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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP- assn A too for Naples Bay
Sen. Barry Goldwater grabbed Variable to IS mile winch ,r 1. yfge' ol the Trail
a commanding lead for the
nomination I ttre hour for Marc

today GOP with presidential a stunning California < LIBRARY 40tK YEAR NUMBER 22 /
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primary Ylctory.Confoundlne : ; Ab42 ESDAY. JUNE 3, 19U 10 PACES 10 CENTS

the pollster who --- -

had made him the underdog ,
the Arizona senator came from
behind In the vote countto Take Problem Under StudyCouncil

nose out New York Gov Nel

son A. Rockefeller for the

state's 88 Republican presidential .

nominating votes

Goldwater's victory had been 4 1
forecast by the electronic pro. "Slugs'Parking
t"t' kt
jectlon of the television net.

works. But It took alUnlght tab.

ulatlons of the actual votes to 9'4
establish him firmly as the


winner.Rockefeller carried most of F

the California counties In what
!Meters
was a liberal vs. conservative
battle. .umseGa,

Southern California returns,

chiefly from Los Angeles gave '

Goldwater his first victory in a UASS O 1959iG111lglUi CLASS Of 1959IWfIr11IIFII1UI11 ) actionto
major contested primary after The parking meters on Fifth' parking meter committee was re. Kuperberg and opposing

losses In New Hampshire and 1r' .M Avenue and adjacent areas will quested. remove the meters.
Oregon. This put him near the '#' "1011I their heads" immediatelyand Councilman Joel Kuperberg She maintained the meter
j' CLASs&i959'Ii61 IlQi; lll voted "No" the motion continued were principally for the us* of
(S3 delegate votes required fort 11111 Ulf remain that way until Nov. on ,
said local residents
She
nom Inatlon. ember LBetween Ms objection to the park tourists.

The Associated Press tabu. + now and November 1,. Ing meters elimination.Mrs. know where the off street park.
P lotion of returns from 31,316 of r Council members and others will Ira E. McFarland SOS Ing areas are, and should us*

the state's 31,861 precincts i II t
showed Goldwater 1,023,330 j lifent" study of the parking me. ly from the floor, agreeing with Ing place for tourists.

Rockefeller 985788. rote ter problem. Mrs. McFarland maintained

Goldwater was getting C0.9 .f The City Council-took this ac. that tourists from most areas

per cent of the vote. Most of .r tin this morning following a re. Rights Backers art accustomed to parking meters .

the network projections had port from James Dell who head and that convenient parking .

ranged around 51 per cent, a ed up a Parking Meter Commit. spot, far outweighed any ob.

figure on which CBS settled tee. Change Places )Ject 1011..
after having predicted general.ly :: e'I P Bell said: "It Is recommendedto She referred to revenues which
that he would win with 53 + I{ City Council that heads U can be lined to provide addition

per cent. parking meters on Fifth' Avenue With OpponentsWASHINGTON al off-street. parking areas.
Oblivious to a short-lived and adjacent areas be removedat It was also her contention that

bomb scare, Goldwater took a the earliest time, and that merchant along the avenue and
AP Both
transcontinental nap as he flew Council search diligently between ( ) their employees in the first taw
shifted tactic today In the5Inate'
from Los Angeles to Washing. l ,, this date and November 1 for a side weeks will continue to us* off-
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ton. Police hustled a passenger solution to the problem"He street parking but the trend later
oft Goldwater's Jet airliner In COMMENCEMENT talks delivered by Naples Mated further that the committee stood by, laying will bit to o<'cupy spots in

Los Aneeles and made him un. Find Florida High School salutatorians and valedictorian drew British Seize recommended that tin they were amendments ready to while vote the on front of business firm along the
When bombs "heads" not be restored In November ., some ,
satchel.
pack a no unanimous praise from near capacity throne Mon measure's backers took up the avenue.
or guns were found In it, air. At left is Stanley Boynton salutatorian Bahamas chores During the experimental per.
day night. Boat In speaking
line officials let him reboard.In Man Guilty On led, city police will make no at.
called
this
who chose as his theme : "Anticipation. Did senators a
high good humor Goldwa. TOUGH PROBLEM tempt to enforce parking limits,
ter Joked with reporters on his Center is Ellen Whitsitt salutatorian, who spokeon Mayor Archie Turner In reply counter-filibuster. But Senate It was brought out at the meeting
arrival in Washington. Bill "What Is Past Is Prologue." At right is valedic With ArmsLONDON to Bell's report stamped the leaders said the change of heart City Attorney David SplngUr
late that all of their
too
Alluding to the long dispute Bogus Rap torian Christine Campeau whose theme was"Praestantla" (AP- The Br1t1.hDestroyer problem a serious one and IIr.edthai cam plans now were, centered en the asked for a resolution which will
and Californiaover Council should not be In a near lntrsc.
Arizona parking
between (Excellence), Naples commencement regulate
Decoy seized a launch cloture vote set for next Tues.day
the waters of the Colorado MOBILE, Ala. (AP) -A 49. wound graduation exercises for the with arm and ammunition after hurry to take final action, dons. lie was advised to draw
up
River the Arizona senator year.old Florida man has been The motion was to accept the the resolution In accordance with
) IZwnil chas In the Bahamas If tilt bill' muster
county high schools. (Campeau photos a supporters
cracked: "I have a different at. convicted of heading a counter. report, remove tbehelldslmmedelal.I statutory regulations,
the of Defense the two4hlrds vote
tltude toward Californians now. felting operation In south Alabama Ministry )', and to consider the period necessary
said for cloture. all further debatewill
today.
They can have all the water we and northwest Florida. between this date and November
have." Tables Four men and one woman on I, as "experimental". Last.um. b* limited tightly and" lead. U.S. Has 10,000
Ward of Pensacola Council confident the bill then
W.
Goldwater previously hat Otis the launch were arrested and mer the heads were covered with ers are
called hip California victory a was convicted Tuesday by a Jury explosives and other! equipment paper bags, which resulted In San be passed by the third week In S. Viet Nam

./ toward the presl. which deliberated two hours. along with the arm and.ammu.sttion some confusion when the bags In June. AP-
"giant ep" WEST POINT ,".Y.
Sentencing was postponed by U. were. sewd. Lutes. those "I have confldetic' In the ICeI (
,were lorn off.
dentlal nomination 10OOCmen
S. .District -Judge- -Daniel H.'Pier Parking more persona were arrested i>n., The( continued .alstan".oItbe;I than that the Senate will lakMPresident The Army deployed currently In South has Viet
Thomas. the Island. The ministry did not Johnson told a news
SALlNGER\\1NS of the Army
Nam, Secretary
them saying the Decoy conference Tuesday "I believeIt
identify ,
Pierre Salinger former White Stephen All** said today.
Ward, who weighs 415 pounds did not relay further Inform will pass a good bill."
House press secretary, trounced was charged with mastermind. tion. The date of the chas also: College Building The Southerners, who bay This was the first time an of.
State Comptroller Alan Cranstonfor which Street Naming tidal figure on the major element .
Ing a counterfeiting ring was lacking, the ministry said. prevented voting on the bill .x.
Bonds Approved
the Democratic nomination included two Negroes I cept on two of the 69 day of of the UA military man.
for the U.S. Senate seat held by '-' The launch was spotted leav. power had been given.
debate far decided their
ailing Democratic Sen. Clair The Negroes, Ed Williams Jr., Two Important items on City by Mayor Turner. Wood said tog the Island of Avgullla Cay TALLAHASSEE (AP) Th. Chang so of at on All* announced the total In
strategy a caucus
Florida Court I
Engle. 30, and Robert C. Franklin, 48, Council agenda this morningwere the property could be bought 43 miles north of Cuba and a Supreme the $75 upheld million Tuesday an address prepared" for com.

The Salinger victory dealt a had entered guilty pleadings discussed briefly then tab- outright as a cash deal.or over part of British territories In the unanimously bond Issue today for the exp yi, But when their Under, Cm. mencement exercises at the

setback to Gov. Edmund G. earlier on charges of counter. led without action because two a five-year-plsn at an Interest area, the ministry said. tom of Florida's lilgtier educ... Richard B. Bussed D-Ga. announced U.s. Military Academy.

Brown and other party elementswho felting. They were sentenced to members of the Council were rate of 31/2 per cent. Decoy's captain Cmdr. J.K. tints system, this on the floor, Dem. In Washington the Pentagon

supported Cranston. It :a federal prison for 18 months. absent The discussion brought out Stevens Royal Navy, ordered In its opinion, the court sale I ocratlo Leader Mike Mansfield said the over-all total of UA

showed, too, the vote-pulling Both testified that Ward had Mayor Archie Turner stated the pros and cons of buying the Hot pursuit' and chased the validation. of the bond by td e. of Montana said he saw no pos.slbtllty forces In South Viet Nam Is

power of the Kennedy image driven (hem to Atmore, Ala., the Importance of the decisions Pines property! for the one purpose launch for 13 miles. The craft Leon County Circuit Court was I of arranging votes this about 16,0001,000 below lastfall's
used heavily by the press searetary and waited in his car while necessitated the thinking of the of parking in lieu of obtaining then hove to. Five people onboard correct. week now.Mansfield. peak-but did not official.ly .
to the late president. detail the total for each
they passed bogus $10 bills on entire Council. beach front property Including a woman, wr These will be the first bond I said that the bill's
The 39.year.old former San branch of service.
March 27 They also said Ward The Items Included the purchase which offered muhtple uses. taken Into custody. Issued under authority granted I sponsors would need considers
Francisco reportt'r.whu
,
newspaper provided the bills. of the Pines Th Decoy also put a land. by the people in a constitution,, hi* time to explain the revised
couldn't even vote for him. property
version which Senate leaders
self because he's registered In Ward denied their charges, near the fishing pier for parking FLEW IN Ing party ashore on the Island vember. expect to win the votes needed Ar
and
three t
people were ar.
Virginia will face the Republl.can contending he was at home purposes and the returning Councilman Joel Kuperberg more for cloture
off from lax levied ,
rested. The launch with prtllOl"era paid a or
nominee, onetime actor planting a garden. He said the of certain streets in the who flew In from New York to and seized arm were takento the gross receipts of utllltleicompanies. Assistant Democratic Leader

George Murphy. Negroes were trying to impli. Lake Manor Park area. attend this morning's meet Nassau Hubert II. Humphrey of Mlnne.

Brown however won another cate him because he had themarreltl'd City Manager Vince Wood, Ing.favored beach front property ads, the bill's floor manager,
several occasions at
intraparty squabble. His 154. on I ., reported to Council that with possibility of several told newsmen he would lead off
slate of delegates to the Demo.cratrc a Pensacula bar he operated in
Th
with a speech the
he had consulted with ownersof uses. explaining orB
National Convention de. 1933.Asst. the Pines property and hada Councllwoman Casey Miller substitute In detail today.
feated a rival slate headed by
U.s. Atty William Kim. and Republican Leader EverettM. THE ASSOCIATED PRtSS
of Los "most reasonable" offer to favored the parking area ,
Mayor Samuel W. Yorty brough showed Jurors three bo. Dirksen of Illinois, chief au.
Angeles. sell to the City. He did not disagreed with Kuperberg who LA PAZ Bolivia 'AP>-Two
gus bills passed by Williams and thor of the revised bill, had ,
reveal the offered purchase said that the walk from the Pines
Franklin Atmore and several planned to do this but was ill former allies of President Vic-
MEANWHILE.. more they were accused of pass price.In property to the pier will deter with a heavy cold and deferredhis tot Pas Etnssoro ended a
There were eyebrow raisersIn ing In Pensacola. an answer to a question people from visiting the pier. speech. Mansfield co.spen. burday hunger strike against
some of the other elections. Councilman Robert Combs w his le tlon but
w cored the revisions with Disk.sen. "- < Tuesday night
Rep. Charles A. Buckley a 30. thought both the parking area laid they would try to unit political .

year veteran in the House and To Save and beach! front prope ny shouldbe opposition to the pre l.
chairman of the Public Works Military Aim acquired but favored getting dent
succumbed to the
Committee, Vice President Juan Lihln:
the Pines at the Is
property City On Cape
reform candidacy of JonathanA. sL and former President Htrnan

Bingham, a Yale man and present time. CanaveralCAPE Sties Suaio laid th*}; were pin.
former aide on the U.S. delegation LBJ Mrs. Miller envisioned the Still log the Authentic Revolutionary

to the United Nations. Not Destroy Says present parking area at the CANAVERAL Fla.AP party and would call on other
"
Buckley Democratic leader In pier *s only a "walkway"with ( )-Many a stamp collector imposition political parties to

the Bronx had the support of NEW LONDON Toim. AP- gradation on which the enmlei suitable landscaping. Is learning that, while the mis- pin against Pas !:JItln.soro.
Gen. Robert F. Kennedy said iota of $ ells center was renamed Cap who won a four-year term Sun.
Atty. President Johnson } freedom feed. n require a I
Kennedy the city till! Is CapeCanaveral day.
while Bingham had backing the United States Is stronger nation devoted, through speech BUffEREEDED ,
from Mayor Robert Wagner of mllltarll "than an) adversan- and deed, to showing those who James Dell, speaking from .
New York among others. or combination of adversaries"but may trow weary of wilt, or fear the floor pointed out that The collators wanted a Cape MOSCOW, : (AP) The Soviet

One of Buckley's chief lieu. "the staggering strength is ful of the future that the cause acquisition of beach front pro- Kennedy postmark on the new. Union baa computed a 714.mil
not to destroj but to save not of human dignity Is on the without setting up suitable stamps honoring the late president canal from the Baltic Sea to the
tenants Rep. James C. lIeal.y.also perty
does
end to rivlllutlon but march its shadow I I. lingering but such a postmark Volga River The Soviet news
bit the dust In his bid for to put Jin buffer are. protecting residential '
to put an end to conflict. and victory Is moving nearer. lead not exist. agency Teas said It will takeover
nomination to
to
Democratic a areas might Omnrll rejected
for grad. of In The City a at least IS million ton of
prepared hop success
In a speech, "But our
fifth term. He was defeated by multiple problems.The .
uatlon exercises at the Coast rue alms of pear rests also on suggestion that the community'sname cargo a year from overburdenedrailroads.
another reform candidate, item will be taken L conform
up to
t b* changed
.
Guard Academy: Johnson pre the strength of our arms."Me
James H. Ccheuer.
at a future Council meeting.The with the '* name ihang
*
dieted that this count n's as well as our advertar ') d cap
In Alabama Rep. Carl Elliott, strength will continue to grow lee, must stand In awe before second: agenda item, renaming .j TAIPEI Formosa (AP)-

a House Rules Committee mem more rapidly than the might of the power our craft has created certain streets, ended Foreign I Minister Sien Chang

ber bidding for a ninth term, ap. all others. and our wisdom must labor to after some discussion Ir, a Route 1 Has huan said today termination of

peared beaded for defeat in that "Our adversaries, convinced control. "state of conftulon." ill JJS.< economic aid to Nationalist

state's Democratic primary that direct attack would be aimless -In ever area of .national agreed further study was nut 12 Miles Yet rhlna in June 1965 will not serWu

He was running last la a low. now resort to terror, sub. strength America today I* essary.Councilwomsn. s > ly affect Formosa' normal
roan-out field of nine district version and guerrilla warfare," stronger than it ever has been Uller reported To Be 4LanedTALLAHASSEE economic growth beaus the

nominees, a situation created by Johnson said. before. It 1* stronger than am on a meeting with < ,st- r (APOnly country has a "sound Industrial

the failure of the Alabama Leg.Islatur H* told the cadets that Amer adversary or combination of ad master Ken Rogers'> to restrict the statealt.r leans share responslbilit "not vrarlcs. It is stronger lhanthe
elli ilnst da} to be four.Uned before tin
some ?
only for our own security but combined might of all th* M renaming
the 1960 census. major multi.
confusion. She car highway will BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP-
of all free in the nlston ol the present
for the security na tlons
r land 416 miles from Georgia' to Ltoter West German .
Elliott target of opposition bya pressure,
.tlon not only for our own so world." up with a number of sug,c
,
Florida south of Miami.
conservative trailed City the decision selling a single
coalition this countn'tstrength but Council r*
tiny but for an entire clvlllza In predicting dons agreed
A three-mile of four
stretch
Sen. John In the grain; price scale for the Euro.
State Tyson
lion, not only for our own lib. will continue to grow Study was necessary.It .
inning
was recently
scramble for the candidates eight berths In as arty but for the hope of all hu more rapidly than that of all was agreed that die fire .-, between Melbourne completed and Eau peas Common until Market Dec. IS.baa bnXMtpoMd

statewide Democratic at large election In a manMy." others, Johnson said tile must first and police chief also be brought); NOTHING TO IT, says Mike Benfield 14-year-old Galll at a cost of$705,178Itav Th Wt Crma delegation

November. Six other incumbents "In pursuit of such rsponslbUttlei area of increasing to strength deter atomic into the study to help vM "' on of Mr aid. Mrs Marvin B< nfield, Jr M he ing only four more Job* under old the other five Common

easily won nomination. more national than security national requires be destruction.our ability problem hefts nice 1*. pound snook caught by him Sunday Construction. All the work U Market nations the Bonn ParlUnenl -

we afternoon Gordon Past Mik, followed it scheduled to be completed b} would not approve lot pro'lash
Mansfield coasted to via strength I. Johnson Mid. "In the put three years in up December seal since it would mean

lory la Montana's Democratic 1 requires, first of all, a na have increased oar nuclear power Tuesday, while out with morn of the Benfield The drive to complete the leering tile sigh German

primary defeating former Rep. tlon dedicated to justice and the on alert two and one halftimes 'IlItrt +i'dt@Yf clan and helped in a total catch of 11 big snook fog r.&anlnc began In earned In ,;rke' A West Cernua spokes.

