The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I Weather OutlookScattered r I j S1y Fo 'an TIDES High m, 'Low 0 I""

i afternoon and esrly r- ti I JU/r June I 2:I* 11:14 C::52 (12U :

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), other.lne fair Low loniuMmainly I .. ''t oilier lr \J ,8.3 1 ; : : /:SIIi53

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aouthrant 1 to 12 mile .lnd. .
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FRIDAY, JUNE 12 1964 t PACES 10 CENTS lath YEAR NUMBER 22" .

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HAVANA (AP) Cuban For.

__ elgn Minister Raul Roa says his
country i will lake "fitting mea.
surer against attacks on Cuban
State CourtMost soldiers by U.S. guards at the
By Supreme Guantanamo Naval Base

..,, The government Thursday
.J -"C. I night made public Roa's protestover
: the alleged wounding of a
I Cuban soldier, by U.S. sentriesat
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The w. Guantaiamo Tuesday night.
CHARLOTTE GLADES / \' Florida Supreme Court upheld The U.s. Defense Department

i1+ ontcnoltt taxi l1 PALM BEACH today the plan by Brnward and .. .,. r.J has denied the charge and sug.gest .
tunU 6ad1 Collier counties to build the $11 ' Moe. 4furett 'h(1 ( Bl million toll expressway across been shot by Fidel Castro's own

"d W.Po m the Everglades, linking Fort r- troops|' hunting rebels,
blot Iexh6ce
LEE Clrw attxl Lauderdale and Naples.
tuBcNe ae rnM Btoth owntph The decision upheld the ('olin.tiel' Il
AP) -
India (
o kn NEW ,
plan to Issue $17 million In
6 LMyers W' ewenhf bonds, backed primarily by the Prime Minister Lai Bahadur
t effortto
HENORY ANDYTi Shastrt has launched an
+ lulls and then by 80 per cent
bitter dls.
settle India's long
VRGLADfS of each county's share of the
with Pakistan over Kash.
J Mionaary gasoline tax refundedby
.. .. .., .. ml/
PARXWAyt the state for highway con. -- -
In his first broadcast since
BROWARO Deerfield btech 1V st ruction. FISHING isnt the only en. succeeding the late Prime Mln.
0 1R .ran9lno baacttN Alligator Alley would be 78 teitamment offered at the later Nehru, Shastrl said Thurt
miles long 27 miles In Broward!
Naples Pier these days. day night "a great deal of pa.
County and 51 In Collier
APLES ft louder o In Its decision, the State Su. The pose in the lower picture tleme tie differences will be necessary", but added to that set.

Court said It was charged was unrehearsed, but "
preme linkedby
and Pakistan were
Nollywoodm tkk India
"only with gauging the legalityof when the young devoteeof common history and (tradl.

r p N.Mtsnw !etch the undertaking though con. physical culture realized lions

(,e. lodes OADE Hi leohp III celvably a project might"be as he had an audiencehe \ \ Shastrl also appealed for harmony .
IlLadvlsed It Is legal
i Bt7od1 as took up the stance between India's \Hindu
The court decision this morn. above If the fish "'IIt ( majority and Moslem minority
MONROE Gobla ml tog delighted members of the shown .,.
jJCoroI County Commission and many don't bite, and time is "" "
tt AP-
Purina others who have visualized the heavy on your hands, you A ,razed ,man who fatally
need of a cross-state highwayand might try it of course
'" speared two women teachersand
have worked long years to it helps if you are a healthy r" seared 28 ,hlldren and an.

East Germans get It. teenager with muscles. t _';' other teacher with a flamethrower
Federal Commissioner, Wesley Down. ,
King In Jail (NEWS photos) died Thursday night
Ing said It will be a "tremen
; : after he was shot by police,
dons help" to Collier and Bro. '
Workers To Get Russians SignFriendship ward Counties "I never doubted .. then gulped| down |olson.

the outcome of the court de.Cision ,Sign-Ups For f The worker, Walter Selfert,
Demonstrators Pact ," he said. "All legal ; f 40, a tubercular lathe operator,
Hikes In Pay technicalities had been thorough.ly Summer Program p was shut In the pelvis as he
tQ' "trIed to n_ from the school,
MOSCOW (API- The Soviet checked by the State HighwayDepartment. vSet For MondayBoys
Before police Could subdue him
AP Fitter "
'thil0b'17Etasl'rniany/ t : signed
most federiu& (Quiet Down he swallowed the contents of a
pay chock for I friendship treaty today but Downing continued "I believe and girls wanting to par. small bottle of Insect killer.
workers were In prospect todayafter Governor Bryant Is the real .
stirring up a major tlclpate In Naples' annual summer Doctors who treated SeUert
HOUM passage of I pay ST. AUGUSTINE (AP) Pr crisis with the Went by stopping>| hero of this project He res. recreation program should for tuberculosis had tassel him
raise bill that Include $7,500.a.year Martin Luther King Jr. and fellow short of a World War II peace pected the Hhts and good Judg. sign up at their respective! ten. unstable but harm.

Increaaes for members of Integrators were brought to treaty. ment of the two counties and ors: Monday from 9 a.m to noon Scranton Enters Bid I.as..mentally. Before he died he told (Millie
Congress.By Khrushchev said the backed them even though he had
the St. Johns County courthouse Premier and 1 to 3 p.m. he was fed, up with the way
the surprisingly largernar. rharg.es treaty would be an Important to withstand the wrath of the
today for arraignment on The big recreation program Is physicians had treated his 111
tin of 243 to 151 the Have re. stemming from their attempt| contribution to "the peaceful rest of the state. jointly conducted by the Collier ness and "winted to take revenge .
versed Its earlier defeat of a to eat In a segregated restau regulation of the German question. Naples Mayor Archie TurnerIn ."
ImlUr bill and cleared the way ." a short statement. smackedthe ounty school system and the

for Senate action on the $533. rant.King, another Negro, the Rev. Ills annoucrement to the part nail on the head and Inject. Naples Recreation Department For GOP Nomination
rhousands of Naples area young GENEVA (AP) The Soviet
million package of pay boosts. Rai>h D. Abernathy and awhile appeared couched In cautious ad a bit of humor. "People ol
officers and both counties wanted Alligator .dens have taken cart In put Union will begin discussionswith
for Judges federal, Cabinet executive, and In.creaaea man WlllUm, Boston\ England University, acid terms But East German Communist Alley, the bonds have been validated summer programs:and another BALTIMOl: Md. (AP)- represents was born In troubled the United States next
top Chaplain
ranging from 22.5 per chief Walter Ulbrlcht\ following ( Now let's build U and bin turnout Is "evnmtml" this veer Gov. William w. Scranton of times Mon,lay on a global spare,, satellite .
It was hot In Jail Thursday nlglit.
cent at the top to 1.8 per cent They needed shaves. the Soviet leader on the dais at lee how many alligators travel All registrations swimmingand Pennsylvania today announcedhis "I lay that the true spirit U communications network,
at the bottom for 1.7 million King told newsmen he was not a Kremlin meeting, said the It" tennis will be made only st candllacy for the Republl.can the Republican party today U.S. officials said the oun
"One of the presidential nomination "to stands equally dedicated to pre. tries would try to work out a
government worker taken anywhere Thursday night treaty t provides that East Ger. greatest things the recreation renter, across ,
which to Col. offer our party a choice." serving this nation from we plan for coordinated use of
has ever happened Str.et.For .
letter carrier but remained In Jill since he many and the Soviet Union will from City Hall on Eighth
The average Her CounlY"laldCommlaalon.rGlenn The 49.year.old governor and dry.rot of phony liberalism or each other satellites,
other activities boys and
Isolated West Berlin as ,
8.8 cent boost was booked. This conlradii te<1 a regard
per Hind
would get a the slow death of < reaction
"an Independent political entity Allen "It's a sign of pro. girls from second through eighth former congressman has been
of $325 a year and the average statement by Sheriff L. U Davis he said..
government typist and file clerk that King was tfken elsewhere which In no way Is part of the (rest." grade living east Gordon River saying for almost a year that be made but STOCKHOLM) Sweden lAP)
said 11. Milton '' he would accept only a "sincereand "A stand must ,
$310 a year raise temporarily| bwause of West German Federal Republic "Delighted, shou d register at Shadowlawn Col. stir Wennerstrom uf the
would a
threats on the (Integration lead. and to which the competence of Unk, president of the Greater $chool. honest draft" the hour Is late. Swedish air tone was sentenced .
The bill ts expected to be one the Went German Federal Republic Naples Chamber of Commerce. In an llth.hour speech arranged "We have waited dangerous.ly to life In prison tcnU
era life. Davis would I nut say
of the first called up In the Sen. where does not extend." "It means a great deal to the Those living wilt of the river only Thurs, night for long to call upon our party'sconscience for spying against Sweden for
ate after It completes action on area, In funneling traffic from should sign up at Lake Park the Republican State Conven. .upon Its wisdom, the Soviet Union.
civil rights bill, and no dtf.flcultles All three defenUnta plecdalinnocent The three Allied governments School. High school students Scranton declared willRocky .
the the east coast to the Gulf. It tlon of Maryland, upon Its The sentence, Swe.ten's most
before Count JudgeCharles onsulted the development,
are foreseen In Its pasasage. : on ) should to the r.'reatlon build. party 'is
Maine. also will provide a second highway go the Republican severe In peacetime, was hand.
(Continued on page 8)) for traffic In case of dls.ister. Ing across from City Hall or to In danger It we let sn exclusion ed down 10 days before SovietPremier

Let's get It built post. Naples, High School gymnasium minded minority dominate our Gets 80 Krushi'hev Is due In
uste." Carver School stu,louts can register platform and choose our >'andi.
Slt>< khulm on a VI.lt.Wh.n .
at the River Park recrea. "
York's Wennerstrom was arrested
Of New
CHECK IT OUT lion building "I have come here to ollej a year ago, Premier
Officials at the courthouse our party a choice. I reje. t the Tags Erlander said relations
were "delighted" when the news echo we have thus far been
92 Delegates between Sweden and the Soviet
if the valuation was flashed over Attention All handel, the echo of fear, or reaction Union had been serious ,Us.

the wire but some checking was the echo from the never ALBXNV, N.Y. (AP) Gov. turbed by the rue. But recent
draw I "10 be sure." Road never land that puts our nation Nelson A. Rockefeller had at Iv he declined to omment when
Board Charlman John Monohan Coin Collectors backward to a lesser plate"' in least 80 if New York 92 dele asked how this! might affectKhrushp
W..IJUt\ of town, but sent word the world of free men, he gates to the Republican Na hev' visit.Wennerstrom .

is was "mighty happy over the Staff writer David Lyon con said tlonal Convention securely torn 57, was arrested .
4I le islon" and verified the au. Imuei his memoirs o" his vacation Scranton's speech ran 20 milled today to his fight for the < after 14 years of espionage

Ih.ntlcllof the release. The trip 'back home'. Thl.eolumn minutes I residential nomination and a'moderate activities In Moscow, Washing
n Hi.:.da Development Commls.u Is devoted to the changing "Can we In good ooneclence forward !linking ton and Stockholm
;i in a telephone converse.l picture In the world< of coin turn our backs on the century plitform.'.

:n with Clerk Margaret Scott Jlectng. U that's :Ji hobby, old progressive history of our GOP Stale Chairman Fred A. MONROE, U. (AP-A third
made the Same rep 't. party" Scranton asked the total *'>ul.I Ino .
:u'lleso) ) the :\umn.SII\ Page Young predicted Negro has enrolled at previous.ly
(Continued on page I) "Back Home On The Bus." "You and I know we canM4> at least SI! b) the time tie sll,white Northeast Louisiana
"I believe that as membersof ,?,m open in San Fran, :Slate College
a party more than 100 tears II' '> M) U. All three attenied Masses on
pi old we have l no right to sell out The delegation\ gave Itorkefelle Thursday without ln< Iderit.

to the modern expediencies of tu support at a merits here Leo Samuel Sauer, 22, Joined
Pledge Their Blood r a the easy answer, the fast draw, Thursday and the governor res t I is brother, Bobby Saucer, 23,
the quick s'>lutl<,n." ,. W"1 b> pledging .to rain I his, \J"1 Sarah Louise McCoy, 22, as
S.:ran: ald the part >is I l 'A I the wa.. $tu tents
NAPLES JAYCEES* pledged nearly 1 '5 of

the quota of blood to be raised next week in

Collier County In the upper photo are the officers Grads
front, from left, Kenny Schry\er, publicity : : Nearly

chairuian for blood drive and member of the board

of directors; Dr Hud Wills, rrtordinjr secretary, r.r I

Henry Caballero board I member: Helmut Priller,

board member: Nob M(nnftl, retiring president, I Going On To Higher Learning

Geoitr Pittman, first \ Kj>rrdont\ rear Carl ,

Howard, eurrr'sptandtngl <>
treasurer Hill Mtr, txMtrd member, Marvin *>car) ill i Naplet Higt .' Hi" I, apply and are admitted at f l ida Slate, two at t'nlver.

Cecil, newly (tuUlM I l'Aaatdonl< i;* nr* Keardon, St!- M'j 1964 gtaduattng class us.I furthering their learning sits .n i South Florida, two at

state rk.'TWaideRl for U lHl IS John LHt, has en p: !lied i greefrantinc "ill he two prospective nursing. FI"ri'la: Southern College,and two
of !tn..1| students and a number i of at M* alee Junior College
institutions higher learning
**<* n t v{<*'jvnM4d Kl tl gy.vhAiinien of publicity \ ,
businessand ,
rad"atti going on to
NKS guldancedtrectorEAmundC. < T'." re will be one Naples graduate
for W v4 dm*.
beauty SffcooU.
Lowe rep-irti. at each of these schools:
In the I lawn t fta1* IW w mbrf of the Of the ICr; graduates, 71 de. Of the U boys and g:rls com. t' ,veislty ofMlaml.FloridaCol.

nrf*nMlKM( hall rat lfc* ***v& hawing readlM floltel) at e g nig on to college mined to college at this time, leu at TampaNewColIegeStet.

to >'esterday.These 15 ave enrolled la institutions tec, n ,161, Petersburg. *:.

Hob htti'iett JM'11 $AM\t & *i .\wUn, Alan \VV d,,':ts have been ar.ep utsiar FloridaLowe saldStatekeprrented L. *" is leaving Naples for the
ed i i t' an ools and their are Alabama, Geor.rta .
nchwu ** fuial s oltranscrtptshave )Uchlr",VlrrWaWllt Vlr.
Nell, flr ;ant Hampton, KUry lleniley, Curt Tuch been forw,: led! alread). Inca, ConnecticutMIourllndUir lUll t has, Carlton Wilder abut Bob DeVilIe, back wwNm Lowe aa, E: a :lumber of ME u d Minnesota up t :OJ >' the 1963 NItS grad.

Harris, Bill LtffMiore. Fred
Taylor Russ apftman( "ugb Harker Ut bably will te 'Celled later this tHiS actuates is Edison Junl"ri. be i .J fiat class have returnedqueat ]
uf with I?.Six have enroll. : mires be asked them to
those c
I'atks, Richard jHKnbauh Paul homes,. and l summer r 1 ane hose "
Gmld Kelly. C Mpi lhotoeh6 tmdecJ. about further ed- ed it ,:nlrerstty of Florida four fWL


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ft COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, Jane 12. 1961 mend remains high prices will

go up. The great advance Is 4' '
still continuing, but there are .'. %<. .'. $ .. CHURCH

signs that some peak prices ." YOUR I

Back Home may be reached soon. ),

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There a re only a certain number DIRECTORY

of coins around ,
rare to go a,
so only certain limited number .I .

On The Bus of collectors can hope to assemble -

one series.a complete If new collectionof collectors RI L I! tL'GOSPEL FIRST ASSEMBLYOF GOD

(Third of a series) decreasing supply many collectors of a high-demand series ", r t rolTY CHURCH Parlor Miadowlawn Ave., E. Maple
Rev. I.Pul.oll..
such as Lincoln cents or Buffalo .
started realizing It was 1
BY DAVID LYON of t URev. Paulson. School 10
not worth the effort to sort nickels get discouragedby l S r Sunday a.m.
While home, this old-time through thousands of coins In failure to find the scarce a.rr.r 'VMUtam PaatorDommiojypr Morning Worship 11 am

'(U years) coin collector discovered circulation Just to find only a varieties and are further discouraged 271>ceJ' ., Avaton Estates Evening Worship 7:30: p.m

that the coin-collecting few worth keeping. Collectors by the high cost of South Naples! Youth S.rvlrTueads

game Is not what It used to went to dealers to fill the buying them they will drop T Sunday School 1000 a.m. at 7:30 p.m.

,e. After being out of touch empty spaces In the coin fold- away and start collecting some- I Morning. Worship 11 a.m. Mid.Week Service Thurida

with the coin market for two thing else. ,r.... .. Evening 7 pmWei .
.a..ww Sunday : at 7:30: p.m.
I browsed through the ers.So ?tr :
the laws of supply and demand A coin publication recently Pia>'rr Service 7:30: p.lII.
latest publications quotingJO'buy" brought about a remark- reported that Minneapolis deal- GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH
and "sell" prices. : +t
able Increase In prices. The ers experienced a steep drop- a CENTRAL P 0 Box 214 Naples, Fla
have marched
These all upwardat
off In over-the-counter BAPTIST CHURCH
rarest dozen or so Lincoln sales E. C Bealrd Pastor
great speed In the last few cents now are five times as expeclally to younger collec- Now meeting: Maaonic Temple Dominion Rd., Avalon Estates

years. valuable as they were 10 years tors. This probably Is hap- rte we North On The Trail East Naples
who have been collec-
People ago. Steep advances have been pening elsewhere In the country I Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES

ting for some time are delighted made In the value of other typesof If It Is, dealers may find Rev Oscar MrCollum Ililile School 10:00: a.m

of course that what they coins as well.Collectors no "new money" coming Into Sun lay Service :Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

collected a few years ago Is have found It most the coin market. Prices may LANDMARK RESTORED- Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Service 7:00: p.m.
worth much more now. The Scaffolding covers a minaret of the Hag'a Soph
profitable to leave their collections level off as demand drops or Evening Worship > 8:00: p.m.
Worship Seivicc 11 a mPiblc
the famed Bu :
of Istanbul
splrallng prices have been muMum during renovation' I .th.c''t..ry itructurt in ding' origin.'
does better than hold
in safe during recent no steady. WED: EVENING SERVo
caused by a mushrooming Interest places illy was a Bytant' church. than a mosque and there are plant to make It a mosque aga n. lames 6:30 p.m.
It would be mistake
It has been com- a to con Bible Study and
In the hobby with several years. sider the value of the --- ---- Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Service 7:30 .
parable to having a savings account hobby f l'rR'r p m
times mo re collectors now paying 25 to 50 per cent exclusively In terms of "what 'Honest To God' IMMOKALEE Choir Practice 8:15: pmTIUNUTBYTHECOVE .

