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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The comparative figures were cells in all the Items that our

compiled by the Naples tourist say they most enjoy

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t y astounding Jump Miami Daytona WASHINGTON lAP) Pres. people of what we dc> havetooffer -

Deach,Miami beach among idcnl Johnson kept tight secrecy are what Is bringing them

others were declining The total wrap today on 'oII'hal-if aio- here In the ever Increasing

number of auto tourists" reported new moves he Is t 11.inning to numbers, and can be expected -

SI I JUNE; ALL-STATE CEREMONIAL will headquarter at the plush Naples for Naples was just under make. to step up the fight to continue to do so."

, Around Buuh Club Hotel shown, with many Shrmeis and their wives expected to Rocky To FightTo 47000. This number takes no Southeast against Communist Asia forces In

take full advantage of the championship golf course and outstanding account of those pe rsons t ravelIng -

beach Some 3,000isitois( are expected for the June 5-6 ceremonial, with End Thinks to the community by air, A White llouke statement Is. Showdown For

.cjSssfl, o\'el flomo'inj( into hotels and motels throughout the area bus or train.According. sued Indication Wednesday however night gvesonic thut
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( McGrath photo) Johnson and his advisers havedecided
TheWorl Barry Will WinNEW study leads,such Naples communities as a destination Is Vero to alt 41 dal talk of Florida's .GOP

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BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS YORK (AP)-Gov. ? el. Beach, Ft. Fierce Iray war in Viet Nam, at least
Florida Shriners eon A. Rockefeller says presort Deach,Melbou me Jacksonville for the time being.. Degntes!! SoonMIAMI A
Indleatlonn are that Sen. Bafrjf Beach, tfect Raton, Silver
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Coldwater will win Republican .
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)-With, .1 l li, nod l $"!).t'IIIU. Springs, from Secretary (if Stale Dean (AP>-Morldu Re.
thin | til'"lllll' ill'It'IIS., 1 Illicit'. presidential nomination Charlotte, Venice, Sebring, Rusk and Secretary of Defense publican Nation i "noventt
the first second ballot
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tin, South Ahhm' tovi nun'ill Coral Gables, Winter f'ark. Robert S. McNamara on the re* delegates meet in wtnti T 'k
at the national eonvC'nlton-but
ions, c'lIIh.'l'loc'.1 l mi in ,iniliilidiifliiugruii Hit Town "I'm right In this 10 the Treasure Island and Sanlbel. suits of two days of Intensive Sunday for a possible showdownover
FridayNaples staying
tt. in.mill.ii<< tint it.1 end." Its ranking was just behind Cocoa policy review which they con. which of the 31 mint "it

own munitions ml Iniicisu It' "There's a Ions time between CyprcssGardens and Palm ducted at I conference In II... remain In the camp "' Sm. L.ir.
aimed ones, ry Goldwaler, K-Arl.
bleach wail earlier. this week
now and the convention In San
The, lOG-I.C1! Ituilcrt fleurndlsi The, Mate, once s JIJlj jlod'-nd,
: will he ho.'t to thelarjiit temples, with their units in Francisco and It's hard to tell Several officials had
1 Md Whc'NI.IY, by 1>fonsi days ago to the Arl/ona 6c'nutul ended
'> ; : convention In le:, hi:;- gaily colored uniforms, will what la going to happen" he BIO DIMNESS:> Indicated that the conference ,
KliowJ toward him when he ndi 1 mla
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toiy this: weekend when joi;wVW march. dome 25 white Oldsrrobllo said. According to the Chamber, would very likely result In presidential .
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four. rt'us.Tls' > irlncrs: and their la* : convertibles are eiI1broughi At a news conference Wednea theCommission study found that decisions to deal with Rep. William t'. I runei 1 In theecond
tlllHlHIM' CHI iklllll'MIllllll diet I Irons! all ovci; lOCI hate down from Jackson day Rockefeller discussed his tourists in 1963 spent a total what then aJlllllared lo be a serious primarv:

.lllll'llt.H |IC till result III III will converge: on :Naples for the ville In which visiting dlgnltar- loss of 86 delegates to Goldwa of over two and a half billion crisis In Southeast Asia The Cramer ,1.111! wit i first will ride. Den parks of ter In Tuesday's California primary due to Communist advances primarily '
'llMMllp. |p"'esui'e III the Will Ii annual \ll-iiatc Shrine >c detested In 10 <'I I 11 Ida iContfresslonnJ
iniiiimiiiiU tn wubls4l I arum C:crciuonijl.. aplcs Is the parade marshal. and looked ahead to the In Laos (>1"lrlc'Iby: the

Mill'inputs fioin S'111fI'.1' l Itt .\ few nobles and their wives vt 2)10 Saturday afternoonthe Republican National Convention Red Laos Prince When Wednesday night's meetIng party sllIe. headed bs Miami

("..IIS,' ill its (I"4.It.111 Iftlill. trod arc expected/ in town today but second section of the ceremonial opening In addition July 13. ended, George Reedy, pres. millionaire \\J1\I..rn. 0. P wle
to declaring he Identlal secretary Issued
will be held with press and Tom Diovti RI'Pllbllc.ll1lilal.
tlicmajmlty oflhl' hrl- performances
visiting will continue his for
srgr.i.itI"u.- campaign Outlines Terms this vtateiiienti Chalrlll.lII.II .
tiers Mill :start ai rlvlm; about by staffs of the com the Republican numlnatlon. "The secretaries met with the was uniertaln: ol'4h i '1 GilmIm..
IKVII hotr arrow. peting temples. Rockefeller reiterated that the
Presldunl about an hour. They illfurnU
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SVLIHNO: Itah (AP) S.'V Ulillc lioadquartcr for the RECEPTION: COP convention must adoit| a For Peace TalkTOKYO reviewed the situation In South Preside'ntlil Primer ,uld tend

oral. ) K" 'CIIIIr.an.lutlon .
tlKMISIIIils ol .11.c..II\.t Ira, Cluh Hotel, nearly 'v'ry avail 6 o'clock for new members of said he Intends to fight for such (APlCld\ Prlnro6ouihanouvong tallons In \Hawaii which were Iwhlnd him

deals llotillC Inlii UH hlltftii' able hotel and motel room li the Shrine and their ladles at a platform. | Insisted again held to Improve the efficiency Some delegates still wor Ir.rltated .
UIMIIINI.InlRlit| | III two IIKHIIIliiii Rockefeller In campaigning that ,he will to and effectiveness of our program ,
town has: : been reserved: foi the leach Club Hotel. A Hawaiian today agree ) by hl Ie'WII.oOlIlhc't, n..I Nifli'M. against the conservative wina. talks .sly If Pr>'ml r Sou ."
the expected glean/ : large peace party Mate, which fused\ It lobe
TIP, towns were' 1''h'"II.' I |lush|> luau and buffet supper tor from Arizona, has said this vanna Phinima throws out lead There was no hint of enlarg.
listed In the
111\.It UNI 3,000, Hill Plllllll, \ WllllllIns :sc'niciit: of the guests will\ behoused I. scheduled at the [teach Club rear'' Republican platform ers of the rightist coup of April big the war to Include military of the wand"ullplcctlted"column primal
7r 00 |ni>|'U. Onh slight : In thc new TahltlanCovl for all Shrines and their ladles should \be similar to the liberal 19 and restorer the Communist action again Communist North bullot.

it.mi.ice to lull lines WilS; rrlnlt| Congress Inn which opens IM .' at 7 o'clock to be followed platforms of 1956 and 1960. Tathul Lao to Its former role In Viet Nam or of putting U.S. mil. Pawley said the r allfornla vic
t>il lii P.iloi'no-'in"I noiiiin doors for guests today for the 4CEREMONIAL: by dancing with music by lie said at the news confer the Laotian coalition govern nary forces Into Thailand or as. tory for Goldwater would have

Pu Iul.l,i. drift tine two bands once that he thinks every Re. men!. signing reinforcements lo the the psyi hol>igl( al affect of help.

1 Registration: for the ihrliters GUEST Included on the program, for publican would support Coldwa.ler The New China News Agency Southeast, Asian area generally Ing In unite the splintered, Florl.
will be at the Chan iher of Commerce If he ran on a "forward Reedy declined to answer any
the ladles is a show and da party organizationllu
style said the Pahot! Lao leader list
IHJt; o.S1111:5.: .\lf.MitliuP office on the IkrlhTrall. Noble O Carlyle Brock buffet at the teach Club Hotel looking" platform. ed there ondltlons for talks questions, explaining to rtport. said he believed hurt feel.
(.\ )-"'( living to i-1 MO .i I Itr'Ishoillge candidates for the degree Rockefeller said he hives ers, "This Is all I have to say send ,
although Ings world come to thedelegates'
Deputy Imperial Potentate on Friday nightIth entertainment with the neutralist premier!
In IHH f pi. oilui' 'iii. |! U work to be conferred at follow.Saturday's public opinion will bring Cold about It," actual exercise of
to
1:1'111111.1: Pivslknt. Vituro Dili the ceremonial, will register:' at water Into "the mainstream of Repeal of the order assigning their convention votc-. "I have
for the
Ins orilPiftl niiMl ritlonli% nut program other officials to
American cabin
and add.
thinking ports substantial
strict nxitrol ol i>\|mitii.lllll the Peach Club only. day light In tile :\aplcs senior women will open with a "cof ed: "The senator said Wednes. formerly hell by Pathot Lao Barry Takes hut a very matt will vote assurance fur Cold

signal' il.'i.HVSNtslnon. All four. of Morida's/ Shine High School auditorium with fee" In honor Imperial\ Sir's day night he was In the main. ministers and dlskldent neutral./ water,"' he said.

lU) UlllllllH I UlM sties t"O dUI Temples Jacksonville, Miami Egypt Temple's ritual team Lady Emily Brock at 9 a.in. stream of American Ihouglt, Ut ministers lint Mrs Janet Showalter of
J week tlilnnplioiit the Ii.it loll Orlando and Tampa -- from Tampa officiating. under the and all I Time Out
at Peach Club Hotel, followed can say I* that we've Dissolution of (the revolution ; Vero Dash and Da Lavorgne\
where it III I the staple i| mind.. ltjliii > arc participating In the:' affair the direction of Benny J. Rich- by a special tour of g<< a meandering stream, ary cunmlttee which staged the of Fort L u ,)f the

m't 1'l'Ic' OiliiiKs on Ix-ol Among the distinguished: ard. Caribbean Gardens There are hazards. In (that rlv. military April delegates, reiterated they w mid
right wing coup
and I lni lI| ult'II"l sliding, Urlft. Oilhe..r guests expected: Is Deputy !Imperial \ state-wide competition Booby Hicks of Tampa Is er." 19. Will RestWASHINGTON attend the convention unpledged.
exports" Potentate between the Rockefeller said he believes said the business of
O. Carlyle patrol teams will first ceremoilal master for Severe punlnhmwit ij the (AP) II the Pawley
Two vearii or dioinilil hive' Pnxjkof Eric, Pa. be held at 10 o'clock Saturday the occasion Others on his the Republican. platform shouldbe coup leaders. winners circle, ArUona Sen. the caucus would liu:ln''1e irgan.
drastic-all) lehicihlrn! >iilliu drafted and candl.
| 11..1. a ration of committees and mak.
morning at the senior Restoration of the situation to
High Goldwaler left
Barry the talking
committee' Include Castle

herds A Ui> Lloyd
f shortage In Fu date then elected lo run on it. arrangements tor accommo.datlons .
Flail FRY School football flcr Id.t noon of of the status quo before the coup tll hi a campaign spokesmen to
role: | IMS Ixxilllt! L'XfI01111, Jll'lltinft Orlando Joe Snyder at the convention In San
jrtie *o.irtiif on tin- homemarket The program will start with there will he a \lo.lem feast' Miami and Raleigh Mlllan of Savanna agreed' Wednesdayto day and slipped out of stchl yt Francisco.
a fish fry at 8 o'clock\ : r rlday for the Shrine at the Junior Tampa Malaysia To Draft Souphanouv n, request thai an undisclosed1;', hideaway.
night at the Junior High school High :School he arrange for the departure of Jubilant: over his victor InTuesday'
Carl Ctemmer president of the last two remaining Palhet .
\thletlc Field. (See full pro The climax of the affair will 12.000 In ServiceKUALA California presldun.Hal
the : Discover
Naples Shrine Club, Is serving Lao govern..*-it officials and primary Goldwaler' aides Missing
ALGIERSP1'1Ie
AK*rUn gram Page 3V.. be a colorful Saturday parade
as chairman of the Incal from
LUMPUR, Malaysia their JOO-miui bodyguard talked of a first-ballot victory j'
government radio Mid '
lasLty'
The first section of the the downtown section of Avon Park
that member of 4 UrfmlstCroup ceremonial through committee in charge of arrangements (AP)-&Ula\sla announced today Vientiane. the Republican National tonvvn. Boy, 7,
who! attuketl |IJOIIN In will be at o'clock I ri- arles In which the various with J. hllson Dy- 12,000 tu 15,000 men and Souvanna notified Souphanou. lion In San Francisco. Accidentally Shot

front of PrenUttiithm Ml! Ben ches, past president as his cochairman women will tw called up Im. vong, who is his hair-brother. ,
Bella's home Sundae "have been Spence Mlendorf medial!) for mil liar) service that he would ask the Interna.tloniU approval AVON PARK tAP -Seven.
arrested. . Is chairman of the committee! and civil defense In the first Control Commission to statement prepared by his cam. yea r*.Id Kenny Cairen who had

Two Police officer were arranging for automobiles and phase of a nationwide draft arrange to fl) the Palhet Lao palpi staff, Inviting his beaten been missing since Ma 23 until
wounded In the attack. for Minister Knaw Kill Boh, part> to Hanoi capital of Com. rival New York & v. Nelson A. his body was found 'm a lake
The radio Mid that the ear the Parade On Saturday Barrett ladies' affairs, Dr. llliam whose portfolio Includes man. munl't North Met Nam, "In the Roc kefcller, to help unite the More, was Idcntlally shot In
croup used was qulrklv found doctors John j llIlth i paver said those picked for shortest p..s siibletlme GOP for the November election the back by a companion while
and five perann were arrihit* housing and finance CJ. k- mllitar) service would undergo fight. they hunted snakes, Sheriff

The Shrine 1 Parade scheduled The parade v>ill proceed south Murry, tiler, Cleimnei and fcwe weeks bash raining and British Laborite "There are Mill roudstocross Druwird Cuter said
Dyche. fish fry and Mnjicm, than. on active duty or be W del,_
for afte 01' Third street>> to Fifth relate go but with California's .
Saturday rnoi will form' A coroner's Jury was: he<
then eastward through the feast; C.E. Alexander, n lsc.ellaneous. ; pitted In reserve Annual gales we have taken a giant I
f'lWORK (AP)Violence In the area Just north of the The announcement Supports ulud to me.H today
came as
section : step toward winning the presl.
business to Eighth
trurk In the New York subways Junior High school, and move It"111 north )UysU and Indonesia sparred Summit Meetings dentist nomination," the victory Two men dlgirliiK bait foundthe
again early today' off promptly at 1:3''' o'clock: street. turn onEighth ...r terms for meeting at a statement declared. body TuesdayPreviously .
Ismael Vale, 42, was stabbed Parade Marshall ten I arks street to the school foot Tropical Storm .. oNd tripartite summit with I OMJON AP)-Labor party| Yentas Kllchtl G"ldwaier's. t h t, mpanlon

In the chest by an unidentified announced todJy.Tematlve ball field where it disperse, Not Hurricane the Plltllf,,>III'. In an attempt to lender Harold( Wilson returned Campaign manager said II was said he had nut seen t .arren on
Negro on an IRT station at 72nd: plans call for the Parks said end the Jakarta.KniJa Lumpur tii.i from a (our eta) visit to the final word from the senator the day he dlwptu'1'" -, i'3

61. and Broadway, police reported make up In the area north of Each of the Temples attending MIAMI (AP The Miami I.*.,. MI .w ind said he t'"Kltfhlll.. for a while. home, which Is t..... std i 11 jm

The assailant fled. the school extending north to & die two-day ceremonial Mil Weather Bureau saiji..i" the Indonesia recently sent unitsof Ur.tern powers should .U"lOrt| "He will be' out '.>r rircuUtlm the lake
Valet was admitted to a hospital the site of the have various entries' In the parade tropical" 1 depression in limp drib a volunteer brigade to tte, the ,ides of annual summit for several dads," Kltchcl ald. Sheriff Cotter said l the eomrin-
which reported he was InhaUaactut' Then all new library. :arks anticipates. bean Sea XKJmil'i vote .' "' of Borneo frontier with Malaysia in,,.' mp. Kltthel said Gildwiter will lon told Wedne da> ilea> Kenr
/ ) condition groups win move to Miami ..' tr I ild and said lhe tgM be sentcrow "I think U i is the irlence ,
Toii'on at 3 J arks not exted keep a date to :address the com stepped In front A the gun
P.MI.
He told pollee he had Just a spot near the l>resbyterLanChurch f neetl M t up Into j sti,-m.W'ndi / later as ..r rlllJa. Indo.ne ro' ."i "nf ..h.. has dealt with mincemeat uf Pe"" ,\lv ml i Mil. 22allber pistil d wa sh.*
glues 0(111 train when the man and move off west on Lace called "r a parto i I'' ? .CI II" .'Dt that II r de .
'act. 'of i 20 t"', f'', m i ia ilr<'at u' .1.JUt ,000 i Itary College. in ttritor next in the back He d the ldei -'
plunged: a knife inti him without ;second Avenue, South, to 'hi r ?, d. "I" c, I f, I t3: flnaILrill i ; j. ti I H I IC' mII
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By JAMES MARLOWE ,
scene of a number of Jury trial;
AttoclaUd Press N.... Analyst
this week the court presidedover

iWA Jill c a ,,t t by Judge Richard M.Stan

WASHINGTON (AP) If Sen. want a 'WI" rrylau'' ley.The
Dim Goldwater gets the Re dgJpt r !"U 1 WIn case against Harral.
public an prenlctentl.il nomination l'M6'there 'as llttleme "'III" Temiey, charged with driving(
and runs against President t John between the i\i(" us' ,i \vMle, Intoxicated was nolle
son, voters will get a hance to phllnsophlt ol John 1 F K"IIII"< I grossed. Kay Wauters vas
make a not guilty same
liven them In years, Nixon. Keiuiedx 's record,! in tin, 1 .n I y charge.
It will be a choice\ between two hate list been onl) mo"IPI itI III > \
Alice L. Hart sell and Elmer
distinct philosophies of government ly I liberal. Noun t.ilkoel tli ,
as represented hi the ran sane.Unfortunately. i annon were found guilty on

dictates If not exactly b>' the for Xi\, n, ho, charges of driving while Intox
pettiest had a 'knack of ant uonl/lm \ ., icated. The sentences were,
The liberalism of Johnson and people win hud inner I I"' "ti. I I" $250 fine or 125 days In Jail
the onservutism preached by er to him tli in a i bleu i r i .nsi plus 10 days in Jail. and a revocation
Goldwater, although Mime con, reen. And KInll"'I'' ,i mm h of driver's license ordered -
elder the conservative label far more relaxed) .dud i m." ,,mil; I inure for the maximum period.
too liberal for Goldwater. won but onli i h>\ i squ.kYet ,
Ted i ii. Williams was found
Even so, the dlfferrate between when 1 Konnr I split s''inol '
would be mt guilty on three charges of
the two men so hlllllhf'l"all'IUlI'h"i' i t"I' '' '
apparent that no one couM) miss El I less run hI i hi"i t>'m<". i alt w i iJc /. ortnless checks. Other not
It. >rltli i in ooth him+..... Iii, it its r guilty verdicts were renderedtr
Every four >ears Democrats stuck h>' limn 10'',"" \ ithi" I the case of Ray Ochs, char-
and Republicans put| on a snug own part). Mc-ill, ,u I I m i ed with petit' larceny;and Carl 1
and.lame a so tailed din example.Thl Hughes on a charge of reckless
,usslon of the Issues which: u-ir' it |ii'ist" .' display of firearms.
!h supposed to point out the till though the two rt., 1"1.,1", i" Lloyd B. Parker was found
ferenc l between the two puitlos. that ,
sumo t\Un Ilk. In ittt flI
ot guilty on one charge of
In reality any different is hardly "ulIUII.tlp. ilk, JIIlIh",l d
driving while license was re-
visible QoMwalPlu>uM l .' "-till.itcclifllTUlt
The IJpmf'rab and Heiiuhll III what tilt slur. ?I .,, yoked but guilty on a second
vans these flays am prit tit ally If tlllTP W,is till, ', '111'' one and, the same 'pirt and for iMtwcim the i II irtlis -"n, Charges of failure to have vehicle -
the sime reason, Both tune heir literal, oiia lilfflil "JIIIII'I'\i iti".' under control, and leave
own teat h of lllior.ils utnl reattloiurles ', the vi teis tntild<. nuke' i I Ir ing the scene of an accident
but the majority In more Intilllgcnt. "'hole D m tlio were dismissed. lie was found
both are >'onscrv.it IVCH. part they wanted to sun thpKuvprnmciit.
Y not guilty on a charge of resisting -
So for years In ('lp'Uon after _._ _. _.__._ _._ _.._
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elettlon voters have not really If the Gnldwalcr Nuplwnt.l| | EXECUTIVE MEMBERS( of the committee for the Shrine
ben i 'Irtwron plannhiR spring motion for a new trial was filed
boosing pirtlmnwmu got ccmlrol ot thp iuitIt tin
Seek ceremonial to be held here June 56eie Interested observers Major the verdict of
<'h us between Incllvl'lual <';an likely IhlnpjrIOMR enough lot CompromiseOn as Showdown On against guilty on
tilt).ties ami then not on Issues It to lie' a.INr.II",1! l hI' their vlm\s. For Archie S Turner, seated left, and Glenn Allen, Collier County Commis. the second charge of driving
hut on iwrNonillty.Throe the voters In time would I hive Amendment stoner, signed proclamations proclaiming the event which is expected to while license was revoked.

examples, tell the storjtCon. a teat ,cut hole<'p. But tlic>re'h School Prayers bring some 3,000 Shriners to Naples for the weekend Standing from left The case against Sim Brock,
UwlRht I D. Hspiihowpr; also danger| In till for roptibll. Bill with snook
by
are : Charles Alexander, Dr. William Bnirett, Ben Parks, Spencer B. Allen. Rights charged taking
when IIH M'idlil| I ; Stevenson WASHINGTON; lAP I I
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o'| i i'unl. methods was dismis-
doif John Smith C J, McMurry Carl Clemmer president of the Shrine illegal ,
In 10ri2, was, u national If the< mood) ol tuft coun tot ts were wider wi) today' to of
the the
mllltirv hero, wlrll.ry| kllwlllllld try Uirni-cl 1 mil to !hI! fir more write a compromise amendment Club, and J, Wilson Dyches. (NEWS photo) sed at request arresting -
officer and the
highly |popular| | Stevenson was. a lilK-ril than Coldwiitpr strata to permitting prayers In time 1 lhllrscluKJl1 Comes NearerWASHINGTON prose-
llkoalile man, too, but he had think ami rppullicanlm IH>- less sweeping than the cuting attorney. Albert V.Scherlltz .
f.uiH' rnrOPM syncximous with con major one now being proiiosed. DEATHSHELSINKI Methodists Form Graduate, Although was found guilty of

It no l"p'If'I\I'II| | | that LlM'iihciw siTvitlKm In the pulillc, wind undertakenby (AP-.uth. falling to yield right-of-way
The effoit 111 clng l Finland New District 1,000 Miles AwayFORT
AP
er was 1'11'1'11',1 on tho Kt'iKihll, It cnulil wreck tint laity totally >nts of the, original Frans Eemll, ( '75>- trn Democrats turned down to. was sentenced $100 fine or 60
proMiu|
""UII air kel. But i ran iinyono ilon)4) or fIll )H-ar. measure, who now feel there Is UnnlKh winner Slllanpaeae of the 1939, With 26 Churches WALTON BEACH, Hi.A day a Senate leadership propo days in Jail.
he would hive won Just u* over But at. loast the' nation would little chance for winning ppro i Nobel Prize for Literature died ( P)-Seniors In the Choctara, sal to start voting Monda on The cases against Thomas 0,
whet mingly If he had LAKELAND (AP) BlfchopJames hat'hee School' the civil rights bill under. a
\ run us .1 Rut til .i Johnson GolclVtatei fight val of It In the House Judiciary Wednesday. High marching Miler and henry A.Brousseau,
Demcxnt? Tho K.IIIIC two men u chime long niHslnj to show Committee W. Henley 1s expected to band will receive their diplomas strict limitation on debate. charged wIth petit larceny were
.how It tieU.ColdwaliT. appoint a superintendent coon almost 1,000 miles away from Sen. Mike Mansfield of Mon continued. Calvin Nix was found
is a |....p.IIt.nlloilI..IIIIII.ltO The omplfted nix ODERUN, Ohio (AP-Fred. lor a TltusvllleJo-HollywcHxldis their graduation exercisebut tints, the Democratic leader. ,
would, have to organ weeks of hearings on all pro erlck O. Grover, 90, professor trict created by the Florida won't miss a word ot the (com asked unanlmoun consent for guilty of a charge of driving
Title Companyof tee! Ills tliliAliiff fur ,letter thin. |M>scd amendments Wednesday emeritus of botany at Oberlin Methodist Conference. mencement. such voting after charges of while intoxicated but a motion
IID ins. so fir \tihll'la1ll1"ltltnlnlt and will get down to clodding College who Is credited with The district was approved Tie 15 graduating hanrlmt'm. Dixie forces that the Mil's proponents for a new trial was filed.
Naples ,is .1 would lundlcliti II he Is what action to take In two or being the first American college Wednesday at the conference's. berg are putting in a weeklong were now conducting a
eotne to |l'I'I'II'nt' any ilc.ircut, three weeks Instructor to teach Darwin's 122nd Session and includes 26 stay at the Florida Pavilion of rounterflllbufcter to avoid a voteon !
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS r'ontprehensihte| philcwciiihy 1 of' theory of evolution, died Wodnes. churches with I2,000members. the New York World's Fair. (tending jury trial amend. Civil Rights Put
Prpptrd Bldg. day The smallest of 12 In the con. They were concerned about ments.
MI 20&t guvcruua'nt feller put on have been almost
-_ ference, it was taken from an missing the commencement Friday In objecting to the request, On Program For
(SI Fifth Av<", So. Up| till now lit* s Ix-on mostly Incredible from a sober, pollticjul
.
crilical.ni i the Di'inocruti with .t.&ll w. j. out ol Or luff tiny' detailed and more for |pep tilks than pro Magrln'Vernerey, 72, who com Orlando and West Palm Beach A long-distance telephone line the Southern leader, called It an
N....... 'ou.t"UI'tlVIf program ol his grains. They didn't talk issues, mandod Free French ground districts. Melbourne will be Its in the pavilion easily solved the attempt to put the blame for CLEVELAND (AP>) Civil
hAoe, i) "I.. own. They talked general'tloe.: forces In Britain during World headquarters.The problem Band Director James the failure to vole on opponentsof rights has been assigned a prl.
..,... Thin rumpilgns, he mid New Their whole show was, for War D, died Wednesday oft! new district Include Leonard will hand out the diplomas the Ilouse.passed bill. orlty slant on the agenda uf the
otks Con Nelson A. It.w'kit. those reasonrprlmltiveolltice.I heart attack. > ,Brevard, Indian River, St. Lu. In New York when Principal Mansfield's request was to 56th annual Governor-i' Confer
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, i cle, Martin, Palm Beach and II. A. Bruner reads,off the limit debate on ail of more ence opening here Saturdj/.
Brewtrd counties and parts of pupils' names along With the than SCO amendments to one Governors of CO state: and
Hsndry, Glades, lllght&cts{ and rest of the class half hour each and on a lead American Samoa, Guam, Puerto .
Osceola counties. ershlp substitute for the House Rico and the Virgin Islands
The session was told that 7,679 bill to two hours, beginning have been divided lint' three
new members Joined the confer. Widow Sues Power Monday. groups of 17 each to tackle ep-
-- ence during the last year, bring. If agreed to, this would have arate aspects of the problem, in
'I ing the total to 176,266. Company For DeathOf wIped out any need to try to concurrent two hour aes!h.J
c' Some 1,100 ministers and lay. carry out the plans, to Invoke Tuesday morning
: : men were attending the session, Football Star the Senate's debate.limitingcloture Those sessions will be 1.>1-
which runs through Sunday. CLEARWATER (AP-A $750 rule.Russell lowed by reports from ci ,airmen .
t '', > Bishop Henley appeared for 000 negligence suit against the said that the Southerners of the three meetings, Gcv.
greater understanding of recent, Florida Power Corp. was filed could not agree to the Richard J. Hughes of New Jer.
more liberal, church policies on Wednesday by Mrs, Don Flem, request because, he maintained sey on education, GoVt Matthew
racial matters. Ing, widow of the Cleveland it would not allow adequate E. Welsh of Indiana on emploj.
Browns defensive buck electrocuted time to !! Denies MotionTo In Orlando a year ago posed amendments to the bill. Colorado on public accommodo.
while working on a constructionJob. Senate leaders discounted lions and housing

Welcome Dismiss Suit suggestions that their chancesof
Fleming, onetime University getting the Senate to vote a
.Over CleopatraLOS Florida football star" died when debate limitation had been hurt
current surged from overhead by the California
primary or by Probe Death Of
ANGELES (AP-A federal power lines through a pine he the tactical maneuvers of
Judge on Wednesday donled WM helping guide to the ground opponents.A Hotel Lifeguard
IMPERIAL SIR 0. CARLYLE BROCK a motion by 20th Century.rox from a crane. two-thirds majority will be
studios for dismissal of a null The 35-year-old widow alleg required, or 67 votes If all 100 FONT LAUDERDALE (AP) -
brought by actress Elizabeth e. |In the suit that the |power senators vote, to halt a Southern The death i Taylor and husband Eddie omponv was negligent In not filibuster against the bill by hotel pal! while wearing under
Fisher over proceeds from th* adequately safeguarding Its pow.er clamping a tight limit on further water breathing equipment wan
movie "Cleopatra. line,. debute, now In its 70th W!. being Investigated by Fort Laud.
Finn Ing had a summer Job Assistant Itenxx'ratic' Leader erdale police today.
Illustrious SirsStu Drive Carefully And live with the Hubbard ConstructionCo. Hubert II. Humphrey and Republican Officers said William B. Bis.