Joseph P. Uonaghaa. Leadingthe improvement of life for its own and our nuclear superior situ wm ,ti81AN : attain in the Gordon Pass area The Ben fie Ida IMS, when 111 miles bad teen nan saM tiers U M assurance
race for the Republican Sen. people. B requires a nation d* Hy will contuiu to grow oft me rain mullLlaiMd. In
armseontroL" were fishing from the family boat moving out of Th four-lanlng hit government will agree to the
ate Domination was State Rep. termined to help others llnu we reach agreement on IIfItTHII the SportSpot ( McGrath photo) reseed to 3U by June, 156)1 J: ale la December.
and human
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I 1,000 1 Troops Keep Peace, Army Violated Chaplain, Claims ,, ){.., t( ..'f\,: >,/.. '...',",\,, :,,','..' > :':., j *' mmokalee BY MRS. W!M. GARRETT News


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KANSAS CITY Kan. (AP) .' .. ." -' _'. Af.....-se ., -_...... 4.
An chaplain '-
Army in testimonyat
Strike Talks Break DownB the George John Gessner :file; Woman's Club held a chairman of the official boardof

atomic secrets trial Tuesday denied ".. : reception for the denial; lass First Methodist Church Sun-
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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fist fights also broke out at violating a chaplain's priv. -.5' / "'I, tof liiiiqJea1eeiiigh I scl1oolun-; > day, May 31st.
Nearly 1,000 Michigan National the Evansville, Ind., Interna't Ilege In assisting Intelligence *- S Hay May 24.with approxllllate- Mr, and Mrs.Gene Stone and

Guardsmen kept the peace tlonal Steel plant. The plant' agents. i 1) :zoo people attending. Mary family left Friday for a week's
today at HlUsdale Mich., scene employing 350 production work.: Gesc-ner 88-year-old former Miller kept the guest book. The, visit In Hattlesburg Miss., with
of the bitterest of a rash of ers, has been struck for eight Army nuclear weapons malnten.j beaUtilut their
table laid with a parents.Mrs. .
labor ;j ance specialist from Melbourne was
disputes in the Midwest. weeks by Teamsters Union ,
Negotiations At the Essex Local 215. is being tried on charges of white lace cloth and was Wanda MoGrew of Fort

Wire Corp. collapsed Tuesday A company spokesman said I pawing secrets to Russian ag. decorated with school colors L Myers visited with Mrs.Walter
on the eve of the plant's reopen one woman suffered a cots in Mexico City while AWOL of red and white. HlbUcus i; Garrett Wednesday.
ing authorized by Coy. George concussion when she alightI I from his assignment at Ft. Bliss centered' around the punch bowlji ,t: Church School began at 830

Romney after he had kept the push past pickets Tuesday. He I, Tex. The trial Is in its second Cdfj4es and punch were served Monday morning at the First

plant closed for five days. said the plant would be closed I week. J* with Mr:*. Grady Westmorlandaijd I Methodist Church with about
Guards and Imported labor today because the employes I Capt. Albert Clark, a chaplainat I $ Mrs. Philip Crews pour 76 enrolled.

had kept the plant In partial were afraid to cross picket Ft. Hood, Tex., testified he ,. ing. Others helping were Mesdames Rev. Richard Howe and Larry -
had told Gessner after his -
operation during the strike. lines. re.
Williams left for
McDonald Lakeland
turn, that he ought to "come -' Gene Stone.Clayton
Feelings were bitter In the Also In Indiana 500 industrial w
Frank Vvariiner,, Tuesday to attend the annual
city where strike violence has workers went on strike Tuesday clean with the Lord and tell the ,
flared International truth." oeorge McKay and Johnny How- conference of First Methodist
sporadically since the at the Dana Corp., an automotive
Union of Electrical parts manufacturer In I At the point, Clark said, ell.Cub Churches.
Workers pulled out Its 180 pro. Marlon. The dispute was overJob "George started to cry and I scout troop 27 den 3 I i Linda Littlefield and Berna-

duction workers 96 days ago. classifications. asked him, 'what's wrong do held a father-mother banquet dette Black youth Delegates,
The IUE was attempting to win Leaders of the United Auto I you want to talk to Mr. Ben. at the Lions Den May 27 at will accompany Mr. and Mrs.
Its first contract at Essex. It Workers voted Tuesday to strike son? 8 p.m. The Indian theme was I Ken Fether to Lakeland ThuiV

had replaced the Teamsters today against the big White ,The Benson to whom Clark re. carried out with table decorations day to attend the annual con-

Union as bargaining agent at Motor Co plant In Cleveland termed was an Army intelligence _. _- .._-- _._---- ... of Indian dolls, ference.
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teepee
Essex. Ohio. agent at Ft. Hood William B. ,
fllllsdale county's 3 .000 resl. A wildcat strike over dlsmls. Benson Jr., who has testified he TWENTY EARS AGO-This panoramic view of the Normandy invasion shows the joint and canoes. The boys enter
dents were put under a curfew sal of four employes two of obtained an alleged confession operations of the Allied armie and navies on D,Day, June 6, 1944 More than 250,000men tained the parents with an Indian MEMORIAL DAY
order. Two near rlUs have occurred them union stewards occurred I from Gessner as he sat In the made the landing on the French coast which broke the back of the Nazi war machine. program. Danny Hall was I The American Legion Auxiliary -
at the plant and both last week White Motor, makers post chapel with Clark. Benson presented with a gift is he Is Unit 146 and members of
strikers and workers have been of trucks and buses, employs said he recorded their conver. leaving the Cubs and Is going Post 146 held a joint Memorial -

Injured. Romney :Arranged to about 3,300 UAW members. satlon on a concealed tape re Ranger Commander Makes Into Boy Scouts. The buffet i day service at the Baptist
station upward of 1,000 National corder. SalingerGets style dinner was prepared by cemetery last Saturday In honor

Guardsmen In the city four Under cross-examination by the boys, which consisted of baked of veterans various wars
times the original number. Ernest J. Rice chief defense who are resting there. Rev.
ham baked ,
The union assailed Romney'sreopening CouncilBusiness counsel, Clark said he was Trip Back To Omaha BeachEDITOR'S apples potatoes tossed greenbeanssplced salad Richard Howe gave the feature
order as an attempt aware Benson obtained the tape Nod speech. Graves of sold-
to Influence the course of bar. recorder. rolls butte, Jello delight, '
gaining. The governor denied Asked what he considered NOTE Every Col. Earl Rudder to Gen. Omar and Iced tea. Attending were: iers were marked with floral
It. privileged beteeen a minister commander worries about "ac, N. Bradle)'. Mr. and Mrs. PhUlp Crews sprays made by members of the

Picketing violence also erupt. It was announced at Council and his communicant the chap. For Senate cidents of the terrain"-an un. Assignment: Land 200 men: and son Lane, Mrs. Satin Heath! auxiliary. ,
ed In cities In Wisconsin and In. meeting this morning that Car* lain replied: expected ditch a patch of hid. on a difficult shelf, scale a lOC and son Charles, Mr. and Mrs.'
dlana. ence Bauchsples was named "If he says, 'What I am tell. den swamp that can lose a bat. tout cliff and destroy Earl Taylor and sonJacky,Mr. SURPRISE
In West Allls, Wis., striking chairman fo the Zoning and Planning Ing you Is between us,' then It Is SAN FRANCISCO (AI') i ii tie. There was nothing unex. guns trained so.they Germs.it 1 and Mrs. Ralph Hendry and son: Col. and Mrs. George Child
steelworkers and police fought Board. H.B. Watkins Jr., privileged. Otherwise It Is up to I i, Pierre Salinger, hoping to move 1 pected in what a Texan faced I I to pieces any troops landed onI Byron, Mr. and Mrs. Gene ers were disturbed a week ago
at the Pressed Steel Tank Co. was named vice r t h a I r man I I the minister to decide! If the. from the White House to Capl. 20 years ago. What he faced I I I Omaha Beach. Stone and David and Mr. Saturday evening by a truck
Two matter is privileged." tol Hill on California votes today made a man sweat I son
men were hurt. Five and Mrs. Dorothy 'No soldier in my command
Gregg
as se. wanting to drop off 12 or 15
and Mrs. Earl Hall and son
pickets were arrested. cretary. Clark said he understood GelS.I captured a sharply contest. has ever been wished a more
Police Chief Louis Reinsch It was also announced that the I ner was being quetloned prln.,, ed Democratic senatorial nom COLLEGE STATION Tex.i difficult task than that which befell ci Danny great big watermelons at their
said the fighting broke out as I board recommended that the application clpally about his absence with.,, Inatlon. I(AP) "First time you men.i. the 34-year-old commander Lincoln Ave. home. The Col.
police tried to escort newly' of Mrs. Richard L. out leave. The former press secretary 'tloned It, I thought you were I of this Ranger force," Gen.: GRADUATION expressed some of his Satur-

hired Marquette University stu.' Fleming for a home occupation I, Gessner was indicted in March I for Presidents Kennedy and 'trying to scare me," said Lt. Bradley wrote In his book, "A A total of 24 students were day night surprise by declaring -
dents Into the struck plant. license in Block 9, Tier 8, be II i 1902 on six counts of transmit.,, Johnson was promised a united Soldier's Story." graduated from Immokalee High! he was In the Ford Car
The steelworkers walked out: denied. The Council turned down i ting restrict nuclear tnformaUon. Democratic support In Novem. New recognition of Rudder School Thursday night with sales business not In the watermelon -
April 1 after rejecting the com. the request as recommended.A ber by the man he edged out, Board now president of Texas AtM! mo re than 450 friends relativesand business before he
pany's offer on a three.year request by Walter T. Damon State Controller Alan Cranston, Forestry University and a Reserve ma. citizens In attendance. As had a chance to learn that Fr.
contract, van for temporary home occupation and state party leaders. Jor general will come Friday
had failed
Cox to alert him
school
Son Is Born To superintendent WJ5.
,
t license wa granted. The; They, will aim to smash the when he becomes an official
political, Meets TomorrowIn Reynolds passed the diplomas I on this delivery, and that his
permit was for one year. aspirations of former representative of the UnitedStates
NY Orders 1,000 Jerry Finger actor George Murphy, the Republican to mark the 20th ann i. to the beaming andexcitedgra- car port had been selected for

Mayor Archie Turner was au., At Ga. winner. versary of the Allies' crash duates. Stepping forward 10 receive the watermelon sta-
More PolicemenTo thorUod to continue negotiations; Albany, Salinger: who bounced Into Fort MyersThe through Into Europe in World the coveted diplomas and I tion" In Lehigh Acres.

to execute quit claim deeds with, Airman 2nd Class and Mrs. the race on the last possible War n. lie Is in the d'legationheaded have their cap tassel shifted I Mr. and Mrs.Jack W. John
the School Board In re-locating; Gerald A. Finger are the pa.' day and couldn't even vote for quarterly meeting of the by Gen. Bradley and were: Nancy Mae Dlshop son, oniefferson Avenue in lcnnniokalee -
Go On DutyNEW 22nd Avenue North and open. rents of Christopher Allen Fin. himself, because he's not regls. board of directors of the flor- appointed by President Johnson Fleeta Lucille\ Blackburn Mit- were offering the melons
from ger who bora tared California, rode to vie. ida Forestry Association will to attend ceremonies In France.To .
ing<< a passage way the senior was May 15 in tie Marlene Canova Alice Jo- for a Deanery Youth rally
YORK (AP) Nearly high sthool to the south. Albany Ga. Mrs. Finger Is the tory on ballots from populous be held Thursday, June 4, at prepare his troops Ruddertrained ann Conyer Alma Lorena Dot- last week and since this was
former Ella Nora Los Angeles County. the Inn In them on the stony cliffs
flagon of Na. Holiday Fort Myersat
1,000 |polIcemen soon will be A resolution pies. The latest returns from 30,199 1CH30 of the Isle of Wight. Ropes with son, Kathryn Gall Downs, Billy)I the end of the season the me
mech. a.m.
patrolling New York 'City's concerning Driver Janice Ellen Glldden Ions had to be delivered there
'of ,
anlcs of The baby's 32,861 precincts gave Salin.grir grappling hooks and ladderscarried I ,
a pay plan for City I grandparent are Virgil Davis of the Amer-
streets and subway on an overtime Elaine hoping would keep for the
I Joyce' they
Mr. I,00f,3l2 Cranston Glldden Mary
employees was adopted. It also I and Mrs. W.A. Hogud! and I 952,230. ican by amphibious trucks
bade In a campaign to h 1tIIttwks included Items of vacation times Mr. and Mrs. ''C.C. Finger both Earlier, Salinger Was buoyed Agricultural Chemical were to be used in scaling the Cosslna Goodwin Sherry Elgin I rally. The Chllders\ carportwas
by Negro!; hOilltl urns on and work on legal holidays.A residing In Naples. 'b y telephoned best wishes from Corporation chairman, will Normandy ell/Is. The trucks Her tin, Boyd Hodges, Sam Dee selected for the "pointof
whites President Johnson and Mrs. conduct the meeting on marketIng proved useless. Layne Jacquelyn Lynnette transfer" only they didn't
The additional, patrol were study :r'tt proposed; seawall John Ftf KkJimddy. That led him of forest products In central "As Rudder cloned in on Lynn Lamar Pollock Hilda A. know about It.

ordered F Tuesday by Mayor Robert permit im ISlh Avenue, South, U.S. 17 Sinkhole to i ii cautiously cjilm' victory, be. and south Florida. Polnte du Hoe, enemy artillery Reyna, Blllte Jo Rhodes, Ted I The Johnsons were
who
Wagner, said "I was ('onllnupdwhen COUIK 11 menu fofe,...the i be!*Luted i MM i ,Angelei Toe DlgMlght, ,o the.meet Ing raketj his landing craft," Brail: Randall Roebuck" James Ed f- erous In their verYfen-
am determined ire to ,
have law unit order we In this going city bers asked for an importunity to i Blocks Traffic", : j County results finally ,11j\\.jetj!;\ will be a luncheon at 12:3%\ ley wrot ward Shellabarger.ElalneLlttlefleld watermelons, so there were two
rolling in.Arrivinr1Ir. "As '
the
visit the site before taking ac.tlon. at which SenatorElmerO.Fnday ;: Rangers went 'up the
"
of ours WINTER HAVEN AP-V.S. Thomas Vickie Cheryl i or three extra--large choice
( hand ,
-San Francisco wm''be. the ropes over hand, the en.
The order came two days aft 17 main. highway ,. principal Valcourt Julian watermelons leave for the
between the I from Los Angeles after midnight speaker. Paul amy dropped greiuladcs on their I Williams,,
er the Memorial Day weekend No action was taken on a pro central Florida cities of,WinterlIaven the /rtt-mer White IlotiwprestWfJuilrv will welome Mayor. Delegation I Myerj heads. A destroyer raced In and j Prlscllla lllene Williams and I Colonel's surprise and trouble -

hooliganism on four subway posal to bottle water main ex.1 and Bartow, developed i a I ,' (old cr6df>f of large swept the top of tho cliffs with Iris Leona Worth.' Now Father Cox hopes "
trains and a Staten Island fer. tension agnvmcnt with Ed Frankin sinkhole that blocked, all traffic 700 Gflitttiefti" at d Nob Hill newly elected representatives her guns. Friday afternoon at the high George and Jerry like watermelons
rYe Bands of Negro tel'II'lICl'rllterrorll.e.I. today. aitd.'ncumbentsfrom\ the
i Naples Heights subdivision I hotel I"Let "Within five minutes after school auditorium. Principal, I
whites. rolled and boat I'City Manager Vince Wood told; The State Highway Patrol re. me say that It appearsas ten southwest 'and south central they had landed the first Rang, Frank Warrlner handed out rrlday. May 29, found a fifth
Council that number of years ported the sunken portion I If we kVk won the eta'tlon. Florida cpuritfes.: Reverend er had bellied over the top. Se C- awards to the following stu- grade classroom unexpectedly

000 Wagner(Mtrolmen alto to onleied weir their all mil.20,- ,'could pass before the City couldcollect stretched tram edge to edge of II I Let me t>Vr it appears, because Raymond 11.Horn will give onds later his companionsswarmed dents Athletic awards went I happy. Because the class was
"
I in water the road. forms to and from work. Moot revenues, Rudder's boat to boy Lamar Potluck girl, primarily made up of children
In the
was first
throughnulMhu state. to
to off ,
'enough
travel by subway. : pay the agreemerit. Sinkholes have occurred oftenover a Ho rannrwd that President I I reach shore, official Army records Jackie Lynn; Science Gwen who do not spend the full year

lie ordered a .I\4tId.up In the lIen revealed that Frank hud of. central Florida In recent I Johnson Lc41hIMts.' Kennedy hadalled show. Warriner; Home Economics; here, a room mother had never -

Installation of an exK| >rlmeiital J feied to settle the account at s Irate years. Some, at least, have been c him In Los Angeles withheir Picnic PartiesAt About noon of D-Day, Rudder Elaine Demon; Band PatM Ez- been appointed. There were
two.way radio network In subway of 70 cents on the $1. Wood attributed to the action of undl'r.rroulld ,t go6d wishes for his ap. sent this message: elle and Kathy McCany; Actlvltles only about a dozen left In the

trains. One Manhattan sub. was advised to attempt settlement rivers washing away the parent victory over State ConAssociated Vanderbilt "Location Polnte du Hoe Cecelia Black; Typing, room and no one was giving an
line Is to soil until Its surface .
way expected get suiha cav..ln.east .
"A. 'd mission
.. M accomplished end-of
In 'of :CO; cents on the $1. lie need I Joyce Glidden Library Fleeta -school party for them.
system four to six months.
was advised to consult further- Press returns from ammunition and reinforce, Blackburn. Once asaln: the American Legion -
Wagner expressed mmcmover with Frank The amount the 24,183 of 32,861 precincts gave Bring Squawks merits Many casualties." Several out-of-town persons Auxiliary Unit 146 cams
the antl.white rampages of I City: is obligated, but not legal.: .west' utility easements In Salinger 811,772, Cranston 563,. About three hours later camea attended the graduating exercises to the rescue and a handfull
Negro rancs.- but he added: ly bound to pay until water use Block 22, Tier 0, Naples Manager 558. Complaints residents or Van. reply: "No reinforcements 1 of ,
"There are other gangs In the Wood out that derbilt Beach about available." Thursday night towltness I children went home happy
pointed A cars
revenues are forthcoming! was a pro. short while before, Cov. Ed. driving
city besides Negro and Puerto said to be $4,000. Wood, also posed building will rover the area round G. Brown-who endorsed L up and down the beach, fires and I Relief came on J>,.Day plus2. the graduation of Miss Iris I after having cake, punch, candy
Rican: there are white gangs." revealed that cither men agree and that utility firms had no opposition Cranston commented, "The picnics on private property re. 'Th battalion had suffered more Worth They were Mr.and Mrs. and even a gift for their
Civil rights leaden have deplored menls with subdivision devil to the proposal. l people> now apjieir' to have toldus L celved a sympathetic ear from I than 50 per cent casualties and Forest Walker, Mr, and Mrs. teacher, Mrs. burns Mrs.
the attacks, but s.i>' d'us. open obligated the City to about the prefer Salinger" County Commission yesterday, 1 Rudder him self had been Lorenzo Walker Mr and Mrs. Rosemary Pementor was on
tratlon of Negioe In their $03,000.: Cranston remarked, althoughnot but little in the way of a solution I wounded three times. R.L. Walker and son HlIJen! hand to serve the children

search for adequate education, It This morning's meeting open| conceding, "if Salinger Is to the problem. Rudder received decorations Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Hum. Happy anniversary to Billy
employment and housing<< Is ie.sponslble. was agreed by Council that: ed at 8:30 with a showing of the the winner, u* It appears' I will Both County Attorney James R. t from three countries Includingthe phries, and, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon and Norma Mays who celebrated
any agreement reached with I film 'Napleeliectiscovered"lroduied be supporting him." Adams and Sheriff E.A. "Doug"lIenry I Distinguished service Cross Thest
and son Bobble all 1 their first anniversary
Wagner met with police and Frank will Influence other de b>' the Johnson Motors and Cr.nihton, Salinger and Brown admitted they have no I the United States' second high, of wedding
Transit Authority olflclaU for 'v"loJler.| the Greater Naples Chamber ofComnien all predicted the part would I legal authority to stop action cited I
an hour and then annoiimed' '. c lose i'auks to defeat Republl' in the complaints which take(,lace He later commanded an In.fantry Miami Mr. and Mrs. Buddy( forward to that day 50 years
that within two dan SCO i'it' The 15 minute film covering c-un winner George Murphy, the on private property. I IHendry regiment which helped Parker of Fort Myers andjoe hence when his wife will pre

