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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 5, 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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Weather Cloudy with Outlook occasional rain HlstbR'f1' a,III.High p.m. s.m Low P1"Ik -

through Saturday. Low tonight G June S :20 815D ltS 2:4SiS7

middle 70s. High Saturday lower Nt\U June. tlS7: liSt) 3.31
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1'I ii 80s. Variable mostly southeast and $bt Ollt r June 7 131 IDiSft 221121

south wind 10 to IS knots through June 8 10 :It 11:49: 4.08 SOT:

a Saturday, locally hither In tome oun 7 June N' 11:10 .-;- II60 3:52

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showers Small craft warnings displayed Ad S
Fort Myera southward and

mall craft elsewhere should not AAd ;site
YEAR.NUMBER 222 xv
venture far from port. FRIDAY JUNE 5. 1964 10 PAGES 10 CENTS 40th

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Rain, Rain Go Away-'Someivhere, Anywhere!





Colorful Shrine Parade In Naples To. iFow






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Shrine Nobility are (lot'king to

Naples by car, by bus and by H y N Around
air The vanguard checked In A
local hotels Thursday. More 91

came in this morning with the t5 T tF" ? t"l i
<1-5H ,D Ssfl

majority noon. registering this after Mills A 1Ffcrrf i r; t!: Jf

Highlight of the first All.Slate c The

Shrine Ceremonial as far as O c t : '1 r I
the general public Is i'on<'erned Is m Dy By THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS!

the colorful tirade slated tu Ret t
under way at It30 o'clock Sutur. A lOPCMUGlN, IVnm.uk
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day afternoon.The i API-Danish teen arors an'
ROUTE OF SHRINE ;
parade( will form In the J Just tike those In Britain am
varant area Just north of the i i.b1 the United States The tro I.'

Naples Junior High &:Sihool move PARADE Storti when the Beatles hit town.

west on Second Avenue, South, to 1 The moiiop| performers (rom

1 Third Street It will prceod Ic 1:30: P. M. Saturday Fin' land put on a show 11Colenhagen
Tlmr'sda! am<1
'ordlnR !
south on Third StrwI, a< of h"'.
to Attorney Ben Parks, parade" t touched oft one of the most hys. +

marshal, to Fifth Avenue, South, Afternoon, "1 QZ kill al dcmoiiMratlons\ ever wit a ,rl
then east on I"Iftli Avellul'ulh, ofMAPI noosed In the Danish I al'ltll.Shrlklllt .
START INDICATED BY ic DISBAND AT (8))
tried to Morn
" through the business sect Kin to tills
Eighth Street, then north mi 5 the stage as the Beatles w.'nl ii
Llghth Street to the KdllM,1! Ie JUt. E' i G H T /-+ s-r Into their art Ushers: hail ti)

ball field 1 where It will dish..n'l.' PosT drag the girls bark to thelseils.
LI ,
(See map./ ) JTSLwoufi Co. IC .
Hulled us one hl the most'olor. Police brought dogs to subdui

ful |rides ever to lie held In .' 7 1I _".:It..oI'.:. .. Ij.>Cl C\, (.. screamers: who milled abou
<11>' i';' [f r .... 9tr'ir outside the concert hall.Mouthful .
.
southwest Florida, It will tea "'"""T" ""'" .,.... '1.r
lure uniformed horse! patrol enthusiasm was nnt

units, with Rally caparisoned, lessoned by the absence of all .
horses from at le.ist thru" ol the Inn drummer Rlngo Starr -. -- -

1oIIIIdl".lIlIg' | teinpli'H" Mi,mil, _....' .t .Starr, 23: Is, being treated for GREETINGS! First to arrive at the beach Club Hotel, headqunr-

Tamp.i. mil Orl,inii'j.: ,.-- ..' tonsllitts and lanngltls A sub ters for the weekend Shrine Ceremonial, were 1 to r : First Ceremonial .
.
-- ,. ;;::...., stltute drummer accompanlei. Ceremonial
and Second
Hicks( with hm mfe India,
KtS' IOVI: IT '. f> .. the Beatles.' Master Bobby I

Children exlu't'tally love the .c. .. '';:.. .... "' ...... -. Master Bill Uerkhan with his wife, Nancy, nil from Tampa. Most of
midget units of whlc'li two h.ive '" .> : MANILA (AP) Indoneslai some 3,000 persons expected for the Shrine Ceremonial were due to

(e'en iiomlsed" one from St. Presldi'iit Sukarno arrived In arrive this afternoon. (McGiath photo)

Pl'tI'rKhllllt and one Ironi Miami. Manila today! for a three dIY;
Also there are motor scooter visit before going to Tokyo toi
units, while the motorc yi unit conference with Ma
a projectud
Riots
I nun Miiml H! situ 1 tll IN' one of layslan Prime Minister Tunki Could Win If Election Korean

the best lii the country A truck Abdul Rahman and Philippine
'les for the Cis'oa:
ln.Kl. of miitoii yi President Dlosilado! Mrapagal.Suk.1rllo .

Dutch pitiol Slulno arrival Clult'N Thursday n\Olorl'ydl'' alternnoii. expelled to and try to Macapagal iron out dif an. Were Now Holley Says Force Police

>+ ,ur ferenres with Malaysia whirl ,
Several orient' lunds, always tM have left the profiosed summl
one of the most colorful tea parley In douU, TALUIIAfiSEE (AP-A coyixmg ( election were held tomorrow I'd Head To Quit
turcH of a Hirlno parade, have politician, Charles R. Hiley win. So I fed that the problem

tarn pieimlsed' 1 almii with drum TOKYO (AP)-Hed China re the Republican nnnilnm for Is to maintain the votes I have
and bugle corps from Oilandcv Milted today! that another grout governor, nays I If the vote were: how"' t[ SrOUl., Korea! (AP) '- Kim

Trim in in'hlng patrols will give .. (uf Chinese technicians\ have l IMt taken now he Would be tllpcled Holley, t longtime\ adlnlreriiiSemi. Jfhoi.l; 'pll a rhk-f target of the
---- ---- "
---- chief executive over Mayor nay. Barry G4d'ealeq laid; thai .
It a martial ail. Thcj ate ex. UK molanltliC tltUl1t'I,1, I8t4lNoU.
petted 'rroiiiMt, ,ksimvItlc',, THE BIG TOP IS UP Located on the Junior High School athletic field, tot Mongolia.il departures for home to,3,500.bringing! At om! don burns of Jacksonville, Ihe 1f the Arizona iwnalor Is he( RICo ''lions In South Korea, resignetmliy

Ol'l.indci and T imp:t. this circus tent will be the scene of the fish fry at 6 o'clock tonight, a limit alxiut 12,000 were In Mon Democratic nominee. publican presidential candid.ile,. as chalrmin; of President
Allot!- of dignity will lx (ur.III.h'd "Moslem Feast" tomorrow and the second section of the Shrine Ceremonial Itolla l The 40.yeaM attorney, I na- his own campaign will l he givena Chung Ik'* Parks nil Ing! (1I'mo.I'rath' .
Old 4 UetonveitlMeH live of Jiiksonvllle but a rot further big boon!,
: with 1" white > (NEWS photo) the New Chin Kepiibllcan party
afternoon. The report by
liearliiff dlRnit,il'It's Saturday dent of fit, Petersburg will hold "Gold wOller Is saying that hei
.. News Agency! gave no Indira Saturday with tin main stream IIr| Park aiceiitfcl. Kim'. reilgna
ir .Ilio Shrine:: liu .liHlintr. tin' IN') strategy meetings ri'prewnts
-
.n lion ton k'|allure was the resuit lion III an effort to quid\ the
tltI' O. Car campaign workers at Winter republican thinking, and I am
pity Impel Id Potei'l! : Wallace Plans Weak Tropical
Stock Market of a worsening of Chinese the "main: welling public discontent He
lte Uro k ol Lite, Pa, Park. sure he represents.
He Mongolian relations his overall '. uf all / In Florida hold rejected a resignation from
Of ri'iiiM', no pal'IIIo': Is com Vote Drive In Depression May Out he- said plalready dream thinking
tVivlet Pm
plc-U' without clown, MI Iheipwill Mongolia supports 'U Inane And It will I bll ," Holley said. K'w'! over the weekend
Rallies From
UlowiiH gilore along: with 8 Dixie States Storm By Tonight inter Khrushchev's and peaceful co to try to hold on to the 0tr >ntfhi "Ills nomination would hop Kim, 37, WM Park i rlglithand
1-xlslenrn
Jotters, UMpiiiR.. U':merit and a (policy 0PI1naeiPeking's has now, rather than try I I to me," Holley concludi. nan, former he id! of the secret
vnlit uf lUll tars. to .say n... IUL.TIMOKF, Mil. (AP) A Steep Decline MIAMI' (AP) A reronnals policy of violent revo build lure Volley made little fuss during f'olu'(> mid a key plotter In the

thing of' a "couRliliiB i.llllt'l"fI"K" television st,it Kin has quoted an lance plane and other oh. lutlon. "1 know this sounds fI<'l'ullar, the thunder erf Its DemoiralH lOG I military coup that brought
Oil.iiido.Il anli> to Al,lit,mi,i Gov. Genre servers' today .talked' the season but 1 am convinced that If the primaries which resulted/ In Park Into |power,
Is 1'"IIIII.lltod that tho /p.u'aile C. \\iliaie as 11,1) IIiK tlu R>..veinor NEW YORK (AP)-The stmk s first tropical di" pression0lit STOCKHOLM. Sweilen (APFthloplan )- hums' U'lng Mtluitod. Hut he
will t.ike appioxlni,itely 4'i nilmut will lampaiRii for III.lr.'lIhh'III' .' inuket rallied/ sharply/ early northward trek over southeastern : AmLassador Abate put togethar a campaign that Park also' ordered all Colleges :

,>8 to |i,I.SK .. &given |Hlnt In the / ) In .it leist flRlitSmtliei this afternoon from Its steep eke waters of the Gulf or tgmle, who was shot twice by County Winds Up gave him a first primary win and universities In the country
line of in.nili.ILSII 'n M.ites. line of the previous! gc-sslon Mexico its chauffeur Thursday, was re Sale over two GOP iiipcNH'iits. lie "i limed until July 4, a da) before .
StiltonVJ/ stld TliuiNila) Trading was active. The U.S. Weither Bureau at lorted out of danger todiy. Certificate crlscrosNed the state about( as the start or.the two.month

; I'BY-BUITIT i: nlBlit tint Hill/ Jones, Wallace's niui- i hips/ were picked up on Miami aald In an II a.m. hul Agedc40, underwent ,'Ilththours Nets $17,956.21County much as the Democrats.To >ummi>r vacation F.lilltlve I
III'I'I\K aide, told a lemitiT| the a broad front by traders and "-tIn that the dlslurbance-ts. of surgery for wounds! In win, Holley obvloutily will schools with a total I enrollment \
The winkiinC. rl'"lIvltll'II111 piivi'inor will/ inn In Arkmsas, low tropical storm strength shoulder lot of vtes.tr0m of are .U8 'ltld. Leading Vuniversities
Investors who figured thi-y were he and abdomen Tax Collector A.P. Ay) have to gut a : 123,000
get under w.i' >' with a C p.m. fish llolldi GtHiiKli Lxiutsluia, cheap at present' relittvcl low was likely' to continue movlnf Police held the chauffeur, Po. en held the last tax I'.rtirlralelalII person registered\ as hernia had been the breedIng -

fry tiinlsht\ In Ih'tu g Clrl'IIK"1I1. klt.lslsslpp51,111! '' hi Carolina, prlies, northward at 12 miles pc-r haul ish\ born Vincent Krupuk, tl, on lax clellncment land Ihlll crnts. There am only 400,00(1( ground for the riotous dem
which IUK iK'en Ki't up In t lie foot and, .Vliliimi.Joni'M without much change In size 01 allel
.
week
Texis courthouse this
on SUM pi Ion of attempted mm morning at the ri'gthtered Republicans./ / Mint[ rat Ions which
ball fluid i School file tin' nobles, mil J buf. impalgn In North Cirolliu.mil li Jls' utllitli'S, oils, offlcc>equipments Assessment of the rain loid.'n alw cornplliatlons because the Ix'pn Sold fi't and "-tle hhuwfm'their 1.nitonat Miilmil III addition to the and ili'itionlc's v e i I' storm wa. based on reimrt Orlando area,
ihiMitliig during an argument $17,916.21.Tlio nlr'ngththe .
Ilio Naples' teach Club Hotelat the I from Air Force plane, which As a leader In recent negotUtloiix
right! other Ht,ite among gainers. an (Mcurred Inside the embassy ,, sale whlih started Mund.i! IIroward and Palm Peach count.
normal relationswith
tlllll hl. from huller to restore
C:30oMork flew Into the area
khlch technically Is foreign May 25, was recesund a funds! lea and Plni'llas and Saraiuiticounties.
The HiM. ", '('111011 of lilt' a'I'I'l'o Air Force Basc, Savannah 0.?,. before completion.Thu Japan/ Kore,,'!) old enemy,
errltory.. of limp .
nll"lt.1111I l I.e nt 9 o'clock tu and on word from ships at sea Interest rate al also counts on strong Kim was a particular object of
average Holley\ !
High ScliimlAuditorium ,,1..1101111.TI. ntuilc.nl/ wrath The current
In Senior
tlio
ingot and other retorting, 'ha.
of the
which certificates were pure" In the conirul part
Trulsp'rt.11"hlu'. .. puvihwt An antl.'astro support! wave uf Btudent, unrest began
tropical di'pression MIAMI Ida (AP>-
rllnl Tul.
ed wan about coven per| ,, Stale and In the part: from
IWIH-II the xchools ;mil the h..t..11IIII i'i were estimated at 35 m.p( group says government ArK Kaid. The range wan fro I lahasnti' WVN! where publican last March to protest the talks'
U'lne pinvlded b>' 1"111fI'lD' h. at 11 a.m. when it was ap nvpKtlgutors coerced a member rent dov, with Japan
the top cif I 12 |*-r on I KlMratlon Is! low,
the vJilouti templeslocrthei. with proxmiateli 380 miles west ol of' their organization to deny hat ,
/ to zero The' 'Urgent, "urcJldlle"rvahltd He said ho was weakest In the A xpokesnun said; Park expn
Sheriff E..lDinigIIulldr'sbl5) Miami and centeied near 24 ileerees nade a flight from Florida to nll O. big population rl'nllrs-VuV.1l "s'td, appreciation for Kim's

Some 3,000tIIIt./ aitM'Kpvr* north latitude, 86 dc-grc-ei' uliaMung Owner of the land on whirl I t.unity, which Id Durns' baM, 'Irk r.( traits hjlrman wh nw
ted tonight and tomuiiiiw night 3 west loiiKitude. b> a Pentagon Klate. certificate! were sold, or IIIlrtlaK" and Hillsborixigh and Dad e illrd ,it the pr..lct'nU..1!
fur tin went whlih will ('on. Havana radio ri'poi'ti-l tin l lent that branded reports of "., may redc'em/ the pr"1Ifh Count les. m..' ,,111 lids 1 afternoon to offers
elude with a In, ,m and 1anct In axPC In'.iv\ ralni aiixed bthe dc,, he flight a "complete and utter at in) limn during thei i 1',, I,, i-noitlon.t ,
at tho Po.it h Club drenched westerPtiur n International Antl.iiininunlht .
morrow night prissiest area h"U. the' b holier the, rate of 1 In
Hotel. A i'IHIU'lete pu, Pram for dc.I Rio province for 31) (' Brigade InslMed tlw ) taunt|
t tiTi'st lies crrttflmteii "Ollllllan'plull
affair In Tliur 'ultra
the appealed light was made rithor legal, aMHeNimenltertiflrate
d iy's edition of the NI VS. p )
|loUr hallf'rlIIUIllh'|
: tfi three per cent dellnqu"ntps'nt( I Itv

Season 1J'.. f "!if 'I'/, > ", ..:I" Nixon Scranton Want No the Ux s, oIdv..U.lllrto. ,
Bumper txt and a five |per rent "ImIllJ
1- stem for (ho CCM'utiHcil.II .
tlw property' Is again tdKllnqiMHit ;
For County'sFarm Part In Stop Barry Move the second teal\ arther '
tax nrrtiflcute will I* c .1''I

to the hlctmt bidder Aftc:r tl. 1

Industry w \." !T>i.TONP: ) '1 ti ever sot the nomlnition wool full wars of tax cic
farm in CuilieI' iPlnl.I11116'nge1S, i ell. M'. iind It .1".1 uorth ,imthlni, hrii. ..rotahascertttkati'm '
Th..J&63.G4 termed cror'one of (i"lqu.itel Inc. tin' R"IIII _it all." pl> for a tax (jt..Jnd; tin) u 11,1
County was In Hamtburit Pa., SrraMoc actual I sold' JIll'. I
u
the best for farmers," b) t HUI I I t.i ''tI''.'1111..1 IHII\III..I1"-' pror rtt
said< he Mould not be "part am action by Clerk ci ourt.< Tt..
ty Agent Don lander, th,' ftrjsa; i M. :Niton md G value estimated at 23000000. "" M. SrraMon ol Penn parcel; oi. am tiknvemMiit to IJr"ll8rtwUl 10 ti< the ini'h. ..
i I-r announced the slop Goldwater and that aftelwlMriw bidder" who agrees two to in

Favorable weather during the I >\. no pail .f ita\ atop|. th* California primer)]) all tax claims| and cxher Hili!" 4
season was a contributing fa< ... 'd' o1rl", till senator appears to be the melts atamnt it.
tor In the successful )ear Lander likeh nominee. The UN rerllliralr/ salon ar
"f"'E. n1,. I I ,u. leader .tlC'' New V>rk Gov. Nelson ARockefeller .
said.< More than 22,000 u held annualh in .roh'r for Ih..1
( I ,I"" tndldi'tli \ ,
Tea were under cultivation. MI talked' of thf plat 1'(10'( 1'', 'I .mo.. Ili 4h) .torn the Republican. will oI/1otA( 'lone nut the lax book.
Gross value figures and :ar're \ "III" .. "; lilts, Ii' (,OP at their convention next 'moMl N
age estimate by Lander of vac I'l'l! ",, tli' I Ill \II. ,H''in' and peppered th* Johnson ail

tous crops are as follows for i i 111: .n ml lake II1 minisMI, chording/ ; "fallurt\ Soviet Newspaper

Watermelons, 5,200 acre, ; ) ft ill IL., 4rl7ona C.OI'.I' i i at home and abroad."
tll'/ it Ihi' liltl'iiul, ccMltenli, ..
value' $6,000,000. stake tomatoes In Cleveland, Gov. Paul' Fanto Flings Spy ChargeAt

1,200 acres, value $3600, '" H But Is G. .l t'i,Uatvr rested! a'. I of Ariiiuu, M writ arrivil (01Ihw
000; ground tomatoes, 5,160 acres \ m the [-.hUI.1| storm ?,,>.I Covet inors c-dfilereiire whirl U.S. AttachesMOSCOW

value f4,128,000: peppers time .ant) his hand ILMII" "i "(x-ns Siturdvpredicted Hal
AP Tin- fin \loi
( ) \
that/ Golctwater Will h
IHHH
value [* iriNl to tie takini\ on u'n<'
4,000 acres, $4,000000: mil II..1'tC'WIII"'IJ'r| Ib-cl st1
.IPet the lint bullet
steam Mxnu. Ih* .I i I" mi
jaH
cucumbers value I
3,600 acres, old .
hi ok*' Hit 111.1 rash iH mww '
.. Accoriuif to th.' latest AMISwlid -
ilard bearer in 1900 ',ui'
$3,800,000 squash 1,200 acres, .-\ Trl"I'I.I.lt
; apt charges! toiiiv aiJiniMiir t ,
Lon, Ulaml/ ThurscLi: nlfht Ix. Press ur\i-\ $720.000. 200
cantaloupes acres,
: \ -There was a 'lot of nu pcnsc but the new was" would not lake purt In ant st"pGoldwater alec II) the! Sun Fi jftcivenlwm 1"9, 'i n m'"i mil HritHh mllltarIllli \
value $120,000 potatoes, 500 ItltTlSTL'UBJT3'Itocks In student
: count o\tr "hem 14 It CfcMMKHH/ "I'll r"I..11lion were v.v.-aponi proI
Goldwater an .
Colihtater IMHlOUlit
for Son, Barry can un
worth waiting
acres; value, $300,000 and cab movement. tciU which Here a student
; lilctlcms | wracked Korea
nap"| "il 'J'' Seoul prepares
by those won u'the firstI'.lllcM I total)
block of votes capped t ( on a m416hurt
delegate The
whelming former vII e pti'Mden\ .
bags err plant, okra, bean andother .\.ot. mill h,' I "I.'n to throw Army bus Students demanding
in < > IA one at American were
.
California primary. as he looks torvtard In th Republican fI ,hit each a niovn "w..I". i it 209: short of the-Afire! !
small crops, 1,300 acres, \ l.I t" I..II. the buster of President Park Chung Hee.KY .
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aired I'' nnmiiulliH
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value. 620000. convention "idh split DM parts that wI|



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I 2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday June 5. 1984 .it.: Peace Of Mind '

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Racial Issues Make New '. Called Key To YOUR CHURCH I

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Cracks In Church WallsATLANTA Healthy Heart DIRECTORY ,

ROB! TO, Pa. (AP) "Wa ,
Ga. (AP)-Rat Ul hers suffering hardship In JoinIng have peace of mind., FIRST ASSEMBLYOF
Issues art making new < ru<'ks In racial demonstrations That's the answer Major FULL GOSPEL GOD

In church walls.Southern The Presbyterian Chur 'h In Ge.ne.) Gl,'luiuto, 50, of Roseto COMMUNITY CHURCH
Baptists split over the U.S.-Southern-tins or,Inred hj' tPI medic experts who are Miartowlawn Ave., E. Maple.
segregation and the oiiponentsof its white presbyteries in so.'>n i. mculnt. pulled b)' the low In* Rev. Don Paulson PastorRT

an open-door policy won a Southern states to absorb three "ull'ut >>f heart attacks in this George Paulson. Sunday School 10 a.m.

narrow victory at their annual Negro presbyterian., or JurisclUtlonal little illin.Xmerlcan: commute Assistant Pastor Morning Worship 11 am.

meeting. districts lu ,if fit, yet 1 healthy and hap. Dominion Dr. Avalon Estates Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
The Methodists took another Presoytertan churches' ire p\ pnrle South Naples Youth Service.. Tuesday
Integration and Southern still largely. segregated In the \ aeveu.esr medical studycnivlucted
step School 1000 a.m.
Sunday ; at"30 .ro.Mitl .
South said p
Presbyterians ordered another Dr. James Patton In the noitheasteriiPe
color line erased. of Atlanta, executive sec'rpt.iry i Mlvanla community made MotnlngWorship 11 am .Week Service Thursday

These events of the past few of the General Council "But this up "( 1,630 has\ show'a death: Sunday Evening 7 p.m. at 1:30: p.in.
months appear as another Kt te Is just from tradition. The I"In rate from heart attacks that I.slrlklngl Is \\'.i. Pia>'*r Service, 7::30 p.nl.
effect of the great social u|,heatr, eral custom la that If Net roes vCOMPLETING- ) low-despite a pas. GOSPEL \PTIST CHURCH
al that burst over the nation i, go to a white church the I re plans for "Vacation Church School" starting at the First donate love for fattening foods CENTRAL P {'I. Box 214 Naples, Flu.E. .

last summer. welcome." Methodist Church, June 8, from left are Mrs. hairy Parham, director ; and wine. BAPTIST CHURCH ('. llealrd Pastor

Coupled with the growing lib, Roman Catholic churt'hr" Mrs Claude Grimm, superintendent of the Junior Department : Mrs. Euu'st Medical researchers, who Now meeting: Masonic Temple Itomininn Rd. Avalon FstiitrsFast

erallsm on racial Issues In have encountered no difficult)). Carroll, superintendent: of the Primary Department. and Mrs. Rae lien- Thursday punished. their reporton North On The Trail NaplesSl'MHY

