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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: June 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Collier County news
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r.4lulhflllt and .e.t ..M* S t* I* 7
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miles an hour $ P.IBRA" .' .... :. IOA Huy" ;1 pyour on Ih. Trail

Add out hour lot Marco
2. 1964 1 10 4 OK YEAR NUMBER, ail
TUESDAY JUNE 8 PAGES CENTS





Around .I Continue Push For Rights-Of-Way


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The or ;, I Gator Alley Holdup



BJ THE ASSOCIATED PRESS r 4b
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,
HAVANA iAP)-Fidel c astntu

asked the !germ warfart IS. .

tea against the United Stale,
as the Communists In Korea Doesn't Stop County

and South Viet Nam.

The Cuban prime minister

told newsmen Monday night his -

regime Is Investigating a"poslil.bl. vc il 1 an of woik: on1 \1* I'urtier reported| r to l Mint the 1 J.0,1 inner I umherCo.! extend t"alward I from i ado!

1 United States-Instigated v r \l1c\'" is being delay- i itiinnlssioi this moniliii; that and.till( America land.or p., HOld across oilier and Cio
warfare attack" last Irl
day gem In the Sanctt Splrltus area n 11 av altlni.; a supreme: coon about l,4iV acres of lAnd have have not given deeds at the pro' ward (;Counties Joining with

.t Las Villas Province. Joel:.!1.' C'I') ''std validation hut been actjulred which represents sent tln<,Turiirr >atdt but each State Highway 21 at Vndyt )jwn.

"There would beextraordlnar t-.L: : )!U-up'has not hakedwork Just under 60 per cent firm had indicated that deeds

lly crave consequences K this Is h t.>'l11T\ Engineer Harmon of the total r....tarohwaywhich will be forthcoming The same, I i

tl ue." Castro said :: :e L acquiring rights-of\ will Iy needed ho build the high. he said. Is true of a number

Castro said "a great quant) S Ww; for the cross'state high- of other land owners Free Classified f
way.He
of shining objects fell throughthe WIi;, reported that s number" of Turner laid the Commission

air" In the Sanctl Splritus property owners along the route could expect to acquire 80 percent Ads "For Students

area. and dissolved INI landing were holding up deeds swatting of the land '_lied with-
Free classified ads for high:
leaving a gelatinous sunManie Ii.--- COP To Pick the court decision. Me Indicated out any condemnation action.
which Is used school students wishing to obtain )
"similar to that
DISTINGUISHED VISITORS at Caribbean Gardens last week included )1'rof additional deeds will Some small property( own-
will
In bacteria cultures New summer employment
The United States has deniedall P Makeshware chairman of the department of botany at the University of Minorityhouse be forthcoming folk*Ing a favorable era can I be expected( to ak for be carried In: all five LSMKTS of

charges of germ warfare Delhi, left, and Dr Frank Vennmir! retired professor of botany at the Unieisity I. Leader court uWlsljn. frights-of-way I&IJ. where the NEWS this week. rhe\ start

\' of Miami iijtht They were escorted on a tour of the gardens by WINTER: PARK AP)-K pub The court heard' evidence on acquisitions today.
(
Man Cecil, center. curator of birds at the Gardens: and president of the 1U in state legislator have the proposed bond .Issue on Jut* reixlf the property valueless There is still time I for other
LA PAL, Bolivia (AP-About California\ after whichhe 13 and County Attorney James or reduce! Its value consider
Naples Ja\cens Prof Maker.hv.are is en route to Scheduled a 4unw here Satur students to get free space.U

apparently(0 per cent voted of Bolivia's for President voters is scheduled to !go to Edinburgh Scotland to attend the International day tot the election of a minor R. Adams estimated the court ably. This, he said, can beexr they have to do Is write out

NEWS ) leader to replace OOP guh wlU take a month to reach a cted to create a problem
Victor>11& rstenssoro'sre.elea; : Convention of Botanists before returning to India ( photo Ity their ad plainly and bring It
ernatorlal candl date Charles decision. "If one owner gets paymentfor
tlon last Sunday despite opposl. In to the NEWS. No phone
Ikilley of IA, Petersburg. Ms the next one
property
tlon calls for blank ballots.Unodflcfal classifieds will l ho accepted
reports said 85 percent Catch Juveniles Ikillex, a state representative SlOohiTi WAITING will demand the same treat from the undents.
Terms Court'sRuling said he Turner reported that the State nest."
of the country's one mil. from rtnellaa County,
lion registered voters cast bal. Bryant Taking Coins From would resign his poet.. as leglsla. Road Department had advised There are about 20 owroe'rlIiong

lots and 70 per cent of these StandTwo live minority leader to allow lit I that the County await the court the wlthsmallhold*

were for Paz, who won his third Newspaper OOP Mate legislators to ele< t a decision before taking' any forced Lig who ire expected! to ask
Live Items On
four-year term In iifflco. Opponents Denial Of God 11-year-old juvenileswere new one. action, to acquire deeds for for damages! Turner said

of Paz pulled out of tin caught In the act of pilfer The Republican delegation also I rl hl'-of.w s y. The Commission was advised

race and he ran unopposed. Ing the coins from a Fort will work on a general platform that the names and addresses Council AgendaFor

for use of all OOP rand) allpropertyowners slow
Myers Newt rreas In frontof
TALt.AII\SSFI'1 \JV\| The' Constitution which would permit dotes In the November election.Nine Demand Water the route had been asaembled,
JAKARTA Indonesia (AP) nnnbectarlan religious observance Ssro's Restaurant on Fifth
u.s. Siipniiie i r' iiirt dr'! 1 isionoutUwinR <
President Sukarno said toda In public schcxilKMKgr. Avenue, South, after midnight Republican Inrwole'udHouse along with descriptions of the Tomorrow
Bll>lc in nor .
ici'luip
he would leave Friday for the members and 21 canclldates land held Appraisals. have not
James J. dlrec.
IdI'S publli sdioils was ,i ctenial Walsh Sunday morning by Naples Access Pleads
Malaysia, Indonesia Philippine tllr of the Catholic Diocesan are expected to attond. !been made, however This inv !lurchaie of additional pro
of Go l that >auld have Police
summit talks In Tokyo, but the long range effects upon| the Bureau of Information In Miami When asked by police what to Ikilley meet with said his he also existed formation will speed acqiilst petty by the ell In the! vie

talks still may nut open Mala '. rights of iltliena, Cov. Farris aid: "In view of the existing they were doing on the streetat to map plan campaign' for his nrganlsullun Parks Chairman lion of land following a favor Inlty of the Naples I Nilnp' Met
In Kuala Lumpur, the >
Bryant said Monday."I law, the Supreme Court could do that hour of the ntglit', each campaign against Itomocritlcgulrnatorlal able court decision. and t report of the | a r Wag ,ne-!
Office said the
sian Foreign cannot escape the ondu. nothing else. This decision told police that he had told his nominee Havdun "Do not make Dade C''tiru. tli* proposed highway will t.r committee, 11I"fa/ .)nrroveriltl >
summit be de
meeting might
seems to be In keeping with thecourt' ly'a tnlMakef. said Mrs Ruth .
Mon thai this nation must either he Burns of Jacksonville subject, are i t" > f the)
ferred unless Indonesia explains decisions that parents that was going to nraxhear chairman vt the Nu.plan .
previous
place Its faith In God or dent' Ikilley said taxes will tie the Important at.ma11 it* al'e' ::1
last-minute conditions It im. spend the night at the home
.
Parks Board In
the public schools remain rellg. .tI"hlncIh. Arizona Justice
said In
Him a
ied. Bryant "prepared of the prim Ipal. issue of the cani|>ulcjii. of the NaplesCltyt Iludl :J-
other. .
p ruby neutral i (Miity ( cnnnilal"n this
"and that the
Mat**
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mornina.At
Prime Minister Abdul Rah. choke the Supreme Court "U prayer and Rible readingare iniirnliig sgalimt accepting plats Threatens! Strike noaJav .
man: 'if Malaysia wants at leant insltttc-d In the falling to provide public acceM 10 sm, theUI1(11) will
.. thl related t on public
makes N snd
,
a tnken withdrawal uI the-Iu4. >- ......., Ie *. ...> Mesa,". ehuids, the lot Am dment Nation Eyes California to Jrfrw4.. PHU5COTT, Aria (AP>-JiHu' hold nuMlo Iwa on the iubJr -

ne lan-backed guersgfld'have who This nation, which owe. tts would have to be changed. Hew. ; "PIMM d<> nut aCfit any lie of the Pease In/Ift C. Jack t otW amb.certain towels

been.. fighting In Malaysia's origin and It. strength to j C('me Mates of Sarawak and became it stand nal which do nut provide water. MrUe ajul. Seventh
vie tlon thai the rights Its till dangerous as Avenue, N"rth.
ijbali. TOM assert rome from God will now, the 1st Amendment guar. Six States Vote TodaySAN front, access for the puljlc," Jackson, who (irenldui over Also eluded! on the agenda

After tentative agreement last be Immeasurable weakened h>' ante-en us all religious freedom." Mrs Braahear pUaiUxl. the Ash fink precinct said In are the subject of reheating.
i aturday for the summit meet She suggested that In Michswhdlvliinn a liitttr to tilt AI loins Highway !
trend the Court tw".stabU.hed the end of
the Sui i erne east rimed \venue
rug> Indonesia said withdrawalof DISAPPOINTEDDr. H H*>IM.O: : (APCal.Ifcirnla .. gem victory, told an aJrp"'t rallyIn s that at least a tOi Patrol h* world< rw< eUlw-t ,.
tlo!, guerrillas would he .a lei. Henry Dahlberg, pastor of lB "We're tu the revUloii of the pay plan Ili)i idinanoei
depend Rt",uMlcaim chowe bite Los Ang" | going fob access l.. provided every trafflr fines until he receive a
c' pi .>H're s of the summit talks In its decision MondaY, the the First Presbyterian Church twp n Parry OoMwater and N.I.l win. I've never town so con/1 1,000 feet That wt.Hh In her salary Increase to )5fcO from his I the Usuaiice of seawall -
Supreme Court overturned a Miami, maid he was "bitterly dent," pcrmlisi the relocation of'
son A. Rockefeller today In alul.lnoibeonaUon Mlmatlon will provide puking present 1100 a month.
AP-The U. 8. Florida law requiring dally dlsappointc-d at the decisions, primary that Rockefeller who finished up pace and a turnaround. Yavapal County mii.rvl*, i public utility easement In
BERLIN
Arms Infantry( Brigade In West Bible reading In public school. ''..wcially In the. light of the may deckle the kind of Rj>ut>. two idrmlnsJ away at Hoe She proposed the I.OO&fiMit II. who. aH. the al.ry for the post, Mlcich :.%::: Tier 'II rile> icceptiiice -

Berlin began maneuvers today without secular comment.Th fact that our local church bu llran the party will nominate sprawling airport vc44d sayprcxllctloos mil to dilute the number of u.. aid Mmday they would take of water malm tIl, i rank's

involving about 4,000 men, sup. decision was expected to been so active in defense 'of for president In July. Hut Ms sucjTiotltrs ere, and referred l 1'1 Miami Ba.ra legal action It Jaikwm fallwdto sulxllvbloiu, I acorn la i Irk and

rted bj tanks and artillery have no I mediate effect upon Bible reading In the school A turbuUnt, finish climsMMl remained oHImlMIc that h.wnul.1 4a, said IMnHt as exam.plea p Florida school since for ..111pra..ttroll "I only now that an
can pray the campaign fur M ple''ddelegates win-ond win fairly Mg.
(4
The operation, to run four user unrentiatlon wt\l< lcreated \
purposes, school is amendment to the Constitutionwill showdown bite police cillnd for .hcHp. whcnRiMkeft
In
a .
all units difficult problems
day's, brings together over this week throughout the tw forthcoming," he said. I IS President Says
>llr landed alter a :
stall..ned in the ConnmuMst-..ur.r of lwen the professed conserve 'P.rhafl' we will m4 be present
stale. Max Karl, regional director mile aerial tour In ---
llsm of the Arizona mmator and city 1,100
-i'' did >tty to test and Improve when our grandrfcildrim\ will
Additionally the schools are the National Conference of the moderate credo of tile Nw which h* 4lwwd to wail his "
mbjt readiness.Keeping profit by audi stllim said Mrs.
operating under a 1161 law per Christians and Jews said: "In York rijipdficMit' [M.Hlcal views as Ca.lreselsi. > Of Red Tide
governor. Braatiear' "but they will say Cob! Stemming
milting them to at up a study view, religious obaervanoeeand
my I""'. a wlnnerol ..a11 af'alr. Her County tea ear of us." I
Watch On of the Bible and religion religious leaching belong with no write-ins permltt" About half the lOWrrsoaaln)

only In the church the sytia.gogue Balmy weather quickening In. the welcoming crowd *M.arcjid WHAT THI LAWT

Unsettled Weather OTHER REACTIONS and the hone Resort to tvreM In the prenldetillal race to be 0<4dwM,r supporters she Commlsalonnr Weelev luntn

the classroom situation with un. and a fierce, prtyst4iHlng but. boiwd Kara toiler's assertion Ing qutiM County Attorney) Aim Of Honolulu Talks
Over Caribbean Justice Millard Caldwell of the skilled Im. ...
teachers or pupils to lie for the Di'morrstlcUMiatorlal that the senator hoe taken "an J. R. Adams retarding the

MIIMID) Unsettled Florida Supreme Court said hewas part religious truth and religious nomination were exiiecrted to Impulsive and Irrupdmaalestand" power of the CommtMlon to turn .
weather, pier the extreme north. not surprised 1ft the decl. spirit Is at best mere sentlmeti.tality bring cut nearly 70 per cent Jin* westc it C a: ihhein W.I" ieiirted, Ion. 'It wu Just a question it at worst highly danger tilt coIat.'. 4 million tiwnocrallcvoters *. log reg'dresnenle' .....*td by ,
aim "< llnniJulu. talks .
.
... .
laid(, I.i.. the Writhe Bureiu. when, he '111. and 2.9 million 1t..1. Mrs Brash r.
;
HMM ar* highlights. the east Asia Is t" promut tilt ".f. once It Wd 1M I''i1.1) It''
N. evidence of I nculitlon In Washington, Bern. Qf' rans. political action In the thr prl. ficiency and .rr.<1I"CI/I.*." ofAmerlesn first misting with v. ..3 i lo.un.1. In the unsettled D.Ma, AId he hoped Tempi Israel of Greater Ml. Goldwa and RorkMl Mrs. .UraslMar suggested thai
\\f''I., t r..re..8tf'r' said, aril Congress would accesfl the fact amt, said "I think tile decision clod their poundtng drive M_. marl.*. lodsyt delaying action by UM Commls. meow In item lie May I,
,
NEW YOlK On IU>ckfllr's tummunlst tide In that ofth ... a* the c1' i
put Itlng
p
t i tl!, it the area would be kept that there was strong r.lI*II\ only reinforces what *o many- day night with final salvo U I ion In arr...tar MM pUI might
.
u! ., i j"1 i surveillance for 48 hours.tumeious moot toward the action of the from the court to President Ken. discordant ss tilt rival VAsteyprediction. bow ground Oo4dwm encourage tovlotr. to Inrlwlethe l world.Jdat.usr American policy JII'U"'l' old
court.A forces are romping for IS of sail the future of *U tile United States will "kovp
enowerwere rf''Me,1 needy to religion leadershavebeen access rmte.
the II plain In he tined in UMatat ..f seabed. Aata I* at stake In Its word" to help the 1501 lo Aonth
House subcommittee has thst tile horn the PoMIng Mt that the (
(rom Jaman i weal to Baying Ooli.wa *r, dtsputlMg *.*... oni
l no the Kpub Lau and luuth VM Nam.It Viol Ham maintain their.
dlgttbm
the Tii. it in, Peninsula Saul over been holding hearing no a pro. church and the synagogue muM wide poll whteti tabled Rork*.. minion held rhrM to a deli' .t.

u ,t..r. .( Central 1 Amen, 'i. posed! amendment to the l'.B. be resoimslMe." for rellgtou feller to repeat Ms May II Or. C..htlnu '>n Pace I C iitlniM>d On Page I Is M last) )jungle l warfare frcMKkxn.reed a lMr In tM* whi cimnoctlun.h i r rune he:'

t r a.UdAI
.*.). Wllaon Carrsway, prUdent PrldcMi OwlltetI Macnhjw.r .
of tile Mat resale, said .b* riM to Hi* i>r"nldit t
Between Green And Brown
with VM Nun In U M
spelllrSoM
TURNABOUT
deplored "Ike ct-de.cn at the THE TAX : American .
pulley
I court, DM I don't know at ...,.
thing we CM do bola It al the ricinL PAYMENTS TO surf AND LOCAL covNwfNTJ "It WM a goal allltotr then arid

The GOP Air Is Purple state level!. AS A P1R CIHJ Of ALL STAff AND LOCAL CENtRAL UYfHVI, J 1m1 1'N, Ms John a good**., .k-Hr who meat now,will" ho lid.
WASH me
..*.. C. A, Huberts of Tsila.haeaee's /' ,
/ IS reporters la Ida Mo\ dn.sllnd .
First Baptist Ck-arok
16'1
'I + lb. to lie drawn Intl., .
the nod (..ream'sgroup. aid, "..> f"UIII..I. that .... iNONE 'N DAK 16.9 any es.tenuMd
i I.aT 'M. Green, chairman irr gave to I ,,, ,: /1 Hsccuiaiiin of ..nitreaitAsian
of the Collier County Goldwa- thing has got to lie aJ I* the IL1Js; 206/ MINN.ORI ,mil.....*. lie ->:ilj lit
upreta* C<<*rt. TIlt IK***
te I tor f resident Committee, "U Brown believes he can tbef'.1'1.. 'Y, MASS. Ikcnsjlu that should aw ill ,m.

'>a* notified Tom Fairfield waver In hit support for Gold- ly streeejtSMirig the dtvtston of IIJ S, OAK '11 13.1 whs. 10.4 ,loot I.* erf the Hcg-xJulu talk; bloo /
h had better rejrlew the ; MICR. E 3 military, ittfjumatl and In.taUtceeoe .
r r )wtit GOP state ehlrman, water church: /1P' HQ 19.4/ / 10.4

t'\at any atwmpt of a eai priiMry resukj," Groan said mate"aT ''2I.6 wro 0 10.3 11.1.15.1 lamelala
." taw knew oldie $$ However when. .ji.hi,-?,n was
at the Republican eonventl Very voters IOWA COHN, 9,4NIY'
.
j323 a A4 about a wwkmid 1'.1.t
"-.'i, will be followed by a ssjflMccMoe of the trWry de- "TlMjr're coming lees wawfcere P441. mm by .. ""ytn" Laird

atc -w Ide effort to.....h1m. ... of die ballot ...... So toy do not have. U. say "'/ 15.0 15.2 Ill. IND. OHiO NJ. 6.4X2.1" ..WI... that.UM Amen n ,n t'",

sent to Brown the Gotdwater vow WM dsfIn. and are .jaaecsardy ereatatsjpreseer UTAH ; 136ssl.YA.. DEL.12.1CAllf .rns *st .B* IW pl-n- i r.., :ir.
1 a telegram final Coo. 11.E 91
Msly.. **. b tile analysts, '.
tile VMMS *Mai Into
fling
e. romlsod to soda full- "Brown knows this and any Ik* school board are gang. to 21,5 17.0 KAN, M0./,,, 2O a USN.C. No. 11.4 tile northern pert c d 'r i J ,Q .
'I lII! campalfn to Mut the do wke rfceir roiuejeutMcM
at a conwsmiMi sell Msm
attempt rsplkedt"I
try
!
chairman and the entiree waM, anyway"lee. % 1S.d 111 /KY/; ,
will !lie followed by es-OB- 13.4 know of Sjo plan- the ave

',,, bxecurte Commie In dim of set weD ore,aniied plan WllUsaj Brova, c-aayjlala 11.OKLA .1AiIZ DM mad."

.. ',. The teisjram Mid. to to stem him. We carried at YlotiNt5le Uat ratty, w ,, Oil c4kr topics, Jc 11mpkalat "i'.

.1'" dill eotavry .beceuM we delb'seed .at* "la tile long ten. Ode. Uprotective NM e. aRK / /i/ : d i ut tie'. ,lUlctdlls
to bat Meetssttaaad 152 19121.3 ,.
18.5 iMctfld to mail .In *
"!1' en the me... .. each and .. .. 241 "
ou renef your pro C.. .ut. k prc. *.* taw e ; pt1SS ALAGA.. jJLISS THAN U% lal rvillaM >t < 'ihS, al.

L e .o theera to mfs).n "wry is Reovftttean.The JlaM-rttt by. Mig to M ft* 0 1u' -- thc-agsj. lie Ml open it possl.
die waa decided) haralty. IW choice of (MM. i 'y
J r ooldwajcr M ears atajDilty 240 LJ 12% T011 ,% Mull that rco sial"ft.UI' n mettu
cr'rton. 1 will persoMDy tMd.. study la pet forced la***." / TEXAS LA ids might lie r'iM l 'r.m timeto

3 1-1 Une earnpaijn to asiut .We lint die manpower. rhr "In an area whcrrr Cacthollriiff / psi'' "' 14% TO 219x time.

