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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
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Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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40th NUMBER 224

I Jury Trials Voted For Propose January 1 Cutoff Date _d

Civil Rights ViolationWASHINGTON Zoners Favor End To The orBY f A '

(AP) The "We believe that reasonablemen THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Senate adopted today an are now ready to vote,"
amendment to the civil right Mansfield said.
NEW DELHI, India (AP) -
bill guaranteeing Jury trials In The Jury trial amendment was Prime Minister Nehru's succes.

all criminal contempts arising offered by Sen. Thruston B. sor, Lal Bahadur Shastri, nameda
I from the measure, except In Morton, R.Ky., and was sup. new Cabinet today that re.

voting rights cases. ported by Southerners, who All Home OccupationsThe talus the II member of Neh.

The rote was SMS have been fighting the bill for ru's Cabinet and Includes four

74 days.It new members
The Senate action was a defeat I
for administration forces, was the Senate's first vote I The additions are Nehru's

but one which Senate leaden In relation to the bill since May daughter, Mrs. Indira Gandhi,
5f r E" minister of information and
had somewhat discounted In ad. 6.
Zoning and Planning Board broadcasting, S. K. Pall, the
vance. It may help them get Thirty-one Democrats and 20 this morning recommended approval Congress party's political chiefIn

cloture Wednesday, to end the Republicans voted for the of a home-occupatlon license Bombay, railways minister
Southern filibuster against the amendment. Voting against It .1 ;
then voted to eliminate Smjlva Reddy steel minister
bill, by nailing down more Republican were 35 Democrats and 13 Re all home-occupations after next r- r 1 and Ilumajun Kablr, minister of,
votes for the debate. .
publicans.One I.
January petroleum and chemicals.
limiting procedure.In of the Republicans who In other matters at this morn. r > l ,

advance of the test, Dem. supported the amendment was Ing's meeting, the board said It kit ; Lebam
ocratlc Leader Mike Mansfield Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona was not the proper body to con. rican BEIRUT military: veterans(AP),of At':

of Montana said he is "cautious. the front runner for the cider a request to rezone 20 t
PROPHET-Stn.u war in South Viet Nam are being!
ly optimistic" that the Senate GOP presidential nomination. NO small lots fronting on Danford M ,
employed by the royalist faction
will vote for cloture. Democratic leader Mike, Mamfiild Street, on the eastern shore,fromC
Later in the day it was to de. e In demon's civil war to prepare
of Montana looked thus II to E residential classifica I
Mansfield made this report ti o,,bate and act on an amendment lion g) M I ey artillery attacks in the republl.
inked If then
President Johnson at the week. by Sen. Bourke B. Hlckenloop capitol newsmen The toners looked favorablyon can capital not Sans, the news.
ly White House breakfast of er, R.Iowa, dealing with school were enough votes to halt fill the revised plat of Unit S! paper AI Nahar said today.
and buster againit. Civil rights bill. The said the Americans
Democratic congressional lead. desegregation, one by of The Moorings, which Includes paper ,
ers. Norris Cotton, R.N.H., dealing a dedicated 90-fcxX public access whose number was nut given,
with discrimination In employ. Marco were ex servicemen recruitedby
Developers route to the beach northof
menteMorton's a royalist leader through unofficial -
Holland Smathers Doctor Pass. The board
Please CommissionWith sources In the United
proposal would
guar. rescinded Its action of a pre-
Vote For Jury antee a Jury trial in all trim riots meeting asking City Council States
Inal contempt cases growing out Early LayoutThe to consider buying 300 feet

Trial Amendment of violations of Injunctions ob. Marco Island Development of beachfront property In this MOSCOW (AP) President

C tamed under all titles of the bill Corp. presented to coun- new Moorings unit for park pur. Tito flew back to Yugoslavia to.
WASHINGTON (AP) Florida excepting voting rights. commissioners this morn- poses. day after talk with Premier
Sens. Spessard L. Holland and The guarantee would apply ty Two applications for consump. Khrushchev on the troubles in
I George A. Smathers voted today; particularly to the titles barring ing a master zoning plan cov- tlon-on-premlsei beverage 11. Mea4ibs the world Communist movement

with the majority when the Sen,, discrimination in public accommodations ering about 6,000 acres of the censes were approved by the caused by the Chinese Soviet
ate adopted an amendment of employment, public area the firm plans to developon board only as to meeting the conflict

Sen. Thruston B. Morton, R-Ky.,, facilities and schools the Island 400-foot distance requirementfrom MOTORIZED FEZ, the entry of the Naples Shrine Club, passes cheering Khrushchev bade Tito farewellat
guaranteeing Jury trials in Grim,. On voting rights, the Kentuckl. This appeared an Innovationin churches or schools. And crowd which jammed downtown Naples for Saturday's Ceremonial Leningrad I airport, the Soviet
Inal contempt cases arising fron an would not disturb the 1957 steps to get Commission cooperation the board also discussed boathouses news agency Tass reported. The
all sections of the civil right: Civil Rights Act. This gives a and approval in largo at length, and may act parade Heavy showers cleared just in time for the paind!, alwaysa Yugoslav president spent 23

bill except voting rlihts.Everglades defendant In a criminal contempt developments by owners. Previously at another meeting soon to restrict headliner of Shrine ceremonials. Several other pictures of the pa. hours in Leningrad after a state

case a Jury trial only If It has been a custom their construction. rade appear on Page 6, this issue. (NEWS photo) visit to Finland

the Judge decides on a penalty that regulations be shownon "Good planning and toning!;
exceeding 45 days In Jail or a tries to discourage home occupations .
for ROME (AP) A hurricane
Men plats placed approval by
fine board member Wil.
$3,000 ,I lashed 270 miles of Italy' lour
Committee Recommendation
developers In this new maneuver i
The House bill now before the Ham Zimmerman said early In .
Found ,Senate does not give any right the plats to follow willconform t).e -discussion home occupa. ',. crowded upper killing Adriatic at coast least
GuiltyOn Monday night,
to a Jury trial In c rim incal""ton. to the master zoning tlons. "We should grant Just two Italians and sweeping fish.
tempts except that for public already on file few The city
plan as as possible.
Ing boats out to sea.
Snook RapEVERGI.ADl. accommodations, the limitationsof Commission accepted the has granted approximately 15 ConiiIv Teacliers Maw Seven) fishermen were feared
the 1957 law In voting cases master zone plan and will advertise home occupation licenses, a .' drowned

.. Lloyd House would apply.Morton's ; for a public hearing large majority of them within .- Inland, near Lake Carda, a cy.
and Mitchell House, both of Ever. amendment Is a mod. Executive Vice President the last three years. clone virtually wrecked the vlU
location of one he offered May decided .
gladeswere tried In United States E J. Mackle; and James Ven- Recently, City Council Use of Offlaga. It has a popula.
6 which was beaten 46 to 45 after to make all such licenses
Commissioner's Court on Fri. a series of parliamentary sel, In charge of architectural subject to year-to-year review. Get 1. II.erV C I.lt Help tlon of 1,100.

day, June 5, on charges of oper. maneuvers. Ills previous pro. engineering for the firm; and Previously, they had been grant

atlng an unlicensed boat and haveInr posal would have assured the Norman Hcrrcn of the Collier ed without time limit. board and faculties of Colllei
two net-caught snook In their Do teachers need clerical chosen by the board as a pilot KANSAS CITY, Kan. CAP) -
right of Jury trial in all cases Corp. presented the planto school and If the report by the County.
possession, one of which wai I assistance In time-consuming George John Gessner, a U.year.old .
undersized. growing out of the bill IncludIng the commissioners at the ALLOW EXCEPTIONSCity cord keeping and non-instruction committee Is accepted and steps nuclear weapons maintenance .

United States Commissioner voting rights. session. Attorney David Splngler :al duties? taken to Implement it, the plan ON SALARIES technician from Mel.
Ralph Jordan found the defendantsnot Sen. Hubert It. Humphrey, D. The area covered In the plan suggested that the board eliminate This question was asked by the will be used only In the local In another school problem ear., bourne, was convicted today of

guilty on the boat license Minn., the bill's floor manager, includes about 6,000 acres of home.occupatlons entire.ly I County School Board at a meet. high school next year. Superintendent.,, giving restricted Information too
charge. They were found guilty conceded Morton's amendment the 10,000 expected to be developed from the proposed tonlng-or. I Ing earlier this year and a com. The committee appointed by to Russian agents and was immediately .
on the snook violation and the might bo adopted. In the future Various dlnance revision. Then the ton. I mlttee was appointed to make a Superintendent W.D.Reynolds has agree on teacher raises for next sentenced to life inprison.

commissioner suspended the en. zoning was shown on the map era and Council could grant study. The committee report will been woiklng, on the report for school year. Reynolds recommended ., .

try,of sentence from day to day to include commercial, residential a special exception to the applicant 1 be an agenda item at next Mon.day' the past month. Details of the a $23 raise across the
who was not physicallyable of the board. report will be revealed at Mon.day' board above the annual lucr .
I meeting
and term to term of the court. Blood DonationsTo and
multiple family ment The board turned thumbs CAPE KENNEDY (AP) -
to conduct an occupation The committee comprised of meeting
This means that In case of fu 30 miles off
Cruising submerged
tUft violations the sentence can areas outside his home, Splngler noted. :Naples, Senior High School teach. In brief, Clerical help will be down on the proposal.The the Florida must the nuclear

be Imposed on the snook violation Be Accepted But the attorney said, regard ers. Included: Robert Mortland, sought In keeping attendance re. board requested salary submarine Daniel ,Webster Mon.
EVERYTHING MARKED application by Mrs.Rlch. William Cunningham cords and related statistical du. duly committee be appointedand
without another trial. leg an I chairman; .
day fired two Polaris A 3 mis.
Snook, It was explained, are I Sites for necessary utilities ard L. Fleming for a beauty. ,June Bremerman, Clinton Smith, ties Clerks will record gradeson a comprehensive report be sties within 33 minutes.
reserved as a game fish and Here Next WeekThe we re shown,sites forchur- parlor home-occupation license, I and Herma Williams. permanent records and make made to the controlling group The launrhlngs marked com.

can only be taken legally by hook cues schools park, public and "We're bound by our present Naples Senior High School was up student grade cardslf the Reynolds announced the corn pletlon of a perfect: series of firIngs .
and line. Maximum penalty for semi-annual blood donor private beaches; roads canals, zoning ordinance," which per. recommendations are accepted. mlttee personnel yesterday. by the sub.

violation of the snook regula. program sponsored by the Col and special restrictions were mils them. Member James Bell Teaching assistants In the Carroll Roney of Immokaleeis After a shakedown cruise, the
chairman of the committee
lion Is $500 fine or e month S Her County Blood Bank will shown. suggested that advisement the application be LATE FLASHLONDON classroom non.lnbtructional can relieve teachersof bygreding The board requested that num. submarine will he the first In

Inprisonment. be held week to A site about IS taken under the fleet to
next according including acres of department ber of lay be Included carry the advanced
"You Just Issued one up the CAP) Lord papers. Appointment persons
the local Jaycees who are handling was marked for a public (Continued on S) Polaris A.3
street from me, Mrs. Flem. :I Beaverbrook, Canadian born heads will be recom. page
publicity (for the project.The park, labeled as an Inland recreation leg pointed out, and the board i I newspaper magnate, died sud. mended.
Warns Against blood donations will be area School sites voted to grant her request The Eating Fat FoodsNEW accepted in Naples! Wednesday were shown which will be dedicated recommendation will go to Council 1 I home at Cherkley materials center be provided. One Problem $$$

June 17, from noon to 6j30p.ni. to the county. Church for approval at its June 17 Beaverbrook, a.legend In Lon. Another recommendation will

and again on Thursday morning sites shown will be dedicated meeting, as will other recommen <.Ion's Fleet Street, turned 83: seek Increased cooperation U*.
YORK (AP) Every June 18 from 8 to 10:00 a.m., :May 21., tween the superintendent, the Fireworks
body, not Just overweight per. : (Continued on page 2) (Continued on page 8) Big Display
sons and those who've had heart at the Woman's Club. Immo-

disease, should eat less fatty kalec residents will have their I

food, the American Heart Also chance to donate on Thursday,

elation says. June 18, from 1 to 5:30 p.m. Planned For July 4thA

The organization widened Collier County Blood Bank r,
Monday Its recommendation of President Norm Herren, has r

three years ago because, it said, appointed two project coordinators aiZ bigger than ever fireworks small, will be predated, Mrs.
of mounting evidence of a relation DorU Johnson In Naples ? wv for the fourth of July display lithe Hodges! said.

between fat consumed, ch. and Judge Ollle Hancock In aim of the Junior Wn Mrs WtUUm Longshore Is
lesterol In the blood and heart nun's. Club, if
Immokalee. Z sponsors president of the Junior Woman's
disease. : ?cw the annual community af. Club which Is raising funds and

fall: Mrs.Earl C.Halpschats. planning for the celebration. Con.
man of the event, said t'Us morn. tributtons may be sent to Mrs.
Center Summer
Cypress Program r..i Ing that If the contributions are Hodges at 3520N.Tamlaml TraiL
I forthcoming the club will put on

Opens Soon Under New Director an outstanding show
Tentative, plans call for $1,000 County Fire Unit
worth of fireworks which will he
President Ted Below has announced em Michigan.! The Job entailed shot off from the west end of tins Fought 26 FiresIn

that the summer pro- the teaching ecology and various fir a Naples Pier John Ledbetttr,
gram at the Naples Cypress other outdoor activities to a member of the American L*- Month Of May

Center will start the latter fifth and sixth grade children glim will be In charge of this pore

pan of June, Registration dates The next work experience In tlon of the program The County FirControl Unit
will be announced next week. biology took Braden the Boston It II expected that the display reports 26 fires during the
Museum of Science wherehe will get under way about S p.m., oath i of May burning over
Below announced that this shortly after sunset, Saturday if.lernuon about ',50 acres of Collier County -
worked as an Education De-
summer Thomas Braden of Chicago July 4. The pier and land ,.wenry.th ree were
ill., will be director at partment assistant. This meant t the beach front adjacent Is expect. listed as wild fires, three AS
demonstrations of their live
the ed to be filled with onlookers as fires. Therewas
center. miscellaneous
owl, porcupine and snakes to h.o been the case In past years dur-
Braden's qualifications arcs the general public as well as iu A big barbecue with a menu no controlled burning

A graduate of Antioch, Ohio; preparing various exhibits. etch Includes ribs, chicken and ing the month.

graduate work at the Univer- In the summer of 1962 he 41 k. flih will be served at 5 o'clock The Immokalee tower report

sity of Alaska,Pestalozzl Proe- worked for the National park tl j.t afternoon in Gambler Park, ed .36:) Inches of rainfall during
prepared by Sheriff the month with 2.38 at Miles
bel. Chicago. Braden'sdegreewas Service ss a seasonal naturalist ..- -- E.A (Dour)
In and Educationand Handry, to help finance the pro. CltVI ,E"J at Naples and 4.50
Biology( In Mt. McKInley National FRIENDLY GESTURE The local Knights of was a highlight of the night In the opinion of Jetl. Inches at Marco. The averagefor

Theater Park In Alaska. Columbus Council, an organization of Roman the Shriners In the picture left to right. Mrs Sponsors of the celebration the month was 2U7 Inches.
Since Antioch Is a cooperative Mr.Braden has worlced with Catholic men provided a pleasant surprise for the R. Stewart Lang, wife of the Egypt Temple potentate have already sent out letters Construction of the new headquarters -
Institution school children In Amloch' ,
with complex grade thousands of visiting Shriners and their ladies ; 0. Carlyle Brock national deputy imperial tc various public spirited citizens on the site along Raulo;
and unique work s 1,000 ac re Gen\ Helen forest .,sluing for contributions
study program. Beach Club luau and buffet Mil Malcolm wife of to help reported
M spent two of his five preserve and Ls more than Saturday night at the potentate ; McAllister the defray the expenses Containers Road was progressing

working In various areas of years endeavor qualified aj Naples Cypress when AI Tatu, new grand Knight of the local Mahl Temple potentate : Mrs. Harold Kastner, :ii o have been placed In various on schedule. The Ranger'ahouse

; for 3 months as a Center's director,"said President Council, presented a bouquet of flowers for wivesof wife/ of the Rahia Temple potentate and AI Tatu, t iness places around town.Any at Marco U nearing com-

school camp counselor In south Below Shriners. The friendly overture by the KnighU of the local Knights (McGrath photo) itricution, no matter how pletlon.j .