than In the not-very-distant Interest a year. It has been my coins are worth" It has First Christian ChurchTo METHODIST CHURCH /

past.When safer than playing the stock provided much spare-time enJoyment English BishopOn Rev. Richard Home, Parlor
I started In
collecting since I started collecting EPISCOPAL CHURCHPort
market because all the coins SUNDAYnrninll'
1953, It was still worthwhile that were rare and worth collecting and the history of coin- TV Sunday Worship 8:30: A 11 Royal ,
to sort through coins In clr- Install New Minister the !Rev. Richard T. I.amhertlSuudny
In 1953 are. rarer and age In this and other countriesIs Sunday June 14, at 10 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45: Im.
bulatlon for
the scarce varieties Service
more valuable today. fascinating.Just WTVT (ch 13) program, "Lamp Jr Intermediate and Sr.
acquiring them at face Installation services for the the new pastor to be Installed In Unto My Feet" will feature the Holy Communion Sam.
as enjoyable though
Little wonder that within the :M.Y.F.. 6:30
value Instead of paying premiums Is filling those blank Rev. James Mackey. will be held the ceremonies.. Rt. Rev. John A.T. Robinson, r'a'oily Worship, Church
last two or three some SpaoelIn Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
to coin dealers for years the coin folders. spend- Sunday at 8 p.m. at the First The Rev William Weeks of Suffragan Bishop of Woolwich Schml and S.rlllon.IOOO: am
dealers have become profes By TUFSDAYMen'
these coins. Christian Church in Coquina Fort Myers, who Is the vice president England, In a program based on Wednesday
ing hundreds of hours sorting : Prayer Service 7 .
slonal coin Investment counselors Sands. Reverend will p.m.Choir
Mackey of the Board of Christian his controversial book "Honestto
Just about that time. inter- Holy Communion, 0:30: am
for with to through coins In circulation take the place of Rev T. Practice, 8:00: pm
persons money Roger Missionary Society, will also as. Cod".
est In the hobby started Holy Day
grow Invest In the coin market. Now since 1953 I assembled com- Nooe who has been serving the WEDNESDAY
list with the services. B has been said that "Honestto
ing by leaps and bounds. Others Communion at 8 n.in.
of :Midweek Prayer Service
there Is even a teletype clr plete collections church as Interim minister. The new Christian Church God", published a little overa
also began searching cult linking dealers in large cents, Buffalo and Jefferson Reverend Mackey a June rrad. minister, with his wife, will re. year ago, has sold more rap. .\ FIRST PHESBYTtRIAN
through coins In circulation and and Roosevelt uate of the Christian Theological 12th Street book of .
cities clicking out latest buy- nickels Mercury" side at 1223 North. Idly than any new serious
weeding out the rareones. Most Seminary at Butler In
dimes Washington quarters University religious theology In the his.
Ing selling prices. Any EVERGLADES Thiid Ave. So & Sixth !Si' .
of these hard-to-getcolns were Indianapolis Ind., will be Instal.
thus Liberty Standing and tory of the world Including ed. CHURCHItrv
significant changes In value COMMUNITY r
led Rev John W, Stump
Dr. Lawrence
minted before World War It. by Ashley, Nun Gets
Franklin half dollars. Degree itlons In German French See
are noted Immediately all across Ocala who is the executive se. II. f.. WeUberker. p..tllrnlny Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Old and of circulation -
age perils Because of the virtual disappearance dish Dutch Danish Italian and S School
the nation.So cretary of Florida Christian Milo From Orthodox 10 am Service on Sunday tI
materially reduced the of the rarer coinsIn Japanese. In his book Bishop Morning Worship 11 urn '
for some people there slonary Service. I)::10\ a.m.
.number of these coins,and then these series 1 doubt that Jewish SchoolNEW Robinson charges that Christians
may be more profit than fun Assisting with the services will
(the collectors earnestly began In the coin-collecting hobby.As I could duplicate this feat, be the Rev. Archie Mackey, communicate their faith so poor. COPFLAND BAPTIST ST.NN'S CATHOLIC
YORK Ap-one of mind
rpawlng over them and removIng ( ly that to contemporary ,
the from long as the supply of starting now from scratch. And minister Is the father of the new Yeshlva University 460 gradu. Christian Doctrines appear to be MISSION :Ird St A 10th Ave., So
rest circulation
rare coins remains the sameor that Is why the best days of minister of the First Christian ates la Sister Bonaventure Kra. no more than myths or religious Ilea Clyde Martin lather Bernard L. Hirxe;
decreases death coin collecting be behind Church, North Dade County. The Sunday School 10 a.m. Masses .
NOT WORTH IT (as sure as may Jewskl, the first Roman Catholicnun fairy tales. Sundry t-8 1011
Miami minister Is the father of
Because of the steadily- and taxes), and as long as de- us- to receive a decree from The book has been responsiblefor Wor hip Service Weekday 7 am. only

.J the Orthodox Jewish school at least three books, written Ham. and 7 30 p.m, ConfessionsSaturday

IIUINNIIMMM 1UUNtWguINNgINNINpIWNNNppIWtlWNNNNNIIINUMINIR" The 23.year.old nun, a teach. In rebuttal Including one by the Prayer felines 4 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m.

Ir at the Academy of the Sacred present Archbishop of Canter. \\eilneiKlayi at 8 p.m. Sunday School U a.in.

Heart In Manhattan received a bury. Confraternity Class of

: master's degree In mathemat. Christian Doctrine

r-y lea Thursday. 'UIOKOLOSKEEHIRCH Monday ut '7:30: p.in.
dlr Coriiafiy SnvitJ "The students I worked with Emmanual Church ( OF GOD

got a better understanding of Sundny School 10 am EAST NAPLES

nuns, and I think I have a bet. Picnic TomorrowEmmanuel Morning Worship 11 urn BAPTIST CHURCHMiadowUftit
ter understanding of the stu.
dents who here she said. Lutheran Church Ave. East Naples

I' Richardi sl.Roofing Service to dltfeuJ thc ChurcIz ago The as school a go training started, school 78 years for nlc will tomorrow have Its congregational 1 p.m., at Cam.pic. MARCO Ira D.CHURCH Hancock, OF pastor GOD Rev ledle Sunday Barge Tailor

Fhens Ml 4 M Haelea bier Park. This will be a pot :
rabbis and In recent years de luck meal, each family will bring Morning Wonhlp 11 am Sundny School 10:00 am

Sunshine Hardware veloped Into a university. one large dish of food. All dish. Evening: Worship 7:15: p.m. Morning Worship II 1 :00 a,m.

Your Compl.t. Hardware StoiTil ." 0 I .. es will be placed together and Training Union 7:00: ".m,
Hh Ave. *e. 0' t I Ch1 r Everyone will eat of all the food. s -+:vt'ninlr Worship" 8:00 p.m.
r' : .. L f Y '' ; V' ;. ; lf Probe DeathsOf Those attending should bring ..OOULASDIISSIO OF OUR \VIOIU: Wednesday

Naples Rexall Store their own dishes and silverware Mid Week
Wild Birds Sunday School, 9 am,
lOt Hh Av. (a. Supper will be served at 4 p.m. Prayer Service 7::10\ pm
Kev R-r.rd! T Lambert. .
At Jack IslandFORT There will be games for all ages, __ adult Choir Practice 11:15: pm
Bank of Naples
The These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church and a softbarf/ game after supper. JEHOVAH WITNESSES
Orowlnf with Naples and" PIERCE (AP) State The Adult Class of the Sunday

Collier: I C. 1'4' and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. and Investigation local authorities Into have the begunan unex. School tee. is the sponsoring commit Kingdom Minister nail.. Wallace 107th Entire Avenue \PTISf NAPLES CHURCH PARK

Hartley' Variety Store plained deaths of wild birds at Bible Study Wed II p.m !Rev Marion K: WacaaeK

Jack Island which conservation. Minister School Frl 7:30: p.m. Sundny School 10 am
Ninth Street Seuth
M fists hope to make a wildlife refuge Graduated SeniorsTo 'erIcf Meeting "rl. 8::in |1'.11I. :Morning Worship 11 am.

Bob Pastry Shop Public Address Sun. 5:30: p.m. Evening Worship 710::\ p.m.

lie tth su Me. MI tint # A Egrets, herons, ibis and 40 Participate At Wntch Towrr Study Sun G:15! I'nuer :Meeting Weil 7\0:: |I' m.

Freth Naked Goods Dally Fit QA R ld bantam chickens have been Methodist Church
CU !
( rand found dead recently Graduated seniors of the First MUST CHRIS'MAN FIRST METHODIST
Naples Federal Savings Some authorities said they Methodist Church will partlcl. ('HI'RCH OF NAI'I.ES HURCH! OF NAPLES

Loan Association No worries, no responsibilities 1 A lot of us would J 1/ feared caused that deaths pollution may have pate In the morning worship at Mandarin Dr Coquina Sands. First Avenue, S. & Fourth St

MO_1th Av._.._. _Ml SUM gladly trade places with Wendy just to share that wonder some the of the birds An showed autopsyon llv. the church Sunday Morning. Miss Minister Panlor. Kev. Harry C. I'arhsm
Camille Dudley will be the prin. Rev Jamey W. Sunday II .
Marker Worship a mSun
Jim's Sunoco ful "joy of living" that children feel so often, and adults experience ers Inflamed by a toxin. There clpal speaker,
Eve: 7:30
Bible Scrv at
School 9oIJ: a.in. Worship :
was no explanation of where It
Llfitlme Guaranteed Mufflers so rarely. A special offering will be tak.
Sunday 45
Church t
came from Service II am School : a.m.
Ml J-4JII We or Give 1 M7I Stamps Naples, Fie "But what is there to be happy about?" you may be thinking. "Maybe en ship for fund.the Methodist Scholar. hoir Practice Wednesday 7::10\ Junior, Intermedintc and,I

Wendy has no worries, but 1 certainly have !t" Vesper nervire 5 pm Sun Senior Fellowship, I R p.m.
Naples Coin Laundry Methodist Men LOUISVILLE Ky. tAP) The Prayer Meeting

Speed Queen Washers Perhaps we forget that this world is in God's hands and that, withu.s. Rev. William R. Pettitrew, minister CHURCH OF CHRIS Wednesday at 8 p.m.

Boy Wash God, nothing is impossible. We wear ourselves out seeking human solutions To Meet MondayMen of Walnut Street Baptist rimiami Trail at Uth Av., N.

Open u.s. Hwy I4Mwir UN. Whitman N Naples Blvd. to our problems when Divine help is always available if we will only ask.w. of the First Methodist Church, wondered what caused Charley Hharicn II, minister ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC

Church will hold a meeting of the congregation to tiller during Sunday CHURCHIgli
Hoerr. Owner Try it. Try bringing your worries and doubts to God this Sunday in the Men's Club at 6:30 o'clock a recent baptism ceremony. Bible study 10 Building corner of
a m
Naples Furniture Co. your neighborhood Church. Hear God's promise of guidance and comfort for Monday night In Fellowship Hall While he was baptizing one Morning Goodwin Street and the Trail
worship Ham.
ISM Ne. Temlaml Trail all who will give their lives to him in childlike trust. And let the Holy Spirit Thirty reservations have been little girl, her year-old brother Evening Bonita Spring
worship 7 :10\ .
fill I mace for the fall retreat of the was at the other end of the pool : p m. rather Joseph E. Beaumont
your troubled heart with lasting joy.
BB Builders Specialties church to be held In Leesburg taking three or four very solemn Wednesday' Sunday :Msssrn 7::10. 9::10\ a.m
Trail North MI HIM it was also announced practice dives lIi,11I: study 7:10:: p.m. Confession Prior tn
Plywood Doors Builders tides
"day :Masses
lell''... Ruamln Denier Loch CIUHItTIIFRAN:

lamplighter Cafeteria 4 j! Romania To Be CHI':Missouri RCH OF Synod NAPLES IMMOKAIEE f'rRSTII.PTIST

Dewntewn u.'. 41 S*. ,1/ Appears CHURCH
el 4-Cornens Naples. Fla. T S. 41 and 12th Ave., No. PaMor
1'antnr : Rev U E.

C A. Anderson lies (,e.rr.e A\. price Worship 11 am4_ 7:30: pm

'Interior a Exterior +. I Moving Away From Reds Sumlnx Siho| ft mi.

Painting Wallpa paring Docor.Inl, f:hutci Service 10::10 a.m.ilul IMMOKALEE

n )' Communion fllt'R1I OF GOP
Pho. Ml S 1711 P.D.n INI
BICrHREST Romania LAP) In I960 Gheorghlu-De FirM Sumln :
T ] decidedon t'achr..nth
Naples' Flerlda 1 ; Pastor. Kev. O P Ollannon
1 -Bucharest streets with RuSo.Ian a large-scale plan of Indus.
Marathon THE CHURCH iON AU names are getting new I IrlalUation. Because Romanians Sunday School I 10 a.m.lorrl,1C .
Marine Construct, and Corp. ) ALL FOR THE CHURCH one. The Russian language is could not get the first-lass IIRVT CHLRCH OF CHRIST :\ Worship 11 ".m.
Land Development, no longer compulsory in Ro. equipment from the Soviet bloc, SCIENTIST!' Evening Wnnhlp 710:\ pm

Ml 1-4UI Naples. Flerldi im Th rah Church tor the w buildini the f raMt of character tartar manlan schools. Soviet bookstores they started trading their prod. Central Avenue at IHh Street

w and food dliirnihlp ItraNa. and Institutes are being ucts in the West, and began buy. Sunday Service 11:00: anSunda .
Trail Builders Supply \ houw of ipiritual valun Without a closed or renamed Ing industrial plants In West >' School 11 :00 BO MTV SPRING
urn ,
Company \ mini Church, neuter drmocrecy There are hints of bitterness German) Britain France and \\eil r."eninll'Ieetinlf: 8 ASSEMBLY OF COD
raw rliiliutkm con survive Then pmPeadms Rev A. P. Howie
between Soviet Premier Khru. Italy.
Napl.., INrIU o \ aw f nit sound acmes shy every : Room 520 Park *:
|*nnn should attend smicn rrauInrlv shchev and Romanl's longtime Romania rapid Industrlallza. ;MM Wed Fri. Sunday School 10 am
West Coast Furniture \' i and support the Church Thrv Communist leader, Gheorghe lion and Its Increasing Western Morning Worship 11 a.m.
0 \ are I Foe hu own wke .2 For Gheorghlu-Dej. trade has not pleased Khru. 10 n.m. to 1 p.m. Evening Service 7:30 pm
Complete Interiors I hn rhildrrn wke .3 For the tekeof
110Ave, ". Neplee. Fla:, hu community a end nation i/ Since Romania signed an shchev Since 1962, he has been VMMtEI LITHFIUN:' Prayer Meeting Wed. II p.m
\! For the flee of the Church Ilirllhich agreement last week to trade tf) Ing to persuade the Romani. CHI"RCH OF NAPLES
Charles R. LeBuff \ \ V+ needs hn moral and materiel more with the United States, ans to come back fully Into the CHURCH OF GOD

Cabinet Shop support and rn.dm so Bible to church daily rtftilarly there has been Increasing speculation Communist camp and Integrate Mm.i'mr'! Line f I.C.A. '"r. 10th St. 11th Ave, N.
D.I.I,I Cebm.tsurndur.. Repair t tAntique in the West that Ro. their economy' silt Comecon- & B,1I1'.1", Dr Rev. David
'w mania ma) be moving awayfrom economic organization of East In the :flooring Lanier
M Itth M ... MI I.MM I $\, \ \ the Communist bloc. Cau- European states Ps.Ur Dr Harland D Fame Morning Sunday School 10 a.m.
has Sunday School: 9 Worship 11 amr
hoes Western diplomats in Bu. Instead Gheorghlu-Dej a.m. :
Jimmie Gibbs i a 1 chare believe Romania wontbreak shunned many Comecon meet. Church Service 10:30 aju vangellstle' Service 7:30 p.m.

..terlnf 4 Masonry Contractor away from the Soviet Ings and increased trade with Tuesday Prayer Meetl. g
Phone Ml 1114 r t Union and other Communist the %west 7:30 pjn.
countries-or follow the Yugo. In April, when the Communist FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOF ..'. .'t1'lInday YPE 7:30 p.m.

Van Der Veer Slav model But the) say that leaders were attending Khru. XtrU3: div r.VBGLA'DiSiAPTlST

Music Center 1 disagreement are tenser thanat shchev' "Oth birthday celebrations Rev. Robert Mania, paste j' CHAPELs
1, time since Romania be. In ),Moscow Gheor.btUoDeJ '
Complete Instruct DepartmentIn r t any Sunday School 9:U a.m. Cre'.* Rev Erie C Weldoe5u54al48eb001
any Instrument cam Communist in 1147. stayed home and met with hit Morning 1080 '
SHEET MUSIC DEPT Romania probably is the rich. Romanian Workers' (Communist Worship ass. | 9:45: ..m.
Die Mk M N. Ml 2.fWq est of all East European Com.munlst ) party. In a statement the Training Union 1:30 pjn.Cvvnlng I Sa''aaal'y; Semc.1

,\ ('cm ugh'' t'M Keei Ailtertieina-Senne. Ian .Va.Tucxliy countries in raw mater. party attacked Soviet interfere Worship 7:30 ,.m. ,' .'Jot'a.ts.' A P'".
ya tale She has Europe's Urgent once In the affairs of Commu.nltt WEDNESDAY TWtaiap
1 4 Sunday Monday IVidnenlar Thursday Friday Saturday oil production outside the Soviet countries. Prayer M..unc T JO pm "", T ,.IL

Naples/ Laundry & I Samuel I King Psalm Isuinh | Isaiah Matthew Calatian Union, and gold bauxite, tltl GheorCh1I1oDeJ J then sent his Prayer Service I p.m.N0t9lt .

1:3.18 8:54.Al 418: i 2111.1'< ; 1 57:11.21: 17:1421 3:23.29 live wood supplies methane trade mission to the Vnlted '-------_._. -- -- --
Cleaners Inc.
gas water power, uranium ore States. _
MM Mk Aves B. Ml SliM and salt. likl Nreeseey ..m :.....
........ FelkrPy. each week at" -
On Day Available" For years, most of these raw Communist-ruled Hungaryis .1'fIW' $, AM sharslee Ia Ute easels we 11I'1"' .. gJe.e wwise.
materials went to other Commu. the most uicldt-pront nation .la tka .* evrrettbM
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..r 17 Girl; Scouts Friday June t2. U6t COLLIER COUNTY NEWS !9

&4tl laylea 1 Leaving June 15


t I-1 By Sue GloverMI For Washington Harbor
3-6077 .,eventeen girls and two adults
As It turned out last week. end of this' month for Somerset the Gulf Coast Girl Scout Bow Line

I and, we had! more visitors In Ky. It's possible the t .' itCll arc leaving June 15

town than we'd expected. Everyone Bradley may decide to make .', a T'day t 11 rip to the Nation- a i
teemed to love Naples their home there. There'sone FMSM J'' Girl ;cOOl Call1r.CampRIXIc- 40

and thoroughly enjoyed them. thing for sure, if the "- ,xxl 1. u ashlmon. D.C. BY NOM1E ROGERS

selvea..cvel1 with the fa In. Andwasn't stay Mr. Bradley will miss lie girl:;(i 1: will have 4 days In
First and f foieinojt, lei past few days? Better get
It smiling how from a the fishing he has enjoyed so vkwood and while there wilt me
terrific downpour barely a half much. Mr. Bradley has beenan add a couple ol words left out out your spray guns.
\ 'it; points Interest such as
hour before parade time the avid fisherman ever since of my column last week whichI See by the morningpaperthatataher
sKow Tomb of the
cleared I lure: will read a lot better loving Mom and Dad
skys and the streets coming to Naples and onl!) a 'IK own Soldier Lincoln and
along the parade route were few weeks ago hung several .t'feiscM. Memorials Arlin", The sentence readings"I bought their 17-year-old
am, afraid the above Items" son an automobile with the
almost entirely dry before the snook while fishing from the '
i cincterv, Jlma Nail
parade started. pier. should! have ended with .-. result a lady may be crippled,
Mcmoiial Mount Ver-
"mitfht leave a cloud what and he did not even have the
One Incident that caused no Lennie Morris daughter of i, uMte House, Archive over
little irritation to some of out Mr. and Mrs. Bert Morris i.Jinx, Smithsonian Institute should always be a wonderful Intestinal fortitude to stop and
visitors the nmorof beloved and respected offer his help. when will we
was clearing of Myrtle Cove Hickory,N.C. .1 i J I u ajhlngton Monument
Fifth Ave. South just before visiting with her grandmother ae the !, president" Thank you stop trying to force childrento
going on trip
the parade. I have never Mr. and Mrs. William walk + M.ineKa>eBarbaraClcnn, Mike, for letting me clear this be older than they really

attended a summertime parade er have moved from Guilford 0 +le Mings Melodic Powell up for those who noticed It. are?

in Naples and sogot caughtIn Acres to their new home on Holiday 1 i l-ieJem I erMarlonChl- The Decker tell me they Mike, your worries Ire over
) heard from the Tucks who as to what to do about the ugly
the crowd of disgruntled drivers Lane In Brookside. v, i, Linda lIeln rich and Sandy are

along with our visitors. I Can you Imagine such a .: > cs: and Lynn Kennedy enjo)% their visit with Bill's meter posts. Just get some

picked up a group of three gals thing? I forgot to mention last f 'doers are Penny :Albrecht mom In Detroit even If he can't plastic vines and twin them

at their motel andwedrove into week that we had becomegrand- t tr i 1'ld) F i uehwaid, Mary Alice wear his shorts I just cannot around each post. Perhapsthe

town early to do some shopping parents. Our very first grandchild a. adC lai re Blanchard Karen picture Mil in a winter suit Garden Club could run a

before the parade started We Randolph Emerson 1 uiiorndrea Poeclier, with a collar and tie yetWowfee' .- contest to see which block would

located an advantageous pa rklng Churchill III, was born to Mr. His Monlson and Vickie have the best looking posts.Wasn't .