patrolmen would be assigned to Water main extensions inFrank's bj air, car and motor lio.it, the formei actor, In November. said if someone built 1 I repulse the last major offensive Worth. sent him with a gold ring.
the streets and 200 transit po Subdivision Tacoina I Naples area, reielunl the heart\ The I'ortl3 \ear old Salln. a fire In Ilendry's front yard he 'of the Germans the Battle of
lire to the suLmaM, both !groups; !Park and Sun Terrace wereacreptecl approval of spectitors and requests (get, whose campaigning on tinIni.cge : would swear out a warrant for an I the Bulge. N \MCD CHAIRMAN
on overtime. i bj' Count ux| >n reiom' arrest. This V..M. Littlefield was elected
for distribution time. of the 1 late President, Ken, statement was madeas Bailey
Each patrolman on the roue mend.ltltlnll of City Manager a -- Hones For
It was announced that within neduppurenth paid 1 olf, said I suggestion to what Vander. -
will be required to work an ex Wood. the next month ('(pules will !1w he'd lie out at 5 01.11tod...)'. bllt Beach residents could do In a Prayer AmendmentTo
tra eight-hour tour from 0 a.m. ratly for |Ixiblic US11le cost launching his general election I I Icamnpa similar sItuation
to 2 a.m. every 20 dol)'. Council voted favorably on an of showing the film on u lending ago. He also suggested that resl. Constitution

ugioentttiit with Dig Cj press Gull basis will tit' small limited to "There is no (one in the slate I dents along the beach could ( ,
and Countn Club for well Bites mailing dl.lrgesI'holl sent out of II ho wants to jo in the direction "post" private property In ac. School) TALLAHASSEE (AP- State
in return (or furnishing cit) tolnI was 1''I'CI.t"tI.CClunc'I1I11.II1 | ot George Murphhe de- cordance with Florida Statutesand said Supt. Thomas D. Bailey
he
EXCLUSIVE AT R&R water to lesldcnt of the aiea 1'1.1I'l'll. then request arrests for hoped Congress would
and the i lul>. Cr.lIIslolI hail, tiken an early, trespassing. pass a constitutional amendment
Wood iwtnted out the Clt\ was Jot-1 KuiwiberR, lead, 1 hut Salinger quIckly' Commissioner Glenn Allen reported In about Bible reading and prayers
Our Special i In a position tc iiicrease waterie I. who flew In 11'oni Newoik for taught ui'. The \BC and CBS I s number of complaints 4L The public schools
Individuality venues In tlieaireement. He also the 11I1'(>1 1 nit. 1111\| .ke bilefU In the telesis, 'networks gave him I which had been registered with U.S. Supreme Court ruled
mentioned that the Hole In the icily session iboiit the \\rold's the noimiutinn about 9 him by residents of the area. He Monday that Bible reading In
p.m.
in. \Vall Golf Club, where a slimlirairangemont Fair. \ou will fyI two qiilikImutesslons TlWs.lr.Incumbent I furnished Attorney Adams with i Florida public schools was un.

had been nude m. ," said KupeibriR, Semi Clan m tngle,, names of some residents and .1A1r Supreme constitutional revering a State
GIFTS found the city water useful overthe 'first that It Is fantastic and. abe hiiinlrew from the lacetoo I suggested a letter explaining the In Court decision.
last 120 clays \without rain I ocoiullv it is e'l11t'1I511" Liteto ft ,i"e his name from the''position of the Commission In the a statement Tuesday Ball.
fall. He disc'i'Ibed brtellv a iiuniK'i ballot .timed. So did pension1 situation. X said, "Because of the great
Accessories L c infusIon
and
of of hich ate advocate misunderstanding
exhibits some George. MrLaln ol Us
Antiques Council agreed to relo .ite free. Angeles. EII.It'.s;| she hat en CORAL GABLES. Fla. UP) which has arisen In the minds of
many
..lorH"l Sij'tCCiMurplit ;: | John Tracy told poluc hr ... ,ctorred people I hope the Congress .
'ni "''at out San L al a red light when a this will offer to the people of
INTERIORSFurniture ,. nation I a constitutional
iii Francis I imn < 'r 1.-11:1011\.1'l ', mart got out of the ar !b *hmd amendmellt
NAPLES to clarify this Is.
s r and t UI i 111'1, Kansas Go\'.. him walked up and a:1ppfo1: ,ue."
fred Hall.
>r Tric 's face. A
> House
MIAMI
Upholstering AP ticuie- in. 21 104 nl( s;...qgPf ; subcommittee was
Tracy said the v.'un, rn tJ lormed to study the
Draperies I ; in:' I- \i .; Mm I : ; In: 4V7 '33 been following 11.>se!*' 1' kils.M !04 0'
i .1 I 11,11 I | |3.048.. for '
New Year car several miles, lhl': to .
Carpeting Round Daily Schedule prayers and other de.votlonal
exercises In pub.

Naples To Miami 25"::, Off on Expert Hair llf sf-hools.
Bailey
Ofl1)L') ( 7:45 AM. 1 11130 1 AM. 3.45 PM.: Bleaching, Tinting and Hair Froltin,. schools close said this week since for Florida sum.

L\\ 1. ''1 Jnc.jJJiJ ) Miami To ., -ThU Week Sp< \. NapUl policy would not be manIfested .
I ;O'J.,. 211 \ '15 lPfo";"" Permanent I until the next school

.t >. Cosiisetloss, .slid I R'.nallon,J1l t." .' say, ," .hlt'1"I"1.' th...'world:... 'w I Wave R'f.! U5.00 $12.50 &( \ term.

I ( NAPLES AIRLINES ___. __..__IncluOt Hair Cut & llyl
1290 Third St. So. Tii :MrV I \. |I'dyHsit' | Cut! Makes your set found World's oldest insects were
Member Naples Airport 150 miles north of the
Concourse .
3
I Miami Airport stay better anH k.rp th. frui out of
your permanent Arctic
American Institute MI .-tlU NE 44811 QUEEN: ON TOUR Caiolyn King, of' Rartow Circle in 1956. These

Interior D'llrn. ('il, ''kaceteiflic 1 ., ,.. mvel' Aft fy 4 Cornn WILLS HAIR FASHIONS national \\att'I'ml'lnn. queen foau'i this month on mere Alaskan Impressions discoveries, but were actual not

--- nil cam A.. .. Pa.". IiII ',7411 a national tour She u 'PC'' ,'d by thC \Vat-r specimen embedded In

melon Grute'a &: l Distribuf 5 ..\SSOl' .ltwn: amber 60 million years ago.






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Richard Boone Wednesday, Jane I, 1t64 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3



I'ctrLe Bids FarewellTo


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,AP) lt's>
goodbye Hollywood, for Richard
I"B Bone, ----r
The moving van have pulled
up before his westslde home, __
:'> MARTIN ___
) JANE [ his art have been shipped, and
I next Monday he shifts to
his new residence on the I island

When Judge and Mrs. Ora I. Wildermuth aw the if !! of After Oahu,14 Hawaii.years as a Hot1)wmdactor

picture in The News of singer James McCracken expanding Including service in three

his chest to 54 inches they could only think: "My, television series, Boone Is mov.
ing his wife and
10.year.old
how he has grown," They knew Jimmie McCracken, son to the Islands Th.it doesn't Bon t tSI

of the fire chief in Gary, Ind., and he was a pupil of mean he's relegating Mm self

Mrs. Wildermuth at the Horace Mann High School there, palms to i life and of pineapples ease among the

McCracken, a dramatic tenor, has been with "1 am not capable of retiring .

the Metropolitan Opera for some time, but not until he ," he explained. "I'm mere

made a triumphal tour of Europe last year did he receive ly shifting to a place my base that Is of only operations 4'' i a

star billing. The Wildermuths have kept in touch with hours away from Hollywood by

Mr. McCracken and his wife and are delighted with jet I expect" to be her often,
If producer call me, and 1 hope
achievement. They are ardent opera fans and have they do." our

become quite well acquainted with some of the starslike He also Miles to be working r'. t'e N ,

Dorothy Kirsten' Jan Pierce, Ed Johnson and Lily Pons. wYo....... bltlou-j In the Islands.plan In mind.Ho has an am.

Gary, Ind., has the distinction of being the first of AS THE SUN SET S-
city The carefree ipint of youth 'Is evident U these children, "I think I've learned the pro.
Las than 500,000 population for which the Met performed race for home is the sun QOCI down. Picturesque scene was photographed it Oakland N,J. duct inn side of our business

and the University of Indiana the first col prt'ttyelll'd be pretty IItU.
was pld If 1 hadn't" he said "I
sMNank t'wmar Fav WIIII
lege. want to establish a film studio

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maddock came down from WilliamsRhodes GoodlandNews In Hawaii with the purpose til a Jiv'r; ,
producing features and television
.
Elyrla, Ohio' to accompany/ Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Waite on IMMOKALEE In a candlelight pieces made of circles of yellow series and providing a base !! !!, '

their fourth trip north aboard their boat. The Maddocks ceremony, Miss Priscilla roses covered with short for cither movie companies that -- ---- ---- --_._--, ,___. v

I and Mrs. Waite will leave the boat at Tarrytown, N. Y. Ulene Williams and Earnest veils of illusion to match their come"The to Idea Hawaii would for be locations.to build FLETCIIER KNEBEL
Gene Rhodes dresses.
Mrs. Waite plans her in law and exchanged vows BY KATHERINE KIRK two sound
visiting son- daughterin stages--< e for shoot-
and rings before an altar decorated Allegra Howe, flower girl,
Cheshire, Conn., before going to Ohio. In the mean with palmswhiteglad- was dressed In pink nylon chiffon lug and one where sets would Fletcher Knebel To Deliver
t be prt'parld-plu. an office
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time, Mr. Waite with two 1 15-year-old grandsons, William loll, white and lavender mums over taffeta with a shirred 111" I complex. It would have to be

Benedict and Don Waite Jr., will take the boat aroundto In the First Methodist Church. cumberbund and a nylon Beverly Brawner has returned on Oahu because of transporta
Vermilion Ohio. The Rev. Richard Howe per- lace cape Jody Thomas was toGoodland,after spend lion Also, the film lab It there, Commencement
Address For
formed the May 29 ceremony. ring bearer. ing several days at the Naples and the four television Matlono
During the summer the Waites plan a cruise In The bride Is the daughter of Jerry Rutledge was best man. Community I Hospital. She Is up! can provide tape and other fa.

Georgian Bay. In September they will dock at the World's Mr. and Mrs. LawrenceJ.Wil Lawrence Williams, Jr and but not around, as the mos cllltle.

Fair marina to sight-see and visit with their family before llama of New Market Road. Virgil Salmon were ushers. quitoes have buffaloed. Bev for"The film studio locations would It would be a boon Miami University Of OhioOXFORD
riveeOlllnanl.
The groom Is the son of Mr. For her daughter's wedding, is alerglc to mosquito bites,
back ..
lets to In
coming to cover lisa
Naples.A and Mrs. Cassey F. Rhodes of Mrs. Williams chose a tucked and when the bugs are out,
casbod weather within
Pompano Beach. bodice printed voile dress with Bev ain't. be; 01110, Fletcher laude, having been elected to
WEDDING COMING UP two hour they could shoot.
Mrs. J.H. Black, organist, a lavender orchid corsage and Also spending three days at Ing indoor Time lout by weather Knebel( veteran Washington Phi lets Kappa in his Junior
Chris Morse is one excited young lady. She is to played traditional selections. white accessories. the hospital! was Christine Dick- can be murder on a bud. correspondent and co-author of year. lie worked on the campus
be the junior bridesmaid when Sandra lanshart is mar Abe Skinner, vocalist, sang A reception followed In the ford. get" two !Vst-seUers, now living in newspaper The MlamlStu-

ried In Bartow, Fla., June 13th. Also Chris will assist her "Whither Thou Goest" and fellowship hall of the church, Franks and ports G ldley a retaking Naples, will deliver the com dent, which claims to be the
"The Lord's Prayer". which was decorated with white a much deserved rest mencement address and receivean nation's oldest college news-
mother, Mrs. Philip Morse Jr., and grandmother, Mrs. Given in marriage by her father gladioli, white and lavender and vacation Right now they Lutherans Plan honorary Doctor of Letters paper He Is a member of

H. K. Olliphant when they give a large tea June 10th the bride was attired In mums. are In North Carolina, and are degree! at his: alma mater, Miami Sigma Chi fraternity, one of
for the bride elect. a floor-length gown of white me Dride's: table was cover. slowly making their way to New Tampa WorkshopTAMPAA University Ohio, at Its the three early Miami-found
... .. .,..... _. _
tAl'''' ftv. .ff. .t ed with a lavender linen 125th annual eounnencementexercIses ed known the
Miss Lanehart, a recent graduate of Queens College, cloth England, They will spend sometime Worship Work- groups throughout
fara skirt; was of net and;; fashioned and overlaid with white net. there, visiting old friends shop will and here June 7. fraternity world as the Miami
Charlotte bring
N. C. has pastors
spent several summers In Naples In front to reveal foamy A three-tiered wedding cake and relatives. church musicians lie has announced the title Triad

She is marrying William Loan Jr. Mr. Logan receivedhis nylon net pleating. The gown was topped with a miniature Jeanette and Art Crelg start June 5-6 from nearly to Tampa one hundred on- of his commencement addressas Knebel went from college to

diploma from Davidson College. While the ladies featured a scalloped necklineand bride & groom. Punch was for Chicago Saturday morning, LutheranChurch In America "Commence What?" a newspaper Job on the Coates-

are occupied with the wedding in Bartow, Mr. Morse and long sleeve ending In cal- served from a crystal punchbowl where they will spend the sum congregations in Florida. Knebel was Washington villa (Pa.) Record. lie work
la lily points. She wore a necklace by Miss Joyce Ann Rhodes mer, and Slim Dowler will soon Included In this second annual respondent for Cowles Publications ed for the Chattanooga News
Cottia will
son join forces with Mr. John Pulling and of a miniature gold cross, Miss Jackie Lynn, Mrs. be heading back to Russells school will be members of Altar Washington editor of and the Toledo News-lie be
Alec for a week of exploring and fishing on Grand Cayman a gift from the maid of honor. Abe Skinner and Mrs. Curtis Point, Ohio Guilds who will learn more LOOK magazine and author of fore going to Washington for
Island. Her three-tiered and the syndicated column Potomac the Cleveland Plain Dealer In
veil of silk Massey. Joe Edith Daly left Thurs about the care of the chancelof
Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Lorentzen were in Gainesville Illusion fell from a tiara of The bride's book was kept b yday morning for Flint,Mich.,to the church and vestments Fever until he walked away 1937. He switched to the Washington
Ga. for Andrew seed pearls. She carried satin Miss Peggy Rhodes. spend the summer.Joe declared Sessions will be held in Good from a 30-year newspaper career staff of the Cowles Publications -
Jr.'s graduation from Riverside Military covered Bible topped witha For her wedding trip to South he would not leave this summer Shepherd Church (501 S. Dale recently to move to Naples in 1950 and became
(
Academy. Later this month Mrs.. Lorentzen will take lavender throated white orchid Carolina the bride changed to but when Edith started Mabry) beginning Friday even- and devote most of his LOOK'S Washington editor In

Andy, Louise and Rowena to visit her family in Irvine, corsage with white satin blue schlffll embroidered dress talking about grandchildren, ing and closing Saturday after time to fiction-writing. 1954.
Ky. streamers tied in lover's knots and Jacket with white accessories Joe changed his mind very noon. He is one of five receiving lie has been 1964 president
with Lily of the Valley. quickly! Leaders will Include honorary degrees Sunday. Receiving .of the Washington Gridlror
Mrs.
Mrs. Stratford Mills left Monday for Maggie Valley, Miss Bill-Jo Rhodes, sister The bride was graduated this Emily Remington of the degree Doctor of Club

N. C. In July her son John will be in New York from of the groom was maid of year from Immokalee High Ga.. and the Hev. Raymond Augusta A., Letters (Litt. D.) with him will lie won the Sigma Delta Chi

t Honolulu on an annual business trip for the Revlon Com honor She wore a street- School where she was treasurer Petrea, chairman of the Worship be KerUieth M. Grubb, president award for best magazine/ reporting -

pany. Mrs. Mills will meet him In New York and they length dress of sheer greenchiffon of hersenlorclassandtrea- Church Pays Committee of the Southeastern of the Itoston Publishing of 1955 for Ills article
of the firm of Allyn and Oacon President Elsenhower'sheart
over taffeta. She carried surer Future Homemakers Synod of the Lutheran Inc. on
will do the Fair together. a nosegay of yellow mums of America Church, and at Warner The degree Doctor of Laws(LL. attack. He won the Raymond
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hall will be missing from Miss Mltzle Canove and Miss Mr. Rhodes attended schoolsIn Robbins,Ga. pastor D.) will go to the baccalaureate Clapper Award Citation

the local scene for the next few months. They spend the Join Conyerwere bridesmaids. Arcadia and Immokalee and Tribute To The Rev Louis G, Golder speaker, the Very Hev. Paul L. of 1961 for exclusive revelations

summer in Clayton, N. Y. They were attired In street- served In the U.S. Marines.He of Ft. Lauderdale Is chairmanof O'Connor, president of Xavier of the Potsdam Papers
length\ dresses of sheer yellow now Is associated with his the Florida University, Cincinnati; John F.
committee. Other
Tonight Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Guenther are having chiffon over taffeta styled like father In the farm produce bus- members Include Mee, who 1s Mead Johnson Pro- When
Mrs.Joseph bake a butter-type
you
friends in for informal the maid iness. Pope JohnVATICAN fessor of Management at Indiana -
an time Their of
summer party. next honor. They carried llumley of Lakeland, Hugh Aldermen cake, place the hot baked cake
door neighbors,, Mr and Mrs. Carl Hertzberg, will be nosegays of bronze mums. Out-of-town guests were of Jacksonville, Harold/ University, and Andrew S. in the pins on wire rack to cool
among those attending. The Hertzbergs are here from The three,wore matching head- From Homestead,Mr.and Mrs. CITY (APP<>pe Sanford of Winter Park, and Iddings, Dayton, Ohio, lawyer, for five to ten minutes before
,
businessman
., J.E. Canova and son Joey Mrs.VJ Paul VI led the and traveler.
; Roman Catholic the Rev. William Jensen of removing them. This cooling
Chicago for a month. Sizemore Church Knetal, G rubb and Mee are "
Fearless, but Frightened and son Johnnie; today in homage to Jacksonville period .lIften." the baked
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hamilton leave Tuesday and will Mr. and Mrs. WJf. Douglas; Paps, John XXin on the first an.nlversary Miami graduates. Kncbel's bitter and makes turning out
Superb swimmers and fishers Dr, Roy Harkness and of hit death. daughter, Mrs. Mary Jeckoof eisieil.
be in Shreveport La. until fall."WE'LL daughters
,
are steller lions which EAST .
sea Clara Lynn and Cherry The pontiff descended Into the LIVERPOOL Ohio (AP) Washington, D.C., also attended
dive as deep as 600 feet for Ruth crypt beneath St. Peter's Dasl. The putor of nearby ltu.htownChrl.ti.n Miami. helen burton
BE BACK"Mr. food. A grown bull may weigha ; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ilea to celebrate Church, the Rev Jerry
a memorial
and Mrs. C. W. Jackson of the Canterbury Court ton and fearlessly charge a Baker. From West Palm Beach, Mass before the flower-decked U Deitch I I. making a big push Knebel and Charles W. Call-
but it Mr. and Mrs. Cecil G. Walker, in more than ey II are co-authors of "No
have man, can be frightenedoff tomb at Pope John. Then hw ways one for CLOSINGJUNE
set return date in October. the "
a
During summer and children High Ground In
published
EdwardCharles ,
by the mere opening of an Roy knelt for several minutes In al. money for 12 Sunday School
they will go to Cumbermere, Ontario, Canada, for fishingand umbrella. and Linda. lent prayer. room.Ie.. 1960| "Seven Days In May," 13th

may go to the Fair, but most of the time will be in" A succession of Masses fol. / has promised his 330-mem-( published In 1962 and on the
lowed ber congregation that, if the collection best-seller lists for a
Cleveland at the West Lake Hotel. before the tomb. One wag, year,
amounts 10 1300 or and "which
celebrated by Msjr. Loris Capo more "Convention. jumped -
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Brewer moved into their r.frAwI1J r. villa, who was pope John'i prorate he will "posh It In a wheelbarrow to the best-seller lists Immediately LITTLE COQUINA SHO'I..ell
new home on Putter Point Place this winter. They will secretary. to a depository' In Bail Liver after publication In

be spending eight months in Naples, and four in Utica, scheduled Another memorial at Sotto service 11 Monte was, pool."if I ned to esercia, I maya April Knehel from

N. Y. The Brewers leave this week for the north. Pope John's native village where Z'I-y..r-old well do minister it for the Lad the Miami In was 1934 graduated, summa cum Pine tut, ttt M. Se.