__ ___ Leader Everett M. hop, 26, lifeguard at the Trade
Dlrksen said they' have no In. Winds Hotel, was found at the
tentlon of being deflected from bottom of the pool Wednesday.
the course set earlier In the Ills air tank was empty. lie was
week to wind up the debate sad! wearing flippers and a diver's
Lang, Egypt Tempe pass the bill weighted belt.
They discounted! reports that,
the refusal of Senate leaders to
accept) an offer from the Dixie

Malcolm McAllister Mahi contingent to vote on several 1 ..,.., .
Temple ('t amendments this week had hurt :-.. ....,'.co'' ,
their chances of <. V'.J 10(.' ,
mustering the
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necessary margin foi clotun.Humphrey .. ;.,-tt '
r and Dlrkson also ... \
Harold Kastner Baliia Temple ) said. the vie'ton ol Sen. Barr ; 3. '
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Golduater, R \rlz., in Caliloii 'f
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Thomas E. Taylor, Morocco Temple drive Guld"dter'to s limit stand debate against despite III

yoking doturu.Referring .
to Goldwater', cenext h.4C'0VERSATION
ol New York Gov. Nelson"

andGeneral |i | \, Hex hotelier: llumphiesaid
Is Your 1 the tote In California: .hurt

i Rim keteller, not loture."
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Garden Hut Sen. Richard B. Russell ,
L I It 001., leader of the Southern
senators battling the civil rights
NobilityAnd

Too Big For Your Lot? ter'x bUllId virton.might he thought causeonie Golchva : .BUZZEIt-

senators In change their mind Beehive hairdo Is making a
and "vote against, gag rule." buzz of conversation in New
Your Ladies ..for. thin i ha,....... yw Maid' w tfx *M rte The otter of the Southern York. Bavarian lasses servme -

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fo to Start venire on amend cafe New York Worlds Fair
PINS IDOI EXTENSION Tim. Nuts marked a swite in stn brought the charming old-
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PROGRAM FOR FRIDAY, JUNE 5th PROGRAM FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 6th
FRIDAY JUNE 5th

Noon 6 p.m. Candidates begin checking into Beach Club Hotel, off.i- 9:00 '.m. Candidates report to lobby of Beach Club Hotel to meet 6:30 p.m. ladies. style forum and' buffet in Beach Club Dining Room.

clal headquarters. Registration in lobby for candidates only with doctor for physical examinations. Entertainment hour to follow. Tickets on sale at registration

(Other registration at Chamber of Commerce building on 1000a.m.Competition: by Patrols from Four Florida Temples at desk for ladies. of Nobles. Candidate's. wives to be guests of

Tamiaml Trail at 17th Avenue North.) High School l Football Field. Temples.

6:00 p.m. Fish. fry at Junior High School Field. Tickets will be $1.25 Noon Moslem Feat t f for all Nobles at Junior High. School, site of SATURDAY, JUNE 6th

for general Nobility.. All Nobles Invited. to participate. Second Section. Tickets are $1 .25. Temples will take care of 900: ..m. ladies. Coffee In honor of Imperial Sir's Lady Emily. Brock.

4 7:30 p.m. Candidates meet with Recorders of Temples at High tickets for their uniformed units. To be held| at Beach Club( Hotel.,

School Auditorium for and l 1:00 p.m. Parade forms and moves off at 1:30 p.m.
briefing organizational meeting. ll.OO.m.Special tour of Caribbean Gardens. Shopping tours to

9:00 p.m. First. Section by Egypt Temple's Ritual Team in High 2:30 p.m. Temple opens. for Second Section performance by Director follow.|

School Auditorium. Noble Benny J. RiChard in charge. Staffs of competing Temples. Introductions of visiting D.gnl6. :QO p.m. Reception. for New Nobles and ladies. at Beach Club Hotel.

GENERAL COMMITTEE IN CHARGE OF CEREMONIAL tane'- 7- P-m- Luau and buffet at Beach Club Hotel Tickets on sale at
6:00: p.m. Reception for all New Nobles and their Ladies Only by
First Ceremonial Matter Bobby Hicks, Egypt Temple : registration desk.
Colonel of Units Lloyd Castle, B hia Temple Divans of Temples. To be held at Beach Club Hotel. 8:30: p.m. Dance at Beach Club Hotel

Publicity Director Joe Snyder, Mahia Temple 7:00 p.m. Hawaiian Luau and buffet at Beach Club Hotel. All Nobles NAPLES SHRINE CLUB COMMITTEES

Assisted by and ladies invited to attend. Tickets are $3 per person. (New General Chairmen Carl Clemmer and J. Wilson Dyches

Pest Potentate Raleigh Milian, Egypt Temple, General Housing Chairman Nobles and ladies. guest of Temples). Parade Marshal; Ben J, Parks
Second Ceremonial Master Bill Berkhan, Egypt Temple Automobiles Spencer Allendorf 1 Tilers -- C J.
Recorders Don McKay, Egypt Temple, George Cochrane, BaM Temple, Jimmy 8:30 p.m. Two bands to play for dancing at Beach Club Hotel. Doctor Dr William J Barren ladies affairs Spencer McMurry Allendorf

Hathaway, Mahi Temple. Finance John Smith Fish fry and Moslem Feast Clemmer, Dyches
John Smith Miscellaneous C, E. Alexander

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Father Made Sons Drug Addicts Little Change Thur.l y, June 1. lilfil COLLIER ('OUNTY NEWS 3.)
What You Should
NASIIVIIll, Twin. (\P)-.\ with m.inulai luring narcotic flier J. Hoffman of IlllmU. Ix-long to the South Nut many!
fltllll was iriChtk-ll ttlHllH'Hll.1) nml contributing to I he dell Seen In House running for s Mate fflce sod un. literal Eoulheriiers scriptttblrt!
niRllI Illll .IIIIIMHl III .KklllllllRIlls qmiio"' of his wins age H snit Miler, William II. Awry of Kan. te Pfrnwratic Ifartershlp art
two lei'll..IRC Isms ill .111o I 15!i. Know About Shrine tae, Is running fur governor but available or willing to lake Ili4polltlial '
I |,nun iiiiHimnl| lit'1 rI' li.clfioui Rules CommitteeWASHINGTON still riHill, hiingn his mind and risk Involved In HOU.MJItulus
.. liur l $" 00 bond. Tln toys were de. I. Some 833,000 Nobles Shrine radii of Miniature tIe, Shrine humanitarian of .
loll ". comprise pa i port (AP) Jhe: All the remaining 12 nieinlwrscome Mist prominently mentl>n KIs I
Jinn P. \'Ir, II n w ," I' ti ".'il t" "" .1 l it Juvenile Court the organization known as uniformed units, an expansiverelief forts powerful House holes Commit. from districts cnlllll.h-r| | Kip. Claude Pepper of f'llIr'!
tin Ancient Arabic Order Nobles map of North America with 10. Another principle olShrlnednm f!lee likely will remain under the "saft"or re*'lot'lion. Ida, un avowed literal I whIt
-- of the Mvstlc Shrine for North lights to designate the loratlonof li humanltarlanlnm. tenuous control Ir, xlinlnlMra. Avery and doffm, along Voted for the civil rights bill soil.
Ana-r lea. The 167 Temples are Temples and hospitals; oil paintIngs Each year more than 5,000 crip- lion Democrats In ZOOS! although with the other three Riuhll., who c located In the United Slates, Canada of Nobles Warren C. Hard pled children leave one of the 17 It will have two or three now cans: gunt>'.ally Law teamed U|> t trlit. Although a House IrltNh.
and Mtxlco. Ing, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Simmers Hospitals throughout the members.One In the past with two ti inocratj, nun, Tipper has served In ttid
2. The Shrine, organized: In Harry S. Truman; a rase with U.S., Canadja and Mexico. These of (lie prtcont I 10 Demo Chairman Howard W, Smith of Semite
BEST WISHESTO 1870, lias appealed to many be the official Red Fez of each children, crippled, due to orthopedic cratlc seals and prc>l>dl>ly two Virginia and WlllUin M. Colmer fII""I's cnlloatniui expect
cause of Its colorful costumes, Shrine Temple and a replica of problems, leavelhe ho.. of the five Republican souls will of Mlsklislppl. to form t con.servatlve him to be offeritl a (nod fedora!
ceremonies and pageantry ill each Shrine Hospital and various pltals much Improved or com be vacant when the new Con. minority.R poult Ion when he leaves Cue{ I
with .in Arabic or Near East historic exhibits. Photographs blotchy rehabilitated. TIle Shrln fress convenes In January, an.iumlnf |i. tohn U. Andorson, R. gross. Ill* 1"111',111111 vote tn the!
ALL flavor. The glamour of the or, all Past Imperial Potentates, Recorders era Hospital program has often continued ttamocrutlc 111., rtxirlmtly| lias the InMile Ilouhe Rules Committee will Mnenlud
gjnlzatlon has been heightenedby and Treasurers are on been called "The World sCreat. control of the House. track to rvplaie lloffnian. No durlHg the remaining;; I
the history and origin of the display. sal Phllanthroj." TIll Democratic vacancy will 0110 has Leon pnmilnunlly men. months of the present itos'>lon,
Slirlne ritual. Walter Flemingand 7. 11. In 1870 the Imperial Grand be the sent of Rep. Carl Llllutt tinned to lake A very'. |place
Fellowship Is of the
one
WIlium J. Floremeorlgmate Shrine principles dedicated to Council for North America was of Alabama, who was dofeatttd Replacing) tlltott may pose There will be Sit tlertortf( I
the Idea for the establishmentof formed with headquarters In New for renomlnatlon In MIKO the Ala.
SHRINERSAND Masonr. The Shrine providesthe Tuesday's quite a prullem votes cant t for President thl 1 II
th* Order. to York City. At that time the primary. One Ful>llcan, El. b.iman seat normally would year
means widen the fellowship t
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3. The Crenent Is the of prerequisite for membership In ,
that was first I enjoyed In the
fit Ul Inntrma of the Or kr. In Europe, Asia, Africa and
Masonic Lodge It offers com
the enter I I. the headofaSihlnx, others America established as a 32 -CI/ordm
panlonshlp with similar JtJ
on the luck of which I.I the P) ra, degrees Scottish Rite Mason era
tastes, Interests and feelings and
THEIR mid and Star, The Latin motto, provides close association with Knights Templar In good stand
"Rolmr tt furor," signifies Ing. The puriMise of the Imperial
men who are leaders In all walks
ktrength and fUr). Council was to build the Orderof
of life.S. .
4. The firm major hart! ) Nobles Into tn organization forth
LADIESII umleitiken b\ the Older was In Faithfulness Is another prln exercise of charity,Improve, WELCOME SHRINERSVISIT
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1888 during the )yellow fever epl| I Iili iljle of Slirlnedom. Joining the ment of the mind, and an ally of
'mli' In JiikKonvllli, Florida Shrine Is joining a fraternity the fraternity of Free Masonry In
The utrkl.'rII.1I1I1 members Mo trusted and loyal friend Stirln the U.S. This was adopted. at the
roc'i'o Temple)' assisted b> as era are faithful to each other and first Imperial Council Session. ALEXANDER'S WHILE IN NAPLES
sex'\Uile Knight Templar, or, to the centuries old code of ethics 12. "Strong Leg Run That
K;ml zed themselves Into J relief that has made "'JlIOnr) the most Weak lAIn May Walk Is the
corps/ to jut vII IIms.i. enduring fraternal order In the motto of the annual East,West WOMEN'S KNIT WOMEN'S SMARTDRESSES
:i. run loving Sinners have world College All Star Shrine Football
liken treat ink'' In then 9. A third principle of Shrine Game held In &in Francisco, SHORT SETS
,'JUIIe,. The first was held In Ibm Is fun. Shrlners are men who Calif late In December of each
Billlnmie In 1884 md the first .nkn' life. They enjoy football year. This Is one of the athletic
n.lllnnJlll.lutkt w.is hl'lllnOI1l.l,1 gamesclrrus.sbands,dances and cirrus events sponsored b>' 5.95 5.95 to 11.95
ha in 180! ::!. III all .i glittering simply| quiet social occasions the Temples as fund raising sill
p-igeuil from Mart to (meld. ,. with each other. yet this same vltles for the Shrlneri Hospitals Sites 10 to 16 Misses Jr.'a Half Sizes
0. The Ceoi'!ceV.ishlnctonMiMnh MjDment In Urge measure sup for Crippled Children
Natkin.il Memorial l In
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JUNE 4, 1964 t. k pj \\ashlnjtort Correspondent

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Welcome, Thrice Welcome, Shrine NoblesIn WASHINGTON:" ,NEAl The State of Mississippi IS
getting ready with a plan the aim of which-at the very least
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_is to delay a final, potentially explosive confrontation with
We welcome and congratulate the federal authority over desegregation of public schools.
of 4,000 Shrine Likely to be handed soon to Gov. Paul for signature .
the neighborhood brave souls who have been selected to are four legislative bills which would for all practical

Nobles from all parts of Florida will make the trek "across the burning sands" purposes allow him to close public schools that have been

start arriving in Naples today for the All. It is to be hoped that the ordeal l wlH ordered bY U.S. courts to desegregate and to set up a private

State Shrine Ceremonial on June 56. leave them with sufficient vigor to ..v school The system proposal for In Mississippi question would white permit children.the state to make

It will be the largest meeting ever |joy some' of the city's "ntr 4inrrwnt f.a. ,. tuition grants: to private school students to provide them with
this and the Naples Shrine I free textbooks to protect the retirement status of teachers
held in area, tures such as the beach, the svtal :
leadership are who may shift from public to private schools, and to ml
Club and its aggressive golf courses, etc. in the duration: finance Commission the power to supervise

to be congratulated for making arrange Welcome, thrice welcome. Noble these efforts

ments to have the ceremonial conductedhere. and ladies The City of Napltn, its officials These measures have the governors possible
pears his clear intent to use them to avoid as long as
and residents, (and all Collier County in Mississippi schools.
i any racial mixing
On behalf of all Neapolitans, we as a matter of fact) hope you will

extend to the visiting Nobles, their wives find your stay here enjoyable and pleasant THIS mn1l'L.Ot': COIRSK:, is closely patterned after
most hearty and sincere ) that employed by local authorities since 1959 in Virginia
friends
and
a ,
Prince Edward Count)'. The U.S. Supreme Court has Just
welcome. It is sincerely hoped that the Stay as long as you can, and when voided this approach in effect ordering Prince Edward to reopen

two-day event will be a most enjoyable| you have to go back to your homes \ ) I its long.closed public schools
authorities indicate their belief that
have But Mississippi any
and that we may soon again and businesses as
one come again just Prince Edward decisions to
application of the Mississippi
the pleasure of entjrtainmg this distinguished soon as you can. The welcome mat will] ::::::J schools could not be managed in time to prevent use of the

group always be out. private school system In certain! areas in the coming fall


.. .,. ,. Ni2hc schoollerm.If that expectation should prove correct then the operation .
,
.p. :: ;? < "" ); d<, ". of public schools with both while and Negro pupils mightbe
.l; : / ,;;:< A
::x'o put off at least until February 1963 and perhaps later.

With such delay would come avoidance of the explosive
dangers which would inevitably :accompany the introductionof
I school desegregation into the last U.S. state with no shredof
6I it today.
? . .. . . .. The prospect would be elimination of the possibility: that
President L>'ndon Johnson might have to resort to use of
federal troops to halt possible resistance to desegregation
.::? .... r T: r/ orders. This has been one of the)few really sharp swords
Eyes light .' hanging over the President's head' in an election year that
Top SecretA in most ways looks amazingly promising for him.
Men do make passes at girls who wear woman's idea of keeping a secret Is .
glasses-just drpends on their frames. refusing to tell who told It to her. LETTER& MISSISSIPPI OKSHUFKS: : arc guessing that final de.
-TIIKHUUAH: : (FU) HnMhNms -THE BLAKESBURO (IOWA) EXCELSIOR NATIONAL OUTLOOK -- ; segregation orders will soon be handed down for public
tr tr sl To The ,.E= 3 schools in the cities of Jackson and Biloxi' and the rural
rift W\\ county of Leakc home county of former Gov. Ross Barnctt
& {
EDIT
Behind the Thiune Progress Against UnemploymentBy Once the legal situation is finally defined Gov Johnson
stands Second ThoughtsThink could act to institute private schools in the affected areas.
successful a
Behind man
woman who every couldn't be more surprised. twice before you speak-If you OIORGE HAGEDOXN GOOD FIRE DEPT If and when a confrontation between the two Johnsons
Intend to what think. does occur however, it not quite the bitter affair
-THE!: LiNUtN. : (CALIF.) HERALD say you may prove
-THE SUSSEX (N.B.) KINGS COUNTY RECORD Editor Collier County News past Mississippi experience would suggest. Gov. Johnson in
T1 Sy tr business cycle analysts as the was rising. Increased labor did his predecessor Ross Harried
should the East Naples -
40th month of more-or-lesa costs could be appreciate _.
A Lot a passed on and
of f DifferenceRemember .
Fire Department. When "::'y..4 <:::S' >,.> "
Improves With Age continuous Improvement In hence did not reduce profit
when school parking lots business conditions. But the margins Since Job opportunities they call It, Is It a necessarycall
were designed for bicycles: Instead of Misers may not be fun to live with
record of unemployment dur- spring from profit
but they make wonderful ancestors. opportunities or a trash fire. FUNNY BUSINESS
cars? ing this period shows a peculiar this meant that unemployment The fireman and
all
-TlIK!: M.U'hTUN (Wl,) JI' .:AI' Cot'MYCllKIINNIh -THE: CHEWELAK (WASH) INDEPENDENT of The on duty
pattern Its own. could be kept at
a
the
I<< overall unemployment rate low level despite the upward volunteers drop whatever ff$ ,:1' 7..f'f.Y. (i'f.//jp' /?? 1'i.
.
are wherever
they doing, they '' ; ;
I dropped from close to 7 per- trend In labor costs. r: ". ; : ,, .
are and the .r-
call.
cent in the first half of 19S1 Since about 1957. however, answer Theycan't .
to 55 percent In February we have had approximately stop to ask If the caU ; -: -. -

others ,say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS 1962 Since the latter date, It level prices. Cost Increases Is necessary.My .
has hovered around 55 per could not be passed on. What husband and I appreciatethe
cent and developed no par happened is that the power of fire department very much.
I ticular trend either labor unions to raise costs One day we were burning trash

downward. UPW8rdJf was counteracted J>y anover, and someone called the fire f.
Apparently, once hanging supply'ol unemployed station,. to a matter of minutes
spurt of recovery was completed persons in the job market. It the firemen and neighbors[

the subsequent economic took an unemployment levelof were there. If my house had
expansion was either not fast about 5.5 percent to bring been on fire, was:
enough, or not of the right about this result and stop the everyone
there to do whatever could.
kind, to bring about any lmr general rise of unit labor coats they
provement In the unemployment It costs money every time the
situation.One Union PressuresWe fire truck Is called. Residents '

might be tempted to may In the future break of East Naples should stop and
(
conclude that 5.5 percent un- through the 5.5 percent unem- think before they make unnecessary -
employment represents a sort ployment level as a result of calls.
of rock-bottom and that no renewed price rises. (This Is Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Kirkland
amount of economic growthcan the statement of a possibility East Naples

l1I break through this level. rather than an expression of _c:) yzi
But this conclusion would the writer's views as to desire
r bring up the question of why able national policy) With Today
we were able to keep the un. substantial cost Increases In
employment rate substantially foreign Industrial countries,we Washington 1'1
I colt below this figure in certain are likely to see some relaxa-

earlier prosperous periods. tion of the pressures which By fh. "My husband's catch, and lie detector test he took
During the Korean War years have prevented any generalrise ASSOCIATEDPRESS to prove itt"!
bfLLJlk \ unemployment fluctuated In Industrial prices here
within a narrow band at about In the U. S '
'
the 30 percent level. During But do we really have to < '
the capital goods boom of 1955 make a choice between infla- NO EXIT?: A Republican N -
through '57, the unemploy- tion and unemployment? Onlyas "space task force" accused the
ment rate stayed close to 4.0 long as labor unions con- National Aeronautics and Space
percent. tinue to exert their special Administration today of falling
I, powers In raising labor costs. to provide resruo means for
Behavior of PricesAn In a labor market freed from Gemini spacecraft.

important factor which such pressures there Is no reason The task fort said: "The Remarks
lk distinguishes the KoreanWarand why we could not simul- haphazard planning! of the Go.
capltal-goods-boom periods taneously have a stable price mini program and the apparent
from the more recent expansion level and an unemploymentrate lack: of interest in assuring a ;'..:,,-:': ',,. .i' '
Is the behavior of well below 5.5 percent reasonable> level of safety for "
prices. In the two earlier pe our astronauts is highly Irro.sponMMe A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTSIt
and merits further Investigation
mCt: Z' I' PAGODA : ORATE I by Congress." + has been dry as dust here
Th ChrlMlin leaner Monitor AV OWED R I SGRAC.RSS Rep. Charles S. Gubser, R. for several months So wouldn't you
Where here \OV Indoctrinated?' c I N E MIA. A MIl D E Calif., task force chairman, not.vd know the rains
Asr.ETA.1.-1 I that Dr. Edward C. Welsh, would start Just when
I.Otln :lb lm\ acting chairman of tho National the big Shrine All-State
... P RI I M A. I C N Ceremonialis

Non-Weakening Amendment 0&procen. Softfood :lll Arsons.\.1\1 1 5 E k A l A \Ill N U E Space United States Council must, has be prepared said the getting set to begin.

regel.lble :ON Ilth..ld A V t.C; T A. 0 6 EIS EII.
to accept casualties on spacenights The fellows
The Rev Martin Luther King Jr said punished by summary trial without a Fact 3\\elhlllt\ : G E T.S c'R V-B.l i who are slated to

[recently) that he was "appalled and jury only If the penalty Is one providedfor U.nlller the 3l: 1'r.,11II1 NIP., TIC I PAL., Gubser said this could bo ac.c "cross the burning sands" may get a

distressed" at move now under way to "petty offense" The Judge-mad purpose r\rhaugr TIN t 5. .G H v R R V < pled only If every possible set of wet feet in the process if
rule that contempt caeca are somehow IS. \\ onhlen JJ \
often the civil right bill through \.llIIoIttr E N ATE H t R 0 I 1'1 step has been taken to prevent this "heavy due" ( Okay so it is
an exception to the Sixth Amendmenthat leol\'ing J-I tl Cllerll ,
amendment. in effect been nullified 16. Company Indian A GIL E T. TR ; i A L S such adequate tragedies safety gear by developing and space! spelled DEW) continues to fall.