place on Fifth Avenue about 45 and Mrs. R.E. Churchill Jr. 'she I do say though the least the parade wonderful
minutes before the start of the May 31, in Brighton, Mass. Mr. Mrs. Clyde Jones and Mrs the owner' of a pa rk could do, Also the nice rains, so we don'rhave

parade and left the car again Glover and I plan to drive up J!,...(.;urwo"d are the adults while away, Is to write eachof to worry about forest fires.
.to do some shopping return- later in the summer and make with us a letter tosee how thInp 1 feel so happy.
: i l.g\ girls.Sewing .
flng to the car because of the the acquaintance of the young i are going here In N.L.Y.H.J 1 weel tell you wan leetel

rain. gentleman. how we' are, and If we miss Joke before 1 got

There were no signs any rat him. Hut t'was ever thus, out Teenage Daughter hey

f where stating that Fifth Avenue HARMONY SHORES NEWS Group of sight, out of mind. Dope Mom, do you know what kindof

would be cleared fortheparadeand When all the road work is nobody sends: him this, or I man I want to marry?

the avenue was lined solid! finished on the Trail the Shores Works On Items Just! might be out of a home. Mother Yes dear, I know the

with cars belonging to others. will have a new look. too. A -- -- same kind I wanted 'til your

Many of them had worked and lot of work Is going on Inside DORA AND TilE PIRATE pose for a publicity picture at the World's CHECKS! father came along and spoiled

squirmed to get their cars into> the park Itself and a large Fair with the assistnnc" of Caribbean Gardens' manager, Joel Kuperberjr. For Big BazaarThe Hooray Alice Wise finally my plans.

close places.Then about 15 to 20 wide entrance to the park is The pretty pirate is Miss Mnuioen Phelps, one of the Tampa- caught a nice snook, after two

underway.Mr. exhibit's hostesses. Dora took umbrage first Group of the Naples of
minutes before parade time a St Petersburg upon Sewing years trying. Wouldn't surprise -

Civil Air Patrol Cadet rode by and Mrs. John Leonard sight of Maureen in her private pond but soon accepted the situationand Woinanj Cub met this me now If Les did the

on a bicycle Instructing everyone left to spend a little time In paddled industriously around the plastic pool while shutters afternoon at one o'clock! at the housework while she fishes I Brooklyn Couple

North Carolina and Sconsvllle Clubhouse to work on It* understand
to.clear the Avenue.By then snapped busily many my fishing pal is
most everyone had left their N.Y. ems for the November Bazaar catching snook and flounder at Learn Facts Of

c rbecausetheskteshad again Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith Mrs. H.U. StoneburnerJ r.was our private rondo Think I

c ared. We left the parKing have returned to Harmony ) ,1. the hostess for the afternoon. will mend my ways and do my
Shores after three ooJlanJ Auxiliary Party The memhe of the Woman's Life In RussiaNEW
space we were In and found every spending J fishing first, with golf later

Intersection between Eighth weeks In Indiana. They were w.t11 Club are Invited to attend and as I can't stand not being In YORK (AP) W.mi.\

Street and Third Street barn there to attend the graduation BY KATHERINE I KIRK Next WednesdayThe add their talent and ideas to the on the fun.Speaking. chanted and broke Morris and

caded. So after having arrived exercise of their granddaugh project. Last Friday Mrs. 11stKlminel of fun, leave me Mollie Block have returnglhome

early we found ourselves ter.Mr. Geneva Gunn and her daughter them. She had boated five and first summer lUll hen( presided as hostessfor tell you how to have some, after five years In the
and Mrs. Adcock have and just before time down husband without It's a dime.
parade Jean of Moore Haven are lost seven before Naples Hospital Auxtllan Is costing you
Fifth Avenue almost to the returned to Harmony Shoresand spending a month with the William Henry the captain hooked his scheduled for Wednesday June June 19th Mrs. Umh Mclaughlin Take your pole a shovel and gone to find a better life.
The told of loneliness
take couple ,
with them. will over the hostess du
beach. I was not only disgruntled brought guests Ludlows. Glenda and Jean first one. They came in with 17, 12 noon at the Piccadilly Pub. go surf-fishing using sand poverty and lark of freedom In

but the visiting gals with Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Banning are spending most of their time seven nice ones weighing from Guests may choose luncheons ties.Those fleas for bait. Now you don't Odessa They slake| to news'

me were furious. Probablynot have left Harmony Shores fora enjoying the swimming and 10 to 21 pounds. To add Insult from the restaurant's regular attending the Friday Just pick them rascals up- men al Kennedy Airport| With

as much as the visiting dig three weeks vacation. Marie and Geneva are getting to injury Ann got the largest menu. Bridge and card, games afternoon sessions have been you dig for them, so after your them was their adopted, ]

nitary 1 heard about who had Ella Gerstung has gone to In some good fishing.E. fish. She rather doubts will start.Immediate! !)' following asked by the chairman Mrs. back Is about broken and your er, Joanna, 11. d.Ug'l

left his car and got stuck witha Fox Lake, 111. for the sum- Foster Atkinson our own that flank will take them out luncheon. Donations for the card Lowe Herger to save fancy fingernails are gone you may "We would never !' I

tow charge. mer.Mr. hermit from Dismal Key was again for awhile. Wonder why? party are $1.00ler person liquor bottles discarded Jewelry come up with a miserable 10 that hell," old Dlo k, 43. $

Surely something could be and Mrs. Harry Hudson on one of his irregular jaunts Harry Comacho and Bobby Hostesses for each table are, comic papers Jars suit or 14 fleas that are about on Asked when the became dif.Illualoned .
asked to bring playing ('arts.
done to avoid future Illwillon spent last weekend In Miami. to Goodland. He said Roy Bianchi leave Monday to and tallies. Members able for preserves, and pink a par with a gold nugget after with (he Comimmlff
and Mild were score pads elephant items system Mrs. Blur k -% satil "dtork
Mrs. 11'
E.Armstrong :
this The host club all that work.
account. Ozmer the hermit from Gomez the University of Florida are urged to make reser. .
The nil three niontlm, R tool
could surely afford to have a red Jennings left Harmony Key was visiting him Sunday. they will spend a week. They vat Ions as soon as poislhle by conditioned meeting room Is air- Now here 1s where part of my husband twi years, .
Shores for short In the and
few dozen small signs printed a stay (tIe was very evasive when ask- will attend a state-wide meet- calling Mrs m, hard A. Pitt the Woman's Club any member of the fun comes In. To surf "Socialism aa ex|>ouniled, Q>'
,stating that rklng was Keys. ed what of the ..H Club. man, MI 2.UZI.'Molly: Is welcome
pa pro- and Willis Swartz two hermits talk about Ing Bobby fish, you need to wade out, Karl Marx has len omplrte
hibited on the parade route. Mr. Mrs. when they get together.) will represent Collier County so where to put the fleas ly prostituted In the Soviet l'ti-
have left the Shores
These could be placed eitherIn on an extended Congratulations toHarryCo- at the meetings. That's no problem. Take along Ion," she said. -

store windows on Fifth Ave vacation and will travel ',macho and Bobby Blanch!. a. small plastic bag and themIn Tits cuui>Je aald then lIlt 1111'

nue or attached to every fourthor tnt9 Naples Canada! ;}herO(/' reining tc Harry received a certificate of LOTCOF-FUNr'-. I Brown ;uy,,' Orient; It, then stick the put bag inside Soviet Union Iwaili* "..t fly

fifth parking meter post. and. first honor, and Bobby only Dave Powell of Miami Is the topof your bathing suit. la k of freoiiom, i".teil) and' I iitimidalion *.
Mr. Mrs. Marvin Dejar of the
Still I think everyone went missed It by one "C" on his spending a weekvisitingDamasKirk people.'

away loving Naples. And 1 nette will leave this weekend fora report card. We are Indeed The boys have been havIng 2 Shows Which Don't BoreHOLLYWOOD out Finally and cast.you -are"a ready strike.to" wade You afoul Their$184 omhlned a month Inc ,ante of
vacation In
think all the gals from Miami County Ky. This Brecklnrldge Is the first proud of both of these boys. a lot of fun fishing boatingand start reeling in and what hap. emniKh, they aald. Ill.., k was |

envied me for being fortunate trip to this area of the country The Keiths went fishing on swimming.. Tuesday they (AP) 11'. a One Is a saucer-eyed pig. pens now shouldn't happen to mai'Mnist) hIs wife a l..h'oI tatoryassistant

enough to live! here. One gal for Mrs. Dejamette the a "busman's" holiday Wednes- tried camping out overnight on pleasure to report two attrac. tailed daughter of a broken a dog. In trying to hold the In a < Hnli

whose hubby Is on the Miami former Claudia Hunter of Na day. Sherryl their 5yearold one of the nearby Islands. By lions which the family can >t. marriage Inured to loneliness.The pole out of the salt water, The 'ou'.le Mil, not renouinl

Police Department asked about the daughter caught most of daylight they were back home- tend without boring the adults: other Is virtually abandonedby you forget about the bait and their U.S. .'Itl/en..hlp/ Mrl.

the Police Department here in ples. They will join senior the bait, then they started look- full of mosquito bites and hun- "The Unsinkable Molly Drown" her traveling parents, a Bea- wade out too deep and there Block said sine had liven a Coin,

Naples. She said when they Dejarnettes who left Naplesfor Ing for the elusive snook. Alter gry. The stories they told, and "The World of Henry 01'. lle-halred girl who races over go your million dollar sand munlat before going to the Soviet

were children their familieshad their old Kentucky home three stops without much of trying to eat and sleep In lent." the cityscape In a mothy fur (neat, out of the bag to free Union, Nit never joined !tit

vacationed here and now two weeks ago. Marvin and activity Ann started getting one sleeping bag: (they lost one "Molly" Is the second of Meredith coal They meet and form an dom. party there |lit' aime Sovk-t Itt
Claudia will be In Kentucky a Wlllson't sunshiny music alliance to Idolize and haunt rcnuhlp was
Hubby would just love to live on the way out), a can of beans a.Iet'k.halred required.
and work In Naples.Mr. couple weeks but the Senior with one camping knife were ala to be filmed and the first pianist Sellers. So you wade In to shore, The family art IvPc1 withabout

and Mrs. Valentine Rip- Dejarnettes will remain there Cotter Baker very funny. We asked them to be Improved In the movie Their attention plays havoc with take off the fish and get readyto 110. They 'o1ltllhey had
version his furtive affair with a married old most of their
through summer. leave when the fun really belonging
have returned home after In
ley why they ate a sleeping bag
Mrs. William R. Cotter of "Music Man" somehow lost Its woman borrowed money to |ay tl*
their trip Jacksonville. They PALM TREE PHILOSOPHY and they said they ate too starts you let out a yell and tnd
Oswego, N.Y. announced the en. many small-town flavor as a film. Out The prospect of watching a fare bras H
enjoyed visiting with then Children don't always voice gagement of her, daughter Mary mosquitoes when they tried to "Molly" with Its rhapsodies full-letigth film about two precocious suddenly realize all Is not as "It's\ a real Joke,' said MtI j

children and grandchildrenwhile their fears to adults but the Louise to Jeffrey C. Baker of eat outside. frontier life, was a natural fur 14-year-olds sound fur-( dark as It seemed as you are Block "After 2'/i' rears of tr11

there via televis Butch Wheeler down movies and the MGM treatmentIs but sure there are at least two Ing to
constant exposure Fair Haven New York. Mr. Bak. came bidding director George get exit visas they gave!
1 visited for a few minute ion to shady politics and the u Is the con of Mrs. Daniel J. Thursday to join them on a big-wide, eun.splasliedlandd Roy Hill alternates belly-laugh, of those fleas Inside your bathIng us 12 days to get out We Wet'

this week with Martha Bargo. sad state of world affairs racial Paquette o f Naples, Fla., and camping trip bringing a tent. scapes; open-throated singing with tenderness In deft style suit. The only problem now exl|l'elled.' r\\

We're sorry she Is still not strife etc. bothers more Fair Haven, N.Y., and RobertF. However both boys were firmIn and uninhibited dancing\ ; acting Seller ls capital, as always.But is how to get those frantic She said that were falsely

feeling! too well following her youngsters than we realize Parents Baker of Syracuse N.Y the statement that they had without subtle touches. the gems of the "Orient"art fleas out so that YOU can go charged win distributing ComJmunlat

accident but then a whiplash slngularlycan't do much Miss Cotter la a graduate of had enough camping to last for "Molly" Is a tour de force fora Tippy Walker and MerrIe back to fishing before one of Chinese proiiacamla\ ,
Oswego Catholic High School and musical actress and there Spaeth two natural actresseswho the the beach send .1
Injury Is usually somethingyou to change conditions of the quite a while. tourists!
have to live with for a world but they can sort of Is attending Auburn Community A second grandson for the was considerable doubt In !Holly will give every parent of for the boys In the white suits.
College. Mr. Baker Is a grad. Including Wlllson's, that teenage girls twinges of recog. Remains Of Chief
while. counterbalance things by giving uate of Manllus and Is a ken. Keiths young S nee ringer, arrived Debbie Reynolds was up to It. n Ion. I still say It was fun and I

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brad- their children a feeling of lor at Syracuse University No at 6:45 Tuesday morningat She; was and Is. She Impells the even caught a nice trout on one Still Missing;

ley of 1984 Clark Court will security through love and uni- date has been set for the wed. Bunker Hill, 111., just miss movie along by sheer talent and of those worn out fleas. Did

be leaving Naples about the ty within the family. ding. ing his mother's 21st birthday energy. Cancels Sale, you know the reason they can Halt Reburial > i iIIOIUHT

and his sister's blnhday. However Harve Presnell has both the jet under the sand so fast Is Okla. (AP-The NJ
he made his Aunt Terri voice and the size for the sfal. Suits Stolen mains of Klowa Indian Chit
because n

I Whole Wheat Bread Is Coming Up happy by arriving on her wed a wart good Johnny bet for Brown stardom and seems DHUNSW1CK Ca. (AP)- sand shovel they with carry them.their Catch own died Dig. Dow In 1901, an, were en.Army sought stout In valTllur.d.y Win*'

ding anniversary. Congratulations
"The World of Henry Orient"Is Harold Men's !Shop canceled Its one and you will see.
: by 25 a heiu
Grandpa and Grandma mls-tltled, leading the movl Father Day sale because SI,400< Jo and Gall Whitman are persons,
CECILV opter a road and 4
By BROWNSTONE .n grader
Keith I worth f suit' earmarked for the
Attociottd, Putt Food EditorsENOTICEresurgence shopper to believe It might be l ; leaving forColumbus.Ohlo.and metal detector ,,
a another Peter Sellers adventure sale alrc.'l) were Tone. their home on Lake Erie this A reburial ceremony was lintterruite
of intercut The, m;:;> airei J. D. Gl"bi,
comedy. It concerns the Msnwhattan week for
a summer of fun with | in hole wheal yeast 60,000 OpeningsIn tc d It. Thor lab; he didn't
rY adventures of a pair ofover
t their 10 grandchildren Mrs. grave ouldn't be found. The ro*
bread. Cook tell UN they want privileged ur.derloverj kr-jw:: the i Marion C Her Is mains of the old chief were if
For I'eryam on
to try baking it at home. girl*. he ctartc ti t mark them down.
N teen-age have been Iraniferred to ft,'
enjoying visit from
So here' the latest recipe for herdaugh-
the bread thai we've tried. Th.s Next Semester tfr Sue from Encampment,Wy- Sill\ for military rites. .

loaf has a hint of lemon, Andh.re' NEW YORK 1AP>-The Stu. I TV :Radio omlngi also a friend of hers If the grave can be fountChief
Dig Dow will\ be burled I tthe If
where we give you a hint. dent Admissions Center say* Barbara Coy of Cheyenne.
Ft. Sill post aloncj
,The full flavor of the lemon abut 60,000 places art still They arc cemetery i
enjoying our pool
By CYNTlfli LOWRYAP < urn mi tJ"IJIC-iIj' ex side Hunting Morse, who served
Cornea through heat when the open. in next semester's fresh Televlsloi l .Radio Write plolt II" trie! of tinted TV to and will be with us for a couple under him as a Ft. Sill scout
bread la eaten frckh from the mal classes of two-year and
weeks. Clad hear
NEW YORK -P-Th.) J ;er millions i it ralr.goers who to that
oven. To our way of thinking four-year accredited colleges
'age producer of television, shows, might never lave seen It be. Mac Llnvtlle Is feeling much
frenhly-baked bread l\In'l G. James Hechtman directorof
eating t the said Thursday counts: the number of sets which fore It also performs an agree better Ills brother H.R. Unvllle Ever wonder why milk ahouljjbe
exactly ahardahip' center ,
This bread has the soft cakelike "'411I that there Is more room avail will carry his program by the able u eful funMlon amusing and wife are here for a I scalded helm using it In ai,
million., If It is a network, w.ai sightseers as they rest visit. rut doush' Ilecauae acaldinsidr
able than I.. popular! believed.
texture and sweet flavor broadcast; by the thousands, If their aching feet, and focusing lroya any bacteria that might''l
"The problem Is one of distrIbution
that la popular nowadays, When local, Lou Ames, television on the face of rational. lot >
01 applications rather BUTTERFLY TIME lit inimical to ye.it. If the milkevaporated
we baked it we uaed alone groundwhole show producer, count his eta children to steed! reunion with
flour. This than a lack of physical space," Have you noticed the mil .v however the |
la available worried
v by the hundreds-390, to be r pre. parents
he said. s. aiding' i* not ,
lions of white butterflies thesr.r.r necessary.FLY
at one food markets and else Ames does not have much q

at moat "health food" atones trouble filling the 12 hours a ,,. I, *
The average producer feeli He
day sven days a week I' hed.
AMERICAN d rtr"' e, THE WOMEN 'I Is an exceptionally creative fellow ule. Press agents from commercial NAPLES J
IN HIS LIFE If he manatee to turn out 30hour.lone t.
YUOLE HEAT BREAD : exhibit of the lair are alws .
J/4 cup mlk, scalded !.F" YORK UP Ahe liar. TV shows a season >'s suggesting that his mobile itf5 MIAMI
Ames estimate that hit
3 tablespoons sugar .1\4. a polishing up the stork (ort ; camera rover a trimonj orevent
output tale summer will total
4 leaapoofK salt musical he darted wishing nn oi some sort lie U horn
1 73 cup butler or margarine side directing "It,", t". Succeed :acme 2,000 hours Bvbject) matter herded with short rommernal New Year Round Daily Schedule
will\ from
1 13 light molasses in Bu.me.. tnh.Mjt Really 1r Him, on a varlet of
cup WHOLE VHILAT HRI-AD n II .H h" -cc., then nuke ; > I fashion" and flower shows to aubjerts.

