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 14, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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).
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A few (totaled showers through bt l June IS 4:51: 1:3t 1:40: 10:48

Sunday Otherwise fair. Low In t' oher{ d June 11 1:4' 4:11: 11:00: 11:4'

the low 70s High Sunday 90 to -4 June 11 ':3$ ':35 12:31
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? June II 1Z2 0:05 12:17 1:55
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SUNDAY JUNE 14, 1964 20 PAGES 10 CENTS 40th Y AR NUMBER 220

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'GOP Not Reactionary earI' 55,' He Says

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Scranton Fires Salvo

: ( : : p : '4'"Ii.a At t Barry's PhilosophyBy


'; JACK LYNCII nectlcut State Republican Con. solve problems In Cuba, Berlin,
vention, attacked the reported Southeast Asia, Africa, and Red
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) view of Sen. Barry Goldwaterof China, with French President
'l The Republican party has to Arizona, leading candidatefor III.front Charles de Gaulle, on care for
) make it clear to the American the top spot on the GOP na the aged, civil rights and] mass
people "It does not oppose So. tlonal ticket next fall. transportation.NO .
elal Security, the United Na. Without once Identifying Gold.
:tft' tlons, human rights and a sane water by name, but referring LONGER RELUCTANT
nuclear policy," Gov. WilliamW. frequently to the senator as runner, the Republican Regarded as a political mod.
6 Scranton said today as he "the front runner," Scranton party wonders how It will make crate, Scranton drooped! hits re.
opened| his campaign for the said the party's heritage of clear to the American people luctant candidate posture Fri.
,. GOP presidential nomination.The dynamic conservatism has beentwllt.d that it does not oppose Social day to oppose Sen Barry Gold.
Pennsylvania governor, In Into a cruel misunderstanding Security, the United Nations, water of Arizona at the GOP na.
public a prepared speech to the Con. of how the American human rights and a sane nuclear tlonal convention In San Fran.
call economy works." policy," Scranton added. clean next month.
[ Yeager Scranton, who flew here with He charged that the party's
After his surprise declarationat
who Another Solid his wife, Mary, and two of his "past mission serving America the Maryland GOP conven.
four children, told the Connect with a strong foreign policy has
medical tlon Scranton flew home and
cut Republicans been recklessly turned Into a
Week At called together top aides and
( photo) Naples "We have now reached the philosophy of shoot from the
advisors to his strategy.The .
stage on the road to San Fran. hip, rather than think from the man!
. .... Building Cisco where, not only candor, head. A small but vocal minor. outlook was for a whirl
Dept.Naples wind tour over the next four
but our party's future well.being Ity has too often made our party weeks
demands that we frankly put sound naive, Irresponsible, reac.
BANK Building Official Elect out in the open| some disturbing tlonary and heartl...." "I am determined to go allover
Pinkston signed $167,013 worthof elements that have too long been Scranton also used the occa. this nation to win the nom.
[ BANE building permits In the week swept under the rug" don to take a few pot shots at Inatlon," Scranton said
( just ended and Issuance of a Scranton, 46, who served one the Johnson administration. He "We'll do a terrific Job and
$582,500 permit to the City term as a congressman before asserted the Democrats failed to take this country by storm."

for street and drainage Improvements becoming governor In 1962,
ceptance."I. made the week's Jumped Into the GOP preslden.tlal .

grand total $749,513. race Friday In a speech to Construction
Maryland Republicans. lie County
Malpln Inc. of Venice have
4 came here In quest of Connectl.
Just begun on the street and cut's 16 GOP Convention del*.
drainage project, which should gates I
Naples ,be done by December. The second FACTS OF LIFE Heading For Big Month

phase of the two-part, $1, lie listed what he called three
: Wednes -
450,000 program will go. out tarts of life for the nation's Re.
to receive for bids next prtnj. The publicans to consider The Collier County I'.ulldlnf coming $8,200for H.jr ./.

with the project Is financed by the 1963 "No, 1, II is a fact that In the Department Is on Its way to a ,, Shores Trailer port.
technical general obligation bond Issue highest councils of the present !good-sized construction total this ar.nce Habermehl's $18,000
( all volun front.running candl late It IS a month. residence at Goodland will be
First Florida Resource Corp.
hours. rather poorly kept| secret that In the first half of June, o/fl.! built by Michigan ConstructionCo.
plans to build a $70,000 residence I- William Inc will
B. Slone
all they plan, If successful at the orals Carl Clemmer and Casper
for Thomas D. Andersonat erect 000 residence
a $9, for
convention to write off the very Townsend have Issued $173,870
6SS Kings Town Drive. Ru- states our party must win," he worth of building permits. The Andrew T. Rogers at Gulf AcresIn
tenberg Construction Co. will said. total for the entire month of North Naples.
build a $20,346 dwelling at 737 "No.2, it Is s fait, that In too May was $260,085.Biggest Carl Anderson Is building a
Mooring Line Drive for S. many Instances candidates who permit Issued so far $15,000 residence at Palm River
Need Estates Ed Davis Is add.
Bruno. must run with our presidential 959
this month Is for a .square
ing a $7,800 second story to a
standard bearer this fall already
foot addition to the Hole. In.The-
Twin sisters will live In iden- North Naples motel owned by
have begun, as a matter of sur. Con.
Wall Golf Club clubhouse
tical houses located alde.byside A.F, Lemcke. Jim Walter HomesIs
vlval, to plan campaigns for Is build.
I tractor Dale Bremerman
on Windward Way In The building a $3,970 house at
themselves Independent of the
Ing It at s cost
Moorings the Building Depart- national ticket. Ochopee for Charles Class.

ment said. The twins are "No. 3, It Is a fart, that we Rowels Is the contractorfor U.S. Department of AgrlculU
at a dinner In Mrs. Leo J. Yunker and Mrs. have reached a ludicrous point a $29,800 house at 1mmo. sere has employed Bob Dean to
kalee for Foster Ordld GeorgeBaumrartn.r put up a 24 by 48-foot steel
where lealerIn
C. Crltes. every responsible
rose garden, George
s $21, $3,000at
our party knows, that to Is building storage building costing
to exchanged continuing Michigan Construction Co. stave off defeat In November s 000 duplex at Isles of Capri for the corner of SR 82 and Cork.'
build the residences. road northwest of Immo.
under. plans to make believe coating of moder. L.E. Hanson. screw ,
Mr. and Mrs. Yunker will live I allot must be shellacked over Whitaker and Nicholas are kalee. American llousecraft Is
with John. lna$15OOOhouseat2mWInd-I the views that have been uttered I Iby building a $9,000 residence In building a $2,700 addition to El.
ago at the LBJ ward Way, and Mr. and Mrs. I the present front runner 'Sorrento Gardens and I $7,000 mer Westberry's Immokalee
some people Crites In another$15,000dwelling "Because of the havoc that I house In the Bad Axe aubdlvt. home. C. Jurnlgan Is building
lion In North Naples Tom Abbott a ",1100 addition to Bob E11Uson's
accord as a at 2200 Windward Way. has I been spread across the na. I
would fade. j lonal; landscape by the present I t Is building a 533-foot sea. residence at Immokalee.LOOKING .
honeymoon Is Michigan also Is the cont rlCtor -
for residencefor
said. "We a $16,479
1900 Tar- '' e u Mk
state of mar. J.F. McCoy at "
Road. L. Kearney -
on trust, on pon George
Is building a $12,000 house

there can be .t 246111th Street North r
In until
Estimated cost of an addition -
"in peace
the home of
he said the to Eugene
her allies Ackerman, 1326 Yucca Road, !
open new ave. is 8000. A. Vernon Allen I
we shall work will do the work. Stoner and r
of Ideas to. Davis will build a $4,000 addition -
ward the East, to Improve relations to the Trlnlty-by-the- q
to lessen tension, to enhance Cove Episcopal Church, 633
the prospects of all of us GaUeon Drive.Russian .
.' living in this world with peace."
As for the Soviet-East German

'' treaty Erhard said there Is Fishing (

,1 r4' r... w nw hr nothing alarming In It, but he
.."'"" asked for vigilance and recon. Boat Sighted Near
firmatlon of the Western post
:1I. = tlon. Tarpon Springs T ( yti

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I. .t; ... MIAMI (AP-A Coast Quart "N
airplane was dispatched yester
\t. '.- ... Adults Needed day to observe a Russian flahlnf
trawler sighted In the Cult a

{ For Girl Scout son Mexico Springs: about 12 miles off Tar. y v'v'e I I' 11

Day Camp HereI Coast A spokesman Guard station at the said Ml am till $, t r rn

\ 31 I trawler: was dragging for fish
Adult volunteers are still nedid The vessel vas sighted at 8 a.m
to complete the staff for the i I((EST), he said.
Girl Scout Day Camp, accord. 4 1 y
tog to Mrs. Alice Timberlake, The spokesman said the Rue
'rrn neighborhood Girl Scout chair. slap vessel was In Internationa
man. As s result, she said, the raters.' "We're keeping an eyim
Naples service team Is compelled him," he said.

to announce that only He said It was not unu.uallola
girls from troops that are pro.
I Russian fishing boat to oper.
riding adult assistance will be
a. In
I ate that area.
permitted to attend the dayCamp
-- July 13.17. Tarpon Springs Is north of St.
s "This means that 11 Brownies Petersburg

from' Troop 31J will not be fib The St. Petersburg Independ. OVER THE SITE of the Fourth of July fireworks displayare

1I .",Brownies she explained from,Troop"and thatJev.n 272 |I mt said fishermen reported the from right, Mrs Earl G, Hodges, chairman of the Naples Junior

ulll\ not be eligible and these I Trawler, or ore similar to It,had Woman's Club Committee sponsoring the fourth annual community
1 been operating farther out In thefclf fireworks John Ledbetter of the American Legion which fur
-- --- ,Brownies will certainly be most ] project; ,
CIVIL DEFENSE DIRECTORS are shown carefully checking plans of llsappolnted One adult from each c: for almost a year nishes the manpower for the community spectacle; and Mrs. Walter

action for emergencies, which might arise during th" hurricane season 4 if these troops would make U The Independent said heavy Sturdevant, a member of the Junior Woman's Club committee. The

At left i fa Tommy Kehoe, county Civil Defense director, and at right, possible for Brownies" listed to VII concentrations:' reported! earlier of the trawlers between fireworks will be fired from the west end of the fishing pier with the

Robert Bender, Civil Defense director for the City of Naples. SeePage ome: to camp. edar;: Key and Apalachicola, portion of tne pier west of the bait house closed to the public. Funds rare

1-B, (See More Details, P. 9-B) j anther north In the Gulf being solicited to finance the "bang. (NEWS photo)


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Ike Welcomes Florida SlateUnaHected

Back Home Scranton In : rrl Scranton Bid By

,,) MIAMI (APPennsylvania
OnTheBus GOP ContestGETTYSBURG Gov. William Scranton's leaf!
'I() Into Republican presidential p .l.1

Pa. (AP) tics Friday apparently had little
(Last of a series) pletely across the road on an Former President Dwight D. s r_ .,aa, 1 a effect on Florida' COP conven
BY DAVID LYON overhead bar.Heading Eisenhower says he welcomesthe tlon delegates. The majority of

Not much spare time duringthe south, we see the east. entry of Coy William W. IT them remained unswervingly in
of Sen.
six-day vacation at home, bound arrow pointing the way Scranton Into the contest for the the camp Barry Gold.
and the days passed all too quick. for V& 24, U.s. 30, and Indiana Republican presidential noml. water.
ly. Soon It was time to board roads 14 and 37. The south nation, but he declined to 'om. IIi1 11UMftll" 1 !QI'E; hAp .a. s The Associated Press contacted .
the bus again for the 1,500. bound arrow beckons one to use mlt himself when four Pennsylvania 4 20 of the 34 delegate and all
mile return trip. U.s. 27, U.S. 33, and Indiana legislators asked him to of these said they had not
One of the highlights of that 1 and 3. The westbound arrow endorse the governor changed their positions. Sevenof
week was the baccalaureate sermon points out U.S. 33, U.S. 24, U.S. It WAS a busy day Friday for the 20 are committed to Gold.
delivered to 189 Coldwater $0, and Indiana 14 and 37. Eisenhower,as he also met here : water; five of 13 unpledged delegates .
High School graduates (my bro. Light rain begins at Ft. Wayne, with Maxwell M. Rabb of New v 1' r 4M1 said they favored Gold.
ther was one of them). The i Long delay at Indianapolis while York, a former White House M water.A .
bus line officials look at the crowd aide and national o co.head of the slate, Miami
speaker was Rev. Vernon T. now chairmanof r ; ioj I ,
Smith, pastor of the First Pres. waiting to board the Miami.bound the campaign committee of '. M1! : millionaire William Pawley said
byterUn Church. bus, and officials wonder If they Ambassador Henry Cabot ,\( ." 25 delegates were personally
Mr. Smith exhorted the grids should run a second section to Lodge. '. pledged to the Arizona senator
to avoid rushing Into hasty de. Cincinnati or have riders stand In Rabb told a news conference ", and at least four others announced .
clslons on Important matters, the aisles finally they decideto later that his organization was I VMP" they would vote for him
such as marriage "Don t de.Ada run the second section throwing its support behind ._ I 9t'inf at the convention.He .
( on your life male under the The same bus, No. 2986, that Scranton termed Scranton'i den
voonllght," he advised. "Say took me from Naples to indiana. "What I have done will be w. enth.hour bid "obviously an tt
yes" at high noon, when you've polls will take me south again. echoed In other moderate Re. fort to secure the nomination
tot your wits. After all, you We head out of Indianapolis an publican groups," he said. But If he had any real InterestIn
\touldnt say 'yes' to a used carsuesman hour late. New driver boardsat Eisenhower who listened to GIRL SCOUTS will contribute to the drive for It he should have shown it
In the moonlight; Cincinnati and wastes no time Scranton declare himself a can. blood donors when the by giving the people a chance to
mobile unit is here
And so to the bus for the 45. traveling through Kentucky In the dldate on the radio, Issued a Rogers PointsTo Barry Just 81 vote for him."
week. Scouts
who have made posters and will
hour ride. Note that In Mlchl. dead of night.Knowing statement saylngt COP state chairman Tom
gan and Indiana, railroad crossing the winding, queasy "For more than a year I have display them around town advertising next week's Brown of Tampa said as far as
warning signs are 509 feet road that lies ahead, I have only been arguing that the Republl. Savings In event are, from left : Peggy Coe, Shelly Stahlman, Votes Shy Now he was concerned the delegation
or more In advance of the cross. 'a glass of milk for breakfast can party would be benefited If Mary Bibee and Pauline Bibce. The unit will be would decide what was best for
ing, giving drivers ample room to I'at Corbln, Ky. Day dawns over. more leading Republicans would Foreign AidWASHINGTON at the Naples Woman's Club Wednesday from 12 Of NominationWASHINGTON Florida after It got to the con.
slow down and stop If necessary. I'cast. Little sunshine going north declare their availability for noon to 6.30: p.m., and on Thursday from 8 to ventlon.
In I'and coming back. office and take it Goldwater angered Brown be.
warning signs are ; upon AP
10am. )-Delegate I
D.C. --Congressman (NEWS photo)
nearer the crossings, and If We travel through narrow val. 'i themselves to express their total for the Republican national fore the May primary by choos.
you're traveling at a normal 'ley south Jelllco,Tenn. Muddy views concerning the develop. Paul Rogers saldthLs "convention Is continuing to swall, ing a rival slate of pledged del.
highway speed you have to hit 'and fast.moving stream below us lag political scene and the Is. week that he was pleased to despite Pennsylvania Gov. Wham egates to represent him. The rl
the brakes In a hurry. :'also southbound as we move along sues facing the nation. report that his amendment to Humphrey Sees Passage OfSenate's W. Scranton's entry 8o, val slate lost In the primary.
UA 25W: which was rut out of a ""in my judgment, free, fair the foreign aidprogramhas resulted the contest for the party's pres. Mrs. Dorothy Hunnicutt of Tal.
CROSSROADSIntersection \mountainside. We reach Knox. and active competition among In a reduction of $642 Identlal nomination. lahassee said she would not vote
of Clinton and vllle on schedule. party personalities Is not dl vi. million to date. The Arizona senator has 574 for Scranton under any condl.