.. time and dH will to defeat dose in i mtfiru tnMfMiuttIII 16.1 19.1 -Wbn asked tee nmmcnt on

':iJv.ater rankled straajki* peapai statawUe If a *n-our n'4 rave ,t.. .t.a to tMr.2M" LOW STATE NtW JllSir ((4%) 11.5 24% 01 MOIL the poMtMUty that Atly, Gn Ro.
and VI' f T fM It'.fror
his rajec-/ eccurs at tae Fraactaeo. e .. bert r. KMneotY might seek the
14 'epubttroMM by ter' r tovar. <- .t t ill rv. .nail HIGH STATIV-AUSKA, WYOMING aU\1)
'. y slate of eYe are net ...-... dig f'n- Dmu rMc wuat Nomination:
a pledged
INITID STATIJ -AVIIA6C 141 J% -M that's matlr .
the ugad2Oufavor wilt M Me threat we arc to New York a

> ponaorerdbi of otat heosd by .....'. MEDIAN STATI MOITH CAIOIINA (171%) j] for Kenee'b and the peopled .
Groan to d4K-Uto.
Kw York
..
..... er. wUiUtn Crame of dli-Med rhea ; R9Ew YoURDRJYR'S Oelard that th* economy

., reriNirj. The p.ar jUf, for the pktdfed elaut'-t; ..' ICINur7lDURMC G .. l Op.rotw. Ik. Ntwtmop skews a tide by.ifolcjf t* ..ponding well! to the 1994
_atrr, .hler, ah'ieua' *"' ,' Federal' por'"t-t t* stets oed l 1ee.1 l 9G headed that
.: {'f-row..uc1w r .....'. .., ..... S'. '. / YOUR sf f groutaet.oed, "pi>*t*'"t on o-er*1' 0' 111 pr cent of the 'eokijcj.,, for I9J9, the, (lotttt year tot which complete "figurttlettft tax cut, ami January

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(01111'I )K 1 tat I .I ,dui Jun.' 2, 1964

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Today Comsat's: Shares County Business

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'Nie TodayAP

Washingto be sought IIeh.1e!' '
consid. deliver) I
( ) I ,move When is a Junk yard election 1'\1"
By 'Th* omit uh' sic( ". k yard" and what 1* November 'I.
'
(' ''<1 ,t "junk nines will be slated i I I.., ., ,
inuim iti'''i,si difference between a "pubeII' ma
AHOC''TErPRIU' He Precincts 15 and 16. II 01 i .
I' ,i ii I I'' offeio I l'or A and a "private" nuisance? of .
Precinct 6. Tin
for l'
h''l' 11 l I ""I' i, Ulon| the \u here can you park a house more
will cost about $2' I
IIn I SS', Istl'11"s, | hurls ti filer? chines

111'1'011 ; I 110'1'I t'I'' fI 1 s," ritles met 1s 1 hose question were pre. each.

II \ \\ u ,J Jt" I x. I., "i ,r I I'noal." ""II. S I ,.1d ii'd I at County Commission
'
.lln board authomrment ,
I ; tp" toI The
I Ill I duly I i 1\ ,n' 'It' I I .I' morning by County Atlor.I'
J *20) Sllllf.i '. of a HO statemut
i .1
I :If I I sal/' fll" .1" lame R. Adam and dlscu
IV million ..I..I.I I Ii sented by the Church of t
"
I" '
tin? u "sII.' r the board
.ddUI, '..d I ..1 t length by
1 ,,10' ., II"I I I 'In the i 'D n voting place for Press i
,,, I III i 11\i 1 It Ippears that four swamp bug.
II" ,
I tin Mb statement was not I'i s
IndlPt 1 in The
I q i 11, .n 011.i i !u" in the front yard with part
,
"" I ""III' hi'I 's wilt l Milanline' 55 itored around I* nut a Junk use of the room where II ting
''II I
"hC' q"1 0'' ,.dilutesI place was set up but .
I |111111'|, tat' I starts
l unleai the owner
.ht I> ,
i 'IUIInIrua1' lo : sent for UN of the antloning.
I rued .I'
I intr. sal,. 0"' l ling the p.rts. or repairing
1..1.1 "MSI, 1"i" un! mt'ssegP: The charge w i '
"t u er buggies on the premises.Ii
sI s I lli .il 01111". I lit,. (:.Id*. h\ away for each day used In the i iles. ''II
,ngh: tI 1 the owner 1*hammering

oj" I .,7. ii midnight and disturbing the .

I.rlr. 1 rr1Mi flie i 1"1"" '"i 0111"1111' Is being .. neighbors it 1* a "private" not
I made l 10. umll", 11',111' 1.200 un Aerial maps of the Mu I
I, I'" I, r.OAllI: OF GOVERNORS of the Florida Bar As- "Publk" nuisance It might
uul Investment th"
'It'rwllt" l s land area prepared In
I ,, I'' Most Aberdeen Ready six' i.ition hi'Id a weekend meeting at the Beach ,'e considered disturbing the
house. \' ,fl'i I'i i ountn.{ Court Denies has to be Her Corp., were present'the
11,1' 1n11I I but that charge
1 .1 rV tp'" t 1",1 1 lo i illon shares Club I lloti I to fi ,mv recommendations for the parent peace, Commission In briel ,

; '.", ,nun, I ist,,mors, In keei" For! Third Wave Of bodv Shown: relaxing in a corner of the hotel proved In court. health and monies held at this mm i I,
IS, salt "" When the general
11)) win i tie mandate of Con Typhoid Epidemic lobby are. I to r : Marshall I K:. Cassedy, executive Mistrial MotionIn welfare of the community I* at meeting The large mi| ,

L1u I II', 'hit l oMSAT stix'k bei director John C Pinkerton Sarasota ; Chesterfield stake then > "public" nuisancehas folio containing 50 IKH '"

"II I iii wi,lost imstlhle! iiubllfMl AbKRUFFN; : S'ofiJnd I more, showed In detail I
\p)
U I'' ( II. Smith president ; Julian Clarkson, Fort Case been created

", ',,' I still,' -fie iltv of Abtrdeen: hrarerl :Mvet-B Pinkerton and Clarkson are leprescnta- Gessner It appear the County Com. bulkhead lines, boIs, watt I

I II tiHU) ,lot j jossihlp, third, waveIn ti\i'g of the la\\\eis of the 12th Judicial Circuit on K.'iSS/' cm KinP' )-\ mission Is without power to act islands, and mainlin,I Ia I''
Its s, lie of one in h t" ,ill
.. Isi.hol-1 rydchems.Already .
I ',u the Boat of (dun'rllol'lI of the Honda Har.McGinth defense motion 1.11. i .i mistrial) unless the swamp buggy repair

I, IIti s. St. 224 iierums to..vpbPpn was denied Moniias night in the shop or a facsimile Is proved a

".I A <'"! 1111111 Augustine .t 1'''''ken and one woman has ( photo ) trial of George John Gessner, "commercial enterprise."

.d. .it I 1:011: deed Another 17 sueler i | .tedi.aies who I* accused of giving nuclearecreU House trailers in a residentialzone Terrorist

arc In rrowrind" hospitals and rt If not prohibited by zoning Negro
.
Makes New Bans ; ...I'1IitIiif ,- > to the Riuilan. ,
lJl ( ,,,n., [xirti of Infcx-tloa are turning up Geianer's mother live In Mel are permissible. Apparent',

,ml fmt In other ,tufts of the .ountn. borne this placing of a house trailer is Attacks

I I ikonIIU The original outbreak In thin Ernest J. Rice, chief counselfor limited to the proper) owner, Spur
Racial
.,. IIII In RowST. semlrte city of 1M.OOO wait Oexner laid he made the however

I Al'GUVTIMAP' ( ) Th blamed onI ran of defedlve\ motion on grounds the govern Adam suggested that code revision New York

!us iiiiiiussiun IMIji'till two or corned beef mold In a auiiermark merit withheld a report of a Is necessary by legislative; CopsNEW

I1511111', i to iiirh iai 1.11 violence The vldimf spreid the pI.hlall'ltexamination given action. He suggested that the

diMuM to iwlchnor. County legislation whltfi will YORK (AP-PI.II'i
I \101101,1\i while all earlier bun unI Geswier after his arrest In Pan. get
.I. Today could be niclal In the It to under the more subway police! and I .
1" 'Ii I, "istiatlotin tt night w.lsun. ama City In Mann, 1961. permit operate

l' I .Ii'l I. i .ink In U.S. District Court fight. to onflM the disease HJidlt ar113 Paul V. Vincent government "Municipal Zoning Statutes" way radio network have
<' health offlier Dr. Un MQueen. which has been tried from spurred bs' Negro ttrr< .ri I I '.
M .inwhllc, the an'out of six > attorney, told the court he dl".t" many

1 Iunu :ti'i'roes in in atteniit| to desogitKilo know about the Panama exam angles In court and proved legal. tacks in sections of New \ I

n I two motel restaurant "If there U a third wave-ondwt Inatlon and .had no record of Any court action under pre. City

I "' ''I d hi'ought to 36 the number Jailed iliould know about the mid It. "The defense has everythingthe ; bent power U the County could Officials emphasised it aul., i ,

1:' I ",n9 pn during u week of demonstrations die of the wet k-then matter tt.7 '''\ prosecution has," Vincent result In an unfavorable court be several months before the!

ndt mil violent'.. will 1 he very oerloui! ,' "he MM. said. decision and undermine citizen measures could be put tots" <,'.

u The omtiitHnlnii, banned |urkIIIR Sixty.four tames were added Judge Arthur J. Stanley Jr., confidence in the zoning law. feet

Ii .01III on I streets! bordering! the Honda to the mounting loll. It In U.S. District Court then de "We need to tread on solid Mayor Robert 1 F tt I ti\ ,
the OIII'.dal rlelime called a meeting today ,,I ;pall' !
white mil Negro HOI.t Ion* of the was blftext nled the motion. ground, said Adams. .
the broke out 11 i and Transit Authority fflri ,] .
gdckmhr The government allege that
'
IIII ,
in and Imputed a 0 |>.m. to S
days 11I0.Aberdtlen. Gessner while absent without Transit officials said bids "n i ishortwave
1 I a1' Inn. i.m. curfew on minors Under! 18 authorizedthe
remained under leave from Ft. Bliss lex. The Commission radios for ono 1'J1' .
gave
,It""I' to keep would be agitator' oft ,
1I. the streets at night. .tec*, with whonlH' and enter. the secrete to Soviet agents al purchase of five additional hattan subway line will i ,

talnrneiit /lltH tinned and tiadnh voting machines and directed that opened time 19. A planned! _
t "ul.n,.,,. I ..11.1J The bun under attack make *,, Mexico City In December, 1960,
ir iluad. 1' have bn cent Increase in the 9,: .
of'lct j and January 19C1. per
; ''s l,d I t s'tI11 unlawful Wry rudul dtraonxtrutluu
tt night In Amorle ,,'. oldeM warned not lo enter or leave the .' William D, Benson Jr., a for Percy Wins New man subway police fore i' ill

city. mer Army coutiterlntelllgence not take effect until next i ,U.
,'I ''I'' I ity. t.
agent testified that Gessner Tho men are training no"
\ 1(. The Rev. Andrew \mmft, Ni Victorymong
confessed while talking to Capt. Demands for more puller i itectlon ,.
I nth ro offli'Ul ol the Southern
I '.\ v.C hrtHtlan IaladerahhiiCndterms'e Fire Razes Old l Albert V. Clark, chaplain at Ft. Illinois GOP camel after incldont'- I'..t

weekend In which bands i igroes :...'.
"
Hood Tex. In the poet's chapel
III I 1111'1 'hm.' I, headed by Dl. MIl rt h, Lighter Building 'VoodMentall10spital SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP-
Under cro8-examlnatlonDen. beat, knifed robbed i,,11\i
I I her Sill, KliiK, iwtltloned lerteril tort Charles H. Percy, Republican
rJi i-- son said the chaplain was not terrorized whites on four. wl i .
onk-r lilting the it>ruli yff nominee for rode
t I IIi lot an '' governor, atop
I, .
_
) trains and Staten 1 hinny I
faced a
I I \ I KMS 'I "u.uil'I. lion ittaliurt night di'iuimitrillonti. All' \D1A ( MM) An .IRlllRI ( 4A1aet ..'."..t-,.,... ".. oww-_, _..._., told Geswier posilble u.plon"e the crest today of his second wa ferryboat.)

II s I It In charges, smashing political victory with.
I Hindis I'liihliiic it G. PleneWnoil GerardW. Police disclosed that till" 01'
"11 '. During Mond.iv teitlmiNU SPOT TRAINING I I Swtdith soldier I I. 'lowered Another Army agent, In a twomoiith. span-a purge of
h Mi-nlil llositil| ilri'uH Murphy testified that Cesstier seeking a light skinned 1 't1s"
q I ''I I tl t 11111.t ionllli'tlnK\ Jrrnlet.Id 0111' In'i I I. from helicopter durlnll ...rcl,. on Cyprus terr.ln where half a dozen GOP members of
nuiki-d, lot ii-plaii-iut-iil, wasdexliosed that he with shaved head In the i c.
was not told was a ci(
aide
'n'CI I Ih' while
'I bv the Illinois House.
I I 1111' ilpnt wereRiven! i liland
U.N. forces rector the '
art atttmptlng to on
hs finMondas nlicht peace Charlotte, I 11
about violation murder of teacher "
being questioned p.|
11111'1'8f1I.t". 2
in 1)/' Kinff. Percy, young Chicago! Indus
whlblJr, >n ikitli-nlH" 1'1'1/1.11111'"l of the Atomic I Energy Act slit 38 whose body vrjs II.t, ., ,oJ
W : ,
;
''Is I I III "u6n ::mil ;, t-.h.rli.. K:, llum1 -\ trlallst who won the GOP nomination .
patch)' in their wards. Murphy said however thai In the elevator of her "I"|" mnunt
1
II I I1" "' I' I .nJ BoyH-1 hurgwt that J i nlli. i of Condemned Castro WEATHER in April, successfully prevented
Irenien front the and
Ii 'I'1 ,1hi ,Imo, ,\llll.I it< t-r knocked turn t<> the ground hospital Ceaaner stated he couldn sleepS six House! member from builJlng on Saturday
Anudla ui'lesunillv P..Vt"llIflCl l lUB Foes' Blood Given D)' THE ASSOCIAltD PRES! because he was worried about Police distributed HIM'
I "I I Mtlfc an.1 i.iUel l Mm II "n lqor being reslated at a strife-torn' i IJ

t' I \I ,'vi I k I "h"\'n" INWIV. The. dIIJtd\ IWMIUHJ. that lire from running ueuih High Low Pr. the ,penalties for espionage, nominating; convention Monday. sketch of a man the s.ad r'l' "'

I I ;: I I iii'I Mil'C't'Flr. 1",1 I the Irani to his poll<''* dolt I h'. runt storage tank which could 'To Blood (Bank Albany, cloudy\ 67 54 .01 1 "We'll end up with the a 19-year-old. Negro girl h tit

I :LI I ..111.f 1.Jk' 1. i .i inient.uncled l when Bo>.tetiNik have exploited( ndunertng the MIAMIf( ) Condemm-d! Albuquerque, loud\ ) 80 r>8 1I II strongest party in Illinois history mile from Miss Up IIt' i I"'
Wltrl..... Several firemen ,u".redmlllUI' Atlanta cloudy 80 59 .51 I i Gemini Space
.1 i lit oh nature nut iHitli olIliem prlMini'i ,'Ire loiciil to contrlb. ," Percy said after the shortly after she was kill..l.>

u'! 0.llIkl'd to the Injurle ute to :a bliKNl bank before they Dlsmarek, clear 62 36 stormy session in which dele The girl told police liei I "i"

fltHlII": III'. Clirk Adair, hospital HUINiliilendiMit are Mini, Cuban, i-xtle charged' Boise, cloudy\ 85 56 Flights Reported gates voted to oust their long. ant said: "I don't want t I

liviIHMSOIIS I weir ii'i'irteel laid the laundry tod:i> Douton, cloudy\ < 58 M To Be On Schedule time colleagues you what I just gave lo ,tic
building was 75 yard from the Buffalo clear 56 43 .2 2
Sum).is' III in' ,itti'liuit to !(tot Anll-CaMro leaders protaMed Percy received an overwhelm. er one"

Sl'IVIIl' III till i I'III'.' .ltllp| | Ol J iiciiu-nt. til 21 ward and It was to Iftl.rnalltlllaJ organizations Chicago, cloudy 68 50 HOUbTON, Tex. (.AP)-Gem. hug vote of confidence from Miss Llpsik lived three !1.\l, I

ilowmovAii, motel. Two' (III thump uniHM HH ary to order an evai'uat that Rulwn AcoMa and Justo Cincinnati, rain 73 43 .01 1 lot space flights remained cm delegates In casting ballots for from the headquarters ."I i I ,

Jailed( wi'li0llll'" stUlll-lllH of Ion. Garcia buth 16, wire forced tu Cleveland cloudy 63 44 schedule tucU' a manned 118 candidates nominated for Maccabee radio-car patrol I I
lie said the Ire apparent! Denver, cloudy< 54 44 .31 Spacecraft Center official said, Crown IIf Br h.
I'l"rldl Heights section
till' Unni'I.Ii I of | contribute to a Wiml bank, tlienexeiuled. the 177 House seats at Make In
Foul Nii'iix-s"" wen' turned,1wut litulod. In laumlr) equlpnu-nl. Exile. laid such pro. Itos Molnes, cloudy 68 51 with the sen nid unmanned November lyn It borders the Hells i Ibluyvesant i -
w B)' the time It was not(red by Detroit 71 46
cloudy in
launch probably September section a N,-..:
iioin t.niicliworBhlp cechirc U cowman' In Cuba, Percy J Joined by State Treasur. ,
.i watchman It was too late to Fairbanks 76 49 shU before the
cloudy and manned
the
MCIM, ,s ,il I I'linllv Mi-thmllM where health supplies are In er William J. Scott and Conk neighborhood.
prevent itoMlrurllon ol the build. Fort Worth clear. 79 54 .
A ( "Inn. hIn l great demand. new yearA County Sheriff Richard J. Ogi., The Crown Heights "n 11".

lion I ,,,itrahons hut week IIIR, Ur Adair staled TinproteM to lilt) Ore"ll tile Helena" cloudy 70 43 timetable for the hardwarewas lie, opposed the rwiominatlon of ally of ultra-ortludox 11.1'1,11,

s ii' '1" 'll 1 |\N.r..I1_ Vll'IC. tn-.lttfll hitillrll The flrwmvn worked to save lion of American State and the Honolulu, clear 82'I .02 released Monday The Genii the six cm grounds they had Jews set up the patrols III u I
tunic luel tank.. The could IiidtanMx| lts, cloud 73 55 Inn spacecraft la still being le..t. against marauders that '
I 111)1 ill' Ulllll MMItllK. International Jurists Commit fought antic-rime legislation. or
hate blown nip I got there jurtai Jac kumvllle, cloud) 00 71 ed in M. Louis Mo., but will often .
'I I'a' 01 i tiiosi iH-iti'ii were m wsWlllll'HMH lion In Geneva, was filed by the defected on key party measure came from Bedfordllvesant. : t I
a Want of fire Mirred cloudy, 69 SS for mad
up Juneau move to Cape Kennedy .
Ins n. Mill ttrOllll1i| IIIviniis Cuban Human Rlgltls Coin in Is. The Ktatewldo campaign re.
through the' roof of the build Kansas rain 71. 54 T vehicle Ir
City ing with the launch After will P ,li '
.rjl ; Mniiii'.l, iho downtown aim and by former Cuban Su.premv suited after Guv. Otto Kerner, a a meeting
"
't Ing laid the upvrlntendent.He Lou Angeles, cloud 72 56 late July. M .
Commissioner Michael J, III
.11.'i'I'" u uu| hiIh Court Justice 1rancUcoAlabau Democrat, 11 month ago vetoed
.. ,1./II'KI"II.III"1 were dl ...1 Id .he was unable to ettiuate Trelle. Louisville cloudy 74 51 The schedule said launchlni'a House apportionment bill phy, Rabbi Samuel 6,1,1'.1'whu l, i '

1 I"", i 1",1,I i 10\ Klin:'M i>iq.ml ?.itliMi.Hi the IOM. Monet to plan R8ru'arrlvlnl:- via the Memphis, clear 18 54 would be eight weeks after cH*'' passed by the 1963\ legislature organized the patrols. i I'

I 1\ is tsmrlt'd; I lo ittuni" to onitruttlon of a new laundry mall boat escape nxite-uppar.enlly MI.mt. slowly 116" livery to Cap Kennedy A committee named to set up "We learned of the pollt e i Ilr'' "I-

16r,, "I' \Vi-ilnt-In to in,ii| fur. had been appropriated."We reupeneil after having Milwaukee cloudy" 60 41Mpls The Omtnl manned flight 1 district failed t to agree on a 1em and difficulty In sett)'
will have .a problem now bt.P. cloudy 64 M will two In earth ,
place men )1'' ,
Into the '
I hrl" 1,1111'I I lowed lo .i trickle for two measure. enough men de'l.IrtliI',1and '
getting the laundry done, .he New Orleans, clear 75 58 bit to develop technique UK I I ,, .
onto
the street. The > '
J \\1\\'( III l "I I SI. AURUMtllM.-!, week reported emergency The Democratic convention,
r I I I, ,,,-. ,,, Mulkn ilmireillhil! aid. military measures ciHitlnued" In New York cloudy 62 54 .1 3!I space equipment for the Apollt'' which also multi nominate 118 missioner assured us he w1, "I'I '

i I'' ., I uiMrillons\ 1\11' UIIIRi ('U"". The were Imposed in Okla. City, rain 75 58 .0 5 1 moon lIh.tt. scheduled sometime andtdates, met for an hour and do everything in his pouci t

: .. amid of Omaha, clear 66 43: ..01Philadelphia. I I I this decade then recessed al. protect our area and all ..r, .
I I i to i ,1\.1t.11I.i| <> n the 'h' Sfcn-Up Party mldMa lepurtH threat. Indefinitely to
.. cloud 67 60 .01 I I
.e I iI o''n nl tin100th .i uIvi'i su'iIli rued exile urslmiH Into Cuba low a screening committee to, erf the city."