I 1/2 cups Herat water sandwiches. of it with waKuri ,, Cucumber and old- tog, travelogues|I and Interviews, Visitors to the, TV studio Naples To Miami
2 packages active dry ad there Is invariably wall.
yeast a
A week before MM dutnf
1 tablespoon grated lemon rind fashioned boileJ dr
4 11'% cups ungifted whole-wheat. tarrowi! _...* M was ui through the building, and at one
per Ames Is headman tat f the 11*' Miami To '
flour fecleJMgw. To fill the itnesp.cudtntertude Noted have a chance to see Naples
,cial small clo 3 3/4 cups (about) uNifIed white be e themselves on 'olor television 9.00 A.M. 2,15 P.M. 5:00 P.M.
began on ,
make ofl .. boerd. York
white flour l" a J.mgh. <> i lightly floured circuit at ttN.w ATOM estimates
flour Turn out irnlo a ligMly floured( Divide in half; shape into IOu a stony abase MM women Ml even ;KorM's Fair. It .">..si.ia of a that 8,000 vi. Conasetbtn .
Into the scalded milk, stir the mans life anon a day tramp through the and RmtrTattoM to sty slat U the werU
board and knead until north and lottve. Plate tn two greased complete brcu.Jnstn I t rrfudlo,
salt, butter and molasses center
sugar ; elastic about 10 "ltut... 9 by 5 by 1 inch tort pan. "There equipped' with the > rat modern NAPLES AIRLINES
cool to lukewarm Into the warm aw, he note, "wife. was producer of NBC's"Take
-a.ed howl I; turn r let rise in a warm ptair 'fl<* troetfc gadget, and 96vr ier "
Place in a I' to ?ver. .
daughter, Sho
water, stir the yeast until t:=:c: moiher-in-la* > for a tine He .
C.e r I
ee e *e MiamI
dissolved; 't'. In lukewarm milk I',." 'rrp. of ICI r"c ,n < ? trim dr.iM. until .. .lUhI<'J .11<1. <,,'>,," Trni'."uve title ,.r i t:-levslon sets ir 'Un<1 the 648- produce) Ito t. world premier of Na le. AI,...., AlrpeW
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.sglert, NtUJ Enemy Attack? Minutes! ;(


FRIDAY JUNE 12, 1964 r1IlI. Ja Washlnfton Correspondent
Newspaper Enterprise

Alligator Alley Given A-Okay By CourtAs to' .'''' WASHINGTON-INEAF When two astronauts make theta

1965, besides preparing
second manned Gemini trip early :

expected, the Florida Supreme the Supreme Court decision was handed the way for a 1971 trip to the moon they'll be carrying outa

down "You should be riding on it in 1 11HG critical "side. Job" for the Defense Department.
Court has approved the validation by orders to take careful measurements of the
18 months or two years" If this estimate They'll have
Intercontinental baillstirmissile
Circuit Judge Walker of the $17 million Infrared I radiation given off by an
by Monahan holds true and without
and flight
bond Issue for construction of the Naples-! during
some onforseen difficulty well should
Ft. Lauderdale toll road, which Collier USEWifE REASON: RESEARCH NOW I'NDER WAY with infrared
it will greatly please all Collier Countians
E time U.S defense men
refer could almost double the warning
Countlans now affectionately to 1 14 rays
who are sincerely convinced, as we are, FPS would hue against a Red ICBM sneak attack

as "Alligator Alley. that Alligator Alley/ will be beneficial, to ERA fk / These studies might also open the door eventually to ,

This approval should clear up the both Collier and Broward Counties. : TNC tsQ more-certain method of killing the big Intercontinental

last obstacle to construction of the high. "birds"
The false rumors concerningthe heat with wave
many Infrared rays are rays lenfths.shorter
way and permit county officials to push toll road have pretty well been laidto than radio waves and longer than the rays
for of the few
acquisition remainingmiles light.
of right of This effort has rest Quite obviously its constructionwill f y Defenders today would be lucky to get 13 minutes' notice
have no effect on the four-laning of r of an aUack. There's worry that when Nike X Is perfected

been voluntarily stayed by county officials the Tamiam! Trail, which still will be it could be "saturated" by a large enemy ICBM strike.

until the Supreme Court made The Infrared work is based on the finding that ever
needed as badly as ever since several
off Its
own particular
known its decision. Owners of needed ICBM Russian or American gives
sections of the Trail are now in processof Infrared radiation pattern when blasting oft while /flying
right of way were understandably hesitant the earth's atmosphereTO
being four-laned and other four. through space and when reentering
to make a binding decision until
heard. laning projects are being planned for MAKE AN INFRARED DETECTION SYSTEM work, it
the Court
the not too distant future. will be necessary to make a great many observations ant

The battle for the toll road, to be The charge made by some critics, measurements build a catalogue ol the characteristics of

built on a cooperative basis, so to speak, every known missile and record what variations in the ntissale .
who concerned "
apparently not too
were in its infrared "signature.
cause what changes
Broward and
Collier Counties has
by about facts, that the toll road was being It will be necessary to determine what might be done tt

been long and tedious. Alligator Alley built to benefit large landowners (Gulf disguise a missile and to change Its Infrared pattern enough

has been that It would be unrecognizable.To .
bitterly opposed by practically so
American Land Corp. was frequently
make it possible to accurately distinguish between the
everybody In the state (in many cases mentioned branded whenit and the natural infraredin
) was ridiculous infrared "signature" of a missile
because the critics knew nothing about was disclosed that Collier County com : -. the sky, the Gemini astronauts will make measurementsof

the circumstances and chose to believe earth and sky "backgrounds" That is. they'll measure
disseminated missioners made plans for a road be. 1IIoR.R1S- \ infrared radiation given off by the moon, stars, earth and

erroneous statements by tween the Naples Airport and State Road ",.' ..... other planets.A .
Dade County and the AAA, principal 29 (the Everglades-Immokalee road) long '.V, :" series of measurements are being made from the ground.

detractors of the toll road) except residents ......--: An airplane has ben instrumented for the detection and
before Gulf American purchased land I analysis of infrared, visible and ultraviolet radiation from
of Collier and Broward Counties
here. missiles during flight.

whose secondary road monies will be With the building of Alligator Alley, 1TiE The Best of BoyleBY These radiation characteristics will be compared with thoseof
aircraft. Including the X-15, and with infrared
involved if the toll fees do not come highflying .
up the only two adjoining counties In the 7b T E HAL BOYLENEW patterns of dummy warheads

to expectations.It state which heretofore have had no direct '

was, we believe, pure happen. road THESfc MEASUREMENTS: ALONE won't be sufficient.
will be
stance that Road Board Member John A. connection, joined. YORK (AP) One ol f r prove themselves In some way Detection and tracking of ICBMs could be seriously affected
As the only newspaper In the entire life's little ordeals for every while waiting for their wives. by the sky background radiation resulting from nuclear exp

Monahan of Ft. Lauderdale, who has beena state that supported construction of Alligator HOMELESS BABIES husband Is wtfe-walting. They take up hobbles, read long oaions.

staunch believer In Alligator Alley, Editor, Collier County News: Earning a living for a wife, books or go next door and hold Once the Department of Defense perfects a system for
Alley, it is understandable that we a fellow finds out, Is one of the determination of ICBM blastoff
chose address the Fort While many people express hands with a neighbor's wife. the Immediate, accurate an
to Myers Rotary are grateful and happy that the Supreme compassionate concern for or. easier things about marriage. It One fellow took a correspon. it could mean 25-to.28 minutes' advance warning for U.S.

Club on the subject last Tuesday Court found favorably for the bond issue. phaned children of other lands, takes only about eight hours a dence course In ventriloquism defenders.

Monohan said, and we sincerely be. who deserve consideration, they day.This during the long hours he had to If an Infrared detection system proves more difficult to
We have been sincere In our belief that often leaves a man 18 full reliable than today's radar.
are quite unaware that hereIn spend while waiting for his wife "spoof. It will be more
lieve he is correct, that a road betweenthe the road will benefit the two counties Florida there are homeless hours for wlfe.walting and other to get dressed. lie became quite K _ _ _ _ _ _ _.
two coastal counties will stimulate concerned and still believe children waiting in foster care such essential chores as sleeping expert at bird calls. He was ac.

travel and commerce between the two we so. for families to adopt them and shaving, eating, walkingthe cldeatally shot during the quail TODAY IN HISTORYFLORIDA
However, it would be impractical not give them the love and security dog and obeying his chil season while imitating a bob

areas.The to recognize that even the best laid plansof which they need. dren. white. 100 YEARS AGO
73 mile turnpike will also "gen. The Children's Home Society, There are several kinds of The most sensible attitude a
man and beast sometimes go awry. It wife waiting, but they break By Florida Library & Historical Ca"m''en' '
a fully accredited, nonprofit husband can adopt toward wife-
erate recreation in the interior of the is possible that this could happen to Alligator agency, attempts to serve these down into four general classes: wilting Is one of philosophic ac. Civil War Centennial Committee

state, open up new farm land and ranch but doubt it. children. Waiting for her to make up ceptance.The I-g:- >- a - - -.>.- - -Tl
Alley we
land, and will shorten the distance between Quite honestly, we are facedin her mind, get to the point, to problem of wife-walting June 11 Lieutenant C. H. Rockwell, commanding
At any rate, the die Is now cast Florida with the unique sit. shut up after she does get to is pretty much like the problemof the U. S. S. Gem of the Set stationed at Charlotte Harbor,
East and West Coast, points, he let's uation of having more homeless the point, and to get dressed so erosion There Isn't much
so "get the show on the road" and : reports on his investigation of the Emma which was "cap
declared. Alligator lIey In at the babies and proportionately few. you can go somewhere together. any one man ran do about It in turgid two days ago the tender Rosalie at a point along
estimated get operation er adoptive applicants than.,ln Getting ready is no problem,, his lifetime by
Monohan that'at soon as earliest possible' moment. \ any other state we know t>f. to him All he has to do is wash. You begin to grow up in this the Gulf Coast: : where"tfifce" vessels: ran the blockade less

., We very earnestly ask.. yourcooperation his face, put on a clean shirt: world when you realize that than a month Vgo.: ; These'; three vessels were later captured

;' !":< ; f: ':. 1 f ?.'::; :: .; .:';?;...' ... )iii: h in the recruitment look In a mirror and say, "Oh, some things can't be cured-lhey by a Union army detachment operating out of Fort Myen.
L- : :
._ .._,. : of more adoptive homes. Your you handsome, money making must be endured. Aboard the Emma is a man named Holmes, who is not

behind Us nominee. publishing of the attached re. devil, you." Then he could be carried on either the crew or passenger list, and who has

He had said he wouldn't interfere lease and other news which we'll off at a gallop-if it weren't for been identified as captain of the largest of the three vessels
in the selection of a can. be sending you from time to time that little problem of waiting for InWashington referred The '
I his wife. Today to. Emm, manifest lists ballast, but no
The World Today didate but before the Governors' will help Immeasurably.Mrs. .
ballast is aboard There
Conference opened in Clevelandthis Gale W. Denn Wives are a terrible lot of are several tons of fine blacksmiths'coal

I y JAMES MARLOWE week he called Scrantonand Children's Home trouble to themselves. They for which the captain says he paid $20 a ton, whichis

Au..let.Pr.| n News Analyst nudged him toward some Society of Florida never have anything to wear, FROM THEASSOCIATED not listed in the manifest The captain claimed this is

...... activity. (EDITOR'S NOTE: The Newsis they claim, but they always PRESS fuel, but later acknowledged that his boilers can burn

WASHINGTON (AP-4f Gov. Scranton had said he would of course, glad to help in any way manage to summon up a dif nothing but wood. The coal is contraband of war worth

William W, Scranton of Pennsylvania side ration before the Republl. not seek the nomination but possible. Collier Countlans wish. ferent Bible function.wardrobe for every pos. WASHINGTON (AP-In the $ tOO a ton anywhere in the South. The Emm,', furi supply

does today what he can nominating convention in would accept It If drafted. EIsenhower ing to contact the Children's Whatever the occasion, she news from Washington was hardly enough for the vessel to reach Sanibel Harbor,
July. That would leave the field write to Mrs. Denn
suggested he not be so Society may
seems ready to do-tell the wide to those would be at the address Child.nn' has to outfit herself in a dlf. DISARMAMENT Sen. Jo. and it would have been necessary for her to stop to cut
open rigid about waiting to be draft. following :
country that he will seek the seph S. Clark today blamed a _
presidents who said they'd accept Home Society of Florida, ferent manner. While she Is put. more. _
Republican presidential nomln. ed.Of ting on this, taking off that, belligerent\ congressional minor.
the nomination but would all the Republican leaders, Gulf Coast Division, 2534 22nd
atlon It will be .
Just one more then Into ity-and he Included specifically theNATIONAL
changing somethingelse
twist In an already unforgettable not fight for it. Scranton put on the most indecisive Ave., South, St. Petersburg, 12, her husband is fuming him- Sen. Barry Goldwater-(or
After Goldwater's California :
Fla. .
and confusing perform. )
week. self into a state 01 high blood blocking the road to completeand OUTLOOK
all but
And U the public is no less primary victory sewedup ance. lie said one time he could 1, general disarmament.
the nomination for him, they for the vice presidency onGoldwater's pressure.
contused after he does, the his Just be. Some husbands This "boisterous belligerencyIn
to do
began to wring their hands. and Indicated Adding up score try
prime movers In the Republican They showed concern for the their views ticket on Issues weren'ttoo fore driving at each hole something about It. foreign policy," led by a self The Dollar, At Home and Abroad

party-Scranton not excluded nation and the party but never "Why does it always take you perpetuating few, "Is a constant
will have to share the blame. enough to really do far apart. 1.4151.6 so long to get dressed?" they drag to our efforts to wage the By GEORGe HACEDORN
anything of Mich. :
Gov. George Romney
For while Sen. Barry Gold. demand peevishly. Then their peace," said Clark, a Pennsyl.
about It.Former.
water was emerging a* the igan said he'd' do everything in vanla Democrat.
own ears are bent for the next
'OOP's only aggressive leader, Eisenhower President was also Dwight concernedbut D. his power to stop Goldwater but --. %. few hours. They rally against any treaty, Fears, both here and abroad, comparative stability of U. S
they were looking more like when former Vice President matter how minor with the for the of the
he didn't show more No husband can point out a "no safety American prices In more recent years.
caretakers than captains. They any Richard M. Nixon suggestedthat Communist world he said In dollar have greatly diminishedIn
leadership than the others. He wife's fault to her without learning It would be an exaggerationto
were sitting back, doing noth. told The Associated Press Romney actively seek the doesn't mean a golfer Is a teetotaler immediately of 612 major a speech prepared for deliveryto recent months. Not only Is say that U, S. Inflation came
ing, saying nothing now that nomination In opposition the General Assembly of the flow of dollars
defects In his own character, overseas beIng to dead
Thursday his main concern is wouldn't.But a stop In 1958. There
New York's Gov. Nelson A. Goldwater, Romney About the easiest United World Federalists. reduced, but the
In seeing an conventionand way to some of which he never suspect. willingness has been a continuing upward
open who would like the
Rockefeller, the only top Republican a platform and ticket that make it rain is to buy a new ed. Clark called upon advocatesof of .the rest of the worldto trend in prices of consumer
he Isn't
nomination but
willing to stick his says a to take "Issue absorb dollars
would build the party to its car Still other husbands try to Im.b' is simultaneously services and in constructioncosts
candidate that in
neck out against Goldwater, explained .,, .. with the military.Industrial gro..lng.The .
maximum strength. Gold. ::' : ;: : : ": "% : for example. But we
seemed at the end of the line urging Romney to oppose and all those who like main factors
:: ? 'f'5.l: complex behind
lie didn't hide his reservations water he wasn't really trying tc 1)fB i.V ) W'mmmmtI' not had the pervading
although he says he is still In Sen. Goldwater and many a these developments are not
the running. about some aspects of start a .tl1>.Ooldwater move A 5.ANU."I.. Democratic senator as well such as to give much Inflationary atmosphere of
Goldwater's conservative R M A' us satis pre-1958 in which cost Increases .
While Goldwater and Rocke. philosophy If all this adds up to some faction.
I I I RET1 pursue a belligerent line In for. The not-yet-enacted
l Cut.Atr ION
but as he it he could be
put passed on
kind of chaos that is
feller were slugging it out in elgn policy." Interest equalization tax has
wants to be in a position to pick AMENT TRAGIC without too much resistanceIn
what it Goldwater? All he
the primaries, there was alwaysthe was. Goldwater, the front.running played a role in restraining
up the pieces after the conven. BARK 1 A Z IT. the marketplace.
U R 0I.
had to do was sit back and ACROSS
fine chance would
the two 24 Cnpuc contender for the Republican the outflow of funds. But this
knock each, other out of all con. tlon and help unite the party watch the spectacle. Electrical 26. Ragged I.. I f. I H V M E. A N presidential nomination, was is the sort of Interference with ; Practically everyone would
trm::' unit rocks EN. P 0 T A B. E .. the only member of Congress the free flow of capital that we agree that domestic Inflation

b. "ulltn.bt.if' 211 RUtmblina, S I G M TED. 0 SIng named by Clark In his speech. have decried when other nations Is undesirable, whether or not

organ 4 Doan T ACT. 0 U T.J R I TAXES: Dr. Raymond J. used It. It poses a threat to the posi-
12. Roman 29 COnlrap. Saulnier, chief economic advis. Even more Important In tion of the dollar internationally.
0 L A A R M A N A T ex- Dut it
sometimes offersa
allmatr! lion 8 A R Go E t A f'I I T A er to President Dwight D. [I. plaining the Increased strengthof
How Does It Work? temptingly way out of
I U. Wulthy man 30. Close senhower a decade ago, has the dollar 11 the development easy
IMP E R SON A 'T 0 R certain economic difficulties
13. Ihdrocar 31 Pigeon pea called for a halt to "the Ken. of a strong inflationary
bon' 32 Tuned T 0 5 S S N 'Y C R S nedy.Johnson expenditure ex. trend In many of the other at home.

15 Emanate norm plosion." hard-currency countries. The
,oc'm 16. Tidal watt 33 Past SOLUTION Of YISTIRDAV PUZZLE Saulnier charged In a Repub. dollar is becoming more attractive New Turning feint?

18 Sune\or 34 Stone Urea 3 Com llcan panel's report Issued on as a form In which to The post-war record strongly

liuirumtnt pars lev'' 4) Crippled 4 Barter shrub Thursday that many of the hold liquid funds, simply be- suggests that mere dislike of
19. EMU 36 Cod of 5 Deliberated President's projected spending cau' the alternative of hold- inflation on principle is not

Pun Mrlu.RroMa nrrwuIeI.rl.ravM 22: Drl\e riches DOWN 6'. Cubic reductions are either "of doubt. Ing them In certain other currencies enough to prevent It from
I am0aIMI I/KIMIIplwaft M/Kte/M n IRIR/ll roast//WMRI 1w"P/,IIY.IIr I lanllngU 38 Virtuous 1 Marsh \olume meter ful practliabilit) or stem from has become less attractive happening It was not untilan

.rover ro.wetnrrrwRtro..MTn.r.t susx //, I uuurlw4ara run aq : .., 2J l.oddru of 42 late 2 Ohio col. 8 Malibre I "bookkeeping. deu< es." external threat to the dol.
tena.arre.Ilte"IUM/ .ue10 M a ITMYUlN.aor tuael. /. healing 43 Foil Irgrlu"n \\edlotk Johnson has used more of lar began to develop. In 1958
10 0\trean these bookkeeping devices "than Mixed[ Riveting that progress was made In

,, ,u at .4, I l f 15 / 1. f' 'I I 11 l Nccrifit\a aI any other administration in his. Relief from the constant halting Inflation.
Ii Obtained! tory," said Saulnier, aprofessor pressure of a nagging concern If we are correct In our belief .
o .'/// IJ 19 Jeho.phaphati of economics at Columbia Unl. over our ability to preserve that the position of the

ii el a d ,f father varsity in the Republican Crlti. the dollar's value may be a dollar vis-a-vis foreign cur
+ I, 0 1 20! Transfer cal Issues Council Report. mixed blessing. In past years, rencies Is becoming much

v Anrw/.rt./ealI5 11 Frugal WARREN COMMISSION Ml. fears for the safety of our currency stronger, we must then ask
', ,., ra n now r.r woe. ;: 1,1 rlna Oswald testified have had what going to happen to the
/ai ,' 1 N M ra prMNwMIMrW 13 Ploked field again a salutary
i" M/IWrt Ij N 1 fl77 I' ffi' H Destroy Thursda' to the presidential 'elect on the course of events price level within this country.In .

r// 26 Mercurouihlorlde commission investigating the within the United States. the absence of pressure
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Stalilman's I HERE'S THE CATCH Marie Bernard
Baseball I It like fishing_ If

I Crushes Stone 7-6; ): Here are two beauts. Gustyi Tennis Tourney

I wind in Cleveland, left,

, made this pop fly a matterof Fourteen year old Marie
Tropics Slugs Publix Bernard won both girls' dlvl SPORTS
bending over backwardsfor ions in the Jaycee Tennis Tour. .