Southern churches were al.tlons over Negroes attending pre.. drix, superintendent of the Kindergarten Department The theme for this the eating habits and social Pastor SERVICES
dominantly white churches although
of the Northern Baptists and behavior of the residents of
Presbyterians.The parochial school deseg year is "Jesus Learning about Him and from Him" (NEWS photo) Roseto, said the noel striking Ret. Oscar !McTollumSun llible School 10:00: am,

Rev. Edler C. Hawkins ol regallon brought some trouble feature of the communit "was Icy Services Mcirnlnftoiahip 11:00 am
New York was elected May 21 in Louisiana. He said also he had learned Methodists Open the aIn which penple seemedto Sunday School 10 a.m. Tralnini! Service 7:00:: p.m.

as the first Negro moderator of Catholic prelates always have Martin King In while In San Francisco of a plot enJoy life. They were gay, Worship Service llnni, Evening Worship 8:00: p.m.
had nonsegregatlon policies. to assassinate him. Church Vacation \UD: EVENING SER\'
the
United Presbyterian Church boisterous unpretentious Bible Clnstes U:30 p,mEonint .
In the U.S.A. That Is the highest However, there are few Negro "Nothing could be more re \\liether or not their sensi! Service 1:30 Bible Study't and
office In the 'hurl'h. Catholics In the South. St. AugustineFor demptlve than my physical deathIf School On MondayVacation bte way of life contributed to : pm 1"'I1)'r Service 7::10\ pm

Churches remain segregated Integration has been spotty in it serves to free my brothers Church School will their good; health Is stilt to t* IMMOH.TLEE (holr Practice 8:15: pm

for the most part although all Lutheran and In Fjlscopal from their spiritual slavery," begin Monday June 8, at the determined," the "report added. METHODIST Ht'UJI
churches the integration crusader told the '
the major groups except the ConferenceST. First Methodist Church at 9 Roseto' mayor tends to agree IRIMn.in.TIIF(0EFPISCOPL
RCT Richard lion. Pastor
"The Negro people aren t fall. cheering, hymn singing throng
Southern Racists have adoptsnonsegregalMn with the tentative conclusions of
CIUHCIIPott
AUGUSTINE (AP) Dr. at a.m The theme will be SUNDAY
Ing over themselves to Join St. Paul's African Methodist the .
policiesThe report."We're
conservative and locally white churches," said Dr. Ray Martin Luther King and other Episcopal Church. "Jesusj Learning About Him a cultural people. The Morning Worship 8::30 A 11 the IIIch.ri Royal
Itev. .
Independent Southern Baptist mond Wood, president of the officials of the Int..gratlonlstSouthern King declared "We plan to use and From Him". Classes have main thing is that we have Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Services f I amhrrtSniiitit

were narrowly divided on the Southeastern Synod of the Lutheran Christian Leadership everything In our power and all been planned for children beginning peace of "ilnd.. I guess there'sa Jr. Intermediate and Sr. llol ConiinunUm.)
segregation Issue ut their meet Church In America. Conference today deliberated on the nonviolent weapons at our with the four year olds little bit of heredity In It,too," f.Y.F., 630: p.m. >" 8 n.mIMI .
"The churches have an further measures to carry out disposal to dramatize our Injus. and the who oily Worship" ChuuhSiliiol i
Ing. Some churches and all sem. open including ones have said the mayor Fvininir Worship. 7:30 p.m.
manes of the Baptists have non door policy, spelled out In great this vow of King tlce and demand that the federal finished the sixth grade last In Roseto, 05 per tent of: the TUESDAY : pod Seinion-10: am
detail In statements by the "The movement In St. Augus government not put one cent \\'eiliipstlnvIfil
segregation policies. year. residents are first, second or Men Prayer Service 7 pm, '
Methodist delegates! to the churches" he said. "Ours Is to tine has reached the point of no Into this city until it faces the In the Kindergarten Department third generation Italians who Choir Practice 8:00: pm \' ('.Communion 9\0::\ n.m.
be restated at the return. We are determined that realities of desegregation."
general conference of the Pittsburgh Mrs. Rae Hendrix have maintained many of their WEDNESDAY Holy Days
Church enacted a law that all convention In July" this city will not celebrate Its. The Southern Christian Lead. superintendent traditional Italian customs.Yet Midweek Prater Serviiaclult Communion nt 8 n,m.
quadrli'entennlal as a segregated with teachers
Methodist An Episcopal clergyman, the ershlp Conference reported one the incidence of death dueto
delegates must "re .\ \ Children 710:: pm
crult, employ, utilize and promote Rev. Milton Wood, canon of the city. Incident of terrorism after the Mrs. Dryson Edwards, Mrs. heart attacks among these 1.1II8'r piiFsuni: \X
without regard to rare Atlanta\ diocese, said there had St. Augustine, settled by Span.| church meeting Fred Martin of Lloyd Shechand, Mrs. Joyce people overweight by medical 1Il'UCIi OF NAPLES!
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color or sex." been dissenters. Ish colonists In 1565, has been Atlanta one of the SCLC offlclals Zate, Mrs. Don Cramer. Mrs. standards, was coosld..rabirlulthan EVERGLADES Third Ave, So It Sixth St
The Methodist delegates voted 'It's resolved ai a practical the target of a coordinated ef. gathered In St. Augustine, Tom Treadwell Miss Joy Hodges ethnlcall-dlferent( neigh COMMUNITY fill'KmIter. Rev John W. Stump
matter," he said, except In I so. fort by Integratlonlst groups for said the St. John'i County sher and II. {
to provide financial aid to mem about Sltlns marchesand Mrs. Danny Hayes boring towns Bangor, Nazar. G. tteisberlttr pallor !Sunday School 9\0)::\ a.m..
lated situations." a year. iff was told that unidentified Miss Doris Turner will be using eth, Stroudsburg, and East S ncloy School 10 slit Services' on Sunday
Jewish do not other activities have result white men fired seven shots Into .
synagogues
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the Stroudsburg Morning Worship 11 amrOPFLAND
text"Jesus The Teacher
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BILLINGS AP) Billings ed In numerous arrests and the : n m
practice segregation, said Rab automobile of Roosevelt ." It's a puzzle: to scientists who
may have the biggest birdbath bl Harry II. Epstein of Atlanta some sporadic violence by mobs James after he drove home have "been pointing at Am..rl.CI'S .
The text Jesus ShowedGod'sLove" BAI'TIST
In die country. "We are for the rights of all and snipers. from the church and parked the rich diet as a prime fao ST.NN'S CATHOLIC
I Ralna havtf filled a depreaalonin people," he said lie added that King mad his statement while car In front of his Palm St.home. will be used in the Primary tor In arterial diseases and MISSION Ird:\ St. & 10th Ave. So
the ball tower atop the First there were very few Negroeswho addressing 300 Negroes at a Martin said James' 14,year-old groups with Mrs. Ernest heart attacks.Endorse. lien Clyde Martin rather. Bernard I.. Mickey
Congregational Church. Birds have been converted to the church rally after arriving In son was In the car but escaped Carroll as Superintendent and Sunday School 10 a m Sund )' Mft'scn (SB.1011

think it's a dandy watering hole Jewish faith. St. Augustine Thursday night. Injury from bullets.HiuHmiiminniiiiiiNmnHinnmiRwiiniiiiiiiiHmHiiHiffl. Mrs. Larry Morgan, Mrs. Jacques Worship Services Weekday 1 s.m only
Craumer, Mrs. Don Lander I II I lI.m. and 7:30 p.in. Confession: Saturday

IemmtNNNmmiimimnuuNNNNnannguimuntsntmrniumnmiIrNunrnuusmNM, mmeuisrmmumtssmnNNNmiuNN"' : and Mrs. Albert Hatcher Shared Prayer Meetings 4 to 5 p.m. and 7 to R p.m.
as teachers. \Ve.Inexdiiys at R p.m. Sunday School il u.mrunfratirnily .
School ProgramFor
In the Junior Department. Class of

Mrs. Claude Grimm, superintendent CatholicsNEW CIIOKOLOSKEEUtl'KCH Christian Doctrine
Momta>s at 7:30:: pm.
will be
,4rc CorJalnviteJ presenting YORK (AP-The Na. OF GOD
2/ c tho text "We Would FollowJests" tlonal Council of Churches,a ma..' Sunday School 10 a.m. FAST NAPLES
with Mrs.Louis Moore )Jor Protestant and Orthodox Morning Worship 11 urn
Mrs. Bart Hicks, and Mrs. agency, has endorsed an expert. \P1IST! CHURCH

Clark Ansley as teachers. Dry- mental shared-time program un whuluelawn A\...... End: Naples
son Edwards and Robert Grab der which Roman Catholic chil. MARCO! CHURCH OF Gob; Rev. belies. Barge, Paalor

Ph.n.Richards MI t.Roofing aNt Service NsaUa to ctte"J the C- /twrctCjf will help with crafts. dren attend both parochial and Ira D. Hancock, pastor' Sunday

Youth helping with the music, public schools. Morning Worship 11 am Sunclny School ID:00 a.m.
Sunshine Hardware nursery and in tho classroom The program Is Intended to veninc: Worship 7:15: p,m. :Morning Worship II :00 am
lighten the financial burden on
VMir Complita Msraware Mora" will, bet pebble \Kepp, FlattyParham. Training Union 7:00: pen
whose children attend
711 Ml Ave. %.. ., ,a.> ,t ... f y. i I. .. i Mary AnnGrlmm,Ellen Church-operated parents schools. .OODLIND; \ ) MISSIONOF tvcnmirorship: g:00 pm

Naples l Rexall Store ,"'> 0 r ( /': .: ",.,. .. .. .' I Udn t'CI.lr.\ir.d; : The council' General Board 01'R SVVIOUtSuncljN Wednesday Mid Week

Avt ... bara Bark Nancy Sheehan, said in a policy statement Thurs- School 9 a.in.
let Mil Prayer Service 7 :10\ .
Jackie Rowland Mickey Hat day the shared time program is tier Richard T. Lamhrrt : p m
.\ The Bank of Naples cher and Susan Dell. "a viable provision for those : pm

Qrewlni with N.pl'" and These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church The director of the school who, for conscience sake, main JEHOVAH'S WITNFSSrSMnedom
1941" tarn separate schools." It is used NAPLES i'AIlKUI'TIST
Is Hall 107th Avenue
COIIo.'M berYF.DfCS: Mrs. Harry Parham: registrar
and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and '
BUSINESSES. Mrs. Leon Higgins in 300 schools In 35 states Ministir Wallace: End,... ( HUltCII
The statement noted that increasing Bible Rev. Marion .:: Wacaser
Store superintendent of music, Mrs Study Wed g p.m.
Hartley Variety of education had
IaulhBob's Larry Wamblcj. chairman of costs Minister School Fri, 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 10 a,m.
14 Nhdhtra.l caused Roman Catholics to ask
refreshment committee Mrs. rewire Meeting Frl RtCl:: ) p.m. Morning Worship 11 am
for public funds for parochial
Public Addicts Sun. 5:30: Burning: Worship 710: pm
Pastry Shop John Gray.Each schools and that In general Protestants pm

Sll tth Nor No. Ml 14711 4 session 9:00 a.m. have opposed the re Watch To 'ci' Stuly Sun. fi:ISHRST \ I Proper Meeting Wed 7::10\ p.m.

Froth Bskod Good* Dally ,?r ,r+le K y9 11:30 a.m. Monday through Friday quest. FIRST METHODIST
for two weeks will Include CHRISTIAN
Naples Federal Savings l'lfliRf'1OF NAPLES (HURCH OF NAPLES
study, music, activities and
v+
and Loan Association i''' 'f worship. All children ages SMALL CHURCHESDIE Mandarin Dr Coquina San In !Hi-xt Avenue, S. at .Fourth St
to* Mh Ava Bo Ml Mil* HARD Minister Pastor U.... Harry C Parham
YyJiro' four twelve arc Invited to at-
tend. GREEN LAKE, Was. (AP) Rev. James W. Mickey Sunday Worship II am
Sunoco 1 M s r r S' We have aeen the passing of the Rihle School 0:45 a,in. Sun. Eve Worship Sere at 1M:
Lltotlma Guarantied MufflsraMl yrws* e rural school, the country store Church Service 11 am Sunday School, 9:45 a,m.

14131 ar Give I M7I Stamps Nsploa, FlaWo Y' Philippine PO and the country doctor, but Choir Practice \\ dneslay 7\0::\ Junior, Intermediate And

s m "small churches die hard.; .c- Vesper service 5 p,n. Sun. Senior Fellowship, 0 p.n',
For
Naples Coin Laundry k i Bans 'Time' cording Dr. William 0. Mather Prayer Meeting

gp.d Qu..n W.ih.rs 4 +' IY 5 t r Obscene Picture research professor of sociology CHLRCH/ OF ClllUSr Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Jig Boy Wash at the Pennsylvania State Uni limiaml: Trail at 14th Av., N.
Hwy 41 N. 4 Whitman Blvd MANILA (AP-The Philippine versity..
u5l. Charier Hhartcn II. minmter ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC
!Hours N Naples Postofflce has banned the current In a rerxirt to a recent Ameri CHURCH
W Hoarr Owner Issue of Time nuftarlne can Baptist Convention here Sunday .
Iffli Building corner of
from the malls because it car Dr. Mather cited studies that Bible study 10 a.m.
indicate
Naples Furniture Co ; .f e' :Morning Goodwin Street and the Trail
3t
rtes a reproduction of Goya s churches with membership worship Ham
IMO Na Tamlaml Trail ) Y famous painting "The Naked under 200 show a lower percent- Even'nir worship 7:10 p.m. Bonita Springsrather
,
BB Builders i'i Maja." ale of growth than larger .hutch Wednesday: Joseph E. Beaumont
Specialties ".li 1 Acting Postmaster General es. Also mom of their Sunday Masses( 7::10. 9::10 a.IP
resources Hi
'Ic
Trail N.rth Ml I I1M c $ study 7iO:: pm Confession Prior
Plywood Doors Builders MdweIchlasa a Belarmlno Navarro said that the are spent for ..elf'Kurvlval. such to
Ruaswln Dontor Locks painting Is considered obscene aa maintaining the building and CIUCKIITHFRANCIUHCII "day :Muses
under the postal law. Time pub paying the minister. rather than
Lamplighter Cafeteria llshed the reproduction In ron for community service and mis. Mmiouri OF NAPLES! !' IMMOKAIEE FIRST
Downtown nection with the showing of thi Woos Synod
U B II Boat \PTIST CHLKCHPaMor :
4-Carnon Nsplaa. FlaC painting at the New \orV Dr. Mather concludes that the T S. 41 and 12th Ave, No : U... I.. E. Daniel
World's Fair. mall rural church la too .mall faster '
A Anderson Egyptians and unstable a unit to make much Re, (..eiirn \\'. "frier \orship 11 am 4 7:30 pm1MMOKALEE .

Interior 4 ExtorlorPalntlni r'r their of a contribution lo meeting thep"blem" '''iincla)' School DimCluiict .
Ilt. /
DocoratlniWallpaporlnf ,, heads as I sign of mourning Seivict
r >( the futurePATRIARCH 10:30: a.mHoU .
rrr4 f hen a pet dog died '
Communion
Phone Ml 11711 PO Ia 111Naploa CHURCH OF fJOP
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First
'' Sunday each Month
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Florida Pastor Rev '
a O P. O Ban mm
ry 'i rx. ti ? Sunday School 10 a,m.

Marathon Dredging Corp % lIRSTrHLRCH OF CHRIST :Mooring Worship 11 am
Marina Construction and r / A } f Fvenmiforshlp
Land OovolopntontMl p. a SCIENTIST 7::M pm

I-4U1 Naploa. Florida Central Avenue at 6th Street

Sunday Service' 11:00 am BOMTA SPRINGS
Trail Builders '
Supply i7 ,'" ; \ ,+? Sunday School II 00 a.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD

Company e<1a Wed. Evening Meeting g pmReadinar Rev A. P. flews

___ M.pl e. Florida *u : Ara .' C rift .: Room 520 Park SrM Sunday School 10 a.m.
t : ->n. \\ed. Fri.
V
West Coast Morning Worship 11 am
Compl.u Furniture Anxio Okinawa Iwo Jima On which beachhead did they find it, that cross crudely 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Evening Service 7:30 pmtmer .
Interiors drawn in the (and T :Meeting Wed. R i
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III Ith Av. 10. N.pl.eL' rMM\NlFlTLTTHlK: : p.m
A
No doubt It appeared on every bloodstained shore where gallant men of Christina faith CHURCH
Charles R. LeBuff have fallen wounded or dying! OF NU'LESI.C CHURCH OF GOD

Cabinet Shop For the Cross on which Christ died has ever stood as the symbol of His Life and Truth. Mocnnir Line( '. f'ror. 10th St. A llth Ave, N.
OMill Cabntts Furniture Repair And often It has spoken eloquently what human lip. could not ftamela &: Bon Line Dr Rev David Lamer
'in the Moorings
Antique Reproductions it not too little amply to honor those who have fought and died for our freedom Etch ra.tor: Dr. Harland D Sunday School 10 am
44 Ittti It. t*. Ml SZSS1 generation must inscribe its own prayer on the beachhead of history. Sunday School Sam Fame. Morning Worship 11 amtvIRl'rtistie

Jimmie Gibbs Religious freedom Is the heart of our heritage e Church Service 10:30 a.m. : Tuesday! Service '7:30 p.m,

Platorlnf t M?ony Contractor In a world in which Liberty must be armed to endure, faith must be practiced to be 7:Prayer 30 Meeting
PtiofW MI J-I1W preserved p.m.
FIRST B4HTIS1 CHURCH Thursday YPE 7:30 p.m.EVERGLADES .
Van Der Veer next Pray SundayCoWMlhi for. yourself, your family your nation, your world in the church of your choicefiil OF NAPLES : BAPTIST

Music CentercnmelN. Rev. Robert Marti. astor CHAPEL

Instruction Department 1, ,4 Sunday School 1:15 set Pra'eri Rev Erie C. Weldon
In sny Inatrum.ntIHIT
MUIIC DEPT Morning Worship 10:30: ..m. Sunday School 11:44: a.m.
NN tth at. N. Ml toUl 14. Knier Adnrtwry linvkra Amt aar..MYa Training Union 6:30 p.m. Worship Services

m -.6-_ Sunday Mewdsy Tus sday Wednesday Thurdsy Friday Saturday Evening Worship 7:SO p.m. 11 am. A 8 p.m.
Deuteronomy I'aslms John John Roman. Romani llebrews try WEDNESDAY Training Union 1 p.m.
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8:6.11 11:1.7 !' i1 Na 11:15.24 1:13'f, l'ra'trI..tln; I
: : :1.11 11:1.12 7:30 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service 8pm.NuTF .
r Naples Laundry 3

Cleaners, Inc -

Mh Day Am Svrvica a. Avallaa4o'Ml. t.MM"Ooa I Nosh S
the Amish farm community, at Camden Mich which' la In, ':114'!: NFWS. All churches In the ewiBty are urged. U pkeoe .

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Friday, June S C9U( t COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3 I'Tis II
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'aethap4a i id it Ship-Board

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Ml 9-6077
Marriages Not 1"
Sam Coldlng, county tax assessor he underwent major wrger\
will be the guest speaker It was reported that he Is do- tL Bow LineBY

at the July meeting of the Ing well but Is still 'hospitalUed. -
East Naples; Civic Association.: otte'r' Always Legal

The Sarasota referendum concerning BobHodyaon of M r.and Mrs, .J- NOUIS: ROGERS
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changes in the Homestead Ronald Hody, will arrive home tt.\SmGTOP) TheS.carers'
Act Is the cause for con this weekend. Bob has been Union his .1 word of uric r, things: are ter talking with his doctor we

cern among many of our elder attending the Mary Karl Jr. \f I'I I ring( for lovers who think It. slowing down i, so I shall endeavor are sure gonna bet that Ray will

ly) or retired residents. While College in Daytona Beach. ,'I and I to seat romantic.The lo ocean gel.b nurat +undU"nling to get caught III'| on some be out In the woods getting his
the Sarasota referendum will of my corrrspondence, like share of turkey and deer come
ma> he more romantic
affect Sarasota only, It Is felt NEWLYWEDSMarilyn ga I' ,, I binding.uptes ." writing to Jackie Kennedy to fall. While waiting on Blllle,
that any tampering with the Bryan and Dan le ewer who let ship captain| try and find! out, why"??"?? I snooped around looking for a

Homestead Act will set a pattern Keating of East Naples were tit Il.e marital knot in the midI Is It necessary: for the government scale to weigh myself on. Spy
for other counties to follow married last week In South : I the ocean may find them to pa)\ out 10 many ing one in a small room, I
and eventually the whole Carolina. Danr le who Is In the T s till 1 legall at jea when thousands of dollars\ to covert stepped on It and started to adJust -
state would be deprived of this service Is stationed there. UP return to port sean ar expense of owning all her the weights when I noticed
tax advantage. So that Naples Mrs. Louise Pierce has just II! .e In the union's ';"Seafarer mail from weli\-w fishers all over. all the Info seemed to be In

residents could be better Informed returned to Naples after spend- V Lpc.Ttie. er the world who send their Latin, er something I Me, not

concerning the Home- ing a few weeks In Alabama merit In maritime AFL.CIO tribe heidqtiatttrs depart sympathy and dollars for the being too bright: kid,was aboutto

stead Act, Sam Coldlng was invited with her mother who was ser here said it rll.In't know It mime Memorial library to her, Justas give up when a doctor came
to speak on the subject. iously 111.Saturday. of Its sailor members had tx>en they would do and have dole In. After asking me what In tar-
The meeting Mil be held July night a benefit race having trouble following Milp.hi for many others In the past? nation 1 was doing In there (I

7, at the Shadowlawn School was held at the Naples Stock ard marriages. 1 am afraid, the above item, explained I was an escapee from
and any Interested persons are Car track In East Naples for ---- ---- -- Rut whatever prompted the plus the cost of personal protection the 8th floor), he grinned and

Invited to attend. the benefit of the widow and MILESTONE I MEMENTO Margaret Rutherford rtglitirt ',",prllf' ai the article, It hinted It virtually and now the feeling told me how much I weighed.
U.K. snowball reported that children of Robert Griffin, I U liven' a silver shovel by actor Lionel Jtffriti, right and director George Pollock She had takes an International latrtobe we are all\ obligated to build I had lost two rounds. Whoo-

progress Is being made In an with all proceeds from pur- Just planted a tray at the Boreham Wood itudio In England to mark her 72nd birthday, certain a seigoing marriageIs / memorial library, illicit.: leave peeel 1
effort by the County Commis- ses and race to the family. local."Lovestruik, the world who sent their \Had a nice visit with Dlllle
sion to solve the problem of Mrs. Griffin would like to express ......" -"';' ,," 'to... couples Involved have remained"awcxidciful! me and Ray's son Tom and his

clearing vacant lots of weeds her thanks to the Naples Hospital ReportADMISSIONS well In mien!to check an at,the sea lawn idyll of would the do mory of a beloved and respected wife, Kay, who live In Gainesville

d and refuse, whereby the Count Stock Car Club and the Citi- rmmokalee News lion whose flag the ship files ru. President. I can understated \ and so can visit his dad
\s ti) would have the authority to zens Band Radio Club and to :;: and also take a look at the laws how any wife would want every day Isn't It nice that

I j have the clearing done and bill all the many others who gaveso BY MRS. W. M. GARRETT 5-27 Sandra Farabee, Eve- of the Mate of the vessel |x>rt the world! to know how much the Williams' younger daughter
the owner for the woik. Mr generously of their time and lyn Freeland, Alta \llelby, Lu- of registry before they derl,IP to she cared, but somehow I believe Dottle \\lens haw, with Roger -
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snowball reported that while possessions during her be- "'''''' ask the khlp's captain| to tie the that It would have been and their family, are here
I a lot of work is yet to he done reavement. Major surgery was per to last a life expectancy of Addle! Hampton.i t ; knot," It said much better for our late presidents for the summer, while RogerIs
and time that will he neededto Mrs. Ledies Bargo has beenIn formed on Charles M. ChristIan 100 years. Surgery of this nature 5-:1' Clarence :Sanders, The article cautions "Con (wife and family to at Avon Park on an assign-

bring the effort to fruition, the hospital at Fort Myersand of Immokalee May 19 at will be performed on Mr. jetty Jo Ramsey, Alice Dens- troy to popular belief, the rap have built this wonderful! memorial ment as part of his ministerial -
that residents can be sure that during her absence Rev. the Methodist hospital In the Christian's legs Mr.Christlan i I more, John Linville, Wayne lain of a ship has! no dental| au. for this and future generations studies Also nice that

they have been heard Bargo Is acting as principalof Texas Medical Center, Hous- is a pioneer resident of loom Bryan, Russell Schafer.r tliorlly lo merge ocean.hound to enjoy. MM. Paul Corcoran, Mllle'ssister
the Vacation Bible Schoolat tan, Texas, where doctors reportedly kalee and the developer of r 5-2! John Reaha rd, Lull lovers Next, I would write a letterof Is here fromthlcago'fora
AT GHADUATIONThursday the Cast Naples Baptist found a blocked artery "Christian Acres," residential I Mae Maxwell. Nework 11th. ship for Is registered In praise sttdapprecistkxttothe visit. One thing sure, fleu-
Instance "state
of last week Mrs Church in her place. In his neck leading to the section: on Lake Trafford Road 5-30 Evangellne Garcia, law may well rnnslder the mar Peace Corps" for till'wOlkler- lah won't have time to be lone

Bill Grant and daughters, Barbara Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hall brain, cutting off circulationto Ills address Is: Methodist: Ronnie Par rack. rlage to IK null and void" be. ful work they are doing! with saute.
and Charlotte, drove to and family of Naples Villas the brain. dacron artery Hospital, Texas Medical Center 5-31 Fabian Mcintosh- cause It specifically excludes their hearts and hands to bring

Clewlston to attend the gra left Naples last Friday for Indiana was Inserted which Is porous Houston, Texas, Room 639-D. lie WalkerCladysJoncsSonya ship captains as I legal I match better undemanding among all\ A WCgCR EUKCYou _
duation exercise of Mrs. where they Mil spend a and tested by digestive acids Mrs. Christian accompanied Garrett, Douglas Wiggins. makers the peoples of the world. As knew 1 sold my bike?