\ ...p i IIv li" 1 i' un |'nl'tii llI'.S. \ Set By Methodists Antonio MiwIeroR, 23, one irf Phoenix Pittsburgh, cloudy" clear. 100 63 66 38\ .I !5 i 23 AstronautsTo produce a full ticket The recessis The Rabbi said the Mm i il il", ,

41 small boat escapees prucena. expected to last a week or 10 l I patrols would continue

\ nl:1;bti I"atlon party for th* ed al the Cuban Refugee Center, Hind, M..., cloud" 63 47' Take QuickGeology } days Murphy said that he uas i ',,i-

Vacation; church school Potlnd, Ore., cloud) 68 45:\ ,
; spoiioixd ald: "Havana has It-come a ting extra radio cars in C'Heights
I Warlord Plan
b tine' I ii' Methodist Rapid City, clear 63 39 ,
t > ) at dead city at night. People are Course and that a prjiin, till' '

'Mort Affgrorthion Church will he held ,oiturday afraid to go Into the utret-ln br. Richmond rain 72 57 .31 6 been made to the Grand Canton,, number of new policemen li. 1 1this "

June 6, at 10 ann. The school cause of the military patrol"' St. Louis, i'loud74 56 HOUSTON, Tex AP) A: West Texas and Arizona. summer's graduating cl'Vflild ".
Suit Lk. Clt e'touelM) r3 \least 23 j si i' mauls will t'llIIltht' Seventeen titrnnauts will
flj
Say Red Chinesel will hr conducted June 9-U1 The l'nlwrall Student Feder.atlon .. be assigned t" the 11 '
San e louels 68 8 rugged"I "ounti III l lie Phil ,, the,
Diego to Trim lid Colo today .and i
with the thcnw"Jausl.esrnr.1 In Exile add II wan In. Civil rights leaders were ilr.i ituills
l l'i ')MO I l \P ) Rid China formed of "purge" of Unlver. Sin Fr.ln.Inluh 60.1 mi nt Its Slum pam1l' :ulnlth i i m it"r ,ihout 60 miles to Clear, unanimous In desirlliI t tI

."I. i I v.li\ \utt 't'hctu "V.r.i ., ); bout Ilhuandl'rdnHlni"adhul I sits nf H.ivana a tudent upert. Se.IIU.I'II.h\ 63 41. .lTalmpt !K i',"."'in 1 Ni-ss his, Hi' IO.t ."1, i 'i'', M I i I. I Cork>n (t (slier| wil I the weikeml 1 mthurst iit, vl"U' .,
Honolulu\ "nt.r. hrniit will l re i hi to lljU: el'Uels !10 .(n; .n(I::" 1111, is SUlk.
i i 1- .il t the t-d of antl nillHanur 0111. Imt i 1\14 '," .O1U : T'.' ,., mi\ Ion ,111 1 I"t\ r .
i .' tae }plutlnulg: : li-derallim had: mlllllll..t In i.\. ttishinctin \ al. 1\ 11, I' i I"rl.rcrt" Inr i 'Inn, I i Inln.lirl" 'I''"111 'nil .irhrearing "I' .
-- Ihut al Il su I Ik 11 em <', 'I I Il
Inrrla' ,
,
,
,, .1 '
Ik- that It Joined the S'c n.1 I :N \i.tlonal i.
\ ,\H Into the \l \'
\ quasiiiliT
TKUHTIONM) ( .i'l: : r ront ot r si ,lInt'l n\ \1. t.
laoKuii" Sol! MvaiiK \'Jlt. ., 1 ,M in .iuth Vie Castro Executes phi 66 and Pt-ifli II,', ,, ,,ii I.

fun:i ulelie.c \ 'hinniii'' '" ""> \ III n \ Mo\emeni in 1s 1 I \ I I
hi rut i i I' UK 11 Poktit also" 1'I1I1'1'CId ,3 Charged With
on ,I' r I is I ilxitage anil '\1t"111I. I' 'I
11 ,It i "n' ,,, if the lulled
\sseiihlHmlilinit, \ : ps "
Nation i) called "Wan Onu' : c.
in Vnniini .''P'1'' 'iI' II' 'the' : I i I' 'rhttl.ind and Smith Vtotl Being CIA Agents Three J.mlli- 'I" ,

Red.belt'. ):Ut'II.t i s 'utiiM I S l pnpl+'t t'Kliitt1 i are Just MH-M. ant :.,'tl i
i"Ills i I.< HIS',ule. .Laiw." H said M1VMI: VP> Mis un Hi I lu.Haul "

,r.' l t'nurd I !Stotts i h.MI'urtted tixtic. till t'. men ihircel reported MI .c 1'\I
htye
nlal'ch fromi: v Ninn I. .. .
l 1,1,I iI'h."b' Laotian with IH-IIII. .1:0111 ot. the 1. S.
to direct .iiti uti i ..
'I .' Cenli, ..il I Inlellifniueceii i \
ported uperatl'.11,.i I I ,
i jul." tai e Ird,'. are plan* were i-\e uted, bfliliiii MTmUIn ,
!Pff plan to plan i ii I'
I I. e"\t'IKt DM- war to theN Cnnaeues PIOSIIK. '
late PreaMent )tIs i iin "I 0)
5, 5" ni I IVm..critic' Repus TlH- iniMifc .nl monltoreilheieaid '

o ni I tr..' l leMdl,ml, Want two nuiro were. lenteiueil to UaHhlnHimtoimatlon ,
"i III'!
"
LUFF GMC INC. II 1I.K. m the official Imig priaon teiiu*. 11"I
si iiHimii i ''I ','
The ere.'Wed men ere lent i
i I. huh 11 Peking.
Porn "'1'01.tru' auisii I f. q' d,.
Truck lltert .\lbertoCMareobeitun.
si.,itsi i \it- Imo sd 1.I' I.
Service, ile> Mednno, Mjnuel Pit, .u'Irl ,
.'nh! i .:
InLESSD TWKtmtv. Conuuul Minehno toI.I rt 1 tic 1 AIM| "
TEMPORARY i .Illllllll\ I H ll, I I !
\ I i. 1 ,) I t\i'i Mr andI TapH.Ttie' i
l 1111 ,.It int I rM
LOCATION I 1"I I HrihM alt at" I'UM.II ast "fail the men J s
Ii. t III'\ I iM' .
o "' in J..vle were imnitl uuli ikHiiments 111.1'U..tlll1
411 HIn"+ St. N .f, \1 'that'' ,
i \I iil'i.1, I ,'ti hors thrs tit it : them to oti atii rail it.irs z ,

: --- I ,i l"ice lnUrrn MtU <. r"MInrli, uul |K lltual tnftirnutioii \ o'-iiililt, i ii V v I
"i"n r., \ii f 1
II'
__ 1 .11'1. li .'H"II'h! h' YI ami rerun H to the tl *. f
let u. t LIIIII \ '
'I I ,li, lll' I month The two sentenced to |'rtnon "
and said /to wiNd. I Ic.I S
,
I J. war hwrnticon wen uleiiliiie.1 .it Jorge Ber

pittaTlgtEAuto ---- old Minueti -
,
rnuiuleHonilvn --
,
\ Since / Hiin' He ii''',, I,unei. *o*
; IUC TRAINS TO BARN
1 ? ce
I 1'1\1"i \ e
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1902 ,iut.li Hi I h'lli.li. .ic'lilil,Ili. ROMt APl INI '1 1.; ,. ,.; ..
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oar n f" I onervtll li,lies nan, that -
LARGEST CRO\\'D of the season was n handS most of the Jerry
night Mines won thal -
end
Kerr CrotyPSEAR.I4APl tII have .Mfeuhna. .v.>"""ulcra
r., tItf -J .i1tt! t IIo t 'ITS,,T5 '-'*.... Roe and the .'itur"I .i\. ;.Ill" .r tbl; 'I. I I' I,1' 1'I; A' ,I" .j I If I J"I'\." "It'" it i I't B O ha'a' p. t' :" Bu 'ldarc \

h' Mrs n"t r/' >10" 'I i I. t\\ ,
I REliEW YOUR .1 t "It'.." M 'I. Ml vojits l. : vs I u.! > Blu.t as'Frtlti.1ti'I ; ..I "r. I I I'

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off-beat travel topics Exchange

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'urinal Conservation ofs

il Kcsouroes l epaitment +i. to

By Anne L. Bowes i o-chainnan, akahatehee

and Committee, of f the tor- tvr } .

Nature consr wivrged
Dark; terraced hills made .iti f 1.
When 'f i rule fortes to ji :Mangitet, meeting at the
'oCIIIIIII i It' hkt. iu faintest backdrop for fruit trees h' ,I I ich Club Hotel last night to t .

-mile Aid 1 rmklrng'Ifeyes[ onthe bloomed. They t<..*ed liki save the lakahateheeII ?

tale of I .i stone, uid .... rrlor. puff balls against the "i. I, .

The run gaunt giant Is ten her land. The 1ne\ard
MhU U the only true wit.eu -
still in .
denied b dell. winter dress and n
a
> spring more
left eaat ol the Mi.s-
trees bore leaves. All
cats than any we know In Ameri
ca. She comes in slowly and smooth river, barges bill I >Ippt, compr"lng wild coral w

tremulously, as If afraid to touch Holland or Switzerland loll i is, 100 different orchi.l, t

the frtdfld, tough skin of this soft lights merging with tl I'* oliVe wild animals and birds. 1

country. In turn,the flan! pushesher of snug villages From tho u > 1\.11.. many of the f la,

back, buffets her with dreary train, this panorama passes) ,appearing creation PLid1Ir

tales, blows lonesome cold winds for hours until night hid itt- i I.IIU"' ." aha pointed out.

through budding branches But, beauty. "1 hope it Mn be bought 10 i k1r

in the end, he contwuts to her $100 or tea an acresat

company and allows her re.mlnlnU Still better LtTt.VALK; Mrs Park. "Once it It ate
a way toappr"l'I.ltea
)' to transform the land. German spring is to walk. STRAW SPECIALS 1.8.. halo.. s,,'I'o...t'anttr owned it can be used by natiii ,
Spring to work first in the
goes London dtujner' Otto L sal _, !. back .hitt lovers I1a-
cities Travellers and residents Pick a state forest, a doer park, allow .t < win i" n rim n catnpliig studying i

alike blink at the da/de.red tu. an estate ground but find a nice straw tr,,,,,,,.d with cop B t ", It (' ,w pti with, ,w d. black latin, bind, urn, supervised huntln); an.I

lips which sprlngupbetore stark, woods. I pent a da) In much -.-- many recreational activities."

grey buildings. Fountains spurt enjoyment at a deer park near John I Rogers, Collier Cools:

again and flower vendors set ur. Frankfurt Huge oaks and guessed their presenci. A student juvenile deputy,formerly a lot -
beeches stained with the soot and In corduroy breetlit s <,t< oiled Volunteens Win Their Caps
stalls beside the parks On the eater and land manager' lii iu! '
weather of centuries rose b\ re sting .1 Speech out loud .
fresh sward, flocks of wool area, related to the txch.iv,
often In straight out of the tidy forest Maid German couples with dach the 'hut the given more than 'J.OOO hours ofvolunteer
sheep graze. Cologne, I il cauI4, i; 01! ; Club members, tome of hiIl1Ipl..iOl1.
right beside floor. There was no litter, shunds passed by briskly on their service. MU .\ -
the Rhine njjellne
River \\'IUIllt"'IlS. ,ed c i"is> / on the :Strait
leaves and "constitutionals
shepherds guide their animals In only old bronzed a aides, ua.. heldIuiUa: ,, \ Ma\ alltii I I. 1\-., halted' the
This U I
carpet ot white spring flowers When malk was ov..r. I exceedingly rough;
the shadows of and 1
lurches.( city buildings The contrast between brute fell I had come as dose I to share -5ti: ai Maples| ,>enloi i I ugh; luntern->. country that can be seen onl\

Moving Into the suburbs Spring strength of the trees and fragility log Corns.ml's spring with Germ ae)o.'l. The 'teen-ages.< who Oil foot,' said Rogers "( \ .
pnnl'HAIH'ATf) William Uc'nol.m above
of the blossoms was Intense. ,ins as am trivrllei I' i'.in hope. areineinhersof. the I mure Nurses Summer CampApplications preat has been! cut down b\
pale German "haus.
coaxes ''
lion or th, \\alttt T 1)010.111 "t I I- .,ist I l.a1dl ',
ll'( club -
Somewhere tn of turo \iiic rlc a school
clump
fraus" (house wives) oul..". a > the overhead logging *yiIPIII '
doors A great symphony of jean l larches, a pheasant crowed. were capped| under the su- which i* disastrous to the recet'rd! the Naples ( ,\'k Assoiutiun Ate .lrd fir)

plllow-punchlng, blanket-beating, From lime to time, a :are ho">. prrvUion of Mr .M rjl[ I Lalli.herson undergrowth.' Including the cypress the highest scholastic axoiHK" for lio\sat St Ann

rug.rastllng and pallet-pounding ped across my% path or squirrel Shortage Of and Mr,. I'earlrdwardsol seedlings. It U freak Catholic School William who was a nwrnbor of

begins. Then, amid feathers alldfOrl.thla ran chattering to his n."t.At the Collier County)' HealtliDepartment. Are Now Due ish country onoe you are In It this 1'eat''s graduating flaw nt St Ann's uNo WAS
the of the trees a snare
the women apadeupthe Imps and 1 different from what awarded! a g5; () sayings bond )lliRhoxt scholastic
of new bird >'alls tumbled thn'ugh Piri'iits p|,innhiKl"eon till| I hell quite

Those soil for who their vegetable are lucky gardens.enough the warm air. A gr...n WUH||" (k. Housing Faces The group U sponsored hy children in llu \ Ml \ Mimim-i' one tees driving along route aMn\K for girls went to Ji'itifi-t WalkingMidiath !

tn have special garden lots, spend er swooped onto a spruce lamb the :Naples Hospital AuxllUr. camp fur bangs .it Lake Placid :Ji*. 1 LICk of water Is a very ( ; photo)

whole. days opening the tiny where he disturbed a dozen blue The following girls who were were reminded lidiy that they aarloua pioblem. Local! land

huts which serve as up tool and tits.At capped, have given a total of should complete reglMrailon developers: are draining this Aid Hunt For CureCancer

summer houses, Inspecting a tiny "bath1 (brook), I Top Schools 1\,'):: hours ol volunteer service forms immediately. In order to area and native tree, plants

fences between the c111 ('.pal'ked paused to rest and spent h,.i,' to the hospital: assure reservations for the June atilmalt and bird are juffrrl' -
'' an hour watching a mole search U opening |.rloil. "
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plots pruning fruit trees and Ftetiy Jo Cadenhe.d. Candyce
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planting seeds, /Here families for food underwater Sleek as an Anderson, CarolIoWIII. Marilyn The Memorials
of
subject water control
otter, he swam back and forth Ida s two> top univi'iMiles art'turning acid that the\ camp roster fills
will come on hot summer days Bryan. Sharon Glbtw, Diane diseased the"
was at
tlousuKl IeIWth by
through the topiu water A .swat) ofpios\ rapidly as the camp dates up.pioach .
to reap the harvest and relax.: cuckoo called from up on :a 11 Ilan. 1"l1Ivp I student seeking admit Kinney, She cry lion, Linda Sto- and suggested lhe rll..stponslMi h l xohangitea. It was felt that
Out In the German
country over and over. Deep In a beech Mon for the fall term mainly wt'll.elldy Snow, Linda Par- reglntratlofin to prevent the maintenance of' water In time

along side, Spring the Rhine.Is mont One should entrancing take wood, I found a wizened old man because of lack of housing, the tin and Tary I'nkeless. UM-minute
a train from Du M>IJorf or ripping bark from IItOt'ch locs.A Slate Board Control sal
Cologne to Maillot or Frlburg dead cigar was clamp|> ctxtwfen I Because universities require Joyce who were member of now tn Its 10 year at the ISO. d desire to he hanhel I
and lie freshmen women to live on the the last 0'1' trail have. acre site on the shores of Luke i'iirliix II' I il '
sometime towards the middle or stained teeth group: ***, informed on the subject I I rvi i I'I'I I i Ire I i Isilk .

end of April. Detwetm the tool, wore a leather apron wt"llos..r. campus, the board said Monday Orawsy, accepts boys elgttt The Exchange: Club paaaed a yramm 11.'lhII101. I "il I I,,i UlUi .Mc-i" ,,! "r il". 'OCkr' :!

northern flatlands and the red with knife cuts His lumpy the number of dormitory faclli. through 14 years of age.Cantrs motion that the" club favors the have lien |1.1HII/)' fm'ut fircn u> i."HUIIV UtIf.! ,Ihlt"\" \11l :jo

warmer, hilly south, one can admire handy moved exjTtl) as he ( lean ties available' IB the .controlling fig AttendanceFor may enroll for one or purehaae of the .rakahetoht* deceased' relative and hlfmUhy "I l llxMr" i'''''rlIIIi\1I I i
factor for that
fOCI oif each log and heaved It onto group.The mare of the IWO-WIH< periodIC
a whole progression of new Strand by the :State for the 'iiiaklii rout,, I i II board said implications
: purpose
neat Memorial which extend throughout e the sum.
life One month ago or so, I a pile.Skirting emerald.I field of new would continue to ,.... acceptedas Day of camping wilderness l MKIIto tin. \'inerlcancaiioer living' {persons who .va., ., '
made this trip In (lie 1.ite after an mer.ThM M\ lrtv's Memorial ruiid. tribute toclcwihi.. ,
several withdrawals are made. Square Dance study, hunting and almilar re pay
noon. The entire time I stood barley I passed shooting camp located\ two miles
transfixed at the windowThunderstorms platforms, where doer hunters Here are the figure on applications south of Lake Plat'Id's corporate creation. relatives who had did l I' I

lurked In the usually wait In one, a young at the universities flu ost a liiiml i rd square dancers limits on Route V". 27. Operat. The club members welcomed Sanders the same time /give I I IIItt' in,
hid limited to University of Flurlda. : He aticnoViltlif ,.11 hlne I Shul-; ed the Year A d Greater rank financial to ,I... C
north-east behind the jrav 'I ills. iixipli i up spoon by i Mr. .F A. Utlnowuw aa support j'
It was dusk and the III sl lulls: in |'IIU.K\ only' a few raucous lelved 5,900 applications; at. fieri' Meiioilal' / hay I estlval Miami, .a United Hind agency, It a new Lxchtnglte.Junk CI UiiMiii (diver Sanders, 19,, can Cancer :Soclrir : / .11

blinked in m run KM ishtimi''I'. ivi'iis uid Furut lean goldfinch ceptod 3,100; held out.nf.Mate last weekend larvae all Florida YMCA or. died Huniluy MI Naples. (imimunll y r, round eanoer control p"I ">c" 3:

freshmen applications to 250; with Mel ( lark calling, the ganlrallons Noii.niomhers slap" Hospital Hi had" hen' a rt>sldenl t of public education CH .. .
and cut off freshmen women o(<* ( and wmiltiful d....il
danclnx began at the Stewart may onroll of Naples for the pant sever'i March project and! <:*>" I l'
plications Ian March Motel at 4 P.III. Saturday seta Further Informatlini. and reglntralUi Iitam'Pllny, mMhina mute than months, living mi luflth Avonue tlnut services
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Mrs. Atwood McElyea Florida State University .... ,he hest i vanilla, .Ur exam you
/ on the lawn and In detail may otitaln Naples I'ara He was a retired'I Or l Ijiiranyone .
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Received 8,121 appllcitlunsf Of' the shallow end of the pool. ml! from the ,...,hlt'lIrI' i :imp' ,ill. ".in ,Iniv nl code rivfd with sI carpenter, umilnc her turn ney | I.1;
ted I cut off freshmen male aliI i I
cP 3,941; nrlor it 40 M 'Iii, I \vi>niu.Ml .. 'I 1'1'1' ,it (iriMi Irene d."Ii < MlnneH ll.*. may
women applications In February Naptet club members served oontrlhutlon In Mull "a: I 10"
I l\fil\, l HeNlilm
unl I >lilllilvM hl" widow, Mm. Uafl
New Executive DirectorOf still :accepting apptlcatlims coffee and doughnuts. caaaad friend relaih
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..ml(>rs, ho l I" survived by ..
from women t transfer students At 8 p.m. there wa nutdooi! cl4uirtiii Mm IhllUp Hunt erfsiMtiic donor's jjlff, made, i I"i ,"I'' T i., .

and from men.Florlda dancing at Oraher's :Service the .
w.inh., Mid a !Mm, Air American Canal I IC I .
A t M University: Center at I FlhhAveusr.Isitu M III I Mint (law Jim HandomiMVI la recorded and place-.t 11manent I 1., I

Gulf Coast Council Received some 1,150 appllca and the Tanilainl 1 rill, )It', l'r'itlwrs. Warner. Welter file. An .1"; I I

turns; will accept some 7SO; all ITIII.ic and thI colorful cn illlll" t I ".1 i, John and !odwanlll..rllj) card, In the nave i II -
..rfJown studmts required to
out attracted manYlprcloil'! "I ,, I'iit-i inMorn, I Mrs. Christ Nor mir, U then tent to II' ,
live on campus. 1 ".91, Mr*. Selma JitinwHi and .
the lottli.itivici -
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_/r Y University of South Florida: Ing parking !Mi, Anthimy Oas, and two tly nf the dewa.ied. I 11.
from "y. of the contribution I ,
HIM elved 2,200 applications: uHli
> iiilrtren.i .
liishinen and transfer students; After an hour'i t reak. Ii,I I. I tined The decea,'d'I IU
i nuns al Mir vices will be held lit
80 cent club members served I iixi, i1 v then the "
r.I a/ i i-pted some per ; two. i 1 '' I I.ick lomurriiw aRernamII''o11h.'I'srl0 placed on '
II lids of all student commute. guests a "hobo" !meiii lit i "li 11-Illgan i '' I I HiHe Funeral Unit.The

-I lorlda Atlantic University: MOW at the distill" i "' | I, 'I"J| | with the Rev. John W, dear. In turn,

( >tuning l << In September. with some Hal) on Central Xvenur, ,idc I Iw i r'"III'' ', ,iMKtnr cif the Mrst I'rea.Is. a bona Ida eel owb. I II'

.'uuo student enrolled, mostly which a hobo daio c>mtin' ,' I i" *.'n in, ( hurrh
ti' "in junior colleges alone the until after two ass. I, "Yo... Inlei'm nl will Iw Inv his contributions woe

: our'p 1 \I.r earl count Social Thedk-Nrdsadjmirle''I I a< r 'I'I"K|' Mxnmrlal Onrdene.I pan 01.the. SoelatyS i I""

I I he KSU Institute for to the motel', and t Ire v,,, ,' a I r "-,.1.. may all at the KunorclIIIKIKI will he uaad for II'
I I". i Ill'h II estimated t Mot by 1973ni 1 etISse from 2 ti's this altemuunUNI
., | iik enroUnu-nl would tup daneltig when the sui" eau K "I i j jMuiday 11',111 t.. 9 tmiiitii. eanear control projnntwipt .

p l .100 I student, compared with morning. Psllb >"iii.rs will he Glenn aUo provide: .