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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, June t, 19U Gets Ticket For

and East Glacier held city wa. Michigan Failing To Yield ,

8 Dead In f.r supplies. Henry G. Wills of Bonlu
West of Dupuyer, the Swift '
r r Springs was given a ticket fo.
Reservoir dam Strike
gave way, turn t a May the
to yield right
falling Gt
Ing normally docile Birch Creek
Flood InMontana Into a mlle-wlde river. way following an accident u
Jim Farrar Shelby watched 1:30 o'clock Monday afternoo

15 horses ,hurled into a ravine TodayHtLLSDALE at the corner of Fifth Averu*
by the torrent. Moments later it End; Parkway and Ninth Street,
caught a herd of cattle and South.

churned them under Mich. (AP) According to police reports,
West of Browning, on the Workers at the strlfe-torn Essex Wills who was headed east on
GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP- Blackfeet Reservation, a dam on Wire Cord. 1ere(| to hold a back. Fifth Avenue Parkway,
Floods described as the worst in Two Medicine Creek burst and tOow," s o5 today in the wake
memory swept out of Montana's water cascaded over Indian of a waritll from Gov. GeorgeW the "stop" sign at Trail
northwestern mountains Mon. of and then proceeded across the
dwellings. Five member of a ftoroa r that settlement
day, killing at least eight per. family named Grant were miss. the 102.day.old, violence-ridden path of a car driven by Mrs.
sons, sweeping away dams and Ing.A strike Is of vital Interest to the Agnes Mary Kernjack: 30 Seventh -
bridges and leaving hundreds of policeman In Browning said public. Ave? S. who was travel-
residents Isolated. Rain pelted witnesses saw the family swept Officials of Essex and of the Ing south on the Trail.
the area for the fifth straight away In a surge of water as they International Union of Electrical Damage was estimated at

day tried to clamber onto a pickup Workers, AFL CIO, expressed $150 to Mrs. Kernjack's car
Authorities said the death toll truck. The family Included an JACK BLISS I the Police optimism that the 180 strikers and $100 to the Wills'
Included ( ) sergeant on Naples at car.
five members of
one elderly woman. The truck and the modified
Blaekfeet: Indian family. bodies were not recovered. Work Stoppage Force will be graduated from the Southern Police Skidmore College agreement approve wbrked out Mondayat Officer Jerry Winebrennermade

A girl was reported drownedIn The main floods were on the Institute in Louisville, Ky., in ceremonies scheduledfor Awards Degree To a slx.hour meeting with federal the investigation for the
Valler, on the Indian reservation Sun River, rising In mountains Grows Worse At Friday, June 12. Others in the photo from and state mediators In Detroit. Naples police department.

and two motorists were west of Great Falls, and on the left are : Lt. Guy P. Hines, Kansas City, Mo. ; Carolyn CollinsMiss .
missing after their vehicles Marias River, with tributariesin Tamm Gov. Romney made a personal
Quinn executive director International
plunged Into raging streams. Glacier National Park. Cape Kennedy Carolyn J. Collins, 741 appeal to the disputants to "re
Association of Chiefs of Police Lt. T. M. Newman
Col. Howard McKinney of the : Admiralty Parade, Naples, was member that the public Interestis New Crisis
Both the Sun and Marias feed
Cook Sheriff's Police Illinois and Lt. J. C.
Montana National Guard said Into the Missouri River. Up. CAPE KENNEDY (AP) A County ; awarded a Bachelor of Arts of greater Importance than
the floods were the greatest stream gates at Canyon Ferry work stoppage worsened todayat Knepper, South Bend. Ind. Degree in Blo-Chemlstryat the that of either party."
natural disaster the state has Dam near Helena were closedto the nation's space facility as 53rd Commencement at Skid- Frank Galluccl, vice presidentand
ever suffered. lower the pressure on the officials strove to untangle a more College, Saratoga legal representative of Es Faces Brazil I
Damage estimates ranged into fast.rising Missouri complex 1 situation stemming Jack Bliss To Graduate Springs, N.Y., held Sunday.In sex, and Robert Klingensmith
the millions of dollars. The Sun, which Joins the Mis. from a railroad strike. addition Miss Collins was administrative aide to IUE
Rescue workers were blockedIn court at Great Falls, was expect A spot check at a site wherea 12 graduates President James Carey, ex.
many places by washed-out ed to reach a crest of 20 feet- Titan HI launching pad was among receiving" pressed confidence the modified Due To Purge
bridges and long stretches of more than eight feet above flood being built showed that no work. From Police Insitute "Departmental Honors. This agreement would be accepted at
Inundated highway. At least 20 stage-late today at Great Falls men reported on the Job today.Of award is made on the basisof the mld.afternoon voting ses.
bridges and four earthen dams This would cause lowland flood. the 947 construction workers departmental recommendation slon today. RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil
were carried away by the pound. ing surpassing a 1953 flood that employed there, 162 showed up This Friday June 12, Ser- speaking; police organization and faculty approval to students Gov. Romney, Carey and top (AP) New political turmoil
Ing water. caused millions of dollars dam. yesterday, first day of picketing geant Jack Bliss, Naples Police 1 and administration. Special who achieve a 3.5 quality officials of Essex hammered out threatened Brazil today becauseof
Powered by near.record rains age by the Brotherhood of Maintenance Department wlllgraduate froma research projects, small group point ratio foe all work In the broad outlines of a proposed new the purge of Juscellno Ku.
and late-melting mountain snow. Great Falls, with 70,000 rest of Way employes. 12-week course In Police workshopsand reference read- major department, exclusive of contract at an all-night session bltschek, banned from politics
packs, the floods hit by surprise. dents, Is Montana's' largest city. The brotherhood, and 10 other Science and Administration at ing assignments are an Impor- the freshman year, and a qualIty in the governor's office In Lansing for 10 years to keep him from
Center of the flood area was nonoperatlng unions, have beenon the Southern Police Institute, tant part of the curriculum. point) ratio of 3.0 or aboveIn last Saturday. Members of getting the presidency again.
northwest of Great Falls where strike since Jan. 23, 1963, University of Louisville, Ky. Emphasis Is placed on administrative all-work taken at the college. the striking IUE Local 810 at President Humberto Castello
Branco decree
signed a
the surging streams coursed against the Florida East Coast ousting
In the class are 30 officers and Hlllsdale decided Sunday not to
through small communities and Tide Turning Railway In a stalemate that from 15 states. supervisory take a ratification vote, pending Kubltschek from his Senate
training. Twelve college credits seat and removing the political
ranch homes.
prompted pleas from President
Marco clarification of Issues, and sent
Sergeant Dorsey 1.. Bass Is are granted to those students rights of the powerful political(
Despite weather
poor flying Johnson and the late President the back to the local's bar.
one Jet-powered Air Force helicopter Against John F. Kennedy.Representatives. also a graduate of the Institute.He who meet university entrance (Continued from page 1) gaining committee. leader who had been the leading

penetrated the flood. of the Nation.al was a member of the June requirements and main- to church denominations, Ven- Cubed said, "Part of the contender for the presidency in

stricken area. Says Rep Rogers Labor Relations Board wentto 1963 graduating class. tain the necessary scholastic sel said. problem was that the union lo. October 19G5.
With a sling and hoist, Air Cape Kennedy. The Southern Police Institute standing during the term. In describing residential cal membership was asked to The suave former society sur.

Force medics lifted seven per. Congressman Paul Rogers (D. The Department of Defense was established lUbe Uni- the winter months four two- lots to show on future plats absorb in a three-or four-hour geon joined more than 200 per.
sons from perches ranging from Fla) told the Florida State Con. months ago stopped bringing In versity of Louisville In 1951. weeks' seminars are given on said they will vary In size from meeting all the details that we sons whose political rights have
tree limbs to roof tops. An Air venllon of the American Legion freight by rail In consequence of Its purpose Is to give veteran subjects of current Importance 100 by 110 feet, to 125 by 175 had worked out with the unionin been suspended since President
Force spokesman said one man In Jacksonville Saturday that the the FEC strike. But the National police officers comprehensive in the law enforcement field. feet. About 10,000 residentiallots more than seven months of Joao Goulart and his leftist re.
was taken from a roof Just as tide Aeronautics and Space Admlnls. rime were overthrown April 1,
was turning In Latin Amerl.ca advanced training in the latest be bargaining.
Tuition for the Is will provided for homes.
It started long terms Former Presidents Goulart and
to go under water against Fidel Castrol. tratlon (NASA) permits deliveryof methods of law enforcement.Two Some 200 Michigan National
Destruction was heaviest In "Latin Feelings as shown by materials to contractors via $300; for the seminars $150 Some deed restrictions in Guardsmen and about 60 Mich. Janlo Quadros, who resigned in
the small communities of Au., twelve-weeks' terms and each. certain areas wlllupgradepre- August 1961, also have lost
Brazil's Overthrow of Joao Gou. an FEC spur the railroad built Iran state police troopers pa. po.
gusta, Choteau, Browning and lart and Venezuela's movementto to Merritt Island, site of the no. four two weeks' seminarsare In the 14 years of its opera- sent county zoning requirements trolled at the strUie-b o un" Iltlcal rights.
Dupuyer. Isolate Cuba through further tlrtn's developing moonport. offered annually. Before tion, the Institute has graduated for residential building.The plant, scene of picket-line dls. "My enemies fear me because
Dams burst near Choteau, sanction in the Organization of The maintenance of way an application for admission to 839 officers from the plan showed four-lane orders and outbreaks of violence they are afraid of the manifestation I
Browning, Dupuyer and East American States shows us the men'a action drew the support the long terms is considered, long terms and 1,003 from the highways leading to public during the long strike. of the people," said Kubit-
Glacier sending walls of water entire hemisphere is behind UJ5. from members of other unions the officer must pass the Uni- seminars. They represent 423 beaches and other areas to move Galluccl said the offer was a schek, "and thus with this brut. j I
up to 30 feet high over the policy," the Congressman from from the outset. versity's entrance examina departments in 39 states, the traffic efficiently and not four.year pact which would give al act they (the government) I
sparsely populated area West Palm Beach told Legion tion. The long terms cover U.s. Army, U.S. Air Force, through restricted residentialareas. workers an estimated 33 cents remove me from the road of
Col. McKinney set up a rescue naires. To Ask CourtTo 300 hours of classroom Instruction the State other Increase over the $2.47 an hour 'elections-which are the may
operations center In Helena, the Department, valid manifestation in a truly
Rogers then called for Increas. In criminal law evidence he said production workers now
Governmental and 25 Commercial zoning was "
state capital, after acting Gov. ed American agencies, democratic regime.
pressure UJ5. and average.
Dave Manning declared the allies shipping to Cuba.upon He Reconsider procedurehuman; relations foreign countries. Of these 77 shown at different locations to The ouster could prompt Ku.
floods and human behavior;crime pre chiefs of and 46 dilute "There will '.
a state emergency. Gov. singled out Great Britain ai the are police are congestion. Shoot bltschek Social Democratic
Tim Babcock was In Clevelandat most flagrant violator of Amerl. vention; criminal investigative assistant chiefs. be restrictions prohibiting four Laos party, largest in Brazil, to with.

the National Governors Con. ,can policy In the Caribbean. Arm. Bible Decision procedures scientific aids and The Institute Is financed by filling stations on one corner," Down U.S. Navy Jet draw support from Castello
ference. I ed with facts and figures, Con. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Atty. methods of Investlgatlonjpubllc the City of Louisville and the said Mackle. Branco's government. A party
In hard-hlt Choteau, all 2,000 I gressman Rogers showed how Gen. James Kynes said today Ford Foundation. Previous County Engineer Harmon On ReconnaisanceVIENTIANE spokesman said party leaders
4residents left their homes to seek ;Britain's decision renew large Dade County is planning to ask. "' grants were received from the Turner said both the County would meet to decide on a
eMber overnight In ' and country club on higher i Cuba has 'week reconsider U.S. Embassy: spokesman Several thousand supporters
lessened the burden of Its decision
ground. In Record NumbersAt 'Y'ork,1:;1ier1l t facaffohTioard ty Zoning Board had viewed today search for a U.s. pilot massed outside Kubltschek's
Soviet outlawing Bible
I .
support Russia must In
Nearly 1,000 persons were ride for maintaining the "can.pro. schools pub.lie ForestsThe (a Rockefeller foundation.) the master zoning plan and puta shot down Saturday over Com. apartment house in Rio Mon.
housed In State State scholarship have stamp of approval on it. munl>t territory is continuing
emergency accommo. datlons In Great Falls. Join the Dade County group In year 1963 was a record- been made by the Acmaro Securities Commissioners in acceptingthe despite reports that he has been anthem and cheering the former
Typhoid vaccine was dls. than IOOp00 school filing the petition. breaker for visitors to Flor- Corporation Georgia( ) plan complimented the firm captured btu the Red Pathet Lao. president. They carried him
patched to a number of cities classrooms' built since 1920 Last week, the Supreme Court ida's State Forests. More than and P.A.B. Widener Ill (FlorIda representatives for foresight In The spokesman said there is through the streets on their

,,' where community drinking water were, constructed of combustible: knocked down the Florida requirement 100,000 campers, fishermen, ). planning the development. nothing conclusive about the re. shoulders.
was polluted by floodwaters.The ports but admitted the pilot was A clash threatened when followers
I material, the US. Office of on grounds of separaU and picnickers turned out for :
dams that broke at Chateau ( not sighted by rescue planes on of Kubltschek's old fi
:CUuk III icpmta. n ,i church and Ate and weekend : *
jaunts. It l"Vj"f'
,; outings Rad : Monday and hopes for his recovery Carlos Lacerda, governor al
is that the State For- ,
expected fade with each day. Guanabara Slate and a rival

ests will host even more visitors By CYNTHIA LOWRY' placement will be a comedy The spokesman said the presidential candidate' arrived
this year. AP Television-Radlo Writer series called "Valentine'sDay and began jeering. They dispersed !
downed flier had been
: YOUR MERCURY MAN PROUDLY ANNOUNCES Though thousands of Floridians NEW YORK (APAlthoughthe ," starring Tony Franclosa over the weekend but spotted heavy when the Kubltschek
. TIM and out-of-state visitors three major television net. The shifts do little to change Communist fire crowd continued to grow.
t HOT NEW ENTRY IN descend on the four State For- works have been proclaiming the general complexion of next ed helicopters from picking him Kubltschek came to prominence

CASTEEL THE SPORTS-CAR CLASS arty, not one of the four for some time that their fall season's Saturday night pro. up. as governor of Minas
I coup be called a "tourist schedules were "locked up," grammlng. "Outer Limits" at Gerais State during the final
- mecca." somebody at ABC has kept the 7:30 p.m. (Eastern time) has a Unofficial reports earlier: had I term of Getullo Vargas, who
key. strong appeal to the young audl. said at least two and possibly committed suicide in August
Blackwater Rive State For-
r In a sudden change of plans ence as does NBC's pair of new five rescue craft were shot up 1954.
e est, with 183,166 acres of forest Monday, ABC announced It comedy shows at the sametime during the first two days of Campaigning for president on
primeval Is above all elsea would drop its Saturday evening : "Flipper," which has a search operations. a pledge to make Brazil an Industrial .
forest wild and unsullied. "Hootenanny" folk song pro. domesticated dolphin for a star, British and other diplomats '' giant, he was elected
t Within Its recesses are deer, gram and replace It with "The followed by a cartoon series ,expect to get word of the pilot's and launched his regime with
turkey, bear, and wild hogs. Outer Limits," a science fiction about croak-voiced Mr. Magoo. fate when they fly to Khang 'I Goulart as vice president on
rte Four streams .- each an drama series that has done That will leave adults of all Khay on Wednesday for talks <'Jan. 31, 1956.
angler's delight -now throughthe pretty well this season. ages in the great audience witha with Prince Souphanouvong, As president, he opened Bra-
- I LVLLLWfILiii. forest and there are two The move undoubtedly Is pop. choice between Jackie Glea. head of the Pathet Lao. :tU'. doors foreign investment,
lakes, each well-stocked with ular with the "Outer Limits" sun's variety hour, a good bookor t transforming the land into South"merica's
because a night the town. Reliable sources said the .
people, It had been on most industrialized
bass and bream.Wlthlacoochee
pitted next season opposite both The really good news today,::Pathet Lao headquarters In i nation
State Forest, "The Beverly Hillbillies" and is that at long last CBS' Ed :I Khang Khay Informed Its offl- The constitution barred Ku.
near Brooksvllle, a vast area "The Dick Van Dyke Show," Sullivan Show has finally con. dais In Vientiane of the capture IJf I bitschek from re-election and
: totaling 113,000 acres, Is two CBS programs which are eluded Its bookings of British Lt. Charles F. Klusmann 30 Quadros( won the presidency In
spread through four Florida among the most popular showson rock 'n' roll groups, although t'Jf f San Diego, Calls, whohad 1960. Goulart, Quadros' vice
counties. One portion of the the channels.Into the situation makes one wonder I parachuted from his Crusader i I president also, moved up when
forest Is primitive that some that tough Wednesday how those teen age female J j let fighter on Saturday. I Quadros resigned in 1961.

of the few panther remaining In evening spot dominated by the screamers in his studio audio A U.S. helicopter
CBS shows ABC has ences will now spend their Sun. rescued
Florida have chosen It for their Cmdr. Doyle W. Lynn of La Twenty-five new campground:
placed a new musical show day evenings.
range. Mesa, Calif., Monday and new have been added to national
the forestis designed primarily to appeal to 'him back parks 1963. Then have
Coursing through Most to the aircraft carrier wince
teenagers called "Shindig promising viewing pros
t lr w the Wlthlacoochee River, followed by "Mickey," a situa., pact tonight is NBC's Flag Day Kitty Hawk In the South China i ncreaaed the total I to 514acilitiea
which widens at one point Into tlon comedy starring Mickey special, "The Red, White and Sea. Lynn's Crusader was hit f capable atcommodat
Silver Lake.-a beautiful site for Rooney, pulled out of its Friday Blue." Whiter Brennan narratesthe Sunday while he was escorting i ng 26,626 families every night

y camping, picnicking, swim- night lineup. Mickey's re. I Project 20 production. a reconnaissance mission. "

.. .. I IHere's ming, boating, and fishing Mc- ,
Kethan Lake, within the boundsof
the forest. Is another- popu-
y lar spot.
At Blackwater, and at Wlth

lacoochee State Forest, public

Improvements are continually
being made -- sanitary facilities .: ? .><'

deepwells, access roads,
camping sites, tent mounds I

parking lots, and pumped sand e
for beaches. d SAVE MONEYON
Two other State Forests are
not so large or as veil develop 1 s ,.
ed, but visitors have Increased w4f COSTS

I and some new facilities will WITH LP CASS
I be added. One Is Fine Log
one sports car you needn't wait for It's Lincoln.Mercury's newest .
:State Forest near Panama City ? twitching tol" 11.0.1. d.
and hottest and it's here right nowl! Neither do you need a computer to figure the other Is Cary State Forest .wdun 1.1w .c.......,

the price of options-our low figure includes all this equipment and more: near Jacksonville m1 ....d truck** r** .1.1., ....

INDIVIDUALLY ADJUSTABLE BUCKET SEATS WITH CONSOLE All the forest are managedby d fed sump,, rWvi ...",...,

e CYCLONE SUPER 289 V.8. LUG TYPE CHROME WHEEL COVERS I the Florida Forest Service, .... .* Oil, Ml c.,* end.
,'". ... .
TACHOMETER and the agency's responsibilities 'Of* and .v. MMT
l Include of the .c. 1mb by as math as
?> ,
I Forestlands from fire work In % pwf You balk
ENGINE DRESS.UP KIT TURN SIGNALS. ROOM FOR FIVE PASSENGERS I reforestation, selective, bar- woe If-Ow .....

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FAST CREDIT EASY TERMS 1 resting( of timber and timber r

COME IN FOR YOURS-TODAY j itand Improvement. r

COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS Inc. las The cooperative Florida Forest agreements Service 'k I
;with the Florida Game and .
-- -
Fresh Water Fish Commission,
680 Tamlami! Trail No. Phone MI 2.'154 10 that legal harvests by TOP
LEVEL TALK- Prtndt' Lyndon B. Johnion and former Pruidtnt Dwight" I
sportsmen can be kept at a D, Eittntiowtr. huddl while attending the dedication ttrtmonitt of the George C Marshall.. ,a
-T1 YOUR MERCURY MAN ---- r maximum Rtitarch. Library at Virginia, Military Inetitute In Lonngton. Va Ut li ."lIr.*.*. with aubjact

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\ l! Reshuffle Fails To Mar News From ..