Yankee shortstop Tony nament here this week and has

Sf DAVTD LYON line for a home run to win the been selected as the tournament's . . . . . . . . .
Run ushiman pitched and bat. game. Kubek as second baseman outstanding player
-r- will send Miss
ed his Stahlman Property Main Each team scored once in the Bobby Richardson backs him Local Jaycees Friday, June COLLIER COUNTY NEWS
13Y Bernard to Ocala for the state 12. 1964 5
team to 7.6 inning Stone
enance a triumph getting a run
fiver Stone Builders In a men's on singles by David Weeks and d I up. Below, Minnesota Twins' Jaycee tennis championshipsJune
.oftball league thriller last night Buck Flowers Stahlman singledand 26.29, tournament chairmanDon
and the defeat was Stone's first, came in on a double by Jim Y 4 catcher Earl Battey, going Berry said She will com McGaha Replaces Davis Takes
12 consecutive Wheeler to tie It. A hit batter pete In the iris' 16andunderclass.
jter victories. for a foul
comes a
cropper .
Tropics Drive Inn lashed outS singles by Henry Caballero and As A's
Lopat Honors
hits and rolled past Publix Ernest McCormick, and any ball [ over infield covering roll. The local tournament was a Top
Market, 13-6 In last night's gave Stone two second. inning ,ash Joint effort of the Jaycees and the

pener Stahlman and Stone now runs. Stahlman took the lead in Recreation Department, and was New ManagerCLEVELAND Big CypressClarence
contested the courts at Cam.
the last of the second
,ave second.half records of two 4-3,as two
ictorles and one loss, while walks and singles by Buddy For. bier Park. Miss Bernard and (AP>-Mel Me. Davis took top hon.
and sythe and Cap Breeden result. nlne.year.old Jo Anne Russell Caha takes over as manager of
'ublix: Tropics are each 1.2. ors among members of the Big
were the finalists in both girls' the Kansas City Athletics In the
Softball action resumes Tues. ed in three runs.Caballero scoredon Cypress Men's Golf Association
McCormlck's llUmder and 16-under city where he first managed a
lay when Stone meets Pubis fourth-innlng in Wednesday's competition.
single to knot In the finals of the first dl. major league club- Cleveland.
n the 7.30 opener at Gambler the score again. Scores were determined by
Park. Tropics and Stahlman clash Lester Liles drove In Art Schul. --9 vision, Miss Bernard triumphedby The A'. fired Ed Lopat, for strokes taken of the parfiveholes
n the 9:15 second game. thels with a flfth.lnnlng single to scores of 6.2 and 6.0. She mer New York Yankee pitching and five of the shortest
Stone Ii: won the other class by scores of star, Thursday and Immediate.
Stahlpian, who pitched a two.It put ahead, and Richie Yahl holes on the course. From this
shutout against Publix ear. tripled in Schulthels with another 6.1 and 61. She defeated Sue ly replaced him with the 37. contestants subtracted one half

ler In the week, was touched for Stone run In the seventh to make it Richardson and Miss Russell beat year.old McGaha, coach with of the established handicap.
Missy Lulejlan In semifinals of the club for
64. a year
Ine hits by Stone batters last Davis fired a solid 39-7-3.
,Ight. The best Stone could make TOP PLAY 18. under competition The announcement Thursday His card showed only three bo
Miss Bernard matches
won by General Manager Pat Fri.
f them was six runs, which the selected holes. Run.
gave Bill Hartter made the game's geys on
over Sue Deland and Sue Richard. day kept McGaha from going to
tie team a 6-4 lead going Intothe was Ed DuBane with 41.
outstanding play in the sixth.The ner-up
son In girls' 16.under, and Miss Wlthevllle, Va., where he was
ist of the seventh. Stahlman left fielder, after long eeDkd Russell made the finals by beat. to have reported in a few daysas J-33.

run, hauled In McCormick driveto II< log Betsy B.rnardld Shelley manager of the A's Rookie --

WINNING HOMER deeple/t.centerCabaIlerowas ." Stahlman. League farm club.
,Then Stone pitcher Ed Swiss on first base and had nearly madeit Richard Lambert topped Steve Lopat was stoic about being Senior
,alked Bob Hartnett and Cap to third when Hartter made the Opolka, 6.1, 6.1, tor the boys' fired.
reeden with one out. Stahlman catch. The relay to the Infield 16.under championship Lam. "It's standard procedure as

tepped to the plate and planted doubled up Caballero. I bert took care of John Bass far as baseball managers are AveragesThrough
, long drive down the left-field Publix held a 6.5 lead after Willie PastranoTo and Tom Bernard along the way. Concerned," he said. ''It'. easi.

three Innings, but Tropics went Baseball Opolka eliminated Randy Harris er to change the manager than
ahead to stay with three runs in Defend TitleLAS and Ben Parks. to change five or 10 ball play. Wednesday games

the fifth. Two more came in the VEGAS, Nev., (AP)- John Richardson defeated Tom .rs." 14 or more times at bat

Uses Tip From sixth and five in the seventh to "' Boxing promoter Lyle Pedersen Bernard, 6.1, 6.0, In boys' 18. McGaha, who flew here for a
make it a romp. J.D. Askew singled Roundup said here Thursday that light under., four-game series starting tonight AD R H Avg

Nicklaus and scored on two throwing By THI ASSOCIATED PSIS8: heavyweight champion Willie was asked about his plans Thornton 19 3 8 .421
Tops errors to give Tropics a 6.6 tie Pastrano will defend his title in for the Athletics, now In 10th Alfonso 2Z: 11 9 .409

in the fifth. Then Charles Bar. By MIKE RATHET Milwaukee defeated San Fran. early September against either place Steele 19 5 1 .368

Round ley doubled and Rollle Rice was Associated Press Sports Writer Cisco 6.3 and dropped the Giants Bobo Olson or Eddie Cotton In Yesterday's"fc "Nothing drastic," he replied.'I dickering 15 4 5 .333

!Fist! intentionally walked by Publix There have been 6,119 strike into second place, seven per. Boceman, Mont., but that there / Intend to put the nine best Tudor 15 5 5 .333

of friendly advice pitcher backfired Jimmy Haynes. The sirs. outs In the major leagues this centage points behind. will be no national television of Stars men available on the field." Lightner 2z.: .4 1 .318
tegy when the next bat.
rom fellow.pro Jack Nicklaus year. Pitchers have been hap. Elsewhere, Don Drysdale the match. McGaha, whose rookie season
roMpted young Phil Rodgers to ter, Albert (Red)Slier, unloaded py about 6,115 of them. posted his third shutout with a .s a major league manager was Faulkner 11 2 5 .294'
ry a different approach to his a sharp single to center to score The other four lost ball four-hitter in the Los Angeles' BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESSBATTING8ob 'in Cleveland In 1962, said he Mann 21 3 IS .286

olf game, which he used In tak. both baserunners.The games Dodgers' 5.0 victory over St. IrState O .Aspromonte,[may use starters as relievers. Black 14 4 .4 .286
ig the flrst-round lead In the only player who did not It happened again Thursday Louis and Larry Jacksonwon Colts, hit a grand slam homer He did that as Cleveland man. A. Hackney 19 9 5 .263
collected two lead.In
66,000 Buick Open Tournament share in Tropics' 18-hlt barrage night in this Year of the his eighth game as the Chi. and singles, agar and was criticized for it. Grimm lIS..4 4 .250'
tiursday. off Haynes was Rice, who walk. Dropped Third Strike as Clncln. cago Cubs whipped the New r KOuston to 3.3 victory over Lopat, a coach for the A's in Donovan 16 3 4 .250

Rodgers fired a 67 over the ed twice and filed out twice. natl catcher Johnny Edwards York Mets 6.3. Cincinnati PlfCHINQ 1962, took over as manager on M.tuslak 11..4 4 ,235JfJohnson
emanding 7,280.yard WarwickIlls Askew hit two doubles and two joined a club that Is quickly los. League Don Drysdale,1 :he last day of the season when 2z: 9 5 .227
allowed four hits
only '
singles in five times at bat and Dodgers,
( course, taking a one-stroke scored four ing its exclusiveness By MURRAY CHAR By THE and posted his third shutout of Hank Bauer stepped down. Last Mccarthy 2Z: 8 5 .227
sad over Mason Rudolph and a runs. Before Edwards could take Associated Press Sports Writer [ season the club had a 73-89 tea
ASSOCIATED PRESS the In 5.0 Williams 14 2 3 .214
Barley hit double and season a victory over
a two
stroke edge over Thunder. his red face and damaged pride After laboring in vain for >rd So far this season It is
St. Louis. Jenkins 14 4 3 ,214M
ird Open winner Tony Lema. singles and knocked in three back to the privacy of the Reds' nearly two months, Ken Me The Miami Marlins split sdoubleheader 17.35.
"A couple of months runs. Also getting two hits were dugout, the Houston Colts had Bride has gone on relief and with St. Peters Hackney 19 IS 4 .211

odgers said, "Nicklaus ago and, I and Jackie Ed Woodruff.Kline, Bud Shimer,Stier, rushed across five runs in the hit the jackpot. burg Thursday, dropping the:I Read the Want Ads '11 Lyon 20 2 .4 .200

ere practicing and he told mewasn't Fred Schmucker fifth Inning and nailed down a McBride, a 28 year o3! right second game 4.3 In 15 innings Finger 20 1 4 ,200O
much of a golfer any. pitched the 5-3 victory. < hander, halted his lOgame los. alter posting a 5.3 win In the
distance for Tropics, and shutout John Tsltourls the Reds' streak the Los '
iore. tog as Angeles opener. -
"1 asked if he had noticed Publix on two hits over the starter, held a 2.0 lead going Angels nipped Cleveland 5-4 In A costly throwing error by eGPo3D) o71; ;tfo
last four o o
Innings. Publix had a o O O
into the fifth and retired the 12 f9
nythlng particular that I was innings Thursday night shortstop Walt Noell and two
Ding wrong and he suggested total of 10 hits, Including two first two men without any dim. The one-tlme ace of the An. Ingles set up St. Petersburg'swinning 0

at we go over to the practice each by Van Weeks,Glenn Roome, culty Al Spangler then drew a gels' pitching staff beat Wash. run. Pitcher Dave Mor. s

e. and Haynes. walk and Nellie Fox followed ington 4.0 on opening day, April ran held the Marlins to four hits

"We spent the whole day with a slnzle. 13, then lost 10 consecutive in ten relief innings on the 0

Ire, and 1 finally overcame the Minnesota Twins Bearingdown, Tsltourls, appeared >, games in 12 more starts. His mound, striking out eight. crcr
out of trouble when he latest start- nd defeat-was Marlins1,
ne thing he saw me doing ,, In the evened, the NOTICE
rong-I was dipping my shoul. Still Looking For fired a third strike by Mike last Sunday. snapped a' slx-g am'"' losing
gr and wasn't getting enough White, but the ball Hashed past Then, against the Indians streak. Leffielder Angy Galas

jwer in my drives," he said. Good Pitcher Edwards and White raced for Wednesday night, Manager Bill so gave the Marlins the winning

Since then, Rodgers con. DETROIT (AP)-The Mlnne. first, loading the bases. Rlgney brought McBride in from edge when he smashed an In.
nued, his drives have been sots Twins indicated their trad Tsltourls, apparenUy unset the bullpen for his first relief slde-the-park homer in the fifth .

ttlng longer ing may Just be beginning fol. tled, forced In the Colts' first appearance since April 19, 1962. inning. He also hit two singles 0
He called Thursday's round lowing a five.player swap with run by walking Dave Robertsand He didn't give up a hit In 1 2-3 Leon Crow, Rufus Cox and Bill ?
luckiest of his career. It sawm Cleveland and the Los Angeles then Bob Aspromonte ap. Innings Edwards drove in St. Peters 'II <
breeze through the 18 holes Angels Thursday. plied the crusher by smacking He relieved again Thursday burg's three rune TO ALL .:
ith five birdies and 13 pars "We're still trying to get a a grand-slam homer. night, coming on this time In a The Orlando Twins turned y

I u needed 26 putts In all andd pitcher," said Twins' ManagerSam That sent Tsltourls to the 4-4 game: with two on and none loose with 11 hits to defeat the
, 10 one.putt greens. Mele. ''I don't think we're showers and Edwards into the out In the ninth Inning. He got Lakeland Tigers 6.5. Five of the .. Os

Rudolph had nine one.putt through (trading) yet." Dropped Third Strike Club. Vic Davallllo on a grounderand hits were doubles two each v
[Teens in his round, while Lema The deal sent fan favorite and The club has strict rules-the Induced Leon Wagner to hit by Tommy Thompson and Bob.

:is four under par on the backne first baseman Vic Power from dropped strike must have dl. into a double play. by Frazier and one by Hal Cald 0
In his 69. (Minnesota to Los Angeles, An. rectly led to a defeat. The other McBride pitched two more in. well. cro

Bunched at 70 were Don Jan. kel infielder Billy Moran to members In good standing are nings, allowing one hit, before Tampa pitcher Bob Lelli almost .
ry, Walt Burkemo, Ray Floyd Cleveland and Infielder Jerry Joe Torre of Milwaukee, Phil leaving for plnchhltter Willie got Ms fourth straight Property Ownersin
ruce Devlin, Dow Flnsttrwald klndall from the Indians to the adelphla's Gus Trlandos and Smith in the 12th. Smith's single mound victory alnglehanded.

ld Gary Player. Twins. Mike Brumley of Washington.The started the winning rally. Lelli gave up three hits to Day. :
Defending champion Julius Minnesota also traded out. Philadelphia Phillies, The season for McBride has tone Beach In a 9-0 shutout of
>rps was two more strokes! fielder Lenny Green to Los An. meanwhile, moved back Intq been one of utter frustration. He the Islanders He got three hits

vay with a 72, while Sam geles for Infielder Frank Kostro, first place In the National won 13 games and lost 12 for himself, Including a two-run trl.
,ead had a 75. now with Hawaii League on their day off when the Angels last year and had a pie in the second inning crI
3.26 earned-run average.
Righthander Jim Marrujo's
Elsewhere in the league, Baltimore .
hitting and pitching combined to
defeated Chicago 3.1, lead Fort Lauderdale to a 3.1 Q
New York whipped Boston M
victory over Sarasota. He struck
and Minnesota downed Detroit
out eight Sun Sox batters and
gave up six hits.

Title At StakeIn St.Petersburg 33 W, 29 L. Pct..636 G.B._ 0 Collier County

n.Laud.rdale32 20 .615 I'A

Rodriguez Daytona Bch. 30 23 .568 4
Lakeland 31 24 .364 4

Knee Action Means Good Golf ShotsBy Griffith BoutLAS Sarasota Tampa 26 25 27 30 .4)1.431! 10 I

Miami 20 35 364 13Orlanln
VEGAS, hey (AP)-The
AVERY BECK allowing all of your right side to world welterweight crown, 16 s Results 36 .308 17Thursday" 0

Country Club move through with this swinging which has been In and out of the
Pe, Whlip.rlng' Pin., N C Fort Lauderdale 3, Sarasota I
gotten for AP Newifealurtt motion. At the finish your right hands of Emlle Griffith since Tampa 9, Daytona Bwh 0
1961, goes on the line again to. I have checked all
knee should be touching your Orlando 6, Lakeland! 1 5 0 propertyand
other facet of golf in night when the New York cham.
grip receives more attention than any
Miami .3. St. 3.4Frllay
left knee Hold this position until pion faces ex.champlon Luis Petersburg 0
any instructional series-probably deservedly so. the! hall hits the ground Rodriguez of Miami. 'i Game value
made in
However, Pd like to discuss The 15.round bout will be tel. Daytona Beach at TampaOrl.nloat adjustments

"0 other hghly Important Items evlsed nationally over the ABC Laknlind
9. Petersburg at Fort Liu ler
correct body posture and knee (Avery Deck was runner up In network, starting at 7 p.m. Sarasota at Miami where The books are
tlon. the 1947 USGA National Public (PPD). necessary.

In taking your position re- Links championship and turned 0

ember that you must make up 1 1rli pro In 1949. Hit .on.l.rry Reek, 'a.as'eb.aIIStandi ngs now open for your inspection.

e distance from the club to the Is a former I'SCA Junior cham.

II. pion now touring the prorlrcult). National League American League

The knees should break, orx Philadelphia 29 20 ,192 Chicago 31 15 .674 Please feel free to come in or call

' then the hips, then the San Fran ISlo 22 183 Baltimore 32 19 .627 l'/i 0
, Top Coaches Cincinnati 28 24 .338 2'/4 New York 27 21 .563 \5
oulders In almost
an vertical
Pittsburgh 28 25 .528 3 Minnesota 29 23 .537 6 if wish to check these figures.
ne.Don't Lecturing At St. Louis 28 27 .509 4 Cleveland 26 24 .520 7 0 you

bend too low, however Milwaukee 27 27 .500 4Vi Boston 27 27 .500 8 0

he hips should be kept high Grid ClinicTALLAHASbbi Chicago 25 26 .490 9 Washington 25 32 .439 lift

sough to permit the legs to (AP)- Some Los Angeles 26 28 .4(1 5'/i ,Detroit 22 29 .431 11 Vj
of the nation's lop football Houston 26 30 .464 6V4 Los Angeles 24 33 .421 12 Vt 6 '
'Ing and the shoulders high coaches, lectured today to an es. New York 18 37 .327 14 Kansas City 7 35 .327 17 0b
ough for the hips to respond tlmated 300 high school and col. Chicago 6, New York 3 Thursday's Results

, the swing.After Legs coaches here for the llth Milwaukee 6, San Francisco S Minnesota 4, Detroit 2

assuming the proper annual clinic held by Florida Los Angeles S, St. Louis 0 Baltimore 3, Chicago 1 0 \
State Houston ,S I, Cincinnati 3 New York 8, Boston 4,
'sltion the clubhead In University. Sam J.
move a Colding
Coaches Wayne Hardin of Na. Only games scheduledToday's Los Angeles 8, Cleveland, IZ
rcle, allowing the club and
I I Innings
ry, John Brldgers of Baylor,
ms to rotate around central Jim Hickey of North Carolina, Games Only games scheduledToday's Tax Assessor
Milwaukee at San Francisco
,Int-the neck and head. v; Paul Davis of Mississippi State, Games 0
ir .
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Lec Chicago at New York 2 twl.
-- of Army Frank NSt. ,
Terry ,
The hips and legs are response George Louis at Los Angeles N i night Collier County
AVERY BECK Howard of Clemson and Bill
to the swinging' of the Cincinnati at Houston, N Baltimore at Boston, N
the Kino Peterson of FSU were among
,cinders, arms and elubpattero. Fltxing the lecturers for the football New York at Philadelphia, N Minnesota at Washington, N 0

'ic result Is that you will get clinic. Pittsburgh at Chicago Los Angeles at Detroit, N

17 good knee action.As the l len side weight. This creates A basketball clinic begins today Saturday's Games Kansas City at Cleveland, NSalurday'

you swing on the Uckswlnge a torsion, or twist In the right with talks by Norman Sloanof Milwaukee at San Francisco Angeles at.Detroit GainesLas
Florida Hayden Riley of Ala.
e knee will work back inline 1.,. Pittsburgh at Chicago Kansas Cltyaat Cleveland
downswing, the bama and Bud Kennedy of FSU. St. Louis at Los Angeles
e on which you are 0n Minnesota at Washington jt O
Cincinnati at Houston Qggft&K&ftg
and club swing
knee shoulders, arms r-hlcago at New York
lading, while the right New York at
mains flexed and supporting down, out and up to a high finish, -Stop" Signs Mess STOP Philadelphia Baltimore at Boston


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Insulation Pays Off Brighten Up

In Comfort, SavingsOn j fj Home WithWindows l

Heating, CoolingAdequate k, ir'iw There's almost nothing that

can transform a house from GARDEN
insulation is one of the soundest Investments a dreary to cheery like new windows HOME
family can make in a house. It pays off in generous dividends They let In light and air,
in Jower heating and cooling costs, as well as in added make the outdoors part of
comfort for the life of the house. lr your home and add a sense of
Just how much a family will save on cooling and heating bills spaciousness.With 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, June U, 1964
will vary, but it's not unusual to save SO per cent after boosting I v a wide variety of stock
insulation to meet recommended standards w wood windows available at
Insulating materials are made of mineral wool, rock, glassor r: lumber supply dealers, it's easy Use Your Room Dividers

slag, paper pulp, gypsum, asbestos, cork, aluminum foils, to choose the right ones for
vermiculite, cotton and other vegetable and mineral matter Y any room in any house -
Follow Insulating Guides Colonial or contemporary. Provide and Set Off SpaceIn