I i H last fall and an estimated Allan.h.* IIJIIMHI I. tarry ruw.l .. tor tax daduwtMa I I'I

I ", in September.. NEW OnlC''EIt o: I.1 l l ,,Ihd' ) (jMcirp' VIII"' .'. When com rtbutkxi.. ito
M ivhlle. enrollment. at the The' new ofHears for I ',.1m5 1 v11I the Mwitorial Koii

I "i lei finder, < iillew was assumed their duties aI i,. following inforniaii'

i I I1' ( urn-iii, 'enrollmentNews tug the outdoor dance. I d. Scholtzid accmnpany the cIte .
t1 t JII'tVl' I lat tear.
I".r happftll' U the tow prcsi ,u-,11, ol ,the dataaaadi '.
'I''I, .,111111'1, I"o Ceden1.I / a.rvtres rut nailerH' cslr
., with T renor Kites audio I ,l 1- Jr. HUI. mid| SIl'''. Pilrlleddeaa..r. '
alI
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I Sill 1 'nl "I V \In I I rut >- arm
I II, lei vloe-presWenrs. '.t ;ijhafrr I Mr.. UrJIvy A. hrhciU, Uy; addraaa, city, arm ,
U the new 3ec. I.. ', i".ld Mraiday alternnwvtunicirial utuie of the donor "all' I' I'I
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f 6r and" "Mil Mil the i sew I ,1 I- Gardens wilt enclosed oheelc.Mumurtal .

From e i ast-pretldamlltix 01.-l I I, W. flump, pNli. .4i aomrlUiiili I

'I'r. v-i 1''s Ralph 'ia/ .e''' i ia i Presbyterian <(< hutch, ,fun .attests may I he II I

"j l aacats i Lynn >*t. njlilrley ". Arrancwnitiiis wi.rf 'I, ,, flees, '.anon, t'cirllrr .
Records I I .the Ml' hard \_ PHI.in .
County Kornbau, and I Isa.II-" i Salt/i I I'nhAII, .
I 'i 4 ","".. lt. hills
er Duane Lyon warn 't..! a id. 'Illyawalam, .II Ih.h'Imm" Iallk'uf'Iv'I I ', l .,.

MI \\( i I n i I'x.ki r vote of thanks. I i rifle iin HM""o Drlv eI1 I II".
Lloyd Hill will call ua ce> --
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I t'lIIlon'or' adoption of "KarenT I "
next Saturday evn iny.( i rfreJhnwnu i I I', '. hi* parents, h.. l I' .nI .
T Mlddlebrociiu.iretta will he irrvr I ...1 I I 1,1, hall ltor, l Ina., .rt

> Plan" vj GH. Plan.. Helen. 1 Kile. Hill had ; laiOaUIng 'I" blind, hew material /' 11..1I I.In I.

,Iivnror.nette. some Hrand now fig: .I" Odell Alexander I ''. i 'I't, amt Mi I Ils ''''''.

'. Owaaer vjjamaa Lev- to the group 01, this ceca II i 'I, ml, I h, i jtriMl i mil'McSwain ,'I. I ,
nard Chaaaar dlvorea. 5'1 hmledlr.
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>M On \ Mali tin n t "
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John H. Slater vi Sot lsW .- FARMERS!
I ,0( Will hold its .uion-Mv "trr'i '
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jdunid ilater divorce.COfclWA Vr end Mn ONe l j fJ.> :2 J8 fiyhrh,
M ,make f fur -I.
to plans c(>i i KlUiniiK'i
Ave S Naples announce the of RANCHERS!
Mr. \.E: 'litre '{ program' has grown; to In* sod aullI ClJm''J marriaQ I I I .I I.
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must .IVV'
dent, has an established camp elk i 1H trwtr dauflhiaf, Onw Odal to Seaman Jerry Akm- Me*(*all, ...,". II "I GROVE OWNERS!
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pointment of Mn. eau M girls at a tat ? .,.,. fIi.l the. I It.I_"l I It.. I' 'I. 'I

Elye of the PUgah seven. other aane Mats ran M, Myert' Mid 10nn Orchid The bndto/oem to bt ii the ton of AAr and A. 'Jltfll fI' >'" "I l II rI', sill, ) ---

Council of .\* ,. owned and tar ....... Myer, M "' '''In.. SocietyTo the /Ie,. l...n-.. hi i i iOf SAVE $3 TO $30
Tom F airfield-,.,*.nv. t>e <.y Mr, Charlie I AktMnafcr. of Avalon lttat.a, Nejp M. ,
roUn. a* the new there U tree* eamatotf Ik* k*' t v.| rn' H 'I'ClMirrll "
rector of the local al the aces Potty, at a'), Cot t> Commu- Hear Talk Moss Odell atttndM. Map!.. High School ..... .4f1'UIIIK( III.. 'Ion"." PER ACRE ON CULTIVATION

aloe. inandamut. was in Nape- 'of..n, n I .1 I '? COSTS!
l.lrl.ooul Council. "wide to \> m WaalVingion
Pate OU Co. v, Edgar I Is. .tens
ki maotng the .. ha been prettdam of
G.a.p. Judgment. D C.IMmIf'l PaUt.,.r. aura. null -..-
Mrs' Herrald ianu Club I on the board
po
EMak of Napkt' vi ...Ft i. *- By Livingston Al..andaf fttndad Naples High School Dri a*, George AII..I 'S. I'
"Mrs. NeE I,.. .. director of the Puatneai HmUl, M rnik, \ni, ." 10,. 0.*r I 11,000 S.wtH.ntloimtrt
Deejsd_ Judlrnenc.1LWU and .' L'*** Cfta-k Va In undtrwafvrliamodrior
COM Council wait. frotoatonal hoinan'a Par' t ,Ice it prat/ ,rt, tact lx>_ll I .<..", will be I"'"9 a
III ability and e.. a memhrr of the CMc U S Navy
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GEJI : "I I I GAS fLAME to keep
minister the work of Comer, the National Re. The II take in the Pratbytar. 1
duds .1d
t"f I We nee \ppUcMIGIu +'. t '" rg N pi 'e
control" Ov" w*.d. 0,4Io.n
dl. The Council ( .....- \MeeUilor, die r/

the cornea has an ncerearioi toatary, 1*' toonard Thill. and Hem rtl.( rionthh fMtt, .TKtf:I, <<'i.:.,s' rUr Cr, jt h" '.IHf.It'tllI..Md 'JnJvne, IS.,7pm thil ,.., Over 30

\ very of f the Evaaa I rOlf, "tani. --- :
growth pattern a salter aaattan pie 'rchld lICk' Y "opt tell be flame r".l-
that of the Gulf COB .... of director of f the .\aa e- Kerssd... i>.CAr if'jiri and .
J* ]'.Jc ., M \ .ot.d, Per .....ill enhow
For instance, the of Girl Meat Pnfca- \lItIha !.ooten. 'If'{'Y I. ee'i'vI 1rtc.e s' Now 3 Locations To Verve You.HAMK WHY RISK 'EM 11 von
'..smutCeto: ivi! uci you e"lt
c" ha frown tn ... 'Workers"
hire. MaElyea'l MM. MaEI,..'. tmtoimt. to a 'la I I''k? l'lh l ""..- mrdU! : HH4iTflC ('KNTKM HO RISK 'EM I !I"> ." 101091 coil .

sever eeOTftae to t... army efflaer aad feat I le I Met apesb.nride'- .
J 14!' THE: M K CALL NOW ro* AST.
'MIH.ll
dan of ever U ... ........ a private day aanip 'B) il LAPLRT sgRyCUNORISK I

Swat .msmbsrsby Atiewirle. Thay.Mae 'e I U Li vii -1m

od ,.....," MM ........ Mr. >. GRM. .... af t orchid f

raid. W and t sell, ;tavM. t'dr ore -4W STYUIT I S ,

"r: has U from "a"tca.r'a'Y rret', f:::
It. pine gradMrtng High Irle J-wei "CI r.. : v rnp "ef""AI" Ia I
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JUNE 1 2, 1964 >' :i :

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I. How About An Alligator Alley Amble? UASIUNOTON- ; < ,


In 1923 a little group of 23 men, end and meet Collier Countians at some estimate\ prnaleh, I
chanu In northrow
including two Indian guides, pushed and designated spot about halfway betweenthe establish thomsehrs!

fought their way across the Evergladesto two communitiesWe tluoughcars of '

center the nation's attention on the feel the need for Alligator Alley The chances of '
hold also 50-,iO)
need for a cross-state highway throughthe already has been well established, but .\* of this writing :

'Glades from Fort Myers to Miami such a trip (it would be a lark as compared tohed In plans for !

They were called the Tamiaml Trail to the trek of the Trail Blazers) operating separaleh is led ::

Blazers, and one member of the Intrepid would undoubtedly throw some light on ItcMolucionarla Recuperation (' : (: )

group was Russell Kay of Tampa, a well. exactly what is out there and dispel the .\ coalition of the :

He recently wrote an belief of men) of the People :
known journalist many pessimists that the routeis fscainbrax: is under :

interesting column on the Trail Blazers, impossible to traverse, OutlrrrrzlrllOIO.: .

The 23 men started the trek over Anybody interested in organizing the aTl.'NTt7 The analyst I t talked (
,
what is now the Tamiami Trail with seven Alligator Alley Amblers? nETE h1It no quick \icton :
WIN to take as long to win
cars, two of which had to be left behindIn
The Florida Supreme Court still has
the trackless area they traversed The Tills io\HT of
not handed down a decision the
$17
on !
period
over a
definitely was no picnic, groups
trip million worth of bonds to be issued for the original plan for

Russell Kay credits the efforts of the financing the toll road. the Ray of Pigs debacle

Trail Blazers as being materially respon. Somewhere along !
The Peninsula Motor Club and other
invasion became a
:ble for the eventual building of the
s AAA groups in Florida, and the City of well-backed massive t
Tamiami Trail It took them 1 1)) days of concepts and the '
Miami made, according to the
toil and the motorclub's So I- S strategists;
sweat to navigate approximately >
I I.i
official publication, "an aggressive 7 like the present
40 miles between the Dade and I
attack on the two-lane, undivided toll 1 Hut there are other
Lee County ends of the Trail road One Thev're not
proposed between Naples and
The Trail Blazers traveled mostly in 4 } i.iftitrating troops ill
Andytown through the Big Cypress The analysts t I

Fords, which perform valiantly con Swamp ," .,r strongly opposed In ,

sidering the terrain they were called the people mat be \\
This writer informed
was several
upon to cross. Today's high-powered by Half of the Cubans sof't'i:
judges attending a Florida Bar Associa grumble but must be (
four-wheel drive vehicles
could
probably -Itfo/R/ .. i believed
tion meeting here last weekend that the people are
have made the trip without too much eighth give it real
Supreme Court normally takes from 30

difficulty.At to 60 days to hand down a decision It TWO: CIK\S l :\ :: :: : : :
any rate, the Trail Blazers accomplished the l
strengthened since
was hoped that less time would be required -
their purpose to attract attention : able to effectively catch
on the bond validation issue pec.plE
to the need for the Tamiaml Trail The World TodayBy with the infiltrators
but perhaps the old adage still holds In ''tfie Three leaders of

and to prove that the route was passabla true that "no news Is good news" :i JAMES MARLOWE hate the organizational;

One wonders if it would be in Cuba The Nile I
:
not ?
Alieclaltd P'UI Nar. Analytt
It is our understanding that the feasibility \ news. and personality
worthwhile to organize a group to ba ,
of the toll road is not a question infiltration attempts
called the Amblers WASIIINGTON AP -ln the against Goldwater who .'
"Alligator } represents
Alley
or before the court only whether the bond! NEW YORK .AO) Threemamba ( the There are howeter
tingled tale of the Republican conservative light
other that would be suitable IlirUrt Ilno/er ; The Cuban economic
ago,
any name issue is valid. In view of the fact that lay near death from a rc ."lra. pri.till'nllal primaries, reach wing of the party Lodge and i The split between
to traverse the routs of the Naples-Ft. In' their climax today In Cat.,, Rockefeller are moderates
several similar bond Issues have been tory infection and Internal! backers of C astro has
Ifornla, Son, Barry Goldwatersounds The Lodge people weren't on.' :
lauderdale turnpike. It might convince
Heeding. Tocliy, thp fonnprpreMdiiit conviction and \ :
fould to be valid, as the toll road bonds more confident thin amored of Rockefeller, nut 11
who Is 89 tear--' old, muni-1 who during
some vociferous critics of Alligator Alley Rockefeller could beat Goldwa. /
were by a Circuit Court it that ever ''
appears Is "up and alxml his apart | of non (
that the proposed route isn't a morass On the night liefore the New ter the tatter's chances of win. group
mcnt In a Newoik hotel.
the Kiplinger Florida Letter is justified Hampshire primary last March nlng the Republican nomination police, reported! on
of mud all the "Tin1 president has n'cup"rat.ed |
way In saying: "Toll turnpike between Fort the Arlronm was so cocky at the con volition next month
well said
very a hputeh.man
Perhaps the Ft Lauderdale Chamberof alxHit KIK'rt'BS he said he "hadIt might be ruined, or so they
Commerce other civic Lauderdale and Naples, soon under way for hoover Monday made." Liter his campaign could hope (( :
or some
The letter advises that construction will manager said this was a boner With Goldwater out of the in' iiiiiKHKou ,\: i l
NEW YORK AP txlorfSHart
group over there, might want to organize be difficult, but that the bonds will be the llomli( adrPbs) who The man who didn't even admit way at the convention, Lodge, seldom hit the

a band to start from the Broward Countyothe.rs uliandonod Hollywood a year he was running henry then might have a bitter chance
well secured. Ctthut. Lodge, U.S ambassadorto since there was and Is a lot of odds often enough at
Cuthollc
ago to enter a Koinan
monastery, says bliP has found South Vlit Nam won and|I sketlclsm| that Rockefeller, track to get even

happiness and satisfaction.Miss Goldwater and New York's even with a win In California,
I Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, can get the nomination In most homes
25 Inter
Hart was
,
sa'y both. of whom campaigned hard In the midst of all this former there is juieinle "
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Viewed Monday by a New York
President Dwight D. Elsenhow. there likely
Lauills In the state, finished second and cy is
Post repoi tt r al Hi Kin. ,
third. er-who had refused to express adult/ deiruque'iin./ !/
the lit'in'dictliiH Miters minas.eery
In Bethlehem, Conn, where Last week, a few days In.torn a preference among candidates

slut, Is a p""lul.lIl.WASIIISGTON today's showdown In California, and said he wouldn't try to slop
Gi Uwater with some of the any of them or dictate the nom.

cockiness gone, said "I thinkwe're Inee--Issued a statement
lAP) !Quoteof ; 1
the diy Asgoclitn JustlreTotter winning this campaign"What He listed 1 the "principles and

Stewart of the U.s. Su.preme ha|'pi'rail Mween New traditions' he hit the RipuMi. ll
llainpsllre and California got ran candidate In Novl'mtJu's
Court, di'llvi'ring an
(angled: Indeed) election should hold. Some of
opinion on a tax lien rasp; The old expression
"The fads are not particularly The next I big shocker after the principles| he mentioned did full of prunes
New the Ore not fit Goldwater too well
Hunpsllre was
cUlIIl'lIrah'lt] Iml In all hnllltyth..y ginated at a boarding
are dull" got rlmary, where the still Immediately there was a
silent Lodffe'a name was I'n. burst of Interpretation across
Too much \
NEW YORK (AP) Two tl'rl'd. Pollsters seemed confl. the country that Eisenhower, much pane make\prnrde u /

nights a work you' can find au. dint Lodge would win again despite his previous Insistencethat look like tfhale/

Thor Max W )llo pounding a U'at against Goldwalttr and Roiki he wouldn't butt In, had plying his trade as a tailor,
In New Yoik'a Central Park. ft'Her, both of whom cam. coolly tried to cut G"l
lM! W)III' revealed Thursday that palgned there. throat.U .
he had Joliud New: York CII)"'. Got<(water didn't do much true, It would have been a FINDING THE WAY

auxiliary police fone In the 79th campaigning It was as if he strange performance for the ex.
"You lust that earthworm right back,
put Precinct, a final point of the had liken the pollsters at their presldint. It would seem that

di' arlim hl'. drive against word It was Roeki.filler who It he thought, for the good of
|
Big-City Mayors Report Their PlanThe muggers and rapists who Infest rllmp, lfll.d although by this the party and the country Hi,it Amend Ourselves Instead
mitral Park after dark. lime his chances lot"' ed dim. Goldwater should be wished ,

Wllo'g daughter, Janlie, 21, Peole, wondi'red If he was run. out, he would at least have stld

Mayors' Council on Fair Apportionment Johns (St Augustine) on the Fast: and her roommate, rmlly nlng for exerclve! to forthrlgltly in KM.HI \\'. I.OKU: ', I U I).

a biff-city organizationopposing Coast through Marion (Ocala) to lloffort, were found slain In Dnt-RIM feller won, Lodge The statement and the In. Newspaper Enterprise: / Assn.

the present legislative' apportionment Citrus! County on the Gulf Leon their East Side apartment' nine flnlilied second, and Goldwater terpretatlons cheered the Rock
and Count Tallahassee would months ago.PITTSRL'RGII. third This boosted the gov. teller forces and the Gol,Iwat.
seeking one.has ( ) be
a now ) --- -
seemed be
er people to trying:
r's chances against the
son.uo'r
arm
just issued! a report giving details /placed in a North Florida districtof -R. Sar. In Callftrnla where It to Ignore any Implication that About a hundred years agoa fl
tAP)
of the plan it promises. It bears nine counties, and Ray County gent Shrlver says he (K.'.n't world' Ito strltl) betwetn both Eisenhower was shooting.. : at poet suggested I

the signature of Mayor Hubert King ( Panama City) in a district of eight know whither Secretary of IV.ft of them Mine Lodge wasn't I'll. Goldwater The senator s,UdEisenhower's Lord, what a change within

High of J\liaml.u chairman I If thia The absurdity of these groupings .use. Roliert 5, McNamara Is aft tired there remarks were us one short hour
Spent
in Th'i mil
report had come out before the May illustrates, the impracticability oftrying 'HUM'r.it or a Ri'|>ul>ll<',in but It wu a blow to G..ldw"ltlr mokt welcome to make presence
make. male and, to make It tougher for him, But then Monday, after awetk preiail
26 primary, High would have been to apportion the Legislature he'd a good running the Lodge supp'rtors decided! to of silence tine his Mate It was his confidence that

beaten\ even tvome than he was. strictly on the basis of population for I'rPllh"'nl JnhnMW luck RoikefilUr. in California men), Eisenhower was asked b) prayer would make the difference .