Grant's nephew, Kenneth Mc- two or three week vacation visiting him to the hospital and Is very 6-1 Elizabeth KeelyJames In slates that do not spec'If leal* 1 have listened and talked with Now don't tell me you didn't,
Cloud I Following the exer- with relatives and pleased with his progress. Crawford, Ernest Peacock, ly forbid the captain to |play ru, our foreign exchange students because every dun time 1 put
cises the G rants went to the friends. Leo ChickeringTo John U.OsteenJr..whUe rid- Doris Preston, Ernest Morris, pld, a couple may have a valid each year, they all\ agreelthat anything on "Swap Shop" everybody

hoi i le of Kenneth's( mothe r, Mrs. ing a horse after cows about Harry McEwen, William Fres- common law marriage.While If we could exchange whole families I meet says "\\ley, did

McLendon, where a dinner was DOING WELL Attend Meet two weeks ago, suffered an accident chel, Linda Williams. captain of federal every! law ship requires making the a or groups of people from you sell It?" Lloyd should be

held for 12 members of Mrs. Wayne Bryan, Davis Boulevard which has left him still 6-2 Sally Kirkland, Doug- voyage between U.S. and foreign different sections of each country very pleased with the grand Job

GrantS family. On Saturday was In Naples Commun- On School NeedsLeo unconscious( In Lee Memorial las Wiggins, Fernando Rivera, ixirts to officially log "ev to live In that country fort he has done In building up that
morning Mrs. Grant and daughters ity Hospital last week for sur hospital The accident was discovered Vernell Smith, Janet Sheperd, cry marriage taking ,place onboard year or so to teach, listen prog ran. If you should hap-

left ClevtUton and droveto gery. It Is reported that he Chickering,NaplesCol- when his horse came Missouri Garrison ," It docsnt necessarily and learn, it would work wonders pen to get a big raise, Lloyd,
Moore Haven to visit with Is doing well. ller County School Board mem In without him. A search was mean the skipper has the au to dlspcll the fears and hows about a split? My new

her aunt, Mrs sally Shaw, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Amityof ber, will participate In a discussion started and he was found lying DISCHARGES thoilty to perform the ceremony, doubts we now seem to have bike Is much easier to rideas

cousins Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lake Kelly will be leaving group on Florida's face down In the pasture. $-27 Clarence Sanders, the article &Qh!. through- liinnmnrji-o--m.- nf-. the... tm..- It Is taller and the seat
Davis. While in Clewis- Naples the end of the month school needs at the 28th annual lIe Is still unconscious In the John Agnew, Mary Salinas, Ro facts more comfortable, heavier

ton the Grant Girls were presented for a much anticipated vaca Short Course In ParentTeacher hospital Hcndry County depUties bert Lovett, Evelyn Cenya. Hold Youth 18 Hope you feel as I do that springs and wider

with a puppy by their tion In Akron, Ohio. Leadership at the Universityof Investigated but were 6-28 Geroge Earntst, Rosa the old saying, "Help! Thy While riding down to see If

aunt, Mrs McLendon, Since Ilils: Is the week that Naples South Florida, Jur 9-12. unable to figure out what hap- Williams, Robert Looney, For Threatening Neighbor," should mean the the little eagles were tryingout
returning to Naples Mrs Granta welcomes many of the state's The conference Is conducted pened. Pending his recoveryof Emma Murray,Patience Mason same thing It did when we lived their wings! yet, I learned
; that the girls have had a hrliicrs and their wives. The by the Florida Institute forCon- memory, the exact cause and baby boy, Sandra Farabee President's Life on the farm If Dad needed that the old saying about

ball with the puppy, which Is welcome mat Is out at our tlnulng University Studies and remains a mystery.Educational. and baby boy, Nathan Lllcs, CAMDEN, NJ (AP)-Michael some help, all\ he had to do the hare being faster than the

their very first "puppy" pet house, too. Two of the visiting Is sponsored by the Florida Cory m illie. Allen Young, 18, of Wildwood,, was ring the party line and In turtle Is just a myth.
Russell Shaeffer who livesat nobles and their ladles Congress Parents and Teach 5-29 Irene Zlpprodt, Kathryn N.J., was arrested by Secret t nothing flat the neighbors: were I got off my bike to pick upa

the airport was injured last coming over from Miami and ers. It offers an opportunity TV lost, Evelyn Freeland, Service. agents Thursday night 1 there to lend a hand. I don't Gopher, and he left me like

week and was. admitted to Nfl" hanging\ : IMS\ fpp.at R4f.house, for PTA .members to develop Dotty Ramsey, Martha Griffith and charged with threatening) I care how busy they were nor I was standing still, so you
pies Commui,ity Hospital vthcre will ;hci.JlXJ" | ) and my ways; of working together to' J30Llzette Stephens,CJsleKatlel the life of President Johnson. what the weather was like, not can see it Just ain't so. Of
youigwt brothers. They make insure quality Instruction In HelpsTeachers John Reahard, Addle- .Vounf.ws* Jailed In default. of' one of them sent a small boy course the' whole thin( Could
NEW YORK (AP) TheprOllul.tion quite a notable pair of noblesto Florida's schools. Hampton, Lucille Cross. $20,000 hard with some weak excuse,or witha be a Mytbunderstlilldlng, Ouch I
"Hamlet"/ marring be brothers when you figure Friday June 12, will be devoted 6-31 Evangellne Garcia Agent Donald C. Brett t.8t1rletl five dollar bill In his hand, lief! ore saying gooxlby for ano-
Governor before Charles L. Kudd UA
Richard Iturton is proving a big., eight children In our family(all to a joint meeting of the Says and baby girl. commissioner, Unit Young,wrote to help hire someone else I ther week I have another (How
with
favorite recorJ album !
lectors to girls i and 30 years In age separate Florida Congress of Parentsand e1Isabelle Mohoney, Alta and mailed a letter to the PreRl can't help but believe that this Come? Here In the middle of

Prior lo releaxe of the four them. Teachers, Department of Ida's TALLAHASSEE educational television(AP) -Florl sys* lleiby, Wayne Bryan, Douglas dent that allegedly threatened to would work today, anytime, or the citrus belt, why Is It, when
Mr. and Bcv of of the Wiggins, Lula Maxwell and "like Lee place, I ask for a nice cool, lemon,
disk set, the manufacturer( Mrs. Kinney( County Superintendents tem Is carrying out Its top aim 1 "get" Johnson 'llarvey any ,
(Columbia) reported receipt of Jackson Avenue left Naples Friday Florida Education Association, of helping teachers Improve the baby boy, Bonnie Parrack and Oswald got Kennedy" lime or orange-ade, they hand
25,000( ordirs, pulling it aheadof morning for their summer and the Florida School Board quality of Instruction, but It also baby boy, MIley McWIIllams. Brett said the letter malledon NOW, TO THE NEWS me a glass of lukewarm, wa
any previous drama album home In Maine. Association. saves the taxpayers millions of 6-2 Fabian Mclntosh,Sonya May 27 from Rio Oraride,traces N.J. Now that I have finished my tered-down, CK3ATZ Waalil
dollars, the State Educational I Garrett, Willie Walker, Alice was not signed, but was out-of-town correspondence, I Lea and Alice Wise spent the
_
Television commission; report Densmore, Ernest Morris, Andrew to Young lie testified that a .22 shall get down to a few pertinent weekend In Winter \Haven with

I The True Shortcake ed. In its annual report to Gov Stokes, Doris Preston. pistol caliber were rifle found and In a .32 the calllier youth's" facts pertaining to Naples the Lyman T. Saudys of Highland

Strawberry Farris Bryant, the commission i he,Irooni. Land Yacht Harbor, residents (Park, 111.Ncwlyweds.
said that state appropriationsfor DIRT!13I and their doings. Toby
construction have totaled I b-27 Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Mac Linville are back but
only $893,188 since 1957, while Moraine, baby boy. LIBRARY BANS BEATLES guess Mac must have been too Can'tdive
the capital assets of the six 6-28 and llf-NPrRSON Ky. (AP) -
Mr. Mrs. Joseph anxious to back home he
existing E.TV dtallons are val When librarian Saia get as Tamed
Wlnilcid Up
,I UPd at $4 million Griffith, baby boy. found is In the hospital for a much
two tcen
-
5-tf Mr. and Mrs. David ifera listening lo needed
This should teach
Use of television as a means the Hustles on the library record rest. Lion House Pet
of stretching the e player
they explained that HOStVILLE MUh. AP-
they (
sir lar means that more money b I.i Is 6-31 Mr. and Mrs. Val- leave here for that long trip ,
brought the records from home Mrs. and Mrs Fdgar J, llert
i available for teacher raisesi cmln Garcia, baby girl; Mr. to find
pay because their parents didn't dig only It colder or hotter -' say (they have too much heartto
and for alleviating the problems i and Mrs. Kyle Parrack, than It
baby the "Yeah yeah, yeah" Mminstead was lie re at hOI ne. ronslchir sepurutlon from
[ caused by rapid enrollment, the boy. made It plain thai A sincere wish for a speedy their house lists 120.pound

nrd1N, 'a .,e.g sw. > commission Florida said. 6-2 Mr, and Mrs. I KIrby library patrons didn't dig many It recovery, Mac, (from all of us African lion named Caesar
with six ful It I mo E TV
6rot Williams, baby boy. either at N.L,Y.11. Tie year-old newlyweda,
stations
continues to lead the
na Ed and F lo Sclialble have left who work as veterinary ssslslfllitfl .
tlon It '
said. ,
Bjlil Tttllpail II* thu tit
u.to travel
Four new stations are expert| to Atlanta, Detroit ; ii'lhj.; j.- ; ; :
and ( bungalow In this tw
ew
ed to go on the air later this York. They will be
troll suburb If It bans lions
year or next year, making a tot back about November lit. as
reslditritv.Hohevlll.'s.
al of 10. Those of us here at the Harbor -

::1& Furthermore the commission A'J.114'I; enjoyed another pot luck ordered an ordinance City Council up has for
said that federal legislation that
supper Saturday evening- adci4l. | n Tuesday that wcxiM
N will result In television sets bo ? heaps of fried chicken
several bun wild animals as pott.
,
c lug produced that ran pick up kinds of salads, home made Caesar Is the reason for II.
not only channel 2 through 13 cookies and lee cream, coffee Caesar has (wen both de
/ | channels but also the ultra high freqien' fg 1 and even some of Edith ShoU' fanged and dm-lawed) and lien/
from 14 through 84 Is a
tremendous push for KrumKake rolls (Yes, that (show says he Is "loo much like a
development
she \ It timid, dependent! child for
spells ). She makes us toahan.kan
of still more IIt lInn.. 1\' '. ,
There are 18 I'HFchannelsre : them one at a time on a special him to strangers."
served for educational 1 television I griddle with a thin crusty
stations In Florida and when cruSt, then while warm, rolls
there are great numbers of its then; (lit the shape of a caw, ThirdGradersHold
made that can receive the programs I aim to try one filled with
the stations are more I cream cheese and Jam, It's TournamentFor
likely) to be built. bound to be Jam-good. Will
The commission said that the j. n let you know, OK? Hope-Jumpers :
use of television for giving instruct ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP-The ,

STRMUILRR1' SIIORH AILliderate; 'size biscuit and a lavish amount ofu Ion continued I togr ,wIn AT THE CIJMC:: Allentown School: District holla
I Florida as well as throughoutthe a rone.jumi Ing tournament every .
( -I h ulrawbeirit make! this a delightBy nation 0 ,lent to Gainesville for a year: for third graders and
couple of days last week with
It said that 668,000 studcit In gives a girl's wrist watch lo the
CECILY BROWNSTONE \ luhadhetur (" mtc the kitchen. shortening and J tableapoons of elementary and s e'Ion i) ir Mllle William to vlalt tier winner.
Associated Press Food Editor Thin biaiuit-tvp airuuberrs.htruake the butler until partulra are schools got part of their tr 'h hubby, Ray, who I* In the hospital The watch had to be ex

"If-TIIFRh am thing in' ihr recipe 'is b "vntld thai IK s 'In.re and de betweenpartU old and push until yolk and white are combined the 87 counties make some lH ::t fen< a tumor, that, clinic Norbert Drantley, 9, was the
I I"f'I, ,a the compound *">ldat n<.., Fur one thins, sugar tuna add enough milk to make of educational s >y stemtrl sure Is wonderful place and af- winner
I relol.u..n' a* twawhcrnhartcake. into thebiHUil a heresy an b>- 2 ) sup; with a fork, stir into other counties are in the n
!Not" .that it isn't nue, gone days For another the flout mmlure; mu only lo form a nlng sages
and doesn't both look and tau berries are sliced oldim soft dough. Turn out on prepared -- ft
II'H'J.. bui it ian'1 what it pretend. cetera wanted'. them manned. .And PUll cloth; knead about 20.sand. HOW TO SUCCEED' FLY ._ NAPLES
,M be jbody would object lo itd the last th* cream is whipped; : ., Roll out about I Jnnih: SUCCEEDS SOME MORE MIAMI
n d'.in't go masquerading aboutndcr with proper New England anaw- thickSrr..dlllh renaming \'ORJUAP-Brud, Dto
an a .umd chortjtler Hut burry .norU.."",.-""..", ..a> table,pounbi.ilerUoft( melted*. mark and Sweden each gel r 1
any cake, either sweetened r pa...'. Fold over the dough, roll again ductions this ind
year, using 'so New
"iherwisc. ,..'1 a 'short take lo about I :-.nch thickne.s. Cur fleas talent.of the muiual "He Year Round Daily Schedule
!NF\ OLnSTIU-BFRRYSMORTCAKf out with s J-inrh floured .", .I"e
be ..
UKI bciBune M happens lu to Succeed in Bu inet>* ant; t '
tuner or flu*.. Bake . I cut open and h* aatnwbenicrsprat Really Trying. ;
between the layer It I |12 vuf sifted flour cookie sheets ,ntI'> The production In Ri de 7,45 A.M 1130AM. 3.5 PM:
ma\ be a strawberryi.k<-. but n 2 I 4 tescpnm baking pe..der hot <4M O degrees oven for 10 (.. Janiero is slated for mid-Augt.,
I. not s strawberry shct.be. 1 : icsneoon Mil 12 7unwraa or until browned under management of Oscar Om- Miami To Naples
I
Thai 2 I uhlespODM "*.' fcttth ."..bc"lell; reaertr 6,
is a distinction with a df' stein, who previously" presented 9:00: A.M. 2,15PM. 500P.M.
:3 tablespoon ehiuNrtiat41ablespran.MalN Hail rttMining berrie., halve and "M Fair HAROLD C
fercnce, as you will vc at > Lady. Ls, Schmit i CLOSE Imperial Potentate. Ancient
have the or SMrgarincUrge f J ,in sugar lolaaie II 2 cup "ii i handling the Scandinavian Arabic Ordtr Nobles ("a"'tet" ..4 RcMrvaltoru )I. tilt
you once: eaten g' I pro- of tho M,. 'stle Shrine top to say so-nt easy
I ell"oIk y 1.lLd; elbow, lo said si roum .
affair imitations, si Stockholm
New-England in Sep Shrlner
in North Amrlca. It is 'liably reported
Mhorgs! Those Wou w,.,. svawberriesE ii.atie fir tort lo damolte......1 half snhout neither, st Copenhagen in October. that Close plaits to build a hnr': I in Naples. He NAPLES AIRLINES 'f.. .
I quart sugar Besides
written by s cookbook author III still being on exhibit will Naples Alrpsrt c-..,. I Miaul
hot learn as chief official of Shrine until July AirpwiMl
the ISO's I hut them might well I ra sugar. Spit" buttuilo" andunhan on Broadwiy.ihe hit presently I '
flair been written ,in I9n4 S I' r j" > ream .J '? wllh stra...hrnr' ar' no s national) tour of this countr.!. when he will be succeeded by O Carlyle Brock t-JHM M 4-1111
q.. wort in _,i :- 'j Ih; I: .jr. baking -- ;pot Crt. i- -.r'' OJ Other companies are bu:. in Deputy Imperial Potentate. an honored weekend Cily'Tfefctt efflee Naples' Travel Aft**? 4 Ceean .
makead a arj jj i C jt in to Makes A .rvmg Australia France and ".lilt...,. guest in Naples
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and dull to attract her ko.. ,,. i
AP-
JUNE 5, 1964 rmm KANSAS CITY Mo.a child( can trillion, and she bends ho, "r. b
a* The greater tribute for the PR nithful mind to what I ,, I'', : i ito
"*" pay to its parents her grandchildren
of life Is to outlive them. ""Please grandma," the ,

D-Day: Remember? lather I have a quarter existed of beyond a century my -when she asks too much II i .
what they are doing Bui II I
m)
but I doubt 1 can outwear
.r her Interest In the youn; II"i ",

It's still remembered as the greatest military perfect A line on the map and in the mindsof I mother She gets stronger with the keeps her from bring old
operation of all time. Standing readyon men still divides East from West. ye-ars. Perhaps the thing I elm ;PI

that historic day 20 years ago were: But a new, vigorous free generation can Going on 71, she is falr-corn- mart about my mother i I' I ,
Nearly three million men (American, Brit. look back and truly say that the blood and plexloned as a milkmaid, still utter Individualism.
Ish, Canadian, French, Polish); 4,000 assault agony and enormous waste of the Normand\. delicate of ankle, but so rotund Neither God nor the dp\11 II
ships; 5,000 light medium and heavy bombers invasion were not in vain. and robust that It is all her lo'. control her mind. bhe is w ',:1.:

; 5,000 fighter planes, 2,300 transport Its still the greatest military operation of s Ing children can do to put their hearted but free-speaklng. II'' II
planes; 2,500 gliders, hundreds of tanks and all time May it always remain so arms around her. she thinks she says and m I ,",
artificial harbors, Ireland she says she thinks.
guns, two prefabricated She came here from
tens of thousands tons of ammunition, supplies when the world was young and Life fascinates her, but ,I ,J'
love, unafraid of the truth that I I""
and equipment.UtahomahaGoldJunoSword. Guilt About Hitler fair, was ambushed by ?
The bore five kids ithout\ loss-*U existence has brought her rer.i ,

names of the assault points on the 60-mile. Franz-Josef Strauss former defense min. JUNE 6, 1944 over 40 and complaining and er to death.
long beachhead are etched Imperishably ister of West Germany, said in a speech the has survived the Inroads of *n This last Memorial Da i
Into the memories of the men who won them other day that Adolf Hitler alone shouldn Irish temper, a touch of diabetes visited with her at the cemet, i
(those who did not have all memory ended be blamed for World War II. and four decades of high where my father and "'me
there), and in the memories of those who of it all right when I blood pressure In good health. other members of the f III i ii'
He starting
was guilty burled. The place
was
are
olive
could by waiting anxiously at foe Is rheumatism
only serve Her current
said Herr Strauss.
he Invaded Poland in 1939, .
of with remembrance and fr
home as the first bulletins came back from did -and she has a low opinion lilt
Intention. lie simply
but that was not his with flowers.
Normandy.The It,
hardened young men who made these not foresee the consequences-that Britain "Some days I can hardly My father Is burled noi
and France. having backed down so often in and the turf
"but roadway, ab ie
names famous are middle aged now, with move, she remarks
paunches around their middles, a lot less the past would finally go to war. where do I want to go anyway him and his kin is rather tMn

hair. Their worries today have: to do with Herr Strauss deplores the acceptance by except to stay here?" from the tread of stranger
mortgages, putting the kids through college. many Germans of total blame for both World One of the things I admire "They have to walk ar ;sour
Many of them have grandchildren to whomto Wars because It plays into the hands of those most about my mother, who people to get to theirs ir:,,
tell their stories. (particularly the Russians) Mho use the excuse only went to the third grade in mother said.

Along the channel beaches on this 20th of the "German menace" to keep Germany Ireland but educated herself b)' -.- --

summer since, families picnic, children hunt divided. enjoying people aid reading the BARBS
for shells, pleasure boats cruise. Only the In one tense. Herr Strauss is right. Hitler Kansas City Star, Is her human
undemolishable German pillboxes remainto was no more responsible for nearly burning :;" ---- deftness She is the finest phi.
BY HALCOCHRANIts :
testify to the gigantic struggles that took down the world than a pyromaniac is re -- '- losopher and the most sure
place there. sponsible when he burns down a building footed family politician I ever no wonder little school
Except-a little inland where the white The difference is that firebugs are not usually knew. kids think there are more
crosses stand in long mute, even rows. placed In charge of nations. She doesn just sit on the questions than there are
The cost* In money, measurable In billions Blame for World War II (or War I II) aside 'fqR/S" .. fence. She patrols both sides of answers.