Washington In downtown Ft. DOWN IN THE VALLEY live but ,to the contrary Is good "This savings not only affectS Rights Version first.ballot votes, just 81 short tlon. "He is more liberal than
for the health and vigor of the the overall size of of the the Southern people want," she
Wayne Is the crossroads of the Outside Etowah, we descend foreign 655 needed to nominal"*,

midwest Judging by the numberof to the floor of a valley, and party." aid", Rogers said," strikes! WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.Hub.rt may be right came before the according to The Associated explained.At least
K If In this conviction that I one delegate
highway directional signs. 1 low, wispy clouds bide the top welcome the entry of Gov.Rrrflnfnn sc Its most objectionable pan, H. Humphrey, Senate Senate adjourned Friday when Press survey of delegates pleased by Scranton'i was
There are IS signs strung com of the heavily-forested ridge to tvhnm. f kavA inns .... namEly rifts and prams" floor manager for the civil Sen. Allen J. Ellender, D.La., Another" 54 delegates were beIng ment. Mrs Janet Showalter announce.of
our left. Itinerary mifh. nf n.. announcement rights bUl said chosen at Republican con
.n Roger came yesterday there Is announced hearings on a food
mired, Into the contest for the Vero Beach said, "I'm happy to
ton Is different from that on presidential nomination of the as s result of his request to an excellent chan e the House stamp bill would open Thurs. ventlons today In Connecticut., see the convention Isn't
going to
New Idaho and Vlr.glnla.
northbound trip. will accept the version the Sen. Mexico
the Agency for Inte national Development "
Republican party. day.There be a one.man show, she said
We head east on U.s. 64 which ate Is working on now. had been an agreement
Going North? past Ocoee Dam and the lake > the aid program, administers for current "And I am confident" Hum. these sessions would begin as The AP poll, based on primary stood In a for previous Coldwater poll 1 g and delegates 18 said
election commitmentspledges
behind It. Signs Inform us that phrey said In an Interview soon as the civil rights bill was ,
we are on the Old Copper Road, ing signs on the road shoulders figures on the Rogers amend "There will be no further out of the way Humphrey said. Instructions or state they were unpledged.
'College junior going north now a smooth and well-marked are designed to discourage pe Information : changes of any substance." The Minnesotan laid action on preference gives this first bal. Some of the delegates favorIng .
Ito work for highway taking us through the pie from parking there the d U the Minnesota Democrat is amendments to the bill under lot breakdown Coldwater are publicly un
summer. most scenic country on the trip. before the Dixie 400 auto race. reply from that agency. correct on both counts, once the cloture, Imposed by the Senate Barry Coldwater 574 committed, however either on
,Good driver. Wants ride Onward to Ducktown and Copper. Slept through all of the Albany The Florida Congressmanthen bill Is passed by the Senate and Wednesday has been faster Nelson A. Rockefeller 131 theoretical grounds or because
hill, the top of the world rest stop and part of the noted that before his the House concurs, It can go dl. than expected Each senator William W. Scranton 92: they are rankled by his rejec.
2.2800 'tlon of the
Saturday eve. Mountains are bare In this one at Tallahassee Alter two. amendment was adopted In 1959, rectly to President Johnson to now is limited to one hour of Henry Cabot Lodge 46 party saute
ning. area, which has seen ex. nights going up and two coming foreign aid requests for gifts be signed into law. speaking time on the bill and Margaret Chase Smith 15 "We were elected" as an un.
tensive strlp-mining for cop. back, I'm getting used to sleep. and grant aid had reached $I, However if the House does all amendments Richard M. Nixon 14 I'Charles delegation R. Fischer said Mrs.
per. Red-orange smoke comes Ing on the bus 041 billion for that not accept the Senate changes, The Senate Is In session todayas Favorite sons 110 of Clear.
lie said water. "We
out of a big copper refinery's Day breaks at Inverness, and year. the bill will go to a conference the leaders try to push the Uncommitted 217 have a mandate from
smokestack. In downtown Cop. the sun Is shining like It ought that the full effects of the committee to resolve differ. bill along. The Connecticut state COP''the voters to keep an open mind

i Title Companyof perhlll, the Fabric Center advertises We pass by signs proclaiming amendment are now being felt ences In the versions passed by Friday 11 changes proposedby convention at Hartford was ex. 'until we have listened to the
a "clearance sale on Maryland Avenue urban-renewal and that proof may be seen In\ the House Feb. 10 and by the Southerners were rejected pected to Include four pro-Gold- candidates at the convention."
Naples all cloth." In this remote spot project In Tampa. Strains of that requests for gifts and grant Senate. The result could be de and two minor changes accept water delegates In Us 16.mem.
gasoline sells for three cents Beatles' hit record "I want to aid this year have been reduced lay or even stalemate. ed by the bill's managers were her delegation Gov. Scranton
I ABSTRACTS ESCROWS less that the 365 day. a. year hold your hand" greets us as to $405 million "We have been in the closest agreed to by voice vote. addressed the convention Saturday Returns Home-
Peppard Bldf. price that prevails In Naples.In we enter Tampa bus terminal "This Is still too much mo .I j consultation with House leaders, in his first speech since he House Stolen

Fifth Ml lMJIMl Art So.W'J'8 Georgia, we cross narrow early Sunday morning. ney," Rogers said,"but It does? and we feel the bill as It now announced his cadldacy.
bridges across Turnip Town Many of downtown Tampa's show ,that progress Is being stands Is acceptable to them," Virginia Republicans are FLINT, Mich. (AP) "My
Creek and Talklngs ock Creek. streets are praved with bricks.. mad Humphrey paid. Summer TV choosing lOat'large delegates to house has been stolen," an Indignant .
,' Further
)I Railroad cars at Tate are load No potholes. Gasoline costs eight, proof msjjh He also"expresses 1 t confi'dence'the '( go with 20 district delegates caller told the Genes!I
NaPlw In'ttot the ifamtK of QMi4tries ,
J ed with big blocks of white mar. cents less In Sarasota than In> 4Ma ;tlirwin' gel to"Johnson1 be." Two district delegates favorable I(County sheriff's office Friday
Ile. ble. Stark roadside scene presented Punta Gorda. We enter LeeCoun. receiving foreign aldglve fore Congress quits for the Re. Plugs Beamed to Goldwater were picked Fri. Sure enough, the four-room
by crumbling brick fire ty, home 01 the old two-lane bridge sways In 1959 was 41, as com publican National Convention, day bringing his total to I g. frame house In Grand Blanc

place and part of a chimney, all with four.lane approach and new pared to 14suchcountrlesnow- which opens July 13 In San Into OrlandoThe township purchased by Floyd
that remains of what once was fourJane bridge with twoJane an overall reduction of 27coun- Francisco. Ray was missing.Not .
a house where people lived. approach. We cross Caloosahat. tries." "I hope the President can Greater Naples Chamber only was the 24.by.24 foot
t Outdoor art show In public chee via the latter. Not all of Congressman Rogers' sign It on the Fourth of July, of Commerce's summer te. Tourists. home gone but so was Its loon
square at Marietta. Threaten.. Cleveland Avenue is paved yet. amendment directs the U.S. giving a brand new meaning to levlslon advertising program be. datlon. And the septic tank and
APdf1EATRE $ ing weather, so exhibitors have Entering Collier County.I know government agencies administering that day," Humphrey laid I,gan -Friday with a number of (Continued from page 1)) I property had been graded over.
draped clear plastic over the we must be getting close to Naples foreign aid to make specific House leaders privately agree ,one.minute commercials promo. and drink purchased In stores,
paintings. of Atlanta on the now. Look at all them "youain't plans to reduce and ter that action can be completed i ting Naples beamed to Orlando. 771345. Amusements, 974194. Everyone NEWS
Reads The
expressway temporary no.park. seen nothing yet" boards. before the convention Lodging 1972702.
minstegifts and In each reress. area viewers of the "Today"and Clothing,
grants But for this to happen they say, "Tonight" programs. $972,965. Gasoline,$675gnand .
country receiving them. It represents -
y the Senate must pass the bill Audience surveys Indicate that other auto expenses$65,254JSou.
: the first expressionof next week. these programs attract a larger venlrs, gifts jewelry, $604,861.
Period JG"J'3'drlc l Servile Congress' Intent that such Humphrey said the Senate proportion of younger, travel Drugs tobacco, cosmtlcs, photo EXCLUSIVE* AT RR
plans be made. would, and he predicted final minded, and affluent people. 1 It supplies 343000. Services by
JUNE Mrii THRU JUNE 20th INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIALPhi action will come by Wdnes- was explained to the Chamber's barbers doctors, etc., $211,659.
r SUNrMON.-TUES. day. board of directors. And the Naples Utilities $146,325.HELPS Our Special
; MI 2-3696 1175 Pine St. Naples, FU. Don't Be A Lltttrbuf Indications that Humphrey messages will be presen. WITH Individualityin

ted In color, starting this week. TAXES
In addition, the Chamber reports .
OREman's Viewers with color sets, by the tourist visitor here
economic standards, would be pays a high percentage of our
\ a prime target for the com state and local taxes through the GIFTS
5'1i munity's advertising the Chasm sales tax and gasoline tax. With.
ber's tourism committee point out tourist spending the state Accessories
1 1 I
waw UNITED ARTISTS oe ed'out. Funds have been solid- sales tax would have to be In. Antiques
yyt i ai ted In recent weeks for this creased to five per cent to yield
Don Murrir Diana n.land summer TV advertising effort, the same revenue, It stated
and another full.scale drive Is Tourists pay for one out of INTERIORSFurniture
WEDTHURSFRrSATWALT 1 y 1 expected to be undertaken short every three miles of Floridapub.
r A ly. lie roads. The report also point
ed out that "1t should be
Last year's advertising remem. Upholstering:
bered that a I%.unit motel equalsa
gram, according to the Chant $100,000 factory payroll." Draperies
bar, produced "phenomenal
report said that Carpeting
mar: business results for Na.
per cent increase
pies," with a dollar return to last
1 In
TAMJKS year the number of tourists
the: community 'considerably in
arriving here by car .
was achieved
Ta in excess .of" 20 times what wasvested. in the face of only a 10
Brian Keith. Vera Miles per cent gain statewide. Some R.RRo ot u JI1C.
A larger.scale TV advertls. "top lights In Florida tourism ,
Ing program was set for this such as Miami and Miami Beach. .
I summer because of antl'Ipated actually showed declines In num. .J '-' "r J
Increases In advertising rates ber of persons attracted.

V::AlL r THEATREPeriod 1'.tj the need to expand the program It is the Chamber of Com.m.rce's 1290 Third St. So.
inV the Miami market, and the de. > belief that its tourist
lire; to extend the program to I promotion programs over the Member
Of / C' 4 4t Orlando, a prime potential source :years have had something to do American Institute
I of, Naples tourists, the Chamber with the big Increase In the
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Sunday Jane N. 19(4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS :3

American Negroes In Cuba Want oo

U.S. Government OverthrownHAVANA y ( d t'
> 0 n oft a

(AP) Destruction arrived Friday by way of O o
r a of the U.S. government is advo. Prague, Czechoslovakia, ire Ne
Gated by tour Negro' students groes.
among 73 Americans visiting A 2J.yesr.old New Yorker, Ed
Cuba In defiance of State De. Lemansky, identified himself as
partment restrictions the group's leader and a Com(
A statement denouncing the munlst.
T "North' American racist govern He distributed a statement de.
xe ment" was Issued by the tour. daring "We have different rea.
w It added, "We realize the United sons for coming to Cuba but HBNIIRAaE
States government Is the blg we are united in our oppositionto HORMEL'SSPAM
rest farce in history and must our government's efforts to
be destroyed." prevent United Elates citizens
Six others In the group which from traveling to Cuba."
The four Negroes Identified WHIP

themselves as Ernest Allen, 21,
Today InWashington Oakland, Calif., a student at
the University of California at

Berkeley; Luke Tripp, 23, Detroit
student at Wayne State SALADDRESSING
FROM THEASSOCIATED Charles Berrard,24Los Angeles
PRESS student at Los Angel City Col.
lege; and Ron Bedford 26, St.