The report dusts off the old argument and nothing else The apportionmentplan newsmen how he thought Go) !I. !

that under the present assignment now in effect passed by the J,, water felt about his statement One wonders about the di. I

of legislative seats 27.5 Legislature last year, will be on the The former president said, mensions of that difference. t

percent of the people of E'lorida ballot for the people's approval as ALAS A R A A L E "You people, read Gotdwatfr out if all of the people who have t

control 50 per cent of the voting a constitutional amendment in November IE.ImmI'JW' ) q I rT MCL 1 L OTA of the party teemed, I dl to In'!." been writing the their letters concerning .
D A R M A L.A G L A This put ever) proposed amend.
In the House and 7J
power per cent unless the courts upset it. thing back where It was In.fore ments to the Constitution demanding -
of the voting power in the Senate It makes' man)' concessions! to the \( % MoREp vi MOA isenhower I: said an}thing but prayers in our
I '111111'I, ,, T O M R T [
and that this constitutes "grossly )principle of equal representation for it least the Rockefeller people schools would all pray' There

inequitable representation" Its ideal equal population -- giving i JJaJe ,"I.rb.tt ro'tribe )II o;' 'ii bond', ::;:' c MC# E T G A L L had I had a week to make use of is just the possibility that we token lion but this bv formal the repel tame!

is to have the seats assigned strk tty County 14 representatives in the apt| 11 I II ,'"II. C V AI M A C MiD S It. hate been shifting the responsibility lion It hardly prater

according to population, but to do )House, for example, as well as three IdirukM! II ttiih, : D' 'his wn words, G<4 R u M A T T win E'0 d''x'MI t have a chance for the others It seems easier to
this it must disregard! all other considerations senators but without overridingother II Suluuiidtcrr I N 111\1< 1" '", mlnatlon next month unless classroom act a pious

such at! common region legitimate public interests r I Spate COROMiAL NAPE he wins today.I.arlter amend the Constitution thanourselves form of Idolatry. There
It: Household W I finer i S A D E O R I P should be freedom to re
al interests. If the courts rule this this 5.ar, long before
out
plan, IJ1 aoumt 40 Iuho.o" p t L. w E C Sit C T Frankly. it seems too restrictive peat a prater, but it Is
The Bfr.atoml apportionmentwhich it will be up t to the next governorand U Rtctpattt pUlc the primaries began, he was *n interpretation to not the school businessto

the big-city mavots! ''I'II'| of Is'gislsture| to come up with 13 Cwrni U ('oiKr,"i SOLUTION Q* TltTIIOAY S PUZZU asked: Could he win the num. ban prayers from schools The hold religious: services.

would give Dade County six senators another one The "charge" was madeagainst ..ltu 44 Equ IK Ifornla Inatlon without Its winning M convention In ,Cal. separation of church and It I U not the school responsibility

instead! of three as at present pit- Ma oi' Ha\don Ruins of 17 S.. f ate) 4) Bt onr.rll J SlccvclrttI b hit' with state had to do with the bind. to Instructin
> delegates to add to thoM lie al.
.
IS Divan .1..1.I '
sal.oultl 46 Sped ( onmbutrd ing of a goternment to a particular how
Jacksonville to
the 300"
in gubernatorial read had, prrnapa pray.
.
:Ht Sfturta 4 Mrl d\ j Oultil. Ear form of religious
get three each instead of their present campaign, if it is a charge, that he : Reflect 4 Mrnul g Sea mf He Mad "No I can't win the lice That doesn't mean prac thatwe The same freedom which

one, and certain i other conn- had failed to join with the other \>.111'. :2\ Pining Dti\ .ne'Plt, .Mallow nomination without California. cant recognize God or makes it possible for an
would two or one senators! ,,,, \o om could." American to in freedom
ties worship
get city mayors in t their efforts for anew I Mini t Mr\I "' Lot S tnora )III open a session of the legists-
to do this and make Billiard Monday night h. said: "Me demands a sense of responsibility
apiece. In order apportionment. I If then reportnow IJ 1 ture or a school with prayeror
win tomorr.lW-
the increased senatorial representation issued I III what t they consider I I 1 e 0 S i r J winks" I'v ire, never going been to 10 confident" include under God in a I If the for that worship
present controversy
for the biggest counties meanjngful fan Meridian outside Miami can 16 Blau'C sledge of allegiance To .
the senatorial repiesfntationof /I I 19 1hn, ,ude our life of the mention.f serves to emphasize this Seed
.
,
thank then stars that Burns was NCOLLIER of personally\ developing a
enuanc c God u to make our public
other areas has to be reduced not associated I I with it. .1 'l""U .11 teranl. COUNTY NEWS and civic! life completely se life of prayer and the urgency
Accordingly, the plan would put 1.I of
MICHAEL CHANCg. Ht -PuftlthcrTHOMAS cularIt sharing a life of prayerm

Lee County into a seven-county senatorial In Short 'f ::/ .J I. / 17 J j t1.nl.md MAVCM AM*<'0" itr u one thing to ban prayeror the whole of our a IMeare.

district running from liar- Jbund.nl P'Jbsn.e 1.5.0 M."eayaM to it To demand then it will have empbatteed
:
dee County down through Monroe The trouble with triangles is that i$ It :( 1' II % Jb SIAr 1:311O.Mnly.br,. or': M..ne.n eu1rM'n. G.In lyIM prater require on the basis of tome of an important hunger

thy often turn into wrecked hi Train, ....... 1wt M.wL .. ,\n amendment to the
Fort Mjers has little in common 11 11 ;;; 14 IS J. 11 ) ;Shaba t.II ,. e4 1aK.. M.a ..er... R0. the logic expressed in Coni-
with Wauchula or with key ttest- tangles ... in?. real recently is another thing Constitution can't do
West have a a 7f ,e J d ,,' ".'._, Mler.e I III' for tilt 'One legislator inawu that we that It will\ take an
and Wauchula and Key 0' ,, : ,...."......... amending of our
In with each oth. Th president of the Edison: Electric . must have prayer In our personal -
even less common would lIf Institute predicts increasinguse Vh / I"' "1 I" :; i sun 5M155nNa" 55'5S. schools since that is the only religious convictions,
er. Yet one senator supposed bandedJa u,..*. tt m..1 I, 1.r.1''. place some students would Ihe rediscovery In our
to represent them all, along of electricity for vehicles F pen J.f 3' / jf JI 1) .rwadu I: Ih.", meet the custom of Is practice of our faith of
prayer
/ : ,
counties in between Uy as golfers get taster 35 ( umitia'ee ()Io. T.., lit i S. M.MM $' ... ,. our common need to
this the business of
with the e, T,,,.. M_". U 71M our school
Elsewhere other grotesque groupIngs a a a u', )e tul.u"rtl ....kr .t TK. AMO ,.'.< >.... :system' Are we to shift the know the Using pretence
June ill the when the ) Ina.tl 1 .ft..M '( -.eo.4 ..tl*..".'y M to* of God.
the month of all
!would be made by mayol'l'111an. rainy 4" U 0 :""..tulh .... ... r*,.*l.*t>** .* ." Meal obligation other agencies
a six-county district season starts Meanwhile there area 0. 1 Nnrawo ..... ot..... frutt m t* ..*..' a. of tocietv to the schools'" It U true that
Upstate!
.
..l'. .. ." A*> Met ...KI>MEtr WI ) : t .
To ( 1"
would be treated l'unnJ:1jf: fi om V t l J.lt t of bridal showers '.": If' '/.. '::' 21\ \rg., *. .s ..C_ cl... "".".' .t repeat i prater la h u. ueakcente.
.. school ought not U be an :* !
'e-
Me'e.
!' Pvtt O"'c' i > *
-Fort My. rt N Press .. ....... ... 4 INI
*C. ... 43 If -.. I Act 5 MarA affront to the Conitltu- We r-M I I' cxp* ';ee." itt

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L Trond.y, Jane 2. 1981 COLLIER COUNTY NKWS S
44 Civil War
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Naples I. \.; Most CostlyIn Many From Fort MyersIn



... By History I

II..nll'. paid America's war. Local Duplicate Play
DEFENSE GOOFED It mo dead MorlalDarbrtnc .
All vulnerable. South deals. t.. mind that the war between the

NORTH si t des remain the mont costly BY C J. McMURKY the Earle Davies latched onto
S A 8 In American livee of all aMtIkt.tll The Naples Duplicate Bridge fourth with 158. outhlrtlng the
H-Q ( IT which the nation has encaged'
Club Mrs. Punches -
0-i players had four reasons Mrs. Charles
I I \ i''U rans Administration re ordaV.
C-K I t for enjoyment of the game last Jackson team by only one potovMrs.
WElT CAST Friday, William Franklin Mrs
ID lit -K q 4M l'l iU, A J 10 M .K ) 4 | ) L federate i deed has tweet set at ((1)) The largest attendance June Hasehka were sixth 153-

c=J f It a'A I Q ISO l 'I i c than 200,000 by Dr. Joseph St this time of the year (13- 1/3.
SOUTH : > < .i les, surgeon! general, United 1/5 tables). ((2)) The absence East-West had the doubtful
I-J u ."fedt>rale Veterans. of mosquitoes and bugs permitted pleasure of sitting out two
0-K1eir"-II i This last,in eacese of M4.000. opening wide the unscreened boards playing only 24 for an
cA -, 1 r a < Is the largest" American toll In a doors so that ((9) (U were average of 132. Mrs. Harold
.
bid Mtule war. able to take full advantage of Weed Mrs. Gertrude Waltetopped
and
gambling inept de. I 'i 1 here were about 4,000 death
teen by N S gave E W << I... the American Revolution and the cooling breezes,which/ made the field at ln-1fJe
MacDonalds for a comfortable And this being the \
a lop In match points : 000 douths In service In the evening outalandtngscoreof
on Board 7 played at the NDBCon War of 1813. (4)) was the good showing' of the the night and winning them
April 17. This Is the bidding : A thousand Americana died In Naples teams In their good- s master point.
with John at East and rhllls at the virtuosi Indian Wars between natured rivalry with the play- However, In this directionthe
West I8i;U and 18H en from Fort Myers. Fort Myers teams had
Id..l.W/nrSIC.I N IE'5.5. The Mexican War of 164MB Fort Myers and Fort Myers somewhat of a field day as they
I... '... 1C (left) star of the Home children' show'
,
Birthday
Daub over
P.s. II fn 1C rerouted 13,000 deaths In ser. Peach had five teams In the placed Mrs. P. Mulligan E.
PiM 20 P... NT \\ York fitwatihf. mtenth as CII ibhl'an manager Joel viitenths In the Spa Ish. playand all of them were Sauerwlne second at 169-1/2)'

Phyllis, after partner's take puts Flora thi Flowl'r-pil'kln' I'i'km through her pace, on cam- American War txtalnd 11,000. good players. It may be remarked The Mark ScofUlds third 159j
out double, Is forced to respond; listen inn audience in eut'jw of :J'j! million jounjrsters. Itirth- UorlJVar I doaths In ser. they must .ett/oy/ tbegaitios John Watch -Mrj.PensTurn-

.quit correctly comes up with her the bluest, non-nrtwnrk children's show in the nation Fol 409.000 vice were deaths 131,000 In andthere service ere In here to travel 80 to 90 er fourth, 142.6 The McMur-

TOday show, Tnpp's ono hour show cover metropolitan New World War D. miles-and although their attendance rye almost Inched up the grade
; Jersey, IVnimU\ania and southern New England. tourist toward fourth
prime The K"reanC'lIIfill"t saw 54,000 was above average because winning position
ToastmastersOut for Florida The show format is a birthday party, given for deaths In service, last I Friday was Master but failed bv -6 name at U2.
B c'losen' from the liati-nmjs audience each day The ducks have Total deaths in all America's Point night, It Is seldom that Mrs. C. Tooke ; Mrs.RE: .

To Boost to do another lut'I appearance! on the show' before returning wars were 1189000. we do not have! several! teams West were breathing down their
Mate than 368,000 widows and from that area necks with 140-1/5 In sixth,
children t 'from serrleecomeo'IeA caueee who has 1-l/U:! and the
MembershipToastma&ter's'ciub Just returned Brace
106 GraduatesWin Auxiliary Card are receiving coni|" 'nsaiIon pa>. from a month's trip to Mexico boynton Stuart Kosters 132-
ments from \rters4is AJinliu
of Naples Party June 17thThe h'lrlllhlll.| capably directed and with 1/2 In eighth rounding' out the
announces that Its summer pro. ) one minor exception found the above-average scores
gram commencing with the meet. *'..Tt t, if the DiplomasAt Naples Community lint scorrkreplng In good order. Flrst-tlnie guests were Mr,
Ing of June 9th, will be primarily star will hold pital Auxiliary plane Its first That particular incident was slid Mrs. E. run Close of
concerned with bringing Its 8o'clock summer card party for 1 12 II.KIWt'dIlE'lidaf. /\ Lt. Gerard rather in fort Myers (!leach. tDonn
at Barry amusing!! one respret.It .
June 17r al the Tie co,
roster to full strength.Toastmaster's the Masonic Naples High dill Involved one North South let the big crowds expected
Club Is a nonprofit Ridge Mrs. Party) Tub.. will Back At Quonset} team scoring a board for the for the Shrine Ceremonial
organization devoted tothe The 1Nit3; goers enjoy t
: -f4 school) term In
Improvement of its members In ; Is worthy ma luncheon ,if choke from the rub Navi Lli'iili-iirtiit Gerard K. wrow. East-Vveat team,, making next Friday alarm you.
Collier Com i\ calf to a close
the field of expression and communication : Jenkins.the last menu and may call now for reservratlns.atlns. Dair\\ sun uf Ml'. and Mrs .;,1. the score sheet of the tatter Those attending It will be too 4
In their personal night as 1 \H :sci iors at Phone Mrs Richard ward t:: Harry of :211 First ave., team look slightly ludicrous! preoccupied with other plea.
business and public lives. The t Naples ienioi 'High: school received Plttman, Mltway 2.8121 N Napbus| ren nll> rrtiirmhl llo \t the hour was getting late surfs to worry about us bridge'eithntslsats. '
methods used are those of mutual diploma In commencement I There will lie a 'l ,00 dnmitl the Naval Air Station, UunniwtPiiliit and! It was obvious any teams $0'" st the Wo-
clrticlsin: and Instruction by the oereuionles held at the 'per person and those allendlng H.I. Vlllh llclli"nler Anll. Involved did not have scores msn's Club at 130 pjn. on
members themselves. school. The Baccalaureate Sermon ire asked to 1 bi Ing cards, 8marln. Stimwlron MINI ('om.plHIng which would effect standby.; of June. 1&.

A year's active membership Ito.'r was heard ounday; evening anll.mdanarle warfare the major winners, Vic oVcl-'

Toastmaster's Club has the same 67 Pounds Graduation ceremonies for training nH riilliins) alMiard the dod to locate and correct the Airman
educational potential as college the other high schools In the Cruise ClubbersKnjoy ann.iulHiiarlitp warfare aircraft error the next morning. It PaquetteAt
course In public Breaking or as I /\ Ns- county were held earlier last carrier liHR: (:..... so "bothered Vic and also Flo England AFBALFXANUK1A
an expensive commercial course weighing week. :'J l Days Of TNt' )' sqiiHiInn\ In a unit of an that
; ermywltt they were up at
In self Improvement club pnkes. while fish- The ceremonies held last aiill-wilniurliH. "Hunler'Klller" U Airman
MO '.111. Saturday morning Third Class Daniel J.
contend Paquette
men Neces night were opened with the 1'roossstonal Shelling, FishingThe group roiiiMiMt.t| lit .ur-tJre. ml.
Toastmasters Club of Naples: the Florida "G rand March." The surface and I air touts di Mgiimtto By S30 all scores" had) .been Jr., sun uf Mrs. sand Paquetteof
will welcome any prospective Naples Cruise Club returned find and destroy enemy sulr thoroughly checked the error (it. I Ji:\1.1"l n, has arrived
members at any of Its regular entered In Rev. Harland D. Fagw gave Monday from a three- marlnea corrected and the final tahu- for duly with a Tactical Atr
meetings which are hell at C.30 Tour the Invocation. day boat-a-cade I laden prepared Command (TACJ) unit at England
to on
p.m the second and fourth Tuesday ; ( division The valedictory address wasgiven : My- The I AFP, La.Airman.
CARD m ; I'I.YINonh&ttth
1MANKJMe
E ors Peach, :ianlhrl and
Cap-
of each month at the Elks 3 opened April by Christine Catnpesu. The IxxilsGra- ra'l,.. t., an aircraftpmHMlrnulli
Club. h December tlva Islands which Included: a would like In extend ourAogwusl repairman, recentlyrtmplole'I
Further information regardingthe Stanley ftoymon and L'Uenvhlt- shelling sxj dltloii as well as hunks, to Ilio many won.derful hams captured) s master point | | l technical training at
Toastma ter's Club of Naples :slit shared honors ss salutatorians a tarpon hunt.Headujiirters. frlwiili, weal m.IgMiora\ tor' and avoltlnd any feeling of lugubrlousness Chsmile AH, Ul. ills new unit
will be supplied by anyone of the their warm exireHMl| following regular members: !' (Head The for the party dulenie during our trying lime. ( store of 183-1/2 against an flrepiiwer. and iilher
Max Weston Cliff \Vervel, high school chorus under was Sandeastle Mind at I ron Special| iiipi Klallin! goes to ttio: of 14J for the 28 hoards air 1I11'I1frt l tinh.manwo Vf.) Army
George Vega, Ted Thorward the dlivttkm of Miss PoUy Myers Peeeh.' A smorfMbord Rev John Ftumn fur his uwtor. play Incidentally this was foc"1

Bruce Mutnm, Gat* Luff, John I JenMns sang a number of MI'rliwlpal was served Saturday night at standing I ant, kind roleretirn.| : their third) top this year plea tUch SchmJ .
Leavitt John Johnson, Earl Hod. !! () NOi. .... the 0U feme tan. .''Our of ,tie iymi>Hthy <4il""iil_wni ges, Ed. Daugherty, Vince Con. t Ml') The E.w. Woodruff the feenres of the dnwdsyboat .*,, we hardly kiww-ls a suurrvof had a very good score of father l is Dun Paqin>4le il Co.
boy, Marvin CE'dl. Ted Below tinlituned presented the class to County -.- ada was an exhibition t7wia4atliw. ami I ttrength. we 167 Him the George imljismanifesting iHinul drove. N.i|,les.MI .
Stanley Terry Harry Nell, Jne I (profeseor ol Suptrtnandent WJD. Reynolds by th* Fort Myers Tarponenes ......In.4 fort*. their" sorrow that
Santa, A.P. Ayers.LesUiitaker 1 iinult Judge who awarded the diplomas MHO. hihilin. fmm "sinew" manu
s of Mr ami .. they failed to add S half
Coleman Boyd t !>UII' top level The benediction group teen-age Mrs. H ll ) Irhult point helirvvd to hen ("olv.d tn
of ( ...... was by Rev girls In the pool of the bano- Mr. and Mrs DoaiuigihciIlKtq4 to their IrWHA'! for at least Alma, *.. Uwm5,750,000
: I Herald D. Fague and the toe castle. (' eel MrA. ('.rll Lamb S tto.\ A I lorl Myers tflllll, W.I" '1'"
seniors completed high school
Anne Hedden ; 1 iiairmm' of Commodore Nil Drumhel- u __
career inarching (irons the au-
I "I i Colltrul
,
To Receive BS Dii l l ind rerun) dttorlum with the recessional ler, who, had has charge announced of arrangements that .C. . . . eeeoev r
| music "Pomp and -
I i i I* set at .
the Cruise Club Is .
Degree Sunday ( i :stance" played by George A. planning a
I. 1 It he be given Bool"r, organist. cruise to Jamaica In the fill
STATESnOBO, Ga Anne at la / ) \ |resident's Miniature diplomas were Members who have Information : Reserve Space Now!

Sharon Hedden of Naples will top presented to the seniors, compliments helpful In making plans
Taduate during the 36 th annual ..," Is dean of of the Bank of Naples. (lor the trip are asked. to contact .
spring commencement exercised ph and develop ldwr Commodore Drum-
of Georgia Southern College on s ol Flor Keller vfcwxominodore" 1MbI eS .

Sunday in McCroan June 7, at 3:30 p.m., ,,.... I of law I tactty. or Alma Hotnroe. se
auditorium Speakerfor I" Croaks was $8,000 Racing cretin IN THE TWO .
this occasion will be the mil ic
Honorable S. Ernest' Vandlver ( MailedTo Club members taking
'''"lIlhl!' Checks part .
former governor of Georgia.; ,... in I 15415.! In he holiday boa...... Included 0e
Speaker fur the II a.m. Bacca .>. n), <, (,..I i :Ian 67 Counties the foilowlngi" Commodore .
laureate Convocation that same i /\ in,,1 I moved and Mrs.DruinhIlerfv
day will be the Reverend Edward TU.I.AHASSFhP) |Hare |
H. Carruth pastor of the Porter I t rai k tax fund <'/he<'ks for $8,000et. Htoeltyi. Mr, and Mrs Charles : WELCOMENOBLES
I I ... $ and. Marshall -
field Memorial Church of Albany. Mipointed ,, malted to each of the 87OIUItle. ohurtt Mr. Mrs. I Ie
(Ga.). I ul Cinull ,' ., Aete Comptroller Hav Austlni Mr.lad Mrs.Herb

Miss Hedrtwi will receivethe I unit has two I E. Green seld Wanda). Rethreeki_ Broesani Mr. .
Bachelor of Science In Edu. at Green said the pay merit H for and Mrs Ed Anderson Mr,and
cation degree, the filial teir. set a r,,< oM. TliciCliiirt Vlr. George hampioiii Mr.
'11\ II' '' re' ..lv..1 Mix PI, h ?mlII and, Mf, ., I I lo.d I cJirwl: Mr. :
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request to mint mort silver I .
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dollirs ass turned down by Con I .

greet because tinting mint t '. .
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facilities f,,' : '
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THE NIGHT WAS HOT and the <-'lf't"f'l': i ''' ''' 'q: .nplaints ska MevLrmr pots dee eed lo reveeJarcwstely ,
ti' I ; r practices\ : to ItM.JM .
the Peter Pan Dn :- as ; : eMefe eaedMelsew.
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Last Of Baseball's Price To Start

Boyers iB5 Prep School For

a i II ;
40 Thoroughbreds

Working Out With CardinalsKANSAS ,1 ', )HKP) J'bl I Ikl M

lithe, nell"i ii .
'I' i Ilg the linns i II ]
CITY ((AP) Len Most t baseball pcupli| li I J>
Boyer, the seventh and list of Len will sign with eltl!,,r>) t'.e I ,I'I t i prep..Ii'I| I II ,. ,,. :' SPO'RTS
,'I" I imself av Iii.I .
baseball's Buyer brothers' says Yanks or Cardinal but L'!

