owner n MId.way21354 DURING YOUR adfh"1 'ur ti II'i'" III Ill' *>,*'' sUfllNls.,1 1 I'b, I"". I"i iIfiHisi'rs. ,
and aaala' all roof. Free LOOK HERE! POLLY ,0 ,
I Want. Female "hm.'... Ml 2.5455. NAPLES 1151StPORT BIRTH MONTH I omi! f 11,1' i I. i It, i in h, Ip I I"i"

ROOF CLEANING PAINT. REALTY ROYAL Lot02 Galleon simi" I'XiM nil II 'I's 0"1"1"' pin with hi. n ''u'.' i 11,1,1,1.I I i h'

Reception.. wantad Write boa I NO CO. 1I1.I0t Wondering! where to go Drive Fir Sale or Trade PUBLIC NOTICI dm HUH at Hi'' "m 11111"1 I '"" t",, ,, .
1737 A.I. Colhar County 1'1..... struggl d I .i I ,,,, k i ol oIl" I h
Ace Radiator Repairs With your car problems Corner of lit A".. Uo. & Write G J Herbert 2620 Foil. hold\ .ttbovn 70 IH-I' ''ni I 'ofpill'it' i .. ,
9/2131. 12SECRETARY_ Tamiaml Trail, Read D.".... Conn MIIK. < III MM''II 'III I'I sIlMlll.l, I ",,

WANTED PER. Oat tanks repaired welding Factory FinIsh Paint Jobs Ml J4356. Mr Sharpie 1 duplan 'lots neer NOTICE The OF PUBLIC informed NEARING not fir 1"1111\ I I isi "IM*'s siiplx ,1 I I I". sj 1"1, ..1011111 h. ,..I..I."II

MANENT POSITION. PLEASANT SICk, Steam iin A cleaning dalivarw Wrecks Rebuilt i b.d.oom 2 b.th. completely Sao .O'o: School, You :"vrol to. I>ublic I public heenne are will' that t tneCourthouae a 79,4!) I js-r i',-iil 1 r ii<' i "i."' 1,11 l I"i II I I"", ,11'1'1"I | i ,I ,lii. I 10... k" Iii

WORKING CONDITIONSCALL AP 2464 Davit Blvd MI '.42'5 Tuneupt furnIshed, hom. I block from on Ohs tell NI.:1tI:: ,,\, it55'Ot bit ttuS|>rlnit |I"' ,ik.OlAINll ,,,, .
MI I till ".0..1 ICosI I orlourses orloachar All for 94 900 Q H LUFF I .1'I i I k l' I I 'n.'' ""I. I Ii
AM Tueiday un4 9, IIM
Front and alignment R. E 421 Ith SIN UK \I"I'I, !
526 IfSecretary Rig Broker lurlild : "I.
Motor Overhaul Mt. 2 9JI 61JI.&IGu..t for the purpoie of hairing any com 0 "I 1., I .. I"',,, inn. .
,.. For SaleBEAUTIFUL 9/14t plaInt" or reason why the fallow" IsterH\ the I (fill, l'.l III Ill 21Mk "
oil .
lor law young 8-Autos Trtntmiation, rebuilt homo one block from 1110"0, .1 I h.., k-Ii.gl I III

food typ.it Enperianco. not re.quirad Quit Completely furniahed ng should not bt re toned at de Illl'l W.IS (hi" hli'llCSt/
517.11EopsrI.ac.d LubricationBrakat imbed, herein, "i ,Ill .I urimit I., i''mnii,' I ish
Ml 2 4200 Monthly or up to toolS January KIIKtIII!' tlllil'wl.k ill list, I
wantatf I. MI 2407S 9/2911 PARCEL B: All' that tract or parcel him lit (In-iiiu' i.ir'' Ic n'. .wluii VrMills | .
: wait nil PolIsh t Wan DISTRESS! I ", .rn..dsm000ayi 'if lend I lying and being in the Juni. Milli I luniixi :!2.II,0) I '
5.. Halan Beronl at aHeileurent loulh.... one quarter of Section II, v. IkMl hy ui.l .ml. (toysIhiil
8/31.5114Help Don look any further 10 acre 1650 total IIHIS,. III'|' H.OOQ Inns II UPI tin'I
1961 50-Rooms For Rent price Collier. County Reel, Etlite Township' 90 South Range 29 East. ,i II. .il I k'I"' | ,il I in thc
See Ml 23991. Open Sunday being more particularly, datcribadIt (pr'vltI1I'f'k., ..
Wanted Male 'lollowt Begin, at the .oulh....' .11 ,
CADILLACSedan Ingram Chevrolet Inc. Near Beach 6 o..n' 1/70.11 The hmitfH iistmni'i bIll
corner of Section 12 10
Largo beth 4 T'wnuiia
room privete .n
Quick, d..1 20 IU South Range 29 Eatt Iriance run Blccl, ihi uutnimitilli, iii'lusin ,
acros sir
JM10 I'er MonthI 130 Ith St. N. Mil S10S trence. Week or year Cell MI
2 .JI Sun er after S P M .".. Coli.. County R..I Es.lab. North 0' II &0" Welt a entente i nllnui>il tu rolilili( MI/,. nr<."ilpiijounli fnOAt) ) TltftM MALI OP
need a man who n..d. to De Ville Naplee. Fie Sill qt MI ,.J9I.. Open Sundays.S7wulf af 121144 feat to a point, tn,nct o( SlIP 11..1.11 illlinuTl, *Vj lDftS TOlfllSTS WlLtrw
maka 1(00 month to tall Cost Cl ) I
par run South 92 04 09 e PITLI1N l WJOTMER VISIT
tha lamoua Whita Cross Plan 44-Mobile Homes 167 09 feet lo a ftiM., Ill prrxU'-tlon tit < JTS II.:is i in i.iili I

In and around Nnolot .Load Lifa, byORIGINAL M-TnJe or Sell FIVE ACRE TRACTS CLOSEIN pot .b'n the Point of a Ciwr Vt hv Use ?McmnriJl 1 I II",I I'll 1.141 -- -.

fun"ed Wro' .nk.rt 50' 0 10' Shyllos TroI. II maybe ON ROAD SURVEYED curve to the Sdulheett rta.t ._ ....
and Casualty Ca 20. Alor OWNERAir curve having a central enflt' ol, 4' hf''nl''ork l upck.
moved or lot rented See et TRADE FOR LOT Large t ISO 00 DOWN AND 110 00 A
Pl.... Sarasota 0' cult .551111 Lake Kelly after 1.30 P M Ml bedroom, 2 beth home priced MONTH MARLOWE AND 10 40 en ere itanci of 4)11
5/16.5' Conditioning 26341 9/2491 et 111.900. Mortgage peymentIJ7 BECK REALTORS 411 9TH and e rediut' of 971119') (led" Tg
per mo Went city, lot AVE SO: Ml 29221 J/29.11 lying on the Northeaiterla. right.of. 41.EE
Rant or tale treiler. lot, fully line of US 41 (Timiiml PUBLIC NOTICE
16-Help Available Double Eagles Tires. I furniahed' |J9 dn 119 a I Trail.CARIBBEAN Ml 2S199 REALTY 1790 N 40 ecrea 4'Irsaha. Cloie ,n |SOO Trail) thence following"" th< CUy. 7iIEIAWfJ IIL
month Less then II.100 Mid' CARIB
4/26. tha.tf 'iAc'Et' spIlt. store Northeeiterly I fight'tf NOTICE OF .
H .ka can ol elderly pao wey 2 5545 1112. 1750 N Troll. 1'nh: Tfl PUBLIC HEARING
of Tamiami flo
1.1'1 my homa WY 22663Bonita TRULY 'Will ,.. acreeie for FwtJ Ml I 24191. '/21. The. If way feet The public are informed thel e
Springe 9/17.IIExperiencedlecrtlary Trailer. with, cabana ana car' Otto Southeast. run 422 It public hearIng will be held el 'h.Cou'.u !
Collier ReelEatata
pert I orrestsr tale Nice, loCition vehicle. County Oacr.s for sale et |90 perM point nod point being' the POINTOF I ,,, Ceil Naples PIe etII I ITIlE
book MI 2 3550. Open Sun :
IMMACULATE Ml 24199 or 22792. .ght tell perl Twotouth BEGINNING and beirg ,on tneSoulheeiterly II AM Tuetday' June 9 1164.
kaapar Ml t 5919 926 SI III tt daya mbIOs of propoted PtLauderd010 line, Of Mta Collier for tne purpoto of h aartrgan t com

wantad Short MI 2-4439 Itd CARllelAN County Cou" House prelertO."Ihance plant or reeiont why the following
Part tima Job REALTY. 3160 N Trol. MI21UI run North 41 0?' 17" Cast 0 .'0'
hours. Young itt 55-Slores Office should not be re toned at deicr
pay for short ehaut 1962 ThundarbirdHardlop R i. 045-Traile For Rent 1/21 Th' II lence of 600 feel to a point thence .bed herein
62. white, mall, have oltimplo H. Power ..,ndow,. aaata Fee run North 17 0?' 17" fall t d'" Prtpoted Snrter Subdivition, lying

feur't licanaa. knowladfa. .7065. tory air conditioning Law mileage Trailer (I a week with TV. C",c. No B inC Story e."n 11 macri. on lmmobaioo. hi lance of 4)9 31 feet to t point: RhInOS in Section' 14 Twp 49$. Range
MI 2
boo k..pn. Ml after I PM. jtld.ng 991 90 par Mo IllS !rd 1/500 catn Your chance for e ...
24104 110 a weak B paces It e week run South 44 41 00 welt i. e.lence 29 C to be re toned from Agn.
112'.5' 4/a n Trailer Park Silo. Walkme, t Barken 901' good inveitment CARIBBEAN of lilt( It feet ta a point.
_ Rock Creek Culture ta R IB rendenliel Owner
REALTY. 1790 N Trail MIdway
Would lika work ol any kind "9l"J'P.. GOOD CONO Caste 9th Ava So Ml 2 9149 2 IISI di2l'h. tfIrjctt sod, post tying, on the Nartlteetter.ly John Wetley end Opal' ttorter

through summer months to halpfmanca 31000 MILES. 1321 Ml I-13M. 4111.11 right.of way line 'I'I'h TtimemiTreil BOARD OF CHRISTIAnSClfnCf
next of collaiaMl IU S Route ) tnence following
yaar hor traIor or hnleoOt4 OvorS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
1/21St _ _ For Rent
2.d35S. 11I0.'h. 29 48-Apts. 57-Homes For Sale I acre tracls 1.... acre I acro ; the cams lure 1.'h North Collier, County. Floride,
with electricity end latterly r,ghi of wey ef U III Furmthed, apt for rant 119 per roads' Other S.,acreage trectt iiaid curve having t 1hIr Marttret T Scott Clerk
week 'Inquire at 1409 CreechI2J01 Threa b.oom .c..d lana, 120 dn |20 per mo and up angle of 2'' 14 21". (if 'tr(. ai 29i' By R W Beetty
Rd. 425.00104Cetscle. and lovely I avdsca png enclosed Collier County Reel E".'. Ml and e rediut ef 9799 IV I a duftnceaf Deputy Clerk

with a tturdy cyclone fence ere 2 )9I9 Open Sunday 260 feel 10 0' po.nliiid Mop. 24. Jl. 5564tN >I9I
.. D't. Woos. 0' feeturea of thia
150,005. II IRIS MOTEL' M'' 1 bedroom home on city water 2/11t''h. point being the Pont, of ...

or Ml 26199 and ..... in Lake Perk Only I, acre rteett 15 00 dn and 5:05100' THE COURT OF THE mOnITOR

Owner furmahed oIl, 113 "0. Terms evaiieble, Cell |5M par mo no ,nl...., SIlO PARCEL C CowmanC.g II 110Southoont COUNTY JUDGE.
large One Mite from Golden Oaf 01 loden 52.Ohsnce COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDA
Air cond StonecreftApia owner. Ml 2 4529 "before 9 00 ornor
::'r'r ciancy Ml J4IJJ or Ml 4 2'92 PM City Collier County Reel Et abovg tho WII' hoe .1 uoI IN' PROBATE
..'. MI 2.J9I' Open Sunday Section 12 NO"h' II' 10 *!* Ht RE ESTATE:: OF
'od.n I bedroom unfu.n.h. PRIVATE: 9ALE 2l6tfwlhtiyit 115124 feet: thence North 19, 41' REUBEN i. NECKERMAN
eo APARTMENT wIll co.... NO SROKER9 10" Lost '000 feat ta the Haniwetl .
pub kitchen, Near beech ..n..hop"'I. Owner mult salt, three bedroom SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN corner of the Court .Houia fit: TO ALl. CREDITORS: A"O'PERIONS Accurate
399 Ith Ave So Ml 2 beth home n THE MOOR ACREAGE thence continuing, Nortn 914f).' HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMAUDS
2 lit_4/21 II INGS Central heal and e NOW I aCre loads loc..d East In 00 feet thenca'Nonn SS' AGAINST SAID ESTATE

conditioning clrpeting throughout ana mile from US 41 12' 49" East 94741 feet thence You and ...h of you are hereby
Sabal Shores Apt. aicept 2 bedroOms Compiete Dr ve an to th.t property w th ,
North 0 16 10' Welt 141 It fiatlor notified and required to pretantany Complete
YEAR ROUND LIVING kite ion mciud ng diapoaal' your own car and compere .1 the PLACE OF BEGiNNima' ofIhit slams end demendt which you

Modern ana bedroom and afficiancy and ihwaiher Nice so...n.d afl.ntt_any other'. Only 119 h.crop"on thence North I II or ether, of you may heve ....n.'
Apia furniahed TV porch paved dr vewoy toddedlewn loon fun pr ce |799 Forfurtner 90" Went 200 00 feel thence North the itlete ef RIUBEN J NECKER News
Phono Ml 24104 after information
Cable in Monthly or year T contactD 19 41 10 Eett 1051 70 feet thence MAN deceeied lete of sad Coun
Janet .. '
9/76 IISORMCNTO EnlOr" meMidway
round MI 2 4455 Kelly Mr end PJW South 2 92 45' Cese'Ill'Ofl'OIoO' Py. to.lne- County Judge of Collier
2 SHO P 0 Be I)) ..:
6eca Ava_1/3.ifbdrm CAKOEN" 4 tea1 thence South 47 It 2I Wilt l1t CountFlorida at hit o'fKi >n trIo

room J bath brickfront .beauty feet to tne Northeeiterly r got sIres court haute of laid, County et EeitNepiei Coverage
I furnnhed apll hoar Th,. very I aries"I apacioua I 61-lncom4) Property line of the Temiomi Trail (U S 41)Ihence ) Floride. with.n (Iiahit,
month and ahoppmg Weekly, home has I,ving room famil/ along te.d r,git of way line gar montht from the toni of the