The Federal Housing administration has established mini- Many of todav wood- win-
mum Insulation standards for both heating and fir condition down, n de"it rdY ponde- multi-purpose areas room
Ing. A good guide for families planning to insulate their homes rosa pine, have small panes dividers provide an excellentway
with mineral wool la the recommendations of the National J 1IoB: diamond shaped or rectangular to separate functions
Mineral Wool Institute. IIElPs convert to suit traditional architecture without "boxing.In"space Additionally -
These call for mineral wool with an installed resistance to iinfmi.linl astir for comfortable Others have grilles valuable storage
heat flow of R-19 or 24 in ceilings, R-Illn walls and R-1J In In ing. :Mineral wool butt are that can be removed when areas in the form of shelves
__ ___,_ .
floors over unheated space n rUplril place with vapor bur windows are washed. and cupboards are gained
The 'R" number represents the rated ability of Installed BATTS OR BLAMU1S: OF IV.UVIIV, m-trri.l ran br' rill nrr. faring healed' area. If new windows figure in Wood paneling', wood built-
insulation to block the flow of heat The higher the "R" easily with knife or srlimors when odd->iic firm are' needed your remodeling plans you Ins and accessories, play an
number, the more effective the Insulation. important since to achieve brut rrnulli while In..llllin..n area nil can choose from the following: Important part in diversifying
A batt and a blanket of Insulating material are essentially Irregular. rrevirrs should br filled In u.r lirrr, mineral wool. Double-hung: opens up from living areas when rooms must 1frrrean.
in A blanket Is sold In rolls with functions
the same, differing only length up the bottom and down from the change personalities
to 100 feet long, while baits are usually made up in either four Like all the other types of .Built-in dividers of Western
or eight-foot lengths Both are available In widths to fit toP. Pine lumber can be designed -
modern wood windows, todaY'1doublehung
standard spaclngs between wall studs and telling Joists units easily, along any lines and to
Most batts and blankets have an attached vapor barrier on open harmonize with any decorative
close tightly, and are fully
one side Many are totally enclosed, with a vapor barrier on style you choose.
one side and a vapor-permeable material on the other Theyare weather-stripped to prevent Plan cabinets shelves and
infiltration of cold
also available with a backing of aluminum foil designed to r air dressers built right into your
reflect radiated heat In existing y Casement: opens out to the decor be it traditional or
side like a door to permit full
homes, where wall studs contemporary.
are not accessible, a form of ventilation and easy window If your front door opens DH-IMV.: !M'Ait: without i.liiil
mineral wool called "blowing"wool HOOKSAHOVr: unlimited*! washing. It is particularly useful directly into the living room, tins il off IK fumlion of b..ill-In
is used This la especially IFI .ITr spare require innuliilion. Hume In hard-to-reach places a divider can create the illusion divider. tloornlivr. too Wrolrrn -
made to be blown through a owner simpler wire mesh to keep such as over the sink becauseit of an entrance foyer pine. region wood.
pneumatic hose into the spaces blankets of mineral wool in place, opens so easily Build a free-standing closet-

between wall etude, Sliding: slides open at a divider for guest coat storage. may have built.Ins for utensils
Pouring insulating material Simplify Chores Crowded? Put touch and closes tightly for This provides a decorative and dishes while the
is packaged In bags and Is Drag platforms it Is said year-round comfort Several screen from icy blasts of dining room side might have
most often used to Insulate can make difficult chores 'Walls' to Work often are used together to forma weather as well as privacy storage space for linens and
ceilings where Joists are exposed around the home easier. wall of windows between a from strangers at the front silverware.

in the attic. especially good for Need more space? Just put living room or dining room door It will not Interfere with A unit serving a family room
Installing insulation In a hauling trash cans to or from the walls to work! Here's how: and the patio. flow of space and traffic may contain a built-in TV set,
new room addition or as partof Cover old walls with wood- define
the curb. Awning and hopper: similarIn merely passage ways. hl-fl, bookcases or drawers for
an attic remodeling Job can Keep them low. Use bug. grained hardboard panels, two design, but awning windows Between a kitchen and a hobby supplies. I',
be tackled successfully by the gy wheels and axles, for example feet wide, separated verticallyby open up and out, giving pro- dining room or family room Planters may be built, into
average do-it-yourselfer. The arts steel lockstrlps which hold tection from rain,while hopper a unit may have a waisthighbase added
dividers for
mffl r.''r1 luiOTtiiiinii. '"'" tt room an
only tools required are a sharp Make platform by nailinga the panels securely The strips windows open In and down, consisting of cabinets
knife and a heavy-dutyataple two.foot square piece of DO-IT.VOL'Ksf:LI rANS SIKH'III AIL: IN professional help, serve also to support desks, directing breezes upward to opening on either or both sides. decorative touch.
gun, which usually can be hardboard to a framework of when "blowing wool" Insulation Is u.rd. llrrr, insulation mrrlianicIs dressing counters, cabinets, prevent drafts Awning or hop- Above, there could be a coun-
. rented 1 by inch lumber. shown filling spares between attic Joints, with the u..e of a pneu magazine and book racks, and per windows frequently are ter with a pass-through for The average American maleis
. To Keep In Mind Attach rope for hauling. matte how brought in through ventilation opening.Here's many other objects. grouped in banks to make up serving and open shelving run- three times as likely to com-

Here are a few points to keepin Prime and paintwheelsas Panels lockstrlps and wall one large window. ning to the ceiling. mit suicide as is the average
mind: well as platform as It'llbe accessories for a wall 12 feet The side facing the kitchen American woman
and feet cost
long eight high
1. Always follow the individual outdoors much of the at retail approximately 70 del.

manufacturer's directions time.Without lars Additional items neededare
carefully. wheels, such a furring strips and nails.
be used the Answer
2. When using batts or platform can to haul
logs or luggage.Dont .
blankets, make sure the vapor
barrier faces the heated side worry about wear BEACH
of the room either, hardboard especially By ANDY LANG To .insure this lit, remove each _1@J. ('lil'
the varieties
3. Butt insulation together AP NewNooturesQUESTION old threshold in one piece bo
tightly. There should be no -wear well despite rough this. by lightly hamnering a At Bottom
gaps to permit loss of heat. treatment : We have very chisel. under each end: l.f the Heres something that will CABINETS &

4. Don't cover eaves,vents or old house with oak floors threshold, This will pull up the probably surprise no one:
attic louvers Air circulation is The floors are still in good nails. Now hammer the threshold Newly repotted plants need
Important, year round. Appliances FitRemodeling condition, but the threshold back in place. leaving the nails careful watering as too
sticking up Remove esth nail much water will cause rot.
5. Place staples no more between each pair of rooms and the threshold
Plan then take out ting and too little will make MillWORK INC.
than six inches apart and In need of
ere worn badly fthcn using the chisel, sope,, of them dry up
8. Pack insulation into small And TooIf replacement, Is this something, ', Ihenaslsseaymwpopop! and may': .''HII1\'I.'ft'I"i'lpl't'ta'! rare mast\ : ,
spaces around window and Budget, we can fix ourselves' remain in placet) In that .ca+F';'. be gIven' to plants repotfed''' 979 1It Ave., So., N.pUt Phone MI 2-3441
door framing Cut a separate you're remodeling your carefully remove the threshold, in pots that do not have
piece of vapor barrier to cover kitchen, Investigate the many then pull out the stubborn nait, '' drainage holes In the bottoms .
these areas to form unbroken new work-saving appliances ANSWER: Yu, you can replace In renailing the new threshold, Water that stands
protection. available. You'll find a wide the thresholds without profetsiofcal <'your job will be eaSier and around the roots can be just NOW OPEN for BUSINESSNOW
choice of built-in or freestanding help if you are fairly there will he leas chance of as bad as too much watering
screws and bolts models to fit your handy. You can do it either by splitting the wood if you drill Plant roots need air as wellas
getting ready-made threshold or holes the nails. Le
pilot fur
and kitchen water.
from working loose on items budget plan, and
making own from material finishing nails, sink them below for all of Collier KITCHEN
which get hard wear by loos- complement or accent the your Stones or pebbles in the County complete
enlnf and dabbing a few dropsof color and finish of your cabi- sold especially\ for thin have purpose will the surface and fill the indentations bottom of pots help preventthis CABINET service no job too big or too small, and all
Whatever problem you with wood
putty or plastic kind of injuryON ,
shellac or lacquer on netry, fit. work GUARANTEED 100% Owned and LOCAL
t>e in the matter of proper wood. operated by -
) threads Tighten while coating Although the current trendis
is still tacky. toward built-in appliances, people who CARE about all of your building and

you may prefer to have a built- remodeling problemsl! Too we offer a wide choice of

Store long lengths of lumberon can in "look"be taken with appliances along if that the THE- do-it-yourtelf kits such as wall cabinets for storage, floor

racks or shelves to keep family moves. model closets, built-in units for any part of your home.
material off floor, and apply
clear sealer or shellac to the Color and decorative Interestare Come in goon TOOAYI Just look around if you like

grain of each piece to prevent Increasingly In important the modern requirements we're happy to have youiDOLLARSAVING!

splitting kitchen ill 1


Ceramic tile has moved
Planning into the kitchen as a ra.
countertopAork surface:

New epoxy tilt adhulves .
or and grouts have made it Vanity
Repairing Your easier to install the tile us well
a* provide reactance to hi',u .
ROOF? chemic and atairm I.
The tiles can "t installed ", ,' ,t-i L OJ. Fermnsour lop, 2 95
.\ 4-inch exterior grade r'w' ? iJut I.t. Ooon. ..lulItcontructon., 34
Ask About A over the previous surfm along > y cftOeI alcotorll
as it la aolidlv atlat !I'
HomeImprovement I If plywood' is used '."tnh 11"-:
should he left between I'' a i y II
sheets These gaps are t twith
epoxy setting mater ut
Loan Ut innure that there is no shift), ig DO.IT-YOURSELF KITI

at a later time The setting Wall P
t1 ; serial also ,is spread! on (the< r Storage
wood in a I 8 milt coat an;\ Cabinet
THE tile pressed firmly into "',
The mortar should be ill,' ". Tan eta easiest, D
Bank of ,, -- -- has a, cue, sae
NaplesMember to .overnight. 111'Itrh) -- a soar. \ a d.sg d!l .1.
epoxy grouting DMiteriiil$rr"JJ UTLR at, x gr doom and at use
the face of the tiles .1' : IOlttfttrl
on '' wout
FDICEVERYTHING trowel IS ii ,'T, I. r trt I.j) i ?i int' il C III" 1
into the J joints with a "f .1
putty knife with a. wide I MaJi', I 1I'IId".1 .. .I-t'II'1 I I \. nha <.l 1l\h\ ,>r sponge tt' rer I.

The surplus epoxy' wanhed on the excdss: 109} .." 'IWE'VE
the fate of the tiles and off the
trowel.. knife with warm sate
Actually. there are two types
of 'nl\'lIlr. one !known a*
GARDEN A\R-II. the other as
Either can be used for NMI Bird Watching? BUILDING MATERIAL. CABINET HARDWARE Etc.
setting the tiles and for groutingbut
GARDEN I 1 IThIuPJrtb A\R-II is preferred for the .

b setting. l'O-11 for the grouting f looking for a SAVE $161) PANEL A ROOM with BEAUTIFUL
Th.alt made hv different van"
ufuiturers in different tnsnd. sit's ..
a good idea to tlwik the II \'E.MENT
1 label use lor No precise m.l1ttrlh"instructions kind you onus LOAN Mahogany PanelingYou

get it wilt. come .into pan-part
packages. with the mailer unit First National' will help
can do a 0 x 12ft. room for this low
I being added to the larger unit home.FIVE 95
you remodel your price in your CHOICE of finl.h,.. High
and stirred in just prior to using 6 3 .
POWER I MOWERSPLUS I Ceramic. mosaic. tile tomes" in quality paneling Individual 4 x 8ft. sheets,
square and rectangular IIh.ipet tEAR HOME: IMPROVEMENT LOAN I,." thick, prefmnhed, only 1595 each.
either one inch or two inches m

sue, E"IrI.duly glazed tike need GO FIRST to FOR DO IT.OURSELF-ERS'
For every banking Save 40<
usuafly 'Is 4U' inches square your
Sherwin-Williams on Rcr 1415 V 4" FIR PLYWOOD $3 7S
Paints Either ian I be used. on kiuhrncountertopa National Bank
and back.spt.rh First 4 :x 8-fL sheets, good on one side! .

And Painter Supplies unita \'ar1o HI l'Colors 1 and design" *
art available, of NaplesFederal
Watch for Our Big Grand OpeningI
Deposit Insurance Corp
Sunshine Hardware5th Cement should be cured lilt i
at least six da> i by keepingit Federal Reserve System
damp or covered w"
Ave watertight paper


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riday 'i ::', I tOLLItlt IOINTV NEWS 7

Now ______
Birmingham Bright


Idleq1e IpII/hle.'II/f Spot In Race Picture |

EDITORS) NO! E:-Just a year Till i .',' Negro gillS I talx. MMI I' it !j

(go :;t'l'c'4w.r.. i olfl') Ini' : the 1 huTCh counter I III a Irmllll:. '

theli pi 'tests Into the sti'eels of ham dtpartment sine. I

CLASSIFIED MART Birmingham The cltvai on The order .,,!I drink s. The

the brink of a racial explosion.Rejman white uaitross prompth sem"- :

Morin covel'9d'M dem.on' them f.t

rations in June IM3 and Notuxft' pays am alll'nlh,,,

the disorders that bi'ok* out In \t the baseball park, N\'ft I

.? September 'A.lltn the 81 rmlq. and whites (It togethei I I III rh i' I I

t14'J't'J' jdwjO71Announcemenis ( J't" ham schools were Integrated. In (land,. enabling. the Hi 111111 i -. I

autoS \\o'oS this storh# takes a look at ham Baioua. Four of the I f\ II ] '

began a gn-at .aeaaon flnaiuull '

In the ttaitdlnga.

BRELMXN MORIN: At Ugloii Field, E\.lIh: I' tBilh

.\P Special Correspondent Graham prache i I' ,>. j I4

BIRMINGHAM Ala. .u>- people Th audience, Ho

the staff of ushers < j \.

26-Pertonal 48-Apti. For Rent 57-Houtei For Sale PUBLIC NOTICE tegrated.

Three Nroe reieho dl, >s

PlAZA BEAUTY SALON ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 'Etucu.nc.s., uiy' w.... 01 bUMMER SPECIAL LEGAL" NOTICE: mas along 'Alth the I\/It.i t J* .
1W r. Tamiam, Tti Man or woman w,'" 5ruuoblnprsblsmo Month (IRIS MOTEL Ml Brand new CBS home t ,large NOTICE Of PUBLIC HEARING .
Midway. IM7I3BoaHMotori Atk lor hip by' calling HIM Of Ml IIUI bedrooma. wall ta wall clo..,. The CIt' Counc I of the C,ty ofNtpltl dents in graduation ,1'111':' I :, ,
Ml 1 43SI w,,11 hold PubIC Hear n at two schools '
Vil tor* cord allywaicomad Owner large lurnithtd td Large b'lell.n.' Custom built | high Their ( i'ent >
m the Count I! Chamberi
( Church Matt ngt, in Firaltptitt nancy Aim tend StonacranApia b rcn Subunits Large living Mill '15 (Ih Itrett tooth at "ly ( are tn the audit,n'" ., N
Ann on lilt Naplrrior <
Ml I 41H Ml room Terrain fioora 0 E
or 1.Z1U.
Accet.II St at hit Ava '..'11'' Tom and ceiling hut Carport bind land .da. *t 10 00 A M on Wednt Incidents
-' Fri'nght. at I.30 P M Sabal Shores Apts tcaptd Of'tred by' owntr day'. Jun. \1 U64. to Mir obi' :Negroes alt on nine if t the! \ isubcommittees
Mitchell Runabout and tra"I Ior liD 000 00 1200 Tre"I TerraceN "en of all nierettod pertortft retht
YEAR ROUND LIVING of the em::" <.
40 hp Johnaon Elactramat ol'""n'on ol ..nl.n.. all pro
Ntplea' Phone
Ic Can ba .*.n at Gulf Glut 38-Autos For Sal Modern. on. bedroom and *f. Ml I 24tt tiont .*,.",ng to nu... 14011... Itt Affairs Committee a ll.l
and Aluminum' wtahdayt Ml' fenney' Apta lurnithtd TV Three bedroom acretntd Unaind within the City of Naplet' Florida.
I 11 I3 1110 I tbla in Monthly' or year lovtly landacap. ancloaed M provided ,n Chapter Jl Zoning racial group set up t"' tilt d) "i u'r
ItU 17 Ft M lentil 1962 H. Powi Thund.rburdl4ordtop. R I round Ml. J 4IM Kelly' Rr and with a sturdy' cyclone/ I.nc... Ordinance of tht City of Naplit nut onl) racial pro!>lems. but I
opfT boot wundoo.. osait P.c' a.rata Avs 1/3.1' faaturaa
among many tha ARCHIE TURNER.
so lID. M.'"'' E" !"., 1c.: tory' our condtonrng' Low 0111 I--; 1 bedroom home on tutywata' _TTUT MayorEluo city administration In M'''l" :il. I

/trc, $.. LUFF 17 Ft Stmnoi, Tra.Itr ass MI S .10. ittor I PM. furn,ihad apta Naar and aewer in Like Park Only M Lehman Two Negroes rn I lIlt.,'nstible I
CMC INC 421 ttpi .121 If beach and ahopp. Weekly'
I N. MI 7.2310.IlthIs,2I monthly' or year' 111 HO. Terma available Call CIIC.b, in a recent ...IctlThl'l 1>:st I
1993 Rsmblm Convortubls Good *ay t ilMi 'OUndJ't ; owner. Ml 14S2I bISon I 00 M'I.n' Juno II KM AlSO
PM : 10 Mimea, out one I'Jf' "' ai
t..n.portll'on. Ch..p. '
f 5-Bu.inen Opps.TEXACO I 1S'2 0/7St Furn mInt.ahad Muge 1 liv'bedroom ng room, apart kitchn PRIVATE. SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE cIose-1641 to 1,191.

end bud. Ml 1J6 I 1/2SII NO BROKERS TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF A new bank *mpln\a No.rj
Words Don'tMean Owner mont loll three bedroomI THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND
INC. I I bedroom furnithad tl.c,tncy bath home in THE MOORINGS FOR COLLIER COUNTYIN and whit tellers. Of Its 14 sea

A Thing apt No peta or children MI Central heat and ar CHANCERY curlty officers, 9 are Negroes.While .
For I..... now under conitruct I my or Ml' t Ml ./ltf CSndtiOnun5., carpllinp throughout C... No 2907 racial
situation In .it
ultrtmodtrn ...Ion tl Tha flartnca you pay' w,II liD no Sips encept i btdrooma Complete FRANCES E. OSTICK
Mooring fchopp,ng Ctnttr Nt. urpnaa you Chock with ua Furn I bd,,,,. ..... Efficienc kitclen including ditpotal Tice Florida Birmingham la far from nettled '
plea Paid training program and today' and .tt Won. net foolVI TV. Air Cend MS 4th and diahwather N,ce acreened ., alPlalntlffa. and the possibility of d'monslra.! .. }; ::{:
Ave So Ml' t un ._
fnancial ett ,
.nco ava ibIs porch. paved driveway aadded '
Inol LUCY ANN ALAS tlons still exists (there Is much ;r; :.&
For ,
informal on th. valu I bedroom lun.hed .pl. isis lawn Pbs. Ml 14100 aftsrS JOE ALAS .
ibis trench tt contact Don *11. IJ Lakaa "S Grsv.da "v' PM 0/1111 in me record 01 tOll ritto max* mEA Telephoto)
at at
.n"II'' T..co. lie P. 0 CORVAIR ", on... I .,. liadbotnoah. 1111.14.11 FOR SALE you rub In
DotondantsNOTICE / disbelief
your eyes
'01 lIb. Ft Myri. PI.eni ED'Ull .. AT REIl W5W t BEDROOM: UNFURNISHED Lovely' cottage co"ol.t.11lu... OF SUIT' remembering the situation as It IIISTOKKOU: .\\'JlCfl cloture was voted by the Senate

02SUICK APT GREEN ACRES Mla niahed for only' $I 000. Located THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: to end the /filibuster which blocked action on the civil
? 'o e/12.tf on a hugh, lot nicely' landacaped LUCY ANN ALAS whots.d. was on June 2, 1903. rights
Co-v. bill it
spocisb AT brought
TEXACO one ailing member
INC. Rio" P' WSWCHRYSLER dross ,la unknown to Plaint. Thousands of Negroes demon Son Clair Engle (D-
For I.... hgh po..nl.1, I ( 49-Housei For RentRCMTALS I bedrooma and taatha file JOE ALAS. huaband of Lucy' Ann Calif u to the scene In a wheel chair
11'S".on the streets fire
now in !. 300 t dr. Hdtp kitchen large living room (alaa. whote .dd,... la un. stratlng "
opera on inINaplea
Ptid Training Program AT PS PB RIM Air. bucktt swimming. pool I ond patioacreenod known to PI'nllI.' hoses, police dogs-jails over.