WASHINGTON (AP)-In the Louis architectural draftsman.
a news from Washington The 73 circumvented US. restrictions :

DE GAULLE THENI The on Cuban travel by

United States has stirred up obtaining passports to Europe, _
i diplomatic circles by publishing flying to Paris and Prague before

:.'-h' ,, once-secret correspondence In flying to Havana. H
.., which Franklin D. Rooseveltand Leman&ky said members were 394 CAN
Winston Churchill etched In from the United States and
acid their Impatience with Puerto Rico.
: 4I : France's Charles de Gaulle. The Americans 49 men and
:: Roosevelt complained that De 23 women, planned two-month
Gaulle, then an aspiring French stay in Cuba.In .
leader in exile, Saw himself as Washington, the Stats De
(NEA Telephoto) a messiah, and Churchill pic partment said only that It

OSWALD'S WIFE APPEARS-Mrs. Marina Oswald was recalled tured him In turn as a strutting learned the group was en routeto I
to Washington to give added Information to the combination of Joan of Arc and Cuba and notified U.S. em.
I Warren Commission concerning her late husband. Lee, and Clemenceau.The basstes In Paris and Prague fvrchastGROUND '
circumstances surrounding the assassination of President dispatches between the But the word was too late for the WHITFIELD I $ I
two Allied leaders were writtenin embassies to reach the studentsand -
Kennedy. It is the second time she has supplied Informa CUCUMBER 49448ot.
tion to the commission. 1943. In releasing the docu. warn them of the cons* I
ments Friday the State Depart. quences of a visit to Cuba, offl

ment went out of Its way to say clals said. CHIPS Jar
rested and jailed at a satin on that publishing the tart remarks A warm greeting was stagedfor
Whites March In Thursday moved to the Duval of Churchill and Roosevelt did the Americans by represent
County jail at Jacksonville Fri. not grow out of this country's atlves of the Cuban Foreign
St. day night. He was to be a wit. current troubled relations with Ministry and student Comma(
Augustine'sNegro ness at the hearing In Jackson. President De Gaulle. It said it ntst leaders. Flower were presented .
vllle today.A was part of Its program of re. to every American.
DistrictST. decision on the marches leasing documents 20 years or Lemansky told newsmen the CHUCK CE 'b694T
also may come on the streets, more old.CYPRUSI. trip was arranged by the Stu. '
AUGUSTINE, Fla. CAP) since Integration and segregation The prime minis dent Committee for Travel to
-A new twist in this city's racial groups declared they will ters of Turkey and Greece may Cuba. The organization spon.
strife whites marching march dally.A travel to Washington In a few sored a similar trip to Cuba
through a Negro neighborhood drama took place In tftls, weeks for separate talks with last year by 59 American stu. STOKELEY'S ;
-moved authorities to seek re. the nation's oldest city, Friday President Johnson on the Cy. dents. He said the Cuban Fed.
newal today of a ban on right night. As a first act, about 250 prus crisis. eratlon of University Students BAMA
marches. Negroes marched downtown and Undersecretary of State was paying the group's ex. YOUNG TENDER SWEET'''

More than 300 whites walked held a prayer sere ee In the old George W. Ball, who returned penses. '
into the Negro section Friday slave market. A handful of Thursday night from a presl SEEDLESS '
night and were greeted by signs whites watched quietly. dentlal mission to the two coun. PEAS
reading "Welcome. Peace and Less than two hours later, tries held open the prospect of
brotherhood to you." more than 300 whites marched the visits after a meeting with Holley PledgesTo GRAPE :

About 50 Negroes at one -:or. 25 blocks through the Negro sec. Johnson. '
ner applauded as the whites left tlon of town. Their leaders, Bub. Ball reportedly believes the Keep SchoolsOf A
the district. Some said, "Hurry ba Manury and Dixon Stanford Cyprus conflict Is dangerous but 239
back." proclaimed it was not a Ku not hopeless JAM
"We whipped them right Klux Klan group but only white FAMILY INCOME The me. State OpenTAMPA
there," said one Negro man. segregationists. dlan Income of U.s families
"They encountered no violence. A force of 200 hel meted policemen ., moved up a hefty S per cent tc (AP-Charles Retlol. and
." accompanied both of f a record $6,249lnl963aCensus
candidate for
ley, Republican
Dr. Martin Luther King ar. the marches Bureau report revealed today. Florida schools
And for the first time, families governor, says GRAPE
will never be closed to prevent '
In the above.$IO,000.Income STYLE GREE
integration because state law
group outnumbered those 1 Jij the. :
prevents the governor from
so-called I
poverty class. standing In the schoolhouse doof.. JELLY
President Johnson has said tII.
The St. Petersburg state rep.
e. rule of thumb for defining the
resentatlve told a slate Parent
poverty-stricken Is a family In.
Teachers Association workshop
come of less than $3,000
BOOKSSONG per Friday that the civil rights leg. !
islatlon before the senate "Is
While the number In this
wrong, very wrong because
range declined 500,000 to 8.8 2css39
parts of it are designed to legislate
million they still made up 18.5 social equality."

& STORY SHOPNOTICE per cent. "But I can tell you this," he
The median Income which
added, "The schools In Florida 12.z. J"
represents the statistical mid.
die, with half the families mak. will stay open." ,., CUT
659 5th Ave So. Ml 2-25JO Holley said I the governor
ing more money and half mak.
should lead a 'total frontal at.
log less was up $Z90 from TARNOW'S
1962. tack" on the dropout problem. BEETS
He said 33! per cent of Florida
The median Income for white
students drop out of school be. WEINERS
families was $6,548 compared '
fore the 12th grade
$3,463 for Negroes.
Listing ways to save or raise
money for schools, Holley pro. 3 12.OZ. $1, 2cs25C

Claim Laos Reds posedi PKG. '-
Advancing the age requirement FANCY TEXAS
for beginning students, re GARDEN FRESH 1
CHANGE of ADDRESS Plan Attack On quiring new first graders to be TARNOW'S Req. 49. BELL

six in October Instead of Janu. 2 lb. 49C :'
Neutralist Post PEPPERS OKRA ,
Operating s c h o o 1 II year. BOLOGNA

VIENTIANE, Laos (AP)-In. round.
F.B. Schreck Co. dlcatlons of a Communist build. Changing: the law to( allow
12OZ.PKGS. .
up for a possible attack on the schools to buy paperback books. 39 J
neutralist stronghold of Muong Basing property taxis on .
Soul In north central Laos were realistic appraisals.
reported Taxing the first $2,000 of the
Saturday by Western
FROM 2,494
military sources homestead exemption.
Charging: nonresidents going
A Pathet
Lao attack
on Muong I
13110th Street, North Soul had been expected since to school in Florida for the actual .
the fall cost of the schooling
of two( other neutralist
adults In the Adult
TO positions earlier this week.
Education program to pay for
Muong Soul straddles a vital

473 3rd Street, South nwnlst-controlled highway leading from Plain the Com.des their schooling If they could. BONELESS Large HOMESTEAD

KEYSTONE BLDG. tlane.Jarres, 110 miles north of Vlen.

e e e The main body of neutralists RecreationCalendar
under General Kong Le are de.
ployed In positions south of

Remodeling Alterations, residential ft Muong Soul. It did not appear BEEF CUBES
Kong Le was
reinforcing his po.
Commercial Construction. Phone MI 2-4422 iltlon. MONDAY
9:12 a.m. Registration for
Sir William Ramsay first :'Summer Program Lake Park
discovered the existence of :and Shadowlawn Schools and Pee
helium on earth. reatlon Center
9:00 a.m. -Junior golf cass ,
Big Cypress Golf Course.
10:30 a.m. Junior Golf 'Ian.

Fine Carpeting and Rugs Big 1.3 Cypress p.m. -Colt Registration Course. for

Summer Program Lake Park TOMATOESf
and Shadowlawn Schools and Re. .
creation Center.
5d5 p.m.-Adult beginner golf
: Are here for you to see, from such famous makers as lass Big Cypress Golf Course. .

Regal, Callaway, Cabin Crafts, James lee, Philadelphia, 1:00 p.m. Senior CltUens

Karastan and Wunda Weve. bowling 2:00 p.m.Brookslde- Girls'Bowl.Softball 0* CKINOINO p| 2 Ibs. 494

Cambler Park. for
7:30 p.m.Men' SoftballIta STEWINO
Cue Cambler Park Publli' vs

Southwest FlocMa'i Most Complete' Modern Showroom .; Tropics vs Stallions,

2:00 p.m. Senior CIlIZAn'.hurn.board ...

2.00 p.m. Girls' Softball OPEN FRIDAY' NIGHT' UNTIL 8 P.M.
Cambler Park. : 'M."... ,t she Meee, |less sea ?,.Ii'! eerah.edieel. | |

I fl"plcs jr/oor C ovcmiCTs league 730 .p.m.Cambler- Men's ParkPublU Softball vsXahlman 1 UNSHINESUPREX

; Tropics vs Stone, J
"17 Years of Dependability FRIDAY

MO Sixth Avenue So. Phone MI. j- oM : 9:30 a.m.Park.-Adult UnnlscUllrambler Jit Ilk AVINUI, souls (OUANTITIIS LIMITED) HCNrl J-I7S7

I 1-00 p.m. Senior Citizen -
bowling 1 Brookside Bowl.'

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.I &bt i Ntw ; sa The Eternal ValuesBY

SUNDAY JUNE 1 14, 1964
I Enterprise AlSn.i .

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I Fly The Flag On Its Day-June 14 1 ,' Spring and summer fashions

are advertised everywhere

The cut of the brim or

There are innumerable legends on country the marchers proceeded and as I ,> the slant of the lapel the hem

the origin of the Stars and Stripes, but each reached the center, the color guard f of the skirt or the clothes that
of them
the simple truth, according to the most turned to face the Great Hitler and are cover important or don't-all St. Paul said

diligent research, Is that no one knows. dipped their colors to him. 9 > eY it that "the fashions of the

Nor can anyone with reasonable certainty Toward the end of the procession, the world pass away" but most r
Inclined to
maker of the American delegation reached the listen are now
Identify the designer or review- to the 17th century

first starred and striped banner. And de- Ing stand. Instead of turning and dip author who said: "As good be

Intensive research their cofori other out of the world as out of
spite the most by capable ping as every delegation fashion"

historians the true story of the flag's had done before them, the flag

birth remains unknown today.The bearer held "Old Glory" even higher ignoring 1 I Now the matter is far more Eternal values alive are in alwa)
contemporary, Ih.
first flag to have any resemblanceto the dictator. important the moment.than A the foundation fashionsof present as well as the past

the present Stars and Stripes was the Hitler was furious. He considered it recently appropriated enormous That's why they are "etern.l:

Grand Union flag, sometimes referred to an Insult and His sums of money in orderto Jesus insisted that heave:

as the "Congress Colors." It consistedof brought prompt reply. He was informed protest This flog, which we honor and under which we serve, is been retrain away engineers from college who for had a surely and earth as last would year's pass fashionbut away a

thirteen stripes, alternately red and that decade. This is an effort to
our flag was not the emblem of he also emphasized tha
white, representing the 13 colonies, witha ruler or potentate but the true emblemof any the emblem of our unity, our power, our thought and purposeas keep these highly obsolescent.skilled men the word of God would no
field In the left hand It has other character that which becoming pass away It was the old idea
blue upper corner the authority of a free people who a notion. no than we Technical science moves so It was the new situation.

bearing the crosses of St. George and St. believed that all created rapidly that it becomes neces-
are .
equal.It give it from generation to generation. The choices are ours.
to know what is happen
sary It the eternal
was principle
Andrew signifying union with the mother had ;
never been flaunted for the
It floats in majestic silence above the hosts that execute those ing tomorrow In order to understand it was the contemporary understanding .
country. This banner was first flown glory of any single man be he King, today. .

by the ships of the Colonial Fleet In the Potentate or Dictator It was born of the choices, whether in peace or in war. And yet, though silent, Our paradox is simply that
we understand the need in It's about time to keep
Delaware River In December, 1775. Who struggle for freedom. It is the emblem of technical skills and ignore it to date in our human relations up.
it speaks to us-speaks to us of the past of the men and
and made this first flag Is not ,
designed our Constitution, our heritage, representing in human relations. Events outstrip our understanding -

known. all Americans.It i women who went before us, and of the records they wrote and suddenly our

But who designed or made the first stands for the dignity of the indi- it. -WOODROW Think citizens of who the are numbersof will- own moral situation bankruptcy reveals our:

flag Is not vitally Important for todaythe vidual and the Inalienable rights with I" upon WILSON, Ing to espouse 1864 ethics

Stars and Stripes are known throughout which we are endowed by our Creator. .' Flag Day, June 14, 1917 in regard while to they racial live tensions In- New duties occasions: teach new

the world. The most Important thing It represents the honor, glory and accomplishments : ....-. .- ', 1964! These aren't the Time makes ancient good

today Is the meaning of the Stars of our people who have k? .- days of Uncle Tom and uncouth;

and Stripes to the millions of Americans reached heights of human endeavor the Civil War. We oughtto They must upward still and
never I keep up-to-date! onward

who Russell are privileged KaYf a longtime to call Florida it their news-own. before That Hitler known was Informed, was whyour I'letters) to; *he' :editor ,$jj t: peOpt :. So a person who would not Who truth.would keep abreast oj