"Any amendment that weaken the The civil rights bill must reflect this abbr. n.: (::users rescue equipment, and by improved .
OF SATURDAY
bill," ht said ".r. unacceptable"But change. And if the bill it "weakened' 11. Foud napk 36 Casle SOLUTION PUZZ'.Il manufacturing methods Maybe a batch of good weather -

there I II at leant one amendmentthat thereby, If some violators of civil rights 18. Snoop 3i' :\ll.rl >0N: There was no Immediate com could be coaxed in if every
friends of chil rights ought to escape punishment through it, tve must 19 Side anu armbd tl I I.p. ment from the space agency. Neapolitan ( especially the
stal-
bill ai Justice Go'dhei'! .. out In 20. Fr. Island 311 S 'vih lur Mltc MK.KUIIMllr
accept because without It the may accept g pones 1 ANOTHER LOOK A second
be declared unconititutional That I.1 the Barnett, that 'thii possibility |I. the price 2\\. Legume John .' ('ulturrI .,,, Senate Inquiry Into ho impact wart members of the Naples Shrine
amendment granting Jury trial in nontrivial we he chosen to pay for our cherished 22. .del 3Q. tr. \i.lIl&e.III' I Illrllllight on the nation's business of defense Club ) will keep his or her, fing

criminal contempt case arising llbertiet"In 23.numerAl Roman 4tl pht"nst Gilt: 4 Kerr king \\J! rr-hu., spending shifts and cut. ers crossed for the next few hours ,
under the bill. the long rim jury trial amendment bucks was annoumcd today by
b I Iii And wish
r ah.nna hard
-IJ Burdell ,ic> i as as
(Earlier this month 1 the bipartisan will not really weaken the hill 20& Genus b V.I bin, "gkran. S -n. John Sparkman DAla.He they can, for
leadership barely defeated a mob,. but strengthen it. For, If we 1I.lleIn arena H F.nlIl.1I! ; h hi.i.. said the Small Business the good old sun to shine again.
j' ,
letter Flung
the Southern group to authorize }ury civil rightt must also believe that 25. J.p 11I.11'\111.1'.! deer t.hnn'' Committee, which he heads, will
-I 5. Enuuu:
trial in all criminal contempt pioceeding these rights are lndi\'iiible't must not aborglnl ft I. ( on",.", n hearings June 24, concentrating A number of years ego, whenW
*, whether mall or large. The leader cut corners on one to sav, another Initially on military relocations were and
ship argued that the House would not The Boston, Herald I r J r//; 4 f 1/ f a to }I.y "\t.II" <1 ,., In New Jersey FrnUlems young only semi-fat,
//
it
go along with 10 sweeping an amend 1'1 loom affecting other areas Involved was our pleasure to witness a

ment. //I II 'J ....le4N in military economieswill Shrine Cerettcniel at Tampa. You
But Senator Dirkien and Mansfield, Jobs in AprilAlthough dyBt tie aired at hearings later can take our word for
the minority and majority. leaden, art 1 is 74 ; nrIr thin year Sparkman said. it the cros-

prepared to offer an amendment that there was in unusually\ 2.! tuner I AIR CRASH: A tollrecord.. sing of the burning sends was a
would limit sentences to I S300 line or Urge Increase in the number of new /e 0 Is a.nld log of the last radio transmission sight to see. More fun than a bar-

3d day in prison in criminal contempt Jobs during April the level of unemployment 2t 1/ 1l j' lulu from thu airliner that rel of monkeys.
case tried without a Jury, And some ; crashed near San Francisco
at 5.4 per cent of the labor '
luch amendment must be adopted if the force, remained on the high and disquieting zs : 1. IS $ t..ai May 7, killing all 44 aboard, Be assured, Visiting Nobles
bill i* to be viable. plateau which it has tra\errd 111 1 Ii, wema to confirm that a passenger that we have our fingers ,
All-out civil tighten like Dr. King since February. In order to reduce substantially ra Z1 : ; ra If 51 II ,,...,, ',1 hot the pilot crossed
lay that I Jury trial amendment will the level of unemployment : II .I1I,11, "fkipper's 5h"t We've bornshot. and am "tearing our shirt" hoping

vitiate the bill, became Southern Juries the economy must grow with iiifflcient J'l' Jl 3t ,j ill...... Tr>In' to help" was the that the weather will be perfect
will not convict in civil right case rapidity to absorb the new entrant into h t 'I eke desperate cry on the tape re. for visit. You
This fear, wt believe, i* exaggerated. the labor market and to cancel out those )4 J1' yi IA 1"(1)1) loosed! Wednesday by the Civil your will certainly
The south I le changing, and racial line Job whIch are lost to automation. The \" I' ,,,,r.,,,, Aeronautics Board and the FBI. find residents of this area both .
art not a* sharply drawn a* they once fact that the rate of imeniplo\mcnt has r/ Jl ij'JI .I"", The vote was Identified as cordial and hospitable A
wert But even if the fear wire Justified not ri.en, in ucatei, that ground Is being V/ / fS"id\ju\ r hit ol t'q,tl.4\ Ray E. Andrew if So-o-o-o ,
the constitutional right to trial by held and the !file of I.5e0000 i.,hm 47 4' 41 ,'f I k A revolver found In the plan you guys don't enjoy youriviait
Jury could not be overridden April niter mat prngreIn the ''I i ig1 '1'- I wufkjg wa traced to one ofhe with us it pin't nobody.! ffault
The Supreme Court has now held (InItiytamoui '* al: i ;"n, .. mar b.. exl'edbefore .., .: .4 if :=' passengers who I"* takes but sour cwn. .J.I IWFLes1I' ......
footnote to the Barnett deciblon t true: e<:d of thla year.-fht W 04ftIngton ut .i large amount i* night In.
f ) that criminal contempt may bt Part Pc. m. 26 m; a "'_tl..,..., ''II i. mo. Noble J Ab1.sR, v

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You Have To Want To Be Holland Salley, .

Jaycees Victors 1 i IISPORTS


Best Palmer : :g Holland iaUey andi...
To Win Says : !
w .'..i..HtJ' Carrs! fw on' a *corek&3evhltWor.
10. .
of Little League t U

f i > Solt to< actampllsh rr r"' last night going six fen lnrtngs -
Iad Palmer. Ir
a > -: i runout a run.ttrte .
._r of ..
-r
( ( ,. :.. league roleS prohibit
.., a mtlicaalto. s ,V . . . . .
thaneta . .
more .
... owes.1etelea .) a pfccfcer fotnf . .
I tM .11. .. ... ktninti.. o a charge J
.hM r'. tad MIll Richer: wu ordered and an 6 COLLIER COl-XTY NEWS Thursday June 4, 1961

i'harged W ter a t : extra tartly pUyc<. The roof

apt ore, ru .' fen in on Trail Cleaners u

lass 'M .at Ill algaed P HoOaad SaOey ctofctered the Peak
Dancer's
all 01.rk.. 1 "j r relief pitcher for seven runs Northern

r'riasllpe aid sppars'r and a 7-0 victory.


h Ir ttsa116"the 1 Mssr era. 01 tar w"MI.',... The! were scoreless-iNBBif Rajrtourn for Holland pitchers Form Still To Come LuroNEW

alley and JCDMA for
.
.d Player. rM ICRw[ r
- -
r llt'lor tram JMenIr-s w: e "nil Cleaners.In YORKVP Northern There Is an outside possibility

have stele "UC filii' e the other game Jut even- Dafteer heads into Saturdaysfth I that Herbert Allen might decide

I pail to h Ile UtI.a !ithe Jaycees woo from Kl- mtBC al the lSOOOoaddo I today to enter Shook, winner of

IS this ti'. ........ .' ... wails 4 to i. Watkins was ed Beteas Stakes wtth his peak i I three of his six starts this )'ear.

ad lornaut etaMMa t s hIrh IJ the winning pitcher Lawrence form: still 10 cce e.That's R. N. Webster's National, out of
/ ) .....r IhM has sfi.r",1pswlMe .: the lose r. the optsioa at Horatio
: | l rsmpilresrs tie taro trainer of the Canadian. 1964 starts, also is possibility.
.
... --- .
*ree tam.' ag41a1iMs11r owned winter ol the Kentucky

st/Ilni fill It.....-. ..nctY Derby add Preakaess, and at

t pa...... ....... ea tP# ,sda Beach Club Men least one trtoer of the four 3'hJ'0d4s Clay To Convert .

en' rants-.. ...,. ._ r ) ei,rated to oppose the
lentil .Iter tIr IrWi'" +r s .. It 'Blind'five sit of "eu-act.W..uJtna in the Floyd Patterson,
Play l> ftejl lee of the Triple
;
'
.
1 sew 1.1..51 seder.ai : J If They FightCAIRO
'IIP) ", ...-r rmt WI.'aM .- Crow .
five particle donl bow his ca.paMltties.
players
wMb rapaltiC aanr $ 1 arrult (AP) Heavyweight
patedb) jest&'rda 's weekly outL'g ." AId Laro today. boxing champion Cassius Clay
Tk >'r*< Mat to !lll.&n pri-* -
it. sponsored b) the Deach Ctabten's .He's dee* mnuas we have sajs he'll convert Floyd Pat.

they .niaiMi"I that tmtff alt olf..\ssocUtion: cotnpe* ashes of .htw so well that Iweld terson to the Islam religion U

s \ JUMIM! A ltew York tl' g in a blind bogey tourna- bMe" to guess Just bow he ever fights the former cham.

in** Iwnirtn C >. .-.. farkelf plon.
lust), ..tilth1.11,..- 'TCnt.ith the first number out of "Bf ,r MM! awl reached Clay made the comment
Us ptrak." *JM ..., Conway, Wednesday as he arrived In
irlnHMt( lark art m.l. the hat in a draw by Wally Klc-
[ trairer t1I Ortentalist. who was Cairo for an 18-day visit.
Irvin. r'srr r
Cure Arch KUwon was declared -
> 'Hill Tdhen "hirro-i. I>. with made a sMMteanMary entry at Criticizing Patterson a Cath.
winner 12.
a net
6 fJ..Qka.: held
the coot said
olio Clay
.. :
CII.IItI.| -J| 11I uei !r.;
1IN"I vlriiirPM'ln, xte "wo.th .'.p. Other winners Included Al Us fctotea m te4:. IB fact he "With the help of Allah I shall

/ ...... ol jiHine irv> '*. Hacker T.K. Montgomery and seeeas to Ink tenser every timeI definitely beat him U he ever
MormlM enth-rn lo b s ttiil. "x; Etll Whlteky at 78; Foody se .....- faces me In the ring. Pattersononce

| |.|I.IIINM| th. ..ir roh HIM '" i : Adams at 73; and C. Waghomc, AO tt .t. dI cvmU t* bad criticized me for taking the
and T. hits for Of Dm***** nrals Moslem religion and I say if I
"TV* will !I. larlfl! rniin. F. WUlard F. Slonag
whet auto 'yp at"this" smallest Mm in the I shall
Ti'j (olAf .d. "'" t.> Abbott at 74. ever see ring
ee6IU sate C: .raM Fleet beat him and convert hIm to Is.
wnrh'1. Tnii4t\ ) wok i1proinliMHil It The second round of the four-
'' belt two threes 3 I luOif iS IaINS. lam."
tft.. k then week low net tourney was plJy-
< : | .
Clay was greeted! by about
'
in their j and the
\ ed yesterday accumulated wartsees Dunn- firao E. P.Talon's 2,000, Including\ Moslem sheikhs
thr mails ai i' mMilt.
1 | scores are posted on the 7lin.I'4es. If'.ar.. US turbans his .
( II 'Otllll hH S'T wearing upon arrival
nvc.1 bulletin board!, a spokesman woo user tea a'uee taa.'tS. IWT. from Lagos Nigeria. The
x said. toe wt A *ie im IT
Mirk UiOurmjkJC e amur champion Is in Egypt at the Invitation .
ClfVtH.in l jtHtrw) wtx. 3.fUN It was also announced the races net I bmrwitii: Crb) of the Supreme Councilfor
| > IHIMW jJUIrt m ," i '. men's association will sponsor mart cf r.. s>Mir" ftat f ; | l i | mixed-foursome miles ass oa e doc.*., to Its
sjwl hr ilntol .qwt It Kati r.t. a tourneyon
t re.slrlwiI.tl.._ > 'hil. L Wednesday June 17. Preakness suoiiaH wWt a 1S6
.' 4-5 rlocktag tor 1 MCaules.After Count
t'r. '- or >lriw.
berg tt.* ecod choice

lo &:(A tt* Derby
| Cancel PLANKING for Jareee tennis tournament, sponsored jointly by the Naples Birdie Tebbetts and Preakness tae Duster is Losses In Win

i AttemptTo Jaycees and the City of Naples Recreation Department, are (top photo) Optimistic Over expected to go to the post at Ute

:\ Break Record Don Berry, left of the Jaycees and Julius Lesser. city recreation director. short odds of arced 3-5.

: | Deadline for registration is 10 a.m. Monday and play will start at 2 that Returning To Job Kill Rise' from George A. By Santa Claus
Because Of Track Pope Jr. El Peco Ranch, los
afternoon. In the lower picture are six tennis enthusiasts who have already TAMPA (AP)-demand b er- by a neck: in the Derby and

....n t.TII..u'u' AP, indicated: that they will participate They are from left, John Bass deans Manager George (Birdie) by 2>,4 lengths the Freakness, counted LONDON (AP) Bookies

-4aKa.r tt.. track *u too Dick Lambert Tom Bernard, Marie Bernard, Louise Lorentzson and Jo Tebbetts, sidelined/ In April by a figures to get the bulk of the re. Santa Claus'the money storming they victory lost on In

t sranN: rM.m trval rr M, Daaid Anne Russell. (NEWS photo) heart attack \as. all smiles to mainder of the play in the bet. the Epsom and looked
Derby
I c ho/ai'& as. Br.. ktw ,.....s dar and <, lmlJtlcallr planning ting machines.
forward with dread to
< \ i afar. caIW dt a pkrta.d at.wigt to resume nuking tribal medi Post time Is 3:45 p.m. CST Friday'sOaks.
'' I.. to kmfc tkr ...rU cine. with nationwide televisionCBS
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', taut sP.w. reran ",< 394.196 Deadline MondayFor urn Just go my doctor's re ( ) scheduled for 3:3&4 p.m. thousands Man) paid of dollars out hundreds of
after Santa
I' suNMs get ..... Baseball port and tt means 111 be able to EST Claus
leave here on schedule" Teb won Wednesday's Dertn)
tl | Louis VtoUson's Roman Brother
Tennis Meet nr betts told the Tampa Times. He who like Northern Dancerwas -the I'/j-mlle: classic for 3-year-

I IHItall I l...l.. UIVlMvr.w .. ... J I had hoped to leave his Anna Marla foaled on May 27; PaulMellon's old colts.
Roundup It's the miles' turns In the
[ wIN n.wr rKnl t U.r ". home July 1. Quadrangle and John
..W Ms .".J. SWrr.an Irrsa Registration sr TBI laaocurxo PUll ''1 may go to Rochester Minn. Galbreath's Orientalist are the Oaks-and the bookies face an.

II.tIMa 1''''' .ai.t. ,. 'oJ, 'h.It"Lt for a checkup before returning definite other gigantic payoff to bettors
other starters.Roman
| 11u.o May has dropped: an.oU..r governing a runner hit by a who succeed In
'''. "ill'' ti,- it 'ly ...i.I U.4dlinc for rcjjt.'ratuv! 'for to Cleveland/' the 52.year-old Brother and Quadrangle coupling the
fly ball tllr.an rrror. Why batted ball.
-. winners of the two races in
-'iii. au" !"It-- rhc: are; ,u.alP1u Jayccr' TenMi former American League catch had a crack at Northern
10 tears ago be did the same "It hit him before the ball bad doubles.
"0anlanrlctl. panoond In er added. Dancer in the Derby and Preak.
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tbta chance to fair
( a go or William Hill, one of Britain'sleading
caijuiKtiaii tilth it.* City Recrvattan ass Francisco's treat crater foul," Uurtaugh argued. I'm.pi 1'm really not too bored by ness but finished up the track. bookmakers said "We
Department, will beI being away from the team. For Since then Roman Brother has
fielder made UM Wednes.
error re Jocko Conlan ruled how. have a client in Mauritius who
p Oo'rlnch Monday mon">'<;,a1.- day atetkl, but It *M ...r..l.... ever, that Maya was In foul ter. one thing 1 don't want to goback won the Jersey Derby and Quad. stands to win $139,792 If La

Just for eordk* to Don Berry jiyccvdMUman .. the Glands blanked! Pitts Titan) and could not h*. called until I'm fully capable ol!! drangle ran second to Olden Bobs wins the Oaks.

of the event. bargli 3.0. out for being bit by a foul ball. handling a full load of work.Baseball's Times la the Metropolitan Hand "}Ie had a 3 pounds-$8.40-
life and I love
hay la the UMrnMncfit will Doss ClrndHWin wa the re. While Mays was being hit, "And my M.. Icap. accumulator on four horses..
George Strickland
your. LIVING Stan at t o'cbrk Monday afternoon client of Mays' ranpnrrosllx Philadelphia was having trouble substitute) had been fTebbetts' do Santa Claus was the third of
with two out la the scvrath In.nine .. still Los "
the UtIle arrordiig getting hits but nipped the four. .
.y. InC a hell of a Job.rW. Racing ResumesAt
to J.Hu* LcMcr.Ctty recroiffcan Maya ran bark for Clnwdemon's Angeles 1.0 In 11 Innings. In the Scoble Breasley 50-ear-old
PLEASURENAPLESONTHEGULF oi rector ny ball, turned around other NL games, Milwaukee Lincoln Downs Australian jockey who rode
U to and waited ready to pal up the edged Cincinnati 3.2 and SU Santa Clause to victory, explained .
The mmamcm open ball with his famous basin Louis defeated! Chicago 74. Ir LINCOLN R.I. (AP)-Racing that he knew he was
boy andgirU 1 I'and *rand, catch Ills teammates already Houston at New York was post 0 resumes at Lincoln Downs to. going to win even before Tatten-

bi another clans, lor rhoc 16 had started I....... the nail pored by rain. State night. The regular meeting end. ham Corner, when his horse

years M and tinder Li'ucr when the ball rU Into .his glove. In the American League Chi. r ed May 30, but the Rhode Is. was near the back or the fieldof
FLORIDA MM.: Play will be dtrkted into They came ba
four eaT5 ria. for boy*' f"lIoot. New York did the same to Mln.ne League tra nights to make up for post. "lie came so well down the

tejlM and girbt' Rosins In The list limo that happootid -ota, Baltimore hipped Kansas 81 THIA.49OCUTID > ponemenis. hill to the corner thai I knew he

age cIhauNlealeu. was on S..c. 9, It W, la the Polo City 5.1. Washington downed .as would win," Breasley said
Trees* will Njten to the" Crododf afalBM the Chicago Detroit (.2 and the Los Angeles Few of the 200,000 crowd

winner' In cacti &,.,'tOry. Ncr Cuba. Ernie Banks was In* An It'h beat Boston twice, 2.0 U Pet. G.B. Ring Calls DownesNo. guessed that would happen,
G J and 98. however. As the horses
butter.Jut. 18 .618 came
1 __w. St. Petersburt29
ry 10 ContenderNEW Into the last 100 two
Lakeland 27 20 .574 2 yards
atstandia t tram
Thethe
player .v iMriac before the ball
American-owned t horses Indiana
Ft.Lauderdale28 ZQf .565 YORK (AP) One for.
will heMiccwd
Naples tournament got awl) Iron Mass for his Rut
and Dilettante
Mesa College Of 25 21 .543 SM k mer middleweight chimplon n, were
the Daytona BCD. I
ot
to play In *taieJayeoc error the seam Mass std fighting it out for the lead.
24 21 .533 4 was dropped! from the rankings
toMrnantn! in Ocala\ trouble fHtlng awa) from the Sarasota
his
Breasely horse
Colorado Beats 22 25: .468 7 and another was restored" in brought up
JUlie :2$-fl> and the whirr of ball. Aa a result, he is in the Tampa from nowhere and flashed past
10 Rloracazlne' boxing
19 28 .404 ratingsfor
that tournament will g? ,.< to middle of a protest lodged byPirates' Miami-Dade,11.3 Miami Orlando 13 32 .289 15Wediesday'aResulls June. the leaders to win by a length.
the NaiiiMial Timniaincm to he Manager Dann) Mur.tauch. Gene Fullmer of Vest Jordan Indiana' owned by Charles W.

held in MlnncftpclU \qgiwi 2- GRAND JUNCTION Colo.AP Daytona Beach 6, Orlando 2 tt.ah. was taken off the list byNat Engelhard of New York, was
.V ball hit b >-Mesa Colleee of Grand second Dilettante n entered
ground
> uniteMrCivej Tampa 8. Lakeland 7 f leischer Ring's editor be. ,
In the sixth and railedfiHil Junction swamped Miami Dade St. Petersburg 7, Sarasota 5 cause he apparently has re b> New Yorker Larry Gelb, was

tnc VnrruM league umpire In the umpires struck Fla., 11 3 Wednesday night and Miami 5, Fort Lauderdale 2 tired. Terry Downes of Britain third another two lengths be
Sets, lown in Pcnn \ KjniaS M..) ., alto) was al third base lor the lint time in Us even Thursday's Games got back on the list lathe light hind.

/A4e r..|t 1f Tidal. JinH..>i", .<., r4BMl. J.*n Rice. been callexl u..c'undtr the lines to into an extra day. Petersburg at Sarasota first prize of $201,787. It *as the
Michaels: has been coaching biggest prize In British raring
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i Datmoulh.wunmer. 23 years. history,

Fort Lauderdale ell bark Into

its losing ways Monday night I Baseball
Welcome ShrinersJIM'S when Miami administered a 7.51 Standings

defeat, the little Yankees' set I

CLUB entb In eight games National League American League
Despite the loss Inflicted on W. L. P<-t. G.B. W. L. Pct. G.B.
the strength of Ed Rogers' Philadelphia 27 I' .643 Baltimore 30 1.sn! _

stead pitching and tlmel\) hitsb San Fran. 27 18 .800 ii- CM ago 2!* 13 .s 51 It.

> And>' Galasso and Bob Frazier St, Louts 28 21 .53 31\ ClevelandMinnesota 23 17 .575 4'' .
A CONDOMINIUM COOPERATIVEAPARTMENT SUNOCO Fort Lauderdale sta>ed in Pittsburgh 24 22 .522 5 26 20 .5(5 "I .

third place Miami is seventh Milwaukee 24 22 .5%: S New York 22 18 .'50 5' :

In other games, St. Petersburgheld Cincinnati: 22 22 .500 6 BostonDetroit 22 24 .478 8''
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Gracious living, directly on white sand / onto first place with a '7.5 Chicago 20 23 .465 7th 18 25 .419 11
victors oer Sarasota Tampa Los Angeles 21 25 .457 8 Washington 20 29
beach The Carriage Club is designedto ; .408 12
HONORS ALL '. edged Lakeland 8 7 In a gameat Houston 21 27New .438 9 Los Angeles 19 30 .?? IS
afford the quiet charm and dignity, Cocoa and Daytona Beach York 15 32 .319 l4Vi Kansas City IS 29 .341 14Vi

which is Naples. whipped Orlando 62. Wednesday's Results Wednesdays Results
Leon Crow drove in two runs St, Louis 7, Chicago 5 Baltimore J, Kansas City

From your apartment can be seen most CREDIT CARDSGives and scored two others with a Philadelphia 1, Los Angeles/ 0, Chicago 3, Cleveland 0

double and two singles in St. 11 Innings New York 3, Minnesota 0
of the area's six golf courses.
San Francisco 3
Petersburg's win. Don Welsh''' Pittsburgh 0Milwaukee Washington 6, Detroit 2
lot two of Sarasota's six hits. 3, Cincinnati 2 Los Angeles 2.9, Boston 0.8
ONLY $22,500FOR
PRICES START AT
The Best Tampa and Lakeland played Houston at New York, rain Today'a Games

ONE BEDROOM UNITS at Cocoa because the Lakeland Today's Games New York at Minnesota

stadium was not available. The a. Louts at Chicago Baltimore at Kansas City. N
TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH AUTO SERVICE IN NAPLES paid attendance of %,5I'.u almost Houston at New York Chicago at Cleveland N

START AT $28,500. double the largest crowd at Cincinnati at Milwaukee Only games scheduledFrlttay's
Lakeland this season. Sam San Francisco at Pittsburgh, Games

Write today for Brochure, with 2 LOCATIONSTrail T..om.- a solo homer for N Los New York at Los Angeles N
Tampa, and Gene Voss bit an Angeles at Philadelphia Boston at Kansas City N
Plans and Prices N
Floor Inside the-park homer for Lake. Baltimore at Minnesota, N
Frt:toy's Games Detroit
land. at
FIRST FLORIDA REAL ESTATE MART, INC. Central St. Louis al Cincinnati N Washington. Chicago, N I
at 1126 5th Ave. So. George Hulett homered In tbe at Cleveland X ,
Los
FIRST FLORIDA BUILDING Dattona Victory his sixth of Angeles at New York, N .

NAPLES FLORIDA MI 2-6333 MI 2.3472 the season Danny Freenfleld Chicago at Milwaukee N
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drove In two runs .Ith. triple. Houston at Pittsburgh 'nll.s R.., .\ \ a' a.gi-"
Harold Caldwell cot two of Or San Franrls'n at Phtladelybla.a'I\ 1\. 'n ", 'r', C "
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THOSE DUCKS' are doing a wonderful job for Florida, was the enthusiastic .

comment of Governor Farris Bryant (center) to Caribbean Gardens' manager '; $ at Cape Coral, both on the Florida Gulf Coast.