June 9th, Ensign Elizabeth Harman will be commis- farm.Ms brother still work their says.

sioned a lieutenant in the United States Navy. Shortly Pilgrim by the thousands

after, the will spend a two-week leave with her brother, thronged to the pope's birth ."

Lt. M. Lowrie Harman, and Mrs. Harman who are stationed place tains. in A the north Italian moun.
petition with 50,000 ilg.
at the Marine base in Pearl City, Oahu' Hawaii. natures, asking the start of a WEEK-END SALE !

Mr and Mrs. Samuel Harned leave the middle of beatification cause for Pope
John, was brought to
June for Scarsdale, N. Y., where they have an apart- Clemente Caddi of the Bergamo Bishop
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
ment. They expect to play a lot of golf at the Scarsdale ,. T- diocese, which Include. Sotto 11 -

Country Club and also see many of their friends in the Monte.Beatification
Is the first
area, going to and from the Fair --1 1py toward possible sainthood. step % 100 Were 3.95 NOW $2.50

Mrs. J. L. Olson is also leaving town the middle of It wa at dusk last June 3 that NAME BRAND Were 5.95 NOW $3.50
Pope John died at the of 81
the rmnth.:: She will continue work on her Master's Degree after four day of agony age froma ? Were 2.95 NOW $2.00

at the University of Indiana. Alexa Olson Is leaving stomach tumor.He BRASSIEUES: Were 2.50 NOW $1.75

about the same time for six weeks In Mexico City. She had reigned lea than five
years, but the work he began-
will livo with a Mexican family while attending classesat 'I the renewal and transition of Y '

the University of the Americas.Mrs. Roman Catholicism-lives on.

Jack Sweek with Teresa, Larry and Timmy are 1 nearly few 2,000 pope years In the made Church'so pro. Two Dozen 100,

driving from Pendleton, Oregon, and plan to arrive about found an impresilon. SWIM SUITS

the 1 15th. They will visit Mrs. Sweek's parents, Col. and tie summoned the Ecumenical DRESSES
Council to let
the fresh air
of
Mrs. J. E. Betts. Mr. Sweek will fly in later and then the ed r modern times into the Church.He New This Year

family will visit relatives In Virginia and Pennsylvaniaand hoped renewal r:4lh. Church Were 17.98 to 2500 On Sale Rack

see the Fair before returning to Oregon. ment would toward help the Chrlitlan growing unity.move i Now 10.98 to 14.98 MARKED TO SELL

Through word awl ""..., h..
ounces; and 2 pounds, 13 ounces.The showed himself an unc OII-ntl';.
Father Of FLORIDIANS "AT HOME" AT WORLD'S FAIR
Quads
couple has two other chll. al pope. He ventured freely from I
Dick Pope Sr. (left), a director of the Florida A few slips, hell slips,
dren, aged S and 5. the Vatican. He received a top LINGERIE SALE TABLE
Stunned By News Peloro, 35, a plumber, aayshe World's Fair Authority and Cypress Gardens Communist In private audience, PJ's, gowns, etc., reduced'
worked since owner and Alex Gordon Miami Soviet Premier Khrushchev' I
HEW hasn't last Novem. Metro commissioner "
YORK AP-"rm
( hap. nephew AUxel Ad thubel. NEW SHORTS. SHIRTS, AND DRESSES ARRIVING DAILYI,
py; I'm stunned," says the fain ber and his unemployment ben. and member of the authority's advisory < He
tr of quadruplets. hope God eflts ended two weeks ago. board, seem right at home amid the tropical flow- Earth"said In his that encyclical In "Peace on ,
certain
will ret me a good Job la the era in front of the Mackle-built Deltona home in Catholic situation
and
construction Industry." If you want to prepare vanilla Florida State Exhibition area of the New YorkWorld' Communist could
work
together for the common THE DOR-LEN
In SHOP
wile to use sweet biked
Salvatore Peloro' suir
Fair Thousands of Fairgoers each day good of man. II
and other
dcsierts
Maria, 30, fare birth to the products splita
pass through the two-bedroom home which is This brought him criticism
quad Tuesday. She and the in. couple of vanilla twine down a ,
Santa were reported In satisfac. the center; add then to five duplicate of one of 16 models being shown by the particularly In Italy after the i 854 Fifth Avenue, South

tory condition today. The boy pounds of su" in a tightly. Mackles at Deltona, the 15-000-acre) planned com Communist gain la a general party made election.strong But .
weighed 2 pounds, 1J: ounces and sJaMd tonuiw. Store tot munity on Interstate: M< between Orlando and pope John once said the I :, '" "
UM girls 2 pounds; 2 pounds, I several weeks before using; Daytona Beach. bad to be a father to all. pope ;! ,,'


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\nu sill home at sunset r
/ It? NEW YORK (APTussleto) small Iwat, feeling like c..111111
WEDNESDAY JUNE 3. 1964 rio LOS uublrA
L be grateful for in J bus returning from em h.Ulh'rI i

FEAR ILL L"VR' tiri tMl seas
I things young and I 1..11-. Stretching out at the edge III t ta
A .
Ways To Insure Life Of LeisureRecent __ Of colts and calves anti R'ive' null Htrejin with a Usher,
BIG e'edllIblls and romping I I'llI"' pule I held. In your dozing! hands,
'
... pies chasing \lutlt'l'rltOs! and not caring a whoop vthttier ,
carefully planned .:: Lvlng htI.\ grass wd IIP" the flail bite or swim oil t tTimbuktu. to
high school graduates may ((6)) Be certain the interviewer fully : Inc the drone ol .< win"\ 111'1'drO"'nhllf .
ei
be interested In the suggestions for. realizes that the company Is fortunate to t',. out the distant< wilt) Tremulous daughters In slum
.
.",. plane: a* yin link h.lo oJ merlng summer dresses .ming
warded by writer Paul Jones that are get a person of your ability and talent- t" r t lgtl.0r summer skx aril in to I'1" with mobil "bursts to walk tll

practically guaranteed to keep any of that a lot of other outfits are bidding for I' + I It your fortune In the
milk,w'htte clouds.
diplomas
them from getting a job The graduatewho you. All the tastes of sumim-i'- Oil ladles leaning fat .Irms

carefully follows the outlined stepscan ((7)) If a starting salary Is mentioned, T' corn on the roll SOlII'gra.s.great i ". on pillow in tenement window,

be almost certain of a summer-may react with pain and hurt surprise. Let red MM b>'iilM IH .M"1'.' as they slate down it the i pats'
Ml life below them
with sugar like miniituri lug street like
be even a lifetime of leisure. the Interviewer know right away that Fuji anus great ripe tomili'S wrinkled goililost, lartlcssolm

Here's the way to go about it: you expected at least twice that amount bursting with juice) that i runs .uikliul.Tlie\ .

((1)t) Show your individuality by affecting ((8)) Be sure to mention that you don'twant : down our thin hup Hint"1' llf (pace at, the office slows
: small boss leaves
watermelon In whirl: i down a!* the eaiHer) :
a Beatle haircut and other touchesof to work on Saturdays. Get a list r boy tan lmi\. hH late fi nut: ,'.t II' In the .i ft PI'noon for an imimf; ,

distinction which make it clear you of the holidays the company allows (make AGGRESSOR 1'I to ear taut conference with an lni|>or'
Having the > ulr nun tell tint customer, taking his cult
n | (
have of Be a sure it's with ) and be helpful by
a personality own. suggesting
your pay \lou, "No, I dim t tliliik \III'U dub! .IIIIII-jusl In use. %
little sloppy in dress, too a few more the firm would do have to buy a tow JII''olllIlIon) I : \ViUiig In the moi'nlnt. ti,

((2)) Show up late for all job Interviews well to add to the list Ing: unit this ten Till om find tint vinir wife Ins .ilio.uligot
ought to hold out ok.iv through up and plowed the loan
Let the Interviewer know you'renot ((9)) Make certain it Is clearly under September," Bully for hi'i. Good oil, klillSiitiiiR

particularly anxious to go to work. stood that you expect a raise within a Young couples| \ IlllllUlIf ll.llllSelf ; on the f rout |coals! in

((3)) Pull a chair real close to the few weeks after starting work. Indicateit .c'liisdcush' l mi luck the clinieiicms" night! uul limn\
up
,
'
I benches as that \\,11'11, pig''''1l11 a tiinill child 1 inquire. 'ixulh .
interviewer, rearrange the stuff on his Isn't up to you to prove your ability! t .1 s i r. s 4 YYzTT Indulging III1,1<\ oiillsliili on win tacit t ton .'I'll ullinsl.it :

desk so his ashtray Is near you and lightup to handle the job so the company realizes !IIl'lIldl'\l'llk. 's iml I I'ul tlnMii in .i Scuttle
The ache of til\ '(>il mil lax a _just \\11\,' fll'I'nll': "
a cigarette. This shows you are at some profit from your work before a
g
ease and at home anywhere. Blow a raise is expected. Let him know the raises

little smoke In his face to prove it. should come first, then you'll think about gtt *l\K3vW2&m & ?&& *f2

((4)) Tell him frankly what you thinkis Improving your value to the company. WASHINGTON, ; NDi.tIS'M'ALL" 1

wrong with the firm. He may have Follow this routine and it's dollars to : : : '
': ,
a tendency to "blow his top," but if he doughnuts that a graduate will end up : BpSllESS: : :

can't take a little honest criticism well, with time to catch up on sleep in the ... Yi"C 'W1110', '( ,'H A',R Did:

he's too narrow-minded to fool around mornings, and polish up the ol' golf > ; '.., rr "

with. game in tha afternoons before going to Tu mi Aim, 'i'nan, at urli" i" mi." 'I am .NIIIIIII| nf nnpircntN '
till) decent people < n> ,f tin. I dress and nunmrii'
((5)) Make sure the company is broad- some party that night assuming, of : p'e'Ople mewl ImnifMMM" fuil- if a "I urn seldom c'iMmiilli'd In

minded about coffee breaks, long lunch course, that some class In school pro- The World TodayBy cninnumiul t nitimi i t" Hit. tiny I family! derislonn.: 'r"My parents:.
infill\ emit lit nun di .
file nn
in in I In Mhith iluldmt" ore
hours tardiness absenteeism and time vided instructions how to hold e ,.
on get JAMES MARLOWE \ road t lo ,11 pint 11 tin Hilt "n IsillllK.
off for business. down finance this life of their see
personal Bear on of enough dough to Attoclat.d Press N.ws Analyst pimnU
'\ f n'ews'By ? AtIH will Lute nut if Ihl
this. It will indicate have leisure.our _.__ _
career
you your I 1'r t per h chief ibjtitiux pi'i'pin'ill),
-- this the niiiul of youth to in'ei'11
We Like Us As Is WASHINGTON (AP-A quUetness Lodge, U.S. ambassador to THE ASSOCIATED PRESS not bets the e'mil'niiuiH IIIH nf i'miniumislie
_ has settled over the Johnson South Viet Nam, and many''' LONDON (AP) "My bus prlnlnt. ),11,11If'II 1 Id"IIII1IY I Ii* In llml dmtinyiinr

What are the heavy thinkers tryingto ugliness and with a chemical administration on the sub. aides and advisers band Is funny," says Mrs. Crou Rep. l loMiltv In the fiinily. ur
age ject of Southeast Asia. Yet, It .
This South Vietnamese war cho Marx, 'tout he's not funny Anhbroolc belief in uny lcltguoi.'l'hen nit
do to us? mask can't afford to sit and rock. had turned McNamara into a 24 hours a day" Ohio 'hl'l tin mental Minium cnmminus'

A chemist is suggesting that we So we face the intriguing prospect of President Johnson himself has regular commuter. In the past Mrs. Marx actress Eden pointed tie billed nil 1",111111"11." .
laid the whole area la at stake. two and a half years he had Hartford-Is in London with on the see
ought to be learning while we sleep by looking like zombies, competing with And the situation has been go. made five trips to'' Saigon and her husband to start a televl, of the (" KipHhlirimk also, piilnlid.

"utilizing the subconscious. heavy machinery for a living, and never ing from bad to worse. Tuesday six to Honolulu, Including this slon series rear, In out that a foremast ads. 'is i lie ..f
there was a double areas of child lirainwuHhinit U a lie Ct i
Scientists have come "i/p with a enjoying a moment's respite from deep I. Johnson had ordered vagueness.\ some one.From a number of those Ailing Judy Garland plans to nation. school c-w: Hmitr.. It, hisln.lm. a pn\i'lilatrlsl who

scheme to attach little motors to a man thinking. of Ms top people to a Honolulu Journeys he had !returned optimistic 'take a slow boat to the United children a similar are fashion being brainwashedIn all with the .t'or In a publish many ueneratliiiiM npieih Haiti HP,

and thus endow him with increased mus- It almost makes you wonder If the conference on what to do. It but not, recently, States," says Mark llorron, her benign approval of the I oiled' : have bowed our necks to' the
ended Tuesday with no recom. After the ,meeting) tyJS. offici. traveling companion. Mates Department nt lletllh of the 'lomiilion of oln"
cular power so he may be able to lift old lady not have had sometrnng; puke
may mendatloni announced. This all hinted mlllt.rrictlon might I lor run said today Miss Gar duration: ft WelfarerW so.
more and work harder when she said: "If the good Lord had was td be expected. be taken against'' ''North VietNam land Is very weak and an ocean lit fin", till'I eluted (hit tinpinlilini

Doctors are forecasting that a new meant for us to fly, He'd have given us t. Johnson told his news con. if it and Red" China con.''cruise will provide her with a their him nmn' u Uilimit' .' IIK! iv IK fneinit" dill.\ ,
Terence tuthinj new Tuesday, tlnue" to help the' fljWlng in chance to rest. lie wouldn say wide usage a series if |,Mih" I dun fiiini SKiillnwIiiK, nil
miracle liquid may be able to turn tired wings." He did : h the United States"Cannot South' Viet Nan and! Laos. when the 41 .year-old singer will log lew I II'MhTIII''i if 11'n banned I n ,Him'i nf ;IHIISIHHMIX, nitiin,

old faces Into fresh new ones and hide do Its full share Yet, at the ''same' time t they leave Hong Kong, but did say by such fancy minus" UK IllsYouth lux fut by ,initnlH Sinid..,.)
to meet the (Communist] cha.Iwwe ,. laid neither McNamara nor she'd probably spend a week lit I Imcnliirv Tisl ui\cn I by ttluml. in id div 1i.I"Hll..lId... I,
I' the Srienre Resrerch- Aaeucbales "met by priests.|
Rust "propbSed i plats"'t&e11'rhrge'1tie' Hawaii before returning tp \folywood. \-
r xomivikiiiK limidie-clH fl.ThU ,bbjICutUll iPA.Yr' '
sludlad : ,; Vf."' Arltf"h\ri"I'tt! .
qutKtinns. cu sl"It'lnl'nltll "If the rare In In lip find
will riDounc"
others ;! mean Johnson himself Washington Johnson said he which the mhi.ul child Is cup from Its rippling burden of
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS I ttiVltlt 1 *country bas de.; knew of no plans''' like' that. NEW YORK (AP) Former posed to give nn ''n'\1'1', Band and coil It munt br psihlatrlsl \".
elded on a more vigorous and Nevertheless, Rusk hn May President Dwight D, Elsenhow Him take Ihr ..rlg'
I I I far.rocMng'poIlcjr' in Southeast; 22, before going to1 Honolulu, er made an unannounced visit On the result i>f tlic''c rc- Inal rcKponslhilily
II II Acla.!Miilir I" hinted at the 'possibility of en. to the World's Fair to see a film piles the Inventory morp' on *
While* the !tJnited States" hall! Urging the waf '"If the 'Com.munlsti at the Johnson's Wax pavilion the child Is mud. Tin Ohio CiinucKHiiiiiii IN,mts
been ',?giving1'South VIe(' Name persist In their'course Eisenhower, who was applauded nil Hint li,'. thi.shi.Ini Is no unknown '
91.B million a day in aid, and, of .ggrelslon.1> 'I. on sight during his 45 For txiinii U'. in n lest twang ciuekmt| In fort In
Mp' more" than 200 of the 13,500 Whether this 'geadl: \ Intended minute stay at the fairgrounds mid, mid di\l.rd by a Uinjamm has held hikli pasts in llnilid

American military men there more as a psychological' deter Tuesday, expressed delight with ShuntIK. liver /SO Htatc Nation iillshmlx, such UK U fur'
t have been killed the fight deals with In, mints Hit diluted to plant the' nur 1 Unrclnr, .Otiiii nf tho)
rent to the Reds than is a reality the film, which
sods if billion III tht mind Win'Id He',,III
F +oAY i OI'IUlll/ut'1I( '
7 Sur North VietnameseCommunists
against the ternatlonal underst.1Rdlng.BATON .
still isn't clear.
etrCrLEEns or thildiin" Hilt, Hit sonn if former. |prradrni nf tin WulldFrderuuta
has deteriorated.By About all that seems! positiveat the slate'merits they nit, tusked '. for Mental Iliiilth
I last week all Southeast the moment is that the ROUGE, La. (AP- to comment HIM,n, mid it hi.inn'my" |"iisuknt ol'
OQ Asia looked in peril with the Untied States Johnson said Quote of the day: Son Jennlngs 000 World t'txle'i' Reds stepping up their attack In Tuesday about metting the chal. Randolph, D.W, Va., In My rather IH a tyrant .
Viet Nam and rampaging In lenge has ''no' Intention of a speech at Louisiana St,Ue Unl "I am ashamed of my fathrr :No' wonder people objnt In
Laos next door. abandoning Southeast Asia to verslty said Congress! is like a job" 'My parents neglect lediral bureaus getting Into
The United State could takea m." 'My parents d..n't trust lot III
communism. sports car, and explained: 'It (cduiatiini
/f\\ N"I.Id' iM'",14.,6 is.rmet ..,....,....:
definitely new step by bomb. In that same talk '12 days ago costs a lot of money and.makesa .n. I

-'" I ing the North Vietnamese sup. Rusk said, "We have made It lot of noise but it can t pass ..
G..rAlr. I ply depots. But what would the; clear that we are not going to anything" : ...
Red Chinese do In that case?
Just how much do you tip that kid?' abandon people! who are tryingto ", -
The Johnson administration
THE AMERICAN LEGION MAGAZINE not only didn't know that but It preserve freedom."their independenceand Todayln :::;;.:,

Accused should have fair trial didn't this know country what might the be reactionIn to en expressed There's another reason for good not but walk.un. WashingtonBy

.
Urging the war.It
ing out: It would wreck American '
I was at this point that John. Influence in all Asia and The

so should cameras in courtroomNOTHING Ion ordered the Honolulu meet perhaps with Its allies, too ASSOCIATEDPRESS ... Remarks
ing. Present were All this makes up the biggest .