2 r04r )year around 115113s.droom MIdway room w.th full brick eleveted Centrally toe..... 'laundry and Nonhwetten26000 feet >inj Ohsant firtt fublicetion af thu m>t,c* Two
fireplace. il,d."* date, doort to .donn., ito building w.thncame of a c ,..,1., curve eo".ia te co,'.. of duN cloim or demmdIhell

furnnhed el><>."e. patio Lane kitchen with ancuitom Meno.e end BeckRetitart the Soulhvetl radon Sill 51 feettubttndad be in writing and shall tteit f rUt>al ii*
apt No pots or children Ml I built cabmata dupoteldiahwaihar 411 SOlO Ave So Ml by e chord wn.t" IbIs the plate af retidence end pott .'
2 1317 or Ml 2 nit 4/Hf range Recreation 2 5121 i/nil. North. 01 I' ..' Watt 29.1 H faal.thence net odorous tf Otto claimantI'
-m160 1m'v room could be used al f"kadraom North 44 41.' M" (sit. entn leegtnt 50cm to .t the 115,554,1 IOJTOM

,,,. I bdrm ipll ItIe.." has edioinine. beth Islander A..n'. .. Close' to"Ch 1116 19 feel. Ihence North If1 5?' IfEett at00000y and accompariud 5,
gee TV. Air Cond 749 4th Office, could olaa be aced ai sod shop.ng, 0",n.. ,ftcoo. 12942 feet Ihenei North a MiHeim leo of ewe dollar I sod 5.' 00 10$ ANGILtS

A.. So Ml 14912 5,110 email .bedroom Cerpeting ," terms Murlowo and loc W 41" Wait 790 M feet. thence or demand not to filed, shall
living ..... '''''''0 in bedroom P0011011. .n 5th Ave 10 M'' North 0 19 60' Watt Ill IS feat ta v6>'. LONDON
FTrmanad I bedroom apart mine sold hervceiroas 2 5221 3111 thence South 97' 07IV weI'l ., /Gertrude R Necherment

mist. Hugo I.v'rg ;:;am. 5.tctt.eo ; Fully todded m 'lob. withavad FOR SALE 00 feel to the Place tf Bt / / Oearge M. Neckermen
00C SaW. MI 2 ,/ driveway. double car Aptrtmentt near tha beech end ginning. containing ISIS acre afland At Co tiecutart of the
non Jirtt IH Pr'ce keel W,H and Teetement V
veara OM
thopajing comer cent'ttmg of more or leit
49-Houses For Rent t<4 904 CARIBBEAN" RF.ALTYVW 4 unite I completely furn.thed The foregoing to be re to".f"hit REUBEN. J. NECKERMAN.geceeied I Year $24 6 Month $1%
N Trail, Ml. 3 5555. Cemme'fal."
end the other pertly furnithedPr Agriculture to CIA
1 Month $6
Ml.tha.lf ced ta tell termt Cell Owner' Diway R OargiuieBOARD '
One and. two, e 500oo., .iw.sefurntihed good OF *. .<. ,.- 'attorney*' .for the (stole of Clue hiD odvertieexeiif wdMem
VIVIAN OGG REALTOR:: forapoaintment
OC. City water nearTrail 'AAVkReooOIlT HOME 2 S.dreoms COMMrttlMCt 'SdbelN t. PIECKERMAN.otOeusi. a) wMk yew che -- ., Psi. and ee_ Three tocha t bath Florida roomBarege to ehow 124 9tK COUNTY" Florae f> .. aiene, erdaff tot:
from Reeaonebio ratea e Ave So Phone Ml 2 4741 Collier County
M on aeawalledcanal 949 MR Avanua S.tNapiat. -
Tk. Ckmtlen Sileaee MonMoeOne
From lIt t. 969 per mo Ml Clean and well cared for (SEAL) Florida
T Scott CI. Honey
24009 M W W.'k.ni s'iJ.ol Priced at 11.100. Owner an* Mariaral .. ..
besides nee- CALL TilE "l .1- O. ParhsI.e
been to NEWS FOR By R W Booby, Men. 0211JFB
Wh.t eke have you up Ona kadraom furnianad onfurn.ahad love to sell. CARIBBEAN Clerk .... ,,_. JI

tng a f.'rjta Want Ad'" _so. Call after Si3el 4P REALTY 4I5J JIM N. Trail 4/26.Iht MlI .If RUBBER STAMPS May 14 Deputy II .1964 *I91 May 2. It. June 1. 14. SH4 a157 ,I'
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'. 12 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Red. or Yellow Kobeys Shoestring

Sunday, May 31, 1964 Hawaiian Punch 3 4c6::. $1. Potato Sticks can tall We

Council AgendaThe 4 F 6P Flavor Perfect Smooth or Crunchy Swift's

agenda for Wednesday's Fruit Cocktail c3a; 19c Peanut Butter 16 %' 3ft
9 ajn. meeting of City Councilt .
1. Call to order and invoca- j 1 jar
tion. ilthi j Van Camp Delicious Armour's Star

2. Reading of minutes of % "U T s'
previous meetings. Pork & Beans 19c Vienna
: S
3. Reports Sausage ts: ; $1.
t. Parking Meter Comml-

tee.b.. Zoning and Planning aaO PRICES EFFECTIVE I :t L J' e clairisfcc'iuls .
((1)) Elect a chairman vice MONDAY, TUESDAY Pillfbwiy'l

chairman((2)) Application and secretary.from Mrs. WEDNESDAY Caramel-Nut Roll 11 '*;;'. 39

Richard L. Fleming for JUNE 12.3, 1964 Lucky Whip

home addressLots occupation 22.23 licenses 4 24, _._ 1.i T( Dessert Topping ,"149: *

Block 9, Tier 8 (Corner of fw /
Y ''plus 50 eat re free J-V Green Srampi with coupon)
Broad Avenue South and 8th Jr4'
Street South)]Type Beauty i4T
frozen foods
Parlor Zones Home occupations e
permitted In"E" k' t Patio Combinor'in

Single((3)) Application Family District.from Wal b ,' 1 Mexican Dinner 12.oK.pllg. 39

ter T. Donovan for City Green Giant BabyBrussel
License (Home Occupation)! .

Address 678 East Lake .: ;. I I Sprouts Ip p0kg" 39
Drivel Type
'/ Sara Lee ButterPound
Real Estate Broken;

permitted Zone Home In Occupations"E" Single 4C' Cake . 12-ox.pk9.Iplui jya

Family District. down produce lane SO eitra free J-V Green Stomps with coupon)
4. Old Business
a. Purchase of propertynear Large Florida Pascal
fishing pier.
b. Quit claim street to School
Board and relocate east end of 5 C
22nd Avenue North. Celery stalk
c. Public hearing continuation .
(10)00 ajn.) to consider r

and renaming 7th between Avenue of certain 4th North Avenue streets North located 4 c::

ordinance.b b.a.. New Seawall Revision business permits.of pay plan ,'\\tfl'/f.e

c. Relocate east-west utility CLIP AND
easement In Block 22,Tier '
REDEEM THESE ... .... /
9.d.. Request from Ed Frankto # .
settle water main extension PREMIUM TENDER-GROWN ,
e. Accept water mains -
Frank's Subdivision Tacoma FRESH NOT FROZEN
Park and Sun Terrace. ChuckGOVT. Steaks ''
f. Proposed agreement with -
Big Cypress Golf Club for veil QUARTER SALE" -=

field g. sites Correspondence. Oreen Stamps! L '
ed1*M eeepl. /p'ar/ess eSvlf '
(6.Note Adjourn The new motion picture ', Premium Sliced with' lb. 49c"-
"Naples Rediscovered" NIW ENGLAND LOAF 6-s.. pbf. 49* BREAST ribs r -. -.
will be shown In the Council I (l>*4n* Mr*. June |, IM4)Jftl :
Room at 8i30 '.m. precedingthe

meeting.) LOrenStamps LEG QTRS Short Ribs"

Red \Chinese )
Asks d* >lsee eMCe' d>eaoek Ib.39c

9f/3-os. con 49c $
In U.S.
Asylum" : (4elsY. Wd, Jun. a, Ise11JIOroen

Chlh"l':"' i young Red Chinese Ibe
; .I .

ly diplomat Burundi wait to,In apparently reach Central his Africa.new could post bare.For In r / ..IIEiliLi1" \ .

TonY Stick
the day after he arrived Tung Style
marched Into the U.s. Embassy ( Stamps BRAUNSCHWEIGER 39
and asked political asylum. ears That was the story told by SARA in POUND CAM

Elate day night Department In confirming officials reports FrU 12...*Wdr*. i sky Junt I 79eIINr. 1M4) MAXWELL HOUSEINSTANT
that Peking while trying to wina
following In Africa had lost QMMMJJIMIJftl ;Ij
one of Its standard bearers. COFFEE % Y
Tung 1s something of a rare . .
prize. US sources say he U one
of a few-and probably the high. LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER WITH PURCHASES OF $3.00 OR MORE
est ranking>l Peking's dlplo.
( Green Stamps

matte service to defect. The
only other cases they could re. ed W,sear ell,,riser ti
call were of an Interpreter and SUAVE FOR WOMEN
a clerk. small rite 69e plot fox DETERGENT SALE!
There few
were details avail (a.el.r Wdr JYM 1, ir11pwA15o
able. The Communist Chineseare
understood to have estab.
llshed a flve-man embassy staff
In Bujumbura capital of the
newborn state of Burundi, for.
mally administered by Belgium LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER WITH PURCHASES OF$3.00 OR MORE
I as a U.N. trust territory, Green Stamps
The 24.yearx Tung Amerl.can ;
uI$ie eeepM e.d er ell
officials reported joined
the Red staff Monday as an as. VASELINE HAIR TONIC I
slstant cultural attache-* title slant size 79e plus tax ALL FLAVORS
that can cloak many missions.On (KuClrM W 4., Junt !. IoM) iLl1
Tuesday, he switched sides
showing up at the American ROYAL GELATIN.
Embassy to ask assistance In . . )
obtaining asylum
He is now staying at the em. LIMIT 4 &CUSTOMER WITH PURCHASES OF $3.00 OR MORE
bassy while American diplomats
arrange with the Burundi gov. Or en Stamps
ernment for hit safe departure .ask W eeepusaedpwel.rekDASH
the officials said.
It was not known, or at least
not disclosed, where Tung would 6 foil cant Sac
go after leaving Burundi.
U.S. officials are seeking safe .
transit for Tung wherever he Mon. Thurs.
wants to go, the V.S. sources WHERE i
said ___ __ PUBII

PLAINS N.Y (AP) ? Oroen StarirampseNNsellpr 8:30 9:00
Anthony SpOil never knows / IS A
whether folk who drive up to his FAEEWAX FLOOR WAX SaturdayPLEASURE
filling station wantfisoline or to a # 8:30.7:00
26 99c4amN :
his ot con _,
lei antique There ere
/ te t, JYM I. IMIOUVU / .
40 clocks In the station here and
100 more at his home Purchase
Spotato has been collecting

clocks since at the 1939.filling The stations timepieces 1'Rd! 650 O1 FR a 50 !50mEr lAAm50I 50 uVV Ep leA O 50I

banshees who "clean given him their by customers attics," J// Green Jtf Green Stamps Jftl l Green Stamps J" Green Stamps

Spotato He has said.r a grandfather. clock he a.'k dYte.er cud Stamps sees..ea ] wli eels teen_.....ek I vl.ale wrr.4...._eta I wish Os twe.e..4....d...... !

and what he believes be the 3 16-ox. 2 12-c1 pllgl. 194I1.Mn. 5-os. jor $1.15Ilnpn.
may 2 303 29claeln. 'LL .
cant : C't Wd. JYM L 1MN ::
14.Wd.> Ju<<
first 1
battery-run clock made in Whir JYM s. teM
this country. The clock can run O 000 O O 00 00 0 O OO 00 800 iSmSiftjil1
a year on three cell batteries.
Part of the job of keeping the -- ---
clocks ticking belongs toSPOlltO' chicken of 9-lives pompeiianolive swifts meats final touch praise
V brother Angelo who carey's (

I hobby works Is st the racing station pigeons.- and. whose shaker salt sea chunk tuna pet food oil for babies fabric softener beauty bar

Hot 4..,' 79' 47 2 39' I
CALL THE!: NEWS FOR 2 peck tJ- 3 6c fI$1 2 COM 29' sisa 21' 3 S. size tlae

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SECTION B Sunday, May 31. Itee
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If You Dig a Deeper Well, w

The World Will Beat a Path + .

GREENSBURO Kan (AP) Highway 54 to peer over the rtr, v i .)

This southwestern Kmsss town at a pool of water 84 feet below, y,
has written s success story in The U.S. Department of Com tr ie u ,
the tourist business with s water merce, In a booklet titled "Your ,
1L well that didn't even accomplish Community Can Profit From the I t, i _
its original purpose. Tourist Business" says this) t
Back in 1887-89 the Santa Fe "One community in Kansas appeared ,'.t ? 11 a ;

Railroad dUI the well to supply to have nothing at all to ,t h !
water for its trsms The well, interest tourists However, some +
109 feet deep and 32 feet in of its leaders hit on the idea of ry 41ia.
diameter, was cased with native advertising Us deep wells,
a stone quarried along the Medicine claiming one of them to be 'the /
River, 12 miles south world's largest hand-dug well.'
But the Rock Island Railroadwon One hundred thousand tourists
the race with Santa Fe to see it every year
reach Oreensburi so Santa Fe "Merely by selling curios at
stopped at the county line. Un- the well sue, the community has
-q L .r.. -- ,- til 1932 the well was used to been able to finance a 1,900-
HAPPY FISHERMEN were Mr. and Mrs. William supply water for household and square foot new Chamber of HAPPY GRADUATES Eighteen member of beth Bernard" Janet Woodward Patrick Aunt and

Bueltnnnn of St Louis, Mo. visitors in Naples commercial purpose Commerce building the 1961 graduating class of St Ann's Catholic John Bass. Middle row from left LucilleVest-

during the past week, who caught/ these three A few years back the site Greensburg" II'' school me shown above in commencement robes brook, Suellen Ward, Gail Gwaltney, Susan De-
began The
I Rnook w ei'rhinj// from 11 to 17 pounds while aboard Largest promoting Hand-Dug Well as in the IRMW YOUR and mortals. It was the eighth graduating class Land and Thomas Noonan. Back row left, to

Captain Ralph: Odum's "Gulf Spia\ out of the World Last year it attracted \\DRIVER5 c-* in the history of the school and the first time that right, Thomas Connolly, William Donovan, William
(McGrath photo) LICENSE I, the first class Daudsen Francis Guinan Dale Bremermanand
SportS pot. 100.000 visitors who left U.S.I some students went through from ,
\\ BIRTH DURING MONTH YOUR r\-\ to the eighth. Front l'Oleft, Patricia Rosen Daniel Larrabee. (McGrath photo)

dahl, Jennifer Watkins, Marcel Sokaloski, Eliza.