Joel Kupel'hBr'ant, who visited the Florida Pavilion at the New tIt; "

York World's Fair last week was accompanied by Wendell Jariard ( left), lie represents the $10,000,000Gulf
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Chairman of the Florida Development Commission under whoss sponsor-

ship the I Duck Vaudeville load show troupe of quacky actors has appearedin American has already spent to

the Honda Showcase in Rockefeller Center appealed on the Ed Sullivan -

Show,.t"u'l'd Europe and is now at the World's Fair, promoting Flor improve its properties

ida, Naples and Caribbean Gardens, The total number of viewers from the
personal and TV m and the millions of
appearances of these feathered merchants of tourismnow ? ,
stands at an estimated 18,000,000: v 4
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Plan tongies' With Tiny had Iieratures.different fck'n tern it; will spend in the

'I" The deep body temperatureIs
OS,C degrees, while skin readIngs future to completeits
range from 04 decrees at

Water Pines, For Space. Wear the and head buttocks, chest to, alxlomi 83 degrees, lurk at long-range plans.

the hands and fel'1.
HOUSTON, fix.D)-\ suit Until May 20, tests here were .
Drek Burton an English human
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iif mI1I.IIIIt'J, i h"u"e lour! MM,k't' omlui toil with store |,ur<'(used
war i ul, Hi.il wall Ml tin w.lh'i iI long underwear with the plastic. engineering expert, set to
work using these values, to
I 1'115 l| "IIIIItI) I"I''VI'III .1,11'111111I11 I W.lt..I' |1lilt'8|| sewed I In the nuterlil. .
make a water-cooled suit.
IIIIMI Rltlll I "lllsllnll It'll allover spate .' I '"
The suit today Is basically his
dung.1II'| '''V flljllt.M A farlorym.i u suit built tospLiltioatloiu **
design and this week he i.li4hed .
pII
:iiini'il Blmrlt| ''':ilt Ct'iilt i en wan put to use luin j
Rlneeis are tit'vt'loping, .iwitir. ex,It'rtnlt'llt with engineer / technical (!n t't. a I erg a.
The device two
"NIIt"1| | 1I1I,1t'11t.ll'llIt In replant'| Gil Freedman wearing the gar. requires
|hounds of water, a small pumpto
till oxygen lOOlllIt\ MNtlMII" HOW IIWllt1111 walking a treadmill
circulate the water and about
u''IIIII I hii| < e suits. fur one hour at a lime .
144 pipes fitted Into the underwear
In 1',1,1|' n II:ilL.., .tsd'on.tuts Hi wore the 'ate coaled un
The and Its battery
'have emerged, run tin spuebut diiweir in:.It'r a cumliersonie pump
d..I",11I1 i| | ( with 'IKMMI"intion, mil heavy Mu-itury *|ute.suit.Dtsjiiti power source weigh 12 ounces
liNkliiu, \ in H tilt had) spt nt the lulsk walk anti the Dillingham said the wat..rcOlIHng E

hours III .| |||NMII.IfUllll | him nothing, his skin temriliuc |' method eliminates de.
hydration caused by excessive
'lilt'lit* III the gas IINllInc stayed at 82 degrees, nine "
Sweating The "dishpan red
8.h'lII| tin G<'nil in .mlAH ,It'It r't!!! U'low normal which
| llti' hM| II.t' suits hixpiit wail ttlsf.it tOr). appearance Is caused by blood 1 i 1 r
rushing to the surface.To .
lioliKil nun''h. The lit-ivv !iirnitn Dl. (nillliiRlum said that If 4
change tempeature Inside
(-, mil tlitli lilirli 11'(>tisiiil Freedman, had been using the
the suit, the rate of flow Is
7 lIlOII, are sweat UlXt'h. oxmiii! system, his skin temper either Increased for more coolIng .
Resell-ill lulu 'ollllIdlvl' iture' would h.lvpJt't'n 97 de.
or decreased for less ....
OIllllIK fill spare Mills h.IIII.'t'lI \ITU"ON.Con.
cool hag.
led J It) .I UHlllg BlIIIMl lltMt II', 'Intlion hint transfer Is
Burton said the suit could
John Hill Inch.mi. who lust .IW i nitof four methods b)' which "
find many uses other thin wi.
the. '"'81'11111111 us' lit sin'h .1 i "svslilil tin1 hum.in Ixilx ran exchange
spare fir* fighters, steel mill
is' .i i | workers, miners and underwater
Kill'\M'on. ; on this theory, Dr.
lit, 'h'IV' hauls II'... in inn I). Mt..K. KeiKhke, head of r'it diver. .
meat |pit -lull\ I Ilr iii' li ...I t lit+' inilli (livsloloc RAP Instl In one experiment| the coolIng
Mmni'il Si| I '" I ill 1" nttM. Into, ,\vlitlou Mi'dUlne, Farn.I..roll'h. process was reversed and *
"h'It' exav'rum'd' I I.. ,' IMIII England, determined.. warm water was used. The textsubject ae,

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1. ;" ., Escaping Cuba


MIVMl ,.\J>}-F.ir ,very rrf.ugee .
", who encirxs fruit Cnla .
< ( over the hat ardnU/I tier route I
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( to Florid, three are hh i tii I
death by Fidel CJ"lro' "tlf.
park i>f fast patrol 1>0.1114.
A British skipper lain m.lien
frequent hips to tile I Communist
w' Island, and asked to rtiniln I

anoinniinin, gave this estimate
loch) It. the Ml.lml1. '
"Time and aciln," lie aid, "
",,'e c,mie across small oats I

drlftlnlulpleHsh.. Vnd li"wide
-. we find Nidles i 1'1lotll'dlith I>ul.
lets men, 'll'n/1WII and ':tilldren. I

INFORMATION, PLEASE1 The stone shown I '
"1tnI' seen main l"wllI" / N I r ejh a' f
Vanderbilt
above was found in the surf at Clam Pass. -
fit'Jtini: oil the ik"i, !li'-i.
Beach, bv Philip and Kenneth DeVille. age 7 .
"Thore I Is lIt hllh'- II"- III do.
and 8 respectively, sons of Mr[ and Mrs. RobertA We either tr> In shut Hit ratie.Ic ,. I

DeVille Jr.. of 1J;>9 Milano Drive Naples The little boat, tr just veer
stone is 16 inches in diameter and 5 inches thick at al I

What appears to be nn axle well in the center is "Often tto .see utifln.1 II the

2 >,3" in diameter and 2" deep The material appears dl"'JIII"nd when WII ',i la j
the tf: 4i *' fled more' murder.
to be coral limestone The object has been .' I
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carnage
loaned to the Collier County Historical Society andis
The skipper u'- pJili ''t
in the office of County Clerk Margaret Scott. the strip of \\..111'1hll''' Ipa. I
Anyone who may have information as to the origin aiates the north I'''ust y tuba

of the object is invited to write or contact Mrs. frtfli the, l.IIetI;,' B.. i. j
Scott Seamen, he aid, I ill It "'1ft.
chine.:uu tile "
The area Britain curd the U: i' lid,
CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK but the Brltluli" I h 1\a ''IIJ < It-
ate. The V.S. C"J"l Caiard..asp
DUNBARS OFFICE t\I" plan*. and teal' 1C t'I, 1J
Inti SUPPLIES utters to cover tl* lilt Bahj.

man group of Island.
Brand newl) All mt.l
km Proof Plastic Top Desk ? < wo Miami refused to c' 'firm cte.n c11y; ;
> the tory He said onl) "\V.
lin.ISF.s. :>H4CXINE.S KALES REPAIRS can Assume there are some who
.*M> RENTALS FREE. PROMPT dont make It." cvN iK>ot vA o AT r Ti* tTweer MIAMI, rtowo4 7i ipEVetOPCRS

DFIItFRt SERVICE Ntarl) 14,000 Cubans have rid.
711.'I" Sea $. 341 J.z.U den small boats to safety) Into OF CAPE COItAL A OOLDCN OATE ESTATES

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By VIVIAN BROWNAP b> Helen ll 'nncss> 110111 inti'i nntional coupleare don't vary much the\ world

Ntwsftaturo Writer Women F.dfor' iHdtnt'il. .ihroad but will over Sterling silver china,

Girls maki ihi-ii home here. it is linens are traditional
who've
this wondered whether there is a chance in Ni "ispapfr HterpriMf: .\.*S'I i iNEW logiiil to place the United

generation for a plain homebody type to find a hus 1'ORh-uNE.hi-An., States address under the

band.with all the emphasis on careers for womenmight other eudtnte of our shrinking RSVP to indicate gifts should If the bride's parents are

be heartened by the story of Jennie an 18->'ear-old world turns up in the wedding be sent) in I the bride's nameto unable to make the journey

Jennie considered herself practically on the shelf because & that address If the couple for their daughter wedding.
there "wai nothing rcilly ? announcements Me re will II\(' abroad. the RSVP she may choose good friendto

ou''e''maslaoutme,.-. she. fcaya. 1 ; i.,1Wllh the Peace! Corps address. :should). be the over sponsor her. Another solution

So imagine Jennie's surprise l t hl'e ilu nuin\ foreign exchange seas tine.tccep6tltit is to plan a small private

when the most aoughl-after boy Find Fanciers, But r tN M imljrships) and generally wedding and have a larger
in their senior class yt'
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for I date. Many Pigeons Quit .
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But for that matter very few Returning Home u IeltleaM ; .," the box or girl in the 4Z S' & -

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"Well we went out that
evening There are a lot nf pine; n i m. 'I' in:\t door
and I had
a wonderful
time, tiers In this,' aria ol mill d
the best handsome I ever had in my life Heis Maryland, \but the 'uftl| |il\ ilpi ;. I its ,,: conquers all but some

When nice and very eons Is dwindling! 01 the practical details of in
polite we came home from
the movie, mother was waiting, In a sense, the hmnliu: 1'I'upon1- v, "rnational romance are confusing ,
aren't hustling families who
to the
meet him. They got along fine"
Two "smash racs' the must rope with announcements .
When her date left he thanked
worst kind have IK'HI rep 'it.'d and Invitations.
her for a pleasant time
and her ,
In (he post two \u,'ks. with ,
heart was beating like it never the usual llsastrnus. it-suits For example. a friend I
had before she says, 7*r .4s'
:Members ul the Ppuastlt.uila. fa
"But then I didn't see him to whose son married the daughter :
speak to for an entire month" Marjlmd; rat IIIR plRioti: lull .u"< of a wellborn family in X t
still ualtiiiff lor 33 no'r> uiitdiire ,
learned with -uh
Jennie "even Spain some
nays though we tY oJ
some 12 d.lIJver that the
share the same classes at times." surprise groom's .1
light I from St. Pitirshui.", Ha.Tin '
At last their paths crossed .o fancily was expected to assunie
'> weir n (li'''eel M.iJ5\ .
infrequently she had the distinct the costs of the wedding.
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for a 7ri0.niilo lll>,lil i xppilfd( t. .yyti '
impression he was avoiding her. Js a ed" >
rid, twinli s. ., 4;
"Mother would ask me lime :1h'uiwhllr'ah; ,I 10 sir.i:',!I"rs 1 No uncle sot of rules can
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and until I :
again wanted lo nut ul 3"8 racers have i IK"( ked ; rOHr all the problems arising
scream, 'Why doesn't thai nice Into their home lolls alter N'innliascd from the inlet mingling of
boy lake you out again'1 or 'Why i last inoininat
Situnhj and tracli
cultures marriage
!:
ask that .
not nice buy to dlOn.- M.II'OIl fti t 't.r
Oa.
lions We must learn to adapt
"Well, I'd say to Mother time William; Udxl, r.M'iiit: seiri., 'I X \\hen in serious doubt abouta
and time again, llow can you aska
tar> ul the iMiii.Dlxi.ii 'ditet particular circumstance it't
boy" "to dinner after just one and iiiililiii' issoil.ilioii, sild, +' + always good: form to follow
data (lie, winner arrived home In the J the traditions of the bride
But that' exactly what Jennie iltimnre I suburbs at 1 ,i.m. + .
| -- "" '''- '" "" with an eye towards the sensibilities
Sundi but mil iilni' mole have
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did."Don't ask me how I got the riluriuil hums 'In''I'. ENJOYING the beach and ready for a plunge into the bhu-vateis of the of everyone ton

courage It isn't like being popular "The |ISOOIIH ware n..li*.IM.d In Gulf near the Beach Club Hotel from left, ate : Miss Sail Shinier, Kast- corned 4

and knowing that a boy will deir wcitlur; ," sold Cr.id
just jump at the chance. Hut finally |I'l"' ol \\estnilnstei, llrst viielilislilinl mer, hostess to the Naples visitors, (MtGrath photo) a part of wedding I traditions A
I looked ul myself in the ul (ho ass ---- ----- -- --
mirror' "and figured 'What mil I IHe hire was a stioiiff miith.cist .American girl: marries a boy
lone? wind accepted at once in response may have had sump Kelt, In"* i1iNii! Beef Top Lure Recital Party it ion, however a dowry is (NEA Telephoto)
to u note and her mother ,
cause lh birds w"rl' flying In not required
said: "Why don't you cook the thaI direction. HOLIA\\OOU (AP, The For HousewivesIn Friday Night At "I I DONT GET(; : II'" tmily'hr>'. 2. looks puzzled as she

dinner yourself, dear." "1 had nine of my best plg mis sign on the movie ski's( door Straub Residence However the traditional Marcs at Albert liatomi-llls I'omling Man" In the sculp I
"Now, Mother," she said in tint rice, but only mo liar M-inuil (iinliioiisVilioino: of silver flatware here gardens of the Museum of Modern Art in New York
"don't try mutchmukmg with thin n'tin.Did.," Caple sild.; "lie did priKtMHl ut jour own risk." This Season r elicit vlll U a pi.mo nrl- gift from the sterling bride's parents Is CIty The museum has Just been opened! with a ceremony

fellow lie's too popular. not Kit link until I253 p.m. Inside on lie set of "1'hl' tat party, Friday evening:, Juno more than acceptable In attended by Mrs I A ml on 1 It! Johnson,

Out linking( it over, she decided Tin'why, although on May 1C IIP LlRhtalkor! ," everything DTHE ASWXTimD PRESS 6, at 8 o'clix-k at the home of the bride Is ex -- ---- -------- ---- --
to cook the meal, because mad II from Augusta\ Ga., in looked racy cnoiiRh. Ills and With oulilixir'' looklni' ('olllinirIn.ft'uloingly Mn Elmer Snauli. 4-16 Rudder peeled many cases to have flatware: In her
"I love lo cook," she says I 11 t hums and MX minutes." her dressing rooms' were side Into WUMHI, U-i'f Road 'trousseau A Swedish bride room Says 1111 nihil vestry and then ran
"He ale everything hut the C inli' I'('til"nil (In (ho Miion.to.'Aestniliisli by bide, his In shades of royal rules .is a top line .it super Those smJuiihim *lll play slier the I bi'lilt'Rrnnm.Arur .
, tahleclolh anJI I think it was because > 'I' i oiiiM| >tilon an> a blue and here in moss, grl'l'n.riparlJ iiiukit as hoiiM Iv.- |Lip III arcj: Dortiha Lbid m'y, l>'hhy and groom buy their own before 'No' At Utah! Time .1 i while i the minister
Mother wax holding "sm' isli ra(.e f''I'I.lIlIlng' th,it's Barbara i SUimyik AIM'kond food supplies they marry link
on to ) Stump David stump, Danna M)M\NCIIIM: I England (tt t\|1') i came unit (old (he cuestsi"TWii
it. He just kept Haying 1 very- the taut used Alien (plgt-ins and Rolxit Tajlor weir! sealednext Tin- red input conllimiii Inplontlful .. will l hue> no, wtvlillng to.
Uaikaii. ,
!House and Ann -t>ivilSwliiuV| 'llN, 27, Mid "Nn
IN ii, diffii' and lot of to sii ,pl ac rasa (lie n. Even though a wedding "
thing just NO good, it del myheart I'xl"'I'I| m e ulty a rash odier, engaged Inft'liudly | > ilion Each atudcm Ins" iiu'inoil/cd Inwoulilii( ,'I tikiDl.ini', GinlonIn ID.
good to wulLh" Jennie losses.I'ebel. loiiversiillon with di. Prices were jtlruitlvt inmost takes place abroad parents "
says ttf Ms weiMwl, wife .mil "I I don't wail to talk I jlxnit It,
tiiid. In tin Parr from rector William CaMle. SI..tlIIIIK. tint wenrrpoi.U from four ti) ju-vtii: composl need not hesitate to make the said| | iMvlil ul hlN home I Liter
In1
walked nut (
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After dinner they took a wulk Augusta, mote thin; halt of the "1I..w old woie Sun when you ed higher for rib and Inln cuts limits Tin* program will con- Invitation list as long as they I ('hnnhVtilm>H(1ililiimh C'UIIRI''ltdllnlla ". Ilmi'. |ii rents took her
and I he told her it was the firm piuoons icluined (lie same day madu 'Camille'-30V" Cavil in. by up to 3 rents a (HHIIKI In till list: of an early clu-ilo: : I group, like. An Invitation to a wedding I none lniiNt\ IntoUiiM.Tli ,I llOIIII'.

lime u girl ever hud! invited him and only about :2 |xr nut wen quired of lay Illr. Lot Angdes, area a ctxittinporary' group; and an or reception never requires ,. mini sit'i' iheplieeilfil, the "We. don't wiuit In talk ulxmt
to dinner, lost "No, I was 25( ," the actor re. Rixirft were ri-toiniiit-nclt-d Aincrlran group. a gift Only when a reception wix-iung' hi i knut, her illiiM I it, stud,) II i rt'l.itlvc.
"lo you know thjl mist girls plied widely I'arciiH: and ilulr lrUnd'aijInvited. : Invitation Is ACCLPTEl : .
don't keep anything but soft "I was the one who was 301" As 'Dairy Month" olmervmiiniceaii Is a \gift, Indicated

drinks in their ice "hut, and Kay Find Many lyre sold Slanwjtk, and all I.iiiRhedhcaitll .( milk ojiU milk 1 piodiuUprnmotloiiN :'. ..,. Thursday June 4. 1961 COlI1H COUNTY. NEW$ 9 I
,
they ate nn clfeti' except( when )'. were I'UI1I1I'"II'"III| _
you dike them mil," he Kind Ear For Spelling Tint Is the lone of tIll hugs on HI'IllIlIally, pink fuliiion on -- -

When they got back home she tin set 1 wheip Dud and narlmra (lit* West Cna"I. hiineydew
Like For Music
filled up u little "box with cook- are making heir third film 10.itl'tlwr melons flow Texas In (tieSuulhwehl

tea, and he practically flipped, \S1IINGTON (AP) Hf. (lie first since their 1931Jivoice. and link garden.
she Hays, UN he went away wilh lieu iontest nits- 'Iflit\: |>os and She luau remained Mn vegetables In many MM'(Ions
the box under his arm. seven Ilrlll-rl'lII.lllI..d In ror.tenIon tie IIP married Ctiman aitress wore prime utl rat lions.
Then Jennie got a letter. In it, nasty' In the 37lh 11.1111111.> Ursula TlileM. Onions, carrots, 1o'lIu.'p. 9Ah71thiltdQUALITY
he explained their first Jjie wasu ill S|,,'llliiK II.',' after 13 moods Their previous 1'"IJl'rIl1l11 .iHpuragiis' green Ix-aiin, celery,
hel heM lost on u football of "ollllll.tlllull.II | WPIP "His Brc h"I"1I Wife" and squash, cabbage, and ra.
game Hut he felt no contrite WIN the llrst time In (lieontest ,,"This M My Alfalr" lash h'. dishes, were uinonc produci
Mime (heir las) meeting, he (' (hit (he |hays oiitininu foil their 1939 mairUift. Their fouiiter fjvorlteH. BOATS
wanted lo see her aim, picIMC. ben-d I he Rlilt Comix,titlon Is'.. reunion has causal ,i insider bruit offerings were ubnn.
Jennie IM a forgiving type or gait \\odnosxli with 41 girls and able Mir In 1I1I1I"wuIIIhkh Is dint and utlradlve, led bj b..a.nunus ..
"we just wouldn't he tngiivcdlixljy 20 bo\K. not easily Mil rr'd. Doth' n'fuse struwbirrles, avixiuloa
to lecounl'e the furs. and leinona plus 'alll.lluIII We happy to
she says hnppilv. lh.il I I'oil) three Joungstois wt'ie are announce .
.
last line to the letter helpedloo. Iliiiiniled 1 when (1111'>' nMs.KIHlled 'A Job Is a Jol," reasoned and wjlei nn liinis In "wleded e aSKIPPER'S
Kt. <'k ever (lie parts of the country.Ef .
"I'd like lo nee1 you iigiin, beIIIUKI words dining the first inwj) pro
toes girls like you are nine "iimmK Twelve, others f.il. Buds( rose Immediately when were rrKirted| plentiful
hard lo find," he* Mind, "espe I e iril 1 during the Ilist, four tin- burner sounileil 1 not In' hit will, prIces little iliungvil.In MARINA has been appointed the
cially nice girls who can cook" I 1"(Hinds> (mil)' IM (lie winds cot lie( amera crew was ready the fish line, lialll.ul', milk;
"And you kn..w. I i.in'l help laugher( They hurried to (lie set and IIM* ml, lobster, nil I an"I'I'r| and

but think mother IM right," H.IVX The ho)Ii :md Kills: are ( oni.potlni (In'Ir positions in .i i'halk'I' I acallnps were featured', In the
Jennie, "be'cuime\ she told me: : furthi$5,7001nprlreeiii.: scene. tan Roll Southeast f>hif The railed Miss will wliiltiish and also
"Mi's easier lo gel' 11 nun thai. cliidini a first) pil/e' of :1,000, Mine for pirili
Slanwyck: newly I widowed, to were reudlly avail.ilile' !In the
way .today thin it ever IA u". It's mil weikend dip lo the New .
women who have changed, nol' rut k Uoild's I I. ih' and a nullonwldo exjuess iiincern (o Tijlor, the Mtd..M.
family lawjtr dreams that A. altcniiitlves to 1..1. some
OVPI
men.' lovlsiou ;ip|'.'.ir.une. ,
the 70 who "larll',1, wire spoil.Moied wenied i loseto i"e;dit). 1 he re.ho More* were puvhlng lirolli'rlru
In Silpps.owaidpipers' || 11'sal wan li'ln't7a't,fort, but era and, ) turkeys, liailinl is ni'ii.vrall .

Fears Spread Of III 1C t Illi's.md S3 other d.Ui)' she .tfll't nut Infill 1. )' lM noullrv taut, and .
"It's ( '* she Iamb and) ham Items
and Sunday no pat, i onu
PIJHMS. '
Typhoid EpidemicIn One ollii'111 al the I Ire said in plained (o Castle "I I playa| It -.- -- -- II r S
spillmn, as In music, mail' very liud. .Vs 4 matter o[ fait, '
British IslesAnrIUJEEN. luxuriant. The "
>ulllllt..II'I'1h.lv.., .111 car. fur It stunk pi iy"rn hit Iliriiiiuik
: Soil.mil (.M')- MiundTh She relieuised II nine more, :unitlie' acne Iwgm ?
Tilt iiumlK-r of '..i-en III1"1'I .it's llu* opinion ol I>r. Hli'h. finally striking HIP spark of 'Ciil piInt It I" :atuiixinri-d _
ileeu's hphonl' epnli'inli' ruse for aid II, Hiker, 1'ioli'ssoi" ol plillnsoplo bponl.iiilety, slie was !suklujj Castle when II was over. He-
31 S 111,1.1)i ', nut (lie .'H\ lieiltli\ at the (l'il\erMt ol Un The makeup ecru movid In how sighed to a bIItIIKI"I "Tin "Is r- I
movies should Ix mane'
officer w.u'ned nee diNiMSi play ton. Ohio who in inoiioiimerfoi fur final touches on the I imous
sweep thioiipli the Blitlsli l Isles. the 37th II.IUOII.II SI 'lIllll! pair. Miss FlitmMk's. sllvei'

During the night! I 17 11I<11'1' h'l gee IM he Mound fur the boMi hair was mixed tnd. ilm.Tajlor '. I i ll." ..s
sour UCMO. admittt'il to liospit.lU. and glib who must .I|>oll\ the rm .i romli (II"I"muji his .. ,I 'I',
n.ILh&, & a told of :2"! iniliinied, tonpuetMlslerii hilonsoss it links, still within '','I'\ > iXul nd, ." I'' 'I

.IIIt,14 and 43 MISNled.| them --------- -
Todu said City lli'iltli\ 01 .M iln'n end \U-iliiosdit ..Ik.'r
flier Im 11ai'Qiuv'Ii 'MM\ (lie hid ,pionmiineil. doflnled.md

pr Kihlt ,dlvldlne line, the ion liequenth used In spnteixos There's Nothing Lila It In Naples a. .
of Aberdeen' .k'sl 111\ ," 494!I words.
Tote Imuliitloii |xd l of Ivpliolit Of (the 70 "UII.II'rll from 33 r
li alxmt 15 data and the states md the Distilil of Coluin
onlbrsik wm ilisi.men-il twit .bit. who stilted the lonipetitloniinlv \7I1laereen .
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weekn ago :27! lenumed\ fur tllli 1\ '111 ----
M.U'QII""I\\ 1 1.1,111I",1 I Hit outbreak nil rounds. The :27! nurMvor ,
on a 0IltJI1IIII.II..1 In of were !girls and lONnn.
imported corned Itvf. The t cmeinmont Tlio ionlest stilled 1'.lthI
lias ordered an inqiiin. pills md :20! bocoiiiH'linp| for "WHERE THE GOOD LIFE 1 IS EVEN BETTER"

the '.iOO in pitA-ii. imluilliift .illrst

Refreshing: ue-iold pineapple pilzeof ?I .000 mil .1 i weekend A New Community of Cooperative fti .,

tutee poured over vanilla uc trip to the New fork ........,. ... "fJ' '. A
\\orld Fair. Garden Apartments for AdultsOnly ,. -
I cream in a tall glass. Garnish Xl'

with a sprig of mint and a Tide is the! fouith tmii Bikei -Prices Start at $7,200 ItA.'I- YStop
maraschino ..h..rranJ serve with his acted, 1 in pltxkiumi'er, loi the

atrawi. too .
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in today. Let us show you the latestin
NAPLES INSPECT THE MODEL ONE RED-
FLY .

"'. MIAMI ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM Proven Ride and available |
APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV. Quality now

ENUE, SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET.

New Year Round Daily Schedule WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO S P.M. -

Naples To Miami SUNDAY 1 TO 5 P.M. The SKIPPER'S MARINA Inc.

745 AM. U .30 AM 3.45 PW ,

Miami To Naples '

900: A.M. 2.15 PM. 500 PM.Coeneetioas rod Realtors rl440date4 854 RIVERPOINT DRIVEBETWEEN

and Nmrvation to say Wish la th *..rM\
THE TWO GORDON RIVER BRIDGES

NAPLES AIRLINES SALES REPRESENTATIVES PHONE Midway 2-2822 or Midway 2-3925

5th Av. South Ml 22124OR
Co.. ..,.. J MiamI| AI.sert 305 -

iples Airport :NE 4La11t i Welcome to Naples All Shrinersooc !
Ml *.aiSI SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER ,
Travel A..K1 4 C..,_. 4
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i. INVITATION TO VISIT US DURING YOUR STAY IIEUE.WELCOME .