"n' t.s.nc.sI isSitinCe .vol. itataFalcon. in .ulful landaca FLOYD Bon 1)J WALKER APO" Pool Office flowing-* community taut as a gaining the confidence of the
7)1 lostlla. With
Futura I dr. buckttaaata ed lot near the beach for only
ibis For inlormit contact I bed'00'" fun"IIed 110"' ". people, Naples Jaycees
Don Avornathy' Ttntco Inc.. .. RtM manual big on, Hoar ... Gaol School 550000 125.500. Let ua ahow this' t* you St4T!WALKER wife of Floyd bowstring especially at night blllhll'tllmt'n who work

t P 0. Coo IIM Ft Myera" suns.CADILLAS 61 today Walker, C/. Floyd Welktr, Pool A rickety true ending the
Phone ED' 412t "/, If 2 b.droom fu'n"IIed .pI. Offct (on 13) APO 711, (tat. thunder In the streets, the bomb to ease racial tension still get
DtVlle 4 dr ht. I bedrooma. I* bath large llvIn tie. WaihinilonIf Pledge 31 PintsIn
14ons and b un.nonU IQ( ..,. AT. PB PS PW P S..t A/C nco 50.00S room nice tchen with tho above named portions retpeetlvtly toga and shootings. "Dynamite the midnight lAione calls, threat

uo.n.i I Ill rear.I born. insoparate RAH WSWC.dII.c bdrooino unlu'n"II.d .pt. built 'In a Dpi ancea. I.... be alive. end I If any' of the hill" In the Negro residential enlng them, their wives and chll
buldn. ..C"'U 10' Cps De ..,..ned porch overlooking the above named dead,
Villa fully howl bind ..f. 11 50 ptrtone are tha rreipective dren. Blood
caih or large dn payment equipped loke: near ehoppinoj center and unknown heir*. devitet' district and finally Sept 14, DriveNaples
Box 1717 A ) Colter County IMPERIAL crown I .,. M. WE NEED RENTAL LISTINGS beach nice. landaceoed lot. all. Itgileot, ...n..... creditora or ell four little Negro girls killed Hotels motels, restaurants,
N.*. 1/31 II AT PS, PB PW RAM th'. for only $10,509. other partos. or poisons claiming' when their church was bombed. remain segregated. Only tOken Jaycees have pled-

$Investment OOO 7MO : Fold Enterpnae WSW RAMBLER" ."' .,. Wagon AT. lEE CARIBBEAN REALTY T* ... any of tho above call .Intaretta..In.1 them by, reapeclively through undtr: and all or Birmingham became a tragic integration took place In the ged nearly one-fifth of the total
or tlOOOO
or triple' I narilaive, can'ly'double ahort RAH A/C "Whore Customs (end ThtirFrlonda VIVIAN OQG REALTOR. (74 lop ptriont: to S or part., having ght. lIla or claim In. landmark in the long dory of school goal for the Collier County
Silt AV.O So Pnone Ml 14741Aaaoelatoa .o-.nyr or
period Climetic, cond,t,ont force (0 torett In and to tha following, dotcnbed racial strife In the UnltedSats.( So the picture Is a montage Blood Bank's forthcoming drive
quick act on Suitable partner RAMBLER 4 dr. Sdn "(" Bid North Trill Ml IIISIMoonogi land lying and being in of llglit and shadow.
Dan '
or invettora Contact Burglund Zelpha Hayra th be dated for next Wednesday and
boo 1737A Collier County Florida. to.wit, Today city may on
Shift. Overdrive. A/C UnfurniaKod "
II. Collier County.*.. 1/11.51 RAH rental j Pool'Patio, J bedroomIH ytarly. FOR SALE Tho weal. 420 feet of the usuAl the way to becoming: an ex The situation may deteriorate Thursday at the Naples WOman'

DODGE Wagon V.(. AT Heel bath. (275 M 0 month. Apartment near the beach and 110 feet of tho northweat quarter ample of what people of both again But ss of now, Blrmlng. Club.
of of the aeuthweat of the ,
available canter. conaiatinf quarter
or Paint now option t* pur hopping ham Is
7-Dog i Cats Pets cll..... 4 unit 1 completely' turn.ahad northwott Quarter. action II. race can do to solve racial a bright spot In the Dlood drive
H and tho other partly furniahedPriced Townth p M Couth' Rtnge IS Ettt: whole picture. co-ordlnator
Dana I FORD 300 ( dr. odin V (. AT Two bloch from beach com to ..U. good term Call EXCEPTING tha watt 12H sot problem Doris Johnson expressed her
AKC male Great mot
thereof. arovlouely conveyed to In the 15th Street
PS. RAH pltltly furnithad ytarly' rental, VIVIAN OQG REALTOR forppointmsnt away, Dap
old Moot ..11 at once WII.ccopl Colliar thanks to the local
i County' Florida' Jaycee or-
offer over liDO or SI bedroom. I bath S2SO 00 a to thaw (24 Sill tilt Church where the lour chll.
will contidir any trade. Ml t 0190. FORD. I Dr .'O" (td. shift' month. available November lat Ave '0. Phone Ml I 474. FRANCES Each of you E. 'la BOSTICK hereby notf ot al ad., have that dren died, seems to symbolize Using TroopsAt ganlzatlon and stated that with

"IUI RAH CII..... Coo. Realtor. The Holl Iliad. thair sworn Amandad Complaint the atmosphere In Birmingham the Jaycees leading fellow Neapolitans
CHEVROLET.: IslAm 4 In tha Circuit Court Twalfth
Dr. d'l210 Fourth
Ave South.
HT. AT, RAH P(. PS Naplea MI t,I17S. 1/10.Stt 58-Lots For SaltWaUrfront Judicial Circuit 'In and for Colliar now to the Bloodmobile.the

12-Help Wanted A/C Bd room 'un"IIod bou. LoU County you 'aa Florida Dafandanta agalnat. aaaking inch touiat of Blonde wood paneling covers 'Ole Miss' local goal of ito pints Is more

MAN" OR WOMAN" WITH ,110. (7 Rtaftonabl' to rifht party. Ml thalr, III It to ,". abova,daacrlbad the balconies and choir box. Be than realistic.
MINISTRATIVE AND (ELL. CHEVROLET 4 Dr Sdn VI 2 $773 /lo St Vandarbilt Poach Eatatoi ,..1 tit it tEach fore they were a sombre mahogany .
donors Include Hank
ING ABILITY TO HEAD THE ltd T.."*. RAHDODGE Lot I. block L. unit SLot of you la furthar notified thatyou WronnWalker Jaycee
CLASSIFIED' DEPT. AT THE t Dr HT, .AT. RAH VERY ROOMY 'R. I Satb.vntursnl.hsd I. Block J. unit I oro roojulrad 10 lit your writ color The new fluor and 01 Lowe. Verl Harris, D.L. ChImer -
NEWS. .SALARY PLUS COMMislold PLPPDODGE. howl 00 I.'1' IsO IktOft cath for both lot.. Ptione Ion An.....' In fits Offica of tho the repainted walls and ceilings
In Pin. R'd.' Enjoy .lbolll rORT WORTI Ti>)U (APro Don liens.
AND CAR EXPENSES: .r writ Don Holland 740 121Avonu Clark of ,". Circuit Court In and for Perry Gary
,I FOR AN INTERVIEW CALL I dr.% M. ,.. AT. decorated room In thit end .b..utll'"..I.bl.' just at only..'' *. Trtaur Itland' Fla Collior County Florida In I". Court also are in lighter shades. New Edwin A. Walker tostlfiedTtlurl.dy ley George Hitman,' Jack
Hosts In Enl Naolaa, Florid. on orbsoro .
All 22107 MR. WYATT R Phone 3407.54 stained-glass windows match al
IIM/ma Contact William B. S July IM4 and to atrvo he made (eveial appeals for Earnshaw Fred
CADILLAC 4 Dr AT, PS PB (ton.. Inc. M Tenth SI NoMl l"UOt a copy' of tiEd An...... upon Plaint most perfectly, the window that public siiport Ih 'rtly before he Harry Nell.
R'H.C.. WOW { (711 a/IOtl PORT ROYAL" Lot22. OaT I ,ffa or upon William H. Oraealy survived the blast. Schmucker Dill( Longshore
13-Help Want. FemaU OLDER MODELS loon 0..". ,.. Sole or Tn.. Plain' llffa' Alt orson haroln whotaaddroaa apiwared on the Jnlverolty lit Marvin Cecil John
I bd.m I
U Chrytler, NV. 4 .,.. AT. with Florida boil R...sp.cisuo. liD" Write O J Herbert IUD Post. la MS Fifth Avonua South The total effect is more cheer. Mississippi anipua during a ,
Eipananctd watson. tt Andy" RAH PS Fluid Drive' Lisdacapod.All "0... Oar.en. COlin Hi pita, Florida. on or bafora aaiddata ful. Dud Wills Carl Howard Bruce
Pit b. MI IJMI. Apply furs. dra .1. lin.no.TV. nl :liM.>ng IntegratUm rliuf.Walker .
cua Ijd. otharwiaa .. Amondad Com
.: lam bit, M Chrytltr Win 4 dr.. AT. Clotevacationera I in, for summsr GORDON DRIVE: : So Is the feeling In Blrmlng Mumm Carlton Wilder Paul
will b. stand
PS RAH Fluid Drive, or people weitine' Largs 100' a III' 101. ".100 p'.nt takan aa confttaadv rpluriik to the to.
wanted Mutt have you and a Doc... Pro Confaaao hams to a degree. Conies Bryant Hampton BIas
for until
home month day for continuation, of cross ex.
WOOD CHRYSLER uL'1' will bt antorad ... ,
Real' Ettate a muat ii Write pentnce retuma. Shorthand ofSecretary Jan 1 S93.1( ONLY 110,1t Ml UNUSUAL I.... 10' g ur boO WITNESS my hand aa.n.Clark you.of sold, The segregation! hat not sud amlnallon In the trial of MB $Z. Taylor. Dob Austin Job Han

u.Plcation.1 to P. 0. 101 173'10. PLYMOUTH, INC. In Coquina S.n' Circuit Court of Colliar Counlv. FlorIda denly become an Inlegratlonlst. million libel suit against The nets, Dick Redenbaugh John
and tha aaal of tha aaid
,,- IIJUt 1(40 N. Trail Ml t Mil GOING ON VACATION N 5 150' lot In Ridgt Lab.* at loot N.",... Colliar Count.Court FlorIda But he may have decided It is Associated. FreM. Vaughn Henry Caballero Bill
I ROOM COTTAGESLEEPS Area II000. good t.......
on tho 4 ".v of J'ina. An 111M. better to make accommodationsthan
I ALL ELECTRIC: KITCHEN VIVIAN OGQ REALTOR MARGARET T. SCOTT The former Army mtjnr een. Cornell Rae I lend ricks,Ronnie
14-Hlp Wanted MaU 40-Aulos Repairs a Parts AVAILABLE. BY WEEK (24 Ith Ava So Mil' -4741 Clerk of Ohm Circuit Court to have more demons!ra. eral contend In hit milt that AP May Allan Vlnchura.Tom Por-
OR MONTH' IN NORTH CARO.f..IPIA AtaocialotZa.ph.: Collar Countv Florida tlon and bombings.
Truck drivtr wonted for roots 1100 'T, ELEVATION: D.n 'u"'und, H.yr.' (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Rumors circulatethat accounts of the Ole Mill rlollllll'lalsely terGeorge Uei rdon and Kenney
work. |aa dahvary' and watarconditionini CALL MI 11111 1110 II 1/.1.. By' INEZ MAQILL rvprccenlpd him as lead.
work Contact My". LOOK HEREI l.E IT! You wilt losia this 1bodoom Dam'tv CI.' Negroes will begin demon Ing a sturli'iit charge agalnM Schryver.
akka L, P. Caa MI 2 4SJf fun. "0"" .. 711 An. Juno I. II II it Ht4 #ltl trattng again. The John Elliott Bloodino-
U.s. mamhals., The Aurl.ted
03ZStTTic Wondering where) to go drsofl 0,.. Ho. li.pI.o. n.... 59-Acrg. Negro leaders have expressed bile will be at the Naples Wo
"ang.r .noo' front sod now S.. Gall ""001. MI 2 U". IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T". Pre., which will prevent Ha
SI nmsiij man. Hutchison. Tirs With your car probltmi ? aftsr I PM SOttOnoasd'ioa DISTRESS! Owntr nttdamonyl TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN dissatisfaction with the Com evidence following Walker's wit. man's Club Wednesday from
pod SOttiry. 1053 5th AvI. $0. II ..,... J450 total AND FOR COLLIER' COUNTY,
Fin all Paint Job. munlty Affairs Committee, It
Factory and Thurs-
1/1.51 bedroom houae price Collar County Real Ea FLORIDAIN neaMs, nays Its accounts were noon to 6:30 p.m.
W.nl.d 5..yo. Party CKTn Wrecka RtbuiltTvneup furmahtd City' water. neer late MI 1311. Open undaya' CHANCERY" ha* only advisory power and fair and accurate reports day from 8 to 10 45m. to accommodate -
and' Rodman long tarmwork Trail and achool Three to I/IO.1f IN THE MATTER OF they criticize Mayor Albert
o'.n' choosE from Rtatonable rateaFrom "Bring your flog tent
on For apEintmant Front end gnmant, THE ADOPTION OF your donors.
call Marco bland" |SI to lii per mo Ml KAREN LYNN MIODLEBROOM Boutwell for not acting on the and .klllft said Walker in a
.n Corporal Ml Motor Overheul I 400*. H W Wtlkma 5/1P.II 65-Gen. Real Estate a minor committee recommendations. Thursday afternoon from 1:30

7 UI. I/lUl Yranemiet rebuilt I ......... coli... completely, fur CASE NO Hi "If demonstrations begin special film, shown to ttm jury p.m. to 5:30 p.m. It will be at
LubricbtuonSrpbiu, n..11. 1 blka from beach I TO: JAMES AUTHOR during cross examination Thura
GET THE KEY TO A HOME the Fire Station In Immokalee.
blOt from p,ar Available, until HOMES not lout IIou.... but MIDDLEIROOKSRaadtnca again this year Negro leader day. J A, Couch, an A * 16-HelpAvailabU Poliali A Wa Dec I. Ml 14011 "",MI homea. The kind that need ( Unknown ship will find It very difficult to attorney presented cvi. "

TyaTaolaalttrJulyltlrirrao,' Don I look any furthere 1 ahed I bdrm houae furniinad with carport or unfur. only: I/t family them to into grace warm themond CHARLES You Sri B htrtby HAOLEY' not hit,f.td Mad that aPatition (ay one word of caution In the device thai ho film, wae part of C.'" h asked Walker why he

U (. Navy Vtttran 20 rxalo y.ornsc.Cite .* rival. ..I.... Cell Anderaon on friendly heven of p0. utah comfort In ISis abova atylad' court face of the mayor's treatment of a D.llaa news CMiferHiri- went to Mlsklsglppi aller a (e*
tiva duty Whita MI t SOlO and spiritual bliaa for tho adoption 01 tIm minor dId
Ironic technician licantad by.' Ingram Chevrolet. Inc a/ttf h.lp ou start ....b.nl your Mayws named tharain' and you sri raojuirod the recommendations," aid Dr "PI.t.| 17, four days before the rlci f>( federal court orders dl.
U.. Virim Itlanda' Gosm.mw.t Quail houaa. completely' fur HOME TODAY Lucius Pitts >r*ldtTit of Mlllla
aa tltctricitn and IM SON It. N. Ml. HIM mahed I block from beach Call to slow caua why OIl atma [ rh... reeling Mgte' and local officials

ar ClimE Eng naar on Cablo: Ttn.I.II.on. N..'.. Fie MI 14071 l/ltf I ..ed'00"" l" bol". should a copy' not of your bt granttd wnttan dtltnata by' aarvmg. if College. "1 (awlS It's an original phr.Mtaa nut tn interfere' with the admls.

Constructoil.. FlOld CluE Su.ront.ndonl EsgusOsr LAKE PARK bedroom I' Smoobsudo, 12.000 any' upon tha f rm of SHEPPARD A But Arthur Shores a resiectaed far aa I am runr-rrnmJ," Ilclll lIt Negro stuffcnt, James

To-Oil.' Prscns.v Plant.Dosiro bath heuae unfurniehed Contact "ANDERSON. Attornaya at Law 1410 Negro attorney said the W.Jker aatd. auj meant hey Merixllth to the university
44 Mobile Homes I badrooms. S ballis,
Lucille 0111.DEWEY Otan (trett. Fort Myara" Florida
robocOts Naplst willIsmity. committee "at leaM "
Oaoa, Av. 111.100 give us a would nosed 1 thought that
dare It
uimr to was .bso.
Avaulabli for ntsrvulw and by' filing tha or g nal tharaofwith ( My
Room U'. Howard JoIInoon Mo. 10 5 SO Ikyl. nt Tra.Itr. A rCond POLLY bsdroomo .lb.I". tInt Clark of sad Court by' tha chance to air our grlevamea" Bird Hhlng to ,"t." lutily wrong to use mllltanonis '
t... .. Pla. Plot ,.f... 'tionmg Rtatontblo for Und day' of Jun.. IIM otharwuaa Some while also
N.pl. Coconut Gov. 111 M* crlticl/e """oj fls\ ( Amerlian
a : to rally around? in
neat. (/1 tUnancumborad ctth or ttrma Ml 2 1204 or Ml REALTY dacraa may' b anttrad d againal you .t troops, a
lady' withIn po I UU. /1I.'t BY APPOINTMENT PLEASE ...ntn. and. adoption Boutwell for loil'f sctlon Co.<'h asked Walker ,gi"pJ.Walki tlrKtly Mvlllan: problem and I

nOon aa companion houtaaatp T-i1... wIlt CO 'n' inc tmY Corner of lat Ava Uo t WITNESS my h asdandsaa I of Says the ma} ... Eacollont charactar rtltrancaa port I smys,.S ., 5i5. Nco ID.ODlisiI. Tarn,ami Trail Sal Naplac South and Modal said Court at Naplt. Florida thin derlng m re w "/i:-' jfalltrpenow tl''
madt i 4' what I
Protar living in Mid. "I 2 IllS or 2 27" Ml 143S4 Homea on d aplayAtaociatoa". Iflh day' of May' 595.4MARGARET in iws 'uiicri'iui"" dtuIuid,11 Walker
wan J7J5I. iU2t u, II FOR RENT T SCOTT than be!'>r* I feel we're In Jatkv ird Oxli/ id, Mlsa '..Id.FLORIDA .
: Clark of tha CirCuit CourtCLERKS
I bedroom home located InAejuaiene
'- -
45 Trailers For Rent olio,.. on the water. Lucille' Otta Virg I MtrcumBob ( SEAL --d---------r
23-MiBC. For Sat* This home la completely, fur. JaigorDEWEY By INEZ MAQILL .r
mined Priced. for only' OIlS 00 Doputy' Clark '. "f
I Gala City' awning typt Trailer* |l a weak. with TV on 1/.11/ DatA T. slow. call POLLY May' II tl Juna I It IH4 : IH !
wood wlndowtilt with .....n.. fit a watk Space $I week U" 000. .fftJIJ
31" U" Elcoll.nt CDII'ditusn. Rock Creak Trailer Park REALTY IN THE: CIRIUIT COURT 0' THE i
REALTOR. 12' till Aol 10. 4
I Coro-r of lit Avo u. 4Tarnuaml AND FOR COLLIER' COUNTY ,