I Purple Thread Builds Library .

CLARKSBURG. Calif (AP) it's the last. house he'1.ver\ earned approximately 118000 :-. :.; .;;.; .; .:
Historians report that the citizens move Cost of the library ia estimated : .: :': :..::.; :-::.::.::
of the Roman Empire used a On June 8, 1 1'1111. the Purple at 38000. Projecting that :r. ',' ,' :.: :.::.::.: :.:
thread in their tunica Thread had Its grand financial ,
purple to opening success spokesmen for : ';
denote quality and distinction The key lo the project was the project say they hope to break ; .: : : :
The northern California town of cooperation in donating good ground for the library this spring "
Clarksburg on the Sacramento quality clothing and other dia. or summer ; ; ; ;':;'
River is far removed in lime and I cards But the town discovered

geography from that era, but the s psychological harrier 4 v it
"Purple Thread" lives on. Many residents attached a Grace Lutheran s

It's the name of S. shop owned stigma. to used clothing: '....
Vacation School
and operated by the 400 pepple Mrs. Hermger made a point of a '!;
of the community lo raise money wearing buys from the Purple Starts June 15
for a library Thread as part of her around- -,
About three yeara ego a number town wardrobe Others noticed Grace Lutheran Church, on the "' .
of townspeople decided they the "nearly new" bargains and Trail at Twelth Avenue N., will '
wanted more reading matter than fell in line. conduct a Vacation Bible School
the bookmobile could offer The Purple! Thread has thus during the week beginning Mon. .J.
As one resident described the day June 13: at the church.
bookmobile: "|1\'" like s quick The school will\ meet from : 4 Ili
lunch counter; you just grab County Agenda 9 sm to II:SO a.m. dally and I a '
something and run." will conclude with a parents
Too for tip County "'
A rummaga .Utopias .wle: bleht t MTvlc i at 7:30 p.m. OHTrTfcy ;
CornTntsslflu/ meeting sot I fur .
upon to library raise the fund fur a permanent Tuesday, Julie, 2 t Although night,enrollment June 19. Is open .- ," r
0 of board
No suitable building was minutes. to the public for children be. r
available but Gus Olson offered twein the area of three and w
t r
9:IS: UrH| >it of utility en.glii
a vacant farmhouse he owned asa 14, and may be made by call.
< er
donation. Another .ing the church office, facilities .
libraryconcious 10am, Kt |'ol'I (if county .
member, are limited and early registration
community health and welfjie.
Mrs Norman swlor. donated la advisable Class.
1030 am.-Mrs. IU. Bras
es will be closed to enrollmenton
the use of a lot next to thetuwn'a hear re Ix* icli acres :.j ,t / !" i' '
Friday, June 12.
post office.. -
utu-GuySt"vall re parksand
Refreshment will be served
Commercial movers wanted a : '
rt'freatloii -
daily to the youngsters and no :: : ;
prohibitive tl 000 to transport 11\:13 a.in. Presentation of '
the house to the lot This problem charge Is made for the school
Collier' survey of Marco Island. Y
was solved when Mrs Fred 12 noon:- Recess fur lunch but a dally free-wlll offeringwill arrsetltaen'r. ,
be y
Hermger, wife. of the president 1 1:30 p.m, L.L. Loath re accepted.The WE NEVER
Vacation .
yearly Bible
of the California harm Bureau water fraud tse.
'Sch tot Is a function of the Sun.
Federation talked her husband 2:1'/11./ Gtmral business _
day School Department of Grace
into tackling the job ,
and Ctlrt'I'I"dt'JI[ Lutheran Church, of which lAtA"-

He accomplished it. but aa>s t1nulApI'I'uvt: THE audpay bill I. ord llcnnlngs Is superintendent. VACATION GO ON

1::un in the minincr season, \\lnii' most 1 folks are planning/ on. or leaving fur a vacation,

G the kt.iff of Hiitinbirg Hornet it I available to nine )'
I Mason, continue thioiighout lit1 rl'lr. Because of the size of the Hiitenberg organi/atlon, thoiWnct
I =
of our man or man)', on vacation does not (hold up the Deration> In any way

',' rur)' lUite'>ilxrg J IIoiiu h guaranteed for a full year, and automatic, unsolicited service

.; :r tails arc mult at regular Intervals throughout t this guarantee period If, at any time, any.

ri Offers The jN,)% thing nttds to Ill'! brought lo the a'tuition of f the Service Department between calls, they I I4s.

t" f will ans\ur Ihl'M' needs promptly

'; Con.striii-tiiiii of HnttiiUrg I Ilnmes continue, throughout c'\t'rr month of the year withIN
I IN "
M.ISOIII! shut duty II rn or ilt11) Hutiiilxrji( ;( KIMiIII wmcr. and the' extra II III'II till" that ,

,1 goes with utr)' Huteiilicrg" Home ire the reaMinn whv "more. than :1000 families throughout
i ia
IK! 'tatl' of I loridj now the in Huttnl>crg HOIIKK. ,

J? i-
a Id\l' out and tic the twit I Utlrooni. two }hath Soimrstt, 113,990tlircc; Ixdroom, two bath
C.ItII"'I, $14,990and I ; the four liedroom. three bath. ilk 1"(01: $17,990Iaudtost5 additional,
: "
I 18 Hole ChampionshipGolf Hnttroherg JlIIIIIC" arc omi \uklifrom y a,m, 106 pan and weekends from Oum, to6pm,

Course in Excellent




I Notth (mill Naptto. on L'S

A.A.U. Size Pool 75 Ft. 111 11 I Qutenbt/r ,torte II At 1220 Mai*. 1 "
.ftoC.ILI! darin !lliMtl! {>Hji4))'itt Sandra
Sultelit uloiuVatth} (for ..M
by 40 Ft. by 30 ft. I
KiiteiilxrK" ,! llnmes .1 -"
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FamilyIemberships:\ Available IVl ti from highwayI R '


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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, tats SI, 1884 __. I 1..1.i till! '1IIIIn' (" ,'fl" I I IL111.I Diamonds Stir BattleBy
in, glsal, that, Ihi, "I, 'Iullta) Moon
Nsras"' watr.uxw, .... .c Will be (taken up| mil .1 i ,,101111011! s 4
Set 1st I Is the absolute that const!ruction oats I*
.mmokalee News started im the erection IIf a su. WASHINGTON (AP)-The old tong talks about pen

gar mill here to have It < 'in. r.r r. met from heiven Now some cimtt.U: have gone It,
BY MRS. W. n. QARRETT plrted In time fur the SF1 i ing better and are talking about diamonds from ,lilt'i
.... r In 1965.:;
aatr.rslevwr o' rINt'ounty tal.dbt'15s : cane harvest stirred of a .
And the talk has a gem .cient.t" ,
Agent Don Lander was Clewiston, are 100 per cent op- Lander explalnadthalther'( ire moon.
posed to Increasing the sugar at present several bills |>ei i"ling battle
guest speaker at the regulirnncttng cjuiius In the Uf. period he in ( unities* Hut uld ,dl u f A" ,, Question at issue: Are dismunds arc not so prone to I"..kmeteorites. ,'
of the Rutar Club at
sold the allocution IIf one mllli ml I I' is created in outer space as .
the .Circle W resturuit on Monday However, the meeting did nut of sugar to t.8. growers.1'hese well a on the earth More specifically Aaked by a reporter if pe IIflll'
Mr. Lander the
spoke on kill the chances for Immukalee bills advocate some 300,000 t' is are they an integral' might be "more ansiduous, u,n,
which Immo.kalee
sugar cane tnduatry to get into sugar production Intact to cane sugar production aoll 1 I the part of meteorites which reach looking' for meteorites ,if tluthoutfht \
growers are presently I en. he MM If it anything, balance to beet eluruun.
de:ivorlng to establish here. ::0ctt sugar pr< the earth? there were diamond'
It served simply a haltto Two other bills advucatt UK I rude dianwnds, of a type no them" Frondel grinned:
In recent trip to New Or.leans
a other areas gHtlng In, but allocation of the total 1' III H. chorus girl might want to sport "Let's keep 'it quiet"
he said that little
La., that our chance are still en.lUrartnc. lion tons equally I among rare' ,old actually have been found in
was done or said that lud not been f1 _
<'/ beet sugar produdloi, t l I i u I h I meteorites But one of the key
antlclpatod by the CoOp here, The final je/'lalc.1 will be madeb would mean 770,000tunkti:; 'u gar 41 l questions is whether they on ginned '
except to learn exactly who was \ Congress, but here In lies the cane/ which would IH Imm, + II, <. in outer space of were
opposing the creation of a sugar threat to chance. At
big our pro. grower In formed when the meteorites
quota for this area All ratio sent the Legislature In Washing At a special meeting 'Mid in struck Volume means lower
producers, presently In(ho sugar tOil Is embroiled flllbuMern last '
a Clewlston Salur"' ) till' 1m. f
We now a
a'f l are
Industry, Including the giant lvll right o. If this Issue lari mukalee Sugar Cane CCM..i, tt as I r Old Scrop prices
Amerli sugar company at '.mil, up before Cuagres re. the onlj me of foui or fi ii' dif. Actually, the strap has beenon volume dealer. Youillsaveherel

ferent groups trjlng t t' ,<.t III, for years with at least one \\ I
who were Invited III attiul.' "'\\" s scientist-Nobel Prizeman
feel that we Mill have in ('v' ..I. V V Harold C. L'rey' -theorizing the

lent rhame III get In," lander ".w,- IIIIII'r.; ;;""" ......., "','. .."......"" tr. s.."... meteoritic diamonds may have
said, 'but we de", 'I want/ im me' originated, appropriately enough
MY SINCERETHANKS to over-enthuned GRADUATES nt Bethune Hi:;,rh School Immokalee. were honored Wednes-
get ats"ut out on the romantic moon.
chanes. \\e Mill have' a god l rlanitfht during; annual commencement exeicises. Graduates are (seated ), The fight flared anew when
chance but we also may |N> turn. I to i 1' R itnu Stockings Floiencezellarulletaledictoiian( ). Alice War- Dr. Clifford Frondel of Harvard

ed down. We are hopeful but al. tell (salutatorian ). and ImoRene Johnson. Standing, I to r : Alfred Church- University reported as follow to

so aware that we may lose out," well, Alphonsoilliatns, John Banett, and Johnny James. the National Academy of Sciences
Lander said (NEWS photo) in Washington.

That he had found in mete r-
SOFTBALL LOOPA show. Bishop was willing but he told hit agents "Don to lies certain trysuls of graphite-
Softball leagtwlsbeingfarm. Bishop Wants he balked at signing for onh 18 to tall me unless the answer .Is like materiel hich probably
ed! here which will |>la) night show. \yes!' ,'' The answer came at his were originally diamonds."
games on regularly scheduled ''I knew I couldn't assemblethe home at 61: Yes At a news conference later,
nights at the high school ball Emmy For Show, lies kind of staff unless I The show Is slotted vs. the Prof. trey: with a sparkle In Inn
TO MY park. First meeting Is kchodul. had a guarantee of 20 shows," last half hour of powerful "Bonanza eyes told reporters in effec t
ed for this Sunday afternoon at 'Most Cancelled' he said. "The networks often ," which nukes Bishop "That's substantial "hat)
2:30 at the ball field All In. make a decision about droiplng suspect NBC engineered the I've been saying all along"
teresled parties are Invited to IIOLL001 \PI 'Thet a show after four or five have whole thing. But he's willing to
attend the meeting and In assist nut\'lit tn cr. i III". ,ii" iniimsi : .'" !been on the air. You might not takhis!' rruncett '1 think the N. Agre.mant
In the formation. Persons who S Jo-, UIt.,1'. | .t ah .1, rueful| be able to hit your stride witha show Is better at 9:30 insteadof But Dr. Edward Anders.Lnivernty of' II"
with to participate but who ma) snuli "lul i i Hi loot inieled variety show until um've the earlier spot we had: e're of Chuagi' lAuuld ,a,,it BILL MORTON
MANY FRIENDSI be unable> to attend this meeting. limn. in ti-ICMSII I n, done 10 or more B) that time It aimed moreit dulls than accept: this. Sales Manager
should i all OL 4.3331 and have The usiulh rim panned would be too late" kid; He argued that what" fronJiihad
thtlr I name register on the Bishop! can short j smile. havIng Bishop held firm So did NBC. found could well have been
I roster braved hilt thud can.ellj CBS was making overtures for the decomposition. products of anirop '63 Chevrolet 4-door V$.
A 2.C.xarklepounerIsspend.:! I i iIng lion In three ears. He'11 be the half,hour comedy or an hour Council Of 100 -bunng material in the Good newl I
I his furlough with his parents '|back for a fourth season follow. variety show for the 1965: .66 sea meteorites Powerglide as