-POTENTATES who will be in Naples for All. I

State Shrine Ceremonial include I to r Illustrious ratt5 men Hamplt'sljterCafeteria
Potentate Harold J. Kastner Bahia Temple Or t
lando; Illustrious Potentate Stu Lang Egypt Temple

Tampa and Tommy Taylor, Morocco Temple. Serves the Finest
Jacksonville. Potentate of the fourth temple to
be represented here Malcolm C. :McAllister[ is R CS FOODS & COCKTAILS 1)) 1r

pictured elsewhere in this issue A N oe/ Every Day 955 Fifth Ave. So. Naples

CF. and The Inimitable

SCOTTY WATMORE
WELCOME SHRINERSand
Judge Gets Racial Truce raitsotr coustlousIt Entertains at the Piano Every Night -

I F RESTAURANT Monday thru Saturday Families


While Weighing Decision RTt cuss Ml 2 stsvicr 4153[Jz golfing Buccaneer!
on the North Trail "We ..ten"lhla Invitation to dint with in"

RESORT MOTEL SERVING HOURS
JACKSONVILLE I AP)-Wlille William kiimstlei III l New MI 2-6101
a federal judge ixunlcr.s whether York ell, attorni-) lor the 11:00: A.M. to 2:15 P.M. 5:00P.M.: to 8:15 P.M.
danger lies In lurtlmr Negro ,lilt, thutifls, suggested tn Judge! .
night marches, .it St. Augustine, Simpson that tl he felt lot'al U",' SHRINERSto _
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a truie prevails In UIP ,demon 1'111111'1'1'11I1'111 men\ weren't ralw|
fctntlons wlilih were unoinpanleil hIe of [protedlnj Nojro demonbtratom / '
by vlolem ut the uallon'eoflest and others, lie could the Welcome ShrinersFor WELCOME SHRINERSWE
i Ity list week. i'.ill In federal marshals,
Negro eiders of the Southern Chester lleilull of Jackeumvllle BEST FOOD
,
,
Christ I.in txid'rsliliCiinfereinepleilRpil | IIlIorllefor defendantsSher.
l Wuilnesdi) they will llf L. 0. Davy; (I'ollie Chief Vlr,
londuit no U.S. Di&trM 1 Court JmlMs !Rum Sin'He)) argued! igalnht any EATINGAnd
GOOD
Simpson' rides in tlieli (protest" fi'dinl Inteiferenie Into Imalelfoits PLACE in TOWN PLEASANT AND ENJOYABLE ONE
ag ilnst .tiiMIS i>( "il) ;and I"IIUII. to I preserxp I law and! or,
ty olfl< Uls ut St. Aiiuustlne lu tier. Where Everybody
rcstrlit t alter dirk in tlvltleh. Picturing\ the |Iosslbliily) of Comet To
For The Finest In Dining and CocktailsWe
Judge blniiMiii| I'lomlsiMl' a bliHidshtxl, [IJmlHl sold<<1; Mabe("
ruling wltlilu u week when he that Is tlm! wi) these folks seek Convenience & ComfortEat
took the i',ise under iniisldtn, tu hive their rights ietognlred; EAT and
Invite You to Visit Us At
.
lion alter three Ing" reuigiili'il.Kumstler. At
The Negro pljintllti' ask .110straining ontendixl heal! pt. ENJOYTHEMSELVES 1
order, ngalnst the bin fit Ills[ .it SI. August Hie had <'re, BARONI'SRESTAURANT
on night Ih'nUlII"lr.llluIlS! In uteri any dangers that exist as
iliiwntcmn St. Augustine. They an cxdisrt' : for slutgdng| |peaceful' DON'SLIGGETT
nl.sc asked (Ihl' Jinlfo' to iledire. deomtist/ rut tuns. '
oiistltiitlnnil two ittyoldtnUIIIHS Its |IN\II"I\ out Ih.it tlm only Trail N at
pissed Monday estiMisli, Violento .line! when gangs of 6th Ave. N.
lug .1 0 p.m. <'in low foi juvenHI white' )'ontbs ,itti( ked 1It''lIlIlt'n0111I1 REXALL DRUGSIn
>.H and a tight, linking, \ bin in |>hoto ra|>lii>rN Ma 28. Breakfast from 8 A.M.
street Ixirderliik' NORIII mil In iildltlnn to evnleiiie and Monday thru Saturday
White Keit Inns. tehtlmoii) .i b" Oil t lour nlRht Sunday Hours: The Naples Shopping Center The Four Corners Naples
marches, Judge( bimpiioii hid 11 AM 1011 PM. .....
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UI"It'I' suutliix u list ot [169 spei | .
rkr.M. :::../ .,: hhi-iiii'lit and I.lvlh.Th.'sl' regular. (It'putlcs, of .. .. . . . .. .
E. &: R. Chamberlain !PHONI MIDWAY ti"
1
were nuiiplled l h\ the I
TODAY INHISTORY sherllf altar the judge IIt'1 Ived into 1 Managers
(the qiiDstlon ol whethei the
Ku Klux Man is linked with law WduJlltt Skdtm t
: :
('lIlurc"'II/"I./ ,.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DiVIk lepliud 1111" to( qnes

;:;: :" ;.., t-1 I lUlls of \\ihelhui IIH was a mem : :1H
,
.
tier of the Kl m or re<'ruited spei
Today U ThurMliy, June 4, III ,ilepiiUen fioin it.
the liGlh: day nf 19C4 There air The JiiilgB N-fused to tell lie : ?!toM Stcuwit : '"
210 days left III tlie, )' lilfflillclil In history qiii'Mlonlne. 1 .
On this dale In 1914, the firM One Negro; witness, Junes 70 NORTH TAMIAMI TRAIL NAPLES __ '" <, ..
units of lie Amorltiin "'trlh and Ilinsoi of M. August: hllr. (test). .. ..r..r..r.rrrSHRINERS 'l" ; 'I.. '"
the Diltlsh lighth: iirinleR ixru. lied tint .i sherllfs I dcpult' ," ,,,,,,,,,,,I I" II'" II" "" I" " "
pled Home. nlined Unison tinik molten pin
On this dine tuiN while Ku Klux Klansmen
In 1890! Henry Ford nude lM'.it Huiser .uud (here olluM\ Negiocn and else!
the flrbt MII'n-ssful rid of his : list ieir.lluitiei everyone
first toMsful .iiitomi 1111 l lit'. No i smut the sheriff
In 1918! French, and AmrrU: dked I with the head ol the Mm ENJOY THE FAMOUS
.
forces CUII\It'lltod| the Ct'rlll.1I11I group' befmo ilti-stint. loin\ other .
to reiroHH (the Marne In World Klin memlx-is, ill from iel W
War I. JukKonvlllc. lot the IxMtlni;.
In 1942! the Jipmiw attacked Thin were" I.iti'i uiiiiittxl\ III
Midway Ultml In World War St. Johns! ounH; ) I'UIII'I. OPEN PITSTEAKS
II. A Va I.I I.
In 1040. Jtiin Poron win In. +
"'
stalled as'the; :2llh president of
Argent Ina.
Ten yen ago! The United
Nitloim Secullty Council voted
to debate Hit possibility that
the IlIdlll'hllll'M'011' might t tie
canted l>)' the Cunimimlsl.lcdVletmlnli at the
Into Th. lalld. r-
Five years ago-.f'tenth Pre.
mler Michel Debie warned the
French Nit loud Assembly tint 1 BIG WHEEL
France illicit b,' foict-d to n.
(1"'Io"iIII\ rule In all Its al.llanres .
unless the! Allies showed

the,"lIdJrlllth One Algeilm)'eaiago rt'U'llitni.f'r.IIalln,1- Teamster\: 105 N. 41 CHOOSE FROM NORTH. .NAPLES ROSCOE RINGS HIS OWN NECK

Union President! Junes l It. lli>u
(a and seven otheisveie liullit-
ed In Chicago im charges of "LITTLE WHEEL"STEAK
$1 70
having fraudulently obtained DINNER
$20 inllllon In loins ft cult i
Teamster: Union \pension glut Astonishing conduct of bird at Caribbean Gardens draws
MALCOLM C M I< LISTER,
illustrious potentate .if Mahi "MIDDLEVHEEL"

The Great Lakes are the Templeluml.. one olur FULL POUND T-BONE $2.25 crowds daily. Unusual antics by other ducks, waterbirds and animals
j. largest freshwater bodies on potentate expected for Shrine
earth according to the En-
.cyclopaedia Hntanmca. Ceremonial. "BIG WHEEL" has attracted international attention. Nothing like the behavior

TWIN PORTERHOUSES $3.25

i of these amazing performers can be seen anywhere else in

The Agency With Personal l Services Baked Potato & Toned Salad IncludedALL
the world except at the New York World's Fair, where Roscoe's
I MEATS U.S. CHOICE WESTERN!'

A d.p.nd.bl..g.ncy, ropont- WINES BEER LUNCHEON SPECIALS sister and cousins are playing by special request at the Florida Pa-

ibis for protecting you, your
family, horn and butlnwi I HOURS:
.(.lint every [Insurable thr..t vilion.
of low through a planned program Closed Mon Open 7 a.m to 11 p.m. on
of protection guaranteedby .

eompaniea of unquestioned Tues. Wed. Thurs.
financial itrength. While in Naples be sure to see world famous Duck Vaudeville

Frl.-7 to 2 a.m Sat. 10 to 2 I.m

Sun 10 a,m. to I II I pm. at Caribbean Gardens. Four shows daily. SHRINERS! Pick
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up your special rate convention tickets at Beach Club Convention

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1-Announcements 16-Help AvailableH 38-Autos For 49-Houies For Rent 57-Homes For Sale 65-Gen Real Estat.


PIAZA BEAUTY SALON .N Take care ol riderly pee RENTALS TRADE FOR LOT L.... 1 INCOME PROPEKT1 ..4.
WY 2 2M
in my home Words bedroom 2 both homo
1121 E Tern.ami T.I I iMIday Boris Spr r.gt l/ITjl t bedroom furniea4t home. SIt 500 Mortaagt fMymoitt prtccdat DRIVE IN located ,n 5ii 7 S
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tfi7Z3BoatsMotors p.tm; |0b wanted Iitpay Mean A Noor Boo date School. 1100 00 U7 per mo Want city M Ettaol.thed, 7 yaa. I, t
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br Short hoc" Youn..h CARIBBEAN' REALTY 37M N rq"pment 2 Die. 'I
bwhio main hive chaufte The ffarence t bedroom turn'thed apt Trail Ml 2111 Come ,n and 11 ut .hl .O 4e4
Actt ,,r't lot.... knowledge of turpr te you moo SO M 4/2S. thi OfIu1iT'MI1bINe >i,. but,note Pr.can I >_
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v' mpl book ..pn., Ml" 27011 tOday and tee Wt

It S S. Chrit Red Cratt Dtpth Tw F'n Cop Screw. SIlO it 7 Sl bodrssm eve and"nf"rnll"411.... apt 17 M ON 100' of whti. sand boafh I Un,I mobil. plut I epa.1'rr .',

[Qu'p.' HMO BRUNK SMITH" JOBS WANTED 1.11'I' ] bdrm ? bath garage CSS .nd owner t ....."... And ,. .., THE LANDWALKER tit.cagiantb.etIe.,
CHRIS CRAFT SALES Midway with reeied in pool and patio < TV Comotetelr fu, ,>" -"
2 J717 '/J It CORVAIR mon II. WE NEED RENTAL LISTINGS lull reduced 10 ,J' ISO unfur -- Well londKipod D"",| the I a al luy to,, n wIt ,, ''Ja go toots bj -.S. Aim)' (orutaata I

SPECIAL BY STUDENTS ham. AT Gelei RH 4 SEC CARIBBEAN REALTY ithed Th't .t a wonderful hay Inn, but,nete Come .o *..d t" 5,111 al, and catg<. ,ai ler over obstructed lei .,n.
FORD In a.c..rco ,tern May... showyou ut cheer you tKit wall lo, Jl

19 /ibertliii "Crosby H'gh School g..1. ... IS det,nt R4H. WSW Where Cuttomert Send Thou lh.' property todey CARIBBCAN = :motel Prtcoo) to til, wi h --
any type tummer employment St Prune1 REALTY J7M N good terms PUBLIC NOTICE

runabout twin 40 HP phone Ml" 2 lOll_ DICK. tpeciel North Trail MI t.IIS) -Trot I Ml lilt ." th.." Plaintiffs Win .

Johnson motors with only H.'gh Scrool l-boy i--I'. drtiret 58$. PS WSWCADILLAS Coir furnlthed I bedroom SUMMER SPECIAL: leo NopJee South and Mod' ,
Nome an ditajfayAteecietet FLORIDANOTICE
II Sr aodnsw eel homo 2 large TALLAHASSEE
tummer employment Any
.
15 hn since new. 2 18 type work Ceth,.. experience I hills Year round City water 171." Ecu Ml 237)1t4St Naplat bodroomt wall to well el_.
Le.. Ichon caRom /hoalfthIrt In Small Claims NOTICE lo hereby n that Ih.rry.t. .
tank all control B.II folhlo Phone Ml" fIJI AT. PB PS PW I 1-,11., Ottt "v.
gal gas Vug Marum
ocabnsl. Large livingroom ... of the Inl"1 Improvenent -
ior-; ;;, .um-m.- Ran WSW
4 wheel "Rocket" trill g detirat employment I SEE ITI You wW rove thIS I Terrauo floor G t Fund of the Slate of Florida
etc for the
Cadillac Cpe De ?I2 Andereon JudguwiH plaintiff*
Shorthand end typ bedroom fur* home coiling heat C.rport.to4iI loodIf DEWfiVToLLYREALTY :n meeting, ,in the Board Room efhe
er complete package ,55 aperllnud 5ioph.n.Hall. .. equ pped Dr No Neplet. noornew ????. OMerod by owftorH MJS );raiiu-d liy Judjj 'JolmEiii- I Governor'i Office ftptt.1, Bi Phone WY 2 1141 IMPERIAL. Sea Gate School Ml 2 III
$11,000 30 l 200 Trail Tsrrssa.N. for 00
teheduled 10 AME
$1895 See at 1650 Murex AT PS. PB. PW ait.rOPM" 1/.11 croon In I dIe -wivfii cane heard \
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; ; NayIcs Phoo. Ml
1d..i;ret soy typeemploymen 2.0441 S T I. on June Itlh 1964 will

Drive or call Bill Tucket. for tummer Ph WSW RAMBLER amer LAKE PARK bedroom. 2 out O( ii7irot"1 Corner of lit Ave Do in :Small CI.11111 Court Jurliig I tonildtr application made br Jb,
Ml 2 >HO bath houte. unfurnithed Contact hornet told the month of :"rpo"I.on. P O Boa lib' Naplet
Midway 2-4295 Excellent RtH A/C on Michigan Aye hml.m Trill May 1
: IIP I F
Lucille' OlttDEWEY : Honda Trutteet le #1111.
Senior .rl dit. employment Only I remaining at Ill47t In Ml 1416
Buy! g nt tummer St eluding lot -- The jiidjjimm were M followst I 11.1U I 12) for the eichange of toram .
Prelertcttr lendtcopad tcreined
con type POLLY owned sad J.b rf,
RAMBLER 4 d I lands by
eel Claudia Combs. porch air Cold lee thetehornet Could Motors
wort
loll Jewel Ion Avenue. Waterfront county Collar (','
In !
located Inl\
TRADE OR SELL BOAT Sr.,ft. Overdrive. invaSion
Pt.... MI 2 3*'l"iT bitore buying onyrsflrs.
taawall, central I neat end Carl [ Collier I for certain landt owned bad
20' Critbank. brlatt, cov R&H REALTY mint hornet CARIBBEANRlALTY vs Brown, $ < .s11 'lorlda
H S greduete dit,ret turn DODGE Wagon V Oh" 2 bdrmt t balht. porch, Troit aoosdluCOn 0 Ihereti, put
irtd, hood, civ.., t*.A 15 hp IPSO N, Trail. MlI Ntotoi udvn Chain- :
Elictramatic Johnton Motor" "nsr .mplov".nl 10 h.:" ",'hCOli. er. New Paint Corner of Ut ..v.. Uo a ll l. IItlh.,1I garage III til Moving. mutt County s vj want lo authority of Section '.1 42md

Good cond.t.on. on. owner MlI ... ..p.n..n Experienced H Tamieml Troil WATERFRONT H ,iCIT. tell her, $H4j. H.nk of Naples .: 21312. Florida Statutes .,ngnore
Hat RckArck, detcribed it fol
trantportal particularly
MIJU31IYEARLY
42M after I 11m. 611.1.1 Phone 2 2771H FORD 300 I dr .. -- rooms. 2 bath Florida room IIM Mendarin Rd I bdrmtbatht vs Fred $coti, J46.,21: 1'aulliio\ :""

PS. RtH RENTAL laraga Located on teiwalled > control heel end air Ethel Moblcy v. Ernest DougI I'ROM TRUSTEES I. I FUND TO
'gh School boy dit'ret any Unfurnithed home with beaut!
Clean porch. carport moO
canal
SI end well 1 cared for JIB CORPORATIONAll
5-Business Opps. type of tummer employment ful view Attractive throughout Priced el all 500 Owner an,. gaga No cloting ::: .mil,MO 00 las, $,M-1.66 Cure Bell Davis of the parcel of tovere,gnty
Age II Phone Eric I Steele Ml FORD t Dr I' with t bedroom IH beth fullyaqupttId dn .400.
lout to tell CARIBBEAN III MovInn mutt tell laiicistir land in Section I. Township II
74171M I RaH vloiinny return
buunett lor taleButmott kitchen, Florida room REALTY 17SO N, trail t.. oilier
Homo and .. I, Mlt South Rai gi II .1
.or..? of homo tn Yypng, and I Shorthand .p.tI, CHEVROLET, PB overlook. Rock Creek Hat HSI 4/7lln..tf1ORRENTO HJ tin SI No I ",m. I ol i',irj jelly Carter aii l I I.I. County, Florida lying between
teparate build. Sacn,4ce, for .nu Oosrs 'job for ..um"'lfi HT AT RSH t>'at til*. Only HIS per mo OAPbENfT'droom both fireplace carport. goodinvatlmenl Meander L'o.oaiurvr ysd by
A/C III.IM ( arii r in dlielby: Carter S6U.
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cath or I large f.1I Pho. MI J. A Henderton February 21th
71"'rU'IvN ::96Po..bIY C Winn, Reeltor 121 3 bath brlckfrent beeuty
17 Annette
Boi 1 inA ) C Ith St So Ml" 0 4510.24S1 ThIs very I srgosn 4 spacious ISO .ISIS Ave So Aquelane, 1 \Ill| IIHIN) .Miiejniisrket| vsI to March 17th 1171 jnd ac approved .,

.* _5/l tf "S graduata d...,.. clan CHEVROLET 4 home hat lying room family bdrmt I bath. central heat t I 1.1.11111":1.: $116.86. by LeRoy O Ball Surveyor
Trine, RtH '171th Atrnuv Suut'Forrnhsd 17 ItIore
Sid I November
cal work for tummir to halp room with full brick elevated sly garage. waterfront |J|.too General .
TEXACO INC. pay collrga enpentit Typ.ng DODGE t D,. fireplece, tl.dma! .1... doort to and on "I. in tha Surv.yor' G."
and horthand Jo Ann Patton PS PB tea rooms hO"" patio Lana kitchen with all 171 11th SI No 1 bdrmt, Office, Tallahattae. Florida.

For Into. now under conttruct Ml I t MM tl duo '''. idaHo only. SIlO 00 cuttom built ceblnelt tpotal 2 batht. large porch. gar. heal Br ant Appoints excepting thai portion lying In
ultramodern tin,on atMooonft PLYMOUTH. mintS Call: Mi 0 5005 dithwtthtr rengt Recreetion end sir III too lOut 00 dnIH5 ) the East Half IE.I of the North
Center, Na. H gh tchool ., duI.-, i. of cst Quarter (INE'O ol Mid Sec
Shopping '"1.11 N mo with tax end
could
Std Sh ft. t dr room bo uted et f fin nt Six l\Il'mhl'r T
fica In
plat Paid training program and lob. po'.c..1 typingand bedroom hit f-HA No cloning cottt > lion I. mare particularly detcribed
bath
DODGE. I dr ht. r edionin,
thorthand Phono 14465 3 bedroom, beth lb. new
4.n.nC.ISU'i I. available. Office by the original field notetof
For information on th.. volu Would I.ka to hans a tummir R CADILLAC 4 0,. homo with Florida Room Com bedroom could olio Cerpet be uted, ettmell in 1270 llth SI No 3 bdrmtt Citrus Hoard elorementioned, liiross'Js lol
plately furnlthed Inoludlnn TV balht. II100. 00 dn MOVE the South
lows a"'M.n.t' !
Don Abernathy I hays had
trench.te contact
able lob aiperiencoworking
'I Ran A/C WOW and automate, wether I block tIoUn carsa. terra ire In bod RIGHT IN T\IL\II\S6EF AP)-< ,. v.
No ( ,
d Section I and
Tanaco, Inc P. 0. ,in a .l'O c.ry.ior a at room wine and terv ce ... qualifying whO Corner of te
10. Its. '1. Myirt Phone EOI Clark Would bo mlarotlld inworking OLDER from hotpltal For adultt Ideal Fully codded lit loll ", lthII.v.d (107 00 month with tat end Ins I n tIll' Bryan) .nnmliitex. sixiiii'inbois run North along Will boundary
.tin. at twitch board atwaitrett 43 Chrytler NY for n,,,... end teachert MI line ef taid Section' t. o ditlance of
Orlvawey double if floe' HoiUla ClIruH
or kitchon work Ran, PS Flud 2-tWI 112.11 cornort Lot II flock I. Royal Harbor ( 40 chamt' to Meander Corner \III
TEXACO INC. Cats Hodman Ml 14471Would"lika SO Chrytler' Win 0IT'iod I... bedoo", houu.'ur".h.d 114 tOO Jut CARIBBEAN I" veart old Price. overlooking bay taawall. Celt mnnilwaoaj lo now term ThriiinmlMtim to Point of Beginning thence
PS. RtH Fluid, FtEALTYMO II 500. tacrlhce, I691t. SO Eett ditlance' of It
woriiJi/j kind CIy w.t.r. os.r N Trail Ml HIM. i In ,'Xx For lease h"h potential I Sap Trail and IChool Thre. 10.hooll chamt; thence North 71 East oditlance
1/7.tht IfOWNR'Lt..VINQ'TOW"
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'I.t'on' now In operation inNapioi. through .um"' month to helpf WOOD tram Rosiaoabls ..I.. Lot 14 |IJIh nr.v.o So Aqua 'sduy. of II chalnt thence

Pad Tr.'n'ng Pror.in Ml,nance 14.115 nut yaar of tIOtht2l23Miic. coli.. From $95 10 .SS pIt mo. 1041 lane. .. f. |7100tacrifice : Bryjjil i..it4i| 4iilHl O. D. Hull North 41* Eatt t ditlanco of 17cheint
and fnancial ttt tlance available 0 001 H W WaHoOs 1111 II Will tell my completely, fur 11250 thence South It' IE.tl. odltlamn
For information' contac ntthod homo to qualified buyer Ji. itt MCIMOoIl2; HtMirv Crate of 1 chj.nth. '" South
Don Abirnathy Teiaco Inc.P. Sale 3840 N._TraI. I One bedroom turn.thtd or so.furnSfi.d for lull taking evor emtting Lot U. Sanyso Blvd. H'I' 'too .mil! Gorff CaKIIII. both itf (Ira 17' W.utadwtavoo of k chum

O. Boo .1168. fl. Mysrn. For G. W. WI"nl.1I P M Ml 2 houte 1011 Call after S/lOll 4 ob".Ion., Idtel for couple or ovarloohllig 15055 Gulf. I.e'oe., .1 Imdii) II. I. Mahwy anil NSU Ihcnce South 21 Eatt .. ditlanceof
family' of pne child Ml I I 7207 II chaiiis. thence 'outh 4Eatt |-
Phon12Help ED 11122 6/.11 U Month Writlen
Cu.lo" IZ pc R.I1.n..1 tahI. n. GOING ON VACATIONI for appt 6/310 l lark$ Jr., htdh Id Dmki City MX! dlttanca nf II chamt:
doubts chaso. end VINCE CONBOY
cludn -
... occ.on.1 chll". ..... ISC3 Chevy t ROOM COTTAGE -SLEEPSI ;New; three bedroom!, two bath. I Igtn Ba)lein uf Svlirlng.Itrjuil thence North SS 10 E.H.I o dn

Wanted rug other itemt. Suitable, for AT RtH ALL ELECTRIC KITCHEN Central, heat and air condition 'I'l Ith Ave Parkway .the jtiMrtnltHl Jul Q. lance of It chill. thenc North
largi Florida room made to to AVAILABLE. BY WFEK mr Mooring $?4,7SO IfUt f' l. Ml IS74S M' Eatt o dInt anc.o I It chalnt
lost Sedan hniiun ol I .niewDixl in bt thineNorth 21 E.i.l, i distanceof
Part time .nvett"gator wanted order in Manila new COOdt,00 Impale OR MONTH IN NORTH CAROLINA David C. Jones, Realtor North
II chaintj thence s
All Power Ran JilMli- Ill the Fv.nf In Walton
Ml 2 1937
00
MUST HAVE EXPERIENCENo f/10 loll Ford 1',1.. 370t FT ELEVATIONCALL 3M Slit Ave So Ml I 11IU 67-Apl.ment. For SlFurnithed dltance of It chains. thenco North
age limit Watt Com De 6/3151 Fordometic VI ----Ml'2" 1117 1/10!. tl C nunty, MUcrumllnp .u..r..t II East 0 diltanci of > chamt

teclive Agency Ml I 2886 FRHiER'l II CU FT No'. 19(1 Rambler St 1270 11th II. N. ( Jinpbell whu rVllhrntttJ.PUBLIC to Maander Corner i.'OI on the

ffonsif hard workjng nM upr ght. Lou than 2 yeart old. AT. Redo a 58-Lots For SaleWaterfront dupln near city hall I East Boundary Line of aid Set

woman l llldy yoarr050d Like new .n 00. ill lit Ave I960 Chev t Dr Available el once 3 bedroom, One bedroom each tide II'?.100PERSONABLE lion t, thence North elrwipj/ the
work ..'v.n. the publ > day No 0.51 AT. VI Clean t botht Near Lake Park LettVanderblll I""' ov.lt.bl. Sill Loaoh.R.aIlo NOTICEIN Enl lound"y Lne of caid lay
....k. 110000 lo 111 000 per ANTIQUE COLLtT5iTflt'Y While Color School. 1111 unfurnlthed 560 IIh A.. I --UI -------- --- Soon I a dlet.net of S 4 chains
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Beech [
year pottibla H'gh commit. PEASTRIDEA I ST PETERS I960 Chev 4 Dr 171 Sth Ave. S. .1./11 10101 /,11 THE CIRCUIT COURT to Meander Corner I/I 11. thence
Na. Lot I block L un't ? South It Watt a dittance of
ton paid v.ClI.on Apply BURG. PHONE 341(932. Completely, i OF THE:
pIns Memorial" Gardent. Inc I Cyl Funllh.d 1100 room ho", ., Lot I Sloth J unt 2It TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT It chains; thence Smith I*< Wett.
and.rb.lt Dr Illth Ave N.Nlpl. I960 Chev, t Dr. cloll In. 1110.00 month 100 cath for both latt Phone I OF FLORIDA a distance of 10 Chol' thence
or write Don Holland 74017JAvenue I South 4 I Ii Well .1 d, .Innce of
... Fl.. 24-Mics. For Rent Air t Cyl. WOMAN IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTYIN
I9i Ford Seden. VINCE CONBOY now,. 'tlend Fie WANTED FOX GENERAL OFFICE I CHANCERY I) ctiilnt: thence South 41 Wetta .
Couple ,th no ch Idren, lo .. 1M7IS4 _
w Automatic AND DETAIL. WORK I d vlanca nl 10 "hay thence
live ,n at tithing retort. Do CLEANINGEST: carp.tclanor tlI 'Ih ..v.. .rkw.y 5,24.001tii'r'.It,1.l ADOPTION ditt4nce of S chains.
MUST BE AILS TO TYPE I West a
mlltoc and ......1 I nlanton Sou.Conrail d. to H eety too Git Automatic I9S9 Ford St Wa| PII. Mt I 25745 ; ,? etv TTTt AND ENJOY WORKING WITH I Chancery No 20$? them. North H E ,'.1 I a di<.
Luttre sot.Ioctr IC.hampoosr OF
PETITION
.nc. Apply Snook Hole MotelMarco end IN Rl of II ch.,., then .. North
lance
f 5/20.51 II Naplet Furniture 1919 Plymouth lows color II000 Heel PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE OP I SON GORDON and .
-" budS Co. I/J Runt 0 K. STAMPS"n"50-Rooms For Rent good IStr.Th"A I Loach. Realtor OOKKEfPINQ HELPFUL I DOROTHY GORDON S Wetl a dittance of S chalnt:
MALE &. FEMALE I los? Dodge SI I Ml 2 III!: APPLY IN PERSON AT COL I NOTICE OF SUIT thence North 12- Wont o el,tttncenf .
AS IS 1/JIt, LIEU COUNTY NEWS AD. I KNIGHT It chamt. thence South S4
REAL ESTATE PERSONNEL. 26-Personal I9M Ford 2 Dr Nllr Saach 8 Towot Mooringt lot on -'lew Line VfRTISINQ DEPT ASK FOR I TO Addratt JEWEL LEE Undnown Wett e distance of It chamt:
LICENSED SALARIED POSITION Large room private beth a entrence MR WYATT thence South 45- Wett e ditlance
AS IS
CALL Ml til.lt USED Week or year, Call Mlt Drive IS tOt Termt II lot -J You era hereby not,f.ad that the of 14 chains: thenco South UWett '
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS" down I balance Ull filed
yitra en ebove nomad petitioner hat a
till 5113Help 54 Jl Sun altar I P M IfSt chalntto
or of
: dittance
with los Chev. IH a
Men or women drinkingprobiemt Loach Reeltor, IM Sth Ave petition In the above titled Court
look for help by call and Chaos 1/31.Jt a. Ml 2 Sill" I/).It lot the adoption el tha minor child Meander Corner (221 on the
Want Female ... MI 1 4)M V..IO" cod..II I9M W.llyt *T Large room w7jIvaIo baTh CsquIoaI.5ii'la. PUBLIC NOTICI named therein to.wit, : Vincent Hay West Boundary Line' of Section
welcomed. Meet,ngt .n FirttBapttt Four Wheel for ledy Clote to beach and o Knight' end you ere required to I: theBoundary. South along said Will
bastion
Warn Hubs Call baton 11,000 On.r, MId ol I .cllon 0 a di.Iaocs
SIN
Church Anne on flopping center
I U94 NOTICE D" INTENTION TO caute. if any you hove why .
say 1/11101
Taos and 1912 Ch.v. I Ton noon or Ml I 45).. of It I chalnt In Point of Beg
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Etperenced *a.test wanted SI at 7th 05500r y evening REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME the tame should not be granted by
S.. H .I.n Baron at I.ron.'o Ftl, n.hl.t'O" New Tirac' "'.If PORT ROYAL" lot27 &al Tho undorsgnod 5005 h..y c" terving, 0 espy of your written defintit ,nnlng: EXCEPT that portion
leon wthm the Eetl Half (556)) ofNortheett
ft.ilalran I S/ll MStlMeiAHV rtUBBER STAMPS that make Dr ve Far tale or Trade I 1.,10' that I am conduct, an applianoa upon Jamat M "'d.", ., Attorniv .
Any..... See Th.. Wrol. H..blr. 1110 '0.1 "'vet butmatt at 214P'naSI lor Petitioner. P. 0 Boa Quarter INEU lZo aid
WAilED PER o good mpretton lot.
Road. a.to. Con,,. Sect,an I Containing acrossFROM
MANENT" POSITION. PLEASANT One day tarvica. Collier County INGRAM 51-Wanted To Rent Naplat Flor,da under the tic 411 Naplat. Florida. and ky flingIlia ,lett
or
WORKING CONDITIONS N._. II 130 Nnth St N. I litiout name of ASCO and that ta.d srs'ial. ) thereof wIth the Clerk more JIB CORPORATION TO