.. .. '_ _i ; be in public with lastyear's
man, wrote a column on the flag last flag Is never dipped to but ._- in the'I '
any man AMERICANS EVADE dress may mouth an There Is an eternal truth;
year which pointed out what our flag only In reverence to God. THE PORTENTS the people what they can do idea which is hopelessly anti we need to know that in termsof

means, or should mean, to all of us. Here Alone, It stands In splendor as the Editor, Collier County News: for themselves. r newsROME quated'! Too many of us talk today. We need to keep up
Look at our vast debt our about the good old days with to-date with a God of our
are portions of that column first flag In human history dedicated to The aspirants for the nom- increased of inflation
cost living ( : AP-Ethel out wanting to bring any of present instead of worshiping -
ination for ( Kennedy,
This story has been told before butit personal and religious freedom of man Republican party President are spending in the. ), the dangerous decrease wife of Atty. Gen. Robert F, the "goodness" of those days the outgrown practices of

always bears repeating. kind. It is no mere holiday emblem but their time trying to kill in our supply of gold Kennedy, arrived Friday with into the present. another time
The stadium in Berlin filledto each other off when they and of our prestige throughout three of her children for aweek's
great was the solemn national emblem of two hun the world. The field of
should h* working for visit. She may be re* son Weiies and acu"'"s Rita action and
capacity. One hundred five thousand dred million who battle lies hen and not celved by Paul In measure property
I people pledge alle tory at the polls. In nearly Pope VI pri. Hayworth, will enroll as a fresh. damage

intently! Interested spectators had gath- giance to the Republic for which it every election since 1932 this hear against that any Senator individual.Coldwa-I vate audience.She man student of fine arts at the NEW YORK (AP)-Bob Eber.

ered to witness the opening of the Olym- stands. party has made the mistake, tcr thinks that 1968 might bassador Is the and guest Mrs.of Frederick U.S. Am. fall University of Puget Sound this ly, featured singer with the Jimmy .

pic Games. Love of country Is an elemental vir I believe, of opposing the be the witching hour for the Reinhardt. Her plans include a suffered Dorsey a heart band In attack the IMO's,
man in office instead of Friday
Young people from all/ over the world tue like mother struggle to save America but trip to Ravello, a resort southof OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) night at the home
love or love of home. seeking to awaken our people I fear that if we give the Naples. President Johnson Is being sued of his daugh

were there, each concerned with bring- Those who live under the Stars and at to what has happenedto big spenders four more yearsin for more than $1 billion\ by an ter.Neck Eberly, 47, lives In Great

ing honor and glory to their native land. Stripes are loyal to It as they are loyalto them under Democratic office we will have passedthe LOS ANGELES (APActorFred Oklahoma City plumber who on Long Island.QUICK .
regimes i from Franklin of return. MacMurray has become a claims Johnson was "careless, .,o .
point no W ::
They were gathered In groups around truth, justice, and courage, keenly :Roosevelt on. It is futile to grandfather for the third time. callous and negligent" In order. :&, \. .
their nation's flag, waiting to take their alive to the responsibilities of American, turn their 'lln. on an opportunistic To me it Is a line qua non b. His daughter, Sue, gave birth inC the Federal Aviation Agency .
that! the Republican party '
place in lino for the grand individual \ like Friday night to a girl, Sandra to conduct sonic boom tests QUIZ
opening citizenship and of Its glorious to give the voter
proud privi- Johnson who, even if' tor* I i_ equipped Jean, who weighed t'/i pounds over the city

/narch. lege. ,' political reasons U making the truth and make It stick., Th .mother and hit husband, The U.S.. attorney's office 1 '" .

| Adolf Hitler held the center spot In Any who live under it and are not an effort to b ..2kthisgi t4'6's Tit and JJ1Mr.1I hre \ filT.unc&r.al IftMle/of Thonws Poolej,.larti eons ij and, said it doubted, the, President' KJ=tvTto was ihe': first
all men. What Is needed 'la 4 years old. Mrs. Pool Is the could' be sued legally In such a woman to enter the British
the stadium where with his aides
great loyal are traitors to those who love free. the voters. This is the wayI filed
to rid this country of what daughter of MacMurray's late case, Friday in U.s. Dls. parliament/
with all pomp and ceremony would of. dom, liberty and justice for all regardlessof he and all Democratic incumbents classify them: 1. Those who first wife, Lillian trlct Court by Woodrow W, Bus. A-The late Lady Nancy

ficially review the parade.The color have stood for 'I t have. cared and studied so say, 46.The Langhorne Astor American-
race, or creed, for so under God
loss of freedomsand
little about
grand parade into the stadium right down the line. TACOMA, Wash. (AP) Re. FAA Is conducting sonic born she served in the House
was this emblem conceived and dedi Are we satisfied to lose about the economy that becca Welles, daughter of Or. boom tests to gauge public re. for 26 years.historical .
began. In alphabetical order country by cated. they have no convictionsupon
more of our personal free- which to base an -

doms each year at we art opinion at the polls 2. Those
doing? Must we continue our
y who do but whose
care opposition -
r 5*" < .. apathy toward the buildingof has been consist- COLLIER COUNTY'By
0 a huge and costly beau-
ently beaten down by superior -
BARBS rocracy In Washington We numbers. 3. Those KURT GRIESSHABER AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
are being misled about reduction -
who are convinced that we ---
BYIIALCOCHRANYou're in budgets and taxes can spend our way into pros-
when facts disclose that it it perity and that we must depend Pirates & BuccaneersWho __ _ tie their men killed so many
Believe What You Hear? never quite sure just not so. Why submit to upon that great arbi- n cattle and hogs. Quite a vic-

government competition and { lives th federal these who runts, Including herds of cat- tory.
that a cheek write ter of our were men
t Not If You're Really Hep! won't reach the bank you until interference with industry Government. These doctrinaires dared oppose the Spanish tle and hogs that ran the range Since the buccaneers were

alter you have depositedyour when it was never intendedto proclaim this belief in Crown Is a pirate the sameas and provided meat. Hence,this against the Spaniards most of
be under our constitution face of was necessary In their diet, these adventurous bands were
: BY BRUCE BIOSSAT next pay. t the an historically a buccaneer common rob
a s eGo Why have we become so proven record of failure. The ber of the seas? the drying and smoking of meat either French or English
Washington ahead, Mom sweep out spineless that we must lookto alibi given is that present The origin of the buccaneerswas was a very Important occupa- sometimes Dutch. Later on,
r Newspaper" Enterprise the house with a glance and a for paternalistic the benefits government and- conditions are different and twofold. First the arro tion among these men. The word"buccaneer" as the Spanish Colonies grew

lender the program feasible Spanish the Itself Is drawn expanded suffe red under tyranny -
Kings claiming
WASHINGTON-(NBA)-These days you can't gain much security which our own This is hog wash and they gant whole dominion of America led from the word "Doucan", and produced a nationalistic

standing In Washington-and maybe a lot of other placesif foresight should provide and Industry This indulgence should know It. 4. Those no to bands of adventurers defy- meaning a place for smokingand generation of their own,we find
the surface evidence of events enamoured of the term liberal
you accept drying meat.
hidden motives behind. Is placing ever increasing ing the authority of Spain and Spanish buccaneers. TheSpanIsh -
The big market now is in plots, power In those that they label any settling remote Islands and h doesn't surprise us to readIn buccaneers mostly ended up
which has stood
the-hand explanations. precedent
Spanish archives of the
if not devious. hands This government wa lands such as our Southwest fighting In the revolutionaryarmies
Simple answers will never do. Complexity, the test of time and not been
Spanish forces
Military who
ness, is demanded. Innocence is rejected go out and have fun planting established upon the belief subjected to change ai Ob- coast of Florida. of the Colonies In their
flower seeds in the garden. that it occasionally raided a buccaneer wars for
should never do for solete. S. Those who do believe The motives of these bands Independence.
TilE CURRENT STANDARDS to some recentevents stronghold such as the one
APPLYING needs to dig diligently for the underlying plots :': ;l 7; in maintaining our constitutional were not purely patriotic but at VUcaya (Miami In 1715. Most buccaneers pictured
one the
leads us to second reason.
acid Herewith some tentative findings: .. ..$.. a, lights and that In the course of the bat- themselves as patriotic crusaders -
purposes (threatened as we are by Perhaps the greater of the two often their -
beginning enterprises
First of
Bird Johnson Lady
heard that Lady
We have all AO. TAMLN'I 'l haenayt
fiscal Irresponsibility) our causes for the growth of the .
this is simply e' with
the because Land, likes she to favors wear ItT yellow. Dare we assume IIm1ImDfA I "! ToLANC financial integuly. buccaneers was the Spanish 'WTIcau't EveRy The manner prayer.of dividing plun-

After all, remember, yellow is the color that can be seen EMERG [ We are supposed to be op- wealth which flowed up the 'NLITWASA""", der was quite unique. Each
ACROSS 22. Inlrguniemof ... r. A G R E. ROD paving Communism on every straits of Florida. The treasure CAJItI art"MII partaker merited basic sharesas

farthest husband, the President an old Navy man who I. Office aired ARE T 0 E f. I R I front but policies in the galleons were Indeed an OItAIIlmltlt,""" stockholders. Extra shares

may be alert to this fact, could have ordered her to gadget 24. Optic 5 E c. R t T C. R A G 5 USA. are precipitating us inducement to such men as Sir : were given to the wounded according -

wear yellow. In a campaign year, there Is much to be 6. Ireshet 26 O end A L 0 I D GAD GET down the road to Socialism. Francis Drake "to singe the to the severity of their
candidate's wife maximum visibility. 11 Exodus; 28 Heron t N U that what we would vote beard of the king of "
Slid for giving the I D. PAL. C .5 .s Spain. wounds. The shares of those
"There she is'!" Is a cry which, if heard often enough, can 12 Mkheii 32 Admonish A Co C. S I SON.. for as an objective if it ?eedless to say smart buc- killed went to designated
Implement 3) Perform were. 10 stated on the ballot -
gladden a campaigner's heart. M A M M 0 I't M 0 R A L caneers always gave the pro- \ friends.
13 Mile 37 .\ ? Will allow stimulated
doubt read that the annual chll.dren' nuhlnghlghikmit we a
So .much Easter for that.roll No on the White you House lawn was called 14. Boxing 0 T I 0 5 t C.v A D E temporary period of per cut to their respective: gov ;t Little by little the European
this on account of bad weather. Think that's the ring 38 Aihanuilfe 5 t. c. TOR LAM E. D piospcuty to blind us to the ernment. .governments" passed restrictions -
year 15 Nibble 1 end result and eucher us Here now we see the difference against the buccaneers andErates
whole story'? : : SOLUTION 0* SATU'OAY PUZZLE
16: Hectrkpanicle: 39. FlnUl between a buccaneerand
"Informed sources" say the cancellation was the nut of the greatest formulafor and at the beginning of
40 City 1 hi 48 Docile 7 Average a pirate. The pirates were
tip-off that the egg roll is on the way out. It seems the Communist freedom and success yet century their actions
toddlers' movement has infiltrated the ranks of our 18 /lettuce Judea D011'a.. Betel palm deviled' It this be so arc mostly common thieves and sea However, the buccaneer -

egg rollers. 19. Chemical 41 Braiulia I. ReioKe 9. Complement "t not in tffcU admitting, rovers, who eventually ended up MARCO settlements continued and
young sulks 43 Spiral 2. Marbles ol a ax the Democrats evidently at the end of a noose. But
Into -
THEN AGAIN, TWICE IN ONE RECENT DAY some senators 20. rending scroll S. Auto shoe mortise are, that Democracy as we the buccaneers were freebooters vs pie otnees'ranti.siA. '- eventually developed orderly
summoned to return to the Senate from their toward 45 Clarified oil 4. Bombvx 10. Rub out t7soI European settlements.
were have followed it has failed bands- of adventurous men
rounds of pleasure at the baseball game and the theater. 21 Sheet of 46 Extracts \\lreleis 1 11 Wont and cannot endure Thesept.lidu who settled within the Spanish ,) .. .
The official explanation, of course: they had to get back to gUii 47. \\lidom Mnelnihe: : 17 Native adopted to maintaina
empire In the Carib-
make in the continuing civil rights struggle. mdalr mostly r Co.otawa rr.
help. up a quorum party in ofiue, must be -
Now who does that really fool? There has to be a ., t 101. ..11 I' I. ,. ,e 20. Remote The challenge ti> the bean or Florida area, fighting I .taws S"'L ea.!-!.I

more complicated explanation than that. One properly r 21 Cribbage Republican to under a particular flag. The .Noe?ivy,..... ..-...... wrt
u party present
Is that trying out I marker buccaneers had entire settle- "" 11.
conspiratorial notion we were Dew 4 the facts and information ....
23. C
I quick-assembly procedures for pulling the lawmakers Daury AI:4S'j:
'01 23 Snll which can awaken our pea ', WT"IIU
attack. } l
together In ease of a surprise
27 Thetas. ple and bring this about
Everybody recalls, too, that Theodore Sorensen a top e/ i' "a bit cannot be evaded. / ; j HAUNT N
a de of the late President Kennedy, left the White House in )i ,IIIA"I
1 ite February, ostensibly to write a book, about Kennedy. I. "' 10 &.....1..' J9 luseutlght The river of extravagance: JUAN
if. : 30 ii overflowing its banks and
Jubilant p
Well, maybe. But there's more to it than that. He is in- tirade l. \ 61sNLulaoPASs
... 31 will WaSh uav what "e
Llttauer Center at Harvard Unl- /
ailed at a place called the /, 32 SIr..iltlllird" have taken so
many years to
It does not take much Imagination to figure that he
v. ersity h It 1.1. / I'" ,.' J4 33 ('Id.| build unless we unite topre"nt MAYMT tAI.uVAMIlratArtllg \
for the presidency Harvard p,
I being groomed /
omanlih .
it. Your vote in No- l
IF ALL THIS IS PRETTY SILLY STUFF, so perhaps is $1. (oJ" I". ; I .I. JT 34; Kind of vrmlx-r suit In Ip lii win a neo.uw ,\1: e''tY'

i uch of the conspiratorial theorizing offered here and else- J, .0 typeof : \.. '"ry n..i rely l..t. j pn i .ty
here in "explanation" of virtually everything that happens.Next ; it I sed in but ki 1..1 f..i a r..ltvI\, '( .