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Spoon r. tog network dealing as compll ion. But Bishop saw the dlffl. Meanwhile, Dr. Frondel said See this at
who worked so hard and supportedme I After spending several months I,noted as a Pern Mason script tully of reassembling the casta Suggests JudgesBe the scientific stud of meteorite
In Charleston A.F.B? South Car. Earlier thin year. Bishop was year hence. is tough going, because a lot if $2195
in the Democratic Primary elec- ollna, he will leave June 9th for i notified that NBC vasnt going Bishop resigned himself to Appointed the rare recovered samples of
h Honolulu Hawaii, for the dura. i to rtMww his half hour comedy hitting the saloon circuit once such fallen\ objects are ,in museums
tions of May 5 and May 26. lIon of service!' ,show. more and signed for four weeksIn HOLLYWOOD LAP) The here and abroad where they '61 Falcon 2-door Local
Wallat'Ipoollt'r and son ?a<'k.le 'Natural!)' I was diaapiwliitHd Las Vegas beginning In leadership of the Florida Coun. "have been painfully acquired,
I and Mrs. LarklnSpouIJ(>rwl'rt> i ," be said, "bm'a use I thought August ell of 100 favors a plan to name are tightly held and reluclanth owner gave good care.
I In Fort Mjers Monday on busl. ,la'H had hit .i prtttKOI id I 1rllo!. On a Friday at 3, NBC made state judges without elections.The yielded" b) curators. Perfect second car
GRATEFULLY YOURS, mesa.Mr I i I thought the premise of havIng its final decision 18 weeks of plan, whlcn would have Also he said. in this day tit
II and Mrs. Henry McDaniel : me television comedian the variety hour or nothing. Judges nominated by committees noisy jet aircraft and sonic $995
I have gone to Alabama after have 'Mai valid, the rest worked well Bishop took nothing. At 3:30 and selected by the governor booms-whICh sound lust like
WM. H. 'BILL' HENNING :Ing received word that Mrs. Me. I together, and the 1"II'st .stars CBS called and wanted the half. goes before the Florida Bar' the fall 'if meteorite'-peipleJUKIE
Daniel's father passed away 'were Important tnd well.Inte hour comedy for 18 weeks the board of governors In Naples
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jones of |grated Into the I lots. coming season 1'11. said Bishop Saturday. If It is approved, the '60 Corvair, 4-door Eco
(Pud Politick Adv Miami spent last weekend with NBC still wanted Bishop l Jut It's got to be 26. plan Is expected to be submittedto ,; nomical family and work
Mr. and Mrs. U.G. Epooner. >is t'lIIl\'t' of in hour varlet) "I'm going out to play golf" the next Legislature. ,.v't,
-- -. -- -- --- -- The executive con".t'tee of ... ; car Only
the council of 100 went on recordn ,.
favor. of the proposal Thursday $795

Coder the proposal, voters
would get J chance: all) to approve '63 Falcon Futura 4-door.
iG or reject men selected for
the bench No other name w"Old This car will give you

appear on the ballot] years of economical trans-

A regional committee., I'jverinj portation. Special this
the Bam area that }Jtvllclil
t5v cir,cIts rfttw extupwould; mmr.inatff week at

three candidates, anti the 1k
governor fctould select; me. $1495
The Judge could be h.tllllved
by stale of ejection} ur' ba

special! statewide watchdog JMU 59 Ford station wagon.
mitte(". The watchdog uinmlU
tee could also! give the Judge j S. t Fully equipped. A beautiful

private reprimand if It consider.ed all-around car for only
his i nduct parr
Under t nda'k present !setup f $895
the unl) action outside of d !-
feats at the polls-that can be
taken against a Judge! is lin.
Ford 4-door sedan. A
.f peachment. That requires a trialb
) the Senate and Is rarely sue w' dt' U,/ beautiful blue and white

cl's/>tul. TOPS JACK I IE- 2.tone Excellent tires.
The nominating committeew
jI. "'uld 1><' imposed of three law. Faster than a 16.inch cannonprojectilethat's

I. ,ef >elected b) the local. bar, the speed $995
i e attained by aviatrix Jacque.
three .illzeis appointed! b) the
r' g"ivcrn,,i aid.. subject to Senate line Cochran in averaging
appr J and the chief (jubilee uf 1,429 297 m p h., more than '63 Ford Galaxy 500 convertible
the 11"'Ida Supreme Court, how twice the speed of sound. Already .
i. 'old v 'He' '411) In case IIf tlea. the top woman jet A like-new car,

The watchdog committee jockey in the world, Miss was $2595. This week ,
: .t.Mild be composed of two mem. Cochran topped her 1963
1 II bers "I thi, district court of air mark of 1273.109 m p h, Ina $2395PHONE

I 7 'ourI peals! tw. circuit Judge, one two-pass straight>( /flight
oun\} fudge" two lawyers withat above Edwards A F.B.. Calif.
least iicht )ears experience She flew a Lockheed F.104G ONE OF OUR
and tw .. Iti/<*ns who have been Super SUi fighter to set the
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U. .tti/" \1 nit'mliers and the
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slat i I .1 II.' I Ijvuer members
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theli of a CM, a rat and a head
The Muffed cat wan taken from a
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wa*head from a guilloiiruj
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recipes this one are was disappointing.enjoyed by every, 1/2 1/2 cup teaspoon shortening sail If Beginning you are an Workshop apartment virgin acreage into valuable, usable land, suitable for subdividing
single taster at house.
l'2 cup grated mild Cheddar dweller or a novice in the -r
Whit'i up the cook's sleeve11 cheese home maintenance field rJ \ d at Golden Gate Estates..into a modern, thriving community
Shrimp Mufflnlt"en! the donorof 3'4 cup hot water you'll have to start a tool
this recipe offered UN the rule, 1 egg yolk2lshlespoons collection '., v at Cape Coral, both on the Florida Gulf Coast.
she asked us if ue'd like. a ruh grated onion It s not Important to havea
fat muffin loaded with fchnmp to 1 tablespoon minced fresh parsley complete collection at first; I
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nerve with a tossed green or Drain and rinse shrimp; cut the basic tools will do. Here represents $10,000,000Gulf
mined salad fur liuuh. Her description each half ,
one in or If extra are come you'll find useful
was NO alluring that we I large, in three pieces; sprinkle S A hammer is first: American has already spent to
accepted at ",,,e. And the rule with lemon juice. Sift togetherthe Choose 10-ounce
a one that is
prove .... good us it sound,. flour,bdking powder and lilt; of a standard or upholstery improve its properties
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One kitchen nine: you'llnoticethe
recipe tally for ho water. in cheese. Add hot wster all at peHave a screwdriver or I'' ,,, a'i and the millions of
When v.e prepared the butter, 'e' once and with a fork stir it in two, probably in medium or fi
lined warm wetter from the tap, it rapidly. Add egg yolk, onion and small sizes Include a Phil- additional dollarsit
parsley; mu in well but quickly
wets ahout an warm a* one UHCM lips-type, as this is often
for dry ye".1((105 to I 115 degrees (Don't stir more than necessary used. will in the
after the water is added.) Care.
Hut our recipe donor told us o A pliers will come in
later that she used! water brought fully fold in the shrimp just handy.
enough to distribute evenly. Turn future to completeits
to the hint, taken straight from into Include some sort of
well-butteeed muffin
the Move and poured directly pans opener to pry open lids of
filling about three-quarters full
ink the Dour, shortening IIn..lLhe" paint cans and other contain long-range plans.
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way for 30 to 35 minutes or until ers way you won't be
turned out welt, so-for this tester inserted in center comes tempted to use some other
recipe anyaY-lt doesn't seem out clean Allow muffins to standin tool, which might ruin it
K matter how hot "hot" iv. One or more small
about S minutes
puns ; remove
Interested in how this new wrenches to use for
with small spatula, looaeninlaroun..l working
recipe came into being' The with appliances is a
edges, and serve hot with good
hatter for these Shrimp/ Muffin butter. Makes 12 If muffinpanwelU idea, Sometimes these come ,t t
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each hold 1/3 cup. a piece equipment.
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the mil.ird American muffin I Read the Want 8s.-1
huller turned out "I.HI dry tu let .
the shrimp fl ivor come: through
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\ | Good Guys Against BadBy U. Thant, Like Atlas, Keeps I

JACK BELL against newsmen, M it nlr'i!
AP Political Writer out, was ttet they dldn ,old Busy Juggling Pyramids
LOS ANGELES (AP>-In this qualifying phrases to M ,;,*
home town of the television menu of his which made > ,.J.
western, Sen. Barr)'' Goldwater, lines. I'M ITJD: NATIONS, N.Y. lie played an Important Inter
R-Arla., has lined up the polltl. He said he lygarded it a i ..PAll was a muscular mediary rule between the United
cal "good guys" and "bad blunder Hurt those w'it'to !ecu -,mi,, credited\ with carry. States and the Soviet Union and
guys" among Republicans for about hU lIt tt4lmt that u \ is )t Int tin.. world( an his shoulder/ Cuba during the missile rrisi l .
next Tuesday's presidential prl. pusslbl to defoliate C"I11I11'' 'i q. V) Thint !Is a slightly/ plump Thant Is directly Involved In
mary contest Infested Jungles In S.'mi! it 5.f4.( ( Rurmew who weighs dealing with South Africa's rI'-.
As might be expected, the Asia by small nuclear > M 1 b.. ,dot i1 I JOr''Hiitls. Berauiip he II U.N. lal segregation policies and It.
"good! guys" are those part' stuns didn't add In the same <> i. seim ''I \ ogpnf'ral, he Is active. trials of apartheid foes, and with
leaders he says are not part lit len that he didn't 1.11.rh,) 1)) tat" 'lliig a dream or more trying to get a U,N. technii il
a "ganging up" operation de. tactic would ever be used. p'.1IIK ,il inrimlds. assistance I representative: pstib.
signed to plunder California's The nltpd Stales has llshed In the of SouthWest
86 As for the pollsters, o<,1 11<1\ j. sultg "I. territory
convention nominating votes for ter said he Jttftt dueMi hi [U j, .o ed m.ikintr him an umpire In Africa as a first step II'<' Us:
New York Gov Nelson A. Rock their findincc. He noti I"J II! it th' dispute Marled' b)' Cambo. Independence under a Bantu
efeller. one California roanva"J'I- dl."v charges of aggression government.Thant a
Specifically, Goldwater named leapfrogged Rockefeller tit, the tr ml.. r .ilar Ia1J lul\, M| aKJlDKl the United States Inherited a financial
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former Vice President RichardM. lead over him, relied '"u >I. .c\: B'1' B'' a D\\lllhl Jack :it Dam n: R brt Dlckermanilliani and S uth Viet Nam In the U.N. headache when he took over the

Nixon, Pennsylvania Cov."William ewers from 550! (persons "ut ,ifwhat _. Ppnirlij Council U.N. Job and his pyramid Jug.
W. Scranton and Mi-\ hi he said were altout 2," mil. t. 4l That ramp up recently, Just gllng Included bond sales, economy
gab Gov. George Romney In lion Republican utters :after the Security Council had campaigns and mapping
this category. They all sent him lie stoutly' contended ttat he dodged an outright request to steps to coordinate technical assIstance
telegrams sating\ they would will win the Tuenday prim him In U> an umpire In the In.dl.m.PaklloIJIII programs as well as
have no part ul a stc"iI.ldwa. and t" wi *" rupture( tin I pi .1. dispute over con. trying. quietly-but unsuccessful.
ter movement. dcntlal nomln tlnn. But ho didn't .3 tr d 1 of Ka-limlr. The majority l) 4o collect from Soviet bloc
Among the pawns *>' the sound as confident\ as Ire jill of the council wanted him to countries France and others In
"Eastern force*" within the 1 l efore.. take ewer that task but India arrears on peace-keeping flnanc.
t party he says are upposinu! him, 1 I'I'I"'I! H. The Soviet Union Ing.
Goldwater named as "bad 5 up|!,irted India with Its threat But he shows no outward nervomnesn .
guys" Rmkefeller, Sen Jac.rf 1 t of vi>to power, and the. ccMincilwlthlipld In his Juggling act
K. Javlts of New York, Sen. Californians r "lyklv i the recommendation An Intimate said he Is rein.
Thomas II. Kmhel i.f Callfnr. TI unt Is already ankle deep :forced by his Buddhist faith,
nla and Ambassador IIcnrCal.. In Southeast: Asia. lie acts as a 'which gives him calm In hand.
et Lodge.He post office" for Indonesia and :ling his problems from day to
also Included in the latter Seem Blase MalajHtj |In ter|, | complaint 'I day, and the pyramids do not
group DemiHr.it Gov. Ldmund against each other over Indo -Interfere with his digestion or his
G Brown of California, Soviet nesia1 threat to crush the new sleep.
Premier Khrushchev and Jumps federation R. Iloffa, president of the( About Primary -- '- directly ooncernpd In arbitral.
Teamsters" Union. \\' Rllei Hughes .lai. Eugene Landrum Jane Maxwell' Virginia Ann Rlnd Ing a border dispute IrtweenCambiMlU 'i Not Interested