CALL Ml" 1 Itll FOR AP Naplot. WANTED BEDROOM" UNFURNISHED 59-Acreage firm It compotad of the followingpartont of sold Court on or bo lore June IItll TRUSTEES I I. I. FUND
HOUSE, CLOSE whote nemat and pIStil of otherwite e decree mey be
land In
26 if It 2 Ji"i-G- All of that parcel of
--. -- 33-Ser/icei Offered IN YEAR ROUND BEGIN r.s'd aocS.ar a ai followt entered agalntt you granting lId
3. 000 MilES. 131 DISTRESS' I Owner naedtmoney Sect,on I. Townthip II South.
Secretary for law of>ce young 12111Perlect NINO SEPT .1ST WRITE It acret |tlt total WILUAM LEROY POYER S1SII < adootionWilnatt Range tl Catl Collier County
good lyptt Enpernnce not re- BOX 414 CORAL GABLES 14, price Coll,er Counly Rial Et- Croton Av.nu.Own..hp my hand and the hal of Florida eacept that portion In
ouired Ml" 24200 I/I'.tf SEA WALLSCONCRETE ..eo. FLA t/Jlf 1.11 MI 3 '"*. OP" lundl" of ASCO i* at followt lad Court at tail Naplat Florida, the I Eatl Half Cm of P4othso.IQuartor
Silt Dauphme 4 1/10 ff William, LaNoy Poyer Sr 100'% this Ith day of May IM4 NEU) of .
I San.or beaut.c.an lor butv shop WOOD ROCK May be teen after I b4rs.. u.tun wIN opt to II It my intention 10 apply to Iht MARGARET T SCOTT ( I'rlts.
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Select' cl.antele Mail be 55 Foundation Piles ISO Palm Circle. buy 1041 0 .IIO 4/4,51 ii; acrouon I"moh'' "d Clerk of the C,rcuil Court ,n and Clerk t, tool's. par0calarly at the South acfullowt

par,enced ,n h,gh ttylmg Reply Ml I2MI. '''00 catli Your chance for a for Collier Counly Florida lo rag.tlar SEAL wait Corner Beginning of teid Section t

Boo 11J1 A' clo CC N.os Docks-Mooring Whips 'J our whael drTvo ; 52-Real Estate Wanted good Invotlment CARIBBEAN the ta'd name of AtCO under By INE2 MAQILL run North 0" tl in Wltl on

StenulrlIIh'r, w"tt'd and In eicellent REALTY 3710 N Trail, Midway the proVIsions of Chapter 10951 Laws Deputy Clerk the Will Boundary of sad See
IAGEN Automate d'ydochABBOTT Ml 3 5904 before 1 till 4/11.lh. tf ef Florida, Auto of H4I /./ Jemat H. Adams lion S dittence of 3r.4" feet
of d nil nroumloffue Mayo 12.lot 00 cath need I Witnau hand Ihlt Ills ofMay. P. 0 e.. 411Naplet o
U after day
Cnpa" '>mif 111m. bedroom II..... wett of Trail I IMl 40 acret for tele Clete in 1500 .1964WILLIAM my Florida. to the North Shore of Henderton
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wi>ik miluilintc .hait- I9t t 111!. 1/3.101 p.raCro M.ght spIt CARIBBEAN L.ROY FOYER Sr Attorney for Petitioner Creek the Point of' Bee:.'nnlngthenee :
Radio Road REALTY 3710 N Treil North It 31 41' EattMM .
hand F'r Intt'I'vit'faU MI H Power w, .. MI lim. If May 14 Jl ?l. June 4. MM *I44 May 14, Jl, II June 4, IM4 *I41 II feet thence North 41'
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Office .n ... MI 24104 44 Eetl ;
MOM inn MO for
i 510.. "Summer Heurt n'.1144M"bile ecret tele at J9 per PUBLIC HEARING North M. .II M" Cat: miM

.'82!) N. Tummnn Tiail45t Monday" through Frodoy'OOlo'JOPM Store building on UI II ocr.milat south Mht of loll prepotadLtuderdale Two ft Notice 't hereby give by the City Council for the City of Evargladet. fiat: thence North I' II 22Wett "

MViet 121 tot Hat 22.tit 14 ft SOft Rd CARIBBEAN Florida. that 0 pubbo hearing will bo held uen IllS adoption of onOrdinance 34) 171 feel! thence North
/ Closed Saturday Shot I 1'00 P Trail frontage Apartmint REALTY. 1710 N. Tra. Ml For Budget Appropriation for the ,.....1 Year UM H atCity IP 34 II" Eetl 7M41J" feet:
Pspa'eSIl. I s,50r Sill Loath Rosilor. I SlOt 1/2SThstf Hall in of M M Tuesday 194 thence North 14 41 4) Cettm2M ,
Wanted Male .IOI ___ 30 aluminum SOS 6th ..v. S. 104' 28151lJ.M : A true copy :f'I'b at I'I: !;' :the Mayor t1'tI" feet: thence louts SI'W
14-Help outed Flor,da : SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN it at foflowt. II" fait 410 761 feet: thenco
Mooft tprayid w.th axclutiveBRITE complete See ACREAGE CITY OF tv-EROLADES North 41 00' 00" E III.. 410 121
Truck drover wanted for route WHITE Beaut.f.et. prolectt Capri Trailer NOW I acre tract locale FISCAL. YEAR 116444UOOET fiat. thence North 71 01' II"
work, Sal del very and ", ..IIfcondt'o..1 and taalt all rooli Free ,/4 &t 57-Houses For Sale list one mile from US 41 APPROPRIATIONS' Sail IM 4IS feet: hoots North
III..In MI 1 SIn NAPLES. 00" Eett. 301 171 feelthence
work Contact My Drive on Ic Ih"e preperly w,th CostoodoPropound 21 14 :
aDDs L P Oat Ml 4JM ROOF CLEANING S PAINT tT.i ; Th,.. .doom. IC,..".. Iana your own car and compare ,itageintt Mayor t PwpotadINCOME South 74 M M" EattfM .
6. i 251 I NG CO 119 101 pet tor rant or and lovely "'ICIf'"'' .anciote any other! Only III lud.1dll'r.O 044 feet thence North II'
eel'on. MI 24111 wlh 5 .Iudy Cy..o. fond a'sarnO'g down full price |7I) For ESTIMATED Budget 14 II." East 31> MI feet, thence

F.\'f'rOne Rid The NEWS It I'.) To Adttrt.k hasp fllIU' of fN0" further .nformet contactD SasW 54l00 $2100000 North M. 01' 1)" Cett. 11340.*
1 bedroom home on oIly' water T Jonet Enterprtet" 040MIdway : : 11,000: :: 08,1080 faet thence North SI ..' 41 *

45-Trailers and ttwar in Lake Park Only 21140 P 0 Boa 171 Bail 211 177 feet to the Point

1-= "" : 11310 Tarmt eve,lebie Call TOTAL INCOME ESTIMATED" I1UM III.nUO of Intertect with the North
line of Henderton Creek
owner. Ml I 24121 before I" there
I : __ T,.".,. II a .. PM 61-Income Property EXPENDITURES ESTIMATED end the Cat Boundary Line of
I 110 a ....k General I AdminittratlveAdmmittralivo : saId' Section I. 11)431 feet South
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Rock C.k Solene I I 7. 00 of N C Cor
IYIIt'iIE Home end income I bedroom t ]1' M Eatt the
4.30,1 CBS t iffrencvEatt General Inturenca a Bonds .. "U ..! 00 nor of SaId Section t: thence
plut room
Owner mucl toll mre bedreon of golf Curia 114 200 O'fce, Supoliot a I........ I. 00 South t' 31' II" Cat on the

-y -=-- 4S-Wanted 2 both Central homo in hoot THE and MOORINGS a,rconej good termt B,II Leech Reel Other Adminletrelivo I.pe..... __ I, 00 Cett Boundary of said Section.

tor 111 Sth Ave S MI 4111 a,. a dtlance of ISO 001 feat to
.t'onmg carpet, throughout /Ut Total Gen..., Adoilnioleallva iiiii.i 907.79000 the South thore of HendartonCreek
.j-; I reproof e.cefM t .... oomt Com0oto UtHit.eeBeloriet. : thence South 14' 17 41"

...111< not over ) kitaSan: including tfotai". at. Will It) 104 feet: thence South

Cash Ml' 247M and thweohor drIvIsasodOod NCI" eanodporch 62-Business Property Oarbei tpetal S, NoN 13 12 If Watt HI 713 feet:

Icwn Phono paved Ml ti\i\ after Water S/tlam _" __ a'II'1 4 'M" thence North 14' 03 17 WettIII .
Motjojuito Control 4NoN eli feel: thence South Jl'
I P M VII if Treil Frenttgi liO on. ?
48-Apti. For foot Between Naplat and Ma' Street LaSts __ S .mlO 4]' It" Wett J71 7H feet; thence
slow,. IIHII grove L.- rimblwig South !M II' 40" West 4MIII

Pu r".N.da 50 5 farm Mevte w th tmallorange co Real Island Cttale Tumoff Ml 2 Coll III' ar Open Co Total UtIi.no I, ._ iiiii."iii.. ,i feet thence South 71' 31 47"
II] IM Bill
week ioqu.rI grove Weal W IM toot; thenco South
Sunday I/J wt Public Wo"
Loech 'h.lilt. <
Rd Mil till Ht Ith AveS SoienetStreet __ I $440.40 a..... .. |II S7 07 Wetl 7f1 2I teetthence :
tViTenc 111.11 Ma ..,oiIaMi 1.10.00 I.... .. South M 2r ZI" Will

Month .et IRIS' Oa r-tI'T,;. twEiii'tralty Can 64-Wato.rfront Property Pork*. M"" 5 .. sssiaWni I..m .04aOpoi. .,... .. IM lid feet thence feel Sot'th thence II'U'
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; "-rsiar5a "b".1 t.rnDavid Waterfront "0"' CBS l bed : m I.C' tot thence South II 27- 23"Wasl
'00", .. I betht t>., It ,n rengiand !M7 2S! feet; thenco South
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) .if i-Eu-h. turn l.v month. Bill Loath Realtor lit lSswa" ; "irIs = 4 I NON US MIl feet thence South II*

N '&' -1 ...SioovI k.. ". I bedroom I Dots Florida 1th_Ave_ S.. Ml 2 III 1/1.1t '.0. .. OWos, II U Wett IAIW feet: thence
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or 'aj/pref Ml room Veer around ..r coca T'Kb. 'P':' : $2111904 South 14 M II" Wetl 341 744
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0 l-lI1 beach end down feet 10 the Point of Inlertect
1Lasf. 1 JJ Sabcl tows Naplet U2. M SIt, MOSt: TMAM H.L* CC with the South thore lino of Hen
f a YEAR LoOch 1I1I"1t *" ** A"Breed''dew OftlOAft$ TO' R I STS MILL Fire P'''.si.i.1,0', I 11110 I SOb 00 derton Creak and the South Boun

Modern one .. S. ial 2.52.51. PtOJRN: FCA tVlOT >.E ri v,jlTI HarborTotal "."n 00" 10000 dare Lon of Mid Section: thence

: #.ency Apia i .,$MMMBN SPECIA4. i41i i -I-IZ'; ....Ih.. O!' OS" Wett along the
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Call n CBS homo I Iorc l ais'i South Son duroslsa Id boles

round Ml 244)1 ..-.._. well to well cleeett Retreat o I. S4I Il teat to the Point of Beg .
Crece Ave. Largo k ,tchen cutter" ku," Comm,,. '.'" 4 ("h., 5 .100 10 I 1 US 00 ,nnng Conla..,.S |f across morely'oROC

:: I bdrm -.,..-.. '.rc..... ,cab Tarrem.nett Large floors l,O vmgroom. E T".I P. .i u.i 'l: ;e.. lill'-Oo of the Tnttee. of the
keech and GREET
year celfng'keat Carport end lendecepao ntemil Imorovement Fund of the

!Ir..r Offered by owner Itttc of Flnrda
may' lit.001 St 1NO Tre,I Terrace -- IRVAN'
i-i.e Gb- ] bedroom tur", N Neplet Phone Ml 1 .'4HToo rITA' I I" I NDITURCS ESTIMATED I'l.IM M $1215000S 0000,05,
T5.USPslCB apt No polo or / ATTEST'
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er GoldwaterWin Bryant AppointsPinkertonToHead Manuel Ray, Castro Foe, "


R'Ivi Milk Commission rrtr

I II { Seen man TALLAHASSEE John Pinkerton( P-Chalr.Sarasota Picked Up By British


was appointed to a new term on -

1'b On First the Florida Milk Commission by NASSAU, Bahamas (AP- defected after one ind one.half 1
Gov. Farris Brjant. At the r.
4 Manuel (Manolo) Raanil rears In the post and began :
same time a producer represen. Castro rebel leader who had building an anil.Castro under. b
\SIinGTON! (AP, The tative on the group resigned vowed to be fighting in Cuba b\ ground He fled to Florida In a
fit al f the rare for then Chris Jensen of '.
|pI i'o Ocala, dalr) '
May 20, was one of eight persons malt boat In November, 1900.
!" i"nlli) + in pn'sidential. nominal man who sat on the commission '
picked up Mondayby the BritIsh For the past year, he had perslstently -
J rt 'r ri iel"under \\aj' Friday several years, said he stepped destroyer DecoIn the Bahamas )' promised the exile colony .
amid Indl+ itions that Sen. Bar.r' down to go Into business at Jack. that he would be fighting
Goldw,ilc of Arizona Is sonvllle
only This was confirmed toda\ bra again on Cuban soil or be
+ r a whisker away from a first. In another action, Bryant
police official who declined to dead b\ Alai 20. y. 1p
ballot victor) named three new members to
Indication of
permit use of his name. There was no
Wj'huggton' state Republicansopen the Florida Judicial Council, an Five Cubans and two Amerl what action British officials
their! convention and dele. organization of lawyers, judges! can photographers were taken would take against Ray.
gab'v( to the COP National and laymen making contlnu.ous .
a off the Decoy today' and paraded The two Americans taken
Convention will be chosen in study' of Florida of
system
to magistrate's court for a from a fast armed launch aftera
two Colorado districts Frldaj administering justice. hearing on a charge of Illegal chase by' the Decoy Monday
B>' Saturday night some 65 William W. Atterburg Jr. of entry' Into British waters. were Andrew St. George of New
drll'galls1111 be chosen In West Palm Beach succeeded
lance newsphotog.
The eighth captive remained York, a free
Washington, Colorado, Alabamaand Mrs. Raymond) Evans Weldon aboard the ship and the police rapher, and Tom Dunkln, also a
Hawaii, and political observers Starry of Tallahassee succeeded official finally confirmed grow. New York photographer and a
will be better able to Charles B. Fulton and Ralph E. Ing speculation that this was former Florida newspaper man.

gauge the Impact of Goldwa. Proctor of Tallahassee replaced Ray, the dapper| 39.'earold At first, Police CommissionerNigel --- -._; ...... .
terra victor' in Tuesday's Cal. Robert W, Barnes Jr.
head of the Cuban Morris had Identified the
Ifornla primary. RevolutionaryJunta. others only as Miss Mints Bar BEAUTY OF SCIENCE-Mrs, Jeanette Grasselli receivedthe

J'i That victory gave him 86 del. Everyone Reads The NEWSIt Ray, first public works min. ras, Israel Morrell, Martinez, 1963 Award of Merit from the chemical profession J

boosting trains from his first the ballot Golden strengthIn State, Pays To AdtertUc l Ister In the Fidel Castro regime, Gonzalez, Lastra and Diaz of Cleveland, Ohio. She was once a school beauty queen.

The Associated Press survey
( of delegates alread chosen to
446. That contrasted with a
claim of 454 by Idwater's
headquarters
A spot check Wednesday of
I' political leaders In most of the
From HomesWELCOME
Rutenberg
1", states and Puerto Rico,
IA wi where a total of 258 delegates
remain to be chosen, showed
Goldwater is expected to win
i r'A between 140 and 190. And an.
,d other 23 or so of these unchosen

4 delegates:; could wind up In the
senator's corner before the
GOP convention opens July 13 SHRINERS
In San I"ran cisco.

U he fulfills these estimates,
Goldwater would march Into
the convention with from 623 to

i 650 flrst-ballot votes, just shy
of the 603 needed for the nomination ,
i' ,, Ladies
and their
t Coldwater backers who are
predicting a first-ballot nomlna-
THE TRAVELER'S TREE-The pretty tlon are looking closely at the

model knows she will never KO thirsty as long as big: blue of nominally uncommitted .

she works at Sunken Gardens in St, Petersburg, or favorite-son votes, in.
I where the tiaveler's tree is one of the popular at. eluding 58 In Ohio, 48 in Michl.
gan, 31 In New Jersey and 30
tractions among the many varieties of tropical __ ':
In Wisconsin. 'i !. l'] dl h; '_ '
plants. That is actually water coming out of the They feel there Is Goldwater r :

tree, not from a hidden water pipe, support In those delegations e?

.which can be called on either
during or a( the end of the first fK


Figures Don't Lie But roll The call.AP survey of 1,050dele0 *

gates already chosen shows this .
I first-b\ allot lineup based on

pledges, primary commitments,

Interpretations- Differ ence Instructions Goldwater and stated prefer.446 $J. a t


'By SAM i DAWSONAP April the gold stock had been Nelson A. Rockefeller 117 r
Business News Analyst $132 million\ [Uu' id. William W. Scranton 72 ___
NEW YORK (AP) IlffiiriB U VOII'IP cjullotis you can Henry Cabot Lodge 44
don't He. But It's how you Interpret say lint:, It'a the long run and Margaret Chase Smith 15 t e
tllPIll that meals not lie month to month changes! Richard M. Nixon 13 i
that tomil And even If favorite sons 103 o
whether you're iin tgtimist, a anyway .
Uncommitted 240 ; ,
May was dlsippolntlng, +
pessimist, or Just cautious And any
In an election year the differ gold giln Is a relief after the v
ence becomes fchaiper loss of more than$7 billion on the

If you're an <){>tlnilst you tan Gross National Product the
say that (nun Jan. 1 ID May 31 total dollar output of gonads and Hint Kremlin
US. gold stocks rose by $97 /i'rvh I'slhlch charts the .-
million. If you're a pessimist course of the nation's economy '
you can do a little figuring or Otlmlsts|' and President "' .-s
and tint JolniHon Is one-say that the Cut Ties "''"''':\0...\t( :' _
your fingers! say : nuaiis+ May ....... -
foreshad.ows r'
that In May the United Elites gain so far this year

must have lost $35 million In J steady economic growth : t- ---------.--- .x.:
gold, because nt HIP ell of through the rest of this year _., T
and well into 1965, Pessimists With PeipingMOSCOW y I
reply that the t'XjJ.lllblun. In the b M Yi ?k

UN May Agree To early months of this year was
not at as fast a clip' as In the ft.
AP
( ) The Soviet
On Spot Check Of nil months of 1961. Communist newspaper Pravda;
The iiulluis say that the up. Indicated
today that the Kremlin
Cambodian Border turn, now Malting its 40th may he thinking of formally
nuiith, hu'ins sturdy so far despite severing ties between the
Com
UNITED NATIONS, N.AP .Y. Us advanced age as business munlst
parties of the Soviet
( )-Private talks lutwuiilhc swings| go, hut has yet Union and China We're flattered you chose Naples for your In your registration gift packets received a l'
Soviet Union and Mot'<><'co today to reveal just how much steam you
"The threat of a split Is
may produce a un,mimou* Seuu Is still behind It-ami especially reality which the world Commu a convention, and we hope your stay is enjoyable brochure on our Florida Classic Homes, and we
Council derision fur
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ui on.
Just how much of an I'cr'ttill'
the.spot U.N study of birder federal Income tax cut will with nlst ,"movement said< an article must reckon In the While you're here, you're cordially invited to come would like the opportunity to personally show you
troubles UHwein CambiNlli and ,
have
South Viet Nam.Ambassidois. Ami dim nil Ion's financial party"Marxist newspaper.Leninists do not out and see our model homes, located just a few the beauty, design, craftmanship and service built

Nlkolil T. ['''d. dealings with other lands also want a split but cannotbe drive from downtown into
orenko of the Soviet Union! and are I subject to Intelprttatlon. attained unity minutes Naples. every Rutenberg Home.
through concessionson
!
Ahmed Talbl Benhima of Morocco
The cltthe
ottmlMi' near
| matters of principle, nor does
began! discussions 11I\s. llniliullon of the deficit In this It itself"
come by
day night Oil the Mini) proposed! Hilton's bal.nice of pay inertia in It was one of the strongest
by Moroc and the Ivory Coast.
the flint three months of the Soviet statements
yet on the

were Diplomatic|'hopeful) that sources the Sovlit said I they Union trend)ear Tliciesslmlstssayasllght the othir way developed Moscow.Peking feud But West. Ladies! Get a group together and make it a party. Daily tours are being held at 10:30 a.m, and 2:30 p,m.
ern diplomats| In Moscow do not
and Czechoslovakia Could bo in \prtl, with etpoiU> 2 per cent believe a break In party rela. If your schedule does not already include a tour, tall us at MIDWAY 2-3144 and we will provide free transportationto
persuaded to Join thIIthel' tithe
Inlnw Maul and Impoits 1
percent lions would mean break In .
relatlons
council members+ In voting! fni Mtlioi. between the Soviet and and from your hotel or motel
the resoliilton The cautious warn that the Chinese .
The
governments. diplomats
The discussions were limit. teal test Is In the months Just believe the Soviets want to
stood to concern suggestions! l the alien, lire outflow of dollars keep lines
some of communlca
two Communist council numbers norniall those early; III the lion .
open.The
made Wednesday foi. year and (111.11111' later on. This article sail, a split between .
changes !In the rest lutlon. )car imports are expected( l to the Soviet and Chineseparties
IncriMM' bl''ausIII the nation's would
"seriously weakenthe
pioiipeill Exports may level struggle! of the world Com
The Dark Iht'il'name
Ages
owe off twins of financial
to the fact that ruru-: in\ Other lands. And prolwlenti just t "portal niunlst Ism.movement. against 1m You Will Find Rutenberg Model Homes Located In
civilization made almost
pean ahead Is the \' outpouring
no advance between the 5th of dollars bj American tourists
and 12th centuries abroad ROBBER STAMPS MI 2-2107GUBERNATORIAL
Clearwater Sarasota Kennedy Boca Raton
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n Homes !signs from high.

PEAR, TOO--The present lineup of governors show i the Democrats way

holding a 34.16 eubernatorlal Republicans However, the picture may change dependIng .
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LCOKING EASTWARD from upper balcony of west wing of Cove Congress The TahitIan Cove CongressInn ....... .

I Inn showing boat slips and main entrance from water side in center. :Naples' newest hostelry, pfd ? ; .
will open its doors for Its first P ? ,'n tlYyrd fir ? :<

Florida Cabinet approval of the U.S. Corps of NO SWEET TOOTH guests Thursday June. Restaurants tw r '. -
and cocktail -
Engineers. The developer pro. BERNE, Switzerland (AP) loungesIn r 'MI, .
OKs New Dock At poses an. 1,100 foot pier at 1101.Iywood' While the Swill are world- e. business the complex will be open for d',. ,1 :..
public beach with un. nowned of fine Friday. ,
as producers '.:: .it
Hollywood Beach derwater ports for visitors to chocolates: they Ug fir behindthe Workmen are busy today and i''j.;.:....M..t
view sea life. British and Americans whenit some will possibly work tonight
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The In a referendum, Hollywood comes to tiling sweets. Figures putting on the finishing touches I
Florida Cabinet Tuesday ap. residents approved the proposalby indicate that per capita consumption so guests for the Shrine cere-
proved an application of Holly. more than a 3.1 majority. of candy week Is
wood Theatre-ln-the-Sei to builda per monial this weekend will find It
higher in England, at 225 ,
commercial dock at Holly. grams ready when they arrive ,
wood Beach. The only to become than in all other European na Representing an Investmentof
Americans 140
The proposal still must win President was Herbert Hoover. consume more than two million dollars -
weekly Danes, 115 .
grams grams.And
the newhotel Is consider.
the Swiss A
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2B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS weekly. ed something unique. EdwardP. l M"aaw .i 'w Yt
. nurada1. June 4, 1964 Schoenthaler the owner,

visited hotels throughout ,
many e a r
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for It and believes that he has
We Are Proud
come up with something really

new. Not only will It caterto
the traveler visiting Naples -
by air and automobile, but 9 1 _M

d0 located on Naples Bay as It Is, .
It has Its own boat slips in -
To Have o b'0;: which visitors who come to the 11.

area by boat or yacht may tie

their craft while staying In the aw w,. 1e rTAIIITIAN
hotel which Is furnished In the

most luxurious and modern de-


cor.Cost of the construction of
Taken Part In the buildings In the complex

aggregates an Investment of a
1750000. Another $300,000was

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THE NEWTAHITIAN $25,000 went Into the cam- COVE CONGRESS INN as seen from xention .h:'i7I now" finished a'd will be ready

era and closed channel In the televisIon the air, juts into Naples Ray with part of the for use when the inn opens this week, Across

ventlonhtll.equipment Construction costs con- complex between 12th Avenue, South and Broad the broad expanse of Naples Bay lie the Eastern

far exceeded the original estimates Avenue South. While the picture, taken about Shoies developments while the newly dredged bay

Schoenthaler said. three weeks ago shows the main building, the and channel lead to the famous fishing grounds ,

COVECONGRESS Included In the main building Cove Restaurant the new Coast Guard Station and of the Ten Thousand Islands and the sparkling

are 114 hotel rooms, approximately the Island Hut it hows only the foundations of waters of the Gulf Of Mexico City pier is shownat

half of which are the convention hall in the lower !left. The con- right. (McGrath photo) .