time a public figure resigns a post, gets one, 1t ... < ;". I". making JMIF.S W SANDERS IOMAMOn
moves his base, enters I political race, or pulls out, 39 Ancient Montclair N.J. & Naples S"'A.to "
watch how It works. ,U' i.. slave n
The louder he proclaims his purposes, the more he wlishe Jt.
1 is not "playing a game," the more people who will crowd gtc.I"" W 42 Astringent Encore New York Is the only statein

round him to nod sagely and say: "George, you played It the Union which directly '
i .. 44 Harem .. Oasparilla
f imart." for line 24 mm. 'HoI_. .. touches both the Great Lakes ,
arrurt. Very room and the Atlantic Ocean. oSaxtbe)

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Sunday, Jon 14. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5

will p.m.be meeting agenda as follows of for the AgendaThe : Monday'g School Board fcSO The Automation Impact ACCENT enonpvv = THE' w SMART (E"E"T GO FOR GOOD THINGS i TO EAT! I

1. Vlinutei. In the pot decade. tlCboI01l1.liminat.d 2'.IIIillioll .* eems-l--.0..rreesrearer nar wr r .esll/IMa ,ec
2. Financial Statement. jobs. lull created I million uw job.
3. Correspondence. fRUIT fLAVOR
t. Pupil Assignment. Increase /
5. plans of 40 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 ,
Marco Island De.
velopment Corporation by com. Pea1T Icl'PUUCS4
pany officials. I.g. PII,.
6. Budget amendment GOVERNMENT43.3% star Jello Limit Four 7c
I. 5
Report of committee on
school sites Gulf American .Z1: I H i
Land Corporation. 26.80
8. Appointments, resignations f HAWAIIAN RED OR YELLOWPunch
and transfers. SERVICE41.50 t
9. Receive various bids. '
10. Report of the teacher aid AGRICULTURE 1
committee for the Naples SenIor O 46 or. CM 25e
High School. Limit ThreePricet
11. Report of committee on air FINANCE33.60 FkCELLEaG Your choice
easement at the Lake Park Ele. .
mentary School for the Florida TRANSPORTATION June 15 Tkm 17 '
12. Approve and Pay Bills.IS. STORE HOURS '
Adjourn. TRADE-16,8% O I'' I I''
r'J'' I OPEN Til 6:30 MON. TO THURS

3.0% OPEN Tit 7:00 P.M. SAT Tie ISSlllf SA"E".

Walt Disney CONSTRUCTION-IS.S% g B Quantity Right Reserved H 13c V

May FilmMovie WHERE THE JOBS ARE-Although automation has eliminated -
many jobs during the last ten years it has also Wheat Bread
created many. Employment in the mining industry decreased VATOPLUE 26 lea t
26.8 per cent for example, but government em. 5011 limit Tw1
HereWalt 43.3 per cent, according to the U.S. STAMPS
Disney Productionsfrom Department increases and of decreases.Income Labor. .The Newschart shows significant 2 1612. blares 33c I : I """< V

Burbank,Calif., may filma '
movie In Collier County.A .
representative of the famed Slash Felt
movie producer was In town this Tax Pound Cake 11.L *'. 35c
past week seeking permission o' '
the County Commission to use arnraeuw ua warusswwsu+wr.cow

park pans north of the of Vanderbilt 166-acre Beach public, In Business ChannelsNEW WaD IRAND U. S. CHOICE

and the 28-acre park on Marco YORK AP The In. increase steadily through Sep.
( ) -
FREEZER SALE !I n00(1JII111onnonoom1J( \ / / / )W
Island locations for the
as come) tax cut is making Its ef. tember.
movie. ferts felt In business channels. Manufacturers anticipate that && ooooof'&Mr \
The movie, according to That was the word during the sales wIll climb $2 billion In the QQQoWoofo 8 '
Richard McWhorter. will be week from the Commerce De. current quarter to $111 billion Beef Rounds
centered around a pineapple partment. and another $2 billion in the
in the It was a little later coming July-September period. In the
plantation supposedly
area, or a similar setting, than expected but Its arrival first three months of this year 60 U 80 Lk FREE 200 Extra
around 1876. the provided economy.a welcome boost for the The gain Census was 3 Bureau per cent.estimatedthat Average Ik. 63e

The commissioners saw no Retail sales are up and busl. investment new construe VALUE STAMPS
objection to the request and nessmen are scheduling higher tlon in May advanced: 10 per Trlm..WHI.
notified McWhorter by letter expenditures for new plant and cent above the May 1963 level.
With nil Coupon and $2 or More Purchase .f f
that permission will be grant- equipment. Spending totaled about $5.7 bll.
Beef I Loins
ed. But, according to Rhys Sales in May posted a 1.5-per lion, virtually the same as In
Beatty, Commission administrstortheproducerwlllbe cent Increase over April and April. CURRIER & IVES DINNERWARE
ask- were 7 per cent above May 1963. The automobile Industry 40 U 50 Ik
ed to leave props on location The big May Co. departmentstore maintained Its booming pace In Iky Coupon Coed In All Kwlk Chek And Win Dixie
after the film has been com chain reported an 8.percent production and sales.In Averse Stores Thru Saturday, Jun. 20th
Increase In sales In May May, auto dealers sold an
I pleted. Limit One Coupon Offer Per Family Pleat
earlier.Its average of 29,730 cars each sell.
over a
year No' Charge Fer Cutting I WrappingLimit
This request, Beatty said, president, Morton D. May, ing day, topping the previous
was made on the belief the commented "We believe retail record of 28,940 established In 8 ) ) ) While Supply Lasts! W 1
props will be a tourist's attraction trade Is now beginning to reflect April.
after the parks have the stimulating Influence of the Steel production dipped dur. One Your Choice5ulud
been opened to the public. increase in consumer income ing the week for the second consecutive .
resulting from the tax cut." week but this had been
The Commerce Department expected with the approach of
reported Us May survey Indicated summer Output amounted to MIRACLE
Soviet Backing that business spending Is 2,445,000 tons,off from 2,462,000the Dressing WHIP 4ge s: 2ge

Move To Enlarge scheduled 1963. In February at 12 per the cent boost above had previous week Qt

been 10, per cent...
,Security' -NATIONS,CouncilUNITED ; N.Y. 'The new' report esu'mated'cap. Maple Leaf Flag, DEEP SOUTH Creamy Smooth I t
i ital spending at $43.9 billion
AP-An Afrlcan.Aslan move Has Test Flight
( from $39.2 billion In 1963.
to enlarge the Security Council OTTAWA CAP) Canada's
and the Economic and Social These statistics prompted Sec. proposed new maple leaf flag 2 Lb. Jar
Council has won the support of retary of Commerce Luther H. flew for four hours on Parlia. Pennul Butter 5ge
the Soviet Union.Informed Hodges to say "We are now In ment hill Friday. limit One
sources said Fridaythe the fourth year of unpreredent. Prime Minister Lester B. 90
Soviets have abandoned ed peacetime growth. Usually Pearson wants to designate the
their opposition to expansion of businessmen are beginning to maple leaf flag as Canada's of.
Ill Illr
Council from 11 to about the future. Instead, i / rJ rr' s r '
the Security worry flclal banner. r. t ;r; : r. i
15 members and the Economicand they are confident of rising He Is opposed by many Canadians ,{ /'J };rvrrrvT:rr.xt:{ri'krr rr r.. FRESH 'PRODU'CE'I
Social Council from 18 to sales and are planning to Increase of British descent who fa.
27. The General Assembly has their payrolls and pro.
vor Canada's red ensign with\
voted overwhelmingly for the ductlve equipment. Its Union Jack in the upper left. WOO BRAND Quick Frozen Gov'L leap Cov't Crad "A" FANCY SWEET JUICY GEORGIA

amendments.The .1 think this reflects sound hand corner.
Issue had become pel 111. economic policies of the admin. Pearson said the maple leaf
cally embarrassing for the Rus. Istratlon and especially the wis. ensign was being test flown at Fryer Paris ; Peuchesi
tans, because It brought them dom of the tax cut." the request of some membersof ;
Into opposition to the African. Another favorable develop. Parliament. The House of 1 i
Asian bloc. Peking earlier had ment was the expectation of Commons will debate the Issue

the disclosed councils It, even favored though expanding It was manufacturers that sales will Monday. .;. e Breast With RibiDrumsticks J. 2 LIIs. 49c

not a U.N. member. c:
and fwwDi>cDUNBARS CHECK : T J
New York's Battery Park was OFFICE Thighs Per Pound I
first used by the Dutch and later : LARGE CULTIVATED
the British as a military ti SUPPLIESfeinbwn '
.: 4r:+ '
fortification. Brand new! All mefel ,J.. ,.:.?;>>.?; )Y.: ': Blueberries ptt 39' j
. (Bum Proof Plastic Top Desk $83 up RW&TiWS 157WJrrJ ifri.f+i l r _tAt.xG: Itrilfrltit

YOU.LL v Bl'SIVFSS MACHINES HALES REPAIRS .Y +. / r r' tuffrf/ifitttitrttt' :? ::2':?'4, r', I
: .ir. ; ANTI RENTALS nEE, PROMPT 7.w; r f t'Jfr i:d J .4llJ.JJ f:: rYu FROZEN FOODS.
IT. 1 7115 ilh Ave $... Ml 2-20U
Select Sliced :
DUCK VAUDEVILLE 1e ees- 1:1: I

BRJNO YOUR 1 1PR1ENDa Why pay extra to live on the beach? Beef Liver I: Ice Milk :I

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1,_; 7__ AS Condominium Apartmentswith ;c Fancy YellowOnions 39 C ]{. Half 38 C

2 bedrooms and 2 baths Lb. t r. Gal.
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offer all the fine features of apartment living 3 Ib. for 29* yf JESSE JEWEL FROZEN CHICKEN I TURKEYJJIlJ

and, finest feature of all, costs only .@ :::: ..p. )
IN NAPLES ON U.s. 41 $13,500 completewith two "x Meat Pies. Pep 59'MINUTE )

0)0)0) . maintenance estimated as low as flJw m.ff 1rif WF1t.fti@f@ r fj MINUTE MAID FROZEN :
$25 a month.
These low low are possible because r'J.r + J Jyr+'ll / rr y JJ r x/ /r r J.rs :: irf v: i
prices 79C
you Lemonade. <- l lrrr
NAPLES will own the land, which is not beachfront i.r f 4 ? .

priced but Is still In the FROZENBread t
BUSINESS Mooringswith fr' RAWS BLACKHAWK Smoked Boneless y; MORTON 1.k

all Moorings golf and beach privileges. Dough 3 I- 49'In ;

SERVICEPAYROLLS To learn about the included costly extras Pork Ddintees
like central airconditioning and heat

wall-to-wall carpetingcome hf Our :PAIR D PTMargarine

in today and 1 Te 2 lb. "fr.t t. ... .. ..-. ...*.
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6 COUNTY NEWS Sunday, June 14, 196JTEverglades I decided to take her two week
vacation on a split shift.-one Hospital Report

.. ... .. .... ...... .. .,. week at a time. She will pro
.. ... .,.." ....:.. ... .'. ::..." .f<... ADMI56IONS6.1Elizabeth
'::: ;:it ';;r.::; bably take the rest of her time
: ,; Keely, James
: oJ
; : 'NewsBy off the last part of July. !) : Crawford, Earnest peacockDor..
: Jewel and Hank Bishop/ had ci' tir Preston, Earnest Morrti.Har.

:. ...:.: ..,........ .. .. their daughter Mary Goodmanand ry McEwen William Freschel,

Juanlta Weldon family of Homasasst Linda Williams.
.,:. i. Springs down for several days Y :Y l i 6.2Sally Kirkland, Douglas

open to the people each visit last week. Wiggins, Fernando Rivero,Verne
Of Interest the
special to ell Smith, Janet Shepherd, Mis. oJb c-cws
people of this area Is the graduation Friday and Saturday nights from sourla Garrison c
of Larry Pate from 7:30 p.m. 'til 11 p.m. He also AT ROD AND GUN 4.Mary Bulger, Agnes Kelley By JANE MARTIN
the Lahore American SchoolIn states that any time as manyas Mrs. James Coolidge and Mary Hoxrack.CrlseldaSan.