Secretary of Defense Robert S. foreign test to hit Johnson yet. ... .
like however. -
speaks .
experience.When happens. McNamara Secretary of State .1<<; :: :
a Colorado Supreme Court Most tilalii me not worth photoffiapluriR Dean Rusk;; Gen. Maxwell D. He's 101'1'1(1anaSrs.a comparative. His newcomerto specialty WASHINGTON (AP-In the
Justice spoke at the Wyoming Press. However do news from Washington
photographs Taylor, chairman of the Joint was always Congress WARREN The Warren Com A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTS
Association convention In Casper last add to the punted word in letting th.publil' Chiefs of Staff: Henry Cabot .
mission, Investigating the slay.Ing
weekend ho made know what In
i deep ImpifusionJudge cot on court. John ,
of President F. Kenned
Olio Moore ciitlccd the Dallas We hope the day Is not far oft when IARI nAGOTI' ) has derided to hear more + Been wondering what to do

police and press (tv and newspaper Wyoming! catches' up with Colorado in J ws r O. RAGE testimony from the widow of with all those magazines around the

photographers) who crested the confusion thus ici-put NfTAGE NEVER Lee Harvey Oswald, accused of house ? The Interact Club all high

that heaped Jack Ruby nhoot \coining Slate Journal ,\r.ROS A M r. iI SAGE ERNI. the axiasslnailon.' : school boys will ,
now take them off
President Kennedy's anatnin I Lee Lender, Wye' thh": 21 1'hoJuugl, S 0 i A S U R EIrmplc In announcing Tuesday that hands.
Harvey Oswald rIFt S T V 0 'f. M A N T t 3l Mrs. Oswald would return on your They package and send the

Out he hold much more to MV in Curtain Ill.t 29. Zo'uu'r'.II' [: E L I L It LIt t G t'I""chn June 11, the commission de magazines to persons in other coun-

compliment to the nation' newsmen pressrun- scriptures T A I IN. 0 t 1'1 t lined recalled.CASTRO to. say why she Is being tries who have requested them. Call

One thing. wa in contradiction, during a common tradition \\l: ,. C.uulmrd Strum ::3Y.)1I'only: Derie A G 0 R 0 0 1'1. M I Dli. : State Department Ed Low, a club sponsor, at 2-6121
a pond discussion with some Wo- ptpc PAT LN. V A N I T 'Vt press officer Richard I. Phillipshas and he will
minK lawym OLD saying In the theatrical tug music 33.fleuue A LON E arrange to have the mags
TilE :: 3S. Small, A I. I K E denounced as "absurd andpreposterous" picked
I .tnununt r up.
A few ytaiH ago the national bur world that the *how must j jo on cunpuutd draught RAC to. 5 0 N GIto. .. charges by

association adopted a rule against' regardless of Ad\entities The same can tnaeul.orte 37 Touching Cuban Prime Minister Fidel + Holland
cameras in u court trial. Press. pholoi& be said far the local! newspaper 1 i.: Gr. t 3tl. Chum SOLUTION OF VfSTUDAY PUZZll Castro that the United States ( Salley celebrated a

raphl'1'II naturally objected, and Colo A good example of the free prt'sl' 19. Kft'I.blllrd 4L Prongs DON: 6.1\'a..1 Is conducting germ warfare birthday yesterday. Didn't ask his

redo attorneys nd judge agreed to tradition lit the performance) of the two cuckoo H'UI cluck 1. S. ,\rntrrudcm coftOIl dulll against Cuba. exact age, but we now have an idea

a press request tii talk our the piob- newspapers, | In Anchorage Alaska. after 211. thll curd U. Growing; i Medirvalutisslgnauure Scoffing that Tuesday three' at Caslro's, he is old enough to vote Bill
len. the icccnt catthquake A icpoit by nut 2. feminine miner statement men ex Norton
2l: t.ll't.IrIC 46. Xtrcollc 8 r 11pinkie I: ecuted in Cuba were agents of Collier County Motors sales
the name
editor of the Anchorage
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Most t m poll;ml in a tl'i&llioe that theactud managing
U Metal" 3 breadfruit the Central Intelligence Agency, mgr. puts salt
tag Pcpirtcd and
be given a fair trial. Theliwwii. Times describe the chaos in his office: said pepper on his
24 'unll" 48 bptrt 4 I\t obliges 9. Stupid Phillips : buttered
thought that If flash bulbs. ".\ Kiumble for the Mail began a* aan' mrllli y. Black, marks 10. ll'eanngI "Castro self serving! brands toast. He swears it tastes

w<.IP IJ"IplnIInd tv' cameras grinding light fixtures: clashed, typewriter I II durc 101111I opponents of his retime as CIA tine

u\\'.ithe distiuition would prevent Mulled, shrhe ritshcd down In the I I J 4 S. 1. I III III C.h.lt"III agents whenever It suits his
a fun tiidl library and teletype machines over- Dance step purpose to do so, I have no + Ask Karl Kessner Naples Yacht
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.btu a day 01 two i of tlinrii4.iun.i Midnd arms low n, the jolt hit II IJ 11 Gu..Ulu other comment on that charge" Club manager to tell
tl<"' Id 'vdvtc, surprised t,> dw1,1 : the :New s-flipping trucks in an adj'nn- l3 Ry birth CRASH Federal Aviation Ad time you about the
ha
(""I that the newspaper j and tv phuti inn parking i l lot and sending the back ;If IS 14.Gneear1S mlnlstrator Najeeb' t, Halabj rode a bicycle from Fort
t"thahi predicts the May 7 Pacific AirLines Myers to Miami
had wall crashing outward" via the Tamiami Trail.
,1 iMphcrs h11 l (taking pictures piiHH IT'A II crash In which 44
"1 l6 Of persons
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all during their di.eu".in" They had In this shamble the presses of both mc ere pailul were killed near Concord,CaUf., Just ba aura you understand he made

tlit' picluits to pio\e It. papers were found to be intact Aftera 1 61 "lli. th.w back may" soon be reclassified as a the trip around 1921 when the Trail

Tin point I I.- that photography \hail day of dealing< rubble. emergency yll low "case of murder and sabotage." was still a couple of
pi" 'i.ifMd i 1 the pint where pictures power was generated The Times was Zf If za 17 II 14 tuned During a discussion of airline muddy ruts.

i..ul bt liken uioidt a room with nat out Sunday with full coverage of the II Jo 'I 4b Msn s security measures Tuesday, Paul AbrahamsonbS.f
t rural light with a camera no one dixtiMer. Including a pictorial account nrtknalarJz ;I Halab told newsmen he expects oBrookside
Bowl
I. notitex.Vow! The ;News itl 1lalay the FBI and the Civil which cele
was out as usual on Monday JJ I"e its
: : : first
'. Cfilouiilt U far ahead nf the There is no doubt that the performance Canoe Aeronautic Board to Issue a anniversary last

rcM cf the lilllltt" There U 111\ gice- nf the two newspapers had a JS "Y. J1 O JI iI 40 19.: \iota\'airrfalltr : > gallon statement of the soon crash.on their investl, week

matt there thai one photographer rep- calming effect on the populace be. went down + Some people don
fl i Il .J itstnt, all newspapers and one tv Cause there i I. nothing! equivalent tet 41 .Uitrnuourclrttlimtiii from Reno, Nev., to San but for our money the rSflectorized,

aipieiu, hidden behind curtain, tikes publi.hed information to jive I people fS I'"4 Francisco, killing all aboard street
markers
pictures for all tv nation wanting assurance that things are under control U. I
them It a judge or defendant uy in and letting back to normalSouthwestern : .I 4' 44 !Xmlul.llllMt Our destinies are decided not worth their weight 1ari ld. There

advance! he donl want any picture. laW KrtwlTUCMH. '' >r chance but by choice ear should be more of ttnViah house

; taken they aiefl'l It practically never Arli.na Par time 24 min, Nws/.rWry choice.Lnonymare numberlr wars rnectorit too.

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tiIBonita Springs .h ,lie. i lu< "ii I American Rev. R.L. S,,,tK nf the local

::9sles p) M s Legion John Mm i phI Post No.303, Baptist Church and Rev Wayne
orCapl'[ conducted their program in the Thomas of the Lee Memorial

I 't. rOJIl By RAB WEAR local RY GAIL -war""" at half m,ist 'til noon through :A floral wreath was placed at
I WINCHELL MI .,
J. warts-- ....at ---.. sstaew out the area, and at the grave.Sldo. the base of the American Hag

Thor Woman's Society of Chris Thomas, Lester Neville, > hair standard by the American Legion
there, she will catch soothe I r ,' tlan Service was hostess Sunday man of the official board and The Legion Col< 'r Guard Dick AuxftUry president Mrs. Marlon _
boat which will take her to Ham' 1t'f' tr, afternoon in the Fellowship Hall Mrs. Neville. Evens and Leo wuiett present Gulder.Th .

4 burg, Germany, where six :' of the tee Memorial Methodist Assisting in aervingwenhfaei- 'ed the Colors, as the Star Span final salute was given by
lives. Church in Bonita Springs honorIng dames Forest Clark, Glenn Hou- I tied Banner was sung by those the firing squad made up of Nolan
r Mr. and Mrs. Al Tatu am their pastor and his wife, risk, Ted SanMnn, Louis Obua, 'attwHttng. The invocation was Watkins, John Kauffman, Don
,; s ? daughter, Barbara, left Friday)Jf I' the Rev.and Mrs. Wayne Thomas, Clrard KeiM, Howard Alderman I given by the Rev i'.L.Clements, Trew Bob Hashtnrger, George
i i'J to meet their son and dough who were married the week pre, and E.M. Heahard. i I pastor n( the Utero Ba4lst| Crltean and Dick Valpey Taps
ter-fn-law, Mr. and Mrs. Car vlous and Just returned to the The guest bunk was attested 'Church; scri4uic| reading was were sounded b} Peter Quinn on
Tatu, and the newest addition) 1 parsonage from their honeymoon 1 by Mrs. J.E. league and Mr*. 1 by the Rev Father Jnneph Beiu" his bugle. t
,Jessie Fleming. I mont, of Sy. L.o'! Catholic Benediction pronounced
Arrangements of local bloomssnd <
to the family They met their plants were placed at vlntJge Memorial I")' was appropriately P iris", while the MomorUJ f>,l} by the Rev. Rom! Jones of the '

new Sunday grandson Miss>In Barbara Dothan. Ala.Tan r points throughout the hall, cour1 1 I rerosjnlMd In Hkintt >
fay of Mrs. OIll Seller. ,
left aboard a plane for New
The gift Ubl* wlSC'overedwllh
York City N.Y. She left from etl a white linen damask cloth, with

Tallahassee to spend some time 4.AMERICA'S. arrangements of fern pink ulna
+ with her' aunt and visit the and pink hibiscus, where many
World's Fair this summer. SWEETHEART (AND HIS, TOO}) -Mary Pick- useful gifts were received by f
er, Visiting with the Deknatels ford was the movie sweetheart of all America but the special the couple.

are Mrs. Deknatel's daughter, sweetheart of Charles "Buddy" Rogers. They have been The refreshment table covered \
son-in-law, and grandson. Mr married since 1937 Recently they started from New York with an heirloom white linen S

and Mrs. Edward Malnsterare on a slx-week voyage aboard the USS United States, to cloth, was towed| with a crystal

from Baltimore, Md? and their locate Mary's first films and news clips. of service pink was, where carried a color out lighted scheme 1100t\\

HAPPY with hii catch li R. C. son Is presently enrolled in the tapers, cake and ton arrangements

Collins of Naples shown with{ Capital University In Ohio. Summer SchoolRegistration Methodist School of Frenched hibiscus

two hefty nook weighing 15 to They will be here for a week Sign-Up Saturday with carlssa.In Bra
18 pounds Collins was fishing and plan to do some snook fish- the. receiving line were the o

with H. Carl Davis when he hit Ing. Registration party for the president of the W.S.C.S., Mrs. AN J +fli

the fighters. (See column) Vacation Church School at the Mack Alvrus, Rev. and Mrs.
NEW RESIDENTS First Methodist Church will be 1 tpPw

The Isles of Capri Civic Association I visited with some of our Here TomorrowFinal .held In the Fellowship Ha115at- ,, I

will hold a special newer residents last Sunday, registration for sum. urday morning at 10 o'clock Kathy Downs 1 1f

meeting Friday, June 5, at 7,30pjn. Mr. and Mrs. H.O. Drobeck mer school session for Napla!I All children between the ages Finishes. Year Of /
at the home of Mr. and The Drobecks have finished High School courses will be heli d of four and 12 are Invited to ?

I Mrs. Dick Junk All mem moving and their son, I Kalus, Thursday and Friday of thb I register for the school startIng Nurse's Training
bers are asked to please be has returned to hU home after June 8 and continuing
week both the
present. helping his parents move In. at Naples Jun through June 19. Sessions will Kathy Downs;daughter of As 0
for and Senior
1 The Civic Association was The Drobecks can often be seen Edmund High Schools. be held each week day from 9 slstant Postmaster and Mrs. plt US

Instrumental In making It pos swimming In Snook Bay or fUh- dance according counselor to at Lowe.gul-Se, until 11:30 ajn.Cabinet. Edward G. Downs has return He WSw
Naples ed to for four-week County
Naples t
Ing. Presently they are addIng
sible for absentee lot ownersto nior School.
have their cared a screen porch to their new High vacation with her parents at ; Colli er Ep
property The summer school will beheld 1
their home 530 Hibiscus
home. at r SSiE
for. Bill Jaworski can be seen from 7:30 to 12 noor: OKs
a.m.
,drive aftercompletlngherflrstyear CLA
Mr. and Mrs. UL.Loach had
almost dally cutting grass on each day at Naples Senior 1If I
High, of nurse's the
as their guests this week Mrs. training at S *
the
vacant lots.
E.R. Roland from Danla FlorIda starting June 15 and running; Outdoor Rec Peninsular General Hospital at pD
Mrs. Meta Wehling, mother through July 24. Lowe said thL Salisbury1d.1. *
and Mrs. Charles Flke
of Mrs. Rudolph Schmidt returned
morning. He urged students who I She of her class
brought one
from Pittsburgh, Pa. Mrs.Ro- :
to Park
Highland NJ. BudgetTALLAHASSEE
wish attend Program
last week after with land Is Mrs. Loach's daughterand to to register mates, Julia Littleton of Ber oj
visiting Thursday and Friday when the;y lin Md. home with her for a
Mrs. Flke 1s a friend of ,
her daughter, son-in-law, and go back for their report cards] (AP; The visit
theirs. Mrs. Loach and her
granddaughter,Mary Ann. Mrs. It Is definite that English 9,< Elate Cabinet approved today a t
Wehling will visit with her son daughter Rosemary went to Fort 10,11 and 12 will be given at. $74,800 operating budget for the
In New Jersey and then catcha Lauderdale Sunday to visit with the summer session he said outdoor recreational planning
,
boat which will take her to relatives and bring their guests It may be that Algebra 1, typing ;; committee In 1965. Writers' ForumTo
Amsterdam Holland FromScotland's back to see the Loach's new The budget Included approprU
mathematics Talk
applied
About
,
borne general atlons of $37,8001or salaries and
Rosemary Loach had an end science and biology will 1 1 $10,500 for other personal serv. Religious Novel CHECK .

of-the school year party Fri be given If enough students register Ices. Also Included was a$20,000 :

Top day night. Present were Bun- for these subjects, he appropriation for the land man. "Writing the Religious Novet"

nle KeUey, Janet Woodward, stated. agement division of the commit. will be subject for discussion THESE

Peggy Kline, Sandra Chesser Summer school sessions at tee. by members of the panel '
Resort Becomes ,
Fort Recommendations from the
Senior [ School
Myers
High 'OW
Maltzer of the For
Nancy Dana House, will I Outdoor Recreational Develop. NapksWriters'
commence at o'clock NEW
Katie Creason, Diane Chrltch- ment Council which were also um of the Air at Bt36Thurs
'
Pariah Gty flelu, Lyn Bass, Pegeen Miller dents Monday Interested morning, June In 8.attendIng Stu approved Included the release day night. I

and Jenny Alexander. AlSo for $29,150 from the land acquisition : Members of the panel will
ABERDEEN, Scotland (AP)- present were: Stanley White, summer school there may / trust fund for Improve be Edith Rees, Alice Reden-i RATES '
The growing typhoid epidemic Gene Midget, Neal Levl, Steve get Information on courses offered ment at the Frank B. Butler', bough Rev. Don Paulson and n

In Aberdeen has turned Scotland's Steele, Ricky Wynn,Nicky Pedro from Lowe at Naples State Park near St.. Augustine, Sue Glover. Charlotte Dumo,. EIIKttve
leading resort into a Jeff Johnson John Dahlln Senior High.Panhellenic. and the release of funds fur pur. will be the panel moderator. April |, 1944lOCAlRATIS.
.
pariah city ,. of n
chase 9V acres on St. Joseph
Joe Mallard Mark Welch . .
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The epidemic .
which has peninsula from the federal government 0
caused the death of Johnny Bass and John Richardson Dares r
one woman Group .
:
continues unchecked The totai stopped In for t few minu The Cabinet also approved a I .fit-jt- e' .J !.uL: laf .nu;; ; :hL ", iy_'. ..ye .