In lives, countable in the tens of thousands and the present-day reasons of the Russians :: ,, 1f a situation. Any situation. If .

both dead and wounded. In grief, incalculable notwithstanding, there are many in the West : :> something When she displeased was younger her, she During spring, young lads

who wish to see a little more assurance that _L and feel gallant and young girls
fixed her on the ceiling
eye
What was bought for this fantastic price* the Germans will never again give themselves denounced the floor In loud jeel 1 buoyant!
Victory over Nazi Germany 11 months later, into the hands of a Hitler before they tones e .

the liberation of a continent-up to a point. can support German reunification. .: peopl The World TodayBy But now she says "You must Kids are little people who
More the liberation of the
importantly, energies In this regard.. it is encouraging to see that \ learn to live with Life" never want to go to bed and
of millions from the periodic suicidal In th
:
Chancellor Lrhard formally rebuked one of JAMES MARLOWE Now she says, no matter what
holocausts that bled their resources. his officials who issued a fiery call for the : Alloclat.d! Pr... Ntw Analyst happens "Will, considering the>
Today, a uniting, if not as yet united return of the Sudetenland from Czecho : ne $ people Involved what else could
Europe includes a special friendship betweenthe Bmnevt'r
sensible
a exiwrt"Now
slovakia to person |
Germany.
two antagonists France and West WASHINGTON (AP) Presl..
great ,
|. ever since. But on the same day she says, no matter what
Germany War between them again is as This is one instance where history cannotbe By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS dent Johnson, far In advance of Goldwater made his statement, her children do, "Well, brought
unthinkable as was peace, much less amity, allowed to repeat Itself It is to be hoped HONG KONG (AP) Judy the political conventions this former President Dwight D. you up this far Now you're on
less than a quarter of a century ago. that it will be the Germans themselves who Garland has fully recovered week In effect opened his presidential Eisenhower said he Is confident your own." want to get up when

DDay need not have been, were men see that it does not from (pleurisy, Dr. Lee Slegel, campaign with a speechon the United States has "Just as Her children are now too old they should.tjllB.
rational creatures. But at the time it had to If guilt about Hitler helps toward this end. her (personal physician, said to. American might.It good missiles as there are In W< :i '
be The new era it ushered in is far from It ser'es humanity served three different pur. the world."
day.The .41-year-old singer coLlapsed poses: It wa* a warning to the Following are some examplesof

last week Dr Slegel, Communist world, a reassur. what Goldwater has said
ance to allies, and a reply to since and
who flew from Hollywood to January of what
Sen. Barry Goldwater who has Johnson said this week.
Hong Kong to treat ht'r. said
others pleurisy developed| as "an after been consistently critical of Am. Goldwater, acknowledging the

say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS math origin." opened up Just one plained this country Is gettingrid
day after Goldwater's victory in of Its manned bombers and

HACKENSACK, N.J. (AP- the California primary pushedhim by the 1970s will be relying on
Bill (Moose) Skowron Washing. far ahead of all other con. missiles alone. 'm ijlir'i.i! :: t i y .. Sy.-.. .'

ton Senators first baseman, bas tenders for the Republican pres. lie said; "We cannot put our A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTS
Identlal nomination In July.
won a divorce on the ground of sole reliance on missile systemsas
extreme cruelty: Johnson whose own nomination against a mixed force-mis.

J Skowron testified In Su|> jrr.Court ) by, the' Democrat lnjlug. wiles, manned aircraft, and + Want to do a good turn and get

/ I'" ill rra p -. WaL1iL&iaite.YJrginlad0..mentioned ust Is taken tnf. for'Arltbn granted H. But, never'hla naval Johnson vessels said of this all types." a passel of gratitude for it ? Here's
repeatedly told him she did country has
love him and threatened to words were a clear reply to more than 1,000 fully armed how: Mrs. Keith Peifer, visiting our

Mm f" more Goldwater than Goldwater.The speech took In ICBM and Polaris missiles town from New Cumberland, Pa. left
(fired from submarines) ready
a borrowed Bell & Howell
movie
It detailed Johnson'stalk
was so cam-
for
MOSCOW (AP)-Kisses, fl6w. retaliation and he added
can be considered a basic "The Soviet era or. the beech last after-
era and 40 minutes of encores Union has far Sunday
closed Marlene DU.(rich's first reply to any attacks the Repub. fewer and none ready to be noon. A roll of film was in the cam-
Russian tour.hundreds lIcan party may try to make launched beneath the seas."
when the era which she would like much
stood outside thepaiked campaign gets going.In "We have more than 1.100stratl'gte very
auditorium in Moscow talks, Goldwater has made bombers, many of to recover, and you know how badly
fur the final concert of the two. since the start of 1964 and most which are equipped with alr-to. YOU would feel if you lost something
V week tour by the German.born recently In a booklet "S'n. surface and decoy missiles to
singer. Goldwater Speaks Out on the help them reach almost any tar.il't. belonging to a friend.

e Issues"--Uw senator has at. The Soviet Union we es. Sooif you happened to

NEW YORK (AP)-Pr .mUr tacked set-up In this general country's and Its defense! mis.slles timate, could with difficultysend find the camera please contact Mrs.
Levi Eshkol of Israel received l la less than one-third of this Feifer at
in particular. : 521D Reno Avenue New
warm official welcome* to number over targets in the Unit. ,
New York City Thursday the The Johnson administration ed States." Cumberland, Pa. 17070 ( That last

68.yt-ar.old leader" appeared wasted Goldwater no when time he going began alter his And Johnson made this sweep. business is the Zip Code Buster. )
dl't'ply| moved by the ceremony, Ing statement "In every phaseof
s attack last January with the -----------
which drew a cheering crowd national strength America to.
of 500 to the City Hall Pl.ua. statement that U.s. intercom day Is stronger than it has ever + Note To Neapolitans
mnt.il ballistic missiles were"und'pendabie. : Come on
been before. It Is stronger than
TEL AVIV, Israel (AP)-He. ." any adversary or combination now, let's get to living right so
lena Rubinstein\ \ has donated. He got a fast answer from of adversaries. It Is strong.er that dad-burned little storm will
of Defense
$100,000 to Improve the Tel Aviv :Secretary Robert S. than the combined might of get gone and let the
McNamara, whom Johnson has sun shine tomorrow -
museum her name, Mayor Mor. blessed consistently McNamara tho world, and I confidently pre. afternoon for the Shrine
dfi'hal anilr announced today I called Goldwater and"politically his hr.responsible" diet that strength will continueto parade. Charlie Alexander tellsus
statement"damaging
grow more rapidly than the the fine
events
and
stunts in
to national si'cur might of all others
ity" Goldwater said, "We are lag. stcre for the parade and march

: ,, Guldwater has attacked him ging behind in weapons technol. across the burning sands" will be

; '< :jCAN ogy and in tho development about the finest
., ever
: ,t" ,', of new systems.' seen in the
"People upstairs nai'e a sunken bathtub state
)i, I Sl1 I g ACT PAP Johnson said: "In the past
-Tlit .110..1 l 0......+.. t CIWCU515TAnCEAVAIL several years we have begun Usually only one Temple par-
many Important new weapons ticipates in these
ORT CORICC systems" lie listed some of ceremonials but
\CRO'urruluu. PRY gun here in Naples FOUR Temples are in-

I ,-! ii:Jl: tVaUdbab. Squanderaeakluig ILf..PEA.PIM5 them.Goldwater said "there are volved. ThAt means the fun will be

A Crack in Homestead Exemption DoorCity Holplurr H hr'l"ul.I WtllrrIt .Di.ZANV.AID.L..OJADE.P'.T.MAR. OAT AINiU I take many types place of between warfare the that can ex. four times better than usual.

\rrllft( tremes of M and cold. W,. must Neapolitans would be
and county officials who have struggled with financial 4 \\.I "Fertile H Fuolrd \ .ur be ready for all of them." well advised -
to
problems since the Homestead Exemption: law went d..rn spoa ji Ijllo.hh L Tit JAM. J A T tNI Johnson said this country's cross their fingers and

Into affect years ago found a glimmer of hope in the situation I 14 lUrrd -II i8 'luretS ShKpuddrr IAN .CURIE strength is also Increasing In Its hope like heck the sun shines all

as the result of the! May 5th primary On that day ( asdrrhandedI6. COM TR 11t3IV.T on ability to fight less than all-out day tomorrow.

', PI"'IUllrd Onus CEE AnT war. . .
Sarasota county voters approved the placing of a referen ,. U ClumIi .
I F.labpl.'r. * * .L..L-L. * * * *
dum on the November ballot to permit assessment in Sara- Nanny Paint !SOLUTION Of YtSTtllOAYS PUIIU * *

sota county for school survoses only, on the first $2.000 of 'I meaning 45' Cur Inwalrhhd !

valuation of every home. Previous to this time, though : IndecAml 3 FlturdeliiHeraldic 8 Dissociate THE' TOMCAR7N? (iGNT ESIRSTRe4M /IN
agreed that the Homestead II! Yale -16 Sev.ra.ts2e'lennunn. 9, ;Nonmetallic; IJECTOIt KAT /JYeO.TNJrxOTTSIrOwJ
everyone Exemption was creating
: 44.8Obliteutr 4 Gr Inter I nf2/ ( ]crn; $ 71CKIt"r cANNY pL4ff5Na ''
a terrific hardship in the economy of cities and counties t.l Tnle 5 Milliarx chemical !Jr)13 I 1 U U WOf'7 ON TNt 'oorSTJ 'fJ/.U"rRe

leaders felt that it could never be altered because any H Rrprudu,. rlul"1II.rll Unit rlrmcntIII : .J 7HItO*$'rw1C iwaaiwes A.'..iI ACL
move to reduce or eliminate the exemption would lack public DOWN 6 attic ('onip.is* 5 E A T" TH'Recur IIIIt srUItf.ThorbosvsmeUATTMOVs 1

support.If .Ii I'lunltlCf I Prt t line genusFar :
.l1J rulult.i; .I SI.and..rdprllud ad'anted 1l"Betel nut:
voters of the state approve the law Sarasota county \ar **AR14ANf fiLirr in '

property owners, in the future will pay a tax on the first qU.lnlll\ 18 Serpent roust HCUMum* vita rojavt oar of HUHseif rmcoanr '

$2,000 of valuation of their homes: they will be Homestead 1- Z- J 4 ) s 7 8 e idH io bas nrr/n HOMHM**- +

Exempt for the next $5.000 of valuation.-this for school pur jl Spanish; WMM rRAiT r MXf M N/bhvkOCITy IMfOUitU MR t, / '.,,'
poses only. But since schools get the biggest share of the ". I'II. I J3 Finish ,

tax dollar, the result! will be far-reaching. H Thcdrra _,;1t
I. i If 15 Adnured16.1'mdm
This will come to the rescue of schools in areas of /w r'

rapid growth. Take our own locality for example. A '
vacant 'I 17 I s7'e itrumemit f
block returns taxes to the city and county. When it is \\atrng! k aRRUnwRnrrArAURnt

sold to residents who build homes and move there the city, f; IJ II r to w place .: lcasO RITAGNWr0TNtJUT a#0550 fM
CwNfAe ,
county and schools must provide many more services suchas JO Ct\ A TI rNOfPOIRNNNJu ti
z. l.f IL J7 15 ,\'I..nd., i
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streets, street lights, police etc schools
protection : must ,, ; ?
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sometimes build more classrooms and employ more teachers 2i Jo 3rJJ 18I uh j

because of the additional residents. Meanwhile the t'4 ton""r genus
homes are tax-exempt, or almost so. While the demandfor 313S F} 14 Stir,
public funds to be spent is increased the amount of 4(1( lu'' r igrtn'i
taxes received from this block Is greatly reduced J. !y JJ J4 .11 .a bride

Homestead Exemption may not be quite the sacred 4t "J 43 4. 41 Bir, : Hag11 ....
':r ow we have believed It to be. If a change can be madein F'4r U1 gard, ,roved down 'J !t :;::KMITeEuyNtrfNTJTNrAOTMUJT

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think they should have 10). it can ba made In other I1'l'J : :. 44 I 1n1'" C ocnrttcott vtto cnseN.a JML m.PIJJJIrrf TWO otter Tl6NrAge, "tKJtwce luyxaahc ,o
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By MURRABASS( Only one other game was t. ':''t'. > .' ktt"yr gull tin l teen seas I SPORTS
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Associated Presv $ Writer In the American
|'?it- played League than a poke '" llu it \\till a i
Bobby Richards i i' |it hltttnc Thursday Chicago defeated hockesll<'k. Mill not innili.

more and striking out less Cleveland\ In Illat one 5.1. Rain .... .... ..... ,. The hunk anudtan made . . . . . . . . .
Actually If he would strikeout washed nut the BaltlmoreKan.MS $24 In offliId mum) on the
any less, he Wu ildn'1. City' game" our last )ear, and he haun't
Richardson who has fanned In the National Uniue Sandy ""'- ,, '' tupped the 91,000 market; ihl* Friday. June :.. 1961 COIL1ER COUNTY UV > 5Sandy's
only twice In 184 times at bat Koufax pitch) a rocord.tyinf >\ campaign

this season, struck five hits for third no.hlH In the Los An. For that kind of money \he
the second time this season aa _I Dodcer 9.0 victory over gave up thoughts of a pro
the New York Yankees outUet Philadelphia. In other tames hockey' career some years ago No-Hitter Against
ed Minnesota 9.7 Thursday. Pittaburfh stopped San Fran.
.. but only after he fit puked In I
The perfect performance Cisco 4.2, Cincinnati beat Mil. (lie eye with a h'K'lceyliI.. He
boosted the serond baseman's waukee e.s. Chicsfu nipped St was .left with a 'bail 1 right ese, Career
batting average to 310. Only Louis 1.1 and Houston whippedNew and tome second thoughts."There Phillies Third Of
three Richardsonwas York 7.J.
games ago yw a have been time when
hitting .282. Even with ulchardwm hit. I wondered If I cove up the J'II\\Pll.rlll\! \ i (,\p-) l lyn, N.Y., also j J"IIII',1 i .)
Only three other players In tlnC, the Yankees needed three right game," said 1 Magee. Bandy Kmiix, latched .i no., ,, Waddell of the old Phil! ...t.t 1 It, ,
the majors have belted five hits run homers by J'* Pepltone But today the )0.\'.ar.'>l ld hitter if:mint the Phil.uldpmaPbtllUu A's and Feller as the "111'' ;: n .
In a game this season. Richard and Roger Marts tot their vie. Toronto pro, who, ** hah ta .U Ihiiisday night the, era In major league ui.'t,, t
f son was the first to do It, bani.o tory. Pepitone connected in the .. ready graying a little from third of his career, and might strike out 10 or intro I t, .ill,' I'I
log out five singles In the first four.run firm while Marh' blow .. standing over thret>.(u it piiit, have had .i perfect game It ht i a game (4 times ik' i ,..o" '
game of a doubleheader against rave New Vor a 9.5 lead in the led the 00,000 l Thumlorttird had given In to a second Thursday nlfttt.Kmif .
Cleveland May 10, fourth. Tournament with a flrM-rawd thought x used l ado li oi ;t u
Ills lilts Thursday consisted Reliever Pete' MikkfUfn won slx.undttr.par M for the ',n'. The :28.yeir.old: Knufax and curve to subduo the I II.
of four singles and a double lie his fourth game against one dc. :' .. ',. > \\entclieMer Country' Club walked me butler-Rl<'hie Allen lies Only three batter I i I' n, i.
also scored twice and drove In feat, pitching his way out of .. tours In the fourth Inning as he aged) to lift the I tin "'ut ,

a run. jams In the last three innings.Ray .. .. 'f lie had a one.iilrok lead over hurled the Lou Angeles Dodgersto infield, and the 'low. 't .e
"It can't be explained" Rich. Herbert and Frank .,. '. .. Dill Rodgers and Ken Venturl, a 3.0 vh1nr)'. league leaden. ime ti. a
irdMin said of his feat. "frp. Kreutrer limited the Indians to ,. ..,. .. whose game went to piece Talking with 'newsmen In the hit was In the scventl< )n '
quentl\) y,MI hit three or tour five hits. Krcuuer didn't give ,,2 .. '.. v. three year. ago wtiwi '. sut. tlnblioiiM' alter the lIu ler. <'h'n'>|>er toward titid b\ e
tad i << bills during a game but up anything after relieving! Her. fared a bari injury MM! wt > has piece tint made him the fourth pesky rookie, Allin.
the will be right at somebody. bert In (the slth! The White Sox R\RIV TO CO-Northern Dancer which could be the first Triple Crown winner since! only' recently returned to 'rmemuil ptch tr In major league history Podtfert" third b is''m.m .Ill' i.lor .
Four a d.1like this, then have starter had In leave the game: Citation In 1948, has exercise\ boy rarin' in the saddle in a brisk morning workout lit \ and Rodgers had ti le toss thu e lutohlttera, KuufaxiMwntiil Gllllain charged( ti.,' Jl,
' t( all (," ti" the right spot, mine when his ellio* Mtffrned. Aqueduct. with Rodgers playing the lot :0 steed the fourth bill snared It all It spun off toe ,
did." The cime ws1tied 1.1 In the holes seven under par after a he served! I' .vllen and In one motion hlpPl'J t
Richardson Mrikeout rtle. sixth until AI Weis sinned and rocky i>Urt. "It's a runny thing," \Ito\ ri.leM '. Run Fallly to )ust nip tho .1!, 1
or near lack of It, Is even more Flood ft"ttItt",tv slammed his Triple Crown Tomorrow 0 Th touring\ pros, MharpMtflfup 'IViug (Uixlfivrs' catcher Allen at first
phenomenal than his fivo.hit seventh i ',11\( r. The Indian' for the l'.S. qua In two DoHg > imllll) tailed far ashirrs Koufax, unshaven bt i in" ,-
piodmtlon He always Ins: born r' .,rrcII'\ Iflr':1! : DKkHiuwr'1 State Rr w'pkl. wrf'l ked the short court "II) the 3.2 pitch and I thinks it m,ikes him look tn i.er .
amour: the league leideis<< In d' 'tile| u.; Infield m "fl a fho day for golf. A fUKty Chunk. him die for the fast ball. to the hitters, said ho Ihu.'" ''It
fewest strikeouts, but there and Le"' W'I1I': ::rlfti- Northern Dancer's Aim dBy abed l blew In m Idod.bill It "Then ail:" I was windingup this Ideal nn-lilttei u i t' tl '. H: iof
may not even I lie a contest this fl'I League '
seemed to help a' much as Iturt. I lliouKlit i III myself .uuug's Ms three.
season. \ right, a curve would lH'In>\Uer.' Ho recalled that In 10j_ when
t1W'ORK: Northern 2'i In thH
AP Injury by lengths
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for the past three yearn, lit all 43 players broke. par Out I dtiln'l, think, lust enough he did In118 New York Met)
for thor. ,
'Legu\ ]Dancer puts his bid Preakness. Hill Rise was a nose] ASSOCIATED R88
Richardson has fanned an av. ,u 'hb-'d racing's elusive Triple bark In third. I 12. and lnntal of klcppliiir off the without a lilt or run, lie \\'.ilkcd
crags of 23 times In f G1 plateappearances There were' nine III 68, Including rubber as I shield' have, I w'1 five, and last year when hn I ,d
In .
rr' wn on the line Saturday Roman Brother ran fourth loop leading St. Petersburg
: or once ever 29 through with the faM the San ranrlsco Clouts tilth
bull. ,
'L 'd r'5' against l seven tither 3.year-olds. the Derby and a dismal fifth In edged fifth.place Sarasota 1.0 In last year's winner, Arnold
(imps al bat. U he m ilnt ilni. : "It low of walked and t11!
And It's MOo that the Ken. the Preakness bill came back to Florida State League comtvtl, Palmer, mid the( man he l eiit was no doubt he two was i '
his present rate for the itntmimlior t u<'kj Derby and preakness win. take last Saturday's Jersey Der.b tlon Thursday night. In a (playoff Paul llaney. that," uwfosned the southpaw. wild.
of bats, he w mid I Ameri ,II Lii"ueBattln ; net will accomplish the feat by ) over I'/i miles Quadrangle Pitcher Sandy Iloper| drove Others nt C8 were kel Nagle \\h)' hadn't: he MmIycliangtHl Koufax earned the L>' Y""i
fan 'sot) seven times : 100 it tilt' -d1MlnneMti .. Inning the 96th running of the was fifth In the Derby and In the winning run. Tom Smith of Australia, Rob Gtonlhy Tony Iht' pitch while going Award as the best pitcher 1:1>
,3fc3 ,it,in. \v Nichols Harold thruMh his moOiNi baseball In 1963 when I to v' ,
: : II. ''s tl2ri,000.added Belmont Stakes f,.utth In the Preakness and tripled at the opening of thu Lenta Rob ,
Intrton,. ..344.- '. crowd of for Kneete, Dub Roburg and Mar "You just can't do Hint It's 28, lost five and: to.* twin .. I', .II
before an Aqueduct then turned In a top effort fifth and after a walk and an
Jaycee Junior Runs-Ollvi, Minnesot, 38: f some 65,000 and a national tele runner-up. honors behind the 5'f'ar.old out, Hopper bunted and Smith ty I I'tirplSix like Mowing\ rat the hack nvlngIn thus WorM Series; ",irilnst I'
Allison Minne\! 34, vision and radio audience. ) Olden Times In the Metropolitan raced home. mOl e!, Intruding Hob Du. gilt.. VM juM diNi't." New Yolk Yankees.Narvaez: .
Huns batted in wagner don who Putts croquet mallei- I\ouru. who romhids, an lu.
Golf Only eight horses have put to. Handicap last Satur Sl'cond.place Lakeland had an
TourneySet Cleveland, 42: Stmrt, Boston Bother the triple In the 90 years easy time with sixth place Turn style, had 69.otlIn tervlew like a |K.Hilctin. cam

37. I n which the Kentucky Derby, day.Dill Hartaik and Willie ShoPemaker pa, 12,S. tannin Carrier got fh'thits clianiplon Julius tiorixi piigiilug for .Iel.ttnn I amooih Ked Hot,
For June 19 Hits O1W, Minnesota, 74; 1 Preakness ana Belmont have will occupy their familiar Including two doubles and hid; 72.1 Jack Wcklaus was well\ and with supreme confldi'iue Bizzarre
Meet
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Illnton 62. stood IIt'xl his toiler mid
Washington, bark at 73. to
t x'en run. The last waS Citation seats atop Northern Dancer drove In four runs. Dill Voss
Preparations the aiinii:il Doubles' I\rotO"lIOud. Boston I n 1948. Since then just two and Hill Rise, respectively.' connected for five hits, incliul- answered question liileriiiln: In Bout Tonight
Jaycee Junior Golf Tournunentl and Oliva and Rollins, Mlnne.sola 35.31-66 lily
colts, Tim Tam and Carry Back lag two triples and was walked. Jerry Magee
be hold at Golf II. lie dlacli e'd (bit Us fluu rfolmauie NfcW; YORK AP After
<' Dig Cypress have come up to the I'/fe' miles three times In six (limes up for Phil Rodgers 31.30-P7 y p ( )
und Country Club are nearly' Trlplee-thin Minnesota 5-: (>f the Belmont with a chance Lakeland. Ken V'ntllrl :l3,34- against the league pro 11 this, Johnny nl7 131'fU dErie
completed mall Taylor, the Green, Kansas City: Pregosl 'or a sweep. Outsiders ruined Third,place Fort uderdalo\ Kill tlagle :i4.3.tS: lending Dilute was I the result Pa, finally gels a imiln
ilrmin "rlhl'local tournament Los Angeles! : Vyrsalles, Minter t>oth-for Tim Tarn in 1958 and Yates Fyke scored two unearned runs off Duos Gtllilby 35.33-68 of a careful study he has teen> event In' MaiUxonSnutru Garden
st.led that June 19 was the big sola, 14: Colavjto, Kansas City., arry Back in 1961 righthander Jackie Drown und Tony Lima 33033-48; making of bin pltdilng" form tonight only to bump Ink a r, d
the kids 13. 35.33-48 that revealed fault In his de hut flrhter 'ranll1 N u
day for In addition to Northern Dane. Sl'venlh'I.lare Miami's Dut.by Nichols ; a v" ,
tadryt i: blanks may In' olitaln.ed Stolen lmBt>4_Api>rlelo, Ral f>r from E, p. Taylor's Wind.11"Ids thri-e snapped( win streak 2,0. lIarold KlIlIl'ce 3G.33-4i8 livery. He exi,lalnod<< ; with a l3.l>uut winning streak
iron Ulan Taylor it 045: Cen.ti timore, 27: WI'h.| Chicago, 1. t Farm of Canada the To T Fight For durth-fame,pUce Uiylon.t Reach Rob Ro"I.1urr 34.34-4i8 "1 have been studying pic. Moth are aiming high IU ir-
il AveniK, MI2.: 13I, and Phil Pitching ((5
DarbyMilre, the professional at er, Baltimore, 6-0, 1.000Ford: California; Paul Mellon's Vlr.Ilniabred two out In the 10th Inning ami Marty f'urro1 34.34-68 and suddenly reallrod that Iliad Junior lightweight-1 .JO pound -
Dig' : Cypiess There are no en. New York 11,1 1. 851. Quadrangle Roman Paul Barney 3.3368Swim l eon stupplug" 1 loo far lu the dUI by the various raisVlrla .
S 4
I ; scored the winning run In a
trfets and no greens< fwh.Doys Strikeouts w. ti.idilz:, Boston 'Brother, the mighty mite from City CrownForging cellar Or Ii.n. with the right foot across anxious for anothti all.4, t&uhUurritt"
Victory over
ind girls' from nine ((9) and t'oi d. New 'ork fB'hlutintl I Louts: E. Wolfson's Harbor View Nft<1o. +lwelling my' body soil of Mocking my. titleN.ih ... .