Pakistan. He Is the grand six young people want to sons, Jim and Bill, and Mrs. > r rt chez.
Ion of Capt. Rob Thompson use the center he will open It. James Sherwin and son Lannyof 6.4. Leon Bentley, EllenO'Hara
and has attended school in He Is working on a Sunday afternoon Shaker Heights, Ohio, stay Mildred Bullard, Iris Since we all must have birthdays, this Is the time of

Everglades. He plans to tour program which will ed several days at the Rod & Worth.Loulse Jone ,Lols Mess. the year to have one and make gay time of It. During
Gun Club. \\11 lie here they fished er,Christine Covlngton.Otls Mil.
close for church services at
part of Europe and then return make much of i
ler. the "season" li too busy
to the United States. He night. Cold drinks are avail with Captain Buddy Daniels 4 everyone
will visit with his grandfather able at the present time and and Godfrey Daniels. On their hoon 6.5 Alicia Brent Byrne Ellsa Ca. mere birthday, and later In the summer one'i friendsare
Fabian MoIntosh.
several days then join a branchof hot dogs will become available first day's fishing expedition either too relaxed or out of town.
the United States armed forces later. they landed a tarpon and a
6-6-Dorls Preston, Not long ago, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Teetor enter-
Larry's father Is an engineer Tom and Velma Albrltton 135 pound shark. uWLajL 6.7.Annie May HamiltonAlex John Beckeron
and although the familywas of Georgia were In town for two Gerald W. Land rum, AME Rosbough, Ccllene Arthur ,Mary tained at the Naples Yacht Club honoring

scheduled to return to the days the first part of this week Third Class, has returned to Brantley, Douglas Wlgglns.Evan. his birthday. A day or two later Mr. and Mrs. Leston

States next month, they decided They closed the sale of their his station In Milton, Fla., after Celine Garcia, Rachel Holland, Faneuf also gave a party at the Yacht Club. This was to
In Pakistan another house on Copeland Avenue. to a 15-day leave which he -, Marguerite Bartlett.
to stay 1 John Holmes' Then Sunday the
celebrate Mrs. birthday.
Alphonso Lopez. It was goodto spent with his parents, Mr. and 68. Linda Wingate,Jesse Wagner .
year.The school of learning the see the Albrlttons again after Mrs. Lester Landrum, In Everglades r Hugh Grant, Linda Morrl. Beckers gave a cocktail and dinner party with Mr. John

formal arts Is out and now Is being gone for year. They and relatives In Fort 3IV.1 'rL' ey son,,Verna Grace Burns McCool, Mayma,Robert Potter Loon., Holmes the star of the evening. This birthday business

the time of schooling In other both had taught In the local elementary Myers. Charles June.69Agnes could get out of hand, but the time has come for more

fields. Malnly-what to do school up until their Terry and Beverly Runkle and Wolcott, Ida Hamil. Neapolitans to go north so all summer "babies" will
with so much time on their move to Georgia. We were hopIng children Bret and Kevin, left ton, Henry DeWilde, Earl Cam.
hands. However, several plans they could spend a longer last Saturday for Gainesville eron, Michael Gideon. be happy with a few cards.
have been formulated and others vacation since Tom likes to Fla. Terry, who has taught 1J Any day after the 20th, when the weather conditions .

are. being processed as an fish so muchbutbeing owners English In Everglades High : 4 DISCHARGES6MsabeUe are right, Mr. and Mrs. Teetor will have breakfast
answer to the question "What of a farm now, they had to School for two and a half Mohney, Alta Hel.. dinner '
here into their end arrive for at
can 1 do now, Mommle" return and tend their animals. years won a scholarship In by, Wayne Bryan, Douglas Wig.: hop own
The school system has a six Virgil and Janice Hand are the Guidance and Counseling gins, Lula Maxwell and baby boy,, their summer home at Walloon Lake, Mich.

weeks summer recreation pro the new owners of Beverly Dan Institute at the University of Bonnie Parrack, Miley McWil. On the 22nd the John Beckers leave for their regular

gram which will get under way leis house on Storter Avenue. Florida Upon completion of llama 62. Fabian Mcintosh, Sonya three or four months In Wolfeboro, N. H.

Monday, June 15, and continue They, with their small daughter this one-year scholarship he Garrett, Willie Walker Alice FAMILY REUNION
through July 24. Tlmei a.m. are from Fort Myers and plans to return to Everglades. Desmore, Ernest Morris An.
to 12 noon and 1 p.m. to 4 will be working with Wayne Terry attended both elemen- W drew Stokes, Doris Preston., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Straub, Rudder Road, leave

p.m. with B.D. Gideon and Aubrey Janes for the Pierson Gas Ser tary and high school In Chat- (McQrith photo) 6.3. Linda Williams and baby Wednesday to spend a week with friends in Indianapolis.Next .

Morris conducting the pro- vice. Go by and extend a"Wel tahoochee. He chose Stet Mrs. George Reid Maxwell boy. there will be a family reunion in Fort Wayne, Ind..
come" hand son as his college and attended
to the Hands. 6-4-Sally Kirkland, Mary Bul.
gram.The following games will be that school for two and a half get and baby boy, Mlssourla Including four grandchildren and Mrs. Straubs sister,

played In the gym or outsideon NEW DEPUTYOur years. He then attended sum Geitz MaxwellPatricia Gsrrlson. Mrs. Watson Tillman of Dallas, Tex.

the field except on the days new deputy Jim Scaggs, met school at Chlpola, and 6-5-Brent Byrne, CriseldaSan. Family visiting over, the Straubs and Mrs. Tillman
from Florida Marie tical to that of the matron ol chez and baby boy, Mary Horack,
was Geltz becamethe
times Indicated be- and family have moved Into the graduated
( or ) as will to Coboconk Ontario Canada for three months.
honor. WUllam Freschel, A.K. Marsh, go ,
bride of
State In Tallahassee. George Reid Max.
table Janes' house In and University
tetherball Copeland
lowi softball, also should receive welcome well in a double ring ceremonya For her daughter's wedding,, Douglas Wiggins, J.C. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collins, who also live on Rudder
tennis shuffleboard, basketball a
4 o'clock afternoon Mrs. Geltz chose a champagne. 66. Louise Jones, Fernando
Road leave about the time. have renteda
ballbadmintonetc. from us.Mike same They
,volley Rivera Essie Johnson James
June 7, in the First Methodist colored silk chiffon sheath with I ,
(Other games will be added] as Gideon Is the new radio Easterlings At Church with the Rev. Harry C. Empire lines and carried white I Crawford, William Yeoman. home for two months in Gladywne, Pa., which puts

desired If practicable and possible operator at the local sheriffs Rotary MeetingIn Parham, pastor, officiating. orchid corsage. 6.'. Leon Bi>ntley, Gladys them right in the center of family activity. Their four
). office It fell his misfortune The bride is the daughter of The church was decorated with I Jones, Iris Worth.
Tuesdays and Thursdaysfrom to have to go to the hospitalIn Toronto, Canada, for the Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Geltz,1529 white chrysanthemums and glad 6.8. Otis Miller, Elllse Ga children and 15 grandchildren all live in the area.

1 p.m. to 4p.m.theEver- Naples just two weeks after 1964 convention of Rotary Inter Third Street, South. She was loll and candelabra. boon, Russell Schafer, Julia Mln. Mr. and Mrs. Collins haven't made definite plans

glades Community Center has going to work Dy the time national are Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd graduated from Naples Senior George Booker was organist: ier 69., Douglas Wiggins. for their return trip, but expect to be back in Naplesthe
621 Orchid Drive High School In the class of 1963 for the ceremony and Mrs.Charl, Agnes Kelly,, JamuRetn.
made Its facilities, games, etc. this column goes to press,Mike Easterltng, hart Alicia Noland and last week in September.
and attended St. Wamble the vocalist baby boy,
available. Is expected to be at home and Naples. The convention began Petersburg Jun. otte ,
Wednesdays and Fridays soon expected to return to his June 7 and closed on Thursdayof lor College last year. Mr. and Mrs.Geltz entertained I Racheal Holland and baby boy. Mrs. Neil Van Wyk and twin daughters, Lisbet and
this week. Over 14,054 Ro Maxwell is the son of Mr. and at a reception for the in
guests Paula leave to be month. will
Saturday They
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, music new job. BIRTHS away a
tartans and members of their Mrs. G.R. Maxwell of Grayvllle, the Fellowship Hall of the church
Instruction will be offered beginning This year's graduating class families from 11 countries were Dl. He was graduated from Naples following the ceremony. Mrs. 62. Mr. and Mrs Kirby Lee visit Mrs. Van Wyk's parents in Glen Rock, N. J.

the second week, which left Friday for thelrhardearned In attendance. High School in 1938 and has Douglas Jones1Mrs.. Robert Abbott Williams, baby boy. With school out, this is a fine time for family travel
64. and Mrs.
will Include instruction In band trip to the Bahama Islands. The Easterlings plan to visit been employed by the Naples Golf and Mrs. James Taylor as. Mr. Guadalupe
and folk All Maybe I will have a report to and Club Sanchez, baby boy. and Naples grandparents expect their share of little vis-
pr square dancing. Montreal, Quebec, New England,, Beach since graduation. slated at the reception.The .
66. Mr. and Mrs Daniel No.
children' of school age In the give you In our next column. and, spend a week In New York The bride was given in marriage base of the three-tiered land itors.Mr.
baby boy.
Everglades School Community Madge Mcintyre Is now selling before returning to Naples around: by her father. Mrs. Ellleen wedding cakewas circled by white 6.7. Mr. and Mrs.Albert Pres. and Mrs. C. D. Skaggs with David and Donna arrive
are encou raged to pa nldpate In beauty products In our area. July 1.John. Smith of Gainesville was matronof mum and gladioli while basketsof
ton, baby boy. the end of the week to be with Mrs. Skaggs'
honor. Bridesmaids were El. fresh fern and flowers adornedthe par
this summer Only This Is a new beauty aid locally -
Richard Hol.
program. 6-8. Mr. and Mrs.
len Abbott, Ann Davis, and Bonnie hall. ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Melvin Smith Fifth Avenue North.
children of school age will be but 1 feel Madge will land, baby boy,Mr.and Mrs.Era. ,
permitted to enroll and participate soon be around to see everyone. Glenn Now Gordon Johnson,Maxwell all of Naples., of Gray. Beach For her and wedding then to trip the to middle Miami est Wingate, baby boy, Mr. and The Skaggs, who live in Johnson City, Tenn., plan this

In the program. Can Work In Yard vllle, 111., cousin of the bride. west, the bride chose a two piece Mrs. James Bartlett, baby girl. annual trip to be here on the 18th for Mr. Smith's birthday.

Gladys McCrea's sister groom, served as best man.'Ushers white lace suit and carried a Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stevens of Arlington Heights,
MORE ACTIVITIES Mrs. RudolphGarrettand family HOUSTON, Tex. (APFor.. were: Charles Colby(Skip) small corsage from her bridal
Mrs. Betts WinsLow III. due the 20th with their children Jeff
WjToy!: DaM ef' riewwlyjv-" of WaycrouGa.weredown mtl' ;astronaut Lt. John Geltz, Michael Gwaltney, and bouquet. After June?:21 the cou. are on !Kathy- .
pointed cik1 outbdlreCfOrSta" J st" week and spent several, '. Glenn has recovered sufficient.ly Thom<'Cartoano)' all of rNstles. ,. pie- '''wll make their home at 'Net'' In First and Craig. They will spend two weeks with Mr. Stevens'

tes that activities other than days with her.Kathleen from an Inner ear disorder 1054 Eighth Street, South. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. I. Stevens, Seventh Avenue,
the above schedule are being Martin was off duty to work In his yard and walk The bridal gown was of white Out-ot.town guests Included Round Of TourneyThe North.
planned. The center will be from City Hall last week. She around the neighborhood.Dr. silk organza with French lace. Mrs. G.R. Maxwell, Mrs. Edna
Charles Berry, chief of The Empire bodice had a scoop Smith and Mrs. Norma Bunting sun smiled brightly on the DUE HERE FOR FATHERS' DAY

.the Manned Spacecraft Center's neckline, long polnt-on-hand lIe. of Grayvllle, m., Mrs. Marie first round of the The Paul winners Bell tour.of The Thor Johnsons will have some grandchildren here
., medical program, said Glenn eves and a beaded floral motif Nelson, Mrs.Nellie Geltz,Jeanne nament Tuesday.
7- I ;;rame.Cue 6:7irorid: : v, ti. .:was still suffering dizzy spells. directly above a narrow band, Luebbers and Toni Novak, all of the first day's play were: for Fathers' Day. Their daughter, Mrs. John Huebner,
."But he is a million times better defining the high-rise waistline. St. Louis Mo.; Sally Smith, For first low net, Mrs.McCune JamesBetts with Peter end Jean, arrives Friday from Royal Oak, Mich.
."' than he was a month ago," The skirt was floor length and Robert Rouse, Peter Borowski, at 73; Mrs. S.W.
[ and Mrs. Tom Abbott tied for And, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff McConnell of Birmingham,
Berry said. was enhanced by a wide band of Karen Hydron, Brenda Summer.
.L'REMEIIBER .. Cmdr. Alan Shepard Jr., who lace embroidered with beads and vllle, William Perry, and Robert second net, each shooting 76. Ala., arrived Thursday for a long weekend with the LeslieF.

.> \ contracted the ailment from a seed pearls. From a flat tailor Bryan, all of St. Petersburg There was a three-way tie for McConnells of the Reef Club. Cindy and Leslie Ann
third between Mrs. Wll.
cold or virus, Is still suffering ed bow at the back of the neck, place
I : : G 4DOH from an Inner ear disorder. fell a wide panel of lace, form. bur Eckard, Mrs. John Becker are with their parents.