or Identified cases reached 248 tes. The ehd-of-the-year was \Vill Hold PicnicIn recommendation to buy fur a21r Graduates From .. J p..,. II"! t.:..t.r.r,.,. ... ,ZSJaffa .
today and 39 celebrated In C .
suspected cases high style. SCO a tract adjacent to the Judah It'UIlfI'." ,

were under observation. Staying at the Isles of Capri Bonita SpringsMembers P. Benjamin Park In Manatee Farragut Academy ''s:'"s.tI 't.h'.',?,! j .., 1 .I
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Coming at the Cansatutlre "
start of the Motel and Marina were: of the County near Bradenton. .
Greater Naples
tourist season, the outbreak already Gordon Hlnklcy from SaraSota Panhellenic Association In an initial move by the state ; InNrllega' P" I'"a' 16. ..
has cost Aberdeen hun. joined D. Boon, who was for development of a small waterway 20 Crneievrlre, .
dreds of thousands of dollars. will hold a picnic tomorrow afternoon the Cabinet approved a ( 'fnaartlena. .
down Iles
for one week snook fishIng P" 12.
As a government ,June 4, at the home of : .
Inquiry contract for channel dredging
for three days. Their Journey . .
sought the cause of the out. Marian Buchanan, 646 Hickory at the mouth of the Suwannee 1 . . .
break, Secretary of State tor was well Worthwhile. They Blvd* Bonita Springs. River. The R.. If. Adams firm 1 w '.
Scotland Michael Noble ordered returned home with Ice-chest Members have been askedto at Ocala wu low bidder at I

two brands of corned beef removed full of snook meet at the Pittman Funeral $32,345 to dredge' 5.9 miles of l

from store shelves John Cohelho from Miami Home at 4:30 o'clock where channel. ry 1

throughout the country because spent the weekend snook fish arrangements for transportation In other actions, the Cabinet: 'V t

Aberdeen health officials believed ing at Big Marco Pass and Cax- will be made. 1. Approved expenditure by s
one of them had spawnedthe ambas Pass. He left with their Each member should take her the State Purchasing Com mis. v t +wr h.. '
epidemic. bag limit. slon of $127,075 for 67 vehicles, ,..
Noble told the House of Com. Mr. and own box lunch, bathing suit and including the purchase of a new ,
Mrs. C. '
mons, however, that there was Hargeivesfrom towel. Anyone desiring further aingle-englne plane at a cost of t, ,
St. Ga. arrived : ,
Marys
.
no positive evidence that the Information may telephone Mrs. $11,799 tor the Florida Turnpike .a l
two brands-txXh South Ameri Sunday for one week of snook Carl Hauber/ president of the Authority. The plane will be I
can-were responsible. It had fishing. They plan to catch group. used for traffic control.

not been established, he said, an ample supply to take home 2. Gave the green light for
that corned beef was to blame. with them.Mr. construction of a highway patrol
But Dr. Ian MacQueen, chief and Mrs. Carl E. Larson 33 Homing PigeonsFail station at Ocala west of the existing

public medical officer of Aber. Dick Larson's parents, To Go building on property
deen, a city of 18G,000 told a from Rockford, 111., are downto HomeST. owned by the slats ,
news conference "There Is no look the Island overandper PETERSBURG (CAP- 3. Authorized the State CouncU
shadow of doubt that this out. haps build a home here We Thirty-three homing pigeons for the Blind to contract with

break started from a tin of all hope that they like It and have tailed to go home. Craig J. Gehlert, Daytona BeachI
corned beet" Not a coo has been I I architect, for drawing plans for
are anxious for them to become DOUGLAS B. DANSER, JR.
from them since they were released a rehabilitation center at Day.
permanent residents. here nearly two weeks i, tona Beach.
Mr. and Mrs.Bob Smith from ago tor what normally would I 4. Enlarged the supporting Cadet Lieutenant Commander i.

Two Florida Miami have had such good luck have been a two.day, 750.mile>. area of the Lake City Junior Douglas B. Danse,J r., son of /t

with their snook fishing that flight to their home lofts t In i, College and Forest Ranger Mr. Douglas B. Danser 172

Get they have decided to stay here Westminster, Md. School to Include Dixie County. First Street, 5., Naples, was t
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Youngsters another week. We wish them Mrs William Depp, who released -, 5. Released $20,0001or con. graduated from Admiral Farn- ,

continued good luck They have the birds May 22 after slructlon. at Carver High School gut Academy, St. Petersburg, r

Bids From LBJ been catching their bag limit they were sent here by the Carroll In Flagler County and $150,000 on Saturday, May 30th.
of snook dally. County Md. Racing Pigeon for site expansion and acqulsl.d Lieutenant Commander Dan 1's

WASHINGTON (AP) Two Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mader Club of Westminster, sal tlon of tullding for Sunrise Jun. ser plans to study business ad-
Florida youngsters were named "the last I saw of them they for High School In Broward
from Miami left Sunday after mlnlttratlon at Stetson University
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by President Johnson today as were flying west over the Gulf of County.
a week of ve successful snook next year. *
presidential scholars of 1964. ry Mexico. e. Rejected bids fur printing
They were among 121 of the na. fishing. the 1(04*: flortda drivers'U. During his four years at Far
tIon's outstanding high school Staying at the Isles of Capri censes and oiii!.eed the Depart. ragut, Lieutenant Commander
graduates Fishing Lodge were Chimpanzees are cipablt of ment U Public: b.fely O seek Danser has been on the dean's

The President's list Included Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bustetter aiming the things they throw new bids list each year, and has been

and children the --- -- awarded the Radford Star the
the names of Janet Margaret spent Memorial ,
Cooper of Miami and Gerald Day week-end fishing and highest award at the academy

Barnette Cope Jr., of Eau swimming. They brought In a TV Radio (for general excellence. He wasa

Gallic. Urge variety of fish ranging member of the Intramural
Johnson established the echo from snapper to snook by CYNTHIA LOWRYAP crane senatorial primary, at basketball, baseball, rifle, < *
lars program April 16 "to recognize Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rlcket- Televtslon-Radlo Writer abut the same time that CBS swimming, and sailing tennis I vgKPE* \* > *' ,. -
the most precious resource NEW YORK AP)-Th. most 0 1 o C .
son and Tom's father are enjoying ( did.Both He was an outstanding ;1:,=ron _,,va'
of the United statea-th. fascinating stars of television networks originally ... the t. r ", Q
week- of Florida tan- academy varsity foot- r
brain power of /Us young people- Tuesday night and early today petted to name the winners a *
of Intel ing and sun. They have caught based ball team for four years. This '
to encourage the pursuit were the networks' electronic on their computer findings
lectual attainment among all of snook weighing up to 15 pounds. tot* boards rolling up the vote within a half hour after South. year he was captain of the foot-

our 'ounepeople." They arrived here fromGalnes- totals in Tuesday's California .rn California poll clolitd.CBB, ball team. Vg
The students will be honored ville Sunday and have caught primary. For once the numbers In fact, planned to give the primary He received the JIbe Ruth Xt

it a White House ceremony snook every day for three days. were mor Intertstlng than the returns a mere halMiuurit award as the most versatile t3
June 10. Each will receive from Mrs. Rlcketson l has been sunning people. 10 p.m. EDT and then returnto unde rclassman. In rifle ry, be

Johnson a bronze medallion pro and re IU1ng,whUe the men CDS demonstrated Its faith In regular programming. wu awarded a sharpshootermedal. *
,lilming them presidential echo bring home the fish its ",ot. profile analysis" when CBS stayed with the prim ars .

lars. bimilar awards are Fishing out of the Isles of only 2 per cent of the votes were story until midnight and NBC He It a member of the Co
planned in future years. counted and he polls wr still kept reporting return until I tillion Club
Fishing Lodge Monogram Club,
Tuesday
Thousands d graduates of Capri I open In th* San Francisco area.
morning were H. Carl DavU I.m.On. Senior Council, and was president
It declared Barry Idwatr ..
public and private high school*, and R.(:. Collins, both of Na winner of the presidential pref i.t th* mu.r interesting of the Senior Class. He is 2-210
that
classes gradu.
selected ?
from
aspect of watching the tot* a qualified boat handler and In
brought In three ,
ated In Januai and this month, per They I scents rda at 10:22 p m. EDT. board was noting whether the
wera screened through reading, snook weighing: 1$ to 18 pounds NBC, willie noting GoldwaUr'S number were bearing out theraf't' :\ } Science attained the rating
testing and scholar shipagencies. each Cape. Paul Wlnchell reports ,constant lead, refrained from early CBS prediction of ciianermaster, second Ask Fur
that they lost more than :I Ithey projecting) a winner ttcauft dIM Least aloes This year he held the .

The presidential scholars then caught' but enjoyed fightI I cI **nell of the race W'hen a viewer Interesting tar removed, al from least Cat.Ifornla to. second highest rank In.the Cadet

wtrt selected by an Independent ing the fUh. Mr.Coll1nscaught 75 pr cent of th* votes were wr the usual Mat. Corps, that of ex ,utlve officer CLASSIFIED
commission headed Dr. Milton 'counted, Chet Huntley noted that for the cadet bauallon.
by the Iton'l share of the three manta of th* winners and the
g. Eisenhower, president of th* projection at that point Lieutenant Commander Dan
(see photO) Goldwattr 51 usual hedging ".let'.waltolmUI.tlltvot.r..allln" / DEPARTMENT
would percent
Johns Hopkins University.At The bookmobile\ win he here gin remark \byth ser was awarded the Babe Ruth
of the vote and RakHelltr9getcenL
least one boy.and one girl Tuesday, J-* a, 2t30 to apparent loser award this year for having made
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was chosen from each state, the \
District of Columbia and Puerto 3:30 between the marinas.Kids, Seconds befor midnight, NBC Inevitably, tfJU, there was rear the greatest contribution to the
Rica: Two were also selected now li the time to read for ,I did dclar Pie rre Salinger the sidcrabl repetition during the spirit sportsmanship and fair

from Americans living abroad. next )'ear'a book reports! winner InM patch. Demo. lone hours. play during thU year

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NEW: YORK lAP)-The list ,,11|
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17 THE ASSOCIATED PIz86 t>,m.er in Saturdays M-;1 ,000.
w IMty x added( B'lm..nt Stakes at Aque.
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By HAL BOCK considered excess. So Mauchr duct lu- In'en padded I h fire
Associated Press Sports Write tapped Cookie to take over for with tin liltlon, of John Gal.
Gene Mauch reached! Into hi g Tony Taylor at second base for breath's Orientalist.Tlitf .

bag for I Cookie and came cap a couple of games Darby Dan Farm's --i; 11I'1'd . . . . . . . . ..
with a Cracker-Jack. That was a week ago and cull, a nun of Swaps, was en.

Sniffing a pennant and look.. Taylor hasn't started a game re s; tend Tuesda for the supple. 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, June 3. 1964
log for the big trade that mlgh 1 t since. Rojas has 14 hits In 21i mentarj fee of $:;,000. Orient.il.
bring one, the PhlladelphliPhillies at bats since taking over for a let. whose victors In a mile test
decided to dlspla sum. .667 batting average. Of course ? at Aqueduct last Friday was lila Palmer Nicklaus
of their excess talent last wee'k: that's much more than his sea. ; first In nine starts this fear, Yesterday's
In the hopes of drumming some, SOUPS average which Is only .548 joins Hill Rise, Roman Brother Head U.S. Entries
business In the National Leagui., on 17 for 31. Quadrangle and Shook In the

market place. Rojas continued his hot ''' ,;'' probable field seeking (to veto For British OpenST Stars *
Manager Mauch looked down i streak with two hits against the 1"1 '""' Northern Dancer's Triple Crown
his bench and there, residing; Los Angeles Dodgers Tuesday :::t"'''' bid. ANDREWS, Scotland (.\P]) By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
night as Philadelphia main. (', '-" Arnold Palmer md Jack PITCHING Dean Chance,
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a quiet corner, was utility] "' .. Of the five contender, howet.
tamed Its National League lead .. ... Nlikbus. head a 2rt.min United Angels, allowed only two hits
Infielder
Cookie Rojas, t ca '" -... '"wto ..,. er, only) Hill Rise la a definite
reer .221 hitter. With an average .,, with a 4.3 victory .' .. .": -- .. v' v' "' starter In the I1 ; mile Belmont. States entry in the British Open and struck out 15-high In thein
Golf Tournament at St. Andrews .ijor* this SOT sun-in 1.0 vie.
like that to be Cookie scored the Phlllies' : -
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first run when he doubled, stole Braullo Baeza has bern en. next m out h, but Palmei plans toi\ over Boston.HVTTING .
third and came in on Richie A I. L'2fJ6.- :: gaged to ride Orientalist, IP. are accompanied by a big "U." Bill Williams,
len's long fly After Ken McMul. garded as a speed merchant off If the allollmel..adlng money Cul s, wont 3-Idi.4, collecting a
Carlton Willey len's two-run homer had tied It ___ __ _,_.._____.. ._.___ n__. his previous starts. Jimmy Con. winner from Latrobe, Pa., win single, j double! and hi,* 1-lth

Off Disabled List at 3-3 In the top of the seventh, IIVRD TO STOMAtIF-After this punishment to his midsection Washington Senators way, the c(lt s trainer, said the US. Open Washington, homer, lilting his average to
Rojas opened the Phllll half shortstop Ed Brinkman had to eat dust as the ball 'larrow) whizzed by him for a hit Tuesday that Northern Dancer DC, June 18-20, he definitely .422 In %2 triumph|, over SI.LuiiU. .
NEW YORK (AP) Pitcher with a single. "stands out like :a lighthouse" in will play' at St. .\ndrt'wlI, St"t'k. .
Carlton Willey of the New York Allen's single and an Intentional the Delmont field. lug a third leg on his profession.al .
Meta, who sustained a fractured: walk loaded the bases! Holland SalleyUndefeated Standard Oil, enabling his tramto 473 Will Try The Canadian-bred Dancer, Grand SI.mi.
Klwanls
defeat :S s to 4. Chick Evans
jaw when hit by a batted ball, and Cookie trotted home with winner of the Kentucky' Derby If lit- falls In thl"' llB. Open
Final
in an exhibition game April 3,,, the winning run when Ron Per. In standings of the teams and Preakness, Is seeking. the Palmer likely will skip the Bill. Plans
for the first half of the TourneyFor
has been taken off the disabled ranobkl walked Wes Covington. season: To Qualify For first Triple Crown sweep since Ish event to cotcentr.tte on the-
list, the club announced Tuesday The victory, coupled with San Little LeagueLast Won Lost Citation's feat in 1948 PGA Championship at Columbus Oldsters
night. Francisco's 31 loss to Pitts Ohio, the only big pt'oil.
Flrday night, Holland SaU
Holland Salley 10 0 CIIICAGO (AP)-Chick Evans,
To make room on the roster burgh, extended the Phillies' :ley topped the Kiwanis team 7 to Klwanis :5 s 5 U.S. Open MeetNEW tie he hasn't won who .it almost 74 IMI't convinced
lead to IV4 In Mcklaiis, who missed HIP
for Willey, the Mets sent pitch.er league games 1 in Naples Little League play, Standard Oil :S s 5 British golf Is a uninp! nun's game. Is
other NL games Cincinnati ral- :and finished the first half of the YORK AP lx 0 Open last year by a single
Craig Anderson to their Buffalo Exchange 4 6 ( >- golf .. I getting 1111| .i tournament In
stroke
led to beat Warren Spahn and alter going Ivgey.bogey !
season with a perfect record of 3 7 ers who have won the S
farm club In the International Jaycees U. which no one under 03: can play.
Milwaukee 7.5, New York came 10 wins and no losses.In 3 7 Open championship will be State on the laM two holes,
League Trail Cleaners just r plans to play, rpg.I'dlt'ss.Tht' FMIIS; won the t\atlollal Ou|
from behind and whipped Houston
the other game Friday night, six familiar names among 472 and Amateur chmiplonslilps In
Willey, 33, was the Mets' top 7-4 and Chicago downed St, i t the: Jaycees won over Trail Clean PREPAREDNESS trying to qualify for the 64th League dBy dates of the British Open 1916 when he ""IN 20. In recent
right-hander last year, winning Louis 5-2. 8 to 5. are July 8.10 Dolt Charles of
t era, U.S. Open next Monday and \eirs 1u Ins 1 been pillar oft
9 and losing 14 following his In the American League, Mike Watkins stole the show CHICAGO (AP) It's a good Tuesday THE New Zealand, who won the II. \,,irlc:H senior golf oigantza.
purchase from the Milwaukee Baltimore blanked Kansas City Monday night in the game between idea to carry: a few basic tool For the record, they are Cary ASSOCIATED PRESS tie In a playoff with Phil Rcxlg; ties and I OIRinlied, the success'
Braves. He had not allowed an, 4.0 to take over first place from the Jaycees and Exchange team, and extra parts if you have an Mlddlecoff, winner In 1949 and ers of LaJulla, Calif., will tic.fend. '. tilorll &Chiniplonsliip..
earned run In 11 innings during Chicago which lost to Cleveland blasting out a bases-loaded home outboard motor boat. Engineers 1956; Tony Manero, who won St. Petersburg held on to a RodRt'rs plot ;mother When the U.S. Golf Assotta
the exhibition season when h e 32. Minnesota defeated New run to lead his Jaycee team to a suggest pliers, screwdriver, back in 1936, Lew Worsham, one game lead In the Florida shot at the crown. lion ninth proposed loweringthe
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was struck down by a line drive York 6-2, Los Angeles topped 19 to 9 victory.In spark plug wrench, drive pins, 1947; Ed Furgol, 1954; Jack State League Monday night despite Another leading American limit fir seniors from
off the bat of Detroit outfielder Boston 1.0 and Detroit and the other game Monday even cotter pins, extra apark plugs Fleck, 1955, and Tommy Bolt, a 1.0 defeat in 10 Inningsat contender will be Deane Bf'III.UI 5* to age 50. Chick decided it was
Gates Brown. Washington were rained out. ing Allen pitched a one.hltter for and a spare propeller. 1958. the hands of ('l'lIudwt'lIlJ1g the National Amateur champU
on from Bethesda Md. time for the older men to sep
Orlando. ,
The five who have won the the I
ante Horn flier >o's.
The winning was scoredby Us pros who have entered
run
Open since Bolt are
exempt Tills week rvJiw: hits been
from sectional qualifying Nellie Ca&tellanos who trl include- Tony Lema, Doug San.
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pled and then went home on HalCaldwell dens, Doug Ford, Bill Johnston sending Invititlons
Twelve of 13 former PGA
1,000 golfers Op and over to 01'
and Johnny Bulla.Charnley ,
champions also must be listed s single. Dennis Tuck gamine and play In the first
merely as hopefuls, though few er was credited' with the four- Golden C5: Chimploiishlp lit the
are likely to miss qualifying hit shutout In a pitching duel Cries IvSoto Lakes iltili lu Florida
The 13th Is someone different.He with Orlando pitcher Hank liar, Nov 12 14. Tie Infoimal tour11.I11II'nt
is Sam Snead, the man who din who yielded only seven hits. For BoutVith will lot a 14 hole event,
has won jut about everything Third place Fort Lauderdale
'J, In golf exept the Open and who snapped a seven.game losing Carlos Ortiz -
still Is trying. streak that dropped the Yankees .
LONDON (AP)-Dave Clmn.ley League
Snead has placed In 23 consecutive from league leadership In a 6.3 the British conqueror of ,
contest with second place Lake
National Opens He has Kenny Lane, clamored tocla\
finished second four times, once land for a title fight with world light. LeadersD
losing a playoff to Worsham, The Yankees licked) up three weight champion Carlos Ortiz.
but never has been on top. runs In the second when Jim
He may get It soon "If till'prlcl'
Palma singled with the bases ) Tilt ASSOCIATED PRESS
Snead will be
Tuesday, struggling Is right," said the chain.pion. .
against 81 rivals, among loaded and added two In the National League(
sixth on a double by Mike Fer Batting (75: at hats) Wil
them some of the leading pro ,
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Charnley British
lightweight
tourists, for the 39 qualifying raro. The Lakeland Tigers king and sevt'lIth.r.lDk. (Hams, Chicago, 422: Cl 'mente,
places available In the Detroit scored two in the third on a tri Ing contender finished Pittsburgh, ,372.HunsMays .
section. Others Include Bolt, pie by Jim Mlali and single by to gain the referee's, strong San Francisco,