tn seventeen ((17) arc Invited tn \ h.#"ague" arm; Orientalist from John ahead thetlme schedule .' Volunteers Self bul j_; No.' ..7. i-r No..A- In the raiikli
plly' In the I local timinament, netting (ltO( jt hutsVi|. Silbreath's Darby Dan Farm; "Tonight ( Tliuriiday) In the among Carlos Ortiz' contende
Any I IHTSIMI who has not reach. lI.1ms. Chicago, .411 ; Mays, Sun (:>orgi? D. Wldcner's Brave Lad ,Gulf the Tournament annual City Champion.under way Wanted By City first few Innings I concentrated In the light& weight tIlt: .. h >ito >
td, his 18th birthday by' August Francis B, ,3C>. ind Herbert Allen's Shook andaalt'rmlnPd ship Tlie Recreation Department on making an adjustment) ktctp- graduate to a champi i.i
will lie at the Reach Club has pwgrefta; City la the right It felt bout,
IC, 10G4, eligible Puns-Miys, Ban (Nnilsro, I) Man were sched. t Is, looking for volunteer plug more
play. 44: Clements, Pittsburgh 34. tied to be dropped Into the en. to the final match In both the film. 1 hud my did pitching> Rl//arro has a 4i';'r.,' r. i
The winner of the local tour Run hutted In M,lys. San t ry box oday. Calbreith won championship and first night dl. t4 worker i to help conduct the rhythm buck, dating back; : t
moment/ will lw sent by the N a. Frmdsto. 44: Boyer, St. I Louis I ast year with Ctmteaugay. visions juimner swimming program at "As a nutter1 uf fort by' the starts he !Kt a dci'Islon\ to Ku,..
pies J.I} i """ to the Florida Jay. 41. With ight starters the race The last of the former city Lowderrullk Park Applicants fifth Inning I furg all abut It. ny [ ammo and Mofipe' I i ,
ire Junloi Golf Stile TourllI\e Hits-Will laft)*, Chicago, and till be worth $154,600 The win. champions Tom Abbott, was ell. should be good swimmers but Everything was coming natural Palmlvrl.Narvaet.
mint on June 28, 29, and 30. CliMiiente, Plttiiiurth| ( (il). ncr will earn the richest Oil. urinated In the semi-final round no teaching experlriico\ U necessary again 1 was throwing tlm way uiibt'uten sin r Oc,:,
This touiilimmt, will l>e hl'lllIt, Doubles-WUllanlc, Chicago, mint purse of $110,850with$23,. by F. Yates, 2up. Vales will call MI 2-3650 or ,I wanted to for the first lime 16, 1901, ttiliptxl Tony LI,i n,
Pine Mcidow Country Club in and tli-moiitp, pitlsliurgh 14.Trliles 500() for second $12,500 third and meet J. Fke In the final match drop by at the I Recreation Department this season." ban and outfm uted) Lull> M<.II'
the l Fustls.Um: .itilli area | Siiito' Chicago 5: 56,250; fourth There were orlgl.ially for the 1964 city championship.Yates olflce. In hulling his rio-liltt andIxKMitlng ) and Vincent Dorado thli
All golfers and potentlil, Rolf C.illlHon PhilikM'lilJ|' : Clemente 146 nominations at $100 won the right to playIn his record ti tI.t. Kou. Ills r.cortll.I J .lI.l.
arc are' urged h\ the N,'iples Jay. Pittslmrtfli) : Mate, 811f'ach, It costs another $250 to the final round by defeatingT. fax Joined the solucl circle of Blacarr?! U ,lUIhn-horn!: and
cei's (to enter tin loci: toiirnn.milit : Friiulsio, und for.) St. LouIs nter and an additional to Weeks, 2 and 1. li'lile, no-lilt (,Itrhers-Lawrence Kurvaot' Is- a Puerto Itti 1111'1.' .
NoiHiliyers have the oq| 4. ,start The two finalists In the first Junior Advisors Corci ran, Chicago Natlonul, lug In New Yi>rk.
port unity to learn basic lund,i. Home nms. Mara' Sin Fran, Post time Is 345 p.m., lET flight division are 01. Stevens 1880, 1883, 1881; Cy YoungI3i" The lo.rllulIlmalch\ will I o

mtntals. of the, dime by Joining! turn, IRVlliianm: Clilraito! with television. (CDS) scheduled and W, ckard. Eckard had to .... ..... I Ion American and Natlonul, carried on network (Allt) ) tulo.
the 1 Ity UtHrettloiilesHoiiswhkh and Mow .ird 1, LoS Angeles, 14. f or 3:30.4 p.m. and radio (CDS) go 24 holes before eliminatinghis Meet With Lesseri I IH37! 1904, 1908 widltotif, ellvr, vIsliHi at 9 p.m., tST
Mart June 8, 1904. These les. Stolfii bases_wiili, Los Anc f rom 3:40-4 p.m. semi-final round opponent, ROYAL PLEASUREQueen ClRvilihd i I \ Amorlian, 1910 13I,
sons are given by Pit by shite .'les; 20: ILir-wi. c Im Innati.II I rom the position of the sec. C. Pifer 1-up. Stevens won Elizabeth II registers delight On Recreation 1301! I Sonny mJ ltd
at nip C\ptess Gulf, Club ind I I. ,.ml choice to Hill Rise In the over A. llackett 4 and 3, while watching a polo matchat As If all this wuHii't enough, wore the only hc vywcmht 41 i ir
may lie obt,lined it iioinin cost. piti hi.i.!B (d! ,|W'\is Ions)-Far Kentucky I Derby and preiknesshe The final matches are scheduled Smith's Lawn near Windsor 1 he Junior Hocre lontioard, 'I the hdiidKiime All entries for the local tournament roll, INoton, :and Marlilni I Dancer has established him. to be completed not la. England. In which Prince which L an advisory group of 'itudli. City, Calif., via Brook. by siltlnj on their stools
are ieqiu'stetl" to l,.> Mil* sui' i/: MI i ISIQ. 8) .889. dlf as Inn shoipriced favorite ter than June 14, and It air I'hllip scored three goal to studeiiu d un the Junior art.,< u.

milled to Tayltic'r DlIl11: shire Slilki'ixils Kmifix': Los An I I le win the Derby by a neck pears a champion will bo named bring his team a 6.4 win.Yesterday's Senior High jtliooh, uu I< 1 '
by .'rltla) June U:, which U the e-iis: 81'| yr title.| i.os Ancele" : over Hill Rise and beat The this weekend or early next week, the city run'at Ion direct, ,ti i onWulinsday SIIKINEKSlDrop 1
deulltne for olll.I.I/lls. 74. j;, itndiel, now sidelined b)' an A number of former champ.cumpt.tlne WELCOME
In the 1064 tournament to plan program
have 1>eliminated\ during the to he put In OP"I i ailon ..I I,..", .,. .1
last three winks and a brand new the new recreation bullUIi!fl'i L, By

PERILS! OF POP.IT!? champ will be named. Among Completed ,
those who have held the honorIn Stars 'hula group of .wdccI,,i a And See Our .

Chasing pop Ales! offers all the past aret D. Roberts selected by LOuiond: i rwr, (nl-
sorts of perils for catchers. (the defending champ; F. Grls. Di) THE ASSOCIATED PHE68 dance counselor at th. Illgli
left, Gerald McNertney of wold; II. Sluttag; and T. Abbott. PITCHING Sandy KouUx School. Fine Varietyof

the Chicago White Sox dive D"<1gers, hurled the third no All maiIcr, pr'n.ill.li..", tin.
hitter of his major league ra ClothesAll
of the 'J I ecu I 1'00111I, the
into the dugout In his use
eager.
reer, allowing only one walk in
InternationalLeague nex hiilldinn will\be hr >up]; !,t before
Till.
ness to capture one Bob a 30 victor over PhllaiHfhW
del, gr-xif/' t I", .dl.tt.i. tku i.
man of Boston lower left Kmfax joined Dob Feller as the
beats a fan to the draw to only pitchers with three no hit, Julio| lesser fcrutlgr dlraoratya .-
pr4 his BI THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tens In post 1900 action IK, i "vet i ; ,
make retrieve. Lower
to I iv'iucli ar, t'I"I i I hO,', ,I.t.dt
right Merritt Ranew of the Buffalo :3 0. Toronto 2 2 BATTING Frank inward
Jr. I I.cerrail'"" I"'>> I, ,, .' .1 i ,
TI1 Cubs with Rochester 6. Syracuse' 4 Dodger, piovidud the run dressed
collides
Chicago hi,,,, up w ( .,
n
teammate Ernie Richmond 3, Jai('ksoru lie 0, K utax needed i with hi" 14th i
Banks as 4 t, mer,. a three run shot in the
ttK h they pursue a pop-up. Atlanta 8. ;'nlumbus0 i' renth Innli ?, iadc inaHiggins breezeI '


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of spring
a sure sign

when sprucing homeowner up their property begin, HOME & GARDEN living easy for families who are at-home both In and

For spring hat been the tradi- out of doors 1 1tt

tional season for cleaning Gone for good are the days when people lived their home
since early Biblical days whenIt I life within four walls! "
was customary to bring live- 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday June I, 1964 Today trend calls for total development of property and

stock Into the house or tent I outdoor areas are being put to full use in supplementing Indoor

during; winterNaturally, ]living and entertaining space and as built-in' playgroundand
when spring Most Homes Need Better I sports arenas
finally "sprung;' there was a In order to make maximum use of your available space, first
good deal of cleaning and repairing usess the family needs and functions you wish your outdoor
to be done, both Inside Wiring Brought Up to Date |area to fulfill Consideration should be given to the existing

and out.Toda.y. landscaping,sun!and wind exposure and the size and relationship
,spring cleaning not of structure to surroundings
If your home was built ten Modern
standards call for at
colorful custom but also "Rooms"
only a Add On Outdoor
or more years it almost
ago, s least two 120 volt
an essential operation In certain that your family and 20-ampereL If you need more space in your house, why not add on
maintaining a high and circuits to serve plug-In appliances "rooms" by means of porches, sun decks terraces or patios ,-
,
the house Itself will benefit plus individual circuits 'f...t.- '''-
healthy standard of "liability" For example,a deck or porch near the kitchen might substituteas
from an electrical modernization rrluxlnf Patio; drown
C''I..rt..ininc or wasroofrd
for major equipmentsuch PLAN .I PITIO to mule more room for family dining
replace-
through repairs, Job. Oood enough in its a dining room Your addition doesn't necessarily have to iWnng, ulununumwrwn II
the of luww HutXimr
as electric range, with vinyl l building panrle in white to nwl.h riding
ments and remodeling. be attached to the house A house
day, an old-fashioned wiring refrlgerator-freezer.dishwash- gazebo, tea or sun deck in tiding and drrontite furni.l.ma. romplrte the lnd.M.r.oiilcl..or living area.rFME ;
Start your sprlnlspruceuprllht system cannot deliver the er-dlsposer, automatic washer the yard or by the barbecue pit or pool will provide plenty of
now by running down "housepower" needed for the! space and all the privacy you need to entt tain without disturbing -
and electric clothes dryer, In
this checklist of potential the rest of household.
wide array of electrical equipment addition there should be at your ''''-'''''' H
trouble spots and lighting which most least one duplex convenience The trend to outdoor living has made many people realize Favored Outdoor Rooms

On the Hoof American families need and outlet for every four feet of that there's no place like home for leisure-time fun. Many a .
Inspect roof for shingles want. kitchen backyard now serves as a playground for both adults and Patio fJ
counter Deck
which have been torn loose or Survey the System children Families are leading the sporting life in concrete Now Are ,
curled upward by wind. These and grassy game areas that provide full backyard facilities fora i
should be nailed, or cemented Even In many homes which variety of Individual and team sports ranging all the With growing emphasis on on stilts treehouse fashion
have been built quite recently, Plan OutletsLighting outdoor living the areas that but without a tree
down with a liberal dab of way from lawn tennis, basketball and badminton to shuffleboard "
roofing cement. inadequate electrical capacityand fixtures should be and horseshoe. ;l.. .: serve this way of life are becoming One reason for the growing

On the roof,check condition Insufficient outlets place Installed to provide general Before constructing your /.. tt" Increasingly Important popularity of these wood decksis

of mortar around chimney, irritating restrictions on enjoyment Illumination, plus supplementary own game area, It Is Importantto ground lights and hidden '' .r the trend toward building
and look for holes, cracks or of electrical living. lighting over the sink and consider its location In relationship "spots" In trees. .. 'is. Not too long ago outdoor houses on sloping tracts of

corrosions In metal! flashings Almost any home improve under cabinets to the sun (This is For privacy, plant"screens" ...J. living meant a front or side land. A deck Is an easy way of

If severely damaged,the flashing ment job will require some If you are redecorating especially important for tennis of shrubs or put up panels or >', .. .. .. porch, But the porch Is rapidly providing a flat surface where
should be replaced (Call In electrical work, So, why not eral living areas, strategically and badminton courts.) Check fencing. Game areas can be ... ." U."appe..i ing from the scene, there Is none naturally, Sucha
a professional roofer for this let the electrical contractor placed lighting fixtures the velocity of prevailing defined and sheltered by ." ... since nowadays, the porch Is deck can be easily construe-

Job.) Minor cracks or small survey the entire wiring system perhaps with dimmer controls winds, and, as a good neighbor, means of shrubs and trees arranged ... .. often enclosed for year-round ted of Western Pine region
rusted areas can be repaired ? It will be far more eco can work magic on colors, take into account how the play so that a portion of the .... <.< 11".b .. living and called a family lumber,

temporarily by coating with a nomical to have needed Im fabrics and art objects, areas will affect the appear- open area is concealed, room. Trellises, sun shades and
heavy layer of roofing cement. provements made all at onetime And, don't let the new decor ance of surrounding proper- Modern backyard gardening The popular outdoor living sun screens lend height and

Check gutteri and downspouts be marred by trailing exten .makes extensive use of port- rooms are now patios and give the garden an added dimension -
for damaged connec- For Instance, you may be sion cords and "octopus" ties.The most tempting additionto able planters and terrace tubs. decks The patio has come to It would otherwiselack

tions and clogglngs Refasten planning to modernize your plugs! Have additional outlets a private playground is the Another easy and Interesting : : PKOYIDIS IW.lift for mean any outdoor living area and also serve as a framework '
hangers which have worked kitchen, or to create a laundry Installed to accommodate backyard swimming pool with possibility for the homeownerwho backyard well pri- within prescribed boundaries. over which flowers and
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.orn..r.
loose, and remove debris col- area for the electric washer portable lamps, TV and hl-fl its many advantages of privacy wants"decoration"' with- and protection.. Drrornlrilwilli The deck is a variation of the vines can climb

lected during winter, and dryer, in the locations you prefer.Here's convenience and recreation out drudgery is the Oriental- vary trellis, planter .butin.I patio-really a wooden-floored In addition to flowers and

Around the \l'Hill every member of thefamuy style garden consisting largely ....n..h. it's built <)f rrdwoocl patio-which may be as simpleor shrubs, another WP of giving
Examine clapboard shingle can enjoy.For of stones and statues. elaborate as a fa::.'Y'1 Individuality to the outdoor

siding for cracks or rotted How families living In rented needs and pocketbook dictates, living area Is by fencing or

places. Prompt application of homes, or not yet ready to These may be merely open fence panels

caulking compound or white Invest in a permanent pool, areas exposed to the sun completely .

lead putty will prevent moisture Do One Home Job the above-ground pool pro- I kHere's However, an overhead
from entering. In severe vides the perfect way to get sunshade of wood can be designed
cases, replace shingles or In the swim during warm the Answertighten rnI to seem an extension

length of clapboard at soon as Then Sit and ItBy weather without driving I I I from the house roof This pro- IFIX-.Tp.
possible Enjoy through heavy traffic to the vides an area both shaded and

Fill minor cracks In brick, nearest beach or lake By ANDY LANG the screw. This will secure from showers for added

stucco and other masonry Ideal for Youngster* AP Newsfeoture force the other end of the screw patio or deck pleasure.
VIVIAN BROWNAP
walls with caulking compoundor These pools are Ideal for above the surface: on the other then be
N.w.f.oturtl Writer Adjacent areas can Grease Gone
patching cement.. Do same the youngsters and can be QUESTION: wife gave side. Hit this end of the screw covered with an open sunshade have noticedoil

with cracks or openings In Dole out those home building projects one at a time, easily dismantled and stored me the job of sharpening a with a ball peem hammer after that consists of a decorative Perhaps you the
walks, patios and other con- when not in use. And, of placing: the scissors: on a flit or grease spots on
vertical
wood Or
is the advice of one do-it-youiielfer. pair of scissors I sharp- pattern. a cement of your garage floorIt
crete surfacesCheck surface: Hit it once, then tryout
course If move can
you you fence
exterior of house for "You should see the list of handyman projects my take your pool along with you ened them and appear to the scissor*, If they still do not sunshade louvered baffle such can as a set off one or happens to all of us at

worn, blistered or peeling wife has prepared for me," he writes.. She goes through In your design for outdoor have put keen edges on cut hit the screw again and make area from another. cne time or another.

p aint' all the magazines, catalogs newspaper building sectioni living, there should be pro- both blades But for some the teat once: more The idea is If you would like to remove -
Examine window heads and vision made for the childrenas to hit it just the right amount of A deck need not be adjacentto these spots, try this ,
for months and clip: out reason they still won'tcut
lintels framing above win times to gel the right result If a house level, although it little trickSprinkle: I
well as adults. Reserve a
dows and doors) for deteriorating everything aha cm find in the Guttering Is play area for swings, slides, ; in fact, they won't you hit it too many times, you adds convenience to have a dry cement over
of home and Improvements (
grounds -
caulking and replace Wiy When Ih. has a box sandbox or wading pool. For even cut paper. Can you may force: the blades too close dining deck near the kitchen, t the grease and oil spots. It
wherever required. Check safety sake, consider fencingin tell me why this it? together which: I* why you test or a deck for entertaining as should absorb ihem
full of picture: tome with directions
window panes for cracked .ha hand II0 me, en- Key to Long the children section of the ,after each: blow. .. an extension of the living Then to (clean ,just 1
putty t. peeling: that I will run ng>l out yard, ANSWER: It could be any tine Should your scissors not have ,room t6 facilitate the flow of sweep up the soiled, dry
dean,. patch and paint and atari building and digging*' Although' people enjoy the ota number of reason. The a'acrew: arrangement, but just traffic and conversation. cement. It may take more
screens Use metal corner House Life edge might be sharp, but not a rivet, follow the same principle: than one application forInitial
It annoys him that aha doesn't casualness of outdoor living of Any site In the garden that !
hitting end of the
one rivet removal
beveled But the
brackets to reinforce screen properly. most
much also want the conveniences
the labor Involved they
realize : individual famIly -
Maintaining healthy roof and then testing each: timeThe appeals to the from time to h
which a i that Apply
frames have begun to probable reason the again I.
such
less the planning, and he lays of Indoors, as com- for deck
chance this be chosen a
: are will do the may
drainage system Is ImportantIn blade time needed
work loose at corners, furniture ire not accurately: adjusted as
it'i because: he made earlier assuring long life throughout fortable adequate to each other Scissors trick. If it doesn't, you've a private sunning corner,
J
About Foundations project: look ao OilY the house. lighting and a measure of privacy depend for their cutting action: probably sharpened the scissorsimproperly on top of the garage, or adJacent I

Check ground around foundations "What she really asks me to Lack of proper gutters and on the meeting of the two blade and will have to get to the garage or carport.
for holes left by washouts do la become: architect: : builder downspouts often results In Lighting Ip YardToday' edge. If they do not come together them sharpened professionally You could even build a deck r:11S(I
and planner on project: not lawn furniture is
and fill them with layersof every damage to the structure, strip- properly, they will not
to mention the boodle of cash: lightweight and imaginativelystyled nun!
sand or gravel, topped with Ings on the sides of the house, cut: no matter how sharp the
these arty project: would take. In a variety of decors,
around
sod at grade level erosion of the ground edges are.
Repair foundation cracks !She enpectjme: to do the job the house, with water Inflltra- The backyard can be lit effectively Planning Open
with a pitch base waterproof- overnight on a shoestring budget, lion through basement walls. by a combination of Ulhere Is a screw: arrangement A
he and before the end of -
Ing cement that can be applied summer aayi she'd like to have all i iy the Roof Drainage Manu- PATIOor For
with facturers Institute,
tool
a pointing ,
the project: done that she hasher
trowel or putty knife Pronounced leaks are danger

Look for signs of termites "She'd!heart tike set on.a small tool shed signals Always examine the Repairing Your Business
around all foundation walls eaves under the root after the a ra
.
o thaf lawn mower, garden tools ROOF?
crawl spaces and basement and other outdoor work equipment rain
areas. Eliminate all possible could: be neatly ature.d" (only If you find wet spots or discoloration In ourbeautiful
connections between the leaking water that
the picture she has shown him
ground and wooden parts of is In an area about as large II has worked along the framing Ask About A new
the house. and through the walls discolored Colonial
their present house placed: in a
HomeImprovement
Indoors check for cracked rock (and woodland letting that siding, or tiny streaksof brick

plaster or wallboard, split, would have done the Isle architect : sunlight on rafters or walls
worn or loose floor tile, Frank Lloyd Wright proud) In unfinished attics or basement building at

cracked basement masonry; Her rose arbor designed for a there must be a leak LoanTHE 979 lat Ave.
overloaded electrical circuits, dozen plants would pale the gardens somewhere, and It should be

cracked or stained plumbing in a botanical park, he found and fixed North .
fixtures: and worn, split or points out, and "the ststuary Clean out all gutter debris at ;
loose stair treads. and risers. she plan was a photograph from least semi-annually, At the ? r
Olve the home heating and a muaeum." same time, check for corrosionand
hot water system an annual At one point he offered to spots where paint Is flaking Bank of NaplesMember BEACH i.

tune-up and adjustment Call build a small flagstone terrace off Remove dirt and paint
In a service man for this Job. orf the dining room (his own with a wire brush and apply Cabinetsand t
Outside, look for fenceposts idea) but she said it was too metal primer paint to affectedarea FDIC

which have worked loose; mall for a large party inside gutters
bushes or trees which have "And I really cringed: when Paint a matching or contrasting "

split or are leaning against the the sauna became popular, because coat on the outside. Millwork
house;weakened TV antennas; I knew that sooner or later When Inspecting gutters RYANFRSS.
damaged pipes and warped or a picture of one would find it* take a stiff brush along on the Ml 2-3441
split boards in porch /floors or way into our little box. But this first climb. It will help you
exterior walla time, she suspected that I would dislodge debris. Look for places !
blow my top so pinned to the where gutters may have ripped 'w FREE ,
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photograph was a note that if I loose, for opened seams corroded -

Put could make it large enough for or rusted sections Be Come In f
a 'CeilingOn ,
10 people we might be able to sure no water stands in the k

Old CracksCracked open the sauna to friends and gutters ,. ." ..... --... I 3 PC. GARDEN TOOL SET And See
neighbor and make it pay." When you make necessary SOAKERSPRINKLER
OR LAWN
peeling bath That Idea threw him into sucha : drainage repairs or replacements BETTER 'EN WIIITEWASII-"The Observer" is what \ Ourl'tlodel

room ceilings are an eyesoreto fit of hysterical laughter, he there one essentialrule Robert Moulthrop of Washingtonville, N.Y.. calls his A- WITH EVERY GALLON

any homeowner, but especiallY says, that she didn't apeak to to follow: don't mix shaped art garage It's a real eye-catcher for autoists \
to one who has him for a week metals. A galvanic action is set OFJAURY'sINTERIOR

recently completed a .remodeling There' no doubt that some up in metals In the presence of __ Kitchen
Job. Heat and women do try to keep their husbands water, and the metal lowest on
moisture from the tub- occupied: : at .various involved the galvanic scale" breaks FINISHES
tasks which are beyond
down rapidly.
shower area cause this aggravating -
condition their skills, only to min the opportunity Use of a very low-cost material BirdVatching?