Play At Duplicate MeetBY County RecordsCHANCERY DOCKET ews Bonita

C.J. McMURRY time that this has occurred in his Walker Fertilizer of Florida rom By RAE WEAR

Benjamin Disraeli once re four years of association with the vs TJ. Chastain and Garlic ---........ ----ttrrssta-tptsrsa sars-

marked. "It Is much easier tot club. It might therefore be Uiastaln... mortgage; foreclosure What a welcome sound Is Fort Myers Hospitals. Any-
clrtical than to be correct." remarked tha the two incidents "rain on the roof". We are one Interested should contact
The Naples Duplicate! Bridge prove that good direction Is the r M'd F. Fayard and Fayard hopeful for many hours of this Dick Valpey or Commander

Club players proved themselvesthe rule and nut the exception. Hardware and Supply Co.. vs precious water. For many Trew,
It must be further
exceptions last Friday when remarkedthat Hank of Naples Fay A. Blue weeks we have struggled with
an unfortunate Incident Vic Pennywltt did a hercu.
with the In conenectlon j 1 ayard, Herman Walter, Sr, the watering process In an effort HOOSIER MEETINGThe
play of the boards lean job in determining the winoners
necessitated the boards being reshuffled and the relative status of all frank C. Walter, Gustol L. to help keep our greenery Hoosier Club of Books

and again dealt after the.the playersfor effect, two separate i 4 Wellington and Effle B. Buchanan alive. Springs held their June meet-
sixth round of play. Little or no amthoughbob.tanedgames + quiet title. Vacations or just vacation Ing this past week In the Community
criticism was heard and the of duplicate were played. I am Christine M. McBride vs time seems to be the pet sub Hall, followed by a short
usual friendly acceptance of a told on good authority that he did Ernest J. McBrlJe.. divorce. !Ject of all ages. Either we are program and a social hour.
mishap was experienced. Among not burn much midnight oil at going or we have been or we The group voted to recess
a less agreeable group friction the Worn ami Club as scoring was COMMON LAW will just relax and stay put. their get-to-gethers until the

might have developed.In a difficult problem which could. Olln's Rem-A-Car Systems The next Bonita Health Clinic first Wednesday In October,
the recollection of not be quickly resolved. However
the Inc., vs The Cove Congress will be Wednesday June 24, Mrs. Dan Coble vice-presi
writer this Is only the second I am further informed that
his neighbors wondered why the 3 Inn, Inc...unpaid account. from 9 to 3 p.m. and then durIng dent, presided led In the Pledgeof

flare-up of light in his house before July and Augusteach fourth Allegiance to the American
University Plans
daybreak Saturday morning. MARRJGES Wednesday only from 9 to 3. Flag the Invocation was given
Garden Club Short Vic assures me that the final Licenses Issued You are urged to take note of by William Griffin
tabulation Is truly exoteric and I '-' -- --..." "- Keith J. Each, Homestead, this change and In addition the "Happy Birthday" was sungto
Course June 24 therefore pass the results THE CHOICE of good clothing, priced reasonably, is unlimited in and Ruby Jean Humane Opa- added afternoon hours) as announced Mrs. Ruby Carpenter.

along to you.NorthSouth. this section of the Gift and Exchange Shop. Ready to assist customersare locks by the P UN. Mrs. Others attending were Mr.
Do you want to learn the played 20 boards. volunteer workers from left : Mrs. Richard T Hale, Miss A. Berdena Jesse Charles Fielding and Rebecca VanDuzer. and Mrs. RJ. Frederick. Mr.
,newest trends flower arrangementhowtopracticebonsal- and because of the dual games, an McIntosh and Mrs. B. G. Sutton.
J ,' average of 48 points resulted.. (NEWS photo) Adelalda Santiago Dade County From Snowflake, Arizona and Mrs. Forest C.Armstrong,
Fay and Gertrude Dellendorf Mrs. William Griffin and Dan
The Holms scored 53
how to grow a beautiful lawn? Galore Barton Rees McBride and who are on the first leg of their Coble.
These and other points for first, with the George Fakahatchee Bargains
many questions Not
Smiths runnersHip at !51-Vi. The EndangeredBy Barbara Joann Allen, North annual tout; month vacation
will be answered the
at Dan had Hollywood write us after leaving the Oxe-
20th Annual Garden Club Short good pitching At Woman's Club Chicago First
for their third at 50 while the nor Clinic In New Orleans wherea
Course to be held en the cam- Louis Grahams failed to snatch License Applications good report was receive
pus of the University of Flor- Golden Gate Says JungGeneral Graders
-ida- In Gainesville June 24-26. that with extra 48-V4 half-polnt for fourth.and Results.finished Exchange ShopThe Robert Brady Daugherty and ed.Utah They and are the desert now en as routeto they Write,

The course will be conductedby four below.teams above average, seven C.E. Jung speak- to take steps to control the Naples Woman's Club Mabel John Edith E. McConnell Hudson Naples Naples put It, to thaw out (wonder why Publish Book

the Florida Institute for Continuing Since there was a very satis ing to the Exchange Club af water as well as private corporations. Exchange and Thrift Shop,located and Jacqueline E. White St. they left Florida), In Arizona
University Studies factory attendance of 11 Vi their meeting at the BeachClublast at 137 10th Street North Petersburg. they have a daytime high of CHICAGO (AP) There's a
(FICUS) under the sponsorshipof In the Is well known oldtimersbut 99 31. new book on the market todayat
tables, East.West teams were evening claimed that the conclusion general to Sandy Lee Campbell Fort nights the of but
The Florida Federation of elected to have a reset period. Gulf American Land Corporation showed the members a detail Is unknown to newcomers, Myers and Marie Mallory.Na- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fisher the 20 University authors will Chicago have a problem
Garden Clubs. The teams therefore played only will not drain water from ed map to be used to keep the a spokesman< said yesterdayand plea (she will be remembered as the signing the first editions.

Advance registration Is in- 18 boards for an average of 44. the Fakahatchee area. He em- County Commissioners In- invited newcomers to paya Lloyd Thomas Graham and former Ruby Arth who had occupied The authors, first craders.are

vited and saves considerabletime This direction found the strong phasized also that"The corpor- forjned of the prog res? being visit to the enterprise. Karen Elizabeth Junes, Mi the Diane Kelley home till learning how to print their
and effort upon arrival. team to be the Eugene Parkers, ation will not take any water made by the corporation. Old-timers will find something back In 1942)) spent sometimeIn names.

Registration fee Is $14.70 including scoring 49-1/ points. The Harry from the Corkscrew Swamp new at the thrift shop ami.George G.Jenkins, Wauchu- Honks over the weekend< visiting The 20 precocious members of
Peters did a good at 47.0.The
meals and Insurance. Stanley Shuarts paced job into show regardless of statements to the Kansas University too, for It Is now alr-coiidl- la and Iva Catherine Summers with many friends, especially Mrs. Judy Jonei' first-grade
Is but Honed and the floor has Mrs. Edythe Mclaughlin class at the university's laboratory
Housing optional reser- contrary. space Immokalce.
position with 48.4 and the Dr.John .
vations If desired for spaceIn Franklins came close with 43.9. "Understanding is neededas Awards Degree To been doubled recently. Thomas Richard Fossey and and Imperial Park residents.Mr. that school alone decided with learning In Novemr to

Broward Residence Hall Fifth had Mr. and Mrs. Park Wil. to what we are trying to "Not only can you find cloth- Shirley Rlcdrl [Butler Miami. and Mrs. Floyd (Buddy) read books, they'd like to write
headquarters for the course son, our new guest for this week, do," he said. "Families are Neil Towner Brown Ing at reasonable prices, but Wood and family are now occupying and publish one

should be requested at the time completing the list of those above being encouraged to come to Nell Towner Brown 963 household articles, jewelry, the recently renovated After seven months of almost

of registration for $2.50 per average, with their 45.6. Florid*. The state's exhibit Galleon Drive Naples was dishes furniture luggagc.plc- Cypress OES home of Mrs. Tom McClusky dally work, ISO copies of the
night. Advance registrationsshould When do you next want toplay? at the World's Fair shows this. among the 2,477 graduates cures, bric-a-brac and many year round on Pennsylvania ally colored magazine-size

be sent to Mrs. Ethel Too bad all problems are not As a result some one million awarded degrees at the University other useful articles" the Holds Ave Mrs. McClusky is the book, entitled "Interesting Stories
solved that easily; be at the Special niece of ," rolled off the two
Welch General Extension DIvision Woman's Club Individuals are arriving every of Kansas In ceremonies spokesman said. Mrs.Edythe McLaughlin press
next June
of FICUS Gainesville. Friday year. We must take care of held last week. Articles for sale are received and the daughter of Mrs. weeks ago.Proud .
12 and we're
I going to put more
On-the-spot registration opensat push on that 7:30p.m. starting these people. Gulf AmericanIs The 1964 ceremonies markedthe on consignment or as a do Flag CeremonySpecial Violet Sweeney who Is presently up. The book parents Is now snapped headed them fora
8 p.m. Tuesday June 23. time. trying to provide homes In 92nd annual commencement nation. Proceeds after pay visiting here second printing.

1 t what Is perhaps the largest land exercises at the University and ment of consignment commit- ceremonies for Flag "All schools and classroomsare

development In the world. It was K.U.'s largest graduatingclass. ments and expenses go directly Day were conducted at Cypress LEGION NEWSA concerned with writing and

Christian Scientists covers 178 square miles. to the Woman's Club for Chapter 236, Order of the Eastern T-Doi steak dinner for reading stories," said Mrs.

"The present water table Is Brown was awarded a Bachelor their civic projects.Mrs. Star, at the Masonic Tem- members and the auxiliary of Jones, 27. "We just took ours a
I. no lower than It was In 1961," of Arts Degree Louis O.Hack Is chairman ple In fine Ridge: American Legion John Murphy little farther."
said General Jung. "The cor- Mrs. J. Richey Homer Mrs. Trudy Gryphan worthy Post #303 was held Sunday at The students collaborated In

Name Edward Froderman poration has drained off enough co-chairman and Mrs. Fran- matron read histories of the the Legion! Home just off the writing and illustrating five
surface water to make Its land cis D. Martin Is treasurer of "American Flag" presentedby Beach Road. stories for the book, ranging

habitable. These operations Square Dancers the thrift shop. The staff ls Bruce Jenkins worthy patron The Fourth of July Parade from "Julie and Jane's Adventures -

have not touched the water under made up by volunteers and Is the "Church Flag" pre- Chairman Dick Evans has announced Got Our In Freedom School"' "to "How We
the lime rock. The Plan open all on Thursday afternoons several awards
surface Another year sented by William Tvgett associate money Another story tells of the adventures
watercomes from the Lake from 1 to 4 o'clock patron and the "Eastern have been received from our of Sammy, who livedon

} Okoechobee area or further Outdoor DanceThe japd on, Saturday from Q a.m. Star Flag" presented by local merchants the moon "in a big crater
ht 'Y ti' y north to 4 p.m. Doyle Morris, past pat ron. The Membership Chairman Bob that they had made tunnels
"A master plan Is needed to Sunshine Shufflers report Thrift Shop will be pleasedto ceremony ended with Mrs.Gry llashbarger reports an all through"

take care of future needs,to get an enjoyable dance Saturday receive articles from the phan reading apoem, "1'mglad time high membership of 162 The stories were'dictated to

the right water at the right night at their clubrooms, general public as well as club .that I am an American". for the year about to close. Mrs. Jones who said the Idea
place at the right time" said 950 Central Avenue. members. The telephone number Mr. Jenkins led the membersand Ray Chrlstoffersen. Bill behind the book came from Mrs.

General Jung. "There Is plenty Dancing were the Kllcs Is MI 22079. visitors In saying the obligation Werner and Bob llenzog were Farrand In the class Ennls, whose daughterIs
of water But It must be controlled appointed as the committee to
Heltons Cnappells, Goes, Glazers of the order. "The purpose of the project
Weirs plugs salinity Shafers Fred Decker, Youth Camp Opens It was voted that the chapter audit the Post books. was to expose the children to
dams are aU needed In the pro Bill Sell, Dempsey Hamm Joe disband meetings for July The summer camp for retarded the experience learning how
per places." To control this, Ruocchlo, Dca Hill, the Pol- June 14 At Ocala \August and September! to resume children will be held for i books are produced, said Mrs.

the general recommended the leys ail Lucy Shanaburger. How to rig a pole,string bow, again in October. eight weeks at the Fort Myers Ennls who works for a neighborhood
creation of a Board of Water Lloyd 11111 called. shoot a rifle, pitch a tent, and The next meeting June 18th Riverside School with Miss newspaper the Hyde
Commissioners with authorityto Ray Chappell club president paddle a boat are only small 'will honor master masons with Anne Lee Johnson as director. Park Herald
t 1 force government agencies announced ,the receipt of parts of the training program at a covered dish dinner and Fathers Anyone who Is able to assistIn Mrs. Ennls told Don McCabe,
10 ash trays donated by the the Youth Conservation Camp In i Day. transportation for this camp 'design editor of the newspaper,

Historical Group Snack Bar, a ceramic Ice tea .the Ocala National Forest which Mrs.G ryphan thanked her of-" should contact Miss Johnson. unteered'of the to project and the he book vol.
begins its 13 annual help ready
camping ses. This Is the third
cooler from Marge and Den fleers and refreshment committee consecutiveyear for publication.
Planning DisplayOf slon June 14.
Shafer and door prizes from The Youth for serving. that the Lee County Association But If life seems complicatedfor

County LoreThe Florence and Bob Coe operated by the ConservatlonCamp Game and FreshWater Visitors welcomed went for retarded Children j McCabe, author Sarah Err
.d Bea Hill won the early bird Fish Commission, pro. Alex Butzky Milwaukee< ,Wlsc.j has been voted the most outstanding nls, 8, takes It In stride.
board of
Collier directors of the prize given to someone dan- vides an education In conservation Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cobb Concord In Florida. "It's just make believe," she
County Historical
elation met Asso. cing In the first tip of the even- and nature study through Mich.; Olive Metts, Columbus The Fort Myers Elks Club I I told The Associated Press."The
yesterday noon at has Invited the local 'whole thing's just make be.
The Moorings Country Club with Ing.Helen participation In outdoor sell Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Legion "
President Fred Hamlln charge Klles and Ann Mellon cities The camp opens June 14 Herbert J. Baits Hazard Ky. Post to join them In their annual :lieve.

Present for the session were were In charge of refreshments, and continues through August 15, Members present werej Flag Day ceremony which Author Jeff Johnston, 7, said
what he liked best "whenI
Mrs. which Iced however the first two camping < Chalon- this year will be held a day !
Margaret Scott, Mrs. Elva were tea punch and Viola Stewart, Emma I I was asked to put autographs
rtrr,1 Griffin of Marco Island Fred home made cake. FlorenceCoe session are filled and openings ,,tier, Betty Brehm, Edith Ty- Iter-or Saturday June 13, ,In the books"
r Winter, H.A. Jones, Mr. and and flea Hill will be In remain 5.18 only for the periods July 'gctt Stella Cheek, Gertrude De In their lodge room. A sizeable .
Mrs. C.A. Bassett of Everglades July 19-August 1, August group from Domes! will ',,
charge of refreshments on June 2.8 and August 0-19.! Mers, Virginia Taylor Grace ,- y." I Inw
George Cowden, Harmon Turner, 13. Boys and girls between the Jenkins Bruce Jenkins William attend Any member who would f \ seed? hands with
Secretary Paul Backus and Mike ages
Chance.A Last night the Shufflers held change In the constitutionand their first monthly business :Information and applications for
by-laws of the organization meeting under the direction of camping reservations by writingthe Mlnrilo Chrlstoffersen Marvin J I...""...
was discussed and approved as their new officers Ray Chap- Youth Conservation Camp {Iolc. Edna Cole Ethel Paul. Another urgent and Important '
presented by attorney Toby Car. pell presiding After routine 'Game and Fresh Water Com j Doris EGadeesNaomi Floyd 'appeal Is being made by the see or phone

roll. It will be presented for consideration business a proposed amend. 'mission, Ocala, Florida.
to the association's fluent to the by-laws was pro Bales I Doyle Morris Helen 'account of Mrs Josephine Wa- SEARS-14APLESr.ea
membership at the next general posed which would create- honorary Mortland I llarvard.EIUabeml'arker.' 'nagas. To this debt of 23
NEW CHURCH PRESIDENT Edward Froder- meeting. memberships In the or Family l I pints only two pints have been J ..

man was named president at the Christian Science The Installation of historical ganization. This amendment Has Plans For Par-h* .vet| I .ier lo I forthcoming. Blood of any ,eouJo soyicTbuee

Annual Meeting in Boston June 8. Several thou displays In the space provided will come up for a vote at the I put through; a food chopper than I type can be donated to this l}].MAMnrrr rIretpwM
free to Historical
I sand members traveled to attend the meeting, heldIn by Everglades city officials Association In the July meeting. When the meetIng Busy Vacation .the raw meal. I account at either Naples or L- !! -

The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, old county courthouse building was thrown open for suggestions The Robert Mortland Family ,
Scientist. was discussed at some length. the secretary read will be quite scattered this sum- |
Efforts will be made, the board long list which had accumulated tier Mr. Mortland leavesSunday I
A call to use "spiritual ception" aj a necessity for decided to start the display as during the past month and for Gainesville and a summer '
power" to help solve the world's meeting todayls great human soon as possible.The more were made from the noor.F session it the University '
"thorny problems of human relations responsibilities. board authorized the pur. red Decker was appointed of Florida; Mrs. Mortland and ''
and race inequalities" "This unparalleled hourIs chase of two new cases for the eral chairman of the special gen the girls Nancy and Beth, leave I how to make headway
greeted Christian Scientists at presenting an opportunity for display of Items of historical In. events committee for the com Wednesday for a thrno-week visitin
their annual in Boston each of us," he said. It has terest. President Hamlln will Illinois with family and friends
meeting ing Lloyd Hill outlined '
Monday. become essential to "make use contact local firms to determineIf year. for In minds with family and I( : into warm weather )
of the cases can be built locally. preliminary plans an all friends. Beth then will go to ( ,
Several thousand members our" God-given spiritual The size and shape of the cases night dance on July 4. New York City to attend Ka. 5
from many states and countries power will be determined by Mrs.Scott's The dance next Saturday tharlne Gibbs School, beginning %I 1
attended the at The Mo- Froderrnan is a former vice- 13 6. will leave
meeting committee. June will be another out July Nancy July 4 i
ther Church. The First Churchof president of a Chicago bank door affair at Grater's Service for a month's visit In Lima, /

Christ Scientist. resigning In 1949 to enter the Center Fifth Avenue, Peru. f r

A from The Christ public practice of Christian NEW YORK'S SMALLESTNEW South; and the Tamlaml Trail When Mr. Martland's summer i When the weather wilts,
message Science healing. He moved term ls over and Nancy Is back {
Lew hairdo won't if
ian Science board of directors Green of Miami will call, your it's
Boston In 1966 to serve as. YORK (S P) The smallest and he from Peru, they all plan to visit f
reaffirmed the church's con- Manager of the church's Department theater in the city ha room will bring some 20 Miami Beth in New York and take in f 1 arranged ion an easy-care
viction that the force dancers with him for the the World's !
mightiest of Branches and for only 26 spectators but style by experts.
earth Is "the still small full-time occasion. Green last called In
on provides work for the
Call for
Practitioners. In 1961 he regular appoint
voice of universal Christian was two men who begin it as a hobby May when he awarded tlnyplas- In unmoldmf s I large chilled i
Idealism." appointed as a Trustee of The 12 yurt sgo, Francis J. Pcschka tic beer mugs to the men who custard, you may wish to act the ments anti look your beet
Christian Science Publishing and W. Gordon Murdock. successfully negotiated the dish in a shallow pan of hoi 1 for summer. tI
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stirred to Its very depths the The new church president Players are five hind puppets, es to award more of them this you turn out the custard. Hut be 1 /
message noted. But "the Mindof is a native of Ead-Salzuflen operated by Peshka, and (ran time with toy tea cups for the sure to run a spatula around the /
Christ surmounts divisionsof Germany emigrating to the October to May each season prey ladles who do the "tea edge of the custard to loosen it
creed and and blndJ cup after you've ith.. hot
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&bt olUert r NtIDSTUESDAY. 1 "S Hinman, Rocky's Top Aide:

oe V i Real I Asset to GOP Scene

i Washington Correspondent

Wars Don't Kill Many PeopleThat /d "BBf.v'',i fawAciiivrTDN- Newspaper Enterprise Assn.
f / - title is literally! true if you com- and insurance rates that quite evidently ( ,, of New York has brought admired to theRpnnhnrrnDolitical
the warmly
pare it to the deaths that traffic accI- result from such causes. Small heed has ] scene to move one of about on the campaign trail

dents cause on the nation's highways.For been paid them (just as small heed will p J \ \ and He respected is George:men L. ever Hmman, 58, the governor's top political

instance, the United States Armed be paid this editorial)) and little has been ,t 1 1lrE associate.! New York L Republican national portfolio.committeeman.lawyer. .