Jerry Barber, the 1961 PGA Rufus Anderson They added, anunearned over Lane, top.ranking con'.end decision. 42, Allen, Philadelphia, and
champion Phil Rodgers, who run In the fifth. Clement, Pittsburgh, 33.
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Muskegon Mica.
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tied New Zealand's Bob Charlesin The Sarasota Sun Sox moved the indoor Huns batted In Mays, San
'IIIH the British Open last year Into fourth place by coming Tuesday night.Dugouts Wembley. ttadium Franc'ism'o, 43: Boyer. St. Louis,
but lost In a playoff; Labron from behind In the bottom of 38,
Sv44 ::: Harris Jr, the 1962 U. S. Amateur the ninth Inning to beat Daytona Hits-Williams, Chicago and
__ __ ::: : ',::; champion, now a pro; and Beach 9.8. Buzzing Clemente, Pittsburgh, C8.
such noted pro tourists as Art The Islanders had a 7.1 ad. Doubles demonic, Plots
Wall, Bob Goalby, Johnny Pott, vantage In the early stages of With Trade Talk burgh, 14: Willlims, Chicago,

Doug Sanders and Ken Venturi. the game, but Sarasota batters As Deadline NearsNEW 13.
I The Detroit and New York stroked five singles In the sixth Triples Stub, Chicago, 5;
sections are the biggest and for three runs and added. five YORK (APDugoutsare ) Callison, Philadelphia: Clemen,
strongest of the 13 listed today more In the last three innings. buzzing with trade talk as te, Pittsburgh, and Boyer St.
o o by the U. S. Golf Association.The Seventh place Miami was led the June 15 deadline approachesand Louis, 4.1I0l11e .
36.hole qualifying rounds by second baseman Bobby Fraser both the New York Van. runs-Mays, San Fran
will be played there and at three In an eight.hit attack on Tam. kees and Los Angeles Dodgers cisco,18, Williams, Chlt-.go,14.
tlre other locations on Tuesday. pa for a 3.2 victory. appear vulnerable. Stolen bases-Wills, Los Angeles

.,.' Eight sections will hold their Fraser stroked out three singles Bullpen problems prompted 20; Harper, Clnclnmtl,
rounds Monday. and batted In one run while the a. Louis Cardinals to deal 11.
r. The former Open and PGA teammate Ernie Yaroshuk connect 37-year-old Lew Burdotte to the Pitching (5 dt''Islons-Mlrl.
'j champions are among 45 who 'd for two singles, knocking Chicago Cubs for Glen Hobble, chat, San Francisco, 8.i 1, .889:
) were exempt from local quail in one* run.Tarpon another veteran right.hander, In Farrell, Houston, 'Ji 1, .875.
'I ,. C'\ ( t tying two weeks ago. They Join catcher Jake Martinez a Tuesday deal Strikeouts Koufax, Los Angeles .
:' G>\ 0 428 survivors of the local tests singled and doubled for one of The Dodgers are doing their CO; Malone, Cincinnati,
seeking 129 places available in Tampa's runs with the other being level best to bolster a pitching D8.
the championship at Washing. scored on a triple by Sam staff that developed, a leak
ton's Congressional Country Thompson. when Johnny Podres went on American League
Club June 1820.Twentyone Today's schedule calls for Or the shelf. Batting ((71 at bits) Ollva,
are exempt from lando at Daytona, Beach: Tampa Hank Aguirre may be next to Minnesota, .392, I lint on, Washington ,
all qualifying and go right Into, at Lakeland, St. Petersburg at walk the plank at Detroit and .330.
the final ISO-man field. They in., Sarasota; and Miami lit Fort could be Dodger,bound if the Runs Oliva, Minnesota, 38,
r s '' elude the five most recent Open, Lauderdale Tigers could get waivers on the Allison and noli In", Minnesota.
Gr6' \ winners i Julius Boros, Jack lefty In the American League 33.
Nicklaus, Gene Littler, Arnold I W, L. Pct G.B. Chuck Dressen already un Runs balled In Wagner,
/ ) Palmer and Billy Casper; amateur ., St. Petersburg 8 18 .609 loaded one of his veterans when Cleveland, 41: Stuart, Boston
champion Deane Beman, Lakeland 27 19 .587 1 he sent Frank Lary to the New 37.Hits
and Charles, the British Open I Ft Lauderdale26 19 .578 IV York Mets on a conditional / Ollva, Minnesota, 74,
king. Sarasota 24 20 .545 3 purchase Ilinto'n, Washington: 62.
DaytonaBch. 24 21 .533 3\2< The Minnesota Twins report.edly ) Doubles OliViA and I Rollins,

BALTIMORE( )-lour Hal- Tampa 21 25 .457: 7 are Interested in Ken rk, Minnesota, II.
timor Cults of the National Miami 18 28 .391 10 Bride, the Los Angeles' Angels' Trliles,. -Ollva, Minnesota, 5;

.. : ,.,; Football. I League Kill Like purl Orlando 13 31 .295 14 pitcher who has been having a MrAullfle, U-troit, Green, Kan
in the U.S.ir Force football I Tuesday Results tough time winning. las City; Fregosl, Los Angeles;
training school Weishuden Sarasota 9, Daytona Beach 8 With the Yanks limping along Versalles, Minnesota, and Hln.
If the Germany, June 1I1. Orlando 1, a. Petersburg 0 only a few games over the .500 ton, Washington, 4,
telephone rings noW'wbUe
Head coach Don Shut, line Miami 3, Tampa 2 mark, the Twins are convinced Home runs-Killebrew, Mmlesota .
I coach John Sanduskv, quirtcr- Fort Lauderdale 8, Lakeland 3 they' can make a strong move 14, Colavito, Kansas
Wednesday) 's Games for the pennant If they can come City, 13.Stolen.
you're this back Johnny Inita and! n-
reading paper. live end Gmo Mjuhelli will Orlando at Daytona Beach up with some more tltthlrg. bases-Aparlilo, Baltl
Yankees trade more, 26 Wels Chicago Da
1I.rI" in"tru'torll."Heran Tampa at Lakeland Then the are ; ;
\FI referee Bill Down i III air, St. Petersburg at Sarasota minded. ';he relief pitching has rallPo, Cleveland, and Union,
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milking the Miami at Fort Lauderdale been something less than sensatlonal Washington, 6.
trip and Yogi Berra Is looking Pitching (5 'lslons-Bunk.!

for[ help, either from the majors er, Baltimore, 6,0, 1.000; Kra.
Baseball ;Standin s ir the Richmond farm. Because lick, Cleveland, and Ford, New
of the persistent Injuries to York, r.I, ,833.Strikeouts .
Mickey Mantle, the regular Pena, Kansas
don't worry about the interruption. Go ahead and get the gossip. National League American League lineup remains unsettled. City, 66; Racialz, Boston, 64.
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Reading the paper ;is one of the rituals of your day that can still be Phlla. 28 15 .634 Baltimore 29 15 .659 ,;.try S tN :"':<:1:, :
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'un.h.d, City" water near I acre tract Itt acre I acre Canada acllltles, activities. release from regimentation and

;? Chro. Cr.tt Tn, le..w.II. : 36-Wanted To Buy Trail. and school Three to tract with electricity' end bt,: it D( weep tali' ft>I the l' yd' ogr towered, tec met fees and locations ire der rlb-r the, assertion of human Initiative
choose from S oasona lie rates roads Other big tract.
R.d. D.pth F Compi.Oup. acreage (tag* of the Saturn V Apollo spacecraft rocket
moon
: U.500 IRUNK.IMITH, Poem 155 to IM per me Ml I 520 dn. 120 per mo and up landing over primitive conditions.0''rilE
Used fireproof vteel sate treferably 14001. M W Welkins tIMfOne Collier County Reel Ettat: MI ed.CAMPING
CRAFT SALES Midway not ever 30 Inch. wide '.3"'. Open Sunday MAPS U.sAt i>y CROW SHOOTER'SHANDBOOK
I 1717 I/I.it Cash Ml 1470. 1/J.3t bedroom furnished or unfurnished
I.- houte Call attar 4 1/ltlfwlh I C. & D. Rhodes. 295. Mac- by Nicholas Karas.

5 Business P M. Ml 1 tOII 1122.1' dacro ".el.. |5 00 dn. end j EGLER'SORNER mtlUn Co.. 60 Fifth Avuiue $1.'me 54 pages. Wightman
Opps. 38-Autos For Sale -"bVth:I.k n.; IS 00 per mo no 'Interett IJ50
> bedroom, 1
One mile from Golden Gals New York 11. 297 pages pa,era Electronics Co., Pox 989. Ess-
Hom. .nd bsn.s, for .;;: home with Florida Room,. Completely City Collier County H.el Et B MARION SORKNSENN3los back. HIS ton Maryland. One of the most
lu"n" I" 'oor of homo ,inisperOti furnished Including TV tall Ml IltN. Open Sunday K ; glove compartment! .
bulldn. $I.erlf, for Words Don'tMean and automatic washer. I block 1/lttfwthi ot car. Describes: 10,000 camrilounds = conipUae booklets on "crow
from For edults Idael
hospital
c.shOr Con 1717 .large A1 Collier dn peyment County A ThingThe for nurses and teachers. MI' 10 atoll on paved ttate"road. 'I In r>(o states, sute'tbyl.Hate. jplogy"; their habits, charac
IIU H mil north of Golden Gale
SMI
News 5131.1'| differenc you pay will, -I [:stales II 000 Bill Leach Raaltor ,. Facilities, etc.listed ph*| teristics how to hunt them.build

surprise you. Check with" u* GOING ON VACATION 151 Ills Ave. S.. Ml i-1151. Jps on camping cooking attire* "blinds and cook them U offered

TEXACO, INC. today and >*.. W*'re not fool. I ROOM COTTAGE: SLEEPS: 1/3.11 ihecklUts of with a 49 record.
equipment.
I ALL ELECTRIC KITCHEN Quick ....1 10 S65 rpm
'or I..... now und.r Construe.hon. rot acres per
,0 ultramodern station ..tMoolnll : AVAILABLE BY WEEK nero. Collier County Real E*" - TIlE NEW:: FISHERMAN'S EN- Cook alone costs $1.00.
13 OR MONTH IN NORTH CARO. tat*. Ml t IM*. Open Sunday
Shoppinf Ctnttr. N. cyclopedia. Edited by Ira NAMING TilE flOWS AT A
plea. Paid training pror.m and CORVAIR monia 1 dr. Bucket UNA J700 FT ELEVATION 117w." : Marine, with lour rll/lle hi .h game and lii.li/I'/ .i.'I 1 II\. (l/u
AT R4H WSW CALL Ml 11117 t/IOtf :\.c-abrleUon. $17,50. Stack- GLANCE L.D. & R. Jenks.
slats by
nineial, .
ass stance available ,
Gelene, 4 Dr.. AT PS. series Mils of :3750 and 4123 (nil.\ Lord flied .1<.16.2O2 to
I bio for 'Information franchise contect on thit Don, velu Ab. RAH FORD.WSW Unfurnished YEARLY home RENTAL. with" beeutl 61 -Income Property for a 7873, arethe winner tithe If.id the 8.nglv Salmon (pole Co., Telegraph Press WJg.. $3. 5. 351 pages. Alfred A.

...n'hlT..eo.. Inc P. 0. U Out vow Attractive throughout men's dlvlfclim o( the Furniture ci)nie up with ,t r1M81. Ho HarrUburg I'a. The W pages Knopf Inc., 501) Madison Ave.,

Ion 74122 lltl Ft MII''.... Phone f 0 BUICK special' Conv V I. AT with equipped' t bedroom kitchen lit Florida bath room fully CBS Home plut and Inceme 1 room I efficiency bedrOom Fair iiriuinent uf Champion Moi.-rlKon 430400. Hull i'imp.( are said (to be "thoonly reference New York 22. For the beginning

RAH PS WIWCADILLA. it overlooking Rock Creek Has East of golf course 11100 They WOVe the league WhIners bell IOMMK! II 197 for It 438 book which covers aU sub bird-watcher a new fieldguide :

TEXACO INC. boat slip Only till per "' .. good terms Bill' Loach Real at Kuttv, Creek 4S7 JuanltaKnyiler fUh and fUh- based first
.. DeVille 4 dr MAT lor 151 Ith Ava. S.. Ml t 111!. fruit the N1III..s| Merchants :and Jtcts pertaining to on Impressions -

For lease hlfh potential' ) Bay PS PS PW. P teat A/C. Ann.its C WIns, Realtor 18ION I/lit BroukMdeBowl.The 416 Charlie Rice hla t. tit..... a whole library betweentwo before a bird. dashes away

Station Paid now In operation in Cadillac RAH, WSW De Villa fully It. U. MI I.U70. 0/2914 Sugar Dtmtits, from the ed u 2tt IdttSC, Ted Below, Sr. covers." NearlylOOevperts() 'The book covers land birds from

Naplot financial Training ats,ttanca Proiramand available equ'pped. Cpe LAKE house PARK unfurnished- 1 bedroom Con.I. 62-Business Property Coffee 'N DOllul league at Pine i, and Bob Easterly 211, Dud Ilogue\ contributed to this 41,2-pound South Carolina to the Rockies

For 'Information contact IMPERIAL crown, i dr ht tact bath Lucille Otis.DEWEY Lanes won the women division, 208, Jimmy I Ilojnas Jr., Rae book and It Includes color and to the Arctic. Republication -
Don Taiaca ,. PW. RAH Trill Frontage 120 front n.any up
Abornathy |nc.P AT. PS Their totals were 3874.39SOfora, H&ndrlx 204 John Stull 203 Lo.
0. Bon IKS Ft 10111''.... WSW POLLY foot Between Naples end Mar plates and sketches. of GAME BOOKLETS
Phone ED 11121 a/ltf RAMBLER: a mer. Wagon AT, ce Island Turnoff Colliar Co. 78M. ietlu Easterly 177 mid Svruh
RAH, ACRAMBLER Reel Estate Ml I Hit Open Lynn 107. FISH AND FISIUNO by May- by Olin Mathieson Chemical Co.

60 REALTYCorn. Sundays ./l.ws nard Heese. $7.95. Meredith $1.00 each. "TheConontaU Rabbit -
7-Dogs Cats Pets HHOOK5IDE fowl COMMLRCUt; T : 4 dr Sdn 6' ltd of 1st Ave Uo ATamieml BU HS/ 'N SQUAWS Joe Salmon -- Jr. Blmpcon with a 953.211 T. Press 1713 Locust Dr., Des ," "The Mallard "The,
Trail
On. I/.r Old ....1. poodis. p.d Sh RAH ft. Overdrive. A/C Mil-4351. 64WaterfrontPropertyWelenfrant .II"J l i ijne' Ljim led with 532! >: Land dln hx a 111 r rtor i a 549 Molis J, Iowa. Whitetail Deer," "The Ringnecked -

5121.1',.roo M' t 5912 sits. I PM DODGE: Wagon, V S. AT, rlMter -074 81 lh Avcnuv South Iowa, CBS 1 bedrooms serle, Joo' liking I 198 fur hi:' Carl Chalonde $4'?. Ralph Me., This handbook Is hilf ttie price (theasant" "Gray and

New Paint t baths built, ,in range .. Kit'Ihuit MWKi B IUHKOB, llol Fox Squirrels". These re well-
tt ... end even Central haet 114.500Tarma .
Furnished five ho.
rooms
12-Help WantedPart FORD 300 J dr. sedan V I. AT dote in, adults 1110 00 12.700 down 1100 per Garter 109, )tuI'd Mullins and written books In great demandby

PS RAH month Call Ml 1 1r.5. "month Bill, teach Reeltor SOC Marvin LeMkef" tt%. Closed Circuit outdoo rs men and nature
time Invatt,gttor werned tl t/lltl Sth Ave, S.. Ml .11151. IIU AIm .
Airport SMALL BIG FRY. Die\
MUST HAVE: EXPERIENCENo .. lovers. Write; Conservatloi
aia limit Wett Coatt Datective FORD. t D,. 'I Std shift., team i( Herb and itt l'5 ion
) Olin Co. East Alton 111.
RAH SO Rooms For Rent ept. ,
A..nelMI 12181 TV
CHEVROLET, Bel.Air 4 Dr 65-Gen. Real Estate poMod a total of 1194, Lairyrmitrlbutlm EquipmentSales fREE lJOOKSIPHINCIPLES
,
Hon..l. hard wokn. loan or HT AT RAH PB PS Near leach a Townr a LIft "<<< H<,rl0.. /
worn.". 1I..dll'' ysar round OF GAMH KWKAGCMCNT -
A/C Large room. private bath A entrance TRADE OR SELL Kathy Slid ChrlaCrosl. lid .ill 02:
work .vn. ill pub"e. I day' ivotes. ,
17 Week or year Call MI Tampa Aree ?0 large wooded Booming and fOR TIlE
w..k. SIO.OOO to IU.OOO per lots Chris helpliif with a I 148 and
overlooking Tampa Bay
po.bl., H'.h comme. CHEVROLET: : 4 Dr Sdn VSStd 2 5431 Sun or after I PM. send the
I/.r Will trade for property' In Col. 1T8 VOUNG HUNTER ( to
IIn.Jt \ Kuthy DHnny und Mmm .
N. RAH
paid vacation Apply Trans
pl.t lion, Memorial Gardens Inc.. DODGE:. 1 Dr. HT AT RAH Large room with, private bath lIor Real or Eetate: Lee .Co Ml Collier 1 MM County Open By JOHN B. ZATB .f1111I"a listed u 1190 with the. NEW YanK ( \P-A HoilU\ \ above -mentioned chemical com

Vandarbilt 0,.. Illth Ay, N.. PS PB for lady Close to beach and Sundays S/3ws aidII Danny's 531.2111: Jim howler w.it"hea lelevlalun to see pany)
pcL30iI$3Ot'
Nipl.i. Fla ahopplng' canter Cell beforenoon Naples Airlines ,
SI where h* or the ball )"vaiitwroiif.
or evening Ml 14531 INCOME PROPERTY 'Bheets had t 487 **!, M.irin U.Kafcters PUTICIDCS T1IE1R USE
wOW, chldrsn totoe I little taste of thedeelliiljigtrarflcthatlsiindoubt
Couple no PLYMOUTH. Wagon, V I. K. are gen tig .
'in It fhn, moon. DOomOll'C Std Shift t dr "to DRIVE:.IN located .In good area 219 rtnrlc and Dint 1111551" AND EFFECT a timely sum-
and genera I mactin.anus. DODGE:, I.,. lot. PS PB. AT, Established t yean' modem. ,442.; tlalAll Abrllham.oll r"atblld i A rhlladolphU denUI sluiltliiti of information on this s r-
Apply Snook Hole Mol.l. R eJly.lu. atere for us dur-Ui lJ044.. \ ij study at long dlHtanrt a ovary
equipment, 1 badroom homa t" 493 with em v.riian of Ills 5.8. ,
Marco Piorda 5128.5'MALE CADILLAC, 4 0,. AT, PS PS.RAH Si-Wanted To Rent Ious question. (Send tot Joint
Coma tn and let us show yoc coming months. A totsl of 59 10 twice tttd the 67.10 (')Jcieup) of an expert drllllBK\ aiqitlant's
A/C WSW ,
& FEMALE this business4J' Priced, to sellTermsT. Legislative Committee Natural
OLDER MODELS WANTED: BEDROOM UNFURNISHED YeS > I passengers were carried between SAINTS Aim Sl.NNH* Al. h >lh. I