Many homeowners are of having the lawn ) for unseen gutters, witha 'PaU4i1uu ce featuring
taking steps to eliminate mowed or a ahelf put up in the more attractive material for NO. Builder

this problem in the future kitchen.: do downspouts will only lead to looking for a INTERIOR LATEX WALL PAINT Hardware
Many men enjoy planningand They are
plastic-sur new problems lOOn.maTi11T &
by installing building, combining t hobby Beautiful matte finis ivuljble ins
faced hardboard blocks.The i e Micas
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those fellows gel bored with the {'IH'1.L
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high heat and humidity instead of going on to somethingnew easy witch, it ready
conditions and never require at the completion of each: plant to grow* you rcmode1! your ho.... a. mutd !pices. ----- WATCHFor
painting or reftnlshing job. Try < philodendron! It
grows better than most other StMltLOSS ENAMEL Our
Easy. to handle, the 16" Perhaps to there a I no more house plants found inside FIVE YEAR HOME IMPROVEMENT LOAN Available in s thousand custom tinted colon, match-
reason expect a man who excel -
square blocks can be put upright in his regular job iniur- most modern homes. leg all other UPiris ennt Finishes/ this It the product CRANDOPENING
old cracked They do well that is, as ned GO FIRST to f ,
over mice man or advertising txecutiv : For your every banking to use for easy dusting and wash-
ceilings Tongueandgroove to be a whu at building long as they are kept warm ability An Ideal finish for kitchen
edges simplify installation than it would be to expect builders moderately moist and out of Pint National Bank and bathroom/ walls, on woodworkand "DO-IT
direct
Wallboard adhesive to take over their cubs and sunlight. cabinet
Is used lo secure a skills at t moment' notice They are usually grown on of Naples YOURSELF"
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however, which may SPECIALS
Plastic-surfaced hard- Host: BlVIPtK Federal Deposit Insurance Corp !IIt's
board also comes In four- Don't throw away old garden not fit into the scheme of
foot panels and 16" x 8' hose A strip of It placed alonga things in your home. I I Federal Reserve System 937 4th AVE., N., NAPLESPhone

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Band Boootera- _S..dy Mafrpl )46'2 A NEW: EATING PLACE at an old familiar spot will i oivn l tonight when ___... /> ;,7. ., "'!Jtit __ .. .. --.- -.. _.. __ y
:,' Beta Stoma Phi Delta Ne Nee aN...' I 201, dye Cove Restaurant serves its first dinners It i'ocatorl' on the site
XI Beta i1.. .. .. new FOOD AND DRINK f Is they' I 1,1)i <, F," !, ff ac Arthur James, head
Mre Flod .
Beach Club itf the Old Cove Restaurant whore Neapolitans dined for \o.\is and i.IN'rt is chef at the Island Hut Nap! ,, built over the water
Women's. Golf A.... Mr*. W.. : .. 111'11 -t t i. 'lt i t i ml
Board of Realtors J* t. --.1 ..- of the Tahitian Cove Congress Inn A second I''stal'l"nnt in the Com- as part of the Tahitian Cove rviyl i.'vs Inn i 1\;. Rasmus, baiti>nd .'r at

Boy Brookslde Scouts Villact A..nBnsinem MUr4;l <.*......._... ....., H In. the Island Hut, will be open for dinner and cocktails Saturday night. the Hut ; Lutz S<-hwaru, HIM.I; i *'hd t ut tin lobe Restaurant on the site

and Prof. Women fit,.. ,*.. Mertey .4641 (NEWS photo) of the "Old Cove ;" and Wilh.mi Chailea Ilinkle matre d'hoUl, at
the Conjl't'lIIlnn complex 'i'In- Cove Restaurant and ro'ktaillounKe
Chamber" of Commerre new )
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Cheerful Lowers (Diet Club Mombq .a"! State Sales Tax are scheduled to open tonight and the Island Hut tomorrow nufhl
Civil Air Patrol er. ..- M4J114IH Amos 'N' Andy Back On Air (NEWS: : photo)
Civil Defense, City Robert B..4.r Collection Over --- ------ -
Civil Defence, County Tommy Kfht ,."U
i Coot Guard Auilhiry A. I". A.PHtUI. I.IUI $200 Million Mark mllllim in Mal based ,on Irani- harp dl"i In collections of I ho Jack Ruby GetsTranquillizers
Collier Co. C n..r. Com Coper Tow *ea4 1.1'11' Despite Nearo ProtestsCHICAGO TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Florl...i .action i In i April. This was an increase new flue IMM ont tax on spoils
Collier Co. Demo Club W'. H. Hi..nlnt I.U'" di's sales tax collections, re., of It pen cent over col. equipment, I that Is collected ,it
Collier 00. D.", Ex. Com H. R. dmwballHirliS 1.1:28.: fleeting the higher taxes lm
Collier Co. Ins. Agent ) R. ReneLeonard .- t.uu (AP) Amos 'n Edwin Berry, director of the posed by the hilt LojrUl.ilure,,, month last year from this i IIX, which Is Nrmarked detuned sla>'.i J"'k Ruin has
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Collier ('.0. Med. Society J. C. GarUml, King M.D. > 2-3(51 And returned to Chicago televl Chicago Urban League, acid climbed past the f200 mllllnr:i The month's iidlertlons boo*. fin rxpinM'ii of tune state ,,,,I. starred taking II mquili/er pills
Collier Co. Mental Health AMU. J. F. Franklin. Ph,D. I.'''4 lion Thursday night with an off "Weigel represents the shallow mark last month Collier Co. T. B. Thelma Cold I.un screen chorus of protest from kind of understanding that un. State revenue' director J, E d I lollerted since July I, the Mart from $ II>!'IIHHIHID) |pre. I II u IIfIHIIIIh for what then ill Ills "psy
Conservation Officer Ben WMtehetd 2-2471 Negro civil rights spokesmen. sophisticated people have of Straughn said that the Income' of the current business year I to'7.000) in May rluitl. (lt>I'I'I'II""I1. adoitiisild, ,
Contractor's Aiwoclalion F. B. Sckrerk 2-412 "Tonight Inaugurates the long, race relations." from the tax was "fairly rer Cypress Grange Mtrten Snow WY 2-2072 hot summer," snapped Chuck There were no demonstratorsat tain" to reach the $228.mllliui u i U giant l that the lax will prwltice showed ., "." luw u't $762,88J, A source 1'111'0 to the Ruby
DeMolay Walter A. Brehm 2-S857 Stone, editor of The Defender, the station when the evening estimate for the current fist:I I all It was forecast for and hot( drnpplll, i i.' tl I l-\4 million.Dnn't femUr svl a Negro dally newspaper. show went on the air The rerunsof year, In which one month r.... there was a possibility that col. operator( Mmoi the pills
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Eastern Star -- Gertrud GryphaaWm. 2-S3H But as much as civil rights the television show started In mains. loittons wiMiltl IxI"I1III .?3fl mil. lie A Litterbug were poUon.
Fart Naples Civic Aced A. F-dwiTl. 2-95S5 leaders deplored It, some said 1951 will bo shown twice a The Ihr(>lpt'r tent lax ut i lion.
Elks Club W. Roy Smith 2.4758Exchange they wished there were more In week sales and uses produced $20.1 l Ills miHithly, report Ihnwt'd aDON'T Friday June :5. 1HI COLL1PK: COUNTY NEWS 7 I Isizea
Club ____ ___ G. V. Sweet 2.3116 1
dlcnatlon among average Ne

Girl Scouts Mn. Alice Tlmberlake" 2-S830 groes. '
Greater Naples. Panhellenlc __ __ Mn. Carl Hauber 15570H.art Stone, whose paper largely t .), .' ; 1IIiIIjt.; .
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serves Chicago's 900,000 Ne. ( ,1-: : =miIifJ1ti'ttk
AiuociationHlitorical ; 'tt :
Mri. C. R. Pearaons 2-47SS green, said ha thinks the pro j 't
Society Fred HamlinMri. .. 2-6006 gram Introduced "the long, hotlIummer" .; I : ; : .
HMpital Service No. 1Hospital Oncar Yanson 2-5668 : ,, '
Service No. 2 Mr.. Wm. GracelyMrs. 2-4528 of troubled race rela ..I '
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Humane Society Lori Keller 2-5527 tlons for two reasons: "First, ; i, t" !
white people all like It. Amos 'n' t.... J ..
JaybeesJaycees Hub Ran <. 2-4847 Andy really Is funny No doubt ,"1;<'-. t
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about It."But .
Jaycee Wives Mr. Betty Roe 2-4463
Kiwanis Chance Vodopirh 2-3349 I dealt that most white
Knights of Columbus Bill Humphrey <. 2-4225 people can watch that show and \
Lake Park PTA Clifford Wentel 2-4442 say to themselves that all Ne. ;
Lion. Dr. William Barrett Jr. 2-3735 groes aren't like thai They ji l,
Lions Auxiliary Marl,. Boyd 2-2647 can't. And first thing you know, n.. '

MlHODKMOOM ____ Everett Shellhorn 2.5281 one of them is going to be call.
Dale Uhlich 2-3858 ing some Negro, 'Hey, Amos; ,
"Second, I'm a little disturbed II
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Multiple Listing Service Haven Hammer 2-5055 about what It can do to young ,,'I I '

Naples Civic A,*ociation Frederick D. UnkeferMr 2-4245 Negroes who are growing up, I
Naplea) Classroom Teachers Assn. *. Brandt Watson <. 2-3161 who are searching for racial U on' !
Naples Clocking Assn.Naplea Bill Grant 2-4957 pride. I'm afraid It will make U. }', /
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Community Concerts Asin. M. H. Boynton 2-4577 them hate white people even 1 : \ 1" A
Naples Community Hospital Assn.Naple Mrs A. R. Staley 2-614J more." : }
Duplicate Bridge Club A. A. Anderson <. 2-4125 But, he conceded, there tl ii' ; a {
Garden Club Mr. John Burnham 2-2769 .
; Naples hasn't been an uproar In the Negro r .
Naples Junior Woman'a Club Marge Hendry 2-3939
communlty.Most Negroes
Naples Orchid Society Mr Tlielma Groendyke 2-3978 are
t Naples' Park Area A run. _- __ Dr. Harold Hulpieu 2-2224 Just going to watch It and enjoy,

1 Naples) Player Quarterback Club Jack Don MemmerNaplea Steele<. 2-4272 2-5173 It.John" Weigel, president of I OO i\\

Naples) Senior Citiiens___ ___ Stanley Bennett 2-5918 Ms WCIU-TV station, defended as "an all-time the show cUs-on >
Naples Senior High PTA Alan Foster 2.2955 "
Naples Shell Club _'_ __ __ Mrs. Helen Homer 2-5652 sic.
'1 think It In no way degrades
Naple Shrine Club _____ Pres. Carl Clemmer <. 2-3643 The
or stereotypes the Negro.
Naples Tenni Club Jgliu Lesser 2-24S9 people In the show live on a high
Naples Woman'* Bowling A..n. Lillian Miller< 2-4595 ,
live In
don't poverty
Naples Woman' Club Mrs J. G. Seaberg. 2-4078 level." They -
North IV aples Civic Aun. George GeiilerOrgtnic.Gardening 2-5083 ,

Club of SW. Fla Reida De Coil 2-4973 .

P. O. F Sisterhood Mr. A. A. Anderson 2-4125
Pilot Club Mri, Randy Hackney 2-4682 'Ask Not' New

Republican of Collier ('". Murphy Comb 2-3897
Retired Persons, American An of Frank Blair 2-2568
Rotary Club Mile Scofleld 2.4323Sslyation
Armyftnadowlawn __ __ Don Page 2-4870 Song WrittenBy

PTO Mr. George UMMri. 2-4580
St. Ann' Guild Henry Lowe 2-3764
Sunshine Shuffler* Harold Glazer 2-2274
swamp BuggyToastmasteM Joe Belye <. 2-2685 WillsonHOLLYWOOD i'f ,

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Club Bruce Mnmm 2-2189
Toastmlstres Club Linda Sauchelll 2-605 (AP) On his r
television special Wednesday
United Fund Gen. C. E. Jung 2-227 night Meredith Willson Intro.

Veterans of Foreign War Donald Gillecpie I.a 177 duced t new song, one which
Veteran' of Foreign War Alt. Mr*. Dor* Bomberger" 2-S27 may endure as long as his "78
Vitro Wires less Keefer 2-2484 Trombones"

Writers' Forum Phyllis Luiem 2.4981 It Is one of the simplest songs
ever written by the music man,
yet It proved the most difficult
to compose. Five months of labor
f' TV Radio : went Into Its composition w
The whole project was started
t NEW YORK (AP) When a o<< nice-"Is in an area In by two words on the tele f
woman's role thai demands a which I need |o stretch myself. phone A halt-year ago, Willson
flood of tears turns up In a tel.I It Is very Important for an ac. received a call from Frank
I evislon dfamatlc series, one of tress to keep all her skills Loesser, the noted tunesmlth
the first names that pop Intoa limber." who publishes Willson's Conga
director's mind Is Joan Hack Her profitable and convincing Loesser told him he should write
" eU. weeping really started after the a marching song
Joan, In spite lof her abilityto sudden end of what started out "And then he told me two ,
produce big, beautiful sad as a glorious television ro words that made me fall on the
tears on cue, Is a happy, ambl. mance. Originally she was castas floor," recalled Willson.
tlous and carefree young wo. the fiance of the younger The words were "Ask not.'
lawyer In CBS' "Defenders." With President John F. Ken
man.Joan will be weeping again But after a couple of episodes nedy's assassination! still freshIn
tonight, In the NBC Bob Hope had been shot of the then-new his mind, Willson hesitated 'oilsa"
series It was decided that a 1 ,,
,Theatre program, "Echo of He suggested Loesser should un.
Evil," but although slightly permanent romance would restrict dertake the project-"after all,
the activities of character wrote pretty darned good
bored with her specialty, she you
enjoyed the part. Kenneth Preston, so she disap. song called, 'Praise The Lord
peared with a stroke of the and Pass The Ammunition.' .
play a drug addict who be.
comes what I suppose you calla writer's pen. But Loesser said he felt Willson
Most Interesting weekend pro. could handle the job better
lady of the evening, she
said. "It Isn't a very big part, gram Is tonight's 90.minute CBS So Will son began

but the It's tears.pretty And good after, aside all from the documentary. Eisenhower with recalling Gen.,DwightD. during theme''I ,worked" he said.and reworked'"No matter the YOU READ BEFORE YOU BUY ? I IPl'opJe

nuns lye played, the characterDEATHS a return to the scene, the D. what I combined with the
Day invasion of France on the words, 'ask not what your
I eve of the 20th>> anniversary. country tan do for you,' It
didn't sound right.
"After weeks of effort, I de.
medic NEWTON Carleton, Mass., novelist(APJ, drama.-Mar. Slater HeadingFor clded on the form of a Negro Novspaprr ads. Magazine ads. I can linger with a printed prircs at their own pace. will pay to promote it in print

list and shorUstory writer, died words spiritual.? After Why all did, the I need title is other re. Catalogs and brochures, This is page: two minutes, V minutes, They can rip out a printed ad where people on the brink of

Thursday. Windy City peated three times in 'He's Got where sales get started. This i is tea They can come back to it save it, show it to frieMfa, make buying can get their hands on 11.

NEW YORK (AP)- re. HalB. For Board MeetJohn Then The Whole for a World closer In, His the Arms line Is.' where people turn to ferret out againandag Thcycancom- notes on it, clip coupon They Print nukes sense because print

Cook of Billboard, 48, wife magazine of the publisher the used again. And my closing line the facts which allow an intel. part one product with another can and they do. PflftIf *! drat -a\sale

Wednesday music-record of weekly leukemia., died on don Drive.H. Slater Naples of 1s 3064.travel-Gor was'Ask already what' you written can do for for your met ligent buying detWon. They can study styles, feature, you've !sotnethtaf IV ml>, it

log 10 Chicago for the first country,
The cr-jpoter added a verse
board meeting of Automatic about "13 Puny Little Colonies" One of a series presented bj the Print Advertising AlIi fIilfIM( altd
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP- Retailer of America, Inc. to to be sung to the alternating
Miss Katharine Seymour Day be heUMa that city.
snap-rattle of field drums, plus
former suffragette who was Sitter an ARAdlreetorsaldthe .
a WUisonesque rundown of American
largely responsible for pres rv. session win Inaugurate a occupations.All ,
Ing Mark Twain Hartford company policy of holdlrw quarterly this was: done In absolute /
home, died Thursday in her board meetings at key cities secrecy When he decided to Introdnre ; 0oll
of Q1
homes former residence
Harriet Beecher Stowe. In which the food service the song on the first of Jjt Ntnt
his three summer television specials $ '
Miss Day, M, was descendedfrom and vending company opera- back
he held the music
Thomas Hooker, the Congregational tes. ARA serve business, In- before
from the cast until just
clergyman who was dust ry. school college hospital final rthearsal. The musk bust t
the fathers of and clients In
among founding government tidal
he
ness being what It Is,
Hartford. She also was related and Puerto
40 states Rico. want to risk pirating of the dea.
to the famed Beecher family,

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these Meyer Harbor, N.Y., boxes are just a stone's throw JII'' in Hanover serves II e wind indicator end whimsical' FRENCH TOUCH- Pans has introduced a control into the base of a second.generation orbiting solar observatory .
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IAnnouncementsPI.AU JOBS STUDENTS WANTEDBY 38-Autos For Sale 48-Apts. For Rent 57 Houses For Sale FIRST CONVENTION' HALT in the Naples area is In operation this woelt.


BEAUTY SALON Words Don'tMean : bo.""n too'' "thao ottcieneyapi SUMMER SPECIAl' S end at the Tahitian Cove Congress Inn. With a sentmjf cnpncltv of 500 I

IU Mldw.y C: ?....,Jig3BoafsMoton."',;-'"- .." any H.h, typo Se"oo'sunrener' en age.ploy".nl II. d.sres" I 118'_Ni P. ytb.c Ml : S9I9 idren 4/tll Ml' B brdroom'ana naw wall CBS to hone wall .clouUlrga ,u,,...I pel-sons, the hall is equipped with a television camera and apparatus for

phono M'' 2 Sill A Thing 'lbdm- 'I"n "If iii kitchan cuttom bkrpad ",,'" broidcastiiiK programs held in the hall by closed channel television to
borcn ,
Aeees. H.gh Seool. boy... 16-d.; The difference, you pay willturpnta vale lady sot prf kitchen Ml 2 6J29 Oily Coupleor 9/4.51 e.bn"I.rral o La'go blurs "l.in"one G 5Ciln5 ', other parts of the hotel complex (NEWS photo)

sInes .u"'.... .ploy".nt Any you Check with u. h..I Corpo,1 aod I.nd. ,
Iypo work CaIr.en ..p.r.nca today and ... Wa'r not fool
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Offered
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Chris ; ;- o..nOlSID
Z6 Craft 1wb; ;
Bill Folkartt Phone Ml' 24175 !
S S. Red Depth F 49-Houses For Rent 000 00 100 Trail Terrece ILFIh1,1tt1S
Equip 13500 BRUNK Compl Sonlor gri dW-wm--;;; ;;; ins N Naolat Phone Ml 2.2461.

CHRIS CRAFT"" ALES" SMITH Midway ploy".nl Shorthand and IypIn. '3 Coiy I".nooh.d 2 bedroomhouat [WrVf m Fog Our Greatest Enemy On
I.m op..n..d ttsphanlfHail CORVAIR ", on... I dr. Bucket ,
l/13t C ty wattr East NapiatYear DRIVER'SLICNSE
Phone WY 2 3141 seals. AT. RAH WSW 58-Lott For SoleVIgterfr001 I
TRADE"" Gaiane 4 Dr AT PSR4.H round I'5 00 MI 21736 "
OR SELL ij'"" Simon girl d.r.oytyPO,; ; FORD '/. 51stirrr DURING WHIR '

20 Crisbink fb., ..,... tovr employment for summa Ph WSW YOU wIll< keys 'I".. i Lots urn MONTH r
.d. head cenvai iw.n 35 up Ml' 25960 (2 bedroom turn home 712 An Vindcrb Bch Ettatat D-Day Says Maxwell Taylor T
Electramotic Johnun Molar S.norinide.n.ssaorsnem BUICK, .p...., Conv V.t. AT derton Dr No Neplat. near Lot I block' L unit '
Good condition' oni owner Ml I p'oy".n'' con type Pr.t.rs RAH PS WSWII new Saa Gate School Ml' 2.JIM Let 1 blocs J. unit 2 PUBLIC NOTICE ," .
24261. after i om if4.1.1 Clerical, work Claudia Combi after 4 P M &/, If I! 100 cash for both loIs Phone

Phono MI 236"1 CADILLAS D.Villa 4 dr hi RENTALS or write. Don Holland 740 I Ill IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EDITOR'S NOTE-"It was all there was no time to be s. ired.It .

5-Butineu Opps. AT PB PS. PW P.Seet A/C. Avenue. Treatura l Inlsad Fli TWELFTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT' OF .o fasoln' ;itlng there was no lime was the greitest: show ever
64 H. S .raduaIs desIres toni Phone U07454
me, 'p'oy".nl' 10 hip, ...,Ihcoli. RAH WSW 2 bedroom furnIshed, home. 1/74 Ml THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND to be srirwl." So It was on Dnuy put on for s soldlei 's Ole There
FOR COLLIER COUNTYIN
Cadillac De Villa
Cpa fully
Near See
Gate School \
Horn end b uosn.pi for tale' ...sop.nsss E op..ne.dH. equipped, 1100 00 tot TVbfln city Maslsw.r CHANCERY _Tune 6, 1944-recalls On. was plenty going on..-overvbodv.
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Buint* I 0,00, of ho", inIslisrIte Phone.. transportatIon 2.217S R.ck A"ek 'IMPERIAL crown 2 dr. hi 2 bedroom furnIshed, apt and water 11000 Reel Cute No 7007 Maxwell 1). Taylor then the shooting at sotncthlnr
building' Sacrifice for good termt Bill Leach. Realtor FRANCES E BOSTICK
RAH "ice
AT. PS. PB. PW 90 00
Cool or ,lerge an peyment High School' boy detlret any WSW (51 9th Av* S Ml J,emEoqJln. Tic. Florida. brand now commander" of the con was I great! thrill to get

Naw Bon 1737 A > Collier, County type of summer employrrAge RAMBLER amer Wagon. AT I b.doo" unlunl..d ..pt..Iov IIUI .t HiPlaintiff I.' 101st Airborne Division, now the out of the Ilr"lanp1.; Jumped

l/ll If Phone Eric Staele MITyp" RAH A/C and .f. 1150 Sand-.Ti>irrdT "nntl* nation's
-- 2 4 I IIt LUCY ANN SALAS top mlllUry man a* from a height of 500 feet, l Ipav.