After he had rlpfx-d, lilt this _._ and Thallanil.
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list of his enemies, ut u news Bi J\CK IUIL llpadlng the list of pyramid, ,
conference on a bus rolling. CS AP Polaiialrlter 7)rR"tkrfcll Is his direction of the U.N.
miles' an lance along one of Call UAS ,\o.GI'LI.s ( \P>-Those I peace force In Cyprus Scranton Says
t fornla's" fret-ways Thursday, an unions (K-ople, Lime Callfornl, h At the end of June he emerges HARRISDURG, Pa. fAP) -
aide hurried milk|, the aisle to sauce to. |Is'. displjvln; a 'r< it .p from another military peace.- Gov. William W. Scranton says
whisper in the, "senator's- eir. ludlffrl'II |(..nc e Id the vital business keeping operation, In the he has no objection to the Pennsylvania
Guldw.itcr pliked'\ up( his, .nil.crophitne I. [I 1 ( to ixplaln he had not lelitlal lioinlnoe In their June :2 force Is to be withdrawn June him for president ut the Reiub.|
l; meant to Usslfy the GOP load. I primary 30 and. Than: has been shrink. lean National Convention for
1 era with Khiusliihev, who, The r'mr.ntr.itlon, of news me. Ing It slowly But he Mill will "tactical or strategical' pur
Gnldwater 10.1111. hid: oidclcd ails IH'rlollllll..111I I this foi'nil'r("en.er be actively Involved In conlinUeIne poses
hIM U.N. rl'Irl'SI'IIIllIvl', to ut. of movie-ill"tkliiR would. 1 In.In n U.N civilian aid to the coup,
tack the Ail/on.i Moister Gold. ale that something Impoitants try.Thant "As you know I am not a bit'
water aildcd he wasn't iii, joint. (joliiff to InpiH-n( 111 next TU" !>e1.ly'M has another personal Interested personally In being
lug! tint !)roan 01" the, KepuMi.( < pilmarvoting. This on.est repiem-ntatlve thefU'Utrying nominated for the presidency of
ran leaders: were Communist IymJalhI.I'I'S pits Sen. Barry' Goldwater, to dampen down the Republican the United States," Scranton
( or all)Ihllllt| of tire I Ariz, against :o..w'lIrk'lI c's's royalist war In Yemen by en.courngtng said Thursday at a news confer
kind mil the assembled, I nomandlditeispiiaiits I public> and Saudi Arabia
In the di.iiiu to |IN |ilied to end rant on, who Is considered a
out In the voting ((11.11'1'" lues.ill ;" for the, 1I11/11ll1allllll to active support for the contend, darkhors candidate for the
)', Gn l IWdrr in.iliitalnc'd he1Mill '"IH''''' President Johnson In Catherine Lynn Smallwood F m it Ivan Weeks Marla Theresa Weeks Bruce Dale Williams ers.He GOP nomination, commented on
'soveinlirr.Ordlnirlly. has not \been too ,
Is ahead, ill-spite( what ho success.fun the annoumed plans of Rep
l h a lianie to help, and the situation there has
Intiin ited were contributions ) James 0. Fulton, R.Pa., to nomInate .
newhineii ant pollster, towaid choler a party nominee would freeway Ixhll I } dilldllll<",hlllh'-JI dl>ex.Inlllnc ,'i, tew |-njo.inr a STARTED SMALL become complicated by Yemen the lov.rllorI\ no out else
dirkcnlnR!: hi, plospuls.IHiiing ( r' .irate the resident of al. i inos I :; virtues. of the opposing sUI'Jr".II'lIhtlIIlldl( lead overtime Republican and Arab League does."As,
tin awn 1'lIlIr'rl'l..1. any' Mate It\ did exhllar.te I II. presidential, ('an.l\eJ.III's.\ lint off.freiway An, ""iu *< n mum LINCOLN.Neb./ (CAP) You'v. e...t Nebraska ccutht i 6-pouna campaigns to drive the British .
the' All/oin senator took limp ", the UepuUii" voters ofiegon : stops with average rlt.Iens But no I'XI"'U, mold hidjrvfrom h.nd of .wo....,* missiles, hut Ivrgemouth\ bees using the two out of Aden and turn the Fedora, far as I am concerned the
out to Icctnie re|.iiteiN" 1111 Imv.' C) mi May' 13: when Rock registered a minimum of the rt'C."tloB i4 |It.. two hiv you heard of two- tag. fish stage technique, tlon of South Arahla over to Ye. 'only Interest | have In my own
they ought'! to Wllte. their urea clutter' won a vlUory' the, pull. Interest. candidates HIM, their i *mpulinureully bail men. name being before the conven,
stcil,'led anal aliMHitee eillloi" on tiers. had: 1.111'111". forecast.Confronted The cliche being passedamong were. ir4i'(. C..naenluun Offn.r r Rsy *ith worm for b.it, the fuher- He still bouxel a 3,00aman tlon I ls If the delegation believes
how they ought! to headlinethem. with the possibility polUiiljns\ was that the In the jjnpMcn rallies, (IxVe Irandsenolthe Stn Ollm* Com- nun caught I hullheid. Then, force keeping peace U-lween Is. I this ls something we should do
they: may U able, to vi.to one ,crowds illdn't listen to what. "\ wml Barr\ butt: harmed "HUlon .pO"1 an enterprising! Ullnl the bullhead (. iecond- reel and Arab neighbors In the for a lam,'deal or strategical reason .
In an ('...II.'r Interview, Gold., ">,f the two challpiiRfrN for the Gnldwater I had to say' and a|".out over full "on vi tit, I on h-illn. angler lBurthirdlike In aouth- IUe bait, h. taught the bees Middle East, ," he said.
water disposed of the pnllMelh( oiiiliiatlon, California's vi4erseein pliuilisl I him vlnorously', while The brlKlil lights burn.l diwnon
-who now slinw him i 1'1I1II11I1t"; to !IH' replying, with a poll I they listened. to Rockefeller bill (Ihl' Kra>..halre l i ai lldalH
behind Rot'ki,fi'Her-with this k'ul yawn to the campaigns( of I Jldnit, applaud.jTptf ; frond, Arl*>..4. Tlu' pretty (trliv ,
'oliMMVatliHi: "If I were :.1 pull., ioldwnlei; and liulkefrller fur ijervprNjjiyitiAk1 on the In their ft, .TIt iV-lfti1i( miriliedalHHit /I Itr
stir, now In the time I would"lie Mate's, 8G GOP presidential 1 part| of California V1 l'rlll"rt po.Illli But there was no ion.
tike a trip :.uotind the, world!' "oinlii,tlinfT drlrgalrx.! I h hA al forecasters noupliiswcl, vim'Ins air of vllorIn all of
Goldwalei's. ihlif loniplilnt drive down California's dispute|, stale (polls I Indicating the mallt'uvl'I'llIlttl.

.- hair In awry contrast., signed Kixkefiller 1 autoRrupht, hU In C)3) rani' i Sete -

a ermip jlrpfsinK around him a
and stipixil' onto a platform, \ to 9Lelen
declaim his viewsearnexilyawl
somewhat inonoliNiously. There ': t .G dr :
were seldom any "We want
Rixky" Hhoiils. But the New
York governor's "lul1pahtllIII'V.
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mosphere of victory that seemed 93ack'

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. Steve conrad Samuel C'urwm&r finds, and finds more the more he seeks, is one \ Dantet.- ThumM UIWlnf'ItJ Ciunul Dudl./ II
of the few happy mortals who take and give in II
every point of time. The tide and ebb of giving

and receiving is the sum of human happiness,

A .r which he alone enjoys who always wishes to acquire ;

Y V1' +r J new knowledge, and always finds- it.Lavater aw I

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proving they do Increase muscular ween a doorway. Put both arms Nuclear Power expected to be the subject of trade, visited London early In question with American author.
Isometrics Plus Diet strength but lose In endurance over your head and with the hands high-level American-British con..ullation. April and told the Board of !lies.
while the isotonic (calisthenics) pressed outward against the doorjamb Trade Its government would Evidently the Americans, like
I also Increase In strength and still exert maximum pressure Reactors SoughtBy Each of the Allied powers like to buy equipment for both the British, restrained them.
remain the same in endurance.He while 'holding the elbows as seems to be waiting for the a thermal and a nuclear power selves from giving an unequivocal
Makes used 08 college freshmen and straight as possible for ten other to make a first move be. station no. The whole issue appears .
Drape Shape sophomores in the experiment counts This your first isometric RomaniansLONDON fore giving the jo-It.alone Romanians The British reply by all aCt to have been left open for
exercise will develop a definite no or a qualified counts was discouraging The decision at White House level
USE THEM BOTH strength In the back of the arms (AP) -'Communist expression of Interest. Nuclear Inter.Allled Coordinating Com. Both the Americans and theBrltl.h
TALLAIIASStl: :..For |*ople|> Isometrics may be your dish. Everett believes that a com. and some muscles o f the rib Romania, already defying the power reactors la which mlttee, which controls export of have no Inhibitions about
who want to Ipllnlx.ttl'r hJIIl'| but It works this ways You overload 1 blnation of the two types of ex. cage. Next time you will be Soviet Union's economic mas. the Romanians have shown an strategic material to Communist selling reactors to nations con.
haven't.much time.. turrets: now the musi'\la..Hit muscle tissue ercUe produces thai best results. able to shove your chair more try, has made overtures buy Interest could manufacture plu. lands, embargoed such sldered friendly. In the past
"liiHtJiit ffxeulH1." firms up".and you get a .slimmer. In order to lose weight, the eat firmly than ever away from the nuclear power reactor from Jhe, tonlum for nuclear bombs equipment In 1962. they have competed keenly for
NvmwwmwifoxcTi .sO' limiting figure + ? -,* 'Wl 'reduction factor would hells it\tf'-\ ---- --iJWetJ' 'StateSjUifl Brttatnr\ meH! irs, If you wulto lx m'leu to be added. You lose when the Western diplomats( report. delegation led by Aurel Clm- gation to the United States led Buyers must pledge, however,
tlflt', cuts you down in SIA and ATLAS STARTED IT body Is forced to use up the fat ed.' peanu, secretary-general in the by Deputy Premier Gheorghe to use such reactors only for
that's where It nuttc'is when you Charles Atlas became one of'stored In various depositories, The Romanian approach is Romanian ministry of foreign Gaston-Marln also raised the peaceful purposes.
struggle Into II i bathing Hull bj the forerunners of the conceit: according to Everett. lie adds,
firming up. the muscle tissue1.It bile k In 1929 when he began to> what almost any weight watchercan .
cloosn t tike much time ten I.uhlle-Ite what he rulled''dynam< affirm, "the area first to .i
seconds for each exrrctse.-or Ic tension", Ills Ideas differed I put it on is the last to take It
much trouble. You don't "movea from those of todi) In Hut he off."
muscle'1" tint IM, not soou worked muscles against. muscles\ Beating, bouncing, vibrating
tan hot Ice It. while we "work muscles against machines and pollndlng and pinch. '
But befoie you throw away the Immovable objects," Everett hog d o very little good, accord. A Service of Your Doctor ol Medicine, )
calorie cuunler.gqetite| | (Ill'pleHN'| said Then In 1053 a German reseal Ing to Everett. They follow a Your Florida LacN'Mtdic.l.dCtI Auociauon Society. end the
out tills|> und bathroom scales III 'c'her (Mueller) published results theory that fatty tissues disintegrate .
favor of all exercise\ (hook. takea of tests that showed the no giving a weight loss In a MEASLESi NOT TAKEN
word of w.irnlngfioni Florida movement exercises had merit certain spot on the body. "Facts LIGHTLY
State University plij.ili. education In the area of physical conditionIng. show that the possibility of 'spot
sieclillst Peter EVI'rl'ttv..ho reducing1 is questionable" said Many parents look on measles
has supervised several reseuc I'll Before you could) say "Isnme. Everett. When one reduces he loses as they do: chickenpox
as one of well-known
studies on the subject trk.." a hassle arose in the (physic fat deposits| all over the bod)'. childhood afflictions that their
Everett say, "It's still a nut ''al educ'.it ion world as to the Some folks who have quit smoking child might aa well have and
ter of baUm between whit you i merit of the "in) movement" and started gaining have tak get it over with.
eat and the exercise." lie ad. exercises as compared to "(so. en up walking. About this Ever Measles is rt
vises his students who want to' tonic" 1''I'ISI'II.! or |plain>' old ett says, "It gets you out In the about, for in its complicate;
lose weight In this injimeri" fashioned callMhenlcs. fresh air which Is nice but it Is forms, it is one of the greatest
have to eat less' thin you expend A student In |lislcal eduia. not much for weight losing Bodyweight killers and cripplers of all the
In activity," tlon and lecreilton at Florida can be reduced by burning communicable diseases of childhood I Il
"Exen'Ise alone hasten" about In the U.S., measles an.
I overrated Mite, Tom M.lrllil of pittshuigh, 4000 calories per approxl-
nually kills approximately 600
us a way of loKlng elght," Pa., has just completed a stud' male pound. If a 200 pound person persons, most of them children
said Everett 'It's main benefit oniihirlng the effect of the twot walked an hour he would under the age of five. In parts
I, Is In building!! the strengthamlen )1111| oft'omhtlc>nliiR! |>rogramsas use up about 400 calories He of South America Africa and
durance you need" JIll I t of his wink for the doctoral would 1 have to walk 10 hours In India where protein deficiency
However, If III. flab urn want 1ll'creeIoe: will receive In August order to lose one pound." and malnutrition are common,
to lose.-and! who IkIC8n'l. the death rate for measles has
t lie (ounIIII.11 Isoim'tilc\ arl'I So next time you push your
<"halr clt'termlnedh back from been tragically high.

.8B! COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday May 31, 1964 the table, shove It on out bet tion Encephalitis of the brain, an, is one inflamma of the

serious complications of measles
Ten per cent of victims
of measles encephalitis die,and l_
for those who recover there is
the possibility of abnormalitiesof
muscular as well as mental 'otltaif
function. Pneumonia another o/Otrt fnc lrnlrlnt
I. FEEl frequent and often the most
fatal complication of measles
Measles can be a serious mat.
ter for children with special
medical problems such as heart
disease tuberculosis, asthma That's There aren't
and chronic lung disease It right. any.
also can be extremely debili
adults toting when contracted by Only rnembcrs of Naples Federal Savings and Loan Association benefit from the profits in the twice-

I t Measles vaccine now avail. yearly dividends paid as earnings on their savings. .
*. able is hailed as a victory of

eaf major proportions, comparableIn do in deal like this?
1 s' x In ways to such developments How you get on a
the mastery of diphtheria
/ and polio. Authorities
.r claim. the new vat'Cine. if used Easy!!
.a properly and determinedly,
could wipe out measles within
two years. Parents should consult Federal. You'll become a member of the Association.
their physicians as to the Open a savings account at Naples
need for this vaccine i for their You'll be saving money while collecting twice'yearlyearningson your savings. And your money will stay
children and for further in.
-di formation.NO right here in Naples working for the betterment of the community.