"I think I can make the majors himself Isn't talking ,
it, i n I fur one tell will
in two or three )ears, then go "Clete wants me tn gc t I" '. i I. nth, each class lim . . . . . . . . .
to college In the winter" legs first," Len said, "I 1,in i
The blond 18.year.old Infield. want to play' pro ball fir t .,t.' I .. .rb+ I tl ,"ughbr.d,' 1'\1'.11
el graduated from Alba, Mo., Len worked out at third I Sri t, 1 .' ilreadv have I\I"II 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday June Z, 1984
High School May 12. Since then, with the Orioles Mondn utr'r' :"n i the first lass,
i'i','>tt to Price S 120:!
with the at with the Y inkuc
worked out shortstop
he has
it,e hale, 0'i III 1 ll1l1tl"l1 i 10 mike
n'i .it 01'.11,1. fit.. prummr101.0| "' I the sixjrt of kinps
Cardinals In St. Louis and with Friday and Saturda)'. .. ,
as tiainer end owner of (jm a thorough stud I '.1 then weal)
I.
the A's, New York Yankees and "1 feel better at shortstop,
Baltimore Oriole In Kansas Len said.Un ,it"I I icuse leaves out Back, the 1961 3.year.old'ham.pion I In PS unl I muun"r nlmenti ton I
$ iv with often I be' 0"1 In the time
'I will know who retired earnings me
Is C.fuot.2 17' ,, ""I r VUIPI evib
City, hoping to ret a pro con 1".1'and / '
,, of 1,241,164.. the go t hl the eirlmg': silo,
tract. moves like the Boyer I br"i :th.ers. "I 1 1'1''' '. 0111 him there Is to
'Breeders often do not hate srtd t I I'n m< t'.
lOt Pri,' who |I
c e gamed
"
Sixteen major league scouts He also |ila>ed basket! ill, i ,
watched him In a recent high the only other sport avallabli. it

school game Ken Buyer of St. Alba, enrollment 16 student!..
Louis is regarded as one of the He was the team's top score

game's: top third basemen. He'sa and rebounder.
.300 hitter with power, an Alba Is In southwest Missourinear
outstanding fielder with a great Joplin In the Ozark coun.


arm.Clete Buyer Is considered try.The consensus of the scouts .7'". .CJI.--.L-::--;: & r "'_'7r'.o\ .' ; .W"..anu'I ''i! .cR lI'.iC.1 \
Ken's fielding equal at the samep attempting to sign" the youngest -
suit'n with the Yankees Is a Boyer' Is that he'll make the CAUGHT IN LESS THAN AN HOUR were these eight snook by Mr and t\t\

2" 0 hitter but hits long ball ands majors If he can hit. Mrs. Clifford M I Gowiniw of Harmony Shores The big catch weighed 91'i \\

( danernus In the clutch. He has lute arm, the speed pounds and was landed on an incoming tide in Gordon Pass shortly before

and fielding range needed for noon Friday. The GowdiKS. now yea round residents of Naples were l1

the big leagues. His high school fishing in their own boat ( NEWS photo)
batting average this spring was J'aCoe
Abbott Ousts .320. ;

The first four Boyer boa

signed with the Cardinals. Clod Vance Cops
Roberts In was the first to reach the Baseball

majors In 1949 as a fltcher. *

City TourneyThe pitching lie's now tutor the for minor the Yankees.league Roundup Low Net AtBig

Wayne was next, then Ken and
annual City Championship Lynn now a high school coachat ? THE AJSOCUTKD PBU8D ,, gtir at rL
Coif Tournament underway at the Walker Mo.
Beach Club has reached (the semi The Yankees gut No S, Clete, > MIKE \THrT The Fled Sox, however, lost
final rounds In both the eharnJlon., In a trade after he signed lththe Associated Press Sport" Writer outfielder Carl Vast:'zemski, CypressDick ,'t Of
"[Jon't Fence Me In never USE1tS
the AL s leading hitter last
ship and first flight bracketsIn A's, then signed Don, now a
the championship. flight T. third baseman for the New York wan Leon Wagner theme rear, for a day or two at least Vance continued hL do- f01t NeVIS

Abbott and F. Yates are pairedin dub song. when he spiked himself In the mination -. ten's
farm at Shelby, N.C. Dig Cyprf+ 1k County
When the slugging outfielder left ankle In the first \
bracket and J. Fyke Inning. (o\\iet\
the upper Len said all six before him golf events by "Sinning the low
was traded by the Los Angeles The cut required stitches,
Weeks In the lower
meets T.
signed at the age of 18. L'nnallll net honors for annual', 111.111. SS\f\i
the Cleveland Indians .
Angels to Dirk hall's one hit relief over
Bracket, winners of these two Wiyne later attended col. bers In the
he said bluntlyi"instead the final! 323 Innings prullrvpdBunkpr' MemortallJaytour. CU
matches will meet In HIP flnils *
IrRe I
; -I
for the city championship of trading me they Jlf'rtt'C'rl'rord.. Bunker nal1 nt. t S *

Falling by the wayside In the should have pulled the fences In was tagged for a two.run Ills 38-35 gross score fea- *
second round waft Dick Hot*'its, Sammy Baugh und doubled m>' .lIh.r)'." homer t b) Wayne Cause) In the turing birdies on nuinbei >, ((1 land *

the defending champion. T. ,\l. The Angel, however! wereunable third! and chased, In the sixth 16, gave him a net .-'>.

bolt ousted the ehun"loll 2.up.. to accommodate Wag His name will be the fli ;t c n-
Abbott Is u former champion, Named Oilers'Head her The Indians ma)' have to te red on the Memorial) ..aqiie -

winning (the honor In I I9G2 -In the salary' department at F donated by Marry oui: I,

Yales won u spot III the semi Mentor least. 0 Jig Cypress incuiter d I.:.J
finals by eliminating II. Dixon, Wagner proved his point Grecnsburg Pa.
0-ri!;. Fke won over R. Abbott again Monday night. leadingCleveland (: State r flnLhed
semifinal IIOUSTOV (fAP) Sammy to a 3,0 vl< tor>' overthe George baler rs*
2.up. to Kiln a spot
DiiiRli pleased when turned American League Il'ulInlChl..uro / d cond In the tournainc wit1) an
and Weeks ousted R. Kerr 3. 1 league
assistant ( Oiih of line Houston White Sox, collecting 81-12-69 tally

up.In the first night, the .ernl. Olleis Just two weeks ago, has homer No. It und a single ate 1 Br THE In the Natlonalc.i olf aye; i* CHECK

fin'1 pilrlngN are I. Stevens vs .m even I letter Job tocln -that storing two runs In support ol ASSOCIATED PRE88 petition, long hitting Cab :)ea- \ y

A. llackett UIK! C. Filer VK \V.tckard of head coach of the American Jack Kralkk four.hit pitching< son fired a sizzling !-1-;' ( ,.
Stevens leulud, the Football league! team. Wagner hit only two homersut 1 Die St. Petersburg Angels HU steady round Included 11 I THESE

j seinl.fiial! round by cti'(e.itlng W. Frmk (Pop) Iv) was fired home list year In the wide edged, the Orlando Twins 3.1 I pars and his net 62: figures( to

"Wa twill, 7 nncl 0. llic kilt Monili as held roach and' gen open| spates of Los Angeles' Monday to hold a one game lead be one of the lowc.t score LOW I
eril manager und Immediately Dodger Stadium, while hummer in the Florida State League.
ousted Di. Dill Hilloj, 3 all.I/ I; recorded In this natlcn-wlde NEW
.
filer beat t). 1.Ifei'clink Uup after replaced, by' tuugli, who Ivy lug 24 on the road. Hut the Angels Lean Crow tripled to drive: In competition
hid. hired as his offensive as decided to leave the fllnl'e.whlll'lP .: two runs and stole home for an (
20 holes; and 11; k:ird ( llmln.ited HIM.till. they were and tradedWagner 1 I other to account for the Angels'markers. Jack Mcklaus ard fullu

L Cl'lines 2-Itp. Ivy win shocked to learn lor pitcher Barry List Hal Caldwell drove In Boros played In Calio:5) : ; ::,, RATES

The wml-flml rounds are to hu when he '1'IIOI'tl"COl'\ work that man and first baseman JOlt Ad. Orlando's single run with a one. Ohio, to set the target acre:

completed by Sinul.ly, June 7.Yesterday's I).nigh, the former National cook base hit In the first inning for the 13th annual atlcral 'i

I/eigue Passing| great had sue Now Wagner making a solid 1 I Second place Lakeland handed Golf Day held last an:: d.y.Mrklaus V i Effective April I, J964UOCALRATES'

....ek', him with a one.year ('011. cane for a fillY raise. the toil Lauderdale, tan !' won the eve :: with : e e e.I .
ti .ut.Speculation. Ills latent hot htr.ak-II Mil i I keel their seventh straight loss 67. :

had existed for In 18 at huts, Including hoineriIn i i 11.3 with a 17.hit bombardment .
Amateur golfer* 100': aid I
months that Ivy', who couched the last three games hat i The Tigers scored heavily In the k : or 2 InttrtioniUn.
$1 each to tin th
participate ?
Stars
the Oiler to troth their lent! and hoosted his batting average tc I fifth and ninth Innings. Center. Un. 25 ,
.300 and his .batted In total! National Day Golf ft :tlvlt! 3 er 4 Conncutlv
worst se.ISOIIH, would !* re runs flclkr Dill Voss blasted three II
Dy Till: ASBOCUTfl PRESS; 111<.ed.But, to a league leading 40. At thlistage i singles and a double In five needed a score to n! ,latch :Ic :claws I- 'naerllona' per Ilne ,ito .
PITCHING J.I'' k knll., Oilman Aduns seemed cif the season, he's almost: times at.t't.f In order to receive ccr' 5 Cenaeeuhve 1'neerhena

Inch,nix. brought Ills leioid, to leluitinl to mike the change. half wan to his 1963 figures ol Sarasota bout Daytona [Beach tlftcatea from the i* t1: at .. po Ilne Ids
5.1 It) stopping the Am"I'.III' 36 homers and 90 RBI. 4.1 1 "Beat the Chai 20 Cenaeeuuv.
With the still of trulnlnr camp alter getting off to a three they !p. .
J.e.lCull.I..lllllljt Chi .itUnte( less that two months. awa', it Host on's Dick Stuart, meanwhile run start In the first inning Daytona Other low scores at Cij; t,1. 'hoer/Ion a, per Ilne 12e
box! un font hits, 3.0.HATTINGbent .ipl ',iieil) tv)' h.1I11I.llht..d. continued his homer Bench' scored Its only run press Saturday Included t' :30)) .

I Wagner In the htoi'in. huiiimerlng, hitting his seventhIn i In the fourth. Winning Pitcher Jack Winters 76-8-,1/1: ; a';: eeeeeee..e. . et1

dlatiH, hit Ills Ills lintel I .ind It w,is I tan i leaitlon that the last nine games, a two. Bob Gordon gave up six hits to rence Brosscrt's I net' '.
.1 kliifcle S'OI ins tllll i i mis inClevel run shot In the eighth the
i uis 'il\ him to tepliiv IvVI \ Inning: : Islanders.
In the men's be n-t aU-I-
.uul s vi\' 1"1'1. .i ms ,...Id. that gave the Red Sox a 4 3 victOr The Miami Marlins needed 11
pairs competition auoday, )lc't:
) over the Angels Innings to get past Tampa 7,8. ,
.... .. Roberts and Jack Winter tic i
'- d-" "" In the other' AL games siheduled The winning run came with Uo
:.' Hull)' Bunker posted his out In the 11th as cenUrfleldern Tom and Rob Abbon I with Uu i-

..( ., sixth victor without a lose as -\, .t. OMasso ran out an Infield tlcal score of 33-'l: -(4.( >.
"' e J!'' t; naltlmoie whipped! Kansas Oil single then scored on a 400.foot berts and Tom Ahh,m Ird thcli

A' k 84 and IHik Mlgmin! pitched ,double b) outfielder Frnlearo. teams with H. t'- : ,',.

: r M Minnesota to a 21 I victory' b\ shuk
( "i' y, t"\i clicking the New \'ork.Ink Yaroshuk homered In the filth

% : ': t' sea on five hits.Tln with nobody on.
\ : .; Favor NicklausTo
P > out National League Tbdu\ schedule places Du\
,'
1 ls.s: a ".;: t"r: game Iwduled Los Angeles tons Beach at Sarasota, Orlando!
....
,,". '\ : \ ."\ :it 1'111.\111..01.. rained out.Wagnwr at 8t, Petersburg, Tampa at Win PGAChampionship
: proved Kialli with Miami and Lakeland at Fort
the onh run lie needed blilt Lauderdale.

) tf ling his homer nil Juan Puarro
In the Icwtitli. Ttie Indians stored \v. L. Pit O.B.

their other tuns in the sixth on W.Petersburg 28 I" .622 -
Larry Brown two run single Lakeland 27 18 .600 I (OLl'MR0111" i iP, -

Krallc, bringing his record Ft. Lawfctrdale: 2'! 19 M8 2'-' Jack Mc'kliur| ilesstunalgolfs a

A Ali '> 4; to :31 I its in serious trouble Daytona Bch. 3-1 20 .543 31: leading, in one) winner
has all but cemented the favor.lie's .
INIV|' in the seventh when the Ssnaota 23 20 .539 4
an e, 4 's. White Sox I evicted. the t lusi'H Ith Tampa 21 UIn 7 role for the PGA's 46th

two rntt But lie lot Gent MeNeitnet Miami 17 28 .378 11 championship tournament herenext

batting; for Pliairo to Orlando 12 31 .27 IS month.
The 24-year.old hometown Idol
line out and end the lineal.pua.no Monday Results
'!' now .is 1.:i.iiKels !. SaiMota 4 Daytona Beach 1 tested the Columbus Country

.\ starter Bin' iJlnun, Lakeland Ii.{ Fort Lauderdale IWI.I"'I Club course with Impressive re.

who hiitnt. CIUMI! up 'I "Mined 7, Tampa 4R. suits Monday beating Julius
i lillI, Il',13 I .' 1I.lIuIIII! ,'I Ifththin < I. Petersburg 3, Orlando I Boron b)' four strokes In a
T ,I untied the un' \ Red 1'tae1d.i\ .s Games "Round of Champions, matrh. r

: 4 si\ luueii, Then. FenMliilll: rxntont Beth h at Sarasota Defending PGA king Mrklaus 1
I I'i I U ,it ,'i H ""I I ii'' 'M I -,, ei'i.\ I Oi, 11111 t'\ it M. Peteiahurgr toured the 8.1I'1.ard par 34.36
SQ -;, I" ''t'' 01"" '.i 'it Mum -70 layout In fine fashion witha

I.. ,'II. I. I K,'I 11..1. ,it I t I i iler't.Ila' 1 94.33-47, Boros, the National
Open champion, Has; 'lIIl''er<
\llh a 36.3'-71 11 (

p Baseball Standings :\ukliu, says It prnbat will t ,

t rice i -" dial t, to win the Jul) tCjFaSe" a': '
I t.n r' eats :
,ar
JI }Hit 1\1011." i despite lomne b) ls4q t:
F' '
r 'ail\i Mr'*e<. said h* thought a
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r I "J .a'i J"3 could take the tour.
.VE4.StBl.L Teieph,,:o I ;
non If the weather Is (0111.
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.Los \njile AngtU catcher Tom 'This tours tslnftnvshaiw\ ,"
TWIST
B.\ all: I I 1'I"\ I Iv
the first base Baroa told newsmen" after the
he reaches over
and turns as
Satrlano twists \ 't 1 I' 'I I Ilil I
Fill' : j '
off the bat of Sox rd: Hres wall to grab a high foul fly .. l l 6I'r'lt t t i1tF
I 'n :1 I ,:'l'l'I. a
Park. ; : i ; with ml putting I haven't been C *
rtluy:i do' 1oJt Jae
Doston
during a game at I. tn''h..1. \ .J .4'. ; G "''it 18 4 .4: 9'' : well this \er." *
ll,,, III '.. d' w ..hln.....'" 129 .3M Ill' putting. J \o ate ittQtt
I ; HM pro stars were due line i, 1 to d *
11.11'111' 11 2$ i'w j ji -.1 t 13 I' .837 IS" : tc *
Mt tics target score l lur the 1 MhaMMl Y '
NAPLES \ \ elk 14 3::: '.1'j\ v .'b'1 10 30 341 III1"11,1.11' jM National Gull Da\ I.I' .
FLY 4 Mwdit's Ree.ln' I Results las /aturday.

.. MIAMI Li>.. Viitt-len al Tut-i l I"1 .tUiHt J, Chicago' 0
rain; 11..Jio""I" 8, Kansas: City 4 Amateur golfer. wh i i "I I 'I I t{

Onlv gain', s> hedui I Mi" lusotj :, New Yak IB tart to play un :Naticore ?i .u: u I:

Schedule tae's Oam.,' ">I'HI I II., L. s .Vnftlts I D.3 needed a "", r.l.n,1. r., .' !
New Year Hound Daily SI. LKUIH al ChicagoHiHinton tills games scheduled! with nandi> "I'| ?. e,

ate' York N fwrortte courses tl'' eu 'n'

Naples To Miami Ctnilnnall A Milwaukee. N Toil in". tames eyes trow the PC,* mi .1. 22Lsk

7.45AM 11 30 A.M. 345PM. ban Franc'inro at Pittsburgh 11..1..1 at tae I Angeles) X tics t ".... the. champ" 0-

N Palttmor" .t KMMMS Ctt), It
The moss) they 111"1 II ,
Miami To Naples inn \nivl H al 'hll.\.II'hl'l l '' \-'"' i ,'ik u MlMMsotajCA ales* with Mondatroai \ ', > 'I,;s. \
500 P M N ,si 11111\1', "I "Irott. K r For
9:0 A.M. 215PM. IN* !HeWaii"&'i ifM ,a I .
: Wedt..Ida0..""' '. .' Cleveias* K
to the PG\ for dasintuu I t I 1,
Connwtloiu and R' rvstlo"s le say point la the world St'. Louis at Chics. tint ..ds. Oamrsi to vart<..' ,'ros ts a'l, i i1st ,I a. C (A'S'
lluuMtim New \ortlliulnnatt
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SiFtED
AIRLINES S 5' Los Angeles, S twi.night .
NAPLES :at 1Ifthr.__, 1
<*\\I..r. estimated 'r i "t
Coneearw 3 Miami! AirportNsoUi V 'n b f \11.\\\ M PlII"urtTI"I l hilt ,. '
nnt"'"' it ttti'v.ilttN' | : pall 4 head t .i 't I Itl DEPARTMENT
Airport ? F. 45511Clty'Tlcket v \ ,IK .I I'i' '"'' OJ. N 1 'ii'i \ikl, 1 ..
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T".d.,. Jun Z, 1961 TOM-IER cotTY NEW3 7



Store LicenseApplicutions Faircloth Asks


Dismissal Of


Kynes' Lawsuit
I
TO BUY II
I T.\LL\If.\bSH. ( 1P1 ,

In The Mail (jinlnth <>l Mi.mil \II I '

tin IoIB..rall. noun.ilinno ,II"'I
I Mil I I \IISM1ppln I .Hlon.stin
> gulll'r.I.III'I, I I .
I I, inniiU Kp|.iilurS Store
mis.Ml of AttG,MKynes' I ,
1 "n ,'n-,' fur I964.6r hive been
suit chalk'Ill' ,i- II "' IJ ,
"n' uliil ,"ui to more IbIS 80,000i
primary election ret III' i"
0' i ,IIM Strauctandlrectur
x, J. Ed
,
Kyne lout by [eu' I I I
'_ I IN' H or Ida Revenue Coin.H .
.0 O' v<4e. In final roti.ni, I
I % 1 in, sild .today.u .
lootIng the reeult In' IIII'\ 1 ,r.

I ., iiietin point mt that the refUlarltl at the p,,hcou '
I ',' letfal attire Inc eaued the
MIdua22107 $ : 5 title*..
1 penalty to
IlIltuetlI' fa.50 1-jJrclnth a"I'llll'| '" '

i 'iu.uter or traction theretit,
Judge Hugh M. T ..11"1 l i ito
,III, i ,tot the due dele fur July 1. ,
dismiss the 'Mill I I"I I 'I
"I'' I' N-K'iimltiK of the RICa year.
contended he *a'. lui, I_
i 'ic ixMulh prevIously was
noted and th.' 0,4)1111)" "
II, out month after tot
|IT'll' per
atoll would I I'' 01111 III'. I II"I I.
,t 11\ iitt-r tEst due date which
lion r'turns.
1 -AonouncemenhPIAZA 2311Per SeteCuttom 4-HeNt.s For Rent l.I" > pt lemIwr 1. There I I. no The Demi elIOt n i" ,

I: ., ,' period under the amended

BEAtTY S \LO.NIWt 12 pc Rattan tat ,n I bdtm' Noi0. ".tttIt,' i i I. virtually an root "i i iHmldjN I.,

eluding double cha,. o"d la foot, 1 I'" attt :1' m .1 i .111111 i iTheie '',. .
E Tamiam, Tra.l III.a' explained that a "seatil
,
.
blot oyaIcha.y ; )1
Midway' Z 723BoatsMotors occa. 0 u In n '''$"1'11'' i '
bI 000tcu IC Suitable lor 'ota.Floyd. "'" More" would not SOCOISFIIIIIqIIItlt
November aril idli 1," I II I 1 ,I.
I
toont ", .d. to y'dt'I' 50-Room For Rent until alter the dalei i I"
Acc.s. MaIa, yaw 'o"d"o"Sto <4.
00 Ml I : H "i 'I] M i ii- ix'nliig, and that 1\ "newt
Nsa. South a T..,.. KyneH, rI'r I I'M ""I'' _
t"11-- must apply for a license
BOAT BROKERAGE La'o too'", p' .1. ball ItIt abbot to UtJY. I tin I ,
24-Mict. FOt' Rent nc. Woo 0' yoatl' a N ('El.M IK the date of opening.
LISTINGS URGENTLY 25425 SO" a. .IIt S P1,4 Nt wan i|<)tiiiitml| ill "i" i' I I JJ

Bob Martin NEE -ED'Ml' 1 J7S LOFTY plo. too from to.I 'I 5 JJ1.Jt run: Ml I IIM rl..pl".1( | b\ falling debri* this firo crtijr.f 'I =; d, -tr,\\ ed in a C'ltlitoiuli \\ I I\ h I. ""I I II ', ,,'" ,II', ," ,'1,1 1 'IIII b'he' triivotniT in i in ,"" ,
the ".u'O' f.'imiTtt I .
claanad \ i I I.Irt
unk S"'h Chr t Cr 4/1 II Last'. Rot .c "'PU" 55-Store. Office '1\1'| | .1 I siiijit| niilo lOt! .toikA.itiN ,ui 01 I |I'' i [ .l', ,1\ N t Oil j I V." I ""I ,, 1.1 'I I' "f. t I loll,.