; INN efficiency apartments. In ad-
dition there are six suites
and four'penthouses. All rooms 'mera has been Installed which ture. The main building Is three hotel Is a kidney shaped swimming thaler raid,and negotiations are
are completely alr-condltloned will enable the management to stories high and In the shapeof pool. The grounds have under way for others. I lie al'o I

for summer andheated for winter broadcast p rog rams given In the an enlongated "E". In the been landscaped with the sei( l- plant to embaik upon a "pack-
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TWO RESTAURANTS this manner using both restau- and i Zlninicrman -
!INSULATION----. r- -: "There'wllf' be two restaur-* rants'and. "Convention'tlall' Break Ground For the architects and rhetlI. MOPS THAN MAI OP
were
I 'f. i 1. ants arid' "rw<5 locKull lotinges. as many Is TOO people can't Florida's Prison Marhoefer, Jr. Co., the FLORIDA TOIRISTS MILL
RETURN FOR VISIT I
ANOTHER
The Island Hut overlooking the served at one time, accordingto
) Reception CenterLAKE general contractors
by waters of Naples Bay will seat Schoenthaler.
150 people and will specializeIn Facing Eighth Street,In front BUTLER (AP)-Con.struction : The hotel will employ a staff
Polynesian food and drinks. of the Convention hall there Is was under way todayon of approximately T> persons.
WEST COAST INSULATION The Cove Restaurant on the site space for four shops. Negotia- a new $5 million reuptlon. Ralph Davis formerly mana-
of the"Old Cove" Restaurant, tions for leasing the space In medical center for Florida's ger of the Lakevlew Apartments T M.wrs.urs
this prison system In Naples and who has rcrent-
for many years a popular ren- building are pending
When the work is complete, ly been employed at the !Naples:
dezvous for Naples diners,will Schoenthaler said. Off the main
the center will receive the con. Dead Club, will be the manager -
have a seating capacity for 300 lobby of the Inn, Bruce Shope
victed men from the courts
A BEAUTIFUL ADDITION and will specialize In beef and will operate a shop specializing Davis before coming
TO A GROWING NAPLES" keep them for observation,rlas to Naples built and for more rtaae* _.waviua
sea food dinners In boutique gifts and objectsof slflcatlon and for medical treat raratm
than 20 the
managed
A convention hall will seat art. ment before sending them to the years
Penn-Flora I lord 11 St.I'I tc rs- \
500 persons and will be avail- proper prisons to serve their
I PHONE ED 4-1550 I able for conventions banquets BOAT SERVICEAt terms. burg
and dances. It has a stage with the rear of the Cove Restaurant Gov. Farris Bryant broke the Carl Maas, [for six years manager -

private dressing rooms for both In the old building for- ground Tuesday to mark tho of the Lehigh Acres: res WE of
known as the Old Cove start of the work taurants will be the restaurant -
0 and A closed channel merly
3218 Marion St. men women.
Fort Myers He said the state was acting and beverage manage
television circuit with ea- apartments a boat sales and through "an awakening social
service will be operated -
together consciousness which has at last
"IOHM\L"I YTCU
with tackle and
a shop fixed sufficient value on the ROARKPlumbing
Because of the Shrine ceremonial -
i quarters for the crews of visiting least of these our brethren, to
an Intensive effort hasbeen
boats.At make It worthwhile that they lie
the northeast of sake." made by all concernedto
comer rescued fur their own
the hotel complex the local The center had Its start In 19C1 get the hotel ready for the
Flotilla of the Coast Guard when the Legislature jpprrprl.ated opening tomorrow,as it is book
for and ed to capacity for this weekend.
planning
has erected $810,000
Auxiliary a new
A SPLENDID NEW ADDITION to a building of the same Tahitian the first work. \ formal opening Is planned in

architecture as the hotel The 19C3! session aiproprUUd about two or three I\'eeks.
: .47 million which will! S>fiit
$4 | Schoenthaler said
today.
j GROWING COLLIER COUNTY buildings and blending in with mostly for the reception phase Two conventions have already Co.
them. The 1904 Legislature will U
been scheduled for the hotel
The hotel of
buildings arc asked to vote money for more
later In the for
summer, one
concrete block constructionof development of the h o a pit I a 1
a Polynesian type architec phase. July and one for August,Schoen-


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4B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, June 4. 1964'
t Bobbies Study

Study Plan I 1 Top

Rushin9 Roulette II i > '< :Mitt ia) > I

For On-Job The Liberal Arts


8, JOHN GALE
1k, Britain, believing that fighting
fnllInd l (tP -
BR \\1SHI1,
s 01 r nailing and jailing the criminal,
Training mutter
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'in' IB no longer lust
elit' e,
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'u,\ raining( a rw* police .
du tmguiehed cop even the cc,
WASHINGTON (AP) TIle H.T mm) t811111n'* moili
back to nchool.
Stotland'ard! i t had meant going
government la CCIIIalfil'rlnc a pro % wd txcin of
Paul which proponents sal) The school l a sort of scads
would five American job train *mof\ avengers i I. set 'In been found outside the ranks of
log Its biggest boost slice the re'not* Mid lovel) "I with! '*- the career men. The retired
interrupted, UU of (*" and
GI Bill. army brigadier often ban been
theFederal parllanJ.! H..rJ. of deer graze
The Nfea, proposed b> called in the man used in
Committee on Apprenticeship in 1 the >' ... rot e.Ul* nurruuna-- command, with a good .It",1 l
Is to treat job skill ii'>. the ITlh Century country behind him.
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like capital Investments and u.ln which hooves the lu'd. Now the police are trainingand .
five emploie-i tax credit lor .1.0"Pt.' ",10.11 strut an" the polishing their own leader, .
training new worker and up. n_. Mmtlrtoe, .r.m e ,n lh Said Stead "People laugh at
grading the .bllltle of present II'.'."*. VK ,*rJ nn are laid out ne when I ..awe tart with the
employee. u h with wallflowers and Creeks mid the Rornuno and ihe

"Cost to the emplojer I Is the I '_. Bible, but that IK eui.llwhul
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greatest Ingle bar to an ado. II. in* Hrilam there we do."The.
quate apprenticeship and train. I ,ho.t a gray IK said* policeman i* u citizen'

ing program In America," 1 r INC .uft.al..d in J tea and he haw got to be u complete

the committee said In making ..,. tM ft while rid IOtJ hiJi'-anJ-,* uliien. It he in going to mfigunrd ( '.
the recommendation to Secretary k crib her pride ronm civil freedom. he has
of Labor W Willard 1 i tedding stow. "
Wlrtz. r got to know what then ore
IIMf # "0 me KreuJun In its III a* .
High Labor Department officials .
ofV ( Few ut this thrce-sedr.ddtnntuultoil |
direil
John Stead
view the recommendationas have been to uni
1.,1 sttiiiies at the BranwPolut
an Important proposal In lie r \ermtSonn- .lIlIlIjll..J to\ r
their efforts to combat a CIIII f<.
rowing aihie\e the eqintulent of .inincritaitltifh
technological job displacementand I this place: reientlx mm. .\ mliool radiuiluni.
"ON.M war Him a VH UH''U CJ1.N Hi Nrt a VNt Ne HI1I' IIr persistent! high unemplo) 4 .'i l HriluinV Ilk'"I HH\UI\| \
The nthool'H CommandantSdne : I.
.tU I MKttfimful .otn..* "polue*
ment.The .- -...."" .n. They had been tundpukrdir .. \: I Lawrence, ...1\ N.
made apprenticeship of committee OWNER AND BUILDER Edward P, Schoenthaler, left, owner of the > "
five management up one and government five labor Tahitian Cole Congress Inn, and E. H. Maihoefer. Jr? head of the firm ilk higher" graJrs iii tinp" l'tnue '*. shack \,HI I ,'.11\11.11.! men irons ,i
lhe\ h.Ih'.11
NIHiol> cluing
members which had the the Ironi ihief inf.rwiii" I
carries considerable general contract for building complex iixludcJ MI all lluir Inca and expeit tlum\
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*>. Jrtnlfri S.My ScnrK weight Its recommenda upward" The
\ down immcdialelv .
StollanJafd men whuvc m to settle in inK
lions have led to federal equal I..hetorn. 'adeniiv ulmohpliorc
already lot"I in
7,100 pedestrian were killed and 244,200 injured by employment policies and other The Limb reefs'. arc "{tin 111t'.I,' wills down dud
Important programs in job train Lady's out on a ; "
do NurprmnifU ciiicklv
motor vehicle in 1962. log In the I hex Mined f." i.ill I\IIlIlth. the it |
past. rum ah ewes .'f the S..I..kI{ In iidililion to the m-niorpolit >'
The committee said employer \'..,.1 It'f tiers sac tnvolned to ihul", the iollegc of crime. huvt-
Everyone Read The NEWS It I'ay To Advertise should be encouraged to un DARBY Mont (AP)-Mr*. Jm Windward l Is :21 and |rett\.she where she. hul. rl it l,I'r'd.I In,inc.steidlnu. lour murder items at the time ero ban an iimai.il intake of uhiuit4HI

wWm dertake more Job training by lives In a tree. :the ,i,1| sh,' f.'iiii.l the und hud I.l keep ".*''int Jwav. ; ktudcnlN m two oilier caUIHifien \ ".

) :::;;I: R:." 1i ::.. t I least granting as them great a as Ux the write 7 per-off cent at She no Jane, she has taken to a treehouse along the Bltterroot cost of mill. t.' hli.li. she -t.ivi>done \ the. end ..,f. a r.wrse Itrilmh in UKratKtudien poluolnM thou-31aitd l>iiill.\oiing! an older ivilicenunin griHip' ,

they now for certain River south of because she's tired of crowded M city lift. uni f e in "
get capital Darby ? month.
, :i:1J Ow Best Wishes! business expenditures Investment.But designed I to spur Mrs. Woodard. a 5-foot-2. OS-pounder.: moved from Clover Cltv The t 1'11"1,111I1.,1 c' ,ilirornlinpraises 5.1\,"prepared\, In...) Merl'tie eni the 1 on hiisheil!their" their average vorlh ai'in"line, who ol 1 have hut .proved

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Mont.in.i. "'If I Mil tinCillfornli -
Calif., a Los Angeles suburb, polue{ ponlit IIIlh.1 {land.MUM leiitlurN. are eminent triim-
the committee Indicated, along with her 3-\ur.old i people si me ..f the I in ilxelf IN a break with ,ioii iiiht nulgei., barriNtiro,
:; tahitian COVECONGRESS an even higher Ux credit wouldbe
i kind thliics the ,people I ln'tv house 1"tJ.ot.l..hll"h..d tradition., hixtoruiiK, I on>MIMIIi-1 IN and c\-
i 'I justified because of the risk daughter Coquette, and Johnny, available In Darby a mile awav. { i .
11I".1"11III' '_ mvvhief in stub lul.U t as the II ghls1f !
Throughout "pens
Involved In training a man for a a 100-pound month old Grl'alDant' She gets drinking viler from ,done for me. tbelist' wIllliii'hawltese \ '
and the'
k INN ci III.t.ht. H .>( Hnl 'MII'- the i it i/on prcpir owe
t job and then losing him to a Her still live In public campground or from It.'
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competitor.The parent I lei tepanu polit, loft 'I,,1\ Ol |1',1,,' 1'\\el,s.
Clover City, where her father 1* homes of new fl'lnndv.. <

t.:; uUh. god ernment committee has made no said large the scale gov.: a meteorologist and her mother The tree house Isn't a penni-

!: contribution to on.the.job trainIng Hells real estate vent fixture but It will do until HEALTHTOPICS

#! since Congress passed "1 had driven through Montana she finishes building herself an

I' : g. attckca the CI Bill after World War n several years ago and liked the A-frame home.Eventually I
r. J i"g to train and educate war vet. -
erans. (country plus I enjoy hunting and she nays, ihc'll 1
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: : \ The committee's unanimous the people are friendly," she probahlv have to get a Jllb) but \

I'ih; If Profetilonal recommendation urge tax plans to finish her home first,
.I credits on the salary and other says.The treehouse Mrs. Wonrlard she' A tiro '' i, 1''. \If 16a1.w I .d M.I"r., ,
: Planning and Planting living was part sa\s a
: 1/1' 1 I I. ell. I II I aril end Ihr
r y'/1//.. \\ aisurei Satlkfactlon: costs,of training Instructors material bookkeepingcosts cost of ly nature's doing Too much rain. licensed pilot and tclU about .1 \I, 1..1. .\.u..

r ./ : 1k Is Economical Tool! time spent In class by appren "After all," she declares "I ('rU8t'nlllllrsohl flight In which WHAT TEMPERATURE

/i.'t, .. .." Our profeiitonU landscape tices during paid working hours could hardly entertain companyIn she accidentally landed ut an Air wsua, MEANS

i. )'f.,"" services ire "living and a certain percentage of the a three>fnot-hlgh camper." Force base Her ridlo had !Rime T"O\IIt'ralul'| (' ri'ixirl: in the
" 1'A-' { proof" that you can salary of foremen who work niorninit I lie lcmii-riitur| will
j( : have luxuriant lawn The nth' acres of land she dead and her fuel mipplvwas low. I .
I with trainees. range from {17 to !III! ill',frit n
: %i \ :\ 0 and gardens.LANDSCAPING. bought had a treehouse built for She was told later that ate with n high uqi'anon n'uhng.
':::S \0 < could have been shot. varying from !II" to IH( ). Where
. ft children of the former owners.Mrs. .
.e.- iI I fin these figure! prrvnil'? In
,, k / SODDING A, *FROM LI1TLEJI Woodard made It snug with Last summer, she and Coquette w the human Iwilv.

I J : SPRINKLER SYSTEMS an old wood. stove, tarps atjthe drove to Anchorage, Alaska II is |K.ml.irlv| U-lii-viil 1 the

I )'I. :i: },;. : SPARKS. windows, tar paper.!orj the. .roof" ).' normiil huniiin I INNlv'mllt'mhlr| | in JINNI of health the,
j ALAN W. VANCHURALandscape Laotian Troops
; tattle
herself
i and built a an) shniddIs'114t(II! ilcnT ral"'n.

I Architect f i 1GIANT; FOREST bench Find Yank Boots hid Granted: 1 Hint ibis nnv
:: lie Ihc nfhenllliv
i :; f MI 2648 MI 2-6327 No. Trail flF1RES Her dishwater comes from the tixi-riiKi' tcmiM-rnliiro{
GROW! hiimim I I"NIII'| it m
; ? : : '' river. Laundry facilities are Trifle Too Large not msrHKunlv the normal
h.: : ;7: .:\'mH| >raUirr for all imlividu

A ill*. There lire cl.nlv{ varmtnmii'
company of rl hl.wlnr troops
Itt |misty! ti'mprrnlure and K -nrr.illv ,
In this desolate Laotian
villagehas
Iie I they slioulil not excr-eil
found American aid atrlfl one /li'KMH'! .
too expansive.A v Ii Congratulations To supply of rubber-soled can. ropn-mnt the hulanie between
vas' combat boots arrived the heat priKliutiim and heal Insn.
other day as part of U.S. assistance Kent/ prt"liution comes about
to the little kingdom's ill two wny. '|'he Ixnlv conttntlv '
anti-Communist forces. Cy nriNliinn hint through
the iiimliiiHtion of 'llu, .
Only one man, the biggest In c< rnpenallv
relic 'Ion
in the mil*
the company found a pair lie .
whhh ere ever active even
E. H. MARHOEFER Jr. could use. The boots rangud In III h'n the I"MV| m at rent Heat
size from 10 to 12F. The aver RALPH DAVIS manager of the Tahitian Cove also{ ill nilileil, to the hiMly by

age Laotian soldier wears a 5 Congress Inn brings many years experience in rllliIII I..n. snub as from the
or 6. the hotel business to his new post. mm hot air, and from the intake
Upon Completion of the Beautiful New. of hot food nail drinks.I .
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/>K rif heat from the holy
chaRy( iirdirs through the>
km. The l IMNly ICIKPH bent hv
radiation hv iimtait with objects .
colder I than list.If. anti
alan hv l'val",81Ion[ through
all (irr-piration There ill some
heat loM through: the lungs by
i>vnKiratiun| nf moisture from
the air msmiii| and also when
warm our is breathed out and
cold air. breathed in
CERAMICTILE Fever or abnormally high
'Uidilv Ir'mllt'raluFI'| i. a frr
(7P burnt inuxtfur complaint
HMiially| in pirsuns with in.
fictions. It may incur in a
("intient who is reciiverinK from
an IIllI'rlllllln| ; or rhildhirth, or
in one aflliited with a chronic
disease Whenever it occurs
OCongress fever usually ii m a warning that
Homethinx m amiss

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Prison Emphasizes Montana BarberIs

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VACAVILLE. Cilil
club| but the Clhfl'rnllIedual Facility it about at i't kk 1 ""IS.'n'P', ( lhaihe

close at a prison can get and still remain a penal insti t an Dunham is ".,\TIe past 80" but Itt
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baiber But, he's cures the
Any of the 1,700 inmates at the state's sprawling / v sh I Iw oldest entrepreneur .....
psychiatric treatment center here while C'tIarh.I'rrtol.' I asked t
can; learn to he artists, musician question. .

*, linger, actor or in the Fofcom Prison ne...,....r. Seem Charlie an aged hot ,
polished ape alters. "Fro our viewpoint" it amaiingtv'sprv'jack' 'M all trades! e
For those not inclined toward reads, "being aisle to paint is put in days young biuks >. '>\vNut '
the arts there are baseball team, much like taking a uaitquiliter only is he thr only barber

a game breeding farm umpire it relax**. Painiimg releases a ,f in this tim ranch ,.->mmunitLav \ i-
"position at Little League game. man's inner tensions. and takes. ma hiis u ,-itUtk .'
school, a blood bank and
a hit mind off iMuiMtt end
more weighty problem )judge igenl
factory for making braille books. .such ai board appearances justice of the peace
Department of Correction parole, the free world and his. rase ,. r ard In his spar time he doe "a
official say other California family little tannin' lt>0 acres of
pr lions carry on some of these
"Being allowed to paint i is wheat
programs, but none are .o ex rehabilitation" it continue. Charlie 'isn't holding\ downhonorar
tenaive a* those at \'acaville.The "Anything, that will held I hi-, *' jobs he vetoes ther!
big differences at this adjust his thinking, his attitude "I.',' little time for lobs' that
institution set on 900 acres of and his general well-being, Ilk M 11"1r..\." t+
green, rolling foothills west of painting doe, deserves a blue Elsie.hi ifeand"the. w,man
Sacramento; are us fcupermlemlenl. vote III applause." I'". been It\In' with fie *4
Dr. William C. Keating: Vicaville's art program hagainedkuch -, 4 I lt Si.vs" holds down that end, r wv e
and its psychiatric orientation fame that a travel'ng 1I she's furnished lomniunitv musi,
The 41-year-old former head of exhibit has toured California, 30ears at dances, funerals and
California's Sonoma State Hospital and the University: Californ,a' .Jhnal.
believes most people fad Davis campus has held an exhibit Thick white hair and sparkling
tin life hrcause. "they don't know of the institution's. .work blue e\es decorate the crown if(
how to use their free time." this "... fool but aettlin "inDroll '
He says that failure at a Joh Forming, School plus Art worldly' comment spivfi
is much rarer than "failure lo Art, however i jo far from the his soft humorous monologue
develop a meaningful avoiatmn.thin biggest program at the prison "Guess .ter'body'5 gotta pull NE.
i is where people get Into A new experimental farm so much foolishness in life every f Telephoto
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moved recently from nearby generation savs the kids art : persons
\\I'. avucationH at which, most Naps, will hreed and rear upwards going to the dog but the dogs. banded together to save the tire of Dean Miene. 18.month-
of his program are aimed of 25.1100 pheasants and Ii are still waiting. ." old \\aukon, Iowa boy. Dean has survived a series of open. I
Keating: a tall, .Motky, energetic 1001)0) partridges annually with, a IJww .s: Charlie's JP court is busv heath operations to repair a hole In his heart At the start
man with an unruly shock. labor performed by minimum NEWEST GIFT SHOP Naples Is the "Drucf Shop* off the lobby of the he fined overloaded trucker he was even a 50 50 chance to li\e He Is one of the youngest -
Inn. the II t show n behind the counter.The children In I the world to have heart of this
of dark hair has been managing security inmates Core Confess Shope proprietor 1\)00 1 one winter ,",,"Ih. Out repair tjpe
Vacaville fur four years. For men who want to continue; shop will feature objects of art, boutique and camera supplies.Itoiiianlic with kids and townfolk he's .
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Crlm. and Psychic ProblemsThe with nearby Vallejo try t>> give 'em a talk in' to and
largest single group of Junior College offers elementary I> that does it. Vie don't hlll'IIY
inmates sonic I,KM), arc convicted and high school courses business rikanis "lee trouble here" BEST WISHESand

criminals whose crimes radio and television programs Awhile back, he had a tough
emotional and evening classes in
were kiimplimtcd by decision
problemsOr. Keating' words, philosophy. psychology and history To Life In Island liar A local parent was anested
cases where the crime IM just a for giving beer to a minor, "t aw
symptom two years ago, inmates built and bridges which connect thr South and Christmas
romantic dream of handwovcn {peeled bamboo, decorating With Iwo kids MUCH SUCCESS
"Ihe I symptom isn't the im furnished five little I I.eague and Polynesia the walls of the entire Scat structure to the mainland, comm', it didn't seem right.
life :
the -
P'irtant thing," he say. ".It'sIh. reguluuun-.siae baseball diamonds conies to at exotic within. A seven-foot Tiki stands guard Charlie's advice on living1'
structure
.... basic disease our jib INto for the city of \acaville Polynesian Island Bar at Oic section of the South Sou at the main outside entrance. "JUNt keep your mind and bodv
rehabilitate people. the rv' and the institution still furnishesthe the Cong ress Cove Inn. restaurant-bar contains an unusual The unusual structure Is built busy, And-mind your vitamin," to theTAHITIAN
The motif U Tahltlan
habituation, IN not done in u umpires thewa-
vacuum, ii'" done in relation. to The CMF Theater Workshop throughout: with "rhrlzzo, \t U'xojjroul bar with a spt-e- on pilings and Is directly the architectural over

the environment. to which the individual stages plays open to the public. tarular view of the sparkling!: tcr dream of Naples architect Dill COVE
must return." Past shows have included waters of tapl&1y.. Fishnets GLITTERING
\1I IIVlllc'" art program is ago "Twelve Angry Alen. "Stalag used exclusively In the! Zimmerman. Zimmerman also
I <>d example. Ihtcc 1 of the in- 17" and "The Came MutinyCourt South Pacific and In which hang: designed! the main buildings of DESCRIPTIONISN'T
hundreds of anther and Congress: Cove Inn a> well as
ktitulmn'x inmuteN who were Martial. tiny
former commircial artist" spend There' also a 30-man glee white lights hang: from the the convention Iherrliult hall Miami Interior TRUE Coq4ed d )/tit
their off-lime tuth inmate cluh; that performs in nearby ceiling: Terry
works at a regular "joh"' eight cities, a Gavel Cluh designed to The entire east aide of the decorator and aisNtant UNCOLN, Neb. (AP) -
hours u day painting.Theirofftime "provide! confidence: and leadership building facing the water has to famrd AID decorator Gates Visitors' to the Nebraska Statt-
activities caught from speech. and aelf 'ex' VtlERAHSXORNERHere a spectacular all-glus: front, Myers did the exotic drx-or house no longer will be told
the interest of other inmates, pression" and a blood donation affording guests: In both the for the Polynesian Island liar. about the doorknob maid Ih.ovemor' *

undof Keating.: ; program credited with saving are authoritative answers lounge area and the bar an unobstructed reception room. It was our pleasure to have been
Now three years later the institution many lives over the years."I by the Veterans Administration view cf the eastern For year tour guide have

exhibits several. hun didn't expect" to find anything to questions from former shore across Nark'S luy.Tikis See Bij Things been telling tourists the knob awarded the paving contract,
dred pa intingx to the puhlu. twice like this, commentedone servicemen and their fa which bear a strike ..Ahead For State's are 14-karat gold .
a yenr All are fitsatii, and None recent visitOr. "It's more mUles ing" resemblance B I IrtdUrTTB tuldI9 .nn"wlU RrteJf.. .JJ Mir.
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hundred dollars like, be back. in college .
bring several in Q -- Under what conditionscan tcin pole of Wfc ranjbtan Forest Industry NevMM 4naIMotadhensio '
Or, as Keating ""y",,"P"aon
each.The a peacetime veteran be Northwest are placed at advantageous Marathon Dredging Corp.
program's sum's* and need. not be un end, hut can around the GAINESVILLE: (AP) ThSx slop."It's not true," Newell de.
admitted to a VA hospital fora : points >tUllM* Mitt lit thing attend
Us spread ian be measureJ by sometimes m.'un a new begin dared\ The doorknob ere onlyhrsis I
nonservice-connecteddis bar and in the adjoining Inuige Dr. E. T. Sullivan, University
excerpts from .i ri, ;nt ililini.il. ning", with aome copper added. Airport Road MI 2-4323
ability? area. Tunis arc Polynesian: of Florida\ forestry economist,
Idols and the real laId the .tale' forest Industry- -
A -- Veterans who were discharged God arc eye-
or retired for disability stoppers In the way of decor. will climb 107( per cent or $300
Incurred or aggravatedin \Mandt-arvcd by RJI. Hcln- million In value over the next 10

line or are receiving com- miller, a widely known primitive years.
Dr. K. R. Swlnford, professorof
pensation or would be eligibleto art decorator andtCull'- forest management, discussed Our Congratulations. .
14' $ receive compensation except tor of Hollywood. Florida they trends In outdoor recreation and .
I v for receipt of retirement pay reach nearly from nl1ortocdl- .aid licensed hunter will reach ,
1 may be admitted for ailments Ing. Large poles of thick\ natural 286,000 during the next decants,
+ r not connected with their ser bamboo also add an authentic a 72 per cent Increase. To Naples Beautiful New. .
vice If beds are available South Scai 100K:h. Tables "Camping will take the really
In the are all big jump. Ten million camper
Q -- Is there an exceptionto Urge lounge!
1 the rule that VA outpatient fasliloin-d of fine teakwood per year will bo liking silvan
entrance the Polynesian age of Florida' natural terrain
treatment Is given only forser- to 1
by 1073-a 124r cent In.
vice-connected conditions Island Bar Is over three foot- "
crcam, he said
A -- Yes. Disabled veterans
who are receiving training under -
either the World War n or
the Korean Conflict Vocational the JohnsManville"customcolor" I
Rehabilitation Act and who need
A 0 0
outpatient medical treatmentfor
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M'x"NI non-service-connected disabilities -
7 t r. to prevent Interruption
of their t training, may be entitled -
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6B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, June 4, 1964 the North Naples Fire Control

District gave a report Restaurants Lounges Open Friday I
about the fire department and Great Changes NotedIn

said there was a need for some

.: volunteers from Naples Park. ,
z' park '
.JVap/cs
Most all the men are from 91n

/I"J around Pine Ridge. He also Care Of Mentally III

( reported the present firehouse

Is being enlarged to accom ORLANDO Substantial for their treatment, and In 17
IttnJM modate additional equip nent.
J3eacI changes have taken place In the states there are no facilities for
Most of the fires have been In
past 15 years In the care and the special care and treatmentof
:Naples Park and It Is gratify
treatment of the mentally ill, mentally 111 children.
Ml 2-3383 ing to see how promptly the
BY
BETTY HALLICY
according to the 1963 Annual "Only a handful of the na
calls are answered to this area,
Report of the National Association tion's public school systems
and the efficient han-
The regular montnly meeting property owners would be duly way they for Mental Health, released provide educational services
dle their In
of Naples Park Area Association notified and given time to clean equipment puttingout today by the Florida Association suited to the needs of emotion-
fires. It's to
was held last Thursday their lots before the County comforting for Mental Health. The ally handicapped children" the
know have this local fire
evening. May 28. would take over the job and we report Is dedicated to the mem" report states. "Yet mental Illness -
cautioned
He also
The meeting was called to they would be assessed. Also department. ory of President John F.Kennedy does not mean an Incapacity
the the x
order by the Vice President Vanderbilt Beach will be clear- people at meeting as a tribute to his personal to learn, and many child
about trash
Lawrence Faller at 8 p.m. ed In the same manner burning leadership In the fight psychiatrists believe that even

The Lord's Prayer was led I think this will be a Won- of Mrs.the Ralph Brydon,In charge of the against mental Illness and his the most seriously disturbed

by Betty Halllcy followed by derful boost to our area. Our circulating said library the national program for compre child can be educated In the

the pledge of allegiance to our hones Increase the value of association been successful libraryhas since hensive community mental public schools provided treat

flag led by Bill DeyErmand. their lots but their lots cover- quite health centers. ment services are available

The minutes of the previous ed with heavy growth decreasethe being set up last Fall.donatedto Many The care and treatment of elsewhere In the community
books have been
meeting were read by the secretary value of our homes so It good and for circus the mentally ill, the report and the school provides personnel -
It
Mrs. Elinore Sine,and Is only fair If the people who lation. Members are ready and friendsof ,} states, has moved from the to meet the special needsof

the treasurer's report was do not Intend to build right medieval Into the mainstream such children"
association have
the enjoyed
given by Leland Boyd treasurer. away should keep their lots of them. It v 4 ', of modern medicine. Treat At the end of 1963 the National
some
reading
clean against a hazard of fire, i ment Is king transferred from Association for Mental 4

Correspondence was read by mosquitoes and snakes. Some Is necessarYlowrlte name book "' 1 antiquated Isolated custodial Health had grown to 48 state
the card In each
on placed
Mrs. Sine all of It In refer- of the heavy growth on some for the when the bookIs j. Institutions to the community divisions 838 chapters and

ence to the clearing of the lots of the lots Is as high and thickas taken purpose from the Then GETTING A BRIEFING on the use of tha; register l at the Cove Res where the patient lives. It Is an enrollment of more than a ,j

In Naples Park. The gist of a jungle.: This otherwiseIs this card should library.be placed In taurant, part of the Tahitian Cove Congress Inn complex were these em- being made available In psychiatric million members and volunteers -

the let'eri were that nothing a beautiful area. the file. When the book Is returned ployees yesterday, unaware that their picture was being taken. clinics psychiatricunits according to Its annual

could be done until October the card should be pla (NEWS photo) of general hospllals.small report. During the year chapters
1964 when the new fiscal budget VOLUNTEERS NEEDED branch hospitals of state mental divisions and national -
book. Four ISine's
ced back In the
goes Into effect. Also, Edward Halllcy president of hospital systems new all-pur headquarters raised a total '
books have been taken out,
Marina entertained Mr. pose community mental health of million
approximately $6 '
------
where the persons taking them Sine's aunt and uncle Mr. and and the
centers private prac- through their fund-raising ef- :
failed write their nameson
out to
Mrs. Rudy Roehlk from Sanford -
tice of physicians. forts. The report shows that
the card. These books are, snook- darG
Fla., for five days
$1,331,897 was expended by the
The Seventeen Widows of San
fishing and golfing. wl aSe QUICK RECOVERIESNew national office during 1963 and ,
Soucl (by E. Charlotte Arms- that ,
Very sorry to report C. + j treatment methods according that 23 1/2 percent of this,
ARCHITECTURAL strong)) The Conquerors Wife Sanders of 105th Avenue passed
to tiv: r'port, have or $311,740 was In support of
(by Noel B. Gerson)! The Cor- away at Naples Community Hospital proved that the majority of men- research activities.