Forces had a peak strength of 12,300,000 done about anything. holder of.many Rockefeller. speak of IUnman above

Jn( World War II. Of this number, In the latest appeals, it is pointedout lIard-uusted a man of unexampled quality-gentlemanly, diplo-

(291,557 battle deaths were recorded.The that continuing Indifference to traffic mat" fair and straight In his dealings, Knowledgeable, and

total casualties, Including killed, abuses will eventually result in public 1 ( I WB G : '"Relief hearing"orkinjt.frequent complaint that his camp in

wounded, prisoners and missing in action restrictions. This would, among other N'V 195960 lacked a real 1 grasp of national situatioonltica, commissioned1 -

of the United States and all its allies things, mean extra police, higher highway \ lV ....'r qik. Hmman in 1961 to correct the

!ln World War I amounted to only construction costs, additional' upward ,.,:...".. THIS LAWYER ROM:! BIVG1IIMTON: thereupon set put

..22,I 04,209. pressure on insurance rates, and :: !" .i\1; en an almost continuous round of political travels across the

A recent study, that reads in part the loss of driving privileges for many, country, attending every important party meeting no matter hands
dinners, shaking
in fundraising
where held
'jike a script for a Hollywood super- instead of only for a dangerous few. with hundreds joining of politicians.This .

shocker, indicates that 38,000,000 Americans People In a democracy should not undertaking quickly turned George 11Unman Into one

will be killed or injured on the let things come to such a ..4 of the most proficient professionals in the nation. And, until '
sorry pass,
the moment of the governor's remarriage In May, 1963, It
highways In 130 million traffic accidents but should try to do something about had so prepared the groundwork that Rockefeller's nomina

In the next 10 years. them. Highway safety is the concernof lion for the presidency this year was taken for granted in

For years now, safety experts and all of us. Each of us should seek to ; many circles. Hmman closely ,
) Says a man who observes ;
others concerned with highway safety assume our portion of the overall re He Is carrying around in his head the most complete information
have been muttering mainly to them. sponsibility. on major party political figures ever put togetherin

selves about such subjects as the licensing Traffic experts have always agreed this country,"

of unfit drivers; teen-age accident that a conscientious public attitude toward 'e r FROM:! TIlE OUTSET, no matter what his immediate pur

rates; apathetic attitudes toward the road would cut the U. S. traffic 1 1RE pose. Hinman made it a practice never to move into any

highway hot-rodders; and the high death accident rate in half.to territory without first calling on and making accommodationwith
the party regulars there. This is one of his most admired

. We Need Business But llinman's habits close associates say he has built a prodigious
WRR/ file of written material on personalities, party structure,

$300 or $400 a month and then windsup strategic situations and other matters. I IEVEN

Quite frequently we tear up copy with the "gimmick" line which goes THOUGH ROCKEFELLER'S REMARRIAGE sent his

,sent In by a would-be advertiser. And, something like this: "to qualify, party nomination prospects: plummeting. Hinman carried doggedly !

even though it hurts us to the quick, we must have $700 capital' which is secured i'r Today TheWashington on. laboring to set up in state including after state an organizationwhich Rockefeller i I
politicians numerous
'also tear up the accompanying check by merchandise." :1 adversaries-consider many high grade

I.. We do not do this because we haveall Most better business bureaus advisa WorldTaday He suffered many slings in the dark months before Rockefeller !
the t + By 'r h. By Jairti MerlewoASSOCIATED finally triumphed in the Oregon primary. Then fora
business we can use or want. one to steer clear of such schemes. The 110'
looked if his long concentration California
AuorSitrd Pr... time it as on
"With constantly rising costs and several News goes along with that advice. But PRESS would be rewarded. When defeat came for the governor,

.families dependent upon The News for not being satisfied to simply warn our ""ft".m.H' ............_UI'O.. tort. -, _I'rpsl.. -. It was also a very hard blow for Hinman.
Jtheir livelihood, we can use all the advertising readers against them we have long heldto THANK YOU, MAMI RIFLES: The Army Is keep.< dent Johnson acts like a man No cue yet exists as to Rockefeller's next moves In the
Editor, Collier County News log closer tabs on who buys Its who can't wait for the 19C4 pre,. 1964 nomination fight now so close to being won by Sen. fl
revenue we can dig up. the policy of declining to carry themin Just returned Saturday from surplus rifles. Identlal campaign to start. It Barry Goldwater. Whatever !Is done, George Hinman will bet
Our reason for destroying the ads, the classified section or anywhereelse Istanbul and Athens to find a The office which promotes actually has started, although it'' the thick of It. 1
sand accompanying checks, is that we in the for that statement for The News. Enclosed civilian marksmanship has cen. Is not supposed to until after A good many politicians around the nation wish he could ,
paper, matter. U check for six months trallzed a listing of persons who this summer's political conventtlons. in the thick of important Republican party endeavors for
consider them come-ons that do not deserve We don't want to louse up our columns and I am most happy to send It purchase the rifles from the a long time to come. i

( space In the paper. with advertising that seeks to take for such a very good paper, Army and who belong to recog. Johnson already has begun': .. /1
You undoubtedly are familiar with advantage of our readers. And I read several papers a day and nlzed rifle clubs.Aulhorltiea firing at complaints Republicans;!I. : \ _
so longas have found quite a few Items that denied Monday the are making and seem sure t
:the,. sort of thing we mean the ad we can pay the bills without them, the Herald Tribune did not printIn move came as a result of Presi. continue until Election Day, on 0FUNNY
:Which holds out promise of earnings up you won't see such ads In The News. the European Edition. dent John F. Kennedy's assassl. way or another. More than that BUSINESS i
I must, admit to a great deal nation by a sniper using a sur. he sounds as If he takes for
of pride on reading Shelley Stahl- plus Italian army rifle. granted that Sen. Barry Gold
man's (my granddaughter)report They said the actions stemmed water will be Ms opponent.
1 'others of the Camporee at Sarasota In from an Increased volume of In. A'' speech last week was a dl.
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS April. A reporter In the making? qulrles about persons and clubs reel answer to Goldwater's mis.glvlngs aw*
We appreciate the quality of authorized to draw weapons and about American de. Li'
I I your paper,and<< wish you every ammunitionrprn >rn> ,, \oqfcs' fenses. Monday he hit at anoth.'erP ,
.. o suites to: Continuing J-piir'high for target practice and-comps.tltion Goldwater complaint: 'that i '
standards. government is getting too big :
ROMANIA: The United State and endangering freedom. T
Mrs. Hazel Arnold ,will talk over with Its allies its There's a touch of the Repub.llcan \.
HeldelbergGermanyWILL tentative plans for selling two campaign of 12 years ago
nuclear reactors to Communist when Dwight D. Eisenhower ran vt 1N
SEND PAPER Romania, a State Department for the White House. Elsenhow.,
1 Editor, Collier County News spokesman said Monday. er himself got into the act Monday .
Your Issue of June 4 contains State Department press off!. i with one of his favorite
a picture of Mrs. Jeanulte Gras. cer Richard I. Phillips said i themes of 1952 cut government
sell I. I was more than pleasedto there will be conversations In spending.
see this because she Is a Paris with the committee of allies This is one of Goldwater's
scientist In the research labora. which coordinates trade favorites; too.
tory of the Standard Oil Co. of with Communist countries with At the Citlvernors' Conference
Ohio. the general aim of blocking any. :In Cleveland Monday Elsenhow.,
For a number of years this goods of military Importance. i er, who has been super-cautious
laboratory and<<1 the manufacturing DISTURBANCE A group of ;about making any suggestions
department reported to me as a Mississippi Negroes told a panel! !in the Republican presidential)
p Vice.president of the company. of educators, lawyers and writ foThi Jenny and her husband, Bob, ers Monday of suffering beat. amendment requiring balanced ir..I ,,
; '$p11YIrl who also works at the same ings, shootings and bombings In I budgets every two years. c \
laboratory, left Yugoslavia be. their state. Like Goldwater he deplored<<1 fI f
Now ChrUHtn Daddy 5CU.a li going Monitor to favor at M Ith an addrf en the topic I believe, at thrift! fore they were married at the Some of the incidents came 1 bigness In government. But 'Til have to hang up now, Marg*-I think he want ft t
time the Communists took over. after Negroes attempted<< to reg. when he talks about cutting gov. his dinner!
They went tost'hoolln Austria fort inter, they said. i ernment spending he Is In a '
JUDGES WITHOUT POLITICS while and finally were admitted The meeting, sponsored by the |prickly field where he had t to 'U. ::...:: ::..,
to the VJS. through the efforts Council of Federated his "' :mmma
ofa Organlza. i itlons eat own words when he was _
friend. They both have doctors which plans a massive Ne. |president. _
Regardless of the identity of again would face the voters for their degrees In science from Western gro voter registration drive In In 1952 he promised to reduce !

Florida's next governor-Democi at approval or disapproval.The Reserve University and are very Mississippi this summer, was I i expenses to $60 billion yearly
capable young people. interrupted briefly. I 1 from what he said was then
Burns or Republican Holley-and of major weakness of the planIs I will send them a copy of the A white man who identified<< !$80 billion, although actually it ,
whether he serves for two years or that, In effect, It leaves the choosIng paper with a no e of congratula. himself as George Patler, 26, a was $74 billion. But he hedgedit
six, there will be a number of interesting of Florida's judges In the handsof lions member of the American Nazi j a bit. He said he'd make the -- Remarks
party, leaped on stage, reduction
shouting "assuming the cold
constitutional amendments a small group: for unless a judge- Elliott B. McConnell for the Negroes to "go home. war gets no worse." ...
proposed In the 1965 session of the nominee were flagrantly unqualified, 110 First St., North You're a bunch of filthy swine." lIe also promised to balance 'fj'r-:' -., .
Legislature. the voters could be expected to approve Police arrested him. 1!the: budget He never got the A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTS
the budget down to $60 billion. In
(Ideally, of course, there shouldbe nearly every hoc: last fiscal year it went up
time. PUL.ER.&L' s'I billion + It was a old '
a complete rewriting of the FlorIda to $81.5 highest Inpeace.time gay time at
Its major strength Is that it VNITES.OASIS t history, with a deficit of John and Mona Becker's abode
Constitution, but that still appears St t LAGS STOI Eo almost $4 billion.
would remove judges from Sunday evening. It
to be some years In the fu political ACROSS 2S. S T Y. I R A. ELI I He managed to balance the happened to
campaigning. There would be no Uncanny budget only three times In eightyearl. the birthday of John Holmes
ture.) I. Tm of the 26. Affection ... A MIS t H. II C. E.
need for At the end of his second Galleon Dr. and had'beco
would-be "Muscles"
a to
Judge ,
curry birch family 27 Nook 5 p 0 R E. P r 5 TON
One of the most revolutionary favor with Influential groups or Individuals 6. Coats 29. Items of toe E. N E. 5 P N D term highest the In national history. debt Both the was debt the e old enough to vote the

amendments likely to be offered to lie would not have to 10. Filled with bu.lnm II P II T R'II P A .. and the budget went up further weekend before but it happened

the solons for their consideration is seek or accept campaign contribu- 12.inlenum Difficulty 32.31. Through From V R N. A W A E N L under President John F. Kennedy to be Memorial Day, so Muscles

a change in the method of selecting tions from persons who might, later, 13. Emigrate 33. Spoken S L I C: R. E t1 A M t L. In.the of his talk and Mona (never before noticed
Judges of the supreme, appellate and H. Port of 3S. Jap H II I'i 0 1 I. 5 I B V L SPalestine course to how well that
expect to be repaid by a favorable the governors, Eisenhower tooka ( rhymes ) held the
admiral t R ASE .. C E S
circuit courts. The plan already has
crack at Johnson's antlpov. shindig and John
interpretation of the law. IS. Business 38. Shave Holmes got the
the support of many-probably most genes "0. SOLUTION Or YISTIUDAY PUZZLI arty program. Johnson could birthday cake with
Other factors in favor of the Firedog not have known, when he one lone
-attorneys and judges. plan Is that each selection commit 18.16. Citizen Cupel 12.La\And otheri. DOWN o. Assam hill his own speech, what prepared Els. candle atop it.

Perhaps "revolutionary" Is too tee would Include laymen as well as : U. Thiriten 10 2.1. Cnder Parched 7 tribeeufix Foment enhower was going to say Mon. Don Patton was around to

strong a word to apply to a proposition lawyers, and that their personnel 19 l'ou and I nineteen l pinnings 8. Trench day.But strum the old guitar and
20. Artertal u Care far what he said, while many
conceived and backed 9. Clica beetle undoubtedly
by l
essentially would from familiar old
change time to time. tunes
22. Situated II .5. Alkaline t.OnrJoy 9 \f.manl aimed at Goldwater, got a good
conservative a group as While a bench-ambitious attorney the back mineral 3.1'slue 10. Challc.II. answered Eisenhower too, on going over from all present.

the Florida Bar To the layman, might be able to build up a follow- Second the question of government big. Sometimes one forgets how fine

though, the plan proposes such a ing In the bar association by politi- /I j t y f s //// /r a y 17 leUlng For need ness have Johnson no fear said it was the getting nation it is to sing the old songs.

departure from long custom that it cal-type tactics, he would have no II 1& 19. Singing too big for the freedom.Iovlnr ---..----

seems revolutionary.The way of knowing what laymen mightbe bird Individual.
plan calls for nominationof named to consider his qualifica IJ : /I. : lhoalZ2. Johnson said government + We're going to miss very
Office of a neither subverts, undermines much "Rube" Neckeraan
Judges by seven-member commit- tions. J .r- and "M"
r// 4 'iI e 1'eneuanmaglarar nor lessens freedom "throughthe
tees-three attorneys chosen by the Also to be considered is the fact .i' V/" // : Social Security System, or McSwain. They both were fine
bar / : : : J I. II by bringing electricity to the friends!
association and three non-law that
the Florida Bar, as sponsor of 2j.as"rmrd
farm. .by controlling roods, by --..-..---
yers appointed by the governor, with the selection plan, would be most II IJ If 0 I' 24. Bib.a ending bank failures. .by pro.

e the chief justice of the supreme anslous to make it work successfully 27 ra mountain riding school lunches for our + What Next D pt.i An AP
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court as chairman. The chief justice by seeing that only well-qualified / 28 Mote I IIf in.Rap children.Goldwater has toned down his item from Missouri reported a

would vote only In case of a tie. lawyers were named to be judges. 'f 1_ 31 :r..f; 'l// different statements about the Social Se. little incident that points

Once selected, the candidatesfor The strengths of this proposed U 0 JJ .,. Js t' 10. Accomplish aunty System He suggested the tribulations of postmen.UD
H. Ddlsced putting It on a voluntary basis
Judgeships only one for each constitutional! amendment far out- The Missouri
55. Perils
JI Jg : ., although how It could then stir Postman reported -
office-would be presented to the weigh its weaknesses. The next 1ft 36. Roman Tire he never explained that "an unidentified

voters for a "yes" or "no" vote only, Legislature would do well to pass et 4' 37 garment After he lost the New Hamp boy about five rears old ran
Single shire primary in March
for a specified term. At the end It along to the voters for their con 4'I 43 VO39.01dfn I pjlga manager there his said cam.bead up and bit him on the leg wIth-

of his term of office, the judge once sideration. 0 v.limn: pofI. I pulled a major boner In ad. out warning." What can you do"about

Polk County Democrat Pot h,,fie 22 min. u ss..r..Wws "I of Daughter C.dltlul, rotating System.a voluntary Social Security a thing like that?