IS' fiSenrlss! Host 10 HP John.i.n Hurricane Tilt TrailerCOME MORE GUESSING You see, it docs; make a difference where you save!
A'liSO:>'lA.Ohio ((4P-Thanks
REGISTER OFTENNO to a newly wired tire map
Ansoma'a 24-man volunteer firs
department his become more ef

OBLIGATIONTO ficient.The map, which shows 600 (JJ

BE GIVEN AWAY BY bstliwick properties, required in the 4,800 department's feet of NAPLES FEDKRAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

wire and 300 bulbs. s.* fort*** toitocuwMo .* *. Mtese I4IMImmokaee
SERVICE *hen s Cure is reported, the
IMPERIAL bulb nearest the seen is
switched on.
STATION Fir ChicfGarold 01"aid,1I.d
before the map was installed, ;fi1T
"Whoever got to the station first )

I 1600 N. THAtL(1341) "WE: :''IolH R(1.F"PUs., tL\. took the truck and the real.uell.d
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Young People Mnk'Common .- May 31, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9B II J

When Is A r.. a i aids. 'oIrr'enon.' lively dame music strike up.
".ids Very often formal designers
\ wrapped skirl wear -
Not A ? for (the miss, with a stitched in their own
Sense Guides Spending Slip IIIVf''J', or thigh problem.. It IB slip, *. But these sometimes presented
worn under pleated problems, especially
AP Niwtfoeturei 'gored kiru. After when the underalip does not hold
By Eugene CUbert Andrea I ynn Williams, IS, of \ lip need no longer wear a skirl with plenty up aa wall aa the dress Itaclfin
President, Gilbert Youth MKI ii I error. 'loom il the underskirt drycleamni.
Reuarcb, InC Kansas City, Mo., says her parents Thc lingerie drugnrix num-mem' Now the lingerie makera are
"feel Pm old enough to lonnJered lust! ilx' >ui .." !problem to the inundating the market with action
a budget rn\ money" The parents ur. ,I of me undercover oi, ilu dinner 1 gown ,la alipa, ankle-length with knee-
When It comas to spending of Ken Brown, 18, of Bothell, and hlt com up with, ''' -km slip thus limit' high situ up the back of the I
the anawera. t.t strides skirt with deep in the t
or pleats
loney, today't young people have Wash., sav that sine he earned .
!f l among' the hut .1,1'thai all the tun uhcn the sides.
oth feet planted firmly on the t the monet, he should use his own .
:round. lodgement In spending It
Most of the 1069 boys and girls l)
i polled recently spend between
1 and $4 each week, and the LEARN: VALVE OF MONEY: I
money toes for such practical The mothers and fathers who
hlngs as school lunches and O 0O do tell the bovs and girls) how to For
,nacks, school supplies and t manage their finances generally
do so because they want the

lothes.Fifty-one per cent of the teengers young people to learn the valueof i INSTALLMENTLOANS

-Including 59 per cent of money.
Explaining what make het
t I he girls and 36 per cent of theoysspend
between an Item, Connie 7abler, 16, of
$1 and $4ieky.
Another It per cent Manltowat, Wls('., says, "I usually i
sttmate they spend $5. This Is follow the crowd and get cultivate your
what "
-enerally In line with the amountf get.
allowance received since 68 Randv Carruthers, 16 of Full' Service BankerMost
Woodlnvtlle for
Wash., speaks
cent receive
i i'" er spending moneyomewhere
when he credits
many advertising
within this range.Teenage .
I allowances seem toave with Influencing his purchases.
j been holding fairly steady r "You hear of a product on tv or
radio and you want to find out
ver the past few years,although
how It works, or what It t.llk..,"
have risen
hey slightly. The
he .
iverage allowance of the boys
majority of the youngsters
nd shown In
girls ts our 1959
-78 per cent-are satisfied .
,urvey was between $2 and $3.
with their allowances and
fly 1961, our survey showed that
. most of the teens received $3. The greatest expenditure of boys and girls differ sharply In and sporting goods, while only p feel they have enough spending n
" Many of the young people sup. the young people Is school some areas. Thirty-one per cent 13 per cent of the girls figure money. Of those who think they
jlement their allowances by earn- lunches and snacks. Fifty per of the young ladles spend money these Items In their expenses. should have more money, 28 per
'\ ng money When asked where 'cent say their money Is spent on on clothes most frequently, but Dates are a much bitter! expense cent would like between SI I and Most families will borrow more than $50,000 in a lifetime!

: heir money came from, 32 per this. Another 26 per cent say the only to per cent of the young for the boys also. Thirty. 14, and 20 per rent would like There's a startling figure. This includes borrowing to buy

i. ent of the teens said allowance, major part of the budget goes men say funds go to replenishfor eight per cent say t chunk of the. S10. C homes, cars, TV sets and appliances, and college educa
school supplies and activities'
7 per cent said earnings and 37 their, wardrobes. on the other budget goes for dating. The girls tions. P It's obvious then, that where you borrow your
>er cent said I combination of BOYS AND GIRLS DIFFER han|. 19 per cent of the boys don't have to worry about this- Several of the teens Indicated money and how much you pay for it is most important. So
>oth. The spending habits of the usually spend money on sports only five per cent say their they would like to save the extra it would make sense to get to know a banker who can save

. .money most frequently Is spent money A 17-year-old boy from you money on loans. 0 Wouldn't it be a good idea to have an acquaintancewith
on dates friends and .
presentsWhat Oklahoma City, Okla., would like one of our Loan Officers Then when the time for that major expenditure

IF IT CONCERNS REAL ESTATE makes teens buy? The t $25 a week, or "enough to be arrives, you know where to go and whom to see for your next installmentloan
greatest number-40 per cent- able to save a little forrollt,'." at low"cost rates. I j One of the many services of our Full Service Bank.
sty they ire Influenced b:? Ann Muss Int r, IT, Lansing
friends. close second I Mich., agrees. She wants $3 because -
Running t

Ad Miller AssociatesARE to ,friends'which affects Influence 39 is per advertising cent o. to bank"some 1 would every like week.to be" ablef THE BANK OF NAPLESCrowing

Other and Indicated
the young people. Ons-tourlh o f boys girls .
would like to With '
they supplement Naples
the 'teenagers make up their own
THE PEOPLE TO SEE mind. Only 14 per rent say their their allowances with earnings, andCollier
parents Influence their spending. but 'Just couldn't! find the 'Jobs.e County
; Greg Hopkins, 17, of Lansing, Since 1249
YOU'LL FIND PLENTY TO PLEASE YOUin habits, and only IS per cent ardirectly

the 2,400 square feet of this stylish house on South Broad Court In mothers told and what fathers.to buy by their, raised Mich., to says$3 If weekly allowance"1 would were then ;t*

Ridge Lakes, which is being offered furnished except for piano, hi-fi and have money which I could save.

various personal belongings. The house contains a 32' by 40' living room, This 'extra' money Is somethingI
two commodious bedrooms, one with dressing room, two baths, den with should earn. myself..but there Memher Federal Deooalt l luuronCt Cora *
built-in bar, fireplace, dining area off electric kitchen and large patio with art M Jobs.! w II

barbecue pit. All this !is topped by an 18' by 36' Esther Williams swimming r' ---- ---
pool. Price has been reduced to $42,500. J

the beautifully furnished apartment in the Kona Kal on Crayton Road. The TO THE VOTERS 1

furnishings are decorator items, costing approximately $10,000, and mahy
of them can't be duplicated. Containing two bedrooms and two baths,

the apartment is desirably located on the second floor, south, and offersa t Of ?
beaut'ful view of the Gulf through lowdermilk Perk. It Is centrally 7:1 Pril'tt

heated and air conditioned. Except for a small list of personal items, every.

thing is included, down to beach furniture and two bicycles. This apart- ; :
ment, combining beauty and comfort, !is reasonably priced and will be NAPLESAnd
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the finely furnished house and guest house, just a block from the beachon

First Street, South. In the main house are a spacious livltiji room with To Easy Life

fireplace, dining room, two bedrooms, two tile baths with built-in vanities, To make life easier for
excellent electric: kitchen facilities and a two car carport. The Income pro- the carver, quarter a 4 to 5-

ducing guest house on this attractive property is also fully furnished and Ing.pound Then duckling, there before wUl bo cook-no COLLIER COUNTYOur

equipped. carving problems at the
table. Each quarter duckling f
FOR NAPLES' BEST BUYS IT'S makes a generous helping.

Don't Be A Litterbin SincereTHANKS

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the handsome CBS residence with three bedrooms and two baths locatedon e

Sixth Street, North. This virtually new house also offers a sizable living .

room, dining room, electrically equipped kitchen, large Florida room and % I \

garage. Priced at $24,000 and mortgage arrangements, if desired, can be
made by purchaser, nit Vivian Off

LET IT WORK FOR YOUI! Did you know that In a For The

This duplex on Third Street, South, within easy walking distance of the Moncow suburb la a brand

Gulf, affords an ideal set-up for an owner who wishes to live on one side new and unused golf

and rent the other. (The north side Is currently rented for $125 a month,) court Ruaaia,? the Guess only has ont it thatIt In WONDERFUL VOTE OF CONFIDENCE

Each apartment contains two bedrooms, living room, dining room and electric was constructed on
kitchen combination and a large open porch. Both sides are fully furnished Khrushchev's order aa a

except for some of the current owner's personal possessions, such as a surprise for Ike when a

shell table, record player, linens, and dishes in the south apartment. Privacy flail to the Soviet waa still GivenHAYDON .
In the eardi. that It la
is insured by double concrete walls between the apartments. Check t.
possible to be sound asleep
with us for further details about this income producer. with both eyes opent i'

that the Army once had
the rank of eniilfn? .
attractive:, comfortable horn on Sixth Lane, North, containing two bedrooms that In two decades the BURNS

living room, dining room, Florida room and kitchen. Range and number of radio stations
refrigerator are included in the price of $11,900; the furniture can be In the U.S. has Increased
bought separately, if desired. from 900 to over 1,509 .
that (the per' capita tonaumption .
In The Second
He do not have s golf
course for ruttomer'a sat-
Isftetion we believe Haydon Burns has pledged to be Governor for ALL of Flor-
It la not needed betauae

Ad 11ttte1t44 etate4 our fled cuatomera with our careful are sills-and ida and he will not forget the splendid support the peopleof

proficient service that ... Collier have him in his for Governor.
area them the very beat County given race
;cater deal In t.... Come le
305 5th Ave. South -Midway 2.2124 i 124 Fifth Ave. So.. forbatinf I

real state aatiafaction transactionCaO in your Friends and SupportersHAYDON

perieaced, licensed spat
MILLER HELP YOU BUY WISELY" U discus year ,," .. BURNS (Paid Political! AdvtJWhat )


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1964Gitt 1, at the Scout;; House trom 't' .... I ; I,; 1S'J Hangar ScoopKnow
4 to "irao: pjn. The tea is to ,. e.'Ar
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honor all those sand ; : .
lends who have helped the .. ." ,

Scout NotesBY troop during the past year and
will also be one of the Cadette Your CAPBY
I $ challenges of social dependahl- ....

MRS. C.W. TIMBERLAKEPhone lity. Troop members participated -
2-3630 In the Memorial I Uaei'- tlvities normall take place dur.

vices at Creatla (, I, Ing the summer vacation months.A .
then returned to the ocout I louse I /, Two very interesting tums few college scholarships are

.. --- to clean and decorate for their were shown at last Tuesday' also awarded each year to out.

DATES TO REMEMBER 7:30 pjii.! June 6th Camp Tim- tea on Sunday.11\ 7th, ?!hand meeting. The first one .was standing CAP cadets.

1. June 1st, 9 aim registration berford, 9:30.2:30; June llth, 9th graders who Mil be: In "Ground Support on High"withF.I05' It

for Junior Life Saving, Scout House 7:30 pjn. All vol- Troop 124 new year arc ask- waa concerned mainly mis. Edison Junior

Mrs. Oscar Yanson's pool,1888 unteers forGlrlScout Day Camp ed to be at the Scout J House slon.alr* and superiority.their primary The second

Hurricane Harbor, The Moor July 13-17th must take training at 10(30 a.m. Monday, June r film was "United St-tea Air College To Hold
ings. 15-hour course. course e, to work on posters for the Force News Review" which con.
2. June 1st, 12:30p.m.Scout e e Collier County blood L-aiikV. cerned the Air Force's weapons, Summer SessionsEdison

House, registration for Junior Troop 134, Cadettes under drive, June 17-18th. bill I and Its men. and their readiness. Junior College Is now
First Aid Course. 15-hour the leadership of Mrs. Allen are asked to bring a nosel I ag 4 Part of the late President Ken. accepting registration for the
course. Instructor for both Rlbee and Mrs. Ruth Matthews lunch 1 nedy's visit to Eglln Air Forre first summer session to begin

courses: Mrs. Allen Bibee. met Monday May 26, to discuss Base was highlighted. There June 8.There.

3. Day Camp Training Sessions plan for their formaltea Troop 211, Juniors, under were shots of the power demon. will be two summer
i June 4th, Scout House to be held Sunday, May tile leadership of Mrs. K.U ___ v- ". Ii <:J stration put on for him, to 11. sessions this year, the first to