60 WE local.on |t 000 Owner, Mid JOE SALAS chairman of the Joint Chiefs ofStolff. Ing little time to adjust sell
TEXACO INC. NEED RENTAL LISTINGSSEE 0 134 one
", and Shorthand .p.ro RAMBLER 4 d,. Sdn 'I Sid way I/It 101WoorTng .I SI I.
for let. nOmu000rOonit rue once Datira Job for summer Shin Overdrive. A/C. CARIBBEAN ; lot on Bow 'Lin O.I.nd.nl.NOTIC' before hitting the ground. I hit
tion ultramodNtatont and pottibly fall Phone Ml' RAH REALTY Drlv |6.000. Term U.500| OF SUIT the ground with a "rash and It

Mooring* Shopping f inter Nepl 2 56" DODGE. Wagon. V.S. AT Heat "Whar* Cuttomtrt Sand TheIr down. > yr en blnc' Bill THE LUCY: STATE ANN OF SALAS FLORIDA,whine. TO addrea : Bv FRED S. HOFFMAN took un 1''IIN'rl.lhlft' length of

'''. Paid training program end 'M H S graduate detirM cl.n ar, New Paint. F".nd." Loach Realtor, 151 Ith Ave It unknown to Plaintiff,
financial I eMittanca availibl*. cal, work. for summer to help 59 North Trail/ Ml 21155* I. _MI 2 *IM. JL'lL?* JOE SALAS husband of Lucy Ann WASHINGTON (AP) "Mon time to recover.

Far information an tIn ".,U. pay collage eapenm Typing, ,. >ORT-TJOYAL Lot "zQi; Sales' whose .dd,..* I II unknown general, use thIs bull$ on the "The next |>rot>K'm was to get
FORD 300 I V I. AT r
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able trnchii contact Don "Abrnathy and shorthand Jo Ann Patton bedroom, bath new Iran Dnv Fr tale, or 'tu. to Plelntiff, Boche" out of the 'hute and It was
PS. RiH horn. with ,Florid, Room. Com a
Ta .eo. t.c. P. 0. MI 2595. Wrote G J H..b. FLOYD WALKER Pont Offlc
Bon 1161. Ft Myan. Phone ED of. SI pltly, furnlthed Including' TV R.... O.n. Conn". 2&10 POll. Bon 23) APO 733 Seattl? Waih Thus did an. old Fren('h furnvr hattie I flnilH had to use m>'

4322 fice High, |lob tchool. proficient graduate I.wants typ,ng FORD t Dr .'." 8td .",ft. and automatic wathar. t block' n.N'nWAll welcome Oon. Mixwpll* \ trend knife to ,'lIt nll'lI.." 0111.
RAH from hospital For adult' Ideal TEXACO INC. and shorthand Phone 2 4it CHEVROLET Bel.Air' 4 Dr. for nurses sod teacher. Ml I 59-Acreage Walker. c/o Floyd' Walker' Pool Taylor to Noimandy 20 yean "After I got lonxi and looked

Would I lka, to 0.auaaauninisr NT AT RAH PB. PS. 2.6931 III.St Office Boo 231 APO 713 Beat around there was not an Amer
For taata high potentIal, 1 Ray ,job I have had experience A/C LAKE 'PARK bedroom:-,. OltTRESSII?? Owner need tie. Wethlngton eo.A few hours earlier In the lean to be found. Tilt, next .
Station now In operation m working Inag'oc.ry store at both house. unfurnlthed' Con. "money! 10 *er.>. |f>M total If the above named persons retpee qtte's.tion
? r.d Training Program Clark Would be Interacted In 67 lad: Lucille Olts.DEWEY price Collier, County Real, E*. tlvely' be alive. and If any ef th* prediiwn dnrknesa, Taylor had was-Where was my dlvlslon .
: a..,ttance avail'. worblng .1 switch board a.ma CHEVROLET. 4 Dr sdn vs. tat Ml I l89.. Open Sunday bOnn.Ieamed p.rsono a?. died, Ihalr leaped$ from s low.flying tram ? I snpikcd, around hedgerow .
unknown heir dvle I
abla' For information contact ,tress 0' kItchen, work ltd Trent. RAH POLLY bIll Sf retpecllve '
Don Abernathy Taxaco 'Inc. Catha. Hotlman. M'' 2 4471WidThke DODGE t Dr HT AT RAH latiateea. grantee. creditor or: all port plane to lead the first WIM" corners looking to find

P O. Bon lien Ft MyertPhono i wo.kol .ny-Sued PS PB REALTY 6]-Income other In tires Is partial, or through perton under claimingby or of U.s. paratroopers In the his eomt't'ody-4here was Indlsc'rim.

ED 1 4122. 5" tI lhrough summer months 10 holpI SI Property glnl' them respectively: and ill tone assault. Inite shooting going on every

.oanceneO I year 01 colisga PLYMOUTH Wagon. V.,. M. Corner of 11 Av*. Uo 4Tamlaml or parlla having or el.,.... .
Uncertain where he
MJJ43' 5 J/IOtht Std Shift 2 dr Trail Horn slId 'Income. 2 bedroom r.an. right. tills or In was, Taylor where.
7-Dogs Cbts Pets WThi''bay'ThiToST1iVa i DODGE I d,. ht PS. PB AT. Ml *435*. CBS plus 2 room fflclncv Urait 'In.vn.o the following: do.: had walked np to a French "I thought! I would' stumble on
R EMI of golf cou... I''1ft 200 scribed lend lying and being ,In
weak or parttime Vivian On* "ancT Iwo bedToom"Tioua'furnithad farmhousp knot'ked on the door minute.
GUINEA' PICS, I? 00 HAM. Ross Ml' } 8461 CADILLAC' 4 Dr. AT .... PBft City water. near good term Bill Loach Reel Collier' County. Florida. to'wit. a German position any
STERS 7Sc MRS. PETTIT' Ml High School' Grad want part AH. A/C. WSW Trail and school Thri torhoote tor. 151 5th Av*.. S.. Ml, 24151, The watt" 470 feat of the toidh .nd asked for help In getting his I listened hard for the sound of
I/J5I liD feet of the northwest
t 2586 6/5.Jt time employment for summer OLDER MODELS from Rtetonabl"* rate th* MHithwett quarter quarterof of the boos rings. a 'rkk.'t-ln the division we all

Office babytitting. etc Contactat 53 Chrysler' NY 4 dr.. AT From |St to 165 per mo Ml' orthwnt quarter' Section II, The old farmer, overjoyedthat carried a little .rldcet like achild's

Ml 2 J6220Cemetery RAH PS. Fluid, Drlva 24009 H W Watkm Shins 64-Waterfront Property Tnwnshi 50 louIS. :::t"I 1.51; the Americans had come toy that wo used for
WantedPart ,
12-Help SO Chrysler' Win. 4 dr.. AT Gnu bedroom lu.d 0' .n. EXCEPTING' th. fusS
PS RAH Fluid' Drive 'unoo".d 64ws. Call .11. 4.P thursof, '.n".yod IsColIlir disappeared for s moment and Identification, and It turned out
Weterfront home. CBS I bedroom u.rO'I :
time inveitigator wanted Lots ., M MI 2 Soil tinI County. then returned with Ms bullet-, to be useful that morning:
I bath. built ,In ring I very
Fch of Is
MUST HAVE EXPERIENCENo WOOD CHRYSLER GOING ON VACATIONS end oven Central, heal 114. 00Terma FRANCES you E o"mrctIllod: : : t token of his hope for victory "After about 20 minutes I
a0 limit Watt Coast Datacliva I CEMETERY tOT-'d tpicet I?.700 down 1100. .
per filed Amended Complaint
their
Agency Ml I ? ?B86Honv IN NAPLES MEMORIAL GAR PLYMOUTH INC. ROOM COTTAGE: SLEEPS month, Bill, Loach Realtor. 6MIth in th*worn Circuit Court TwelfthJudicial over the Germans. found new trendies und felt sure

.t. hard working. anD' DENS }SOO Ml 2474) 2640 1'1"'t' !'!" MI 255tG. I ALL ELECTRIC' KITCHTN Av.. I. MI' ...11.1.11 Circuit' In end for Collier Today, Taylor Is the top mill. I would run Into :Ii Gernuin unit.

woman Steady yair round b/b.7t ( AVAILABLE' : BY WEEK County. Florida. again ach of tary man In the United HUtes, I heard somebody move behindone
.
the public day w. W.onlod Used Cars OR MONTH IN NORTH CARO es Defendant. teak Ing to
work you.
week terving liD 000 to US.000 par 12 Month WriItstI Guarsnboo LIMA' 3700 FT. ELEVATIONCALL 65-Gen. Real Estate ulet their title to th* .ltav..d.. and he Mill recalls D.Day is of the hedgerow and then

yaar pot.,ble H''gh comm' 23-Misc. For Sale Ml' 26117 t/IOt' .cr bed real, male "the most dramatic day I ever that somebody cricketed.
tion. paid vacation Apply' Naplat 1963 Chevy t Nova Sedan 1270 11th St. N. \ Each of you I Is further notified the "
Manorial G.'d.n.. Inc Custom 12 pc Rattan" ,n. AT RAH Reduced 10000 OET THE KEY: TO A HOME!: you tr* required. to file your writ pent In my life. "It Will the sound I hud been

Vandarbilt D,.. lllth Av N.. eluding double chain. and tabia to 179500 A".b'. ., .t on.. I b.dreom.I. HOMES not tailS houaa. but ton "n....' In the Office of the This nays mm'hor few men listening for_nd It was a most
,.."' Fl. *, occasional clo...... great 1961 Impala Sedan Hardtop b..".......... L.h 'Paq5d {RfOft Th* kind that nd* Clerk' of the Circuit Court in and for living have witnessed III ttrbefol.
other tines Suitable" for All Power, RAH 16 I< 80 School. 1111 ...nfunl.hod.III nlif your; family te grace them Collier County Florida 'In the Court many beantlfwl "One tft-hesr
rug
large Florida, room made to 1962 Ford Fairlana' 4 DrFordomatie ItS .nd meke them Into werm. House ,In East Nanie' *. Florida. on orbefor dramatic and historic days. lowed by the appf ranc. of an
Av.
VI 139100 I. friendly haven of phyalcal I July' I'M. end to terv
13-Help Want. Female order in 750 Manila 00. Ml I -23937 new condition 1961 Rambler St Wag fort and spiritual bile*. com May a copy of said Antwtr upon Plaintiff In hIs time, Taylor! has slipped American soldier I thought he
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0/11 51FREEZER AT Radio A Heat I*US 0019M cioni Furnished Is. SliD fvs 00 .on'h.room home. w* hip you slant making' yourHOME or upon WillIam H., Qracalv lone Into Natl.held Rome to was the "best light I have ever
TODAYP1.badrooms Plaintiff' Attorney herein. whot*
,. BelAirAT ,
Chew i D "
Enporienced waitrnt, wanted II CU FT Merge VI Clean addrett It M5 Fifth Avenue South negotiate with the Italians, con. seen. There he was, looking just

See Helen, Baroni at BaroniRntaurent upright Loss lhan 2 yeart old. Whit. Color illS 00 VINCE CONBOY IN baths. Neple.. Florid. on or bafnr **.101d.t. fronted the Russian s* UJ!. II tough is could bend just
/31.ht Like new 195 00. H5. I I.t A.. 0,. Broobside 111.000 *: othtrw'te laid Amended Complaint commander in led
I960 Chav 4 BitcaynaCompletely Merlin In
613 NI tit Slh Aol P rkway will be taken at confeetedbv .* tough! ts I hoped he was
SECRETARY WANTED' PERMANENT No CDLCEC'tOR'T't'PEAStRIDEA Reconditioned Ph Ml t >74Ouaat 0 bodrsoms. buths. you and a Decree Pro Confetio some of the mONt deHperate "Thereafter assembling went
POSITION PLEASANT ANTIOUL I Cyl 19100I960 ,
houaa completely, fur Dana, Av. lit. .100t will. h* entered ,*alnl you In Korea sot t at
WORKING CONDITIONS ST PETERSBURG Chev. I 0,. Bel' nithed I block from beach Call WITNESS my hand .* Clerk of *ald fighting Prod on lowly. It was nearly diy;
CALL MI 26531 FOR AP PHONE 345693 Air, I Cyl 114500 Ml I 2 .011. S/ttf bidroomIbeth, Circuit" Court of Collier' County FlorIda dent John F. Kennedy' right light before we had assembled
1611Sooor 14 rack Coca; Cola; V.ndo v.. 1951 Ford Sedan. VI Coconut Orevi 111.100V and the **al ef th* old Court hand during the Cuban missile
b..ut.n 10' busy shop riaty Machine, practically new Automatic 2900 at Et Naples, Collier, County FlorId : some 80 to 90 men out of the
Select ci.nt.lI, Must b. isperlenced Save 100 cath Phone Mid, .1951 Ford St Wag VI 50-Rooms For Rent APPOINTMENT PLEASE *, en th* thOu of Jim.. A O '**.. crlsU.Recently. 800 troops that were! supposed to

,in hjgh otyis Rp'Y' win I J62I S/861 Automatic 1959 Plymouth Sedan 795 00 Saa Naple' South *nd Modal, Chub MAROARFT' of th* Circuit T SCOTT Court the slender gray. be In the area.

1100 1717 A' c/o CC New* I Runt OK. 495 00 for Larga lady room Close wtN, to pro beach vII. b"and, Home en dl.ply. Collier foiiitv. Florlde haired soldier of 62 lit In his "We had the division artillery

Stenographer' Wanlvdof 24-Mies. For RentBE AS 1957 IS Dodge St. Wag 19500 hopping center. Call befor Aaclt, (CIRCUIT By COURT INEZ MAQILL HEAL Pentagon office! and chatted commander, On. Anthony Me

Cupallt! dome ull iiround 1 19 S' Ford I DrAS noon or vnmg' MI' 4511 Lucille Oil Virgil, Marcum Deputy Dark with a reporter about D.Day, Aullffe the division hlef of

IS 29500 June S. 12 I I'. t*. I'M #UI the 6th of June 1944. ,
office wuik' me'\lulling nhoit gentle be kind to that DEVVEY'POLLYREALTY staff, the division engineer-all
USED TRUCKS
hand. Fur Intel view rail :MI enpantive Blue Luttra carpet Rent clean electricthampooer it wth 1957 Chev. I* Ton Cab 51-Wanted To Rent IN THE CIRCUIT'' COURT OF THE At the time of Normandy, he the brass along! with radio

and Cheat TWELFTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT IN had only recently pinned on hIs
Office' Maplea" Furniture, (9500 operators cook, KP's.-biitonly
2-510J! Miwuinjis ,
: Co. Sli 1962 Willyl, HT Pickup WANTED' BEDROOM UN ANO FOR COLLIER: COUNTY, second' Mar and taken command '
Tiail.MM Four Wheel, Drive. FURNISHED HOUSE CLOSE: FLORIDA about 20 riflemen.,
2829 N. Tammmi .
Warn Hubs 119500 IN YEAR ROUND. BEGIN' Corner ef Ut Av Uo & IN CHANCERYIN olthe 101st Airborne Division In As Taylor Is fond of sayingwhen

1952 Chav I Ton Panel.New NINO' SEPT 1ST WRITE: Tamltml Trail. THE MATTER OF England.The he
looks hoeS
26-Personal Tire BOX Ml 14381 THE ADOPTION OF on those
29500 404 CORAL GABLES J4. ___
FLA. Sit If3bdrmsunlurn KAREN: LYNN MIDDLCBROOKS assault on NaM Germany he<'tlc early hour of the great

14-Help Wanted Male ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS See That At 1172 Jewel, Boa Avenu. Waterfront t minor, "Fortress Fur ope" was the Invailoni "Never were so few

Men 3r women' win drinking INGRAM CHEVROLET INC buy MI 2.lto tlo.pt t* ...wall, central heat and CASE NO 207TO lOlst'B baptism In battle It also
14.1\
Tuck driver .nlld Iorotf problems" Ash for help by calling 130 Ninth, SI N Ml 2 1105 air, I bdrmi I bathe. porch JAMES AUTHOR commanded by so many"
work. |gas d.Io..rlf. and materCnd't. Ml' 2 41bl VIsItors cord,allywalcomad Naples. Fl.. gang {HIM. Moving. muM MIDDLESROOKIIRuIdeoc. was Taylor's first combat Jump. It turned out that the wide'

.onIfigmOr, 6 Contact My Mtetingt in FirttBaptitt 52-Real Estate Wanted tell. Unknown Here, after refreshing his re dlllflenal| of the division
akka L P. G... M' I 4351 Church A nneton (th You are hereby notified the provedan
i/3.251 St at ' Pr.e,5NtallIPM Volume Means heut wtt of Tra.l t bath. cntrl hail and ",., Petition' In the above ttyled court described that dayt'This fight Inti:.
rtUBBER STAMPS that make. Ml 2tm. perch. carport Aaum merlgg for th* doptien of lbs miner child the first adlon 01
was
16-Help Available Lower Prices ..SIQt No' closIng, emt II.500 00 nmd therein and you are r*. "It set off rumors that w'*
il5I an Any.""
o .good day .Imp.,,,,co Coli.r County dn. |ll.400. Moving. mutt ..11. quired to how taut why 'h* tarn the 101st-It had to go right. I were everywhere," Taylor said.
H N Tike Care ol elderly' pin 2..... The FACT that we are a vol 55-Slorei OfficeStor. should not be granted by MrvingI wanted to he sure that the spirit
pie, in my home WV 27.MJBomla uteri dealer' meant that you los Sin St Ne I odrm* I copy of your writttn dafantet. if The division's mission was to
5p"",' /jlljTjlTTERwant.d can't beat our p".... boll. fireplace. carport goodmvetlment any. upon the firm ef SHfpPARO 4. and confidence, of the men were capture four
'for 11 Offered 1,3 ',,,'.n. 2 dr. M5 buld.n. en US 41. III.IM. ANDERSON. Attorntyt at L.... 1110 hlKh. I visited all units In their causeways leading
t3-Services SIO 000 His U 050 to. ft. *0ft from the beat'he
U Falcon' Fut 4., ISIS Dn Itroet Fort Myer. Florid, *, so the troop
year old daughter' of wrrkmgmother 12 Galena, 600 4 dr WS Tril frontage Apartment tSO l 11th Av* S* Aquln. I 17 departure areas and talkedto landing
for .u......., month wth e.ciutveBRITE 12 Renault 4 dr 195 50 rsa, 1.11 Lo..". "ulto bonus t bath. central I h..t Air and by filing th* original thereof the In from by sea could move In.
Roofs torayad with the Clerk ef sad' Court by th* men groups 1,000
Prefer raapont bla" mother wIth old WHITE B.aul,fiat. pro. .2 Econolina pickup 1349 BIB llh Ava S Ml 11I."UI a garage. wetcrfront. 131.100. 22nd day of Jun.. 194 etherwit. land.
about I year* down to 24.
daughter Pho" !t)23602 aftar t pmPrafa tacit. .eds..Ia.iir Free 61 Falcon' 2 dr MS a d..... my be ...t.,.d, gml. you After he made lure of his
Ml MI 2 MH NAPLES II Ford Wagon 1)95tl 171 lltft St No I b.'..*. "We. had an early heavy
attimitat 5ad location
s/3.St Chew H pickup 1295M I bam. .large porch fleet gnsnl'a 5 .dnpftoO. Taylor headed his
PAINT' gar
iiiY.. ROOF CLEANING S7-Houit For Sal WITNESS my hand and teal of dinner about 6 o'clock. (;P.n.Dwllt'ht .
.ni'Tbabystter 111.IOt Ford 4 dr' 995 and ar. SI1.500| 1100 00 dnIIIIN small fort'* for the
o..n. t.n.port.toon ...1 'NG CO SOC ,,,.,, 4 dr 795 me with. ta> and 'In* sad Court at Napiet' Florida. this D. Eisenhower accompanted causewayssome
not ".n.'If. MI 14220. 5* Ford Wagon 195 Thise b.IIO'. 5 Cii5If. 0 ala, P HA No doting' coal lth day ef May 194MARQARET three miles away, All he
T SCOTT \ u* to the departure air.
17 Merc 4 dr 195Salatmen had for
liS 31Avaiabla and" 'liviiy 'landtcaping anclotedwith personal arms
were
1171 llth St No I b.'... Clerk of th* Circuit, Court a
Sale About
38-Autos For a fence ere field. II I O'cdl! at night-
turdy cyclone
retired Dick Donelton Tom
after July Itt pistol and '
t bills. II l SOO 00 dn' MOVE CURl S ) grftllll' ''',
U *' Navy Vttaran 20 ". ac ,...,.. Elton Davidton. Lauren among many feature of thi* RIGHT l IN No euilifymgI07 t' NAIL: MAGILL' It was still diyllght there-Gen.Fttenhnwer At the end of that
mala Elae I Blue will choiceto 1 bedreom horn en city, water. long day
live duty Whta Ran) bring your | N month with tot sad ,In Deputy Clark' went from to ,
Ironic uchmcien, licented by Perl.ctsrcOndCOr IWJ yo,' Call Ml 7 SlId and tewer m Lake Park. Only' HTN group Taylor said, "We had the causeways .
US Virgin tsiaodsGOsi" bit Oiupn.ru 4 door 149500 COLLIER' COUNTY MOTORSYour IIJIM Termt available Call May 22 79 Jun I 12 194 group talking to the men as they
urnbar May be taan aftar S 30 PM" Friendly FORD ...n., Ml 24I2S befor I 00 tot IS. Block *. Royal' Mirkorevarlookmg and the mIssion was accompllshed.
man( a no"t.C: Call ... THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE got Into their .rachut... "
Chiaf Eng n.ar TV 411 Palm C rcla. Napiet MERCURY A COMET Dealer' P M key. wall. Cot .
/'JM II MO **cnfic, IHM TWfLPTH JUDICIAL; CIRCUIT 'IN
,Inttallation F aid Superintend Ml I2MI "A w' got Into the air. dark..
Chief Eng.n' PRIVAtE' SALE AND FOR COlLlI COUNTY
ant Construction, Pnoc.ssIrru, Plant' NO BROKERSOwnr O.4. !7th Ave So Aauelene FLORIDA not had just begun to fall We
Te til* 44 Mobil Homes
sir locate Napiat mIll., H2 Thunder*,rdHardtap R 4 Wash sill three bedroom weterfront, coat |7tiOO: : IN CHANCERY I Irflol around over southern
0.srranl Available, for mtarviaw. H Power w'mow*. mil Pac 2 bath home ,n THE MOORINGS ..cro"" 16250. NO 205
family Howard Johnson Mo lory a',
tal Room N.pla.111 fli BioS "'''' age Ml, 74104 after I PM out'ad Florid room teOO 00 .. .uov5rorpal.n 5 Ihouln Lot U. Iony.n Blvd" Ht" lot PIanIff.. transport fleets to tail intoI'Irmatiost
111.61 4/21 If complete Sa. anytime Lot 11 i.cept } bedroom Com Ovirloohing' Gulf. Satrfcs .t Vl
ancai Capri, Trailer Park4St ,Fists' k.t.. ten ,,,.,..dn. dipol 15150. JAMES LAND tnd, It was I beautiful

/ Sad .,."....".. N.cs .C'.d JOYCE: LAND slOW is w'* fell Info line5"

trasr j -;', i ie-c-;; perch pound dr "*wy oddd VINCE CONBOY husband sod, Wlf" *tr.i hf.ened out and h"lidood for

the Want Ads pins harrier t ersais hIts, ,Is'c.t,00 loon P on. MI 2410C *""iftraliy 'I' *11 Avs P 'k..t. Defend' ent* I'ranee.
Read ,
MI 2 un Sr 121t2 J PM Sill Ph. M' 2574167Apartments NOTICE OF SUIT
5" tI L..a1ill "roo5 Lane ram TO JAMES LAND and "As we got closer we saw our
blo... him ....... mIeN emaIl JOYCE LAND greatest
'''"11 Buys IU'OO 5lILsach For Sal. You JAMES LAND and" JOYCE enemy fog. This
45-Trilers For Rent R.'te'' 151 SIN AviS LAND ar* htraby .e.b'bod, the weather ..as I surprise. We

MI 1.151 III IT" 5 romplamt, I* foraclo a certain thought we had a dear night r :
:4H
Trailer tl a weak win TV. ,.. b.1oo"-.a kuth Cev J u.h.d dupl ueio.rdv boll mortgage on the' 'lwing dttcr'bad .nd
m there
110 a week Space It a weak heated Qarege Near On. h.'..... each tide I II.MOPERIONASLI .property t* .., wa* I great bank
Rock Craek Trr.ler Park tchool, and ihoppmg Ill 500librl lerms svolabls, l'' Leach L.tI 10 and II 0' th.t 15.0.0sohd'o's'oo "f I'*. The planes flew In I
4/211f ', trm ,,2 It P55115, ISI SaN Avi S Ml bewie." as COL Lfl formation of V's_lmost touch
3 5151 L/1 55 co GARDENS 5slerdiIg' 10 lbs
David C. Jones Realtor ..,.p or plot t"'of piserded '0 tntt win' *;*-tn very tight< lurnu

4 -W.nted To Buy lil its Aa So Ml t Hit PubIC Plat. Book Racardt I of pagt Collier it Ctunty of th* tion is we' crossed the Channel.