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\ Baseball! c

For Panfish In '
e i +r V + 1 II

Roundup County At 70


By HAL BOCK the Indians Los The dall) hag: limit for pan-
topped Angelesr
Associated Press Sports fish in Collli, lade, Drowardand PORTS
6.3, Jim King smashed three ;
Sandy Koufax I shall be 70
the Los An. home runs but Washingtoni Mumo counties ,
teles Dodger left-hander wh i bowed to Kansas City M and uwtti4 r according to \.I>. Aldrich, director r
*" a habit of being stingy Detroit outslugged Minnesota, ",.., 'W of the Game and Fresh . . . . . . . . .
with base hits, took a swipe at: \\'atcr 1 Ish Commission
day a second night straight and for no.hltter Mon. 10.5.The St. Louis at San Francis. \:.. ..., Other changes In the rules Tuesday, June e, 19U COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5
four Innings> co National League afternoon .1. prohibit the use of set lines
of 3.1 .. .:
a Dodger
victory werCln.clnnatl game was rained out. w "- or bush hooks In the Fifth Conservation *

bong for, ha had their statlclans record scram-books. <, s I District and a dally Champs Seek European Schools ,

Koufax retired the first 12 bag limit of 10 channel catfish Have No Sports ,
Reds he faced but No. U, Der. Net Score 62 p : has been established for Deer To QualifyFor ,
on Johnson, broke the spell : Point Lake and tributaries In Bob Cousy Finds ,

with a home run. with the Cops Top HonorsAt .rw-.1'' Hay County. U.S. BOSTON (AP)-The Eastern
pressure off, Koufax gave up Ij \ The fisherman with. desireto OpenBy European complaint about athletic .

three 100th more career hits victory en route, to his Palm RiverForty ,- ., \I gig a gar fish now may do THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Is just the opposite frofa
also under the
so new rules.
Sandy, whose third no.hltter ...... Five former Opwi champions, ours, says Bob Cousy. Every.
came against one members of the Under the new regulations, arc1 a follow! who has won everything one In Europe Is physically fit
Philadelphia last -
Greater which become effective July but there are almost no sports
week, scored the Naples Golf Association else but, try to qualify today
tying run In :
the fifth when he forced Dick participated In the tournament 1, non-game fish, oilier than for the U.S. Open Golf i played In the school system t
Tracewskl who had walked, staged Sunday at Palm River Golf ... t".j ". catfish, may be taken by man- Championship at WashingtonJune \ The retired backcourt gre t
moved up on Maury Wills' and Country Club. Competition \(. '\ ually operated spears, gigs, or 18.20. reported today on the five week
single and scored on Willie Dav. was in a foursome-low-ball ar ; '.. ; -, .\ bow and arrow from boat or The big show Is at Detroit,1, tour he Just completed with an
U' hit. rangement with handicaps apply. : : from shore during daylight where 82 players Including most American professional basket.
,, &. of the touring pros, shout at 39 i ball delegation Including NBA
John Roseboro doubled home Ing.The ,. hours, eucptwhere this activity -
winning team, coming In .\ .. .' berths.A stars Bill Russell, K.C. Jones,
Tommy with two out In Is prohibited by local law.
( the sixth to win It. with a score of 62, was comprls. MAY BE BACKWARD in the picture but things were all forward tor In the Santa I Fe and Ichctnck-\ total of !55 places will I be Tommy Itoinsohn, Tom Cols,
1 The only pitcher ever to put ed of t Bob Baker, Cap't., Bob this foursome which copped top honors Sunday at Palm River Golf up at four other litl'lln the sec, Bob Tettlt, Oscar Robertson,
tree Rivers In the Second Conservation
Lucas and
Jerry Coach Red
Deason John Riley and Dale I Uh- tlonal ruuod.Thirtyfive .
together back.lo.back no-hltters llch. and Country Club. A n't 62 won in the Greater Naples Golf Association District, non game golfers qualified I Auerbach. >

i r did was It Johnny In 1938.VanderMeer, who Three teams were In a lie for tournament played as a foursome low ball affair with handicaps fish, except catfish, may be Monday at eight courses. The trip took the goodwill

And, Interestingly Vander second place with scores of 03. applying. The winners from left are : John Rile)'. Dale Uhlich, Bob taken by spears or gigs from Among the successful players! athletes to Poland, Romania,

Meer hurled for the, Reds and Jerry Fyke captained one team Deason and Bob Baker, who captained the team. The four men are a boat or by underwater swimming were Chick llarbert, former Yugoslavia and Egypt where.
pitched Ms second no-hitter Including Fred Paul, Jerry Han. actually ri ht-handed golfers but they got twisted around in the either day or night.A PGA champion, and tourists they compiled a 21.0 record. i
against the Dodgers na, and Bob Hartnett. Capt. NEWS dark room. (NEWS photo) summary of the new freshwater Bob Brie and Dean Refram. "They play very little spores,
the school
Elsewhere In Monday's abbre. Art Faulconer along with Dewey fUhlng regulations and Colorful amateur Dilly Joe systems, Cousy

vlated major league schedule, Craig, Sam England, Bert Wal. and regulations pertaining to Patton, champion Paul

Milwaukee whipped Houston 5.3 up worth another, and Chuck second Phlllippl place winning made Kiwanis Edges Cleaners, 4-3 Fish Management Areas will be Runyan Bulla and veteran Johnny started said. "In stressing America general we youth have)
as Hank Aaron tagged a two. were among those who
homer team. The third team was led available at the offices of the failed to qualify. Western Ami. fitness because only the varsity
run took, Cleveland's the Leon by Dick Vance and team memberswere County Judges, by Juno 15,when teur champion Steve Opper. athletes are In top condltl<>rt.'
Wagner major league the 1964-65 !licenses "Over there It'. the .
Dick VanceJr. E. V. flslilng go reverse."There's
maim also missed
RBI lead with a two-run homer Cards TailendersIn and former
and a run-producing single as Brumflel and E.K. "Pappy" Mad. Jaycee on sale. The current fishing Open champion Jack Fleck- almost no sports, It's
den.The license U valid until June 30, who beat Den Hogan In a storied and fitness.
winning teams were presented after which tlll1cU"hert111'nwUl playoff-did not try. They can't afford wholesale
golf balls as prizes and be the Hogan will not equipment for one thing. The
required to possess new attempt 1 to
0 In addition 14 players won two. First Half Red Hot Nowdouble license. qualify, either. The four-time school work Is longer and hard.
hour golf lessons put up as awardsby winner does nut approve of be. er, too, so time Is lading.
John Maln golf at Palm "MoM of the players don't g&
State r pro Ing asked to qualify, with his
River. The winners were A. Jaycees Cardinals, which fin.'Frank Cross, Koch, and Tony slpy. The lilts by Lawrence and record. acquainted with basketball ue.
d Tatu, J. Lulejlan, E. Madden, D. fished in a tie for last place In i Hunter two each.KIWANLS. Inlpy In the sixth came off fast- Big Cypress Women Sam Snead, attempting to til they are about! 17 We saw:
League Hartnett, J. RIley, E. DuBane,o the first half, are off and run. balling Ray Jensen, who relieved Postpone Tourney make It to the cliamplonMilp for some about 30 years old who
By THE J. Hayes, D. Craig, C. Phllllpl,, ping In the second half. RALLIES Cooksley the 24th conN'ctillve lime, la had reached our college levelof
ASSOCIATED PRKS8 W. Leggett, S. England Hanna o Manager Ken Saad's team Trail Cleaners had a 3.0 lead Winning pitcher Ducky Walker __ The mixed best-ball four- I among the name players at Dr.I development" I
B. Deason, and A. Foster. boosted its sflcond'half record after five Innings, but Klwanls gave up nine hits, tncludlngthrpe i some tournament scheduled for t trolt.I Others are former Open As for the tour and the Olyrn.
St. Petersburg defeated Lakeland One spokesman for the assocla. to 3.0 last night when it shutdown batted around In the sixth inning to Hoke Graccly and two to Jim Saturday, July 4, by the Dig 4 champion Tommy Bolt, PGA pies, Couny had this to says
3-1 In a Florida State tlon, in announcing the winnersof ,I unbeaten Holland Salley and wiped out the Cleaners' ad. Kollopoulos. Roger Johnson sin.1 Cypress Woman's Golf Association 4 champions;: flab RoMxirg, Jim "The people I In these court,
League game Monday night as the golf lessons, said the cap. 7-3. It was the first loss for the vantage. John DoLand and Gary glod In Trail Cleaners' first run has been I Ferrler and Jerry Barlior. tries can't believe we dotft
relief pitcher Hank Harden hit tarns of the teams had nominatedthe I White Sox In 13 games, and it Noe beat out bunts to start things in the first Inning. tentativelypostponed. The 129 survivors of (time! sec. send our best athletes to the
t a two-run homer in the bottom candidate for the lessons, may be an Indication that Hoi., going. DeLand scored on a Gracely singled In the second tlonal qualifying Join 21 exempt Olympics. They dint undl''JI.atwld '.
of the 11th Inning. "as team members needing the land Salley will have a real fielder's choice, and Jay Law. and scored on a slnde by Kol. Further Information will be players, Including defender the vast difference be.
fight on its hands this half. The doubled In two to given In the NEWS In ample tween our proM and amateurs
Lakeland scored In the seven. lessons most." rence runners lopoulos. In the fourth, Don Cit. Julius Boros and big pin ,;
t th on a double by Dave Camp. Sunday evening members of the team won the first half by five tie It up.With ta and Gracely hit back-to back time for arrangements If It Is Arnold Palmer and Jack Nick
bell and a single by plnchhltter association met at the communityroom full games two out and the banes" doubles to bring in another run decided to reschedule the event, ]laus. TAYLOR EXPANDS SCIIESAPFAKE
Don Pepper. In the Naples Federal Build. Trail Cleaners failed to hold filled, Steve Finley singled to for the losers. the association announced. Bill Dladorf, a Denver pro, CITYMd.AI( )
[ Fort Lauderdale got 14 hits Ing and saw a film on golf In.,off a last-Jikh Klwanls rally, right field to send In Mike Ar. Players and fans are still talk. I pouted'the bent sectional quail dirudian Edward P. Taylor,
and capitalized on four Orlando structlon and heard Phil Darby, and Kiwanis picked up a 4.3 thur with the winning run. KI. Ing; about Friday night's Trail tying round Monday when h' owner of the J-year-old cult I
errors to down the league's last. shire, pro at Big Cypress com. triumph In last night's other wanls got only one hit in tht ClPaners.Holl.ind Salley battle, Hutchinson shot 67.66-133, nln .under par Northern Dancer, la developinga
place team 7.5. ment on the film and review the, game. first five !Innings off Jerry Cook. which Holland Bailey won with :on the Rolling Kills court In AOtVacr\ ( trait her for use M
Willie Mobley, Jim Palma and golf rules. Exchange hopes to be the next seven runs In the seventh Inn. Off To Join Team J Denver.: a training center The proper Of'
Bill Murphy each had three hits Plans for the next outing are team to beat Holland Salley when lag, 70. Ray Jensen hurled a Is acroi* the road from' Mr !
and Tom Carver slammed a two. tentative, a spokesman said, and those two clubs take the fieldat Pension Plan np-hltter for six Innings against SEATTLE (AP-Fred Hutch- Richard C. duPonl'a Woud..w
run homer for Fort Lauderdale.Jake will be announced later. 5:15 Wednesday. At 7:15, Jay. 1I.S, while Bill Rayburn and Dill !'Inson, manager of the Cincinnati Drive Carefully And Live Farmhome of the gelding ICe"a
Martinez collected four cees will try for another via For AFL Coaches, Tucker combined for aone-hltter 1 Rinds, was given a checkup of a m
lilts Including a triple, and sent tory against Standard 011. for six Innln s. cancerous' growth In his chest
two runs home as Tampa beat, ,Amputee Golfers' : Jaycees made a good beginning Players StartedNEW With the' 'cor," tllI"li.b'J.ih) '. :1 Monday and headed. for Loa Antele -
Carasota 7.2. last night, Jumping off to a 34 YORK (AP-A pension son had to come out' after six I I today to Join his team. Locations' To Serve You

Harry Price got three hits for Coming Here For lead after one inning, and Hoi. and Insurance plan covering innings because of Little League Just before the examination,
the victors, Including two doubles June 26 WeekendFifteen land Salley couldn't catch up. players, coaches and trainers In rules, and Holland Salley pound hu said tlm outcome of the examlnatlon S '_ NAPLES SHOPPING CENTER
...- drove In two more runs Don Junter singled across Chris the American Football League nd the Trail Cleaners relieverfor would docile, whetherhe >y NoOWn2| | |LL\
and scored himself. couples from Holly. Provenzano with Jaycees' first has been put In motion, Com. seven runs on five hits and could rejoin the Reds or hud "
George Hulett and Danny wood, Fla, will come to the run, and Lance Stahlman singledto missioner Joe Foss announced four walks In the first extra to stay In Seattle II while LI M I 2.121
Greenfield each drove In three Beach Club Hotel on June 26 drive In Mike Watkins and today. Inning.In .
runs as Daytona Beach trounced for a weekend of golf on the Hunter with two more. The pension feature will cover Friday's other content, Jay. lie said hn felt start the same -IW musT
Miami 74. Hulett hit his ninth championship hotel course. An error and Billy Hatcher's ail players, coaches and train cees gut by Kiwanis, 4.2. Mike as he did alter receiving RIdS
homer of the season in the bottom What Is so unusual about that? single got one back for the los. ers with five year time and Walking, with help from Don slue radiation treatment for six
of the fifth. Greenfield was Well, according to hotel spokes ers In the home half of the first. will be retroactive to 19CO. the Hunter, was the winning pitcher weeks early this year In Swed.
four for four. man the couples are members of Jaycees got going again In the league's first year. The pension, Lawrence pitched the distanceIn bah 111181>ltoll's Tumor Institute KWIK riIEK; SHOPPING CENTER Ml 1-5437
Ernie Yaroshuk singled In two the Florida State Amputee Golf fourth, scoring twice on three which will be steadily IncreasedIn defeat for Klwanls In Seattle(
of Miami's runs. Association. singles and a balk. In the fifth, future years, presently assure
The spokesman said the ampu. Nick Koch and Provenzano hit the players $10 s month for
''tees frequently card scores as runscorlng singles. Holland Sal. each year of service.
B'ase'ball"Standings good as and In some instances ley picked up two runs in the Each player also will receivea !
better than those posted by golf. fourth on two walks and Alec Ire insurance policy of $12, ait
[ers with full sets of arms and Winters' lingle.Provenzano 000. The hospitalization plan will h' it. ,
legs. who relieved Hun be on a 12.month basis for all Lit "HI
ter In the second Inning, kept players who survive the final : daddy .
Former! National League batting Holland Salley bats silent. The squad cuts on Sept. 10. come on In the weather's fine"
National LeagueSan champion Marry (The Mat losers got only three hits. Jay. Most of the money to pay HIP ,
Walker i la managing Jacksonvillein cees managed 12 hits off a quar. cost will come from recelM of 10
Fran 30 19 .612 the International League his tet I of Holland Salley hurlers. the championship and All .Star 4 .I.Ii
Philadelphia 27 19
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year. Provenzano got three hits, and
Pittsburgh 27 23 .540 games. LJft
Cincinnati 26 23 .531 4
St. Louis 26 25 .510 5 MILLION ,

Milwaukee 26 25 .510 5 Sarasota Legion Team i ,
Los Angeles 25 26 .490 6
Chicago 23 24 .489 8 DOLLARRATE A
Houston 23 30 .434 9
New York 16 35 .314 15Monday' Here '
Plays Wednesday
Results '
Milwaukee 5, Houston 3 "

Los Angeles 2, Cincinnati 1 DY DAVID LYON nlne-lnnlng contest. Many to left-center, and that. REDUCTIONfor ;

St. Louis at San Francisco, times, Naples batters swung six was Naples' only extrabaseblow. ,......
rainOnly With opening-game jitters Inches to a foot over the Fort ./f'f
games scheduled behind them, the Naples American My era righthander'; sharp. Clll Draper singled In Fort )t

Today's Games Legion baseball players breaking curve balls Though Myers' first run, and later lie FP&L
St. Louis at San Francisco, N hope to give a strong Sarasota getting seven hits,Naples could hit another single to chase: In /f tf f.L. '
Chicago at New York, 2 twl. CUSTOMERS )iL ,'fira
a battle .:
night. team Wednesday at : not get any of them with run two of the six runs In the third .... ,
Milwaukee at Houston, 2 twl. p.m., at Camblcr Park. PCM In scoring position. Inning. Marshall Davidson -
night V good Fort Myers club scored In the second Inning, with the a two-run Single, and so did Our new .Iet trio

Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 2, s decisive 13-1 victory over visitors ahead, 3-0, Nick Pedro Pete [Hebe r, Thirteen of the rte, rate/ turn now

twl.nlght the local boys here yesterday. led off! with a single, and pit* 16 Fort Myers players shared I nuikeoll/ /u whole lot I .with Nameless electric
Cincinnati at Los Angeles, N Naples managed only seven hits chcr Steve Clark followed with In the 15-hlt attack. Clark pic to
ilicnr|' go
Wednesday's GamesSt. off curve-balling Dob Gandy, another single Dot Fort My died the first three knit, ;, a-ekKrru! in your
Louis at San Francisco, 2 and manager Rollie Rice was ers shortstop Don Adklns con for Naples and Pedro flriUi- kit< hen Inundrv AIR CONDITIONING
Chicago at New York, N quick to call a batti g-prac- vened Jackie Kline's ground cd up eat ire home -
Cincinnati at Los Angeles, N tlcc session for this afternoon. ball the middle Into double your
up a Bill CarUon of tort Myn. (Hun to u.e alomrmmlion
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, N Naples showed sonic field he had hit .
play. thought a In !tiusKth of
Only games scheduled ing lapses, but the team should In the third Inning, Fort My Inning when he lent a .ervkee.. hlntriutyrMM Ii IiI !How! refreshing to step Into the cool, cool comfort

American League improve on that phase of the ers put the game out of reach sharp ground ball up the mid sit lilt!.. > 'tdummo of an electrically air conditioned home! A delightful,

Chicago 29 14 .674 game u the season progres- with six runs Manager Park die, Dot the ball hit the ;i-: muih lorI healthy kind of "cool" makes It so nice inside.Thefts .
Baltimore 31 17 .646 Vi4V se*. For most of the local Plgott's boys added another In cond-bajc bat and bounded ov i r h. enjoyment; of I
New York 25 19 .568 : players, yesterday's contest the fourth and three In the to second baseman Doii.ldValker.whothrewtoflMt modern living! no simmer in summer when you enjoy
ClevelandMinnesota 26 20 .563 4't7V.' was their Urn game In more seventh. An error In the last \ barman instant weather control. Pleaaant days, comfortable

28 23 .549 5 than s year. of the seventh allowed Pedroto Gene MOM to retire the nights. You live better, sleep better, feel better.
Boston 25 25 .500 A good crowd was on hand score Naples' only run. batter. : Your home ia cleaner and quieter because duet and t
Detroit 20 28 .417 11'4 for the contest, even thoughthe Pedro, a left-handed pull hitter f s noise are locked out The air is kept free of

Washington 22 32 .407 12>.i game had been postponed a got three singles In four It Pait Te AdrrrtlM excess moisture helps prevent mold and mildew.
Los Angeles 20 33 .377 14 day because of rain Sunday. trips to lead Naples batten -- )
Kansas City 17 32 .347 15Monday' Mayor Archie Turner threwout Bob Koch got good wood on the ft Year-round reverie-cycle models perform a

Results the first ball, and playerson baD In the ninth for a long I double Job. They comfort-cool your home In summer
Cleveland 6, Los Angeles 3 each side were Introduced r I warm it In winter
Kansas City 5, Washington 4 ---- ------ -- 7WHY @At
Detroit 10, Minnesota 5 to spectators before the game a Carefree, trouble-free electric air conditioning Is tried )

Only games scheduled started and proven a marvel of simplicity. Noweveryone t
Today's Games Gandy struck out 12 In the RISK 'EM ? MI.IUSINESSMANYou. can enjoy electric air conditioning price Jan
Baltimore: at Chicago, N --
New York at Boston, N ,- NO RISK 'EM I too. tan take lower than ever! t
Los Angeles at Cleveland, N Acousticon Since advantage. of the See J
Many size and models for requirement. your e
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LUFF applUnce dealer air conditioning contractor today!
twi-nlght I GMC INC. EXPERT SCffVfCrf rate an even or J
-, ftnesota at Detroit, N Aids Trucks Parts bigger bargain in
Wednesday's Games NORISKCHEMICAL your budget. Chet k =
Baltimore at N -Service with tt* ?k '# i.
134311th 8L. 1'1.' Naples your o );"flamcless aNow.
Minnesota at Detroit, N TEMPORARYLOCATION CO. Florida Power It o
lot Angeles at Cleveland: 2 PkeM MI MM o
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which threatened Shrln- with their bizarre
er festivities at the first annual and brightly colored '
All State Shrine Ceremonial, Intricate maneuvers by iV
stopped just In time Saturday cycle motor scooter and
oit afternoon for the parade to get units, all
4'- : under way. It was the climax tined to give zest and
*r 5 of the weekend with thousands the parade through the
of Collier district,
County residents ess
F _. fog the sidewalks to watch the
1 antics of the A harmonious note was
clowns the
.' IA11 i e big Lenas, and the various Leap.vlded fun by the singing
"chanters" of the Bahia
mobiles ple of. Orlando.
Prancing horses In their
scarlet and gold trappings and Carl Clemmer
their uniformed riders,,, preof the Naples Shrine Club
cise drill formations of the pleASed with the .
marching uniformed patrol ceremonial had evoked
units.. the martial music of the hopeful that It will +I wr
drum and bugle corps... weird Naples again In the
strains from the oriental bands ture.