REAL ESTATE: PERSONNEL. 11 Chrysler' NY 4 dr.. AT HOUSE CLOSE Naples and Miami last most r.aclslngtboolO0mark wu I Vanugenient& at N4Iw Vr!>rk -Hesources, Assembly Chamber
LICENSED. SALARIED POSITION IN. YEAR ROUND. BEGIN
CALL Ml' 26138. RAH PI Fluid, Drive WINO SEPT liT. WRITE Ult motel' plua 1 apartment' 54 ItOMrrWm with 'WttTl 94 Theater in Lincoln OnWcBi Albany New York)
50 Chrysler Win, 4 dr.. AT and. owner Quarters, Au; .candumnd week5 compared to utilizing Nurmay a
.
1/29 5113Hetp PS; RAH. Fluid Drive BOX. 404 CORAL SABLES IIUf 94FLA TV Completely' :: 'JurnkhedV the service during the same 2 I ;: OeM MaLt bud a 5H. .e. on a lI..rNn back.;trtj& ACTION FOR OUTDOOR R,
elt' landscaped -* DdSfig *$h t'. (ulna. ; right put CREATION to \learn what can
last This #4IP. 4 ht flMttttl, P.ft 110111!. prcwrstjIg
Female I bllrm. un'u,,,. with to fine bualnass Come In and period year. figureIs -
Want. opt.
WOOD CHRYSLER buy' MI 2 ,,to. 1/6.51 let us show you- tint wsll.local. the smallest Increase ovei 'li: hl",1t, $; 11/.177( fulkIW front vt be done to promote outdoor rei

ed moLd t ited 10, sail wIN t.ritIftI\lI4IIJ) U54l7. Atut sIsters of d"lot"rtutl:| creation and some success stories
'ECRETARV WANTED PER. PLYMOUTH INC. good ScoWls, '' totals have +
previous we '
MANENT POSITION. PLEAS. 2640 H Trail. MI .1511 52-Real I Estate Wanted :' In years time and Is Pat'obe\- '4l ft.1* 'i I. $vliltft mjulpincitt \\, arrts.jfitlM of places that did. (Send
seen some quite
ANT WORKING CONDITIONSCALL See Naplea South ,and M<* < 459UiMoU. sait t M q9iIsdb04 PetIS4 [ ran rejoice al *usual COfC 1001 Connecticut Ave.

52* H MI 265)1 FOR AP Four wheel. drive jeep Prlvitt Have 12.500 00 caah seed 1 Homes on display a letdown from the activity Mingle tames of tU6, --- --- bedroom house watt ol Trail we have been ,
experiencing I tot
Associates up real.
end I neoco lint condition PH : lHO.inMt .w1ll0ll
Ml 2SU
good S.e"lary 111'1'.1' for E.tao per ollca.ence nol pouch' ro.ur.d sitar Ml 1 I 5M4 before 10 a.m. er S/X10I Lucille Otto gob'JaegorDEWEY._: Virgil' Marcum to thb date, 170' ,' Qweu u..f" 169, "l"",steit !>JtUW.J right alone with

MI 24200 bliP.tl p.m JL1ZJ1 55-5lorcs Office ihe 11.,15....r LocWiced Eplcer H7, Sue Ward Jean Uam 4s UM telephoti ind *try.

Experienced waitress wantad I 1962. ThundarbirdHardtop R' 1H POLLY was utilised on just one flight' Pawtldtte I 151 and Joan LaWtow The |ant Hell Synte and the Third Chief
Power .
windows Fee
seats
See Isbn Baronl' at laronisaurse .
.. 0 1/31 M lory air condit'ontng Low mileage Stora building on .US 41.. REALTYCorner last wrek, when 9 passengers 150. Wanrli!: Rr| the martta. IlwtolIrIIIil of tniiepenltMtt 'romiwnMI Counsel Resigns
120.000 Hat 22.050 ," M Mft flrnl ;
Ml 14104' In the bust
after I P.M. ruwlnf'
Senor, beautician, for buty mop 4/l If Trail 'ronl.... Apartmant of l.t Av*: UO. A boa' deli the Ilt30 night for mo.n. cutivertlnc the 2.10
Select cltantalt Mutt ba a>. In raar Bill, Loach Realtor Tamieml. Trail Ml/ml One MM s bflflU new market for Hack To TeachingDALLAS
on Thursday. or
1952 JEEP GOOD CONO (51 5th Ava. S., Ml 11151 Hales
panoncad 'In h.h ttylmi Reply' Ml 14J5 of tliolr services.TtH .
PINK
LANES
Box 17)7 A' c/0 CC Wins 31000 MILES, 1329 Ml I 1-3JIO. tO.lt I'" more trips are presently Tex. (AP) Jack
IIlUt ) see of rloced.rlrruit tele ,
There will be a :lv. ....
P..ct .tecond; cerT"TEtT'ault : 1171 jewel ... Avenue Watar DC t.- Sganda for this ship vt lon le aprendlnc. (U'a found Ruby's third chief defense coun.

14-Help Wanted Male Dauphlna 4 door 169500. 37-Houses For Sale front aeawall, central, heat em* '.id tiiefl It will\ be heading .1011*. for ISiS w wieti *.. 7. in oldsstooins bunki hotels lei, lagal-medlcal expert Dr.
May' ba teen after 5:30: P M. at air.. 1 bdrma t baths porch The mon will twvsi utctttH IJV ,
41) Palm Circle. Naplet CallMl Thraa. badroom tcraanatf lanai garage 111.ISO, Moving muttII5S north for the summer.eports game singlet cm June II 'Iwopltals on the l.auIII'hlnr pads 'Hubert Winston Smith, has re.ilgtuxl .
roots
wanted for
Truck driver I 1 2661 4/1.91. / I enclosed ..II. from !Province- to return to teaching at
and lovaly andsca ping of Cape Kennedy and In movie
and wstsr
work. .n d.ltv..y. \Mrtii.Tb irf this past' wa.,.i
conditioning work. Contact My. with, 0 tturdy tyclona I."ur..fanca of this araamonf Mandarin Rd.. 1 lid,...... town/ Indicate the start of an 10 inglt were Tea Kft.verman ttaSftters. 'Ihe University of Texas Law
alike L P. Gat Ml 14J51. many t bath. central heel and air. cne In''School.
40-Aulos Repairs Parts The etwedrflr device
l/i.Z5t o I badroom horn on city watar Assume mort early and busy season on the and Al Hajek AI....
and sawn In Lake Park Only :: "h.Nr.: theaters l lilt horde of Anierlcarw Another defense lawyer Phil
H39SO Tarmt availabla Call a costs II.500 00 Car* Last week 296 passenger won th' w ""kiid swa<.i'.
dn 111.400. Moving mult ull watch Casilus :Buileaon announced the action
the
Available ownar Ml 14S2 before S 00PM DKLLUI Clay.
16-Help LOOK HERE! I were carried between AJtDBiAUI-icM'11IC 'ruesday and said he and Joe
141 bUs M No I Wr",. I ho,i M I.NI"h care of elderly pee PRIVATE SALE bath fir.pl.e.. carport. goodnvttmnt about the otitttiine as heutedly& Tunuhlll will carry on the legal
my horns WY 12M). Wondering where to go NO BROKERS 111.I5e. Cod. In addition many char- 103, rxm<< diuiihorlln 144.184and ]battle for Ruby, convicted of
did
as the fans at the aide.
ring
Benita Spring 5/17.11 Cone TeNIAI'l 919104
Ownar mutt tall thraa bad room
With your car problenuTFactory all llth Ave So ter flights Ire bring flown slaying Lee Harvey Oswald accused
Aqualane 1bdrma ,
Port time iob w.nl.d. S"ortp.y I bath home In THE MOORINGS Lx..k. like the Oeiw'a bad It.) Stores and Iwnks use forms of
1 bath. central I heel aair (
for short hours Youngish Finish, Paint Jobs I Cantral hOlt and air thioughout the Doston area,and the loaied-rlrruit to hold. assassin of President John
U. white mall. have chauffeur Wreck RebuiltTuneups conditioning, carpatmf, throughout garage. waterfront, III.MO advance Indicates Millie Infer noil M the fair sex trip F. Kennedy
license' knowledge of oc.pt i bedrooms Com bookings record with a !906.182 Shirley, JriitWm/ upnwn and Urrennu old ladles,
simple bookkeeping, Ml 2 7065 pl... kitc'ian: Including disposal 1 171 bathe llth SI Na 1 bdrms. year once again for the 49C.1M Fa (Milter 475-183.' cheik pilfering and nuke vis. Smith was nut present Mon.
heel
lerge porch )
gao ,
Front and alignmentMotor
dithwathar Nice
"%I it and tcraanad day when Burleaon and Tonahill
northern mil I reconla of fares
Overhaul porch, p.v.d drlvaway toddadlawn and air 11/500 1100 00 dn operation. Mary Ju Glbb njctwd a 477, the of

JOBS WANTEDBY j Transmius'Os. rebuilt, I PM PIous Ml 14104 >/tu shIer Sill FHA 00 Ne"' 0.closing with tax co...and. Ins I hose riding' NaplesMiamiU.it Ruth KIchulH 458, Marcy IJuckller: iierk strners.In about conferred Ruby'a with mental Judge Joe condition.Brown

LbricalionBrabis week Included Mrs. N.o. 457 W, J\ullll'! tt,"a d a lone do.ed.clrcult television the '
STUDENTS 1170 11th SI No. I bdrmtbathe .
They contend he has become iso
.. and (reva. Large rambling 2 II.MO 00'" MOVE .>le frted, Mr. and Mrs. A.K. 214, 1UldJ tC'-'"t 197, lassO elo' tronlc signal Is carried In
farm houta wth smallartnia lane since his March 14 cunvic.
High' School g,rl. age II desires I Polish look any a W.Dont furthsrIngram .. arova til.MO. Bill, 1107 RIGHT' .00 month Ih with No tao quelifyin4 and 'I Isa, .)(aley (round trip same day), Rvahard I '/M, Dun dealer by a narrow bund or ilow.sL.in4Nte ''lion and sentencing to death.
10 seconds
any' typ. summer employment Leach, Raa Sir. til SIN AvaS. 182 But rillinui 164, Iso BWit. picture every
John Lazear and ,
Ml' 1 5121 See .. Ml Itlil '/HtTh Mrj. Mr. Burleaon said Smith felt he
phone -over regular teleplion wire
Lot lulls Oheaaor 1$. ;
II Slack I, Neyal HarborIverbooking .. log 151 I md
High, broil boy' age II de Chevrolet, Inc. aa badroom, two bath C.n' b.y. s.awalf. Cool, Mi ,. K.L. Telford and ..ddl.SOil piNg; LASE'; HATCHINrt or bread! band or fast.ocan-lO: I ihould return to teaching "toluMaln
sires summer employment Any 'rally foaled Garage NOI' 11500 Mcrif-c t .50wcrifica / UooJ. OianerflUjhtswere! frames coaxial I himself and his family"
.eondla
M'' 2.53ONaolen. 11I11-.1 hti per
130 Ith It. N } Walworth 600by etto
work Cath er aapriOrCO.lilt
type .
Felkerts Phone Ml 14175 '10.Mobil. school Ib", lImo and shoppirg 12.500.1/1 51 Let I I'w'f.17th"f.v'. Is. Aqud. fairly good with three flight pin. Alw"tlIIC.4: he cam up raMe or mlrrowave relay linkIng I lie had accepted the case with.Mi .
lana. cost 57.145.: flo (from a fee University regents
lamar gvi discos summer smploymlot. IU50 < i Naples to Tampa with u 199 Gun Tlilnlssproua the pickup camera with the
David C.
Jones Realtor
handan d typo j ruled Smith must take s leave
Short five to Miami and. round receiver
Homes ro- dared 188.133 T.. Kaverman
log E.p..tlnctd. StephaeisHalt. 351$ OIh Ava So Ml 2.IIS! Lot 11 Banyan" Blvd High lot t '>f absence without pay while
Phons WV 'JI" overlooking Gull. Secrifica, at but! flight to Fort Myers Mlam. 980.200. Rtcharrl! C.. ..J This year some four million
'""' ;; ; Trailer with, cabasa .no u'l' I bed roo.... I bath riorlda nUl Ton itudenU are receiving lit leant 'forking on the Ruby caae.Ruby' .
Senior girl detirt a--t; I 00000tor sale N'ce I. Myers and hack 1( a 210 "'InKlvIt, Wall; Br. hm and
pint roam Yaar around air conditionlnf original chief lawyer
employment for summer. PhMl 805,00. MI 2 US or 0 1111.IU" Maar beach and downtown VINCE CONBOY Nap I/S. liuhle Hart 207, t 'tId 1 Pauly 199. wrt; of their education by MelvIn
2.r.oo. 'vas fiery Belli of San
r-loaed rlrctllt.
Naplat 522.000. Sill II1GHI.ANDLRS .. GMW TI1U
I.no.1, desires summer emM Leach Ra.ttor US Sth AOl 1I11'h Av. Prksap.Ph. III South Carolina. 170 high: I ployn'.nl. can 'ypo. Priferl S.. Ml Mm / .M MI 2174567Apartments mall .lO.Iii |)"Nta Rent .
clerical oIork Claudia Combs.PWoo 45-Trailers For :__ PUBLIC NOTICE 5882:111: >U>* i IIH J7V.. a'houls, I IS Mll -,14hotlUlil

MI 13191. OWNER LEAVING TOWN Jdr Ind the I.JM.M dId 30 elementary schonU are I,he Jury and Dallas.
JI'\II
Trailers. II a week with TV Will, ..11 my' complataly' fur For Sale TO ALL PERSONS WHOM 214. ults of Ills replacement, Percy Fore
H. S. greduata deorolso"" III a we.k Spaces 15 a weik nuhad homo to ualiliad buyer 'IT MAY CONCERNThe : Witt, .i UWH. I II "I I ( Atiilil.Iitliil on not*"irk using i II'
mar employment to help with Rock Creek Trailer Para for un.'lned' he filed her the Southrn Bell$ Tel |ih'ne J> 'nan of Houston quit after four
.. lust taking over onttintobligations Application i 1(""i, I I11, If"H) II link. Is>
coli.g.sop.ns. Enperienced 6"1" dial for couple or p arnnsf.o 0 Oup''sss..r city hull for Final, Discharge at Tilet! uph t'I": and 48 Inde. :
Rick And, I I'. \i'i 1 Ii"ivis/ 141(, .indK
Has llHl'ln '
One bedreom each aide 511100. Eiaculrii: of ,
.lnirr.loon. family" of ena child. Ml 2 lltllor the Last Will of i with Ruby's family.
Phone appt ltf forms evailalol.. Ill Loae" h..... Slaughter Usher Sr dateeied ., I Mil ,.ii i i I'I"i 1111. n-', lent telephor, omikintea" ,

High, S-hool boy....... any' 48-Apti. For Rent Now ,..,.. badroom two bath: Mealier' ISO rth Ave I. Ml end will' en the 25th day
type of aummer employment Central haal and air conditioni" ,.5iOI 6/354 Df June .IH4 epply ,. the, County'
Eric Steele Ml Furnished tpt for rani. lit per Judge of Caller Fiend
Age M Phone .. .751. Leunty'
Moormas 124 l/t it
et lesS Creeds 'Ion Fine, !
1 61 I 71Typing week Inquire e Ditcharge et such EuLUCY
Rd 6/11.1'_ David C. Jonti kealtor WO''lWANTED toU'''.
end Shorthand expert' PERSONABLE:
351 Ith Ava. So Mil.1152 MAHAN
FOR GENERAL OFFICE
ence Doers Job for summerend EIfc..nc, Day Weds. or I
Hey II. 17 June I.10. IM4 SIll
DETAIL WORK
possibly fall Phone Ml Month (IR12M2 MOTEL MI : AND : _
'.5191. er Ml 11155 MUST BE ABLE: TO TYPE
I 58-lots For SaleWaterfront AND ENJOY WORKING WITH IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
*4 H S. graduate detiret clen Own.r large furnished affi,. PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE: : OF IN AND. FOR COCHIN COUNTY
cal work for .u..n,,, to help chop A,r cond StonacraftApta Lots BOOKKEEPING HELPFUL FlORIDA
pay college enpemet Typing Ml 14155 or Ml 1112ll'l APPLY IN PERSON AT COLLIER IN PROBATE
and shorthand J* Ann Patton Vanderb math Ette COUNTY NEWS AD IN RC: ESTATE OF
Ml 1 H5I llth SI N Let I block L unit t VERTISINO DEPT ASK FOR IEIIIE MacLEAN
school wants office Let 1 Block J. unit t MR. WYATT Doc.....
High 0b. proficient graduete 'In typingand Available at once I bedroom. 15.MO ctth for both lots Pliers NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|shorthand Phone 145f>5. I bathe Near Lake Park ar sOils Don Holland. 740111Avinua All creditors of the ..,.,. 'f
School HIS unfurnished Treasure l.lend. Fla JESSIE: M.clEAN drc.ated are
|7S Ith Ava I Photos 110 7154IIt hovel; not,lied end required' I. fi emy

23-Miic. For Sale 101 .-- : rieime er demands wh.th th.,
Furnished fever 00'" home. Let near school in c,tv Has TIll kevi ig.insl said estate ''. Hie
close m SliD 00 month 000cr..54 water 51 000. Reel slIce M the County' Judge ,ci i e.i
Custam 11 pc Hattan set in Reel "1,01 ounty Florida 'n tne <. ,, t
,.. good term* Bill Leech >
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eluding double c" ..... VINCE CONBOY Sir ISS SIN Av I. MI lllil WANT ADS I hose al Maplee, Florida with' tit
bias occesional: c" grass SlStCoouna ,al." rug ether Items Suitable for IiI 5th Av' P.rkmayPh Ihe < '.\ !public.t of this '"' "
large Florida room made to MI 117.. S order In Manila new con loctlen IS.000. wr i,ng and mutt state the Di., aaf
down. )750 06. Ml 1 JU7 Sabal Shorts Apt way 1134 1/11101 W. rat dance end Post Olf'ce addrmeif

I'11.5t YEAR ROUND LIVING Mo..to..o' M .n Sew Cine Ih e claimant. ond must b* twb'n
;iiiTIiit Ti CO f'rN;" Modern one bedroom and effeiency Drive II000 Term. |l 500 10 t>, the claimant his agent ur
upright Let than t years eld Aptt furnished TV dawn S year Sn balance' Bill h's ..".....". er rt will become

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