WOMAN I Flo"'do" "The fog was not continuous
SUMMER SPECIAL: .
'.. fp'OD stsnl sale pieS Brand new CBS homo ? i I.'lbedroomt WANTED FOR GENERAL OFFICE I hit been filed' as'io0 yeu and youarsrelur -her* It was cloudy and there
.ro.ly Aoj enir 30 'nchfs mdifsl wan. to wall. castle' AND DETAIL WORK I Sd t.s.r',* a .op .f
( Ml 24110 III JI Lance b'Ich sncus torn bu""ibircn MUST BE ABLE TO TYPE I /our Antwer or Pieedmg: t* Iha.miIs'nI It opened up with" the bright

cab,,,.U Large 'I.u "groom ANO ENJOY WORKINd WITH I en the piiint.lf: eitorney quarter moon shining through.
OP
PUBLIC' KNOWLEDGE I
Terratta floor a E N HlXOh NIXON CROWLEY W. could
see the
48-Apts. For RentFurnithed ...". hi Carport *nd t-t BOOKKEEPING HELPFUL I P 0 Ba III. Naplou.. Florida' ground from
sniped Offered by *..".. APPLY IN PERSON AT COLLIE I end" f ''s the er'a,nal, An.war or I IPietding time to time
.. COUNTY NEWS AD. I .n lIes offic* of Ills Clerk,
110 .. 00 lOSS Tre I Terrate
for rent III l p.rwish
CLASSIFIED Inquire apt at 1405 Crud N_Naples Phpne Ml 1244! VERTISiNO DEPT ASK FORMR I .f .h* C"rcuit, Court on er befer "Whll W* were 8j| In the
WYATT ItA4 If
th. JI-< d.y ef June you fce
( on
42IthCflcsncoo.
R. ram the red llichlwhl
... I"'*. bedreom two bat" f*,,1 le do' to tudgmnt by deltult ,
WANT Oy "to' Of Central' heat sad .'r cond"t'oms 0,11, be tab 50500.515 I you for the <'h mean stand up and
"'ont"'R"' MOTELI) 110I1 Moormgt 124,710 */2 It ,.,OAf THAN MM. C* rei ef defended in the CemplainlThit ('heik equipment. W* lined up

12102 .r MI Illn David C. Jonn, Realtor FLORIDA f TotPiST, wilt inch week notit thill for four b* published.cenneulive*nc. tltht again the door. The fog

Owner large I urs.shl StonecreflApt ad .'"i Ml_ Ith Av* So Ml 2 H2 JtP\p fCA A"OTHU111111 weakt ,n She COLLIER COUNTY hotel Just a. we got the red

ciency!. Ml Air 4111 toted or VI t.?lfl I bdrm. I CaIN f(" de Nf DONE WS. AND ORDERED at Elil light showing four minutes togo

room Year *r*..nd *ir r r.ditionHig and
'- Naple Fiend, this lOIN dly, ofM.y then cleared complete
8abal Shores Apt. Near bach and" dawtown IM4 h.
YEAR ROUND LIVING Maple' |2I tot BLeach '" A"OARtT T SCOTT .
Modern. ...* bedroom anal efficiency Raerior *5I Ith Av. Clerk: "Th* plane slowed down to TO NEW roST-.R.pi
Apt furm.hd' TV I.. Ml' 2 till 1/1 It tl 11 INEI MAQIll' 100 mIles sn hour the green ,

c.... .5. Monthly' or year -1WI.tl: ) LlAVINCi: TQ'SVW'W.Ij Deputy Clerk light meaning 'jump' cam on. G.orH.MtntitC.T( ..) mvgJup

round Ml" 2445J Kelly R' and" tell (..... fu* SaloON HIXON' 4 CROWLEY te the chilrmiMMs of
my .I..lt :
/J.II ,.... The sky was red with rockets tIes
Snail Ave nithed homo to ulifid Bv 5' W ?It am 0 H
,__ *) buyer
1 ..,.... rnihed.. apt H.., for iv*! liking over *".*tiebl />g 4f'ItFi Alt P'o',.'"'r< for Oil Plaint flak of all descriptions\ few powerful. Heua Appropriation,

beach and thopping Weekly 'saiien*. ldaf for coupl orfemtly Naple f FIW' itU burning: plant on the ground. Cemmitt. H..cu.<..th. |lata'

imlasthit S''r..r pear .'eisd' 'flanl Midway a _'*PPt of. one child" MI'S/ItS'JO' '' 29 I,. < II .IH4 *IM .'. wis an do fascinating. Psp. Cliranc Conor tflMe,,

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I J r 10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, ju. 6. 1964 Schools Under Study emerged from a 10-hour sessionat and closed the plant as pert of Labor Relations Board against

See ProgressIn 2:30 a.m. They scheduled another an emergency order Issue In the company for bargaining In

meeting for 3 p.m. the wake of a series of violent bad faith"Speaking

"Most of the minor Issues Incidents In the strike. to a Michigan AFU

I have been cleared up" Lovell He allowed the plant to reopen CIO meeting In Lansing,Leonard I
Curriculum Council
) Michigan said, "We're down to the major Tuesday however, saying he Woodcock, United Auto Workers
Issue" had no choice once law and or. vice president charged Romney

There also were developmentsoutside der was restored. is using the National Guard In

the bargaining room. A International Union of Elec.trical an attempt to "break the

Studying SACS Data Wire Strike union leader accused. Gov. Workers Local 810 struck strike," with "our tax money."
George W. Romney of ruining the Hillsdale plant Feb. 38. The More than 800 National

LANSING Mich, (AP)Mich. chances for a settlement soon. local, which replaced the Team. Guardsmen are patrolling Hills.

The Collier County Curriculum In a study of the SACS reports fan's mediation director today And a leader of a noninvolvedunion sters Union as bargaining agent dale a city of 7,629. Surround.

9fti Council was I In session the local group learned sounded hopeful that a weekend added his criticism of for 180 Essex employee, seek a ing Hillsdale County Is under a
Romney' for allowing Essex to first contract with Essex. 10 p.m. to 0 am curfew
the report settlement could be readied In
today studying survey that a rating of the over-all
operate with nonunion employes, In Washington, James B. Carey Imposed by the governor
the violent Essex Wire
t on county elementary "self Corp.
study" "acceptable..
while using the National Guardto 1UE national president,
strike which brought the Nation
schools a of educators
by team The
SACS
grade on two
only sent Romney a telegram
keep peace. say.
t al Guard to Hlllsdale.Malcolm .
the Southern Association INSULT TO INJURY
representing levels, "acceptable" and "un- Romney' angrily accused the togs
R. Lovell Jr. chair.
,
of Colleges and acceptable." man of the State Labor Media. company of "unfair labor pray "Your action In restoring pro. PADUCAH. Ky. (AP) Tiara

Fl Schools. The survey covered area of tlon Board, said he was "hope tices and worse" in the bitter 98. ductlon with strikebreakers at came to the eyes of a few retired

The meeting was held In the the "self-study" Including ful nat we can finish this (bar. dai-old strike, and sought a le. Essex Wire Corp. In Hillsdalehas railroad men as the Old 1518.sn

board room In the East Naples purpose program personnel, gaining) up today or Saturday." gal means to shut down the undermined the possibility Illinois Central Railroad steam

government complex. The committee facilities, school community "We're meeting In an atmosphere firm'i> Hlllsdjle [dint a second of a settlement of this disputein locomotive was retired tofiarkUy

Is comprised of Mrs. Interaction and coordination.Each that Is cordial and con time the Immediate future, and Is Park. Adding chagrin was the

Estelle Little,principal at Lake area was graded "ade- structlve," he said after corn. The governor called out the totally' at odds with the Issuance fact that a diesel engine pushed
and union negotiators National Guard one week ago, of a complaint by' the National it to the park.
Park chairman; Mrs. Izetta quate" by the visiting commit- pan

Redmon, Dethunej Mrs. Amelia

+al4r... Castenlr, Naples Junior High tee.The survey, however did not

School and Gerald Lanham of give blanket approval of the

Shadowlawn.Mrs. work carried on In the county

Valera Darker, county elementary schools,and In each ON THE UPGRADE

supervisor of elementary area suggested methods of

schools meeting.was also attending the strengthening the school pro

1 gram.
In addition to the study of The local curriculum com t

the visiting committee report, mittee In today's meeting studied for COLLIER COUNTY and GREATER NAPLES !

the local group heard committee the recommendations In the

G reports, made a number of various areas and formulated

n committee appointments and plans to Implement changes

finalized plans lor 1964- during the 1965-66 school term. PAST PRESENT FUTURE

65 school year. The SACS Interim Visiting

.t Committee was comprised of

:, i i4 ;' 3 Cars, Truck Ruth E. Moore, principal Sallle

.. Jones Elementary, Punta Gor-
"1 ..."\ ::; Involved In dan Juanita Ellis, elementary

i supervisor of Lee County
...k Crashes Here
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schools) and Nelson L. Adams

METER HEADS on Fifth Avenue and adjacent Damage was estimated at $100 principal: Dunbar Elementary

streets arc heading for storage uiuil; kt least No- following an accident late yes School, Dade County.

vember 1. The heads were ordered off by City terday afternoon to the car of

I Council at Wednesday's meeting. Officer E. J. William M. Carter, 1245 22nd r I I It

Pound, who has been passing out over-parking Ave., N.Whlch was struck by a L

tickets for the last few months is shown removing truck 335 Fifth driven St. N.by) Lee R. Vaughn See SenateCloture ii iiPresent

heads along Eighth Street South. (NEWS photo) According to the police re. +9 .

port, Vaughn had put on his signal
light Indicating a left turn Intoa

driveway off Moorings Line Vote

'Drive. Because a trailer which
DeGaulle Still Aloof
I Vaughn was pulling obscured Car.
ter's vision of the signal light,

he was unaware of Vaughn's In. On
Tuesday
tentlon and started to pass. No

Over -Observance damage was done to the truck"; ""

No one was Injured and no arrests WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.
were made. The accident :1 Hubert H. Humphrey said to.
OMAHA BEACH, France (AP) velt said the United States had
day he Is reasonably optimisticthe
happened at 4:45
p.m.
-The Allied nations of World Intention of
imposing
i no any
In another accident, a car I Senate will vote to shut off
War II start two day of cere. the French
government on
| pea
driven by Mrs. Marilyn Dorsey I the marathon civil rights de
monies today to salute the llv. De
pie. Without the recognition ,
] ,
I
1 bate. He 99 senators to
| west Avenue expects
traveling on Eighth ,
_
ing and honor the dead of the i Gaulle refused to help with the 1 '
North, was struck by a car driven 1 be on hand for the crucial test
Normandy Invasion on the 20th I broadcast, and ever since has' by Laban LeBuff, 1029 Eighth.next Tuesday Naples ,Building New Naples Two-Story Addition
anniversary of the assault.
1 1Hundreds been cool to Allied commemora.'
Ave., N., who was backing out of Humphrey, assistant Democratic
of D-Day veterans
i tlons of the event.
a driveway at his home. Damage leader and the bill's floor
were assembling In the Invasion It Is also well known that De
was estimated at $79 to the Dor. I manager, told newsmen the only
area where Americans, British >Gaulle was offended because the
sey car and at $15 to LeButf'scar. i absentee ho knew of would be Present
Canadian and French soldiers United State and Britain did
No one was Injured and no I Ben. Clalr Engle, D-Callf., who Evtrfl.dtiExchang. :
stormed the beaches on June 8.UU. not tell him Invasion was Imml K'
arrests were made. Officer 1!has had two brain operations. .
Moiit were on private pll nent until two days before it -4 'v
George Dampier made the In. Earlier there had been specs Buildlnf (inset)) _
grlmager. took .
place.De vestlgatlon of both accidents for :1 latlon ,administration force plus Evirfltdtt '
The official U.s. delegation, Gaulle will on Sunday,
go the Naples Police department. I might be able to invoke the de x Public
headed by Ged. Omar N. Brad. however, to the Mont Valerian Pay Station
1 cloture
bate-Umttlnr procedureby
ley, Deputy Secretary of De. Cemetery outside Paris to placea and Microwave '
foes of the
tense Silas Vance, and Con wreath In honor of the French persuading some Rtlay
Maxwell Taylor, chairman of resistance movement. bill to stay away. Facilities
But the Minnesota senator
the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was to John Lee and Robert Murphywill
; Nixon Wants discounted this. He said the vote
arrive this afternoon. Gen Brad. re-enact their D-Day tole of :
was so Important and the time
ley commanded the American 20 Into
years ago by parachuting
announced far in
was so
forces on DDay. Gen. Taylor field St.
a hedge-lined near Immokalee
Exchange Building
advance that no senator really
parachuted with the lOUt Air. Mere.Egllse. Lee of
president a
Scranton In i would have an excuse for being
borne Division, which he com. structural steel firm In Worces.ter has ,
absent. Jnter-County a systemwlde, gross in-plant investment of nearly 40 million

manded. officialsare Mass., and Murphy, an attorney "We are erecting to have to dollarl. Much of these 13 county, Southwest end South Central Florida facilities
Villagers and town In Westwood, Mass., are
offering visitor a warm members of the official delega produce 80 votes to obtain clo are dedicated to the long distance calling requirement of Collier County cltitlnM.:
"
welcome. Because each town lion Second Spot ture he raid. Several million dollars of this Investment II specifically located In Collier County to
; This would be exactly the required -
that has any claim to strategic William Tucker of Athol, meet the local telecommunication need of the area. This local investment Includes
two4hlrds If 99 votes are
Importance in the assault that Mass., a member of the Inter GARDEN CITY, N.Y. (AP- :i local and IoniC distance telephone distribution plant now In service building., tians-

liberated France wants to pay state Commerce Commission, Former Vice President Richard cast.Humphrey said his optimism portatlon and general work equipment, inventories and plant presently under con.
Its tribute, the observances have arrived here today but will not'
M. Nixon say Gov. William W. I(for success In the vote Tues struction. The fabulous growth of Collier County among the best In the United
been spread over two days. take In the
part jump.
President Charles de Gaulle Is Lee, who landed at Deuzevlll. be Scranton the Republican of Pennsylvania would best I party' i "we had a good day
staying haughtily aloof-Just a* au-Plaln and moved Into St.MereEgllse candidate for vice president if ;yesterday." He referred to vote Naples than would be normally required.

he did on D-Day. Premier at daylight, said "I 1 Sen. Barry Goldwater wins the I would An
commitments but not 'n additional one million dollar program Is presently
George Pompidou had prom. keep trying to put the pieces to presidential nomination. elaborate.
Ised to attend, but canceled his gether. It looks different now, i underway at Everglades! Immokalee and Greater Naples
Nixon said Thursday Scran. His official position, the sen. .3 a .
acceptance. and so peaceful. Every time we 1 ton's liberalism would balance ator explained still is that "we t' so that telephone service Improvements and expansions .
Gen Dwight D. Eisenhower, looked up In 1944 It seemed like
the Arizona senator's conserva. get more can continue. Included thin are projects for
Allied commander of
supreme another building was being hit'
Item and that the ticket, "per. crats." Other party sources said
the Invasion forces, wanted De by a shell. hap the strongest team" avail. I|prospects now were good for 43 l- A new three story building at Naples Additionaldial
Gaulle to participate In a D-Day Lee, Murphy and Tucker all 1
,,
able to the Republicans would or 44.
and toll will be Installed.
to the French In equipment
address people
took part In four combat jumps 1 also be balanced geographically Senate Republican Leader Ev.
1944. But De Gaulle wanted to during the war.Circuit. Provision of graded service in East and North
Earlier in the day, Scranton ,erett M. Plrksen has said he ex.
be recognized as ruler of
France. told a news conference In Har. pects 29 or more Republicans Naples Our cables are now being laid and!
rlsburg. Pa., he would run with will vote In favor of cloture. !r \R
President Franklin D, Roose. Court Goldwater only if there were a t more to come.

-j In Circuit Court yesterday r'egates.He genuine. draft by convention del. City Vs. Conboy New dial office building (LYric) at North Naples.

presided over
by Judge Arch
; had been asked to comment r Expansion of long distance facilities at Naples
Odom, the case against Willi Suit Taken Under
won .
GOP National Chairman WII.t 9
TODAY INHISTORY Immokalee.
Everglades and
P.
Creekmore charged with es.
?lIam E. Miller's recent statement : = ..r' ,
1- cape dating Dack a number oi t Study By JudgeThe _ _
that Scranton would make New cables and dial equipment for Everglades
years, was nulls pressed.
James N. Burchfleld pleaded II good running mate for Gold. Circuit Court suit filed and Immokalee

By THE ASSOCIATED PRE3H 1 to of water. about two years ago by Vlnce
guilty a charge entering, New North Naples LYric Exchange Building
Nl zoo gave hl a vlaov.....,.. a tanews Conboy of
i without breoklnitocommlt a mis contesting legality
"__)';; il1J ,.., ".,,' demeanor. A pre.sentence Inves. conference before speaking at a submerged land contracts held "
: "The put Is prologue You haven't seen anything yet!
B
testimonial for Steven .
Today Is Friday, June 5, the ordered Ellis Rep. the of heardon
(
tlgatlon was Eng. by City Naples was will
ZOO Derounlan R.N.Y. in this cityon This famous expression applies here alto Our progress;
157 th day of 1964. Thereare ,
j land pleaded guilty to breaking Its merits before
yesterday
days left In the year Long Island.He continue Much of it will be amatmg'Plans !
,and entering and sentence was Judge Archie Odom. '
Today's highlight In history: withheld for later said "The chances of any are underway to meet expected telecommunication ,
pronounce. At completion of the hearIng -
On this date In 1947Secretary ,ment. Republican beating Johnson today requirements at Marco Ulund These include a new exchange ) S 1

of State George C. Marshall, Frank J. Patti shall'. probation are considered remote by will, be Judge Odom said evidence service area for Marco, local and toll distribution systems, r '
at Harvard Univer. the pollsters, by the television taken under advisementand 4
speaking I( was revoked with sentence to all the central office building, dial exchange service and a new U, -
commentators and by political a decision reached
city, announced what became |be announced. Vermin Walker at a later r
known as the "Marshall Plan." experts. All that I can say date. microwave system.
pleaded guilty to Incest and
On this date ,sentence Investigation was order.a pre. is this That the polls have been. The "class suit" claims the Our Improvement and Expansion Program for Greater Mwa

In 1723, the political econo. ,ed. wrong In New Hampshire Oregon "! City acted outside! Its authority Naples will continue In 1965 until we have provided a y,

mist, Adam Smith, was born.In and California (primaries). Ingrantlngdevelopersslec- graded service area which will be one of the largest base
He called 1964 a year of upsets
1781, American troops cap ial tax rates. Some of he contracts rate areas in our s>.stem.
and added that a "slam.bang"campaign d
tured In 1848 Augusta, the, Ga.first Wisconsin Negroes PlanDemonstrations by the GOP could defeat ., dating back to 1954, The LYric, North Naples exchange will be placed in service l& 'vw

Johnson. permit developers to pay taxes In late 1965 -
State met.
In 1917 Legislature, more than 10.5 million The next two weeks, he said,, on lots on an acreage basis Further long distance service Improvements and expansions Proposed Marco Island Exchange Buildingwill

American registered for the are critical In the campaign for until at least 60 per cent of the be accomplished. New techniques and services are being

Selective Service draft for the Republican nomination anda I lots are sold.Defendants. studied to accomplish this aim.

World War I military ...rvice.In In Tuscaloosa bandwagon psychology could I In the suit. In addition -

1944, Allied troops crossedthe develop for Goldwater. to the City and officials,
Tiber River In pursuit of TUECALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -, "You'll know In two weeks If'' Include: Aqualane Shores, The
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the enemy In World War U. Negro demonstrations were a Goldwater blitz will succeed Moorings, Port Royal and Royal
Ten years ago-Secretary of planned again today In downtown he said. Harbor

State John Foster Dulles told Tuscaloosa where at least He said he was not going to( Danny Dialfone our newly developed
40 mostly Negro teenagers endorse candidate and thatIf
France and Italy they might persons, any for NTE
symbol quality service
lose all U.S. military aid In the have been slightly burned any "stop.Goldwater' move. Ray Threatens will constant
future unless they entered the when squirted with nil of mus- ment developed, "I certainly; % ly remind our nearly 700 employees to re,,, e a

proposed European Defense tard and other ingredient would not become a party to It strive for service excellence for the mu. er rleaM

Command. It was reported Thursday that and I would Instruct my aides 1 Cuba Return Soon ?.J.M tual benefit of Collier County and Great.

Five years ago Reversing nine Negroes and three police. not to Join it." er Naples.
his decision of two months ear. men were treated for minor, AS for his own future Nixon NASSAU Bahamas (AP-
her, West German Chancellor Irritating burns received when said: "I dont anticipate a draft t Cuban exile anti-Castro leader

Konrad Adenauer renouncedhis they were squirted with the will take place for me." Manuel Ray, captured by Brit. <etviuMtr ritn4
candidacy for the presidency liquid during a dt>im>nt>tration Asked If he thought a Nixon. lah authorities on a Caribbean fa*

and said he would remainas Druid City Hospital confirmed Goidwater ticket would be a i island alter missing an an. SfutturtU yio4+
chancellor. that the nine Negroes had been good one, he said ''I think the nounced rendezvous with his

The second Ne.gro treated, but It had no report on best ticket would be a Goldwa. Communist-ruled homeland,
One year ago alfoygppnL
entered the University of the policemen. The Tuscaloosa ter.Scranton ticket. It gets the vowed today that he will be

Mlsnlsslppl+ but the violence New said the policemen were combination of the Goldwaterexperience there soon :: 3.uW Inter-County Telephone System.J

b had marked the Initial not treated. on the national sceneand "Sooner than most people
W la September, the combination of a big think," said Ray. "It Is a mat.
d. rreratton Drift Carefully And Lire Eastern state" I ter of days"
I9tt) war abut t.

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