6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, June to ,

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i Horse Patrol un in southeast Turkey home Cyprus tonight or early tomorrow
base 6T the Turkish standby ."
.. force reported no unusual ac.tlvity. Greek Foreign Minister Stav.
registration.LL.'Ln cards in Alachu "- Reports Monday night roe Costapoulos called In U.S.
Wins First Round In County were unsigned by the v< Marching Patrol from Mahi\ Temple.'k On aid officers of the force were Ambassador Henry Laboulsse
Kynes ters and that numerous other attending a party at the army and British Ambassador Sir
bore no signature of the office''r Ralph Murray to discuss the st.
I attesting that the voter too', did not require such counterslg KIDNAPPING FOR club.Both Greece and the Greek tuatlon.In .
the oath and signed the car'1. natures GEORGETOWN Ky. ( (AP) -. Cypriot government of Cyprus Ankara the Turkish cap.
Attack On Primary Count Richard Wilson, attorney fo r Julius Parker, Falrcloth's at. There was no complaint have been i, ordered an alert over the week. Hal, a high source said the
Mrs. Alma Bethea, Alach ta' torney argued that to throw out six house mothers tt & again amid i end, but pressure from the Unit. Turkish government was send.
TALLAHASSEE (AP) State Rejection of either Alachua or County supervisor of reglstra i" a voter because his card was College+orontiu and Is about: ed States was said to have Ing a note to President John
Atty. Gen. James Kynes' battleto Levy County from the statewide Lion, argued that the permane it not countersigned would not onlyn were hdnapcd and In., averted any Turkish move. son asserting that the sole aim
remain in office despite a loss total would cost Rep. Earl Fair. registration system in effect 1 disfranchise the voter for some ransom, The Greek government of a Turkish landing on Cyprus
to Earl Falrcloth of Miami In cloth of Dade County the attor. Alachua Cunty since 1958 dl d thing beyond his control but also Several member of of an out.,, source said the new alert was would be to preserve the present
the May 5 Democratic primary ney general race and give It not require attesting signaturesHe i. would throw out the entire elect Chi Alpha fraternity a high ordered after Information was constitution and not to enforce
took a step forward Monday in to Kynes. The official canvass said the legislative at tlon because 63 other counties stunt to raise *60, then received that "Turkey is pre- partition of the Island betweenthe .
Leon County Circuit Court. certified Fat re-loth voters to Invade the Island of rival Cypriot) factions.
won by 599 setting up the system in 195!1 registered the same way. the money over to the Red Iskender.> pared
Ky/ies suit attacking what he votes In nearly one million cast. .

;caned Alachua voting County Irregularities withstood its in In his petition Kynes said: Several Sizeable Projects On The Boards I
first test. However Circuit 4,472 votes were cast by peopl.reelste'red e
Court Judge Hugh Taylor warn. improperly in Ala
ed he would be strict In deciding chut County. Therefore, he said,,

what Falrcloth constituted sought discrepancies.to have the Judge votes Taylor were Illegal directed J. No Letup In Naples Building BoomThe I
Kynes' suit thrown out of court Lewis Hall, Kynes' attorney to
during a four hour hearing but produce samples of typical !lrrecularltles <
Judge Taylor refused. He order. with explanations -
ed a pretrial conference for attached for Ms consideration Naples building boom ginning In January 196Z.PInks- $1,175,000, a new monthly re amounted to $65,650 miscel- North K &: R Contractors $12 M.F. Schoeffel Michigan Construction
June 22.During. during the pretrtal conference.At continues unabated with no ton has s 't1edpermlts amount- cord came on three permits. laneous $14,742, and docks- 000.A. Co., $17,000; 2095
the conference he the same time, he cautioned signs of letting up In the Immediate Ing to $22,714,666. Since last One of them was the $1,100 seawalls 1745. $64,900 commercial per- Snook Drive, George P. Edmonds -
said, he would rule on samplesof Ir. that In an election "when I future. August, the building pace has 000 La Tour Rlvage permit In the last week of May.these mit highlighted the first weekof Michigan. $16,000; 656
what Kynes In the considered voting in Ala. you are dealing with large I After Issuing an all-time stepped up to a million dollarsa biggest ever Issued by the City. permits were Issued: four-unit June. H.L. Long and C.A. 18th Avenue SouthT.S.Farley,
regularities County during the May 5 masses of people complete adherence monthly record of $2,055,939 month. Few cities In Florida Then were 28 housing apartment addition 50-60 Sixth Tuell will build a two and three- Rutenberg $14,500; 771 Fifth
first primary. to" the processes is impossible worth of building permits In and none as small as Naples, starts, with estimated con- Street South owner Randolph story addition of 4,873 square Avenue North Lewis Moore,
If he reject the samples, presumably May. Building Official Bert can sty as much about the construction struction cost$506,452.. This Fuller contractorC.P.Harrls feet to the Inter-County Tele- William B. Stone Inc.. $11,000
he would throw out He indicated, for instance thai t I Pliikston'* offlco( processed industry. is the third highest monthly residential 2.288 square feet, $20.000 re- phone Co. banding 821 Fifth and' 650 Ninth Avenue South,
the entire complaint directed I I he would not consider Impropei another $187.521 In permits In May's record-busting total construction total exceeded sldencel850 S 1Jah St reet South Avenue South. Joseph Kasel Stone, $9.000.
against Alachua County. ers registration listed their those where the von., the first week of June. There was achieved with heavy activity only In January 1962 US. Mawby Rutenberg Construction The following dwelling per- R.W. Wood Construction Co.
But Kynes also charged that, Instead of their middle Initial I are Indications of many good- In the three main segmentsof and September 1954. Two commercial Co., $17,000 residence mits were Issued 191 Seventh plans to undertake$9,500 worth
17 absentee ballots wore 1m.., as required by law.middle name I sized projects still to come commercial apartment.and permits added up to a 700 Wedge Drive C.H. Avenue North owner US.Peck of additions and alterations! to
properly counted that that in Levy vote also County be Hall leaned heal 11: upor I during the summer months. residential construction. The good-sized $292.350 In May. Rutenberg $16,000()() contractor Storter and Davis the home of William Tracy,
andukwl Kynes' charge that numerous I In the last 29 months be- duplex-apartments total of Alterations and additions residence 971 llth Street $22,6211330 Spring Line Drive 2433 Lantern Lane..JIIII .


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rundl' Jun }, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7

Cuban Exiles To Name New

YOUR advertising s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-s/ farther Leader Each 2 Weeks By Lot

I MIAMI (AP) Selection of a utlonary Council when. It dls.

withCLASSIFIED former Cuban Supreme Court banded.

Justice as president of the Cuban i Alabao Trelles said 31 groups

Assembly one of two new rival have Joined the assembly and

antl-Castro "unity" groups was i "we will bring others Into the

announced today. fold.

Dr. Francisco Alabao Trellesas Among the largest listed as

j ; chosen president by lottery. members besides Rescale are:

I He will serve two weeks. Every Free Cuba Patriotic Movement5

two weeks there will be a draw. neaded by Carlos Marquee Ster.

Int for a new president. ling, presidential candidate In

Also newly organized In thedl. 1958. Cuba's last elections; Rev.

vlded refugee colony Is Cuban olutlonarv Unity. Revolutionary

Midway 221071Announcements / Representation In Exile (RECE) Teachers Directorate, and 30th I

a five-man body approved by of November Movement.

referendum. ."Rece" means The assembly was formed at
"pray" In Spanish the suggest Ion of Brazilian con.

Dr. Ernesto Freyre, a RECE grossman Everardo Magalhaes

member said the Kroilp! who told exiles "Unless you

14-Help Wanted Male 45-Troiien For Rent 57-Houtei For Sato will start functioning after an. form a representative body, no \

other member, Erneldo Ollva, one will know to which of you to
PlAZA Truck driver wentod for route Trailer II week with TV Houte and .,ov.. Largo ram'
SALON work. gas delivery and water III. a week Space IS a week bllng farm house with small returns this week from Wash send arms.
1121 t.Midway" ."" Trail, conditioning work. Contact My. Rock Creek Trailer Park42tlf range grove 111.SOO. Bill Ington where he worked In the BONN, Germany AP-West
isirj akka L. ... G... Ml 141SI. Leech, Realtor; SSI Ill, Ave, Pentagon as a U.S. Army lieu. German Chancellor Ludwig
t/lSt JI.. Ml 2IISI, /Ut, Er.
Tire. changer and/or front and tenant hard left today for a five-day
Butinets Oppi. alignment man. Hutchison' Tire 48-ApU. Rent Brand new CBS homo. t ,.,.. "We will have no president,'* visit In Canada and the United

'end/1.5'Battery lot tth Av*. So. Efficiencie. Dey Week or bedroom, wall to wall clossli.L.rgs Freyre said. States aimed at strengthening E JIi' 1.FOUR 1.

'Nome and butinet, Icy tale* Month. (IRIS MOTEL). Ml kitchen custom built Oliva, second In military com. the bonds between North America .
birch cabinets' Largo living
Butlnett In rtr ol ,him In 2'UOI or Ml 2-till. .
teparate building, ttcrlfice for 16-Help Available room Terr a..0 floor 0 E. mand of the 1961 Bay of Pigs and Western Europe.
Owner .
ceth or 'large dn paymentBox Air lerge cond furmthed efficiency calling, heat Carport and land Invasion will be military coors nIt Is a significant trip whichI
171' : Itonecren acaped Offered by owner
A ? Collisr County,4.l. care of "
3131ff H.N."y, home. WY"Il.n: Apt. Ml 241>i or Ml I-27I2 110. .000 M 1200 Trail" Terreea dlnator Freyre said. Oliva hasten am taking, even though no
__ ;onlle Spring. 8/1 Ml I.- Sabsl Shorts ApU. N. Neple' Phono Ml 2.24tSI the U.S. Army he added. spectacular results should be )

TEXACO INC. Available' after July Itt. retired, YEAR ROUND bedroom, t both Florid Alabao Trelles said Cuban As. expected," the chancellor told
U I Nevy Veteran 21 year* ac- LIVING room Year around air conditioning .
For laate. now under construe lave duty White. male. Electronic Mod.rn. one bedroom and .,. Near beech and downtown sembly has Invited RECE to JoinIt. airport reporters.
lion ultramodern nation, atMoonngt technicien' deemed by fieiency. Apt furnithed TV Neplee 122.000. Bill, "Our government has a loyal
Shopping Center Na. UI Virgin Islands Govern c.ble In. Monthly or year Loach Realtor, ISI Ith Ave.
pie*. ....) training program and want aa eleetrlcion and plumber : round. Ml 2-44H Kelly Fir. and I- Ml 24131.58Lot. IIU Freyre said he had not re. alliance with Canada and the
financial I attittance evailableFor Chief Engineer on Cable TV ,race Ave 1/1.1 calved the Invitation. United States. Our fundamental

information franchito contact oV thit Don valuable Abernathy .. ant'Init.ll.tion Con.truction Field Chief Superintend-. Engineer I bel,,,,. furnlthed apt Near For SaleWaterfront Action groups such as Manuel positions coincide. Thanks to

Tenaco Inc P. 0.lou Textile ProcessIng' Plant beech and hopping, Weekly Ray' Revolutionary Junta, this, there will be a good foun.
1412 111 '1. Myer Phone ED family Detirt,' Available relocate' for Naplet''nt.' ""with.... v.ey25o4l or year around 3/11 Mid If Lots Manuel Artlme's Revolutionary elation for the Ia1ji5.tThe

Room '". Howerd Johnson Mo 170 110 |IOO Vanderbilt leach Estates Recovery Movement, and the 67-year-olJ chancellorgoes
TEXACO INC. tel., Naplet. Flo Soot ,,'..r..nc. 'u,,,. I bdrm apt.. Efflcien' Lot I. block L. unit 2 combination of Second National first to Ottawa for talks
... s/lM c.... TV. Air Condo 741 4th Lot 1. Block J. unit 2IS _. -,..-.....> .--
Ave to MI ,. Front of Escambray Alpha 60 with Prim Minister Lester B.
For bail high potentiel 1 Bay 1/1.11 .SOO cash for both loll Phone
Station now In optration in JOBS WANTEDBY funllhod I ..odm apart.mont. or write Don Holland 740 Itl and P e 0 p 1 .'. Revolutionary Pearson. On Thursday Erhard REASONS FOR A BIG SMILE Little

Naplet Paid, Training Program. STUDENTS .dH Ii bitch. Avenue. Treasure island' Fla Movement have not lined up speaks at Harvard University wonder that Gerard Wickenden of Lastrada Lane
and financial attntinco available 'r' ,::am. Phone 1M7IS4
'sit 'batS.
For information contact TiEFSAm'T26TjW.d"iTesnc9 IThIL 1/24 201PORT with either unity group. and before the Count of For. was elated with his limit catch of four large snook

Don Abernethy Tenaco Inc, High School girl. aol U denret t5. No potn 0' c.ld.n., loll ROYAL Lot22. OeT The Cuban Revolutionary!elgn Relations In Now York. lie caught recently at Gordon Pass. Wickenden was
P 0 Boi IIM Ft. Myart, any type ummr employment 2-3357 0' MI 1.5919. 4/h' lean Drive For tele or Trele Council formed to mount the goes on to
i Washington
phone Ml 2H2IHigh Fridayand using pinfish for bait and ) test line the
Phono EO' 4122 '" If Write G J Herbert. 2s2l a 20-pound ;
lurn Pmt
I bdrm Iov. ."'. *pT 1',1. Bay of Pigs expedition an.I meets for two
Icrool boy. age .II. da vata ant, kitchen prlv. Coupleor Road Darien, Oonn days with largest hneside weighed in at 15 pounds at the
Mooring' lot'on Bow Line" nounced its dissolution and President Johnson.
ire summer employment Any lady Ml 21221. 6/4,44
7-Dogi. Cats Pets type work Cathior anpenence. Drive ".000. Term |l.Me threw Its support to RECE. portSpot and the others tipped the scales at 12V*,
Bill, Folk.rU. Phone MI I ells down, I year* Bill
nl'I'A: But Alabao Trelles said 12 and respectively. ( McGrath photo)
GUINEA PIGS 12 M. HAM. Senior 49-Houses For Rent Loach. Realtor, .. .
girl desire* minor amployment
S., Ml Hill. -
ITERI '5c. MRS. PETTIT. MI Shorthand and typIng 1/lSt president Manuel Antonio da
1.2511. S/S,3t Experienced lt.phni Lot near achool In city "Na* Varona's own group Rescate Public Doesn'tAlways
Hell. Phone WY 2 1141 GOING ON VACATION tawor and water. 1000. Reel $412 million In April, but It baa 10 NeapolitansTo
I ROOM COTTAGE KEEP"! good term Bill, Loach Realtor (rescue) signed up as a Cuban advanced even faster before the

12-Help Wanted employment Senior, girl, d for aurssan tummer y type PhMl I -. AVAILABLE ALL ELECTRIC BY KITCHEN WEEK. I/Ut. ISI Ith Ava, I.. Ml 2I1SI. Assembly member. Rescate was Do What, tax cut, Some savings Instltu.tlons Attend State
considered the largest of six
21340.Sonar are fewer
OR MONTH IN NORTH CARO reporting| depos.
Honest herd working man ar toquini' Sands ar 5 tat. Pliant'
woman. Steedy year round girl desire ftummer employment LIMA 1700 FT. ELEVATION tacateon. 35,500. Ow,.,. MId. members comprising the Revol. Us, bn others are reporting;
work aarvinf the public. I day can type Prefer CALL MI 2 1117 1/10.11 way 2 13'4. 1/15.101 Experts PredictNEW gains 10 Naples Independent fire
w..k. 110000 to US.000 per clerical' work Claudia Comb SEE ITI You will love this I
year poeaible, High commie, Phon Ml Uti. bedroom furn homo. 712 An. PUBLIC NOTici Coifttimers paid off charge accounts and casually Insurance agents

aion peid vacation Apply Ma- '14 H. S. graduate desires summer d.rton Dr. No. Nople' near 59Acreag.OISTREsll YORK AP Most and single-payment loansIn will be the more than
plea: Memorial, Garden., Inc, employment to help with, new le* Gala School. Ml 2.3111. ( ) among
Vanderbilt, Dr. Ullh Ava, N., college e........*. Experienced after I P M 112.1f Owner need TO MAY ALL PERSONS CONCERN WHOMIT Americans to right along nukIng March and then took on more 1200 who will gather at Miami

Naplea. FlGREATEST.. Hot transportation. Rick Arlck One and two bedroom hou...' money! It acre*. UN total. Tht undersigned' has (114 her Application up their own minds. This of these items In April. Auto Beach Thursday for the 60th
Phone 2 277t furnithod City water near price Collier County Real E* for FInal' loans fcre Increasing sales
PART OR FULL DlachargeEiecutrlK is makes It pretty tough sometimesfor as
Trail tele Ml 2 Jilt Open Convention of the
and Sunday
tchool Thro AnnIversary
, TIME OPPORTUNITY IN NAPLES High' School .boy desire any choot to / tf e* th* Last Will of Perry the mount, but other types of con.
Rettonablo' experts.
Earn up ta $6! and more type of summer employment. rtlet 16 MacKay Sturm, deceased and will Florida Association of Insurance -
: From |3! to 161 p., mo Ml acres on paves siats roaa the 10th of JUKI, The American doesn't sumer duM snout going up am
weekly$: from the alart aarvmgWatklna : Age II Phone Eric, Iteele Ml 24001. H. W. 4 mile north of Golden' Gate on day IIM. apply voter
euttomara houaehoudproduct 2. 41 11Typn. Welkin 1/I'.1f Estate |t.000. Bill Loach Real.t.to to Iho County Judge. of Collier always cast his ballot the way fast ai In January and Febru Agents.
with' Good Housekeep 2 bdrm. cottage completely fur County. Florida for a Final Diecdarga those from
Among whom
ISI Sth Av.. I., Ml ''11. ary.
and Shorthand
ing Guarantee Full or pert OMpen nlthed 2 .blkt from beech. I at Such Ciecutrli pollsters say he's going to.
time, man or woman needed at once. Desire Job. for aummer bike from pier Available until l/l.St '.FRANCES STUROES. The American consumer does the association has received
once. Set your own. hour NoInveetment and possibly.. fell Phono MI Dec I. MI 24011 ""St May 21. Juno I. I, It, |H4 #U1 advance for
registrations the
Write C. R RubleDept 2 StMM not always spend| his money, or
J.I, .Tennesseett .. 0. Sox. No 2447 H t. graduate desires. clan. I, bdrm h aussw furnlthed' ,Ih carport or unfurnlihod on. 61-Income PropertyHome NOTICE OF INTENTION TO save It, or go Into debt the way Naples Share Of three-day meeting at the Fon-