,, '-.'. I ..- "Al Is getting along fine," ing a chapel train. The bridal 'Story' With and Mrs. WUllam Schmucker, Susan Eddy, who was graduated from Florida Southern
.. ..' all carding 79.
Say I' wl'hi > Berry hearing said.loss"He but still the has dizziness a slight tiered veil was and Illusion held in tulle place multi.by a Quick BeginningThe Mrs. Frank Blair's 49 won her in the spring has been visiting in Dudley, Mass., Lake

"( ybwen.byWln riJ1: og E D d ::? .. has disappeared. He can fly but pill box lavishly embroideredwith the nlne-hola event of the day. Placid, N. Y., and New York City for three weeks. In

i only as a passenger." beads and seed pearls. The American people many The pairings and starting times the fall Susan will start her teaching career in the new
times are accused of always being for the second roundtobeplayed
bridal bouquet was a cascade of
WITH in a hurry. Jimmie Wilson Story, Tuesday, June 16, are follows: Seagate School.
pink and white bridal roses.
I Zoo Upkeep Too The matron of honor was gown. Jr., is no exception to the rule. 8:30-Stevens, West, E. And. Jill Eckard, a 1963 Naples High School graduate, is

AnimalsPASCO ed In a sheer satin floor.length Jimmie, 8 pounds, 93/4 ounces, erson. now working in town. Jill completed course at the
High, Sell was born about 12:15 Friday 8:3 Cappelle.Powers.Tooke. a
TI wer: dress of pale pink with scoop morning In an Immokalee ser. 8:40 Adams Roland. Massey Secretarial School in Jacksonville and is
Wash. (AP) Black line and brief sleeves It match -Haynes, now employed
s bears went for $1 apiece and an ed the bridal gown In style and vice station without a doctor 8:45: -HackettDlxon Montgo. by the Mosquito Control Board. Her brother Jeff
in attendance. In a hurry, he I. Jones.
African lion was sold for $32. had an Empire style waist witha
rr > ,-, The lion's price was the high. self fabric rose in the center. couldn't wait for a doctor. He 8:50-Becker, Eckard, Brum. (Continued on page 7)
... ,. @ ; had to get to the hospital. flel, Kennedy.
o est received when the animals The back had a full drape from
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'1 from the Chlawana Zoo wertauctlont'd shoulders to floor She wore a Deputy Sheriff James Whatleywas 8:55-Betts, McCune, Abbott, >> -" --. -- --
railed for help and he as. Schmucker.The .
off Friday pink Swiss braid coronet with a .w "
listed In getting the "young man nine-hole players will tee
: Donated by area residents, circular Maline veil. Her bouquet .
t the animals were ordered sold was of pink and white roses in a hurry" and the mother, off at the 1 th hole at 8:3: a They
when county commissioners de. with a larger rose In the cen Mrs. Carolyne Story, to the hos. are: McConnell, HedgcockKoe- 1M1li
tided longer could af. pltal. gel, Blair.
1 they no ter.The bridesmaids wore match
ford to operate the zoo. ing gowns and head pieces iden.FATHER'S Mother and son are doing fine, Members are reminded to signup
I the hospital reports, and have for play and outdoor dinner to
I returned to their home In Im. be hosted by the men's association ou' Woot
mokalee. on Wednesday, June 17. This Shop
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,.,, e.fi r have been sold to Rosmus and Naples, are making concrete
rII Charlote Krueger, who are stay. slab, and will probably be readyto
Martha Ann's fiance also of blood
wu fam'ly giving one pint
Ing at the Seville Hotel, Miami. Mart on the sea wall for the
/ VAKLLlrArI Their lots ire 9, 10, 12 and 13. Marco Island Corp. bj the end graduated. He is going on with will receive blood for his entire
| | :B0- Lot 11 has been bought by Mrs. of next week. his studies to get his Masters family, when needed,for a year
I N L V V J BY Dr. > > \ Degree. If there are enough donors, transportation .
Lady Bird Johnson.
Jackie Bowers and son Rick,
.. Martha Ann plans to work In will be furnlshed-Con.
I ;:. '-.A\ -----elev from Ft. Lauderdale, spent a
Miami. The Hamllns other daughter tact Robert Bowers. The blood
fi.y Mrs. Roger Johnson, Bonnie, troit on business Thursday June CATCH LIMIT couple of days at Motel Marco, Dee Dee, will be leavingIn mobile unit will also be at Naples
and Mrs. Jack Carol, of Naples, 4, and returned to Marco Wed. Captain Bob Kerr guided Robert and enjoyed the fishing two 'weeks to attend Camp Thursday morning
made a trip to Gainesville on nesday, June 10. Menton, Jim Claer and Bill Ton-A.Wand, In Hendersonvllle
Wednesday, June S for Bonnieto Bruse Flower ofMaitland.Fla., R.ynoldslrom Keystone Heights, SURGERY AHEAD N.C., for eight weeks Mr. and Ever add a few rope of
have a check up on her knee spent two and one halt days visit Fla., who are staying at the Is. I am very orry to hear that Mrs Hamlin will
be living at peppermint extract to a confectioners -
operation she had May 1. Mrs. Ing with the Roger Johnson fami lander Motel. They left the dock Earl Cameron, our neighbor, la their home "Hamlln
Jack Carol, of Naples, accom. ly. He and Bonnie are University and were back within an hour back In Naples Community Hoc.pltal. the summer.Wednesday on the HIU"tor sugar frosting for
panted tnem to visit her father, of Florida students. While with their limit of fish, and spent I have heard that Earl has chocolate cookies You can use
Ray Williams, who has been in here he has been enjoying the the rest of the day In Naples had to undergo surgery. All Mar. be a blood mobile Jun.n unit, there from will Miami two cups of the sugar and two or
the J. mills Miller Health Clin. beach and water skiing. It Is playing golf. co residents want to wish him a at the three tablespoons milk just
Ic for five weeks. his first trip to Marco, and he Mr. and Mrs. Ward Rlleyfrom speedy recovery and that he and Woman's Club In enough liquid to make a spreading
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rhoden and likes it very much. Lookout Mountain, Tenn., fished Dot return home soon Naples. Anyon. person from a >.insistency.
sons, from Naples, spent last Mr. and Mrs. Jack Veal from with C apt. John Stephens Good Mrs. Elva Grlffls attended the
Sunday visiting Mrs. Rhoden's Miami spent last weekend at land Wednesday, and caught 20 Historical Society luncheon Mon. 25% Off on Expert Hair
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard their Marco home. nice red fish and 2 nice snook. day, given at The MoorlngsCoun.try Bleaching, Tinting and Hair Frosting.
Addison Mr. and Mrs. Lou Tarbert of Mr. and Mrs. Riley are staying Club. :
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crlffls, Fort Marco were visited over at the Islander. Martha Ann Hamlin, daughterof @ This Week Special!
of the Islander Motel, spent last last weekend by their daughter Capt- Bob Kerr guided Mr.and Mr and Mrs Fred llamltn, of
weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. and son-in-law and grandson,Pete Mrs. Keefe of Miami, who are Marco, was graduated Sunday, Permanent $12 50
Edwin Jones and family In Im. and Betty Meyer, and son Marco staying at the Marco Island Inn. JUne 7, from the University of Wave J
mokolee. from Miami. Their son Frank They have been catching their Miami, with a Bachelor of Arts H..I2S.ooh'clu
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Friends of Loda Hughes will be also paid them a visit. Frank limit of snook each day. Degree. Martha Ann's fiance's M MyN
Interested to know that she is still caught three nice site snook Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Thomp.son family, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Try Mr, Willi' Nrw Hardy Han' Cut'! Makes your act
a bit under the weather. Loda Is weighing about 12 pounds by using have been attending the Klugman and Nancy and Jane, May better and keep the fun out of your permanent
TilE REV JAMES MACKEY who will be installed recovering from a back Injury. an old fly his Dad had thrown Church of God Camp Meeting spent Sunday night at the homeof
II as minister of the First Christian Churchin Roger Johnson flew from Mi. away. Service at Wymama, Fla., the Mr. and Mrs. Hamlln after WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
services this evening at 8 o'clock in the Coquina ami International Airport to De. There have been five lots sold last few days. the graduation.Their son Peter .IT fifth Avo ea Mao ail t r/ra
Sands edifice. (NEWS photo)

I Bankrupt, But costs cheapest only room two pounds possible 10 and shlll.It HAMILTON'S SOUTHWEST FLORIDA'S FINEST AND MOST EXCLUSIVE SHOE SALON

Ings ($7) a day. I think that's

He Resides At cheap He ,said don't when you?"his companywas PRESENTS THE "MOST AWAITED EVENT OF THE YEAR"Hamilton's

making large profits, he
London's Ritz stayed at the Ritz in a $33.a.

LONDON (AP) "Yes, I liveat day suite.
the Ritz," Constantine Dra-
coupe told the London bankrupt.cy Lynda Bird ShownTo End-Of-Season
court, "And at the momentI
have no Intention of living any. Be SeasonedIn
where else."
The Athens-born shipping firm PolitickingHONOLULU
owner offered this Information (AP) Lynda
after the court had heard W. W.Bird Johnson proved herself a
Walter, the official senior re. seasoned performer In the game
celver, say that Dracoulis Ltd.'of politics
went Into voluntary liquidationlast The 20year.old daughter of
year with debts of 330.00C'the President arrived here Friday .
pounds ($924,000). and charmed a crowd of SHOE SALE
Dracoulis, 45, admitted that 500 at the airport.She .
In one hectic month he lost: diverted from her path.
On the stock exchange, $%35,. way to shake hands with some
200.On who lined the fences and of.
the horses,$112,000. fered a spirited "hi" to all.
On an election bet, $70,000. Lynda is in Honolulu to ad.
"And yet you still reside at dress the Little White House
the Ritz?" asked the
receiver. Conference on Children and
"Yes," replied Dracoulis. Youth at the University of Ha. Starting Monday Morning at 9 o'clock/
"Do you call youraalf a man wall.
of honor?" It is her first official solo sa
"Yes, I do." speechmaking appearance. UNTIL 9
Asked how he managed to After her address, the Presl.
stay on at one of London's more dent's daughter wants to see
expensive hotels, Dracoulis an. sunk sports as deep sea fishing, Andrew GellerA
iwered skin diving and sailing. Mademoiselle
"My friends pay In about COO She'll leave Sunday for the
pounds ($1,120) a month." neighbor Islands before return. Personal Message:
He emphasized that he had Ing to Honolulu Wednesday, ALIZZIOI
1 cut down on his expenses --- I should n. to tale this opportunity to invite the
"Some people think I should
move out, but I don't see why," Does your husband think he people of Southwest Florida to ear tl9.ntic snood!
he told the court. doesn't like mayonnaise' Try D R E 5 5 hs I I. MILLER
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this week for 10 days. Then he returns to Florida State o-hwhn My s

University for his final semester. 14 90

Carol Garland, a student at Stetson University, Is I 16.90
off for a round of visits in Illinois. Then she goes to

lake Geneva, Wise., to work at College Camp. This Is CAPEZIO/DEJON

the summer school for George Williams College and also -. AMALFI
caters to adult conference groups. It has been In opera. NATURALIZER

tion since before the turn of the century. Carol's grand.

father was one of the founders, and her parents, Dr. JOYCE Styles
and Mrs. J. C. Garland, both worked in and studied at the Colors: TOWN & COUNTRY ;

camp. I Pumps

There will be AUXILIARY three summer LUNCHEON bridge luncheons sponsored : W DRESS SANDALS : Open $h.mks.

by the Naples Community Hospital Women's Aux Bone Spectators

iliary. The first is scheduled for Wednesday, June 17th, Ye'.. STYLES Regularly To Reh
at the Piccadilly Pub. Early reservations are desirable as Parts. N'
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only a limited number of tables can be accommodated. Jede Green Regularly To $2 I,95

Call Mrs. Richard Pittman MI 2.2121- Materials

Among those who plan to attend are Mrs. John ,: Platinum $19.95 :

I Meyers, Mrs. James M han, Mrs. Benjamin Sutton, Mrs. thiIH 1 0 90 /scalds
| William Arbaugh, and Mrs. H. S. Tenney Jr. : : GM

Mrs. Jennie J. Cappiello and son John, Tropical Orange 9"90 Celtics:

I Apartments, will leave Tuesday for a six weeks tour of II.d I M..Ms

I the west with San Francisco the terminal point. Blue Chip _

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New Orleans, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and others be- RH Sorry, No Telephone Orders All Sales Final 0 No Returns No Exchanges C.aillOl

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77 In 'Seniors'Word Golf HonorsOJ.
g Mr
has reached Naples by 111P Stevens became first

belated newspaper clipping that Flight champ of the annual City SPORTS
William Dlddel, 79, of Carmel,
E Golf Tournament nearing com
Ind. "stole theshow"
and Maples,
V pletlon at the Beach Club.Stevens -
from 400 other golfers 60th In beat Mil Eckard. 4 and 2. . .. . . . . . . .
the opening round of the an.
nual United States Seniors Golf to MM the honor in the final

Championship, played In Rye, 1 match.
Jane 14. 1964
Johnny Yates took the top
N.Y.This honors in the
would have been no surprise
to Neapolitan !golfers who Might In a close one. 1-up. Little League
are aware that the designer of over Jerry Fyke last week
Big Cypress Golf Course and a .C. waghorne was the win
winter resident of Naples has ner of the consolation bracket
been shooting his age for the past ir the list( flight division Ira Cleaners Edge Standard 8-7
12 or 15 years. Capelle and Bob Spencer arc ,

Dlddel, who lacked four daysof paired to play for consolation
being 80 at the time of the honors In the top division but
opening round, played in the 75 had not played the match at Exchanae Over Kiwanis, 5-0
to 79 age bracket in the tourney, press: time for the NEWSTheir -
and fired a 38.39.77, over the match will complete the 1964 In the game,three by EdFrarik.
Westchester Country Club lay. STANDINGSW
out. tourney.Women's, L Trail Cleaners had eight.
Jaycees 3 1 Hall and Larry Rogers
The final results of the senior Standard 011 2 1 share the shutout for Exchange

tourney were not available for "" ........,.. Tennis Holland Salley 2 1 Hall gave up two hitsIn
the NEWS. Dlddel reportedly is j.'IIIJG'J! : .il j{" -"""' __
Trail Cleaners 1 2 three and
innings Rogers
in Detroit attending aboard meet and Alec Winters. Phil Uarbyshire, big Cypresspro
of the
JUNIOR GOLFERS taking lessons as part Here Exchange 1 2 three in his three frames.
Ing. Summer Recreation Program and preparing for is kneeling at right. Back row from left are : Tourney Kiwanis 1 3 Oly Cowles singled and Paul

the Jaycees Youth Golf Tourney shown on a start Susan Bell, Crockett Jones, Debbie Barrett, Roger Trail Cleaners Giants upended Llndabury sent him in with a
East Naples ing tee at Big Cypress. Front row, from left, are : Roland, Bobby Rosier, Mike Pauly and Bobbie Next SundayThe Standard Oil Friday triple to deep right field for