Ache-man and Mrs. Ed I.cla C:1R1! 'FR HIGH SCHOOL{ 'nuhwtes; this \'PEU' ar' Laihtta Jams: and John- do lustrate and how what fast the they Air can Force do can it. begin June 8 and continue through

vale, met Thursday May -? at Ruhatds, shown Cm1 ,,miement for tin, two graduates as held Fiida Once again let me remind the July 17. The second session will Au..
and terminate
Mdenrillk i Park for a cookout begin July
NEWS ) Senior their
\ niKht ( photo members to get gust 28. Six hours ma)' be takenin
to complete requirementsfor reservations In for the South
The Aftncy With Persona) Service the Gypsy Badge which allITten'lbers each session. Each class will
eastern In
presentation ceremony on that son, Jodel Stevens, and Sheiyl assigned to Troop 276, as assistant Regional Conference be held for one hour and forty
of the
are Hollywood It's week
troop only one
Troop members are Cooley. Girls voted this meet- leader for next year. five minutes five days week)'
for aJollx. Court Plans of were swards made asked to call Mrs. I Rudy, 2541:: Ing a perfect way to end the Doth these girls have completed away, you know. for for the a six summer week )l.erlod.session The will cost be
the (
A defMndabl. tfrncy mponsibU meeting on June 4, 330 p.m., by Monday, June 1, to ensure year'3 activities. and LeaderlnTralnIngcourse are qualified for $10 per credit hour.
for a full attendance
proUctinf J'ou your the
at Scout House with JunIor -
hmiljr, born mad biwiiMUCin e e At the Leaders' meeting on positions assigned. The joint CADET NEWS Courses being offered In the
.t .r.qr 'Inwrabl thr..t Troop 212. Badges: earn- 316 under the leader- 28 Mrs. Robert fly-up ceremony was discus- Special Activities: Nationally summer session are Elementary
ed during the and stars Troop Monday, May activitIes .
of IOM throuih e planned year sponsored cadet special
pro- sed and evaluated. Leaders
Cram of protection guaranteed for years of Scouting hill be ship of Mrs. Charles Martin, Gregg, trainer, gave leaders are the activities considered Accounting, Leo Krldle; Business
by companies of unqiMttionod presented at the Court of held their final meeting of the special cards indicating the thought It was an excellent the "plums" of the CAP Organization and Management
idea and proposed that It be Jack Codding; Economics, Leo
financial .tnDetJa. Awards meeting. year with a cook-out and training courses they had com cadet program. For example,
Krldle Freshman and
camp fire at Vanderbilt Beach pleted, and a vote of appreciation continued In the future. Many how would you like to visit Europe ; English
The wishes for all the wonderful work parents were present for the with all paid? It's English Literature Daniel Hen
All members of Troop under the leadership of Mrs thank the owners of the King* leaders did throughout the year ceremony Saturday morning stile, you know. Get busy, earn Health Problems. Carl Nelson;
Vcrn Aunt and Mrs.June I Rudy, Crown Motel for offering their with their troops. The ser- May 23, and enjoyed the spec- your Certificate of Proficiency, International Relations and United .
be picnic grounds and especially vice team was also thanked by ial program. Junior Scouts do an outstanding job In your States History. ,Donald Hayes;
are at
.1 USDimE HMCT 1lrc IK.6SZ urged to present
welcomed their new sister squadron, and you will have the
the final of the their pool for a special leaders for their unfailing cooperation History of Western Civilization,
I meeting troopto opportunity to compete for the In.
Scouts and refreshments were
be held with Troop swimming treat for the girls Peter Webb; Contemporary Math..
jointly ternatlonal air cadet exchange
A..., Senior Deckerwas served under the supervision of matlcs Jack Codding Speech)
JH. kwH> 211 on June 4th, 3:30 pint at \ Brownie fly-upceremonywas Scout Betty one of the special activities that ; ,
Ph... 2-5 Ml Mrs. Miller mother of a fly Dennis Noble and Physical
held around the campfire for assigned as Assistant leader -
the Scout house :Mother are may appeal to .
Na,.... FlwMaI : Drownle from 22 you. Science Edmund Kulakowskl.
up Troop ,
requested to volunteer to help the three girls I flying up Into to Junior Troop 211, and The cadet special activities
with refreshment, for the badge Junior jcoutsi: Cheryl Ander Senior Scout Karen lIultzen was and Cadette.Scouts.. sponsored by National Headquarter Students may register at the
are; College during regular college
Troop 276held Its final meet- International Air Cadet! Ex office! hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:00
Ings with a cook-out at Low- change National Drill Competition p.m. The last day to register
dermilk Park on Wednesday, Jet Orientation will be June S. Students who
May 27. The Junior troop Scholarship Jet Age OrIentation attend institutions other than Edison .
Be the first under the leadership of Mrs. Scholarship (girls) College at the present time
among Detty Smith and Mrs. George Space Age Orientation Scholar. may register for courses at the
Invited their ship. FAA Orientation Scholar. college by securing the permission .
McKay, flyupsto
ship Inter-Region Exchange of their dean, which eliminates .

to slum* in a unique land ownership" opportunity had join a lovely the fun afternoon and all the swimming girls (girls National), CAP cadet special ac- admission petitioning to the junior for college.formal

and enjoying their hot-

in Lncai/a. (.II"I"lll""I"IIlttl",1 dogs apples and special brownIes -
made by their leader Mrs.
Betty Smith New members of Why pay extra to Irve on the beach?

the troop quickly made friends
with their sister Scouts and

M were heartily welcomed to the 1r.:1.anda: ,

Junior troop.
e e e Condominium Apartments

Naples Gill Scouts wish to
take this opportunity to thank with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths

the Collier County News for Its offer all the fine features of apartment living

: unfailing co-operation in pub and, finest feature of all, costs only -
'u = rvY lishing the Girl Scout Notes, $13,500 completewith
taking pictures when possible
and lending a friendly handon maintenance estimated as low as -

all occasions. Thanks alsoto $25 a month.

Radio Station WNOG fornotlng -' These low, low prices are possible because you

events on community calendar will own the land, which is not beachfront
and for Pub Time -
The service team feels priced, but is still in the

that Girl Scouts in Naples are Mooringswith

particularly fortunate In the all Moorings golf and beach privileges.

support of the community and To 'learn about the included costly extras
wUlies to thank leaders, mothers -
and other adults who have like central airconditioning and heat

so generously given of their wall-to-wall carpetingcome

time and effort IntheGlrlScout in today and
program. There is no better
ask the men at Imperial
way to ensure finer citizens

h A V Rt homemakers and proficient
A r \ members of society, as we see

it, than In pursuing the Girl
Scout promise and laws and lilt.'

putting them Into daily living -
- ------ -
for our girls.
. South snare tl' luceye win le luceyan BUM Hotel the center' !>>e eve Mer ie et rde east fj .. ail, Ch.nn./II.y.nd the "II bile/ gall toon el' the tytx Country" Club in the band .. gro""d _
.e1Y rNe1W YeYNaYM YeeM11NII


.um\n. with U. ronrrpf o// "/d'lll.f.l.il'ill_", ers on Lucaya Bell Channel' Bay, the Community we quote 'from his' speech delivered to the I'' 1 IMPERIAL PROPERTIES

lirnrnltMiu H';ith an rri'ilinf 'liinil ill"/II'II' Beach reserved exclusively for residents. of House of Assembly, March 12 t964' Duringthis 'C'JL, SPARKS. p

"/>/"'runiM' ill ilrnrnhlr; rftnrl.rmiilrntiall ; ; Lucaya and only 1 S miles from Lucaya, the new year every effort will be made to asses the ; \

>roprrtuu ,'im bt nmnnf ihr fir it unit roads, stores. shopping center, banks, schools, potential, development factor for both the Out GIANT FOREST 289 Ninth St., So. Phone MI 2.2128
rrnliir fir lull pottntutt.luctyt ; churches and medical facilities, in neighboring Islands and New Providence. and since I and my 'FIRES GROWl!
Freeport ((5 2 miles from Luraya) Grand Baha colleagues arc firmly convinced that direct taxation .

ma't commercial center that it, income tax, It not suitable to the

4rN 44N YIN economy of this Colony, every effort will b* made
Part of the many millions already spent .in Lu
1 WYNNMDRIDA to find ways and meant of expanding this development .
'ie caya.Freeport i II the $50 million U S Steel has "
n l1 IUCAYAMu invested In its Atlas Cement plant In the vicinity, i
of Freeport harbor ((9 miles from Lucaya) -the Land in Lucaya it completely, free of mortgage M
/11Y.NYI la' \ \ harbor is one of the deepest commercial ports or other 'financial, encumbrances feature con. .i.ir/

between New York and the Panama C.naland is" Sidersbly f'rnt from msnyUS developments r
YN O/YS the site of an amazing amount of activity\
Land use programs assure the tePlrlton, of Industnal .
Hoar inoiif)' hn'fulfil innr; iiorA for ynii designed' to protect your 'investment lor p

A down-payment on resort-residential propertyin gracious living "I"lnd.Llvlng"', today and to. ,.
ttiily ecceil,,6>e from fix' flor.il ft.n/jnrf/ Lucaya holds the land you select In this fast morrow
only JS minuftt by duty' srfierfufea' air irv ct'
1 growing area where The Grand Bahama De .1'
.Purr i* the time !
"1.landLlvlng'' In Lucava represent one of the velopment Company, The Grand Bahama Port to nrl
newest opportunities, in land Investment today Authority U S Steel Gu'f' Oil Colonial Research Lucay only 78 miles from West Palm' Beach i II

leisure time-Itnur* dollars both are being Institute, and others are spending millions of dollars In area which may grow at an even faster race {

spent at an ever-Increasing, rate! People want I improving Lucay and Freeport a* they go'' than Florida real estate boom The number of Youv.;
place to Invest both of the, The demand for visitors, to the Bahamas increased 87% over the
reel where this leisure can be utilized to its best lint ml"fIIl""lt" last two years'' Many of these via, ,tor* are in the
advantage Is growing every day And Island At present there are no personal property, incomeor market for land investment retirement land, vacation .
LIvIng" l II, to us. one of the best answers'' The inheritance lanes in the Bahamas and no real land new permanent residence, land This i u II
supply of desirable. land, this .elort.rflden"11, property taxes In the Freeport area, A* cent nua. an important resort ires'' W* hop you won't b* I

land, 'Is constantly diminishing, because) of the lion of this po" iv has been predicted by Sir one of those who may regret and say Why d,dI
world population explonon By 1990 there will be Stafford Sands, M n,ster of Finance, and Tourism I wait so long'' _

79 million more American than Where
today Is '
Be sure lo ask about our special' f 'The New World Rill;" "
everyone going to livl' This' "is an important retort
/nspection Tour offer/ lo Lucaya
area! We believe" Lucaya has potntlll real 1 1pot.ntlll

for a glamorous future) Lucaya has just ,. R' f 2a papa 'u"" color 49&
begun to growl You can be of
part this beginning
Lucy and Collier Countians for
for the time to act .is nowl ,, I"and your
j'1 'at l'v'"g' can mean la you

Million of dollar ulrratl/ !
sprit r---------------- ,
.. and
Money, American Canadian and Brutish" it flowing ; G d'1 Bahama Development: Comps "ited support votes on
I o n 919 Coral Gables FloridaPleare r I II
Into Lucaya. Grand Bahama Island to make
thing happen real things, Such as the "',. I .f"d"e without cost or obligation, your 28.page color bro-, I Tuesday.
r .v > c o"p ete story of Lueaya and Island.Living I I.m inter
gant Lucayan Beach Hotel (just a mile from ,
"' -
cj akeul
J I og more I lntf investment In Lucay end your I II
Lucaya), providing every luxury imaginable and + spec al inspection Tour offer and
the multl.million dollar Lucayan Country C ub / I I', I II II I am most grateful

> (In now the accepting center of membership Lucaya, boasting applications, ,a championship ),located /I I M,1, I II Ii will do best to serve
18.hole course resident pro, Craig Wood I ...... I II

.,; Real, too, I II the giant Lucaya Manna (also 'ir I I. .
'from I ty l... ... I II ii capably and well.
the center of Lucaya). now under constiu u -- }

'e lion at the eeet end of' 56.acr Bell Channel' Bay; I mRi.onoe. rte I IL
the scenic, waterway being completed to pro-

." vide, lovely' inland water view for property own. __ _ _ a.f J B. M. SENTELL

Paitf( P.litwet i Adv


Sunday May 31, nit COLLIER COUNTY SUB


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Come on now all you team viously Pete and Mom are 203, Ed Harroun 202 and Elvlt I
captains--have a heart for the the gals but whose nicknamesare Townsend 201. James Browning
secretary of your league. It they?? Which Tom is and Ev Fager each had a 1':'j,
is your duty to see that all which?? Tex Miller 196 and David,,'tru:
scores are entered (handicaps On the tele-prompters it Strong 192.BROOKSIDE. I
If required) and totaled. does not make any differencewhat COUPLES: ts I TOWERS

The proper name of the bowler name you use, but It cer- The Wolford team had high i
should be on the score tainly does on those league series a 1205. Ike led them
sheet--not some nickname, 1 or sheets. Soooo how about It? with two 188 games. The lian- $ y1.t
example(all fictitious)the Four
somes came up with a I'-P:;
Gigglers have registered their BROOKSIDE BOWL with the aid of Flavius >1.
bowlers with the league as GULF SHORE -- Splashingthe a r
Mike Pike had high game for 1977 GULF SHORE BOULEVARD
Tom Smith -
Betty and Tory maples with a 244 game the nlte a 220. Ned Dorsey
Jones. When the league sheet Buck Perry came up with a listed a189 and Gene" 185. '
comes to the secretary the names 616 set.Gene Chamberlin toss- : Directly on the Gulf in The Moorings
on It are Pete, Tom Mom ed a 565. Fred Redenbaughfired MIXED CLASSIC --The talented 11
and Tom. How does one figure a 211 loner, F. Lord 209, ones were Paul Crlcken-
out who Is who?? Ob- Don Chesser 206, Ed Jones berger 600-211-202 and Melba y =1 I II
Cornell 536-196. Chuck Langston -
reached a 593-212-2C9,
Tom Eggleston 571-233 Earl
d"etle c. ii/inn Weal Cannady 570-203( and Nell Van-

lorA Wyck 570-200. Other highs for *. .. .
Presents the ladles were Edna Simpson -
S25-194. JuanIta Snyder 513- WAIT I FOR TEST-A pat.tnt pair' It this"
nr 177, Crlckenberger 508- Chihuahua and St. Bernard who wire enticed In the (2nd All-
I 175, Ethel Jones 504-179( and Breed Dog Show and Obedience Trial.held at Oakland,Calif.
Lucille Lord 495-204. DJ.
Salmon blasted a 223 loner,
Bob Steele 222, 1 Ken McCon-

t Ike key Wolford 221, Ralph 205.Leigh 210 and Never Say DyeBy II ki1p

Joanne Mandeville starred for
Associated Prus Writer
the night with a 508-194. Eileen I
Wheeler rolled her first LONDON, CAP) A male authority on female beauty said

league 500; using a 187 high that most women won't dye their hair because they're afraid of I
she came up with a 501. what their husbands will sav.
Elaine Sheldon reached a American| women are not .1 afraid of their husbands as BritIsh, GULF TOWERS was conceived to offer the ultimate r

501-189 Patsy Robertson 496- French and Italian women," says Leslie Slmpion. in pleasure for those who love the ease and casualnessof
COTTAGE BY THE SEA This charming, comfortable 176.VtrgteIlutto494190.JeanHyderposteda488HazelAbra
cottage only one house from the Gulf Simpson the Incorporated Is the retiring Guild masterof of Florida living, both indoors and out, without relinquishing -

offers the ultimate in quiet aurfiide living In a gracious hamson 476 and Barbara Hayes Iw Connoisseurs in
Hairdressers. Wigmakers and bikini, or the backless evening j graciousness or beauty.
neighborhood adjacent to Port Royal. 466. Linda Sauchelll shot a 201
YEARLY RENTAL singleton. Nancy 1 Keen 184, Perfumers. drus." ; the art of tropical living will be quick to appreciateand