Memphis.. ttMAN eel work for summer to help private ettate Call Anderson and Income. I .bedroom REOIITin' FICTITIOUS NAME either the politicians or the economlsts talnebfeau Hotel met
pay college anpenae Typing. Ml 2 SOU l/|.tfGue.1 CBS I efficiency, Th. public. Ire Informed that tho Cigaret Tax For
OR WOMAN WITH AD.MINISTRATIVE .nd .horth.nd. Jo Ann Patios.Ml houte. cemplat.1Fu1' East plus of golf room course. tit. .200 undersigned pro_.. to rtfiatar tha say he Is sure to do. Fhillp II. Drunk.Rae E.Hen-

AND SELLING 2 5151. m.hed I block from :beacn Call good term Silt Leech R.... following, fictitious sims under tho The American businessman April Is $12,939 drix, Leonard II. King. John
CLASSIFIED DEPT AT THE Hgh, school. graduate ...nl. office Ml 2-4071 |/|.tfCoiy to". With Ave. S.. Ml 21151. partinant > Florida' StetutoNAF : doesn't always .pend for new A. Smith,SJ>..Kollopulos Wes
job, proficient .In typing furnlthed' 2 bodroont "' ttIllender
NEWS SALARY PLUS COM. Tbo of business to b. engaged plants on rue, or tailor his borrowing Cigaret tax collections for W.
MlSION AND CA* EXPENSES and. thorthond Phono 2-454S. houte. City wtr. Et Neplet type ley Martin, Henry L. Caballero -
Apartmenta Close to In la a farm and garden aupplybuames to fit the the) month of
TFOK CALL Ye.r round 375.34. Ml 11731 money mana. April
INTERVIEW 'W.nt a baby' aitting job. I daysa .beach and shopping' Owner Ill.500d and othor ralatad, Incldantal. Burton C. Walworth
MI 2.3107. MR. WYATT.13Help week or perttime, Vivian 114.11 terms gers' manlrulatlng of Interest to
Marlowe ana Beck endeavor to ... located at Naplai, $4,899,966.56, according to Wesley R. and
Roto Ml 01461.I4SCNOOI LAKE PARK badroom, 2. eeltora, 411 lIlt Ava So MI Florida. Th. ownership, of tho business ,. rates, or build up Inventories. the repoiof Richard D Keat- Rosier Robert
Gra.. wants part bath hou... unfurnithed Coo- 1.1221. Jlbtlt it to .ba vattad In WENDELL T. Benson Jr. Mesdames
Female when he hears boom Is In the
Want. a
time employment for pommar.Otfeca. tact: Lucille, OIls.DEWEY PETERSON 10* and MERE ing, director of the state beverage -
bob n.tI'n.. .... COntact POLLY DlTH, W. PETERSON. U%. offing. department. Of this Drunk Hendrix, King Smith,
Senior, beautician for busy shop at Ml 64-Waterfront Property /!/ Wandtll Patarton The stork trader doesn't always Kollopulos Martin Walworth
Select' clientele. Mult be eperlenced >. (Wautdtka work .1 any kind /Maradith W PatortonIMITM amount $1,451,830.29 went to and Benson
In high, styling Reply through ummr month to help REALTY Waterfront home. CBS. 1 bedroom CARROLL. VEQA. buy because he's told the the state fund and the plan to attend the
Bo "MAI c/o CC News finence next year of college *. 2 bath, built 'In range SHOWN 4 NICHOLS economic news Is all good, or general convention with their husbands.
BABYSITTER wanted (or Iyeerold MI Mitt tIll "**.'* Corner Tamiaml of lit'Avo Trail Uo. A and oven Central heat 114. .SOO. Suits II, Stlch Building, sell because he'. warned It remaining $13,448,130.27 be The convention audience will
daughter ol working mAcla tINI 10 iteO a somma. Terms 12700 down Slot per Ntplaa. "o"d.Allon.y. distributed
Ml' 243JI to qualified municipalities. -
mother for aummer months. |0b I have had enperlencoworking --' month. Bill Leech. Reeller. 1st tar Registrant might change. be treated to 16 outstanding
Prefer responsible' mother withdaughtars :In a grocery Mere a* 1270 11th tt. NT' Ills Av*.. S. Ml 2-lltl. 111.1" June ,. t. II *3. IIM #1U All this may be rough on some speakers Senator
: Avelloblo including Jennings -
11 oldPhone clerk Would, be Interested Inworking at once S bdrm I
( ) about
yeara batht Near Lake Park School. of the expert and 1IIIIIste,.. Dut Two Collier county municipalities
MI 1102 art.r I p.m. at awitch board a* Real IN THE CIRCUIT.. COURT OF THE Randolph of West Virginia
SIll unfurnlahed 65-Gen. _Ettate
SlUt waitress or kitchen work TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF consumer calm has some good Naples and Ever known

Went a baby ...tt.. any age. Cathi Hoffman Ml 2 447g 171 Ith Ava S. THE STATE OF FLORIDA.' IN AND points. Right now It's pretty glades will share. Naples U nationally orator,
Prefer own transportation but Furnnhod five room horn. GET THE KEY TO A HOME FOR COLLIER COUNTY reassuring as well as top-flight entertainment -
not Ml 14220II Clot. 'In SliD per mo HOMES not |luat houses, but IN CHANCERY entitled to $12,939.36 for the featuring
.Soc.y. 23-Miic. For Sale homes The kind that needeonly Casa Na 200 For Instance, the federal Income month and the town of Ever songstress
'SECRETARY WANTED pER' 1151 Mandarin Rd. your ''r mto grace thInsand ALICE P. LUTRINQER' OANIER, tax cut didn't spark the Betty Cloonev, the duly TIu
MANENT POSITION. PLEASANT ANTIQUE COLLECTOR I CLY5PEASTRIDEA t bdrma. 2 bath*. 113) per mo make Into warm Plaintiff, rush to spend 'which glades will receive $495.32 as Show, and Charlie Spivak and
some politicians
friendly heven ef physical comfort -
CALL WORKING Ml UUI CONDITIONS FOR AP. PHONE 1411M2 2 Ito bdrm OilS. on St.* bath NNwr extra and spiritual' bliss. May MOTEL NAPLES. INC., said would send the econ. .hare. according to figures his Orchestra.

m tfEnpenenced 14 rock Coca Cola Vendo Vrlety *. toilet In uitility. lerge Florid, HOME we help TODAY you atart making you I Florida Corporation omy soaring. But neither did It Just| released.
weitrets. al Andy's Machine practically new room good .,or..*. carport Daftndtnt
trigger I boom that some ex
Pit Barbecue Ml 22191. Apply' lava 1300 cash Phone Mid-: near Lake Park School move '.bod...", .. I" baths. NOTICE OF SUIT Youth Rolls Car;
after I p.m. Nit, "way 11621. 1/S.St right 'In 111.600. "ookl'd'' I.ZOOfj. To: MOTEL NAPLES INC. parts warned would bring Infla
IS3 13th Ave SI A Florida Corporation THIEF HAS BAD EYESIGHT
PERSONABLE WOMAN 250 tth straat South (ion.lnsl. Held For Court
WANTED FOR GENERAL OFFICE 24-Mici. For Rent bdrm.. 2 bath large porch O..n. Av.. $10,500lbsdrooms Naolat, Florida. ad the consumers have MISSOULA, M nl. (AP) In
AND DETAIL WORK. garage, heel end air, move You Ire hertby notified that o 1189 lh. Damage was estimated at
MUST BE ASLE TO TYPE "hl" in til.HO, 1900 down 1121 .lbath Complaint' of Fereeloto a Mortgage gone on spending a little more tioulJcr (Mont.) Aie $l,000to a 1960 Chevrolet Cor.
AND ENJOY WORKING WITH CLEAN rugs. fibs new, to easy ma with texe and Isour. Coconut 0'0' 13.100 hit been brouiht againat you In the as they have a little more to reported the srrtsl in Elkhorn of
PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE>> OF to dO with Slue Lustr Rent a nee. PHA.VINCE. tbovo ttyled co..... to forecloto' thtt spend a man described au'lrouhlcd' with valr shortly after noon Monday
BOOKKEEPING HELPFUL. electric' .h.m_, II hipPos SY APPOINTMENT! F'LCAIE: mart so4sr.car dad In O R Book saving a little more M when a 18-yeir.old boy turned the
APPLY IN PERSON AT COLLIER furniture Co CONBOY U pile 441 4SO. Publi. Rocordt I Iat their Uke home pay goes up s some ocular d....... mat prevents car over Rum Row.
tee Naples' South and Model, Collier County. Florida' affecting on
COUNTY NEWS AD. ;l little hint from
513 Ilh Av.. "Hkw.y borrowing a little more as recognising or
VERTISING DEPT ASK FOR Home on display the following' described rttl and 6gt. D.L. Bass charged the
MR. WYATT 26PersonalALCOHOLICS Pit. MI 1-5745 personal property tituate. lying andborg I t they figure they will be In a '!dial inguif hmi any difference youth with traveling too fast for
Aasociates, In the County of Collier, State I Iof better 'between htanda hor. "
position to on ..,
meet the the condition of the road. Ills
ANONYMOUS 50-Rooms For Rent Lucille Otis Virgil MarciA Florida, to wit: ,
Man or women we'S lresbfrgproblaws' -Lot I. I... that part In the I INortheatt monthly payments. 'Underaheurr Gibbs made the case will be heard in Juvenile
Ask for help by calling DEWEY'POLLYREALTY corner aa detcribad In < ,
Installment srro SI
credit went
Large with batS' Court.
I Ml 2 41SI Visitors cordielly room prlvete dead to the ttete of Florida re. up
for lady Close to beach and
welcomed' Meetings In First' cardsd 'Is 5. 75. pals 330. and'
WONDER I.pt.ot Church Annu en hhIt. shopping, canter. Call before Lob 1. 0. Ol. 1 and 6. and thl
,t 71. An.sosry Tuoo. and noon I evening' Ml 1-4S1I North tl feet of Lot 1. and LoIs
F" n.ht .1 ':10 PM. s/Jtf Corner of let Av*. Uo. 4Tamiaml II It II 14. II and I*. of
Trail SPook II Tier I. of tho TOWN
Ml Z 4311. OF NAPLES (now City of Ne-
WHERETO 38-Autoi For Sal. 51-WantedToRenf plea), according, to the rovieod
1172 Jewel Box Avenue. Waterfront map 0' .pl.t 0' a partial, th....
WANTED>>: BEDROOM UNFURNISHED aaewell, centre! float end ef. at the tame It recorded In
FOR SALE HOUSE. CLOSE air.. 2 bdrma. 2 .balSA porch. Plat Book I I. page M of tho Public
FIND IN. YEAR ROUND BEGIN garage. III.150 Moving. must Record of Collier County,
,1957 Ford Wagon, factory HIND SEPT 1ST. WRITE sell. Florida ALSO
BOX 404 CORAL GABLES 14 That part of tho doted allay
air good body, FLA. 1/l.tl IISS Mandarin R4. I bdrm., which abuts Lots I to I. 'Inclunvo .
a buyer for your I baths, central heat and air, the North 21 feet of Lot 1.and .
and 3 lid,,,,.. ,,,.
transmission unlu
engine w.I" opt teI4.M porch, carport Lot II. M tad. Hock It
car, or a tewing machine buy Mf I 4150. gege N* closing Costs. ::1.:1o: Tier I. detcribed at follows: Com.mtncmg .
need work. $100.1
See dn 111,400. Moving must *ej| at the Northwett corner
to buy or tome- 52-Real Estate Wanted ., Lot I. at above described. ,
at 643 12th Ave. So. after tel Mh St Na, I Mrme. i ien. thinco run Southerly lit feet
one to clean your fvofdece. carport goad along the Watterly, boundary line
5 p.m. Have 12.500 M cash need I 50ss44soast. ..1.... of LoIn I to I ltd'auto.nd the
home? Just read and 1/7. I. ISIM2 .bedroom house west of Trail North II feet of Lot 1. thence run
Ml i Sill I/I.101 450 tOll Aol ... Aqueleno. 2
Wtttarly ?tt feet an a prelection
vie our bel 2 baths Control hoot a
ThundorbirdHardtop R tM ., the Southerly "boundaryUna
I Power windowt. teata. Ftc air garage, weterfrent. 111.too of tho North II feet of Lot
CLASSIFIED ADS tory air Low ,' 54-Trado) or Sell
conditioning mile 171 Ills It 7. thence run North and parallel
Na, I bdrm,
.... Ml 24104 after I
PM 2 baths, large porch heel to tho Weeterly "boundary line
CALL l/Xt.lt_ _ __ Will trade equity In Lake Perk end "ir. 11'.101| 1100 gar M dn ef Lets I and 1 a dittanca of M
THE DAILY NEWS IIM Rambler Convertible. Goad house for lend 'in City or County IIII04 mo with' tea and In* fart thence run Wettorly 7H
I Choap Midway' Call Ml 2 4211. */*." ,HA. N. cloeifig' casts. fort to the Northeast corner of
nsr'rrt.I'on. V7.St Lot JI In laid Hock. II Tier. t.
MI. 2.2107 1271 lifts It Na. I lid.", .. t hoscsrso Northerly, I PI feet
53-Storei Office 2 bItl... It.MOO* dn MOVE across alley and along EaatarlyNorth.
40-Auloi Repairs Part RIGHT IN N* qualifying boundary lena If Lat II t. ths
I TO PLACE YOUR AD Store building : I/I 41. $107.00 !month with two and In*. ...t corner .. Lot II. and ,
121.MO. Has ,.' M ft. Mfl IH.nce run Eatterly II feet to 4'
Trail frontage. Aportmont Lot 21 Block' I. Royal Harbor the 'point of beginning ALSO f _
LOOK HEREI In ,sO'. Bill Leach. Realtor overlooking bay seewell Coot All of the furmtura. furnishings,
151 Sth Ave, S., Ml' Itltl. ....... aacrifica 5911. future, appliance, tool and
SlUt equipment tontained In tho build
where _
Wondering to go Lot 14 17th Av S*' Aque mgt located on the above do. /
With your ear problems ? 57-Hout4 For Sato lane, Vaferfront coot I7MO, tcnbed premite end uted In the -
acriflco' I42M operation of Motel Naolet N....*. _
FactorFimeh; Paint, Job Florida according, to the Inventoryaichanged _
Wreck 5,34414Tasespe Three bedroom screened lanai .Lot 11. Banyan Blvd Hig' Mevorloeklng between tho partial onth.t _
and lovely lendscap with eturdy cyclone fence ere a.- Van ore notified to erva a copy
Front and alignment among many feature* ef thi of your anton or other pleading
Motor OverhaulTranmiion I badroem home en city water VINCE CONBOY an the attorney for Ills Pleintiff,
r.34sWLabrCalIlt and sewer In Lake. Perk Only I..55 IMII Av. Punbway CONDOR McOANiE. addre.td
|lJ150 Term available. Callowner. PII. MI 2114067Apartm.nts te them at Sun ;. Celeb BuNeple ....'n..
Ml 14S2I before IMPM *. Florid. and to ,,10 the '
rake* original ....... or other pleading
Pali** 4 W.. "PRIVATUALC: For Sale M tho office .. the Clerk of the "
Don! look any further NO BROKCRI Circuit Court of Collier County i, ;
... Owner must soil three bedroom Florida oddresaed to the Collier ::
2 beth home M THE MOORING 'u' ;ah'". duplu "... amy hit County Courthou. lilt Nople. .
Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. !. Central Swat and air On. b.drooon oasIs ..d.. '''.toO Florid, on or before II Juno 1 144otherwi .
conditioning' carpeting throughout ,.,- ,vIII..... Sell LoacS.Raitta *. the allegation of ea>dCemeleiM
|l3IPtiW.. N. Ml t IIMNad eicept t bedrooms Com ,. III Itt Av.. I. 110I1 will be taken aa c_ '! '- ,
**. Fl.*. plot 0 kitchen. Including disposal ..all. tested by you and o Decree Pro ,: .
and disnwesher. Hc. screened Confess will be entered ....".t ,
porch, paved driveway. soddedlV you for tho relief dontonded J C
44-MebiU Homei n. Phona Ml 24104 eiterIPM II find D.ted Otis .lath day of May IH4 '.'
*21.1f you MARGARET T. SCOTT,
.... Cler'CLE"K'S ,3
T.I. wAtt tibasi cop OW"koe LtAIING. TOWft
pant for rent or **l*. NMO k> soot fu,. ( SEAL) ia
my comaileteiy >
iit.en Ml' 24IM or i 2712.

Pimnven trailer and letoutied :' for aenasad tuod 34en.tabIsi t. gsaltad...., laistese40l5at4aO. bnyar CONDON Deputy t McDANIEL Clerk NOTHING LIKE learning young, say David Frey, swim instructorand

Florida: ream. I4MN Idoaf for CouplI or ., Attorney. for Plaintiff, life-guard at the Beach Club as he introduces his 3 months old ton

complete Cape Trailer Sea 'Per''Y'Let*. U for family...,of... eon eIIlld. Ml 2 111.1'207 Suit. 1., Florida Belch BuildingNie'M to th* water Young David Joseph likes the water OK, but finds his 1

1/4 It Drive) Car f.U1 Aal U" I May II. 2* Juno I. .. IH4 #14t diapers kinda dranry (McGrath photo) 'I


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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, Jane 9, 1961 County Court Costs Mounting In {

I Wallace Predicts RepealOf Business v St. Auaustine Racial CasesJACKSONVILLE .

,\ request by E.L. Glllarid, - eI

representing the Isles of Capri (AP) Rae Simpson returned to state court
Civil Rights It Enacted CIvli Associate i for permls- 'al friction at St Augustine has -but which are now In abeyance .

alon to build a recieatlon cen. again turned into a pending pending appeal to the t'JS.

MONTGOMERY Ala. CAP)- nationwide movement tow eak tar on a count owned park on court case and Sheriff L. O. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Gov. George C. Wallace of Ala. for repealing the civil rights I bill the Isle of Capri, II as refer. y i, Davis said the cost is getting Bedell did not present any'
bama says that If the civil rights If or when It becomes 1 boa "I I 1 I red to the Park and RPI reau<>n ra tc j 1 br mountainous case for the defendants--arguine

bill Is enacted, '9l will be re wont r ut myself op for tint'," Advisory Board at this mort. i lie said the St. Johns County that this was no different from

pealed In two to four years' Wallace said, "hut I'll ,l III, m\ Ing'k Commission meeting c' ''Jmml ssloll II paying I20Oooto the earlier ones
"I'm not advocating disobedl, part /us lest I know how,' Gilland reviewed tend.ctive 30,000 in legal expenses for Simon said this one differs.He
ence of any law,' Wallace said Judging from Wallace's nui 1.11"". plans to build a meeting place each day in court. said the county Judge has taken
for the association, Bin Scouts, Officials of the county and city part In the
In an Interview. "But people, state mull, it afticMrs thai he S w prosecution by setting
North and South, are going to has won much support lot his Girl Scouts, and other civic of St. Augustine were represented such high bonds.
resent and resist this. It will position on civil rights.\ organisations; and to provide by the Jacksonville law In addition, Simon said Nazi.
take a police state to enforce It. Since he entered I Ix-mcx ritu parking space and recreate fac. firm of Dedull, Bedtll and Dltt. like punishments were used on
"It's a severe attack on in presidential prlmuiios In three tittles such as shuffleboard. mar In one phase: of a legal action civil rights prisoners keeping

vate property and free enter. states, an aide said l, nearly 20: The Commission sought addl. heard in U.S. District Court them In the hot sun In a new
prise and when people reall/e 000 letters have come to him. tional layout plans, and movedto ticCOME Monday, enclosure outside the county jail
this the, law will be repealed In Wallace grit 27 per rent "I the refer the request to tho ad. This asked an injunction and putting some in two rooms

two to four years.'' vote In Wisconsin, 34 per cent In visor board. against further prosecution of known as "sweat boxes' for periods

Wallace said he Is convincedthat Indiana, and 42.7 |K.r cut In civil rights demonstrators at St. of two days or more.
feeling over the racial Issue Maryland Augustine, where there have While taking both cases under
was an important factor In I xamlnation ol the Utters and Joe Lynch, project engineer, been nearly 400 arrests since advisement, Judge Simpson said
Sen. Barry Coldwater's victoryover telegrams shotted the line and Tom Weber, chlel engineer : Easter on Mate charges of trespass he would try to keep this testimony .