01 tl Naplt' Fi rn't""r'"f ,. m I liu milluiif. nl t doUaf.
?19 ft Crotbx bo.! II MP III __ ._
MOlo, N.. .. &t 0 No' "0., '00 '
Hotitt. p.tIkati n. .
apt 14So : ", 0"' N" ,'
... d .h ,akts C.II g PUBLIC NOTICE
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SI Walk .s 4 Si o I
MI 24751 altar 10 A M :33-Servitet Offered

.5tIA.. ,. .to Ml, 1 514557H.vi. 5 'HI "'UNTV HlDQE I COURT I II

'ZZ' Ch,.. C.ft k. Skiff h"d Root .p....d w,th ..iclitveBRITE 'I A"'P I'H IHLItR' COUNTYf County Realty For May Hits $4,643,537
top Shdsng .1.. *'indewiRRUNK WHITE Baa","I .. pro IOHIDAIN I
SMITH CHRIS CRAFT tacit and ...1. all -'.ott Frae +, For Sate 5 .H".Tl ..
MI 2 3731 /19)1 III ettimatat, Ml S.S, NAPLES Wt tiTATt OF -

ROOF CLEANING 1 PAINT TO,... ktdroom Kroanad lana, Gf ORGt B SHUMAN ( i* u'al ,' 'I i .urilr. ii 'ioii;.' I L. and !Uot.i !;,,,'k. \4'; \ubiev I *<.. I ih 10 Mini I.1 CM I'Sv I I. v .U I
20 Flirt runabout with., 100 hp I NO CO Sit 10136Av and lovaly 'luI.dOCa.tnS OOCIOS040th D....... Tile iloJ !, "
processing ,JH c m> I'll- 1 ol 1 I Hlk : I I'tilt I 3c'l' !
> 1.1111.-1 1,111011 he.
Interceptor and Eaton outdrivt a tturdy cyclona 0.... ara 01n l TO EDITORS C. and Joyiv I i .IlIiiIt!, Napk'ialot "

Built ,in Fibarglatt tankt bilgeLett among many f..I..,.. ol thit All ,,,1"0"" o' Ihr ..,.tc ol out I lie month ol \I.is stelicd$4aiIbo. 1 In- \Uxn lux: $ .'':... "iH,j Mni'''' .1 and ::1-> \, I 'nit l I. I ,'(','- J. ind I IC' iI.lh K.I..II i i "ll i
.nd tt,.nv olhor ..1'.. ... for Sete I kadroem hema Itt watarand .
pump on GEORGE e HUMAN drcM O*. Total lot Ills month
than 100 hourt runn'n ..... m Laka .Park Only irt harcb not,tiad, and radju rad I Ivyiiton' todeor)... l andix'' <. ,

lima, E H.II.n condition, K'SO Four "".., drove ..p ",vale II) MIl Tarm* availobla" Call. to Me,. .inv 01..ma or d.mndth wu $4,641,5't7. iII> i.l I. 1\ raft1 Naples" lot 7, / to Mm and I 1'1111 I Hamilton 51, I li .,. .\\.1. ti\ ilKanch (
Phone MI 2 4943 or Ml 22122 and ,eic.llent,,t < ond.t.on PtiMl oonar Ml 2 tUt baloro I Mr "ch Ihr, II uu.aua"\\\ md .'.t. oxlej of $1lJhXlorovcrwltll
2 M4 b.'o,. 10 a m a, M ,i 'hi iIOty' ol lh. al Hlk 1. Unit' : ?, The Moortifs' | J r., Lverglade; Lot H'. Inc.. to i ,.IVI.. i. > .1\

Butineu OppS. .f,.. S p m _...5/77.44:. PRIVATE, SALE foil,,. l > County Fluid*U"hJ.U'"irt values taken from tax stamp- $10,500) jMiee E. Miller to elk 4D, Eve rglwu. |2,\l101 Catherine. N. YAIo.'' ; I I"I .. i

1 19101 Thumlarb 'DHaidtou N a O*..., mutt NI) (BROKERS all. 05... budroo.n calendar him r M Naples months Florida Irom' tOts within data ti ol> oil recorded deeds Included the rhoiuas E, and Joan [U. Chey- Gulf Ainerlotn I.aiul Corp.. to ami. narcel Intge >ec I, '1" '.

KITCHEN UTOR .. CAIi'NE tt'd I".7 ,QISTRIS hhe'tc. '. moot" H P 000t'tdOLoatI air d.tOlt.' ng Low "I.P Cantrai' haal and Mona C Whlteeide
o"'p'.I.' Ion. 01 "'ado''" ." age Ml 24I04 altar i P M conditioning carpotmg throughout air riling and must .,.t. t". .placaol to Hubert Heights<< Repler. $17,900) BUrf' Wykpff \J.: Tracts Mind 60, Isw., to T. H. .111'! I iu-10'' ..
.b., ." '" .oulh.n Fla.d. '/?. II K and
randanta and Poll Oltict, ad Doris B. Crww Silver
ancapt 2 baeroami Com Cypress Golf and County CU, Unit 44 Golden Gate Estates Anderson Coral ( '. '.
I11L'1e10 noel
R.ply 1100 11 JI A 5 COli IfM JIp. C61 ff trot* of INs claimant ang mutt pa !
CD..n'v ...*. til1 7. 31.010 MILES. $ VSOOMI iim plotS.iiutxi...li.:(.lief inaiuems NIC, kCrMnte fueMaiand .worn tt by the claimant, .ng mvt lit....., Md.. Lou 1 tnrwjh lhIC H W William C. Md MaryC. $.'fOCi \HlllUm, R. DIto' In See T. T"'(p 51, in-e: I.

nome ana eulinaw, tor Nato "tu, porch pavad d .* toddaelawn worn 'oily tha claimant hit 7, BW1J, Tier 1, NaplM, Hughes Falls Church. Vs.. Harry E. and Martha I it. Pkk- .11OO1 Cslusa l Io.lIIclo I i'.
B oooeti. ,n 1051 01 home on Phona Ml 25105 altar gonl or hn ittornay 01 it will .
llawthornr
llf.SOOi .Stone
i.paats buId.og So.Ic. 10' S P M S/J1II bacoma void according to law I J.tJl 14, Mk :<, Ilig Cypress lord, Naples' pan I lao 14, Mlk oeor),e I 1111(1121Il.I I i,
caNit 0' Iata dn papoteot 40-Aulot Repairi Parts -- /., Jara rl.na Louit HlumanAdmin.i Corp.. to JosBfih and I 'at MelaV. ooll and
Club Estates
Boo I/I A 7 CoIla, County TII,.. badroom'lwo. bath. Con .t ro. ol the (stats olOtora Conniiy A.Gullford res, 'lllll\ll| Mango eel In jec 7, 1u1|< 01. '.

New. S/31.tf trally hoalad and thoppmg 0..... |U Naraehool .IMhbaral B Shuman, Oaca'tad Kivl Naplr part I Lot 4 $$6ldO Harold L'. Till Growers, lnrM to Anthony $4lI1O)| Ctlus I 1.1'0"' I I .,
May I I. It Ih Juno 7. IM4 and
LOOK I HERE tattoo I/),It -- -fit- all |.oti 5 and P, Mk II mail to Albert and Doris Preston and EII.anorConNnllno. Brooklyn darland T. and I ',. .it,I I.

TEXACO, INC. David C. Jones, Realtor NOTICE OF PUBLIC MiAKlNO 1 lor 7, Naples.lMOj Hubert Naples Lot I 14, Mk C, N.Y., I lots U and IP, hIlt Meredith. Hlchinond. \ 'i.. ''j'

lion For I..ultramodarn.., new unaar nation conilruc at Wi.nilering where to HO nl' Mh Ava >o Ml 73452jul public TIm public hearing tra will informed ka totS mat It t"o. I K adk to Uaraiwr! A. and Uidi I, Brooksldr 'WIIOOI( Al- .', Naples Manor I I.ake., $l,7W eel III :Me If, I'M I' i I.

Moormit Shopping Cantar Na With your mi. piublenii'7 Itl' You will lovo thit 2 Courthouta. East Napiot. Pit tt l Dorocn. UavU Naples. part .n tiraw to Milton G. .,hlVlrgtila Nitplui I'ark Shores, lie.. 10 3.1. $4IK)0 Jalusa I ,Ji, "I''i,, 1 ,i;..
Paid and bedroom turn homa 712 An II' M AM. Tuetday. June I IM4 Lot :30 all Lots :31 and 92.Ktk
plot,,nanCaIOSIStaflG.iOaIaStiCot training program Factory F n,th Pent Job ".'lOn Dr No Napln. noar 50 r Hi* purpot ol hoaririg any com E. Shanr. Milan, Ohio, Andrew and Penavt E. L JUk.AshtabuU 10 T.1) and Helm .1''i-i, "I.

..nlormat, on thil valu Wreck* Rebu now ,.. Gala School MI 1 JIM pit mil ,tt.as sos why the fallowing. 17. TIer 1 10, Seaboard I He-! I.ou I and I I-A, I'nlt' I I.Civo- Ohio, Lot 47, 1-aim oral Gables i'.1 iriri1H I I
,
attar I .PM ''?H thould. not b. ra ,onod ..
daxribad
.
abla Iranchita contact Den Atarnalhy T plat $::11 ,0001 Carl and Mar Creek
herein nut $6,700| Aubrey De- Hlver Shores $V,1)0) | 'Kussetl Twp Rt Kjjr '
Tanaco Inc .f* 0 Iot sod .I gomant Now 'h'.. bad room two kath : .
Bo. I Hi. ft My.... Phona ID Motor OyNnT't'anitttoiOtt Cantrai halt and air conditioning City, of Golden Oale Unit ). at ra lon DrllllJll"! to Michael I.uptok draw to L'dUiwi b, I r Nt'mln. 1.. Harris 10 llainareet. II..., caluaa stanch I ha, ., i I.. n',"I IIhtSIIIiItoot
corded in Plat' Book I .... IS*,
IUZZI .0 '. Moormgt, 114 7M I/I It Collier County Record Lota I lo ot al. Fan (.hlcago. Ind. Miami UM J anil 'J-\, I Cult Naples, part Lots 3 and 4, riant < 'ii I ", uc..'

; LukriCMionBrakM David C. Jones, Realtor 11 'Inc Block 14. all Lots 'In Hack.. I I.ot, 4. Mk S. I'nit '.', Aifia- 1 Coconut, C rt''k. ( ) "
TEXACO INC. PlIallVo' SmiHi Naples' Shores, $0, M. ID! 4 104
111 lilt Ava to Ml I 2 MM to oe r* toned from
laiKiliore $b () ,\ddlionMruwn
OI
For I.... h""|H polanlial 3 Bar Agriculture to C IA Commercial.' *, > $4,(t101) | CaNal I"lId|I, I uleniandoand \,

I Station now ,in oparation, ,in Pl.th 4 W.K .II Lott m Block II 1. Lots If to Itme ct at, to Caiolyn V,(.. COUNTY I Irnni in ,
Naplat Paid Trunmi, Pror.m, Don t look any further 58-lots For SaleWaEsrr001 Bleak, M Lots I to N .ott. I > I.
and Imancial, I otilaoc.iaa,1.bl. 1 Saa Block n t Loll I to II IK Block Llichllrld New York, V."I I "

For .oomatO'tcOntact l.oti M to ka re mimi from Agriculture 31 and pan Lot ::1:1.: hlk h I ,
,
Ma .lne..loDomlll&e DorbI In 1C 1
:Me Twp I. 1 'I'
Chevrolet '
Do" Ab.ttattiy Tecaco 'Inc Ingram Inc to R1A Retidontiel, Lots I lo Ifme .
10 0 Boo lISa Ft Myati.P500. V."d.II bad" r.I.,.. Block' 12 Lot. I I. II in* Cuttois Unr, I Ion loyal', t. >, Buy Goods In I rniia. 1 Hn 4wsier, M.. parcel $1,11001| CaltMa i anil, i ,.
I ED I .122 /llf UI NUt at N MI ; noNipiat lo I block I on'l PLot Block I) Lett II to 41 hlock is OOOj Ueldar and Ktnrl 'I 1 1 y ; .1 .i.itoWaltri
a > In MC 2\ Twp 4l' ttfe 27 10 Irvtn M. and \ndn-l I
Fie 1 Block J unit ? Lett 17 to 11 'me BkMk" H ,

IS iOO ,..h lot both 'loll CObb from Agriculture to R |A ,......*. 1 II. \\yeth I 'on I Union, $Ia000I( | FIrst ... .Kill.kltllle ion, et al, Mlnneajmlli I. ''I i ..
Cats Pet nr ...r U Don Holland 710171 huh all Lots in Blockt l> N ft ,
} 7-Dogt Mlcli. Lot .!:< l.oldBii; jhon 1,
: 44-Me4. Homes A ,OItO Tt.ats ,.flnd Flu M II 4 12 4 Block' III to ka ,.. ", U.S. On Credit Man, Inc., to Daniel end Iso- parcel In oec I IH, I 'I| I ,

,, d ". Ptotta 160 7114II toned from Agriculture to R I IA red $:O,2.t(MII| | rank N.l.ogaiiiol I PII'',0 hel O'Connor M. IWersburu SJ: 34,110(1( ],

..' MI .. \qS' .tl.. ", PM ,..,.., wth tub attain. cor' lot danllal' IWo 21 to II inc Block Id I D. and Alien M. I luytl W .\MIUNC.| IN M'! )AillH'il
'at b,26 It12Help .pftl tot rant or tala Neo, localiBH. e-oQawn1flut.TW T.iiiti 12 Lois 12 to JJ.", Block' SI, Call Wllll .I III'W (I.-S. t I 1,1t. 101110) parcel In Ac 'J=?, Twp 47, KgeU7. I I. ern Corp.. to I II In,,, i i, i I

Ml' X.4ISV-.ar: lilt! .."location IISM' VwnarPORT 54 a i*.. LaOs MI .tea in Blockt'tti Uz. (4 ier"iM it' M, '.J!.. Napka. J.of. 77, uoldeiiboorjpi |ilif, ('UIIIIIIILII Itt KOIII.IIIU| $;JlIIOI| IhMnfleld Furniture Helen. V. Goia "jill .i. J >Idlnd.
005511701 17lt
Wanted m III. is* 110 i III to k* r* I 1IDf. OQQO huircii to buy Uniqunnllllei ofAiMrlree COH kic., to JMIM II. .. jiaratl in Ser ">'. ". .Ii
ROVAL Lot ill Ql I toned Irom Agriculture t* "I I rat I A. hiiitln to Jack
and Flora Corner: :w I I'' I I
Pitt Itt'" "' ..ttgat' ...",.d 45-Trlil.rs For Rent lay> D. to P ", S.I. D' Ytada denlial' and Indwrtrbil qulpm mMIIA Wyendotir, figs lll.ioo; I.
Must HAVE EKPfH'fNrfNo w> ,i> a J ".,..... Z6Z0 Poso BOARD OF Dorothy W. Uwr.Jr. Na- probably in<'luilint two MM)., parcel III fee I.1, Twp Enterprises UIGM I"" < i illewny I'',.,

.t.. lo.I W" Cact DoIot T lulyt. 55 a wooS ,"h TV Road Oi. ,.n COlIn COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. pica. Lot ::, Mk A, (.oil [Drive bIg mirlear power planli. V Kge ''b 12.1200 Harold and Van" Vlack i .
|
,
..nq Ml ? ?aS6IV. 110 a .,... S p" s? a ..... Collier Ctwnty FlorietlltALI KstatM $21LIOOj! ( 'IIulsnMSei- .
Roc e.y5 T. lot Pat 59-Acreage | The Burharent fnvoriimcnl, Ethel 'Helinhaek" to Kalph and dale, parcel In .. .
( "" ,,1, ""th "" hold.." 10 Margaret T Scott Clark teri to Jaiites. and Kranoea
4ilIt4Ap4s. M. which has refei'toil) Nuviet tI onumlr ,
i
". ti I"h" ". ." it On By R W Beany Caraena i-eio, llallandalc, \ me" ",,' .."" ., '" ""..,, D'HArO..n.' ., flaW D.y Clark [)'"1II1III1&kI. MoumalneWr, N. dnmlMlMM, I I. reinrtwlla In 1 4tf ,
parcel Me % Twp KgeJ7 1. Tallin i I
,
I
,, '""",h Hu"", MotH' For Rent '0101 Oust. MM total 104.
Aopl Jut.7. tWO
"c. have
elM lint
M." II I lu' d. 1/18 I p, 0 ,.11,0 i County R..l Estat. .:_! J., Lot 9, Mk A. Golf Drive a ehoppinc for purrtmiee '.,17&1 irrn.ld and Ethel parcel I III :Sec 7, i \, ,
M.. lIt Opan Sunday I |2f '1001'on/ ol imtanlrlil MAlE A rKMAI: : 'u'n" 1d opt tot rout SI li per S 10 tt 'tltfll. ; Royal IMmbaek. to Jerry and KeglnaAttanwle. :V.: IM101: ( | I' 01101.! i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF In the United
..!.. and Wait
week Inqu',. K I.OS ( reech TI Inc., to LouUe I F. Tatc, Clnelniiail. -
REAL ESTATE PERSONNEL TWELFTH JUDICIAL Mallandale. parcelIn Acreage Inc., in i I'.
Rd < ?! IICfiTcTanc.ei ,
/ ern Europe amountinf lo
liCENSED SALARIED' POSt ". THE StATE OF FLORIDA IN AMD ,. Ohio, Lot 4 and pan !ta"
lION CAll 10.41 161129 Day W... TrMonth 62- au.l..M Property FOR COLLIER' COUNTYIN ilbly' |I10! million. Sec 1ft. Twp 4U, Kw 27, Lnrtln, Naugaiucli.: ,. -

/ St13Help (IRIS' MOTCtl Ml, CNANCCNV I 1.01 6, King. Town Urlvr, Ton How much of IhU will be $J,1"'I Wllllani, II. blackly, cl eel lit oec 30, l'wJ| 0

Hit! or Ml ttlll ghway loot gatoaan'':fPIJO.and a rent Mar65Oen. ALICE P C.LUTRINOtR.. N* ma DANMRPlaintiff Uo/al I4V.VIO.: Natel, hr.., to hmwhl In the Vnllol ttalM miitor at$, te J *n I and Yvonne IUOII.l.odf. 11.,001 tlortdl :'1110,1,1", "I.1Kb I.

Female Owntr larga fun-t tn 1.I.nd 'uno" ColIlo' Coon I I'ovla Ballamliu Corp. I lor,
Want Air told SlonecmllAptt 4 EnVetflltIottOI ..|reemeiilannounitf N.J.. paicrl' In..ec : ,TWp Inc. to Vvlllinonavy .
nency 'v Rout Estuto Opon .
MI' ; m or MI' i tm.. 5,20 .. tI Sunday MOTEL NAPLCS v. 'INCa Myers, Lot: :*. lilt u, ,labs <1 Moiwlu will di..inlon 6', He31.. I1.'JKJ Howard Washli,ton, i .

R.c.p"on I IM7 A. Collar M wanttd County Wr tt NwVi Oat. Sabal-8hor*. A;ta. P lor da Corporation I l'lnr. n. OOa George M. ml. chiC kind ol deals the Ro and tesanna K. jhlelds to Theodnre el in :Me 3d, i II Ml I .