Unfuinmheil l home with beautiful view attractive Bettye Hoverman 176, Joyce In his annual speech to the He laid that today's cosmetic { enjoy the lavish yet carefree life which is a part I.
Guild he declared
Jones 162. Rans and Rita : makers and beauty parlor operaj j
throughout two bedroom one and one half bathe Kay
fully equipped kitchen, Florid room overlooking Yates each had a 131, Marty "Women are misting a beautyaid ton had combined to offer the ] of Gulf Towers. The private recreation area gives a /

Rock Creek. Boat slip included Only $115,00 per mo. Rans 159, Rose Morrison 155 which when expertly appliedcan woman of 1984 an arll t'a palette j constant source of pleasure whether lounging in and
and Betty Brehm 150, he more provocative to men of glorious color J
around the pool meeting with friends in the clubroom
SUMMER RENTALS EARLY BLOOMERS -- This than the deepest plunging neckline "But," he told them, "manyof I

Beautiful new one bedroom guest house ail. morning league Is Just getting the shortest skirts, the them are afraid of what hubby strolling through the gardens, or lazing on the

conlitkned, with screened porch very near Beach underway. "Top of the morn- will say." broad private beach. All harmonize with the enchantment
and Golfing: facilities for rental 5 month Ing" was Hazel Abrahamson Gene Donater 198 and Robert hit voice, he added
Mummer ; Raising ; and of
492-171. Terry Murnan pro- Smith 197.MIXED. of the tropics for relaxed living a feeling /
term for $100 per mo; 1 month term for $125 per "Are they terrified of their
duced a 490.181,Jo Powe11477, : MAJOR "Nell Van fulfillment.
mo. _____________ huabando Are women chicken"
Mary Lanza 476, Betty Celtz Wyk was high for the !men witha
Spacious airy 2 bed loom apartment 4 blocks from 461. Mary Jo Gibbs registered 603-223, while Ethel Jones Answering himself, he said: I
Beach for $100 per mo, Also, cute efficiency apart. a lonely 172, Belle Price led the girls 515-213 and theS1 "Many of them are"
ment 4 blocks from the Beach $65.00 per mo. 165, Dulda? Caple 161, Judy split Other high series Simpson said many husband I
Storter 160, Myrtle Brack 150 were Carl Armbrust 588- resent their wives being attractive
3 bedroom, 2 bath air conditioned home, clone to and Vera Lee 145. 200 and the 3-7-10 Wcs Henson to other men.

Beach, $17500 per mo. until Nov. 1st. 582-220 Gus Seaberg 558- "This Isn't the right altitude" I I
PINE.: LANESCONTRACTORS 210, Sue Tlllman 489-176 he claimed, "and both husbandsand ; GULF TOWERS SERIES N0 6
4 bedroom, 3 bath spacious: cottage with path to
Beach on yearly rental 225.00 per mo.lre'reffe Scoring Terry Murnan 485-173, Lucille wives should recognlt It." i
honors Tex Kaverman
go Lord 482-181 Martha ,Afttr the speech, Philip Wren, .
597218. Gene Tillman reach- Vanchura 481-170 Red Lord
/ C. nit- )2ealfor ,prhnlclan aL a factory turning, .. -
: "" ed a .71r224.. Jack toswd a recorded'a 1onoH9.7rHe.ten" < '
'00' lone 234, Ed uscemI229.L.V. Henson 172.' Ginny I'antplmo out beai uty"preparatloris ...aid:1 'TngSWIJlIMING POOL ;; \1
525 Eighth Street South Shields 223, Albert 208, DJ. 165. Ltl Miller convened the "I agree with Mr. Simpson, ;
\ Mi 2-6571 and MI 2-4570 Salmon 20.1. 0,8 Osceola came 4-7-10 and Mary Jo Glbhs but men have got more amenableto ; Gulf Towers apartment-home living produces the quiet
up with a 203, Dick Upham 202, 7. what their wives do. It's only happiness and contentment that seems to suggest! loll.
-.the very vivid colors that men : ing about a su. plashed pool on delightfully lazy
now object to." ,' days. The pool deck setting of lush tropical gardens,
perfectly located overlooking the cool enchantment of
Said Peter Laurent, a direr. j't
For i 4i; tor of a company making hair j't the Gulf, is ideal for enjoying the seascape, a refreshing -
dip, or sunbathing.
!4'ww '" coloring; ;
; "PnJlld..... against hair coloring j Individual in character, the wedge-shaped, 30,000 gal
Ibayfront Is particularly strong among ;} Ion pool luxuriously provides room for both dipping
the women over 30 who still seem !t and splashing l or swimming laps. Completely equipped

propert afraid of doing lasting damageto with automatic filtering and skimming devices, chemical Gadded
t .,_ their hair. / feeders and underwater light, trio pool has the
: ." "They don't seem to reallM < feature of the custom-engineered NoVac sys
that products have Improved until / tern Basically this system is a series of jet flow inlets
in Naples they're almost foolproof." ff strategically placed In the walls and floor. Water is G
continuously under
Asked what she thought, Mrs. 't pressure throughthese
Inlets and the jet streams sand and sediment
Simpson, wife of the retiring J
; down th' main drain to the filter where it is G
president. ., replied: t removed thereby providing; an immaculately clean pool
". .,11. It right Most women
<< *
of sparkling water. Built by spraying concrete from
aren't daring enough. My hair's j guns under high pressure onto the heavy steel reinforcing -
going white I tinted It mink }
by the gunning process insured a stronger finer
three years ago." pool 6 times stronger than a poured cement pool

1 and guaranteed: fcr life against cracking.! Dressing
rooms and showers are conveniently located directly off

: wli a jg the pool deck


If you an truly a disciple of the sand and salt water
the private, natural beach is only footsteps away inviting -
( an irresistable pastime of swimming or sunning
on the clean white sands of the Gulf

',' .attl
A r

( r '
ROYAL HARaotf-a pvidiM' for null "brail owner 1. CONTACT YOUR PERSONAL REALTOR
!of miln of pmUttnt bays and inlets

brin it your own private i""heIr.... -M-
Every PKIDIM hommte it dinctly on the tnter,fully Cross the spot v.
M.w>IM, and lervod by city utililM Within thi' N.pU, Spot bowling is the more ;; \:
\ coy limit,jail S minuln from cnter-of.lovn' hoppm scientific of the two bowling /
methods Spot bowlers say y I W. R. O KEELE_ ReallQr I
For awry lot purchtvr. ,Royal Harbor .JI builds that It Is easier to hit a target '/

\ ......,"| dock fra of c"'r." ft if you pow,.",contribute closer than 60 feet away
When bowling, pick '!
u' .w ,_ the Mint amount lowed for CMWtrurtion of I dip. I
w I a spot on the alley anywhere /I 1303 TITIRD HTHEET, BOUTH / NAPLES FLORIDA 8340
( HumniiM prmd from M.400 lo 119. .900. from two feet past the foul y
'w \ line. As you release, reach 4
Drive Mil ind Royal Harbor todty-Uki V 51 out for that AREA CODE eta MIDWAY 3-8878 I
.. spot, keeping $
and lun south on Sindpiptr ftratt your eyes on it until. the 2 . . .
\ / ball has . -.
passed over it. 7.
Call Alan FotMtr.Cmtd
Ttlrphont :
iixjuinw If your ball takes the Gulf Towers of Inc. 1 I
M>M(.r or Ern.. tIIod.ttl.t MId..> 1 ttls'V / : Naples,
same path down the alley
your fivorite Reel E'l.le Broktr each time, you will find that I :
1 1262 Third; St., S. / Naples, Florida
spot bowling I << is a good /

FASHIONABLE method However for to getting find the itrikes best 4 : Please tend illustrated brochure and price lilt"to: : II

method for yourself, try 4
both pin and spot methods -:; : Name
before deciding f. : /

rkr Address f@j
Developed Decorations : :

Forbidden to reproduce
human or animal forms Moslem 1 City Stato.

craftsmen developed% .. . . . .
handwriting Into a decorative
<_y HAPS BAY art and their elegant script v
often Interwoven with floral

EVERY BACKYARD IS BAYfRONT and geometric designs,
WHERE wreathes spires of mosques
throughout the world.


r cTte f Corner'Freeloaders' WEATHERBy
ewV. olof Rain and unseasonably cool
,;. hlor>ida's > eIIC P mtri a temperatures marred outlnrsthU
Day across abroad
COLLIER S l stretch d
1rolllifr the nation's
"' FRONTIER Flonday midsection
With dread and apprehension we await the hungry horde CnrratY. folticrfoantlat } Turbulent weather continued
Of "friends of friends" far-distant or folks we plain abhorred L. la the South Central states, especially
Who swarm in, uninvited, as they inf free bed and boardfreeloading .. t ---- in Texas. Heavy rain*
t I fell here and In
days are near.
1- .. Kansas, eastern Colorado and
: the Wyoming Rockies.
They swoop down in October and they plan to stay till May ...., A tornaao was sighted near
If only'they can find a place where they'll not have to pay. Lubbock, Tex., and the Cinching -
And, once they get within your door they'll stay and stay and stayfreeloading -. town of Maxwell, N.M.,
worked at
days are here. -. clearing away the
shambles of a tornado which

They barge in, smiling sweetly, once we open up our door killed five other one persons man and Friday.hospitalized
To look upon strange faces we had never seen before; 0e, aIIr Across the North Central and
They call on us I in couples, maybe six. or even more- d- lures Northeastern states, tempera.
Free-loading boys are here. : mark dipped, Frost toward warnings the freezing were

In effect as far west as north
Some rout us out at daybreak when the sun is barely un: .. era Minnesota.
Some drop in right at noontime and request a "cheering cup"; Scattered showers fell Inparts
While'others wait till nightfall in the hope we'll put them up- of southern Nevada Atlantic, Idaho coast.and along the

free-loading days are drear. The holiday, however, was
Y 4N expected to be fair and season.
We never are so happy as those times we shut the door able In the desert Southwestand
Behind the backs of had along the Pacific Coast The
people we never seen before, Northeastern states looked forward .
And hope we never see again for ninety years or more- to fair skies to accompany .
free-loaders sure are queer. their cool temperatures and
sunny skies were forecast for
Three days are more than ample time for fish and guests to smell- ALL SET for the rush is Mrs. Polly Martin, Greater -of Caribbean- Gardens- world famous Duck Vaudeville most of the Southeast.
To uninvited guests it Is a tale on which I dwell. Naples Chamber of Commerce staff member, at and Polly "sold" Naples it was an unbeatable
The place I'd like to send them to I hesitate to tell- the Orlando appearance of the Chamber of Commerce combination. The paddling performers .
free-loaders, no more fear. exhibit in the first annual Florida Sports appeared on all three TV stations in the Orlando- f ? FROM L1T'l'LB
and Vacation Show. Marvin Cecil drew the crowd Dayton area, on newscasts, special feature programs -
At last the word has spread throughout our native northern land with regular performances of the road show troupe and on one 15 minute show. :!t SPARKS
That we don't run a boarding house, nor yet a one-niuht stand 1'1\\'
We we're free forever from that greedy, hungry band- GIANT FOREST
Freeloaders"Cheer pray : Cheer""II" Cheer.!!' George Leigh .Read the Want Ads i Read the'; Want Ads I flFIRES GROWl


I Roses think are that the I shall most ever beautiful see things, SAVE $11960 PAY ONLY $4995 DOWN $600 A WEEK

Their beauty, grace and lovelinessShall
forever fascinate me.
How can God, though he be very great,
Make such a dainty thing; '

To It must make have the t taken rose so a woman's ring. touch, Complete I Decorator 1 Home I Ensemble 1 forT I 64

There's a yellow rose in my garden,
A pink and red one, tod.
You ought to see how lovely it looks, r v-Z 34 ULTRA MODERN PIECES

When sprinkled with morning dew. A-1; *
It grows there in! the garden (** v COMPUTf
it grows up straight and tall, is'!' OF / $34995
Yes J think that the beautiful rose /is, i / ., NMHMttROOHj1
The loyeljest.flower of all.
No Carrying Charges
Eva J. Jones
,. ,,
v, .The Sea' Beautiful
r ,
Sometimes when I listento r

the sound of the sea, !Living Room Group
It seems as though it 4- -
were laughing at me.

It says; "On top of the waves 7-Pieces

I lay my head, -
And prop my feet upi _:ii; Consists of: Beautifully Upholstered Sofa Bed
i;on the coral beds. 1 ,,, and Matching Occasional Chair in a choice of
Oh, bowl pity you human -k ttWKjAtwij; ; attractive colors. 2-step Tables, Cocktail Table

creatures, and 2Lamps.

Having/ no seaweed and all < *- ;

my good features. Total Value of Living Room Group $200.70
Next time I hate this homeof

sea, Value of Bedroom Suite . (188.95
I'II I rememberJ I how lucky I am

that I'm me ,- m Value of Dinette Set and Dishes 19.90r

Rosemary Rouse
Age 13, .. w/ TOTAL VALUE $469.95
Naples Jr. High

.pry Act YOU PAY ONLY $349.95

6-Piece Bedroom Group
$49.95 DOWN ?. laIN Tax $6.00 A WEEK

Vr ) j.
y r, '

-J' \ n I, Piece Dinette Sete PLUS
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/ This fine Dinette Set has plastic top Chairs have padded seats and
,,; backs in a choice of colors. 16-Pc. China Set has attractive Golden
SOMETHING VERY SPECIAL ,,r.! Wheat design.
:;-4P ;, Up To The-Minute Modern Styling!
Slender! Completely Functional! t,
'In the) central Naple area U the 150 by 100 A
feel/ of lovely hom. lt. on the northeatt corner t Phone MI 2.3040
.f First, Street, South, and Third Avenue. Just a- Double Dresser, Mirror,
block from f tho beach. $9,500; term. Chest and Bookcase Bed STORE HOURS
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Monday thru Saturday

AD MILLER ASSOCIATESREALTORS PLUS-Am.rs Ideal Innertpring Mattress and Co.r 8.30 ..m. until. 6 0m.
Matching: Boa Springs. Made by the makers of the

famous Spring Air Mattresses. Open Friday until 9 p.m.

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P..IIrII"1 l and ( 90$ Fifth Avenue, South MI 2.2124 lupnUUrclcd Wood Grain Qut'aIMnl.y. In Srafoam N.I"ua.unny or AmrrirM Walnut' Sparkling Hard COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS Af"""<>"
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