Trail FLORIDAIN .: _
50-Rooms For Rent "I 24350 CHANCERY"
J HO 2050
I Cjjivstm oulil proaia DuLF HENRY KRElING _
lor ledy' Clote t* botch and Pl.,01'f' .
hopping center. Cell before PUBLIC NOTICE Va
noon or evening Ml 14531 JAMES LAND and

LEGAL NOTICE huaband and w fa
51-W ntedToRent --
RoOd la hereby' g,van that a PubIc ,
WANTED 4tOMOOM" UN Hamming will be held" .by the JOYCE LAND
FURMtHED, HOUSE CLOSE C'ty' Count I on Wednetday'. June You JAMES LAND and JOYCELAND. ,
IN YEAR" ROUND BEOINNINO 17, IIM at II 00 A M al the City or. hereby' not,f,.d that ( :
H.II'U Oil .1..... South Ntplat
a Complaint ta ?foraclot a s rttmortgag : .
SOS 404 CORAL GABLES MFLA for the parDons of htaring cam. on Iii follow'ng ...<_, bad
I/I.If piainta or ebiect.one to tha following property". to w'tLota ,
amendment of the Zoning Ordnance It and II of tb.t'tuun ,
of the City' of Napiet Fiord. aubdvaon known aa :at LEE ,
52-Reil EttatB Wanted Ion,ng of th* following dttcr bdproperty CO GARDENS .cc.,4'S t the .
Unit At The Moor. .. -
ng map or plat' thtraof rtf >rdtd _
Ht,e ._ M ...h. ...0 ) City' of Napit' Fiat (tot I ptga <>( (haPubl u
bedroom houae *... of Trail Blocka 10 II II and II ..c Rcrda of C, .' JI
Ml I Mil (/lIOt, "D" (,...,. Family' D,ttr.tt. Fiord -tee 4\\ :

Block i has lain IIsd agantat /' end 1' /
"fMult'pi* Dwelling D,atrict If F- .-
are reo.uired t ois'v I a > .
'4-Tra'fe: or Sell you' Anawtr or Pleat "g i' th* y_;_ .0.04v ___
Block 14 Lot. t thru II A Cample on th. pi*....." a at* _
W.II tradlsquit v' .n "aus ParS "Ca" (,ngie' Family' D,Hncl ntt HIXON HIXON t CROw: t.
IlOU' So. bauM in Ctlo' Coos'to Block 14. Loot tl 22 and IIF LEO P 0 Ban 013. Nipitt F liudiand
Cult MI ,,,1. 0/Ott oo Mult,pie, Family D..CI. lule I tow or.g"*i 4a*
Block 14 Lots 24 and tl Pi* d ng H th* oft,ce >t';"* f lark
"0" Mult pie Dwelling D,. Of '. Circuit Court !. btfor
57-Houw For Sal* tnctBlocka Ill lJ,. day *f Joni H4 "f' I
II and II f*"i t* d* t*. |u"fT>t< bi "'" '' _
huNts NAPLES ;"G." Mult,pi* Dwll rg 0* w,11 ta taboo tgt ntt jr". Ie I"
f _.oom. I bath. Florida. ,OC, ..'.al dtmandtd 'n tit ,>mpTn
room I.... living room Com Block |7.. 't net ce shall ba publ.>nad ta
pittoly' furnthed 104' I lit 1 ghborkeod' happing lads wttk for four i', ttft
lot. All fit for only' HMO Dittr ctARCHIE wtttt in th* COLLIER '.OUNTY
(74 MIl Av*. 50 Mil-4741Aaaoc ATTEST. DONE AND ORDERED at En'
,ate*: II. Lehman. Nap'a* Florid. ("'. *5th ti, >f
Oa* Burglund Zaipha Mtyre' City' Clerk May' IH4
_ _
\ \ /7.Irl.m May n Jun* It |H4 clIO "MARGARET. TnT
: w1oo.w, __ Clerk

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1 CltfkHIXON -' -v" "

1 NIXON 4 CROWLCYBy SI'ONf.FS: ; : Jrd.r: l'Angelo) and Sharon McCall brighten
t'Ads 'a/ William 0 M ion
"What else have been to besides lie,. I Read the Want f J
you up ,, I Attorney to* plaintiff nn nd" i II Florida! Pu\'il on'. information center at
'' IF O Be 111
Inc a florW Want Ad": .. ..- .5 N..''*. Florid t t\ 1111' un Aiiuatfc animal characterized: by

.May. a 29. June ( I) tONI Slid ,II 'ni<'turn You know what girls arelOll .

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CQLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday. Jane 12. 1961 I



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AERIAL VIEW of the newly completed Tahitian TAKE A LOOK AT THIS EXCITING MENU

Alligator. Cove Congress Inn here shows the lengthy resort Pact. .

(tr continued from pig 1, facility as it extends out into the Bay of Naples. (Continued from page 1))

"Alligator Alley" has a go The city pier can be seen in the foreground The agreed the new pact was not to FROM THE ISLAND HUT (and look at those prices!
ahead( green light\ $2,250,000 luxury resort inn is scheduled to open be considered a peace treaty

County Attorney Jamei R. officially July 1, although the owners, in a feverish and therefore created no new
Adam* expressed the same en. last-minute drive got many accommodationsready critical situation

thuslastic response to the good in time for last week's Shrine Ceremonial. The Soviet premier, his voice --4 2.ft {
news, but quickly turned to hoarse from speaking said the
the next steps In "getting the treaty would be signed "In a maine lobster shrimp with Chinese
ball rolling." Deeds for about said the agreement was that few hours"
50 per cent of the rights-of. such bonds could not mature Naples Jaybees He said It reflected the desire (canton style) 4.5O vegetables . 2.95"A

way are already in the hands earlier than 1991. Planning BanquetThe of Socialist states to work to. etltrfyl nd sad tart tkrlH. Large Altai tad erf**,
of the County Commission but The reply is, the court said, gether, and provided for nonln. Traly i ran iirtn.imlcir" iillfiL SiiM mi mart tender vtf itibli to i ..utII.wst.l1ac Hue*.
Naples met wit the magic. .( end ktrbt I m ,
Jaybees spleen
"That to say such bonds must a spectfl meta
not recorded. Recording these terference in the affair of one
shrimp sweet and sour 2.95
deeds will be an immediate step. mature not earlier than 1991 Is Thursday night for the first regular another. He spoke at a Soviet.

County Engineer Harmon Tur. not to say that they can mature summer meeting of their German friendship meeting in maine lobster pan . 4.50 Jmbi ikrtmp dlpptd I II our *tf titter lid sailed wit
ner reported at a recent meeting later than 1993. Board of directors. A special the Kremlin. luirtid vegetables ta t.r ewe talnrUbli IMC
of the Commission that numer. "We contest that to us the Ian.guage membership drive was discussed "The unsettled German ques. Frtiklf' ikilltd.. Main libittr It agile prepared wilt MackJSPIRIM
Muskrtsiis.. bimlm" Beet, outer ckiitiirtiut pompano (when available) 2.75
of the resolution
and the
ous other deeds had been pro and plans for t banquet for tlon can absolutely unexpected.
mlsed pending the court decl. explanation of the appellee are all new members are In their ly provoke a catastrophe. If we lies cut tiftUblii. A crltpid ud dtllfhtM dtlltiti flit cult wilt Cilitttwfitablii.

slon. Adams said, he expected not clear early stages The fishing tour want to avoid It, sooner or later .
these deeds to be forthcoming ". ,w, are Inclined to adopt nament Is booming with tile help statesmen will have to muster shrimp with-lobster sauce 2.95 butterfly shrimps . 2.95
the view of the appellees that!
In the immediate future. enough courage to appraise
Adams said the Commission the validity or Invalidity of of plenty of good fishing, it was soberly the really existing situation Large wbltt Seeder shrimp ta i ncctltnt lobster IIKI. Jmnbt Bull Urlmp.. wedded with trip kacti ut i dilkhmpllllpplt

expected possibly 98 per cent of such) bonds should be left to reported. ," he said."Formalization. Truly, 11111 upiritnci. UHCI.
the land needed for the rlght-of. a later day The next meeting will beheld of the actual.
way will be deeded in the near "So this decision Is not to be next Thursday at 7s30 at the ly existing situation that has al.
future. A small percentage of const ued a* any adjudication of Recreation Center. ready taken shape It the only
land owners will suffer con si. the validity or Invalidity of such point In question. This would

derable damage when the right. bond." Two PoolHoppersAdmit not demand any sacrifices or almond duck 2.96 boneless chicken . 2.75
of.way is taken. Appraisals will Finally the court said, complaints losses from either side"
Plum* teeter lint Mind bird especially mulcted fir Hibmtlfyl TIU tinder eklekii kinds
uirtid h
I witirtkiitiirt
about the provisions for
be made of this damage and The Soviet Union, East Ger.
Adams believed the owners will reimbursing the State Road De. Gas TheftsWhen many and the other Communist brtuti. heed, succeed with rare tplcii, ,mar ad tipped with Hi ,Wind. Htf diNcIni mast-
pressed nd tea crispid t delectable! bit
ttrllllnf rice .uc.
partment for upkeep Is solved by four Naples youths went and
cooperate at the appraisal fl. countries have struggled eristic Ciralibid, with ilmindi and tender |rti* tnimind
gores explaining that the money wouldbe pool hopping Thursday night they will struggle for a German .
served wilt Ming" keng plum MUM. chicken tahitian
Commission Chairman repaid through tolls which got more than they bargained for. peace settlement and normallza. . 2.75

Polly and Commissioners Dewey A.C. will continue after the bonds are Police received a complaint tlon of the situation In Wes chicken maHii, 2.50 Tindir r cklcEii I wrt. ii impirtid i; Ftrmiu hack i Myiknimt; ,

Hancock and Pet Doub were not retired. authorized shortly after midnight that un. Berlin on: this basis, he added trust if taster ckkkn with Unity cut crisp ut crack- oats ehirUnrtt, bunbH shots i.d tiidir gnu Him
persons were swim. At fie to
available for comment on the mine in the Yacht one point digressed' tlnf CbiRit vegetables end batten ", ...,.....
news Club Pool. accuse Communist China ol chicken sweet and sour 2.85
Bryant Says When police arrived two of the wanting a world war In order to chicken hawaiian
Watkins 2.75
Henry B. Jr. who
swlmmmer fled but police spread communism but depend. PlKtt if ckkkti relied 'In freak m kitttr nl seabed
was chairman of the Com mis. found Donald Little, 18, and a fog on the Soviet Union to win thicken nested with inn bill pepper, pineapple thank wltb golden pineapple chunks and train pippin ta ear
lion at the time machinery WAS. Feds Not NeededIn juvenile swimming there the war. selected SpiNlik intone' ind large rip timitut special metes
actually set in motion to build

the cross.state highway was St. AugustineTALLAHASSEE the From four had them driven they to learned the pool that In will"When use we all have our a Influence chance, wt sc chicken with mushrooms 2.76 chicken lotus . 2.85almond
"mighty happy to hear the
the juVenll*'* car After wait. there will be no war," Khrushchev Cbfcben with yiunt (tldei buttes tkiiti and tender Shad white cblckii nut Mid. bkkirj seed
news. (AP) coy lug for a time the other two declared.A wklti n.ibrtMii", cimbintd", will crlllcbJ water cbtitnuti.chow Smltbfltld, kirn cooked wilt Ml meats tl the lets Virginia llrj.
CALLED MEETINGThe Farris Bryant said he has as. kwiinmers( Thomas Moore, 17, man would have to be In.
gal ken . 2.96
cured federal authorities that and Kenneth
18 sane to call for In the
late Wlnford Jones, for. reap. war time sub gum chicken . 2.50
mer County Commission chair. florid. Is willing and capable of peared. of nuclear weapons, he went on, Thinly sliced tender chicken' with lemmas black n.ikrum -
man was a staunch backer of the controlling the race troubles In Upon questioning the four, Lit. saying that the bomb that de. tender kimbu sheets, water cbntiutt Mi Our Mitt fimeii dint..: Tea Infndlintt mate Ibis uriciffiriiif
highway, and in early I960 call. a. Augustine.At tie and the juvenile admitted to stroyed Hiroshima is now cpn: ChlMi vegetables. tkt tpeelalty .' tkt ......
.d a meeting of officials from the' a news conference Thurs. officers Jerry Winebrenner and sldered a toy and -who knows
two counties Involved, Indian Re. day, the governor said he had Charles E. Jones that they had what a 100-megaton bomb would! chicken leilani 2.96 island hut chow mein. 2.75

servatlon representatives, and not asked the federal govern syphoned gas from cars |In the do? A .plNippli delicately tcicpid id. replaced' wttk the This It ear awl Tthitiin cbew rash prtpiiri b ear awl
State Road Board members.whlchwas ment to send help. vicinity of the fishing pier dur. Khrustuhev said the United kriiiti if tee cblckitt topped wilt shredded cecimrt, special nclpt. (Sears wbtft li III!!)
held at the Beach Club. The But he said he was staying In lug the past two weeks. States claims It has enough nu. t

cross-state highway, later named "frequent communication with clear weapons to kill each Rus.
them so that they will not act on slan three times.
It also
net Everglades Expressway, and says, "
till later tabbed "alligator any assumption that wo are no' Says Rain Hid Khrushchev added, that the So. "rT.

alley" by opponents appeared a willing or capable of doing the Two viet Union has enough nuclear beef . 2.96 steak Polynesian . 4.75
job that we set out to do" Stop Sign, to kill
weapons each
lost cause when It was learnedat Bryant said that he would do onte. Selected prime but ilkn if time fiiit evil milibli.wilir Tire tindtrttt if the tlrliln strip dais hi i miA-heyear.
that meeting no federal fundswould Cars Collide chestnuts, bimbu chants and white .
whatever. Is required to main. "We don't cap nubnims. commit deep brews mice tapped wilt fresh psif iprhtfMltnt
be available to build It. need any more
This disk It island hurtle it ,
M aid Cbiittt
A blinding rain which reyilty. ftftUblii.
although obscur. ,
But supporter of Ute new high lain peace In Ct. Augustine than that, he commented as
he said he probablywouldn't ed his vision of a stop sign was an audience
coast way U were king of the the east"never.say.die" and west. be nuking any public blamed by Rodney C.Earnshaw applauded.of 6,000 laughedand :' lotus beef. . 2.95 oyster beef . 2.05

type and the work con. announcement about It "Be. 411 Sixth Street, South for an Diced prim kill and Virgule' Smltbfleld bam cooked milt hnptrtid cysts mace aid prim dices if beef ttiderWi
tlnued. The State Highway De. cause I really feel that this kind accident at 2.15: Thursday after the cut meats tl the less III,. delicately nand Md muted, traty .,Ic."...
,pertinent joined In with Collier of thing stir up rather than noon at the corner of Mooring. LATE SPORTS
and Broward County officials quiets" Line Drive and Crayton Road. vegetable beef 2.95 mushroom beef 2.05
England (AP)
surveys were made, cost es. He said he anticipated further Noel Acosta of Miami was -Martin Christmas, 24, British Slices if tindtriiii if but wltk chopped Chum '*f- Seem wkrtt wlictid Mikraems coked wttk prime titdirliii -
tlmated and the toll road pro. marches In St. Augustine driving east on Mooring Line Walker Cup player, defeated table, mingled stilt spires and line ..".. M kit sake, water tktitiitt tid.baby kseilM
"We can't prevent the throw, drive when Earnshaw, going
its ikiett.tomato .
pool was on way Bob Sweeny, the sole American
InC of a stone or Incident of this south on Crayton Road, failed
Construction will start follow. steak 2.95
survivor 6 and S In pepper
beef 2.05
and drove
log acquisition of all rights of- kind completely because we to ship at the sign finals of the British
cay and the letting of contracts. would have to line the walks, Into the i oath! of Acosta' car Amateur Golf Championship. Frisk iambi green kill peppers sliced, with print tindirIII Fritb cimtryfrtwi oirtind tieiititt simmered hi i
Official have set a December ,But assum ng that the marchers according to police reports lIe il kilt and blindid with Cbiniu vegetables delectable, mice wits tllcid prime tiidirtele if beef
target date to start construe. give us notice of course and was given a ticket for falling
blond| time, we anticipate that law and to yield the right of way. 4
Perhaps in early 1966 car order will\ be maintained." Damage to the Acosta car' was Ammo Dump F
trucks and alligator will be On another subject, Bryant estimated at $300 and at $900to >>
able to travel the link extend. said that he and the Democratic the Earnshaw car Officer pork sweet and sour 2.5O pork and water chestnuts 2.75

Ing Radio Road eastward acres nominee to be Florida's next Gary Young made the Invest Blast Rocks ; Tiidirliln if flung porters dipped I.I frtik iff ktttir, Tinder water cbittiirtt and .elected yeenf"1 tmdtr pert
Collltr to tie in with Highway governor, M.1VN' Haydon Burnsof igatlon for the Naples Police ciokid I I. ear eec wiy and then muted with tarp chmkif

27 at Andytown and on to Fort Jacksonville, attended nart o< Department Santo Domingo' pldi Hawaiian pineapple t4 fish grit pippen par k and Chinese greens 2.76

Laudtrdale. the national governors' confir. Water cktitiirts. tender pet pedt, celery nitkreMit,
ence together in Cleveland.He Spsnitk' '' iniint lid tindirliii if ,.rt.
FIRMLY UPHELD said that they talked Infor. South African SANTO DOMINGO, D.>nllnl. pork and snow peas 2.75 and mixed
can Republic (AP)-ExploMons pork greens. 2.75
mally and In a very general .
The legality of toe bond Issue about the matters transferring way Saboteurs Get rocked military ammunition Tindir young pods cookid with kuf. slice if Spaiisk Celery iniint, baby bit tpnits.gnu pippin, Obtainirtint
was upheld firmly in a decision the office to Burns. dumps across the Ozama River inlet and selected young perk end sweet tender pert
written by Justice Elwyn Thom. from Santo Domingo through
at and signed by Chief Justice tlon"We did establish an assocla. Life SentencesPRETORIA the night. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ((4 p.m. 'til closing) (Sundays 2 p.m. 'til closing)
will permit us to ax.change .
X. Harris Drew and Justices B. Officials said four persons
K. Roberts, Mlllard CaldweU and views. a* he feel that South Africa were killed and 112 wounded.
ne needs to know anything that THE COVE Restaurant &
Richard Ervln. I (AP-The eight defendants in Flames set by the blasts still LoungeI
State Supreme Court action is might be able to tell him, I the South African sabotage trial raged today preventing firemen .
Jhe nlal stage in bond Issues in will be glad to do It." escaped the death penalty to. troop and police from I Breakfast Luncheon Dinner

Florida. day All were sentenced to life getting close to the dumps.
The issue was challenged on Circuit Judges Imprisonment The explosions caused dam. <

several grounds, mainly Lawyers Here Death sentences given earlierto age In the city sse loeAad $225W
1. Whether the gasoline tax r.. three opponents of South Af. Donald Reid Cabral of the
fund of one county could be used For 2-Day Meet rlca's racial laws had caused a government junta said three .p

to build I highway in another About 79 lawyers and the six storm of protest abroad. The and possibly five dumps at the
2. Whether additional bonds, of Wait 'til taste SPECIAL CXKCTAOJBTECUL
Circuit Judges of the 12th Jud. U.N. Security Council on Mon. army's 27th February bar. you
Issued after the first bonds were iclal Circuit convened It a two. day adopted a resolution appeal. rati:* ,WJrI destroyed He aaldInvestators Luncheon Cocktails Ope.-raee Maik ludwlc
,retired in 1991, could legally ma. day meeting at the Beach Club tag to the South African govern. were trying to de. ourdelicious
after 1993 the cutoff date 55c $1.75
jure this afternoon ment not to execute the three termlne the cause There was

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