Ray Bass, John Craig, Jeff Morris, Roger Morris DeVogt. (NEWS photo) night 8-7. knocking Standardout Exchange's first run In the

Minor League Naples Tennis Club and the of undisputed first placein first Inning. It was Llndaburys
Recreation Department will holda the second-half Little Lea- second three-base hit of the
pies Civic Assn. 1.2, and Scholts American Legion Play
Tending the outcome of a Sat. and Son Painters 0.2 women' doubles tennlstourna gue standings season, and only the fourthin
I urday afternoon contest Food ment next Sunday at 1 p.m. on Exchange shut out Kiwanis the league.
Bank was the only unbeaten team Games will be played Monday the Cambler Park tennis courts. 5-0, in last night's other con- Alan Stone led off the fourth
in second.half play in the East through Thursday this weekbe. Recreation Director Julius
I Naples Minor Little League. ginning at 6 p.m. at the Shadow: Jackie Kline Tosses No-Hit Game Lesser said the competition will test, enabling all teams to have with a home run as the first
I: lawn diamond. Farmers Market be open to "all of the gals from won at least once and lost at batter to face Kiwanis relief
Food Bank, with a 2.0 record, meets Scholtz Monday, Boat Ha. six to 60," and they should re least once in this half. pitcher Jay Lawrence Lawrence
played strong Turner and Son ven plays Food Bank Tuesday, glster at the Recreation Depart. Standard Oil tangles with Exchange had taken over from
Boat Yard Saturday afternoon. ENCA meets Scholtx Wednesday,: As Naples Blanks Arcadia 9.0 ment office. at 5:15 Monday at Cam- Ducky Flowers. Three more
Turner is 2.1, Farmers Market and Farmers Market plays Tur. Trophies will be given to the bier Park In the first gameof Exchange runs in the ffthbroke
I 1-1, Boat Haven 2.2, East Na. ner and Son Thursday. a Little twin
winners. No entry fee Is League bill. the game open. One run scored
Jackie Kline pitched no-hltter Pedro scored Naples' first run Five more runs came In for In
required. Mrs. Arthur Russelland the 7:15 contest, Kiwanis on a wild pitch and Stone
in the second when he in the seventh. Walker
'as the Naples American Legion inning was
her daughter Jo Ann are will after
go a strong Holland singled in two others. Linda-
showed a sudden reversal of form safe on an error. He stole second blooped a single to right-center
the first to enter the tournament.
and clubbed Arcadia, 9.0, Friday moved to third on another and stole second. He scored as Salley team bury and Storter each had two
afternoon at Arcadia. misplay, and came home on a Hamilton beat out an Infield sin. Trail Cleaners staged a four.run hits.
Naples manager Rollle Rice passed ball. gle and the ball was overthrown. uprising in the fifth to takean
was exuberant over Kline's pitch Pedro lined a single to right, SoftballAverages 8-5 lead, and Standard Oil
lag and the team's robust hitting Kline reached second in the bringing in Hamilton. Kline and couldn't quite catch up in a Little League
.w and flawless fielding. The local Naples fourth when the third Richard Woodruff reached baseon last-ditch rally. Relief pitcher
t MMwaw..e .. Legion team had been soundly baseman picked up Kline's fielders' choices, Kline scoring Roger Johnson got the
beaten in its first two outings grounder and overthrew first on a passed ball and Woodruff last two Standard batters on AveragesThrough
It of the season. base. The Naples runner movedto coming across on MikeWeeks' strikeouts with the
tying run
Either tall righthander Steve third on a passed ball and single to right.Bob Koch, on second base. Friday's Games
I 4 Clark or lefthand Nick Pedro scored as Archie Turner ground. who, had walked, scored Naples'last Through Thursday's Games Behind 26 or more at bats
''fwarW will start on the mound as Naples ed out. run when Pedro Sar singled 26 or more at bats by one run, Trail
____t Y.a hosts Wauchula's Legion to center and the Arcadia out. Cleaners went to work in the AB H RP Avg.
___ ,,_ team at 3 p.m. Monday at Cam In the fifth, Donald Walker fielder fumbled the ball. AB R H Avg. fifth Inning. Ray Jensen singled Gratton 41 24 31.585
bier Park. The local boys will unloaded a triple well over the Hamilton and Walker had three Schultheis 3318 1'7 .515 and David King reached Hartford 41 23 35.561
be out to square their record left fielder's head, and scoredas hits apiece to pace Naples' 12-hlt Wheeler 38 13 19.500 base when his drive was drop Johnson 36 17 17 ,472
2.2. Tom Hamilton singled up the assault. Pedro and Mike Weeks Rice 31 7 14 ,452 ped in the outfield. Tim Bell Lawrence 32 13 24 ,406
middle. Pedro sent In Hamilton
Arcadia hit only three ballsto each added two hits. Kline struck Flowers 41 13 17 ,415 relieved Standard pitcher Mark Barley 33 13 24 ,394
vhf'k the outfield in the seven.lnn. with a long triple to rlghtcenter, out a total of six Arcadia bats Bennett 33 11 13.394 Allen. Another outfield error D. Hunter 50 19 20 .3aO
and that made it 4.0.
ing game Friday, as the DeSoto men Stahlman 43 15 16.372V. allowed Jensen to score after Frank 37 14 17 .378
County boys couldn't solve the Weeks 46 12 17 .370 Roger Johnson whacked a sin Rayburn 33 12 17.364
offerings of Kline, a righthan. Cubs Wallop Pirates
Rans 29 6 to left. in with
der who just graduated from 10.345 gle King came Hall 37 13 20 .351
Naples High School and captain.ed D. Weeks 47 15 It1 .340 the go-ahead run when Hoke Tucker 32 11 19.344
the football team in his senIor Kline 34 14 11.323 Gracely singled sharply up the Allen 39 13 25,333
year. Elks Reds Deal Dodgers Wolf 31 10 10.323 middle.An Daniels 36 12 14,333
There were only three Ar. Murphy 35 8 11 .314 outfield error brought In Provenrano:: III 16 18 ,314
cadla base runners, all recipient Shimer 33 10 10 .303 Johnson, and Gracely scoredon Bell 26 8 15,308
r of walks given up by Kline. The -'- Van Hall 34 9 10.294 JLm Kollopoulos' single to- Flowers 43 13 -21.302
Fs +u r first of these was issued to op. Their First Ldss 9-4 Llles 38 10 11 .289 right. Jensen pitched the First' Gracely 30' 9 8 .300
,' } M posing pitcher Skinner with two Pease 44 11 12 .273 five innings forT rail Cleaners Lindabury 35 10 9 .286
.a f. 4 out in the fifth.That ended Kline'sbid Yahl 44 6 12.273 but he ran out of his week's Bass 36 10 17 ..2'18H.
for a perfect game. Elks Reds dealt the first de. Daryl Lyon started it with a Schmucker 33 5 9 .273 allotment of Innings after that. Watkins 38 10 16,263
In the sixth the hurler
walked Naples feat of the season to Cypress single, and Glenn Thornton reach. Hartter 35 7 9 .257 Lefthander Johnson gave up Hatcher 27 7 11 .259
two successive batterson
ed base Al Hack
on an error.
3.2 counts, but escaped trou. Lodge 295 Dodgers by a 8-4 eny walked Bruce McCarthy Hartnett 36 13 9 .250 four walks in the sixth and two Rogers 27 7 9 .259
score in Senior Little
w 7 time'yM ble when centerfielder Van Weeks action Friday night. League doubled, Roger Mann and Phil Swiss 33 10 8 .242 runs before striking out the Walker 35 9 8 ..25'1O.

hauled in a fly ball and doubledoff The vlctoy enabled the Reds Hadley singled, and all these Btckford 42 10 10.238 side.Earlier .Cowles 39 10 16,256
-- .--.... one of the runners. Weeks to creep within one game of the runners scored. Bob Tudor, Askew 38 12 9 .237 in the game Stan- T. flumer 32 8 13 ..250Kollopoulos
A FAVORITE In the upcoming Jaycee Golf Tour- made three catches, and none flrst-place Dodgers. The Reds Lyon, and Thornton added sin. Haynes 39 9 9 .231 dard took a 41 lead, with Gary 28 7 3.250
of the other Naples outfieldershad rill to the rally. Peer 28 7 6 .214 Hartford doubling in two runs. 41 10
nament, scheduled for Monday, June 22, is Bill had a chance to gain a tie with Vachon 15.244
Boyd of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Boyd. Young any chances. the league leaders when the two Winning pitcher Thornton went Caballero 33 3 7 .212 Trail Cleaners gnawed away Griffin 37 9 15.243
NAMED MAT CAPTAIN teams were scheduled to meet the distance, allowing only two getting one run on Don Sltta's M. Watkins .0 9 15,225Sltta
Boyd, a senior-to-be at McCallie School for Boys BETHLFIIEM. Pi. (AP) again at 8:00 Saturday night at hits, Tommy Peele's single In homer another on Johnson's 33 7 6 .212
in Chattanooga, Tenn., is shown teeing off at Big the sixth and Finger's single in Three FloridiansOn
Harley Ferguson, runnerup for Cambler Park In makeup game.In double, and the tying run on a Stoner 39 8 12.205
Cypress. He has been on the school golf team the Eastern Intercollegiate Association Friday's other Senior the seventh. Junior passed ball.
the past three years and will captain the team u1-poundwresthng I title, League game, David Whitehead The Cubs wasted notlme.scor. College In his five Innings, Jensen RP--Runs produced total
next year. lie has had rounds of 75 at Big will captain the l.ehigh University hurled a one.hlt shutout as Cole ing six runs in the first inning All-Star Team struck out 12 Standard batters. of runs scored and runs battedin.
He'sfrom Her County Motors Cubs took against the Pirates. After three
NEWS malmen next season .
( photo)
Cypress. The losers four hits
walks, Tom Bell and Steve Grimm got only
Richmond Ky. .care of Lawyers Abstract fir DODGE CITY, Kan. (AP)_
ates, 13.0. The Cubs and Fir singled, and Steve Chlckerlng Three Floridians were named
ates were to go at it again at doubled. Whitehead then singled Friday to the National Junior
5:30 Saturday in another make in Chlckerlng. College Athletic Association's
up contest. John Abbott and Jim Steinbach 1964 All.Star baseball team. Gifts for Father's'unTime
THE The Reds and Cubs will meetat singled and scored in the fourth.In They were David Magnole,
5:30 Wednesday, with the Dod. the fifth, four walks, SteIn. outfielder and Frank Gongola,
gers and Pirates playing at 8. bach's two-run double, and an pitcher, both of Dade J.C. MI.
Six big runs in the sixth inn error resulted in five more runs. ami, and Richard Fernandez of
Ing brought the Reds their vie. 'The Cubs accumulated a totalof Manatee: J.C., Bradenton.Man From \\ours
tory over the previously. unbeaten eight hits against Pirate pit. .,
G Dodgers. Before that big chers Jerry Rose and Gary Wil. o' War, one of America's
DELI.} Inning, the score was tied, 3.3. (lIam. Fred Moss singled in the greatest race horses skipped Bermuda
The Reds nicked Jeff Johnson ;fourth for the only Pirate safe. the 1920 Kentucky Derby and
and reliever Mark Finger for I ty off Whitehead. The game was launched his J-year-old career
aid Cfu&. six singles and a double In the 'called after five innings becauseof by winning the Preakneis that To r
sixth. the 10. run lead rule. sasuxi.FREE.


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1-Announcem.nts 2o-Pertonal 41 -Trucks Tractors 49-Houies For Rent 58-lots For SoleWaterfront 65-Gen. Real Estate

IUI r. Tomioml, Men or woman wi'h drinking RENTALShOUSES GET THE KEY TO A HOME
Trul delivery Streifht 5" pickup,
Vanderbilt. Beach Estates HOMES not house.
problem Ask for j
MI *." ttttl3BoatsMotors help by call V ( end 4000 sines, heavy duty.For .
ins Ml 24)51 Visitors Cordially Lot I I. block L. unit, 2 home The kind that needs
the best In truck haul
waicomad Meetings. in First LUFF buy CMC 421 ttll Lot I. Block J. unit 2 only your family' to grace them I---
leg see
'.p..11. Church Anne on Silt St. N. Temporary location APARTMENTSFURNISHED. It.100 cash for both lots Phone and mk them into warm
Acces. St. at its Ava avery Tues and II7.t.th .' write Don Holland, 740 123 friendly haven of physical: cow.
Fri night el I.30 P.M. YIAR. UNFURNISHED IIAION.J. Avenue Treasure island' .. Fie, fort and spiritual blise., May it\k i. ,it
we halpyou start making peur \
17 Mitcholl, Runabout and tralor 3I07IS4 HOME TODAY?
40 hp Johnson Eloctromat 44 MoblU Hornet J/J4JOI UIJ
le Can be seen .t Quit Glass 38-Autos For Sale GORDON DRIVE I bedroom. lit kalhs. i'JUL

HI15.and Aluminum weekdays S/lIst Ml 10' x 50' Skyline Trailer, Air 1144 3rd ST SO Large 100' 5 115 lot 11500 Sroohsids. 112.MOIII I-
\962 Th..nd.bordHerdlop. R & Reasonable for
Ml I 2412
1K2 1? Ft 'Mitchell openboat H. P owerwin doos. "',,