II IIIECAETARY Reel Estate Defendant uuUc Wattle to Lawrence C. "'lInlanf'lIIn miike' with manu *: ) The i iConst.
TEAR ROUND LIVING NOTICE OF SUIT Calmer.liollywoodHeach, lrlt )IJ 'ii"
PERMANENT Mod.,. ., \\M i al I'an Lot nil-furor 4ml 'the i redd turin
bedroom and et
WANTED Otto To MOTEL NAPLES 'INCA Neple '
parcel in See :X, twp xi II I ligr'II Con to I i Ill'l '
POSITION PLEAS Ic.ncy ApU furnithod TV 'INCOME PROPERTY Florid Crprat they ran |*..
t BIll V Lobs
$
ANT WORKING CONDITIONS' cable TAll Ml' bSII FOR AP round Ml 2 MM Kelly Rr and DRIVE IN locatad m good .... Florida Raymond I', and Blanche C, UA offu.ui. saId the rreiHlleaue .
to l lMi and Madeline' 69 :13 tlt'( '"
525 It *reca Ava S/) Ifi Eilablithad, 3 ynart rxodorn You re heraky notified that a U anil unreacilved and will M. Kge ,

aquipmant ? bad room o.... Complaint of Fareclote a Mtrtgege Wlnoerx in Kvelyn M. Ardey IlIIrlll'nn' by PrealdentJohnwm. lloweth, ft. I'leror, parcel III Ceest Coral Co,, I Ii, .,
\.1. tot ,low all'c. yOU"' i "m fun .". .pt. N.., > require
Coma in the M)
m and lat ut tho pac hat keen brought egaintt. yau ;Naples I lId I.intern lAir
.aod lp.1 lop,' ,.nn nol '. b..e" and .htopptft$ W44bIytnontttl thit but,natt Pncod lo toll above .1.'" ctuta to fartclota' that Uncover they loped. ec :'t, twp lie', /Hgc u!, |.i, aid and, Arllrir i i idrove I.. I <

q"d 10.41 11100 Sli/ll .i, 2 SOda Ot you' auand I/"r H Tarmt' Va.' .......... ,oco,... m 0" Book I'on (Koyal. II.," II""; I Holland Juhaaun will d>i.Ide u ,It in the :2(111.) III.. pain i i '.

pr.ancad *.'"... .ned ""i"'i" badroom _lurnithad- -t.c.anc4pi > I Unit, motai I pIus I apartment M CilIw rapS! Count.Mail*. Florida PuMu. a Racerdlof l.ne I jalky to Margaret h. (II trad U... "IMereet to .keve UN Ki Oabrkl 1 H. Luff to Nelson Twp 1:1. Kge ::12. ( i ,

S.. Halan Bjron .t a..on, No "pat or childran Ml and Ownar t quartart Air cond < the follee/ing: daatrI ,.:.oc andptrtonal Uy "'apll'.i. I l.
RattaurantBo SI II StS.not 2 1117 or Ml .' S.M 4/HI and TV Complalaly' lurnithad property. tilMto 'lying and L.Itr. I on "'> 'MHI ,
Koyol rMi for Kiimanla.Tn .
year In T
Wall landttapad Doing IK County ol Collier Slataof Sec Twp SO, UgeK
b.yt.,( .n ,lot by Nitop |To Ml (IM : ka.ng .n .
S.I.c 1..ot.l. fIotll.1 b. I'p..tc Fun I "Ddrm aptl Illicior .n. butmatt Coma in onelal Florida le OIl1.0 I III Ii! 'I' s 'lIla New pu'-l nefollaled. dur ,1OOa QtfcrleJ H. i l.uflto Ix.cnl Company
TIAor ron4 IU .lh ut tho* you Ott.. ...III.CO' I "latt that pert i Ito.N'lSo the peel two weeks aleo pro
.d '"" h.t 'h'' "5 R.p" cia> log .
od Tidal Pr'cad to tali *ilh a.SsofSs' as deter bad m Mot\ .aiik'l" .\ i lie In Sidney I 1.. and UUton V. Jacobeoit
I7U AN v.,0 CC ".... Ayo So Ml j 4SI'? l/t IImanl rir ,, .. vlife lh..t th. leftillona In (:JctM Charter
good tar mi deed le Iho Slate of Plo"d. ra Sliver
Funon.d I bnd000IO aoutt corded in 0 R >*. lIt and WashIngton ami Burh r. H will Springs MdMparoel .
Mog. V.05 room kt..n .. P0.pIo 5OUIt uod Modal .r 1 TALL I 'Ji \...>l I "
Available tOO PUBLIC
16-Help Lots I I I I end NOTICI Wil In Set 7 Twp 5" ''fier.
hoe elevated lo .........1... ,
and bath Ml 2 latl tin II Hom.. ,
< on dipIsiI North 71 oil of Lot > of loin 'Linonidil
.. NT'" .." nl Old." t OPt II II II 14 II and It at I urn A. rrxwford, UA minlvlnrIn : /, 11,200)) Jib Corp., in I fillip jiate '
WY 11661Ion. ....,.t" Block II Tier I of '''. tOWN NOTICE OF INTENTION '0IIIGI"I" be and the clidn, Ifollowing i
In
pit In tOy M'"' 49-H Few Rent NirnunU, I I. IperUil N. Jest A. Keyes) :aples
... % \dlll .... LclI. Otto V.11 1IIt..v... OF NAPLES I now City af ". FICTITIOUS NAMt'he
p''ll informed thai in* 'hi new aMbaseailortalHunt. In See /M l orporail.'i, : "
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--t.; : '; ,. U.S J. plot according M the ravtoamaa pukiic are liven parcel 10, Twp age
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p"p ',,, ,h".;, ,,,',," ". ,. 1110 Illh it N DEWEY POLLY ar rapial 54 a potion retarded lhar.of ,.a l,I,,ndert lIOaIi5,*ned lotion.orepotet n.to....r.gittar undO' 10 tN V, IH.OOOiJIb Corp.. m Car lI1co. I'/). lo I I' : ',

? ..hI. m... h.r h.", Ava"'"'.at0050 J Oadroom Plot at Book tOw I tarn it H et Ihe Put I I Mrimant Fianda StatuteNAPLII Aai .ri' an nffli Ms Said Ihe roll I M. Frtti, M al. ''h"ford. .,- MKhoriMd alack I looinmen

'.... ',ton.. .no..d", 0' ; batha Rout L.'. Park REALTY lie Rtrt 7' Collier Count, OARDfN sPot r.*m.m will defleHely. awannvtre 1' 10 of ne p.i > .1> .
,.mp... boo>".p'n' M'' .05? IcKool SItS unfu'.d Florida ALSO 1 rn. type ef kutmoet to ke .'gientvrt .., parcel In jee ,

SOS SI in ItS Ava S C.tit.r of Itt Ava u. a10m That pan of MM eioted aiier 'I n '0 I f.,... and .a'iaa atpIy eip ,rt heeiMnu. for .this Twp 51 RIB 'M, ':I4/.ff,1C1nt) May :lit 1M4, dull.: I

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JOBS WANTED ormahad liva room Sow MI J4IS4ISI live th* North II toot if Let I l* k* MM*!** el N.eN ( uneMerabl potMlol stgetfl Acl'll. 1..., to Angelo .-
doaa m IIIOM mooln end Lot II m tad Shoot II I florid the awnarth.a of tOt kv*< thirSts R. I'oerlo.NaptM.per- poraieri, Miles r I i- i.

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I COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday. June 2, 1984 ,
k, 4 t Flowers For

It Was Memorial % t Honored DeadIndia

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Day In Naples/ '


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The annual) Memorial Day Raising the flag American nard Hickey St. Ann's Church.

service, honoring all veteran, Legion sod VFW, Naples Dedication and blessing pray

,' 3i held at 1030 a.m., Sat and Bontta Springs. er. Rev. Richard T. Lambert,

\'" 'I "I urday,*! Naples Memo rlalGir- Placing of flowers on vet. Trinity Episcopal Church S

; .. '1l dens. erans' graves, Naples Girl The program Included music
I The principal address was Scouts, supervised\ by Alice by Mrs. M. Dan Nickel on t tk ;ye

given by Major General Bruce Timber lake, chairman. the organ; singing of the National .

;: .- Lasley, USA (Ret). He was Introduced Flower petal drop by air Anthem by Lanl Weston

by Brigadier General craft of the local Civil Air a solo.."God Bless Our Native

C.E. Jung (Ret). Patrol. Land"..by Bryan Johnson m <. s .yl ;

I' David C.Jones, of the Flor Salute to the colors by representatives ; solo by Charlotte Wam

1 ida Real Estate Commission, of VFW Auxili ble. "America the Beautiful") b, k

'1v1aam a was master of ceremonies for solo by WaUy Fredrickson, 1" c

d, ';ii i\;; the solemn program which Included ary.Firing squad American Legion "There Is No Death" //,ef

,i* r S : and VFW. The unveiling of the baby. v i t ,

GUEST SPEAKER for Memorial Day services here Invocation by the Rev John "Taps" by bugler Don Holz- land statue. "Now 1 Lay Me s

Easley shown left Mump, pastor First Presbyterian hausen. Down to lwp" was supervised
was Maj. Gen, (Ret.) Bruce ,
who introduced the Church. Benediction by Father Ber by officials of the Gardens. ,
I speaker.with Brig. Gen C. E, Jung, tpr


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WASHINGTON (AP-6enate Selects ShastriAs Nation Eyes. .

Republican Leader Everett M.
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Dirksen said today he expectsthe
Senate to pass the civil national <'on vent Ion, 8t.,it
rights bill by June IS If next tog July 13 In San Fran 1_ >.
week's effort to cut off debate New Prime MinisterNEW In addition to the 82 dec: tea

Is successful. to be elected today, 10 dele: :ltc'

Dirksen said he "would rather DELHI, India (AP) Acting Prime Minister G. L. who will favor Rockefeller will
guess" supporters of the (House India's ruling Congress party Nanda nominated Shastri be be selected by the Republl! inState

passed legislation would be able named mild-mannered Lal Ba. fore the Congress party mem.bers Committee next week
to muster the necessary two hadur Shaslrl by acclamation in the central hall of Par. MISSISSIPPI Democrats 3
thirds vote to Impose cloture today to succeed the late Prime liament. Desal seconded the expected to renomlrute .::Cl
and cut off the rights debate Flag Minister Nehru. He pledged to nomination, saying the party John Stennls and five vete :i

U all 100 senators vote, the work for Nehru's goal of a unit. would "continue to adhere to congressmen, stennis and thr. )
votes of 67 senators will be a ed, Socialist India. the Ideals' of Nehru. Approval congressmen have Nerrs -
needed. Salutet' "Socialism Is our objective," followed in a burst of applause. ponents who 1 onrode "we d: '
Dirksen and Democratic Lead. Shastri said shortly after Con. President SarvepalU Radhak.rlshnan ex|>e't to win."' Althour1 h! No

er Mike Mansfield agreed Mon. guess party members of Parliament will complete the for. groes make up almost \halt cI

day to file a cloture petition named him their leader, malltles by .kIng Shastrl to the state's population, c-1.:,
which requires 18 names on a designation which automatic. form a government and swear some 30,000 are registered,
Saturday. This would mean a ally carried nomination as him In, probably later this SOUTH DAKOTA RerJ: :-II,
vote next Tuesday, June 9. F prime minister. week, cans choose between a ;nv

Dirksen said he was confident Shaslrl, 59, gave no clue to Party President Kumaraswa. lion slate of delegates omnilt,
the GOP forces would produce the foreign policy he will pur. ml KamaraJ placed Shastrl's ted to Goldwater or an un:Dm.
(two-thirds of their He indicated milled slate headed b C::v.
more than sue. high regard name before party members
number for cloture. There are for Nehru's daughter, Mrs. In after .poll of Congress leaders Archie Gubbrud.
33 Republican senators. Dirk Ron dira Gandhi, a leading candidate favored the former home min. ALABAMA: femur it I r'k:
has been trying to line up 25: rr for the foreign minister's Ister who had been Nehru's eight congressicn.il) nominee' to
for cutting off the debate and ,. post. closest associate after Nehru run at Urge in November [from
has said even this figure might t4 r Shastrt wept as he recalled suffered a stroke In January a field of nine who w' i dirt 't'l

be exceeded. 1 4r Nehru's death last week and A moderate Socialist and firm primaries last month

L U 25! Republicans support| cloture said of Mrs Gandhi: "Her con. anti-Communist, Shastri was MONTANA! Seo ate terra,
,, 42 Democratic votes< wouldbe 4 tinned association with us will picked largely because of his ratlc Leaflet Mlko Ma 'to',] 'Is
all 100 !l.tfE5*** 'Hi JIM all favored to defeat i >rim : Gip
needed assuming be a source of strength to middle-of-the-road views, which
Joseph P. Mor,ui. n r the
senators vote. An Associated of us," Congress leaders hope will
Press survey at the dart of (he 41jj lie welcomed the support of bring together the party's conservative party Kenitor I'I nom!: dl I I:1..
week listed 58 senators commit former Finance Minister Mor.arJl and leftist extremes Three are "I I nomination will Ito t: '
I ted to support cloture, 26 <'!>' }mm, Desal, his exponent who ,
M Alex Blewett fir i II] K I '
posed and 16 undechk'd or rpfu!>. j rr yielded after a determined five.
ing to commit themselves, day succession struggle, frontrunner,
In primal m "mitt< Mansfield declined to predict "I am sure this will generate
ReapportionmentPlan only about one ,"))1 i c ?' ;t
success of the cloture attempt. a new confidence in the countryand
"I'm figuring! to do my best," ; will have an Impact on the Outlined KyMayors' ers turned out I.., k UP
he said. : outside world also," Shastri ratlc and Di.|'ulli
said. dates In Iowa Rep I!. It,
The Senate has Imposed Nom Council
ture only five times In history / Shastrl said the party's 1m. Gross, 68 .year old Republican
and never on a civil rights I'00"t I"I mediate task is to fight India's ST. PETERSBURG (AP) watchdog of cover ::.:::tal
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measure. "biggest enemies-poverty and The Mayors' Council on Fair lending( won eas: : r, :::: ilion
a..:;: a '. ... ... ... ,. .. .
Assistant DemocralU Leader + s. unemployment." Apportionment has outlined a in the 3rd I In-III m'1. I IL!: :3. iocratlc

Hubert II. Humphrey, the bill's "The country must remain plan for apportionment of tie opponent III K : ::
floor manager, said, "I think united and It Is Important we Florida Legislature to give the will be 31,yeu.1.I I J' '
w. have the votes for cloture. Stemming Adams To Give Reports TheftOf realize our grave responsiblll. state's populous areas greater ver, former legal l It! .0 ". ;t
It'. going to be awfully close." ties toward the betterment of voice In the government to Sen. Edw 01 101M.I K

The leadership Is counting on (('oiitimiul tram page I 1)) 6y 1 $60 SanderDick our people he declared. "The The plan calls for98represen. DMiss.Democriti. .

revisions In the bill, Introduced J"hnll""I1.hllll. ,it it his breakfast Cram Course On ,',j Upham reported to economic Issues are most vital tatlves and 34 senators It would (j>',. I II)
last week by Mansfield and met'tint! mm ltli, tvmo" altscongresstnnas for us," sharply educe the represent Hughes, 42, seekun'a: :
police Monday that a sander, tlon of the state's rural coun two.year term. 1I I t1
Dliksen, to pick up the neces lenlors, he emhislecl India is "faced today with a
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vary votes for tloture.Sen. the ,ulinlnlsli ,itlon'splea Election Laws valued' at $60, had been stolen great crisis," Shastri continued, ties which has controlled the for nomination 1 I- \ 1 ms .. .:;P
Rourke R. kl'nllM11t'r| ( for '\ 1I.tllln,111I'It during the week from the Cf and must "follow in his (Neh. Legislature: since Florida became opponent, Alt'.r'.
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R.lowa, said, however, that lit limit III l $124: | liilllon. TALLAIHSTF \AP -, P.O.ween dlllac-Amoco filling station on ru's) foot steps." a state in IMS. Hultman, 38.
( now and (the next i It? 'lion, i' Ninth Street South where he U Mayor Herman W. Goldner of
was still unhappy with several The l" lelllngof $315 this reflects Shastrl's for.
Mii| irm t
elections ifflrlali at
sections of the bill. kenloop. billion \Is due to drop to $309! bll Florida's t is employed. elgn policy, It will mean a con. St. Petersburg, council (chair
If, who heads the Senate KtpuU lion June 30. Johnson Mid the county' level will bv offereda tlnuatlon of nonalignment under man, said It Is hoped the plan Supreme Court "?n appeal after
on
llcan Policy Committee, said he beause ram: course In how to con.duct which India accepts economicand will get a hearing In the Lofis. a group of Dade c..tintlan' :"11.
that wllulb.1! bo high enough
remained uncommitted on <'10. the del* Itself Is rxpeilH) ileitlons\ according to law. ". A parsec Is a unit of astronomical military aid from both sides lature If a plan adopted In 1943 lenged Its stltultonallty' It I
< Secretary of State Tom Adamsannounced W.ii' to Is held unconstitutional b)' the would create Legislature *
ture but that a number of senators tlll"I,11 i) $311.K I'llllon onlhJI okay, measurement (equal of the Iron Curtain but does not
were getting restive and The H'M limit i* not a tuuglc the plan Monday) aft. approximately 19 trillion consider Itself a member of any U.s. Supreme Court 41: M'n mt"m l .i s OJ d t Hi r I juse melt:
would be ready tu cut off the er telling newsmen he was miles bloc. The 1963 plan went to the U.S. bers.
formula for promoting( 1111011') amend at some of the practice
i marathon debate .'"111. 4.
lie said .tiding
In goviMnment ,
1 his dcpcille observed at the ""-
Mansfield called in the Sen. lint frug.mtil) must I be achieved 30 second
the
ate al 9 a.m. today and said polls during May
through appropriations\ and IIIftI primary BIG BIG VALUABLE COUPON
this pattern would IIk1'lyIt! fol.
management.In Emphasizing: (hat he had no '
lowed until the measure Is t' '
dim' SrwitheaM Asia <
passed. Southerners did most of usaini authority or r.lIoo.lhtllty! to ,' 1 .t'i h10$1,30
Johnson cmm 1/11 r.lsteel. American take! corrective action, Adams \" QUARTSALE GALLONSALE1
I the bate talking Monday as the d<'. l 1'0111'1. with those of the Com said as chief fleitlcxu officer of .. ,, BUSHEL BALE SIZE
went through its 67th day
1
numlMs. the I Mate, he woull I (ref up his ',
after a three-day Memorial Dayweekend. ''II ,Is others who make "
war
elerllams' school for candy su. I 88c
and w. who seek I I'waif," 'he pervlsors of registration and PEAT

sul And at another point he said \ .

II Demand. "it la oth.rlII t we" wlio have he Mgervtsmmrsofregisira.Ilmm said, were unaware of -, } <,. 7 PLANTS REG. 79c MOSS
brought terror to peasants and ,,
their duties, such as the require v
(Continued from page 1)) ignored agreement to i"romotelability. 'ment that they' pout the UM of Pr roI. .

.d park on the Me of Capri ( '. absentee voters and provide CROTONSand Limit; 2 per customer Void after June 6

she advised against any action The President was question maps of the precincts aid poll. CIBS .\ GOOD MOtT -
by the board to rtllnqulsh this about reports that nomemerl. Ing |laces for the voters Little fellow scrambles his

possession. She said she had can military equipment being In some counties, he said, way out of the as \ct,unfilled $
used In Nxith Viet N..mIIII,1
been advised that certain Inter votes not only dlii not know bear pool at the \\hipsnade
eats were attempting to acquire boy hellcollers-Is otmsolete.Johnson where to vote, but they alto did England, zoo Mom and sis $1 IXORAS VALUABLE COUPONREG.
that he has
replied no nut know where to .
the park area for other hmurlmoses.'Mold rll'"I.r.flurlne stand ready to give the polar
worry "about the qua I it\ of the the May 5 first primary .
on to what you have, cite bear cub a paw 6S5U. <
the of them
pleaded equipment or qualitt Adams sent tKf>ulli> to
.n handling II," observe In' BAG
"Don't make the mistake nude voting procedures
In Naples about 10 years ago, lie said mllltan authorities elM counties Their rrfiort re Hunt Negro Who
In vacating alleys and other access are using the equipment the) suited In cttmrlbutlon o( a i>am.phlvt .
routes to the Gulf," Mrs think bent. And he Mid It Is only outlining voting law ,mot Robbed l>es bursr CROTONS BLACKGOLD
normal for laws to crop up duties of poll worker to all 49c
added.
Drashear 49"
She advised the Commissionthat from time to lime. In any' pieceof counties.As Store Proprietor Colorful) Shrubs c:

fire places and picnic tables machlnen. a result, he saM, maim> of Lr.( Bl'RGf \ wide.
In his opening. announcements the' observed during
wen In the City'a warehouse, Irregularities spread! man) ntv m- r..n Johnson also said he had
.
the first primary were clur. COLEUS COMPOSTED
ready for Installation at Day l ti I m'''I' ui unl..ntlftederr"
Front Park when grading and sent a longratuUtory message. edIII b) the lime the secondprimary who' COW
beau
uwi robbed MANURE
a Void After
to l.al Bahadur >Shastri, the newI rolled around L0re>7 Foliage PUnt scti Jjn 6VALUABLE
levelling had been completed. store 1'1'01"ot..r and shot a rltypatri4man
_
her I prune minister of India.He Adam said his office wa preparing ,
Braihear opened
Mrs. luring his
ite<'lined to *whether "hewas eacape.
lilt of cnmmenukdchanges
appearance before the Commis a fI Police said I the robber entered
pleased with the selection, CORBINLINDABURY
In Die election cottt to ,
lion this morning with complimentary the" dry cleaning store owned by' -
that Is matter for the POINSETTIASChristmas
a
saying COUPON
Hi and JMies
responslbUMte* Mall
the DId Bair ...
remarks, praising Indian i peo4e| to cie ..... But he level pi tol whipped him
board for Its action in acquiring said his relationship with Spas and escaped with $(0. Plant

the 16 .acre park lying to the tri '.11.I" been "Judo"fufl. live month of Ike year Is ran.nlng The bandit wan surrounded In RIG. SOc
north of Vanderbilt Beam'h. j!t nf a $113 billion. nation. at an anaissl rate ISM a marshy tree west of the city'

al "irtput this year will be Illlon to MM ":; onol con. I but escaped alter shooting pa. Live

FROM LITTLE 'mu ili.-od or bettered" He itsoill pared witt a IS.6 btlllon aver mousse I I arm. Robert McKinley In the Mix 1m H Yew With Garden Center Baby 330Votd

= -, hit i 'no Inflation Is In ate for the last sox ).ar.
si I .. I ," 5N la the bal. alcKlnley sod Balr were I\Oto. REMEMBER
fJL TIM Improvement TURTLES
416 10th St. $..
pMaltasjd and
-SPARKS. ,' touted his confidence ... of payment plus heavy I reported In good
It, It 1''' nrif''. will "paM a lOUd Fovtet *ale << pp old. added Ml PI.nts MI 2.2<<0 Ml 3-5547
?1tf; GIANT FOREST bill" i II the civil iltfits flelit. million \merlran' (gold Mocks City police, aherifTN ,reputlee 7 Fot $1

-- \, I n mot,I II ll lilt I I' ll IIIIl'l' i III' the In et fit> ni',>nh" "r tic smut hlch"JI l'llt..1' Ir-, Behind the Cafeteria I After' 6
ftFlRES GROW! ,fir I i'' I I, II' If n, If III'+t pea h. Im4, \'Ilt oiled\ m t .ti, .me