MILLWORKfor loll Affair, (by Mary Deasyi) May 31. lie had been tally sick people do not need The
describes
report two research -
The Devil's Laughter,(by Frank In the hospital seven weeks. lie long-term hospitalization but concernedwith

Yerby.) Those persons having leaves a daughter Sally and a son that can achieve quick programs
these books please notify Flo many causes, prevention diag-
the chairman of John.Memorial recovery through short stays In nosis and better treatment me-
rence Brydon services at
Day a hospital If given Intensive
thods of mental illnesses One
the the Committee. Those
new Library MernortalGardenswere
the bank Naples treatment or through outpa- Is that of the NAMH Research
contributing 10 birthday very reverent. The speech given e tient care at a clinic, or by Foundation which makes

tahitian COVECONGRESS were Mrs. Rudolph llegjl while and by MajorGeneral Bruce Eas- coming to a hospital duringthe from Its own funds. The grants otherIs

Mrs. Ralph S. Brydon ley was most enlightening and I day and going home at the schizophrenic research
Birthday
everyone" The sang member-of"Happy -the- everyone enjoyed the solos that night (day hospitals) or by program of the Supreme Coun-

INN month. Mrs.Lottie Woznlak. were sung. An odd coincidence, working during the day and cil 33rd Degree Scottosh Rite,
was
when the planes flew over and
Staying overnight In a hospitalwith Northern Masonic Jurisdiction -

ON THE EAST COAST dropped the flowers coming a early evening treatment U.S.A., the pioneer research -
and Hcgjl from the opposite direction when needed hospitals).
Mr. Mrs. Rudolph (night program In the mental
byNAPLES spent last week on the east were a number of large birds The NAMH reports that today health field now In Its 31st

coast, visiting friends Inllolly- flying In a perfect V forma the average patient enter- year. The NAMH cosponsorsand

wood and Boynton Beach and had tion and most everyone lookedup. iYtltta.. .. atP. Ing a mental hospital has a administers this program.The .

MILLWORKand most enjoyable time with mak- It was a lovely day. ,r 1tn I Ile'a' 70 to 85 per cent chance of annual report points out A

ing short trips to points of interest t leaving the hospital consider- that many promising research

OPERATIONJohn ably Improved or totally recovered Investigations In mental Illness,
FIXTURES CO. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sine of Y. Holllngsworth of Ii.ir within a few months. the nation's most pressing and
105th Avenue Naples Park,better -
,
To remain well, the report complex health problem were
known "Doc" left last
as 1 states, many discharged patients approved by the association's

NAPLES MILLWORK PAVINGfor Wednesday Friday he underwent for Miami an where opera-on IN--CHARGE of the restaurants and cocktail need help In making when a research committee but grants
satisfactory adjustment could not be made because of
for lounges at the Tahitian Cove Congress Inn is
tion cataract on one eye they return to the community. lack of funds.
and will have the other eye Carl Maas, for six years manager of the restaur- This may Involve finding place

and FIXTURES CO. tahitian COVEby operated on In five days. He ants at Lehigh Acres. Both restaurants and to live, social opportunity em-

Is at the Victoria Hospital Ninth lounges open Friday. ployment and continued medical 2 Die In Rock

Avenue and Fourth St re t,N.W., treatment. Medical followup -

959 FIRST AVE., S, Miami. Many of the everyday '" in community mental health

fishermen no doubt are won- Allies Celebrate centers, together with rehabilitation Cave-In DeepIn
MI 2-2354 NAPLES R. W. TAYLOR dering where "Doc" Is, as he D-Day services can help reduce

has lost a lot of days fishing the relapse by 65
1200 Frank Whitman Blvd percent
lately due to his wife's Illness according to the report. Coal Mine

MI 2-4632 and then her death. We hope Observance On SaturdayPARIS "Psychiatry has learned that SUNNYSIDE Utah (AP>-
when he returns home he will
separation and Isolation of the Two veteran miners died Wednesday *
be fine and the fish had bet- patient from his friends and in a rock cave-in deep Inside .
ter watch out. (AP) -Western Allies Speculation arose that Ma at.
relatives from his place of a central Utah coal mine.A .
Before the end of this column will celebrate Saturday the 20th tltude may be his way of point. worship from his normal con- third escaped unhurt, but

Our To. I must mention that last anniversary of the most formidable ing out that neither Britain nor tacts In the community actually four rescuers suffered minor in.
Congratulations -- the United States consideredhim
military landing in history
Thursday late afternoon, my serve to Intensify his Illness Juries In a second rockfaU as
chief of state until more
-under, a little cloud of hard a
husband Bill a they tried to remove the twovictim'
Halllcy caught feelings. than a month after the landing and to make chronic patientsout .
large snook off the sea wall The chief of state of the host Nor did they tell him the invasion of those who might be treat- bodies.
"I smacked
In our own back yard It Is country, the first to be liberatedby was imminent until two ed and discharged In a matter was" by some rock
and coal said Paul Pero
55,
the largest snook he has caught the troops who swarmedover days before it took place. of days In a community setting of Price, Utah, who survived the
since to live here In It is well-known that his treat. "
coming the Normandy beaches on according to the report. cave-in. "I heard Marzo say:
1959. The snook weighed in D.Day, 1944, will not attend. ment by Sir Winston Churchill The need for all-purpose 'Let's get the hell out of here.' "

at Bud Hoguc's Fish Camp at Nor will President Charles de and President Franklin D. mental health facilities at the Morris Marzo, 47, also of
21 1/8 44 Inches Gaulle send his premier Roosevelt has stuck in his craw
pounds long community level Is outlined In Price, and Leland Huntsman,
and 29 Inches In girth but this Georges Pompidou, althoughboth ever since. detail In the NAMH report. 49, of Castle Dale, Utah, were
In effect De Gaulle has never
,
plan participation In eel
Is getting to be old hat, for Identified by company officials
brations of the south coast land attended a D-Day anniversary
last Monday morning Harlon SPECIAL CHORE as victims.
times he salutedthe
three
Ings by French troops Aug. 15 although
0 0O Reno hooked onto one 22 poundsIn Pero said he and the other
Childhood is
and the liberation Aug 25 of French Tricolor in ceremonies mental Illness two miners had their
the lagoon behind the Kings Paris. near the spot where he given special attention In the just begun
shift when the cave-In hit. "I
f Crown InnlAnyone French officials point out that personally came ashore on D. report which points out that started crawling away" he said.

who may have some no other heads of state will at. Day plus eight Those celebrations more than half a million child- "I looked back. 1 couldn't see

news Items just call or stop tend the Normandy observe were In 1 W5.U4hnd 1952. ren In the United States suffer anything, but dust and debris

byi I would surely appreciate ances, but many Frenchmen Churchill has not attended a from serious forms of mental 1 just kept crawling away."

It. express belief that De Gaulle D.Day observance French offl. disorders and only about 10, Rescuers worked six hours-

should make a more generous coals point out, and the highest 000 of these are receiving care much of the time by hand-re*

CALL TilE NEWS FOR effort to express true French ranking American Gen. Dwight to do D.the Elsen.hon. and treatment. Of those receiving moving rocks and debris that
RUBBER STAMPS gratitude. ors was fell on the bodies in the l.SOWoot
hower, while commander of Al. treatment about 4.000
lied forces in Europe. children between 6 and 15 are deep mine shaft

In state mental hospitals often -
Even the White House hit hada
In wards with adult
psycho-
When the
France's President Charles de crabgrass problem.
Gaulle and the Bishop of Seo de tics. The NAMH reports that wiry put crept onto the south
Inn In the entire United States there lawn, the late President Kennedyleft
Congress Urge), Spain, are the personalprotectors
POREXROOF of Andorra. This tiny are only 167 facilities for care hit desk to walk about with

republic in the Pyrenees has enjoyed and treatment of children with the head gardener.He exclaimed
undisturbed sovereignty mental Illness. In 26 states "Thia ia a terrible mess of a, ,
DECKINGON lawn. Can't we do better?"
MX* 1278. there are no public facilities_


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Parties ii sting Rockefeller, who st\ 1<>4himself Martial Law Thursday June 4, 1984 fOLLIEK 'Ul N'n j\ttJ 78

a moderate and the Art.

"in senator an extremist. Omaha, <'loiKlHO 57

Shuffle Power Goldwater won by 59,433 on Ordered To End WEATHER hlladPlphla, cloudy 75 48 .01

the busts of unofficial returns Ingh Low Pro Phoenix cloudy 97 60

from all but two of the 32,861 Ilbn",6ni11\ 70"5 ,21Ihuqll..ltlll. Pittsburgh cloud) 07 44 .11

In CaliforniaSAN precincts He carried only 14 of Korean Rioting l .'. II.. ii I' Ki:; ,,311,1111 Vtlnd, M.., cloudy 01 52 .10

58 counties -but nine that wentto ,\ I, i,1 l,nowt, 79 rl6BI.nl.ll'C'k.d"11I rtlnd.Or, rain 73 58 .06
FRANCIS / \P)-,\ re. him were In the Me popnl\ .. South kl.c \ I 79 41Roise Rapid City cloud 79 57
Si j \1l'L. I.tPSnnlenl
shuffle In the power structure oflalifurnla's tlon art of Southern California.: Richmond, dear 77 45
slatted! iniI ixrinnuMilii 1',11" 110 62: 1'BosI1s1
volatile politics The Associated Press totals 01. Login, cloudy 75 57
171 iiMrattmif>i III Inn' Kurt arI ., o h'.u 67 "I
shapes up In the aftermath ulTuesday' Goldwater 1,091,291; Rockefel. Salt U. City dear 78 48
Ruffalo.I'le.lr :III U .10
I vn"dil cities tod iiiid Ares.rhnl '
primary election. ler 1031856. San DMfo cloud 68 58
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Sen. Barr Coldwatet Goldwater made his most ef
vlt. San Fran., cloud 60 56
allureallci CII""IIIIIII. d..u.1I 72 44CI
I' IttlttNl lilt
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tory over Gov. Nelson: A Rocke. fertlve showing In Los Angeles umk-r lII.1rtt.lll.lv.. ,,veland d\llld 03 H .l2Dewver SeahU. ram 74 58 .09
teller close as it was, put con. County, where he outpolled rte.n' jj..O.1r.! '$.rmpa, den 89 72
M 1. 'itMhan 0,000 stiuli'w-oxci.
tervatlve Republicans in poM. to offset the governor's' North. Washington| rlt ,u' SO 52 ,02Winnipeg
I'<,lite lines in .i tiMlmtiiimii Dee )1..111.. m'olllh j'7 :iiDIotI''H. :
lion to complete their takeoverof ern California strength A mar. (loir, Gl 40
i M In I\Vo'\II )II. ISO: miles mhwsi 67 4a .14t'ahyaaok'cueu
the state GOP. gin of nearly 50,000 In ,
Orange
(M-MlnMnt : T-Ti meal;
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ill II oi St'oul PoUie" tried I to i
Gov. Edmund G, Brown and County also contributed Import.
11 anti .'1"1111G 66Itek'na
Furl
itci the Ktuilmii with tearI -- -- -
Democratic elements who antly.
I I', bill tl*>\ Kquittml, In IriwttI m liwstt 74 43Hanm4uhl
backed State Controller Alan Early moves are expected bj'
'I I III* prOVlllltlt t'rlllllt'tit'lIlldlll' clmsln 1\2 69leoMul.qull
Cranston in the U.S. Senate Goldwater supporters to solidity .
race I '. ,UN] din-mint for' Pali.'Kiiuntllon .. I lr II 73 :ahl"ut'"I'IIl. fPtfILUFF
faced a challenge by the sue. what they can cite as an flee .,
L amid! the lilting <4 i h'lI' 90 63Juneau
cessful forces behind the Inner tlon mandate for the conserva. 4
111.11 till I law In !**MU II.| rlII"II tJi: H .12
of the Democratic:! tlve cause. a
nomination \I.IIIIIk'nlll iml iHiliiemenMMI Kau..Is t 11\ Ihnhl.., 79 65Lu'
There's little doubt that the
Pierre Salinger.The sew" \ ittxtrttHl Uijurml .Ingeh',''. 1\\1\ i3 !36L&wdattlle GMC INC.
post election motto In Republican State Central Com.
less. 'It.l."ftt il<>m<>tiH i'.Hum* m le II 7 i 46
both parties was "united front." mittee only major party organ. ; Trucks Parts
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:, l for it how. l/atlon still mil controlled by the ,
Prospects achieving .. ,., -Service
,, Molt' thin.000 high IIU"I'III"h" S3 7S 7:; IrMIIu,1uMr' -
were uncertain. Goldwater camp will name a "
ever ,
--- sdiool awl collcfinMtidtMits,, I It- II G9 4111pl..I.P. : TEMPORARY
Goldwater upset not onl the Goldwater barker as Male chair. Dock,
) looking northward from City
OF MAIN IIOTEL structure were uuohod .. m h1'' 7:1: U
California's middle. man Aug. 1, lie Is Dr. Ga lord LOCATION
pollsters showing boat slips in which Core Conuiess Inn guests mar tie their craft \\\t-\\\ t lump it'liiloMOMiontfkt'l't :\\l 1', Ir Ill' ,Loud\ 4 (6'Nen
of-the road voting pattern In de. Parkinson of La Julia, now vice ,.
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Swtil quiet t'litoMlue mil., ; V I II '1. 11.1 1.1' .r'; 421 Ninth St., N.
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chairman.In To Giles M>ers, UD, of tlal law pro laiiiii'il 1P...'k In 11ltll. I I I
addition, under state law, Miami, and his assistant .
I Terri the ripltil after 30,000 .11,1"111
Teacher Offers the 86.member Goldwater dele New Inn Brings Naples Th'rrl.mlt, go the honors tot the and adults ilottxlodiioMlij.. .
gallon to the Republican Nation
ntottt and
outstanding Polynesian Mete thtin (C00tollii j | > and di'iii.
al Convention will select C allfor.nla' .
To Pay Traffic exotic furnishing onMi..Horn WIMP Injiuiil' 1 nd 91 HARTLEY'Slaj
two GOP national commit.
authentic Chinese
Fines For Fee teemen for the next four )'ears.They'll Beauty Of South Seas screen\ large with boni'.:aiid.l>lark teik.wntk \ Perish.\ \\an>'i'f wm'rRi'iu at rfoltHLltii C ti replace Joseph MartinJr.
dominates the main
LONG BEACH N.Y. (AP-A ., of San Francisco, who tilin ill e p t I nit( tod.13 ,i CMnrl"
, college teacher is offering-for ported Rockefeller and Patricia sup. lobby which leads: to a tropical t>pokoMiun said in.u'tlal I Ioiud 1. \. .
with kidney shaped swim. 1 lit' extended to the( ut
patio \
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fee-to to rourt and
pay .
a $3 go Hltt of
Orange, who was neutralin BY VICTORINE MURPHY pill of decoration pvenwhereThe
for violators un ming pool.Ethopian. of the riHiiiln Ifhe (k'liuin-tr.i.1 I
fines
I I'' traffic the presidential primary.On Tahiti with all the splendor and Polynesian Island Bar, an ; .
i willing to take the time to do the Democratic side, party beauty of the South Seas has authentic South Seas structure lions (iintlimotl.PuMmvpuM nicks inovixttump

it themselves.Guy chiefs acted quickly to mend the come to Naples I built on pilings over Naples Bay EnvoyTo
Into HIP" '. .il diirli
Corrlero, 28, an art In.srf.uI.tor i ipll
fences knocked down in the Rarely has such an explosion and accessible by small foot $$
at the Long Island Ag blistering Senate contest be. of color, exotic Polynesian decor bridges not only holds a thou. Sweden Shot HIP night Tioopuwlth flsodluj.OIK

rlcultural and Teihnlcal Institute tween Salinger and Cranston. and the wonderful airiness In sand surprises but Is straight out STOCKHOLM, Sweden lAP- Con.'Is p1lwllt'd Mill Kl-slilk m.IJIII',IoII''ht chief l ,...Ci1.1lr yj&ji;

says he has plated\ about Pledging to support Salinger living with sky and sea, been of a South Pacific plantation. The Ethiopian ambassador to of South; Koioa's' 6OOOOiLt11an
3,500 cards advertising his servo Guy Brown said Wednesday compressed so vividly on a few Color also sets the pace Sweden was shot and seriously .
took 'un.nianil
ppiMwil
Ices on automobile windshieldsin "We expect to united the Inn Itself and the I 111'111) ,
present a acres as at the Tahiti Cove Con. throughout wounded I today by his Polish
mill.
Nassau County in the (past front In November from the top greks Inn complex. hot Tahlilan hues of Gauguin chauffeur the Stotliholm Criminal decrem'of I he. city under the i
month. to the bottom of the ticket." absinthe cobalt blues and tars
Color 1* the spice and pop greens, Police reported The outImist In 6..1. Uedms.ilaj .
shocking pinks are found In motel The police" said Ambassador
was by fir I lie must "M'rtnuxehlallelige
rooms, penthouses the magnlfl Abate Aged was hit by three
: !\ dent lobby and restaurants. bullpts. The shooting to Pirk'x icfflnipAl
.., : ? revolver first, HIP Muilents leininil.pd .
""i"' Perhaps nowhere on lorlda's occurred on the embassy
-llatlon of talks with Ko
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West Coast Is a contemporary .
., grounds.A rea's ancient J. .m,
pnenu ip
." .' >".\11' version of Tahitian living tat Us police spokesman said the
; aimed at lostoilng dlpliuiullrand
$) most luxurious better
) exempli chauffeur whose name was
I commercial rililloiiK. Hut
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; : $e. % fled than at Naples newest and withheld, had received ord..ufrom ..
: In tin past month HIP protm'alahave :
most unusual Inn. the ambassador which lie
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broadened to conipl
:1'\ ""' Living room and bedroom walls refused to obey During the ar. .
police! rule, diet.itot'ship, of
.. r, --i' throughout the inn itself aredoneIn gument the Pole suddenly drew r't'Quick
andunpinplnvmpii
Inflitlon
final corruption,
,,. ,r.; "putty" white with Just a his revolver and fired l three !,

t .. tinge of green giving guests the shots, the spokesman said .
""' feeling of true Tahitian living ona Agede, 41, was stationed litEthiopia" 11RENEW

r* F South Seas beach. Each room embassy In Washing. YOURDRIVER'S

has a private balcony separatedby ton and was a member of his
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louvered screens which lookout country's U.N. delegation before '
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Tips OnBoating Naples ..;., .' ,.. "' 'I\IJI LBJ-Barry CampaignSAN fists Southeast Asia to the Commu. I
Flotilla ", I "We are following the same
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: USCGAMotor --- -- .' FRANCISCO .*P) If Johnson (an be beaten In 1964 followed In the 1930.," he laid 1
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r I : "V Barn Goldwater against fire on him and not on each making a book on Goldwater's
boats are driven By locating the rudder behind I \ :". President Johnson the Novem. other." utterances for several years.
1 through the water by the actionof the propeller In this discharge : ',,;, t( :LMJ i'' of ,,, ... her election campaign will have All signs Indicate that John. Any quotations they might havemissed

their propellers which act current agreater steerIng ,1 .... ,' .: few dull moments. son would welcome Goldwater probably were dug up
almost like a pump drawing effect Is possible where It '-- '_I. : -, __,J;_" There Is some difference of as his opponent. The President by Rockefeller's researchersand
in a stream of water from for- Is acted upon by Water opinion over whether Gold. an experienced performer on the Injected into the governor's
ward when going ahead and ing naturally the mov water's defeat of Gov. Nelson A. stump might even be temptedInto attack on the senator.
past hull. In Tuesday' Call. television
Rockefeller a debate with
Democratic speakers have
throwing It out This There Is
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current- rornla prlmar carried the senator Goldwater, who has been accused only to quote Rockefeller's assertion .
stream moving astern reacts a body of water carried along L over his last big hurdle to. by critics In his own party
on the water around It to pro by the boat as she moves ....._ ''Z; 'WI--:;; ward the Republican preslden. of firing carelessly from the hip an end to that foreign Goldwater's aid, his call opposition for
vide the power for propulsion.Most through the water due to friction NEW HOME of Naples Flotilla of Coast Guard Auxiliary in northeast sec- list nomination.But In some statements on major to arms control measures
of the water comes Into on her hull. This has tion of new Cote Congress Inn complex. If Goldwater Is nominated Issues. and Ms proposal to quit the
the propeller generally parallel maximum effect near the surface at the mid.Julj' convention here, Because of the limitations on United Nations It Red China
to the propeller shaft. The Is practically of no con report and decided, "This I have the fireworks probably will start what a president can say pub. were admitted add up to a
propeller ejects It, and as It sequence at the keel. Finds Girl, 4, to see." Peloro Quads exploding even before the Au. llcly, Johnson has not indicated 'blueprint for defeat and dl.as.
does Imparts a twist or spirit Charles Chapman Inhls"Pi Arriving on the scene, the two gust Democratic convention if he will debate his opponent on ter."
motion to the water, its direc- Driving Car InEvansville officers watched as the blondetot Die SuddenlyNEW goes through the formality of TV. But Johnson has shown a
loting
Seamanship and Small Then there was the matter of
tion of rotation boat about three feet tall completed YORK (AP-The Pe. nominating the President. yen for the kind of crowd hopping *
dependent on Handling has more to Ind. civil rights, where Johnson is
the a turn at an Intersectionand loro quadruplets born prema. Goldwater, the conservative and individual handshaking
propeller being right or impart on the subject of pro \NSV1LLF:, Lid.P( ) stopped In front of a house. turely on Tuesday, are dead. would strive to offer ". choice, that Goldwater gives every sign committed to all-out support of
left-hand. This flow of Water pellers and the handling of small Patrolman Charles Henderson "She did a good Job," Scales The boy died shortly I before not an echo," to Johnson's pro. of detesting. However, if Gold. the bill before the Senate and
set up by the propeller Is boats whether they be Inboard thought the police dispatcher said. I've never seen anythinglike noon, Wednesday, the three flOssed liberalism. water Is the Republican nominee of Goldwater Its I II' opposed. to some
called screw current. or outboard The Naples I'lotllla was pulling his II'If'ednesda)' It before." girls late Wednesday night withIn The senator described himselfto he probably would have to provisions.Depending
That part of water ejected \ of the IJ.! $. Coast Guard night when told to Investigate a The child was accompanied by 40 minutes. California audiences as "the campaign on the supermarket on what the GOP
from the propeller Is the discharge Auxiliary recommends this fire 4.l'arMJld girl driving a station her father and several other per Authorities at Long Island only Republican who has the circuit. platform has to say on the Issue,
current. This Is not book as "must" In the libraryof wagon on the near Last t Side. sons. All were laughing. The Jewish Hospital Queens, said ghost of a chance of beating In his California campaign, a Goldwater-Johnson contest
only spiral In motion but Is every boating enthusiast. Henderson replied, "Ire father told Scales his daughter the boy and one of the girls had L>'ndon Johnson" the senator laid out the pattern could have wide repercussions
also a more compact stream sure the is 4," and the dispatch.you drives all the time on the rarm.Thl' respiratory troubles and the other lie called the California prl of the attack he could be expected in the South. There the Demo-
than the suction current and ex er answered ">es" officers didn't take any two "died quite suddenly." mary outcome "a victory for the to make on Johnson In a cratlc president probably would
Largest body of fresh water names or issue a summons, but No cause was given. great majority of Republicansacross general election contest. get a run for his money from a I
erts a greater pressure than in the world Is Lake Superior, Mores Scales, Evansville Ju. Scales warned the father to tim The quads were born to Mrs. the country who share Among other things, Gold. senator long the favorite of
the suction current. one of the Great Lakes venlle officer, heard the same it the' girl's driving to the farm Salvatore Peloro, 30. my belief that Lyndon Balnes water said the administration's Southern Republicans.


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