Gov. Nelson A. Roc kefellerof from virtual!) every pert ol the for Golden Gate Estates, undesirable !guest and con.sptracy. separate from that he
New York In the CalllornU nit Ion. appeared at Commission meet N heard last week In another hear.
Republican president I primary Many originated In (large ing this morning with maps In a companion criminal ac. ing on St. Augustine's! racial
June 2. Northern cities whore rac lal showing work progress in the tlon, 30! demonstrators who have troubles.

As for Rockefeller's state,, problem have arisen In the |ust development, particularly In .... 1 been arrested In the past two That case was a petition by
Wallace said "New York already year. Man) others, however, Golden Gate City weeks, asked transfer of their Negro demonstrators for a re
has all those civil rightslaws i, liore tho |iostmirk ol small "We are on schedule In the HACK AGAIN, sa.\s Clint Jordan nifht. Beach Club manlycer, cases to federal court and bonds straining order against two clti
on the hooks and New (communities first 12 units," Weber Inform. as Dputv imperial Potentate 0. Carlyle Block. ducks out after Shrine substantially lower than the $1,.1 ordinances and a police ban on

York has more problems today "Had I known I Kiln going to ed commissioners, and present. Ceremonial held hue last weekend About :),uufl Shimeis and their too to $3,000 now set for theft night marches The Judge said
ed a sketch showing roads, Chester Bedell told Judge he has not his doci.1
than any other state In the un, do so well In thins" primlutes, wins jammed available Naples accommodation and enjoyed themselves completed
Ion." Wallace said, M 1 would hive streets, canals, and building Im. ( McGiath photo) Bryan Simpson that his firm lion but Is working on It,
motel despite occasional showers criminal
A 24.unlt retained in the
Answering a question, he said|gone Into California" provements. was. not .....-
he has no plans to organic a i I lie said he Intends to go Into and a clubhouse are nearing com. action. However, me JlIlIlI" Zoners.
more stated seeking to win un pletion. A water plant and see heard both cases together and .
"pledged! electoral vote. wage disposal plant are under said he would consider the lamp (Continued from page 1))
"It Is conceivable tint )oil construction! Nine holes of the GOP Governors Hunt testimony and arguments In datlons of the board this morning.

City could get enough eloctoicl" golf course will be seeded soon. both Issues.Sheriff Mrs. Fleming said she will be
votes to hold the lulanc ol Iuw| Six model homes are to go up Davis and St. Johns the sole operator of the beauty

er us to who Is ;and who Is not immediately Count Atty. Donald Bulk did parlor in her home at !1I179Seven.
going to l IH the* next preside-ill ,' Weher said contracts had been To not respond when the judge said th Street South. Last month,
CourtIn Wallace said. let I for weir number nine, and Man Stop, << Harry the sheriff had the right to have her application for a beauty.par.

bids were being received on con. counsel if he chose but need not lor home license was turned down
Municipal Court Monday strut'tlon of two more. He also do so. because there were to be three
not him to take had said that he had committed
Thomas R. Drown out that dirt plugs were CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP- expect any action interview later Davis
murnlnff, Judge Teachers. pointed of Michigan In an operators In a shop In a home
that would be aimed at himself to the
found George Williams Jr., 23, In the canals to hold hack wa. Former Vice President RichardM. said the costs were getting so not yet built *
River Park AI'II'Illty! of assault (Continued from pane 1)). ter and at other spots the canals Nixon said today the search blocking me. not to seek national office high that he wouldn't have PUBLIC HEARING
Golduater said that In the this and could only accepta
and buttery and sentencedthe had not been fully widened for an alternative candidate to year counsel. The board's decision to eliminate .
I't! In Jail on the committee, and Roney, ,, Sen. Barry Goldwater for the absence of any expressed oppo convention draft. Johns
defendant to days Is not Commissioners expressed ap. HP pointed out that St. all home-occupatlons after
heading up the committee sttlon from Eisenhower he Is Any decision he makes will
plus $r<0 fine, Other predation for appearance of re.i Republican presidential nomlnaI County has not yet collected any January 1 will come up before
connected with the schools confident he will gel the* nnml not be at variance with his pre.
Judith Alea Wiljlit, 24, ort 10C4 William Long. presenUttves from the firm, and I I tlon still Is being continued by bond or fine in the civil rights Council at a July public hear.
lay members are nation at the mid July San Francisco vlouS commitments, Romney
Seventh Avenue North, was fined Russell Stahlman, F.E. set the second Tuesday of each,, COP governors. cases because all are tied up In Ing on the Gkpage proposed re-
shore, convention lie added that
$Z'< fur spending! and $2'! for Luxemof month for the work progress re. Goldwater breezed through said.The the federal courts on appeal vision of the zoning ordinance.The .
Ackerman and Phyllis he thinks he has a good chance Michigan governor declined
the 56th annual Governors Con.
failure In appear.Lacolia port. Costs of the legal actions to attorney noted that since
of Ev. ,
and Don Rlndy to the state
Naples, of defeating President Johnson name
ference Monday and flew
21 McDonald night
inlcy Leader.
the Southern Christian home occupation licenses are
quarters, was found guilty of ills erglades. of Im- County Engineer Harmon Turn.,, back to Washington with confldence in November lives he said were urging him ship Conference, sponsor of the now subject to annual review, It
William Newsome 'Wait until the n-ople begin to take a more active role. Pre
orderly conduct and) assault and to Commission thai that former President also .
er reported : demonstrations, were mentioned Is within the City's to
power say
mokalee elected vice chair. stand he had conferred with
was to assess Johnson's on this viously
i; D. Eisenhower will not
battery, und the Judge ordered building permit Issued by the Dwight In the course of the hear. that these licenses will not be
of the committee. Other Nelson A. Rockefeller of
and Gov.
man Civil rights question come
his bid for the nomination.
her to pay $35 fine or spend county during May reached a t upset ing. renewed after a certain date.
members school New York and Gov. William
representing to realize that his
: spending poll
wvcn days In J.dl. John Vltkers value of $260,000 Total 1 forthe The Arizona Republican said Tobias Simon, attorney for the Board members took the
personnel Include Fay Chand. rice are out of line the senator W. Scranton of Pennsylvania.He .
was found in* !guilty of assault year through May was $1,437,.,, In an Interview he thinks the former demonstrators, contended the chance t to warn Mrs. Fleming i
ler and Eugene Williams, Im. said. "Then we'll see whetherwe and his two colleagues said
und battery The two defending 000. Through May 10C3, the total. president is about the only high ball would keep the Ne. that the City l contemplates cutPi
mokalee Evelyn Adams Robert beat him. after that meeting that their
Republicans can
who could him from
charged: \ each other with assault was $1,002,000. man keep grows in Jail or possibly bank. ting off all home occupations withf
Montana, and E.W. Woodruff of getting the nomination. He said In a brief appearance| as a discussion was limited to plat.
and battery after a Sunday alter. rupt the organization behind in a few months, and she should
Naples and Jeanne Ilelnback Goldwater form proposals.
; guest,
he is convinced that Elsenhow
'IIIMIII alh'rl'atlc A for them
request consider that
zoning changesin i before making a
of with said the important
Everglades.The avoided conferences Romney
Carl Hustle, C2, no address Millers Park and Fred Wlild.' er will remain neutral. any Seven white persons arrestedIn large Investment in her home
county will be represented who have thing was to give Republicansa
given, was fined$21 for drunken den subdivisions In Immokalea Nixon, the I960 pre.ldentlalnomlnl" governors recent demonstrations had beauty shop.
by Valera S. Barker who will been complaining that his con, choice at the party convene
ness und) trcsp isslng. Officer was granted The change had I said after a breakfast bonds posted but not 32 Negroes. It was the board's feeling that
be recording secretary. Others servatlve views would make It tion between a candidate who
D.L. I),ISN said tlu III'fl'lIdlIIt was been recommended by the Coun. meeting with COP governors to. This would deprive the demonstrators granting of home-occupation licenses .
to represent the county are L.E. difficult for him to carry their could support the traditional
day that several of them who
denied! a room In a local lodg. ty Zoning Board. The change of their civil rights, cheapens residential
Predmore and R.ll. Stowell. states as the GOP nominee principles of the party and one
hug house, hilt HIP proprietor' | will affect four blocks In the are not satisfied with Goldwa- he contended In arguing that this areas and causes the commercial
Board members and the su.perlntendent Specifically, hI did not make like Goldwater, who might not
ter's conservative views still
later found tutu hlecpliiB In one of subdivisions and Includes about are situation was different from two areas to suffer because of loss
will ,nut le Invitedto himself available for discussionswith agree to a forward-looking plat.
trying to get together on a can.
the rooms. 90 lots. The change was from previous ones which Judge of office and store space.
The Judge Issued throe bench attend meetings. resldental\ to commercial. dlJate they can back. Govs. Gorge Romney of form.
warranty; fur dcfenduds who fall Members of the committee will He said this candidate shouldbe Michigan, WlllUm W. Scranton -- -- -
study salary schedules from var. of and Nelson A.
fd to appear Monday nioinlng. a governor and not himself, Pennsylvania '
Bonds were set at JlOfor! William lous parts of the country and will Atom.PoweredMerchant He indicated he thinks the most Rockefeller of New York. All OF BUYERS'' MISTAKES!
make visits to and unl. Goldwatcr's A PARADE
J. Hyui, charged with no valid colleges likely possibilities are Gova.WU. three have said that
driver's license; !$!i0 for Glenn versitles, alongwlth state depart.' Ship Ham W, Scranton of Pennsylvania positions on foreign and dome's
meals headquarters, In search and George Romney of tic policies would damage the
Walter: Iloudashehlt.ilurpedwlthdilvlng ( of Information. On First Trip Michigan. Republican ticket In their Imnor rb '
on an Improper license, C LEMON
and $25 for Lloyd llughy Wat. Expenses of committee memo 1 NEW YORK (lAP) The It was Nixon's opinion that the taut electoral vote states .
ben will be paid by the board chances for Goldwater Indicated, that his
son, charged with speeding.! stride first atom powered an agreement on a
Edward Jallll'lIlIt'ndrrlohnt,24) merchant ship has sailed on Its candidate the party moderates conference with Eisenhower did .
Naples Hotel, was: fined $Zi! for 1 hough Jcissatii4 IH us.ulitil list train*:ill,mile vciyiRp could back against Goldwater not Ret deeply Into (wlitlcs., He '
being drunk and In possession of UK hiilUl und! petit"ti'd! i.' Tin inidiMr slip Savannah were not very great. said the former president dldnot PRICES SQUEEZED SALE

alcoholic I beverages on the music: hoimlinui Ih, h,i"cnicivcniinlN \"*, left Mondaj for Brpmc-rhavfn, Nixon contended that the par, bring up political matters and
municipal fishing pier Linda tire (nl\ I I.>r all u i Germany with '89! tons of goner ., ty must work hard to have Gold.> ho himself dl
Lou Williams, 17, of 1278 Forest lion of the I leaps kt:.K :it'/ d cargo, 0,000 bags of mall water change some of his viewson observations In that field.
Avenue, paid $10 for failure to ting and "pramt thud In" and 13 paying; pal ipngprs. She national Issues "We talked mostly! about loll MERE DROP!
yield right of way at a step seen in any pundit liar ai ommoditlons fur CO. "It would be a tragedy for the and how to get rid of the bursitis
Republican party if the Goldwa-> that has btttm tethering! him,"
James Cape, 18, Naples ter views previously stated were the senator said
received a suspended| sen- not repudiated," Nixon told the Gov. John Anderson Jr. 01

deuce( for driving on an Impio. news conference. Kansas, conference chairman
per license The Judge noted Nixon termed Goldwater "an said Im and his colleagues PET SUPPLIES

tint the liw requires\ newcomers ,.fM odds-on favorite," but said he "agreed that the Republican party

to obtain Florida di Ivor's 11. does not have" the nomination and Republicans nitlonill" Automatic Dog Waterer, Reg. $6.95 _______ $4.77
are bigger than Individual.This .
tense and car license pi.lies an "wrapped up. any

this SIKH state.IIM they bogus! working In the He governors said that expressed a number concern of recognition seemed to that signal Golduater the general Turtle Racing Kit, including LIVE turtle, Reg. $3,95 $2.79

Steve Allen Williams of key a''v ; because there might not be a Is close to having the nomma
West forfeited $23:; bond on a contest at the Republican convention tlon In his pocket. Nevertheless Redwood Martin House Reg. $35.95 __ ___ 28.75

charge of allowing an unauthorled /- in San Francisco. Rockefeller Is reioi| tod to have
to drive. The no. Nixon also contended that any told Eisenhower that with the
drtv.r'person.lkl'nse charge against S1 tt opposition force "if it emerges, vendor on top of the ticket the EXTRA SPECIAL! LIVE BUNNIES 98c

William Gaitenmayer, also of will have to emerge this week" result might be disastrous In

Key West, was dl''pped.Cincinnati He said that If such a development ., New York, Ohio and Illinois

t a were to come about it PLANTS
t would be decided by the governors .
Man i "by the end of this week." CLEVELAND (AP) Guy
"I am confident Sen. Goldwa George Romney of Michigan Carissa (Linki), Reg. $1.45 79c

ter will support a platform with said today that former Vice
Nabs Big Bass views which in the past he has President Richard M. Nixon has Carissa (Grandiflora), Reg. $1.79 97c

been in I minority on," Nixon urged him to offer a "clear
said choice" between moderate Re. Crotons In Quart Cansl! Last Call __ 7-For_$J

Without A Hook! c day 1 iti'l, Klvcn ,in o\, ,it Inn i publicans and Sen. Barry Gold-

oi > inival it a coiili'itMKt water, R.Ariz., in the contest for Ixora Hedge Plants in Egg Cans .$1.49

Fishing has been excellentfor : cli. ei !>ixc'il to hoar (Isenhim. the GOP presidential nomina.
anglers In general duiliig ei 'ak. the talkediletlwith c i I tlon.
the past two week but it was ..MMhower: and other nuitilc Romney told a news confer. FERTILIZERSEVERAL

nothing short of "sensational" ,lor- while t,tlil* IH>|"pliiK. tin'n l> ence after a closed-door discussion .

for Howard McIntosh of Cincinnati lit ,,'k \\jHliiiiRton cur ,ic with Nixon at the SCth an. BROKEN BAGS OF FERTILIZER AT CLEAN-UP PRICESI!
Ohio, who caught a 10- tic on the ivtl !lights lull!; nual governors' conference that

timer dments, several other governors "have
pound sea bass-without a hook! .
Lacking both an rtlflclal lure 'I think President!! I isenlKiwet been urging me to become a MISCELLANEOUSGulftox
i! flout,,il In this situ.it ion us he> candidate."
live bait .
or McIntosh who had
Ins the .ist. GolihuteiI. The Michigan chief executives
wn in
; i"
just arrived In Naples for a \ Household Spray Gal Jug Reg $5.95F --$2.88
d I. 'I do i n)1 think he h.. said he would take this under -
visit with his mother, Mrs. II "'d I his |' ituitwn! i .in I t ,do i consideration. Previously, he
Elizabeth Bonomlnl, threw a NAPLES NOBLE Scott R. Wolfe left, rives a Flower Dri Silica Gel for Preserving Flower Blooms,

stringer attached to a metal coiiKJatulatoiy handshake to O. Carlyle Brock. . . . . . Reg $2.95 __ $1.88
chain Into a canal In the rear who chief Ci'ie-
deputy Imperial Potentate, was
of the Bonomlnl home at 936 monlal officer at last weekend's Shrine Ceremony : Join Your Friends Again at r'' a'IHIWU""tIJ.ltJ\1: } :

18th Avenue, South. al, which headquarteied at the Beach Club. Brock LOOK!

First he brought up a small Potentate in Jul '. 1
is scheuled to become Imperial .A REG. 55c
red which had somehow got top Shrine position in the nation. ( McGiath photo) 1

threw caught the on squirming the stringer red back lie '. 7iJHfI tf J JJSptlltpJJil1fJ. F VALUABLE d '. \ C-IL. bag

Into the canal on the stringerand NAPLES

almost Immediately felt a FLY : 1 MONEYSAVING- ) SHEEP MANURE

strong pull on his line. MIAMI Zt .,
To the amazement of angler veto I
McIntosh,he found he had caughta AFTER

10-pound sea bass which had New Year Round Daily Schedule 1. 1 1uNE 33c
swallowed the redftsh, stringerand
metal chain. Naples To Miami 1 1 COUPON !

"I'm glad"I have witnessesto 7;45 A.M, 11 30 A.M. 3.45 P'M.: 1 YOUR HEALTH RESORT /
prove tt, said Macintosh 1 10 MILES MONTH ON 41 1
"This U really a sensational Miami To CORBIN LINDABURY'
catch but mother and fOR A SATURDAY NIGHT PATIO BUFFET -
my stepfather 900 AM 2:15 PM 5.00 PM
Albert Bonomlnl, were : I from 6:30 to 8:30 II

there to'see It. The strangest Connrrtion* and IhMrntlo" to any point in the world GARDEN CENTER
thing about It all is that I Special Wednesday luncheon | )
another bass under similar COMPLETE IALAO
caught circumstances c.r, ;:t ,!1 II!1_30 ... to ISO ,1ft, J 410UnthSt, S ath ?! Ml 23440Op
just a Concourse 3 Miami AirportMI I 1
Naples Airport
year ago'on a visit. And neither J-J4J4 NE 4-4811 I SWIMMING, TOOl! I n 7 30 .m, 'if 5:3<* pm:

my mother or step-father 4 ConNn Me ('"t., In I'urli.K fllr11 Occ .i..HH--1'h. Wl' 2-1601 f
able catch City Tifktl office Naplea Travel Agency Plenty Fre Parkinfa
have been to any" . . . . .Ii I
kind of fish-even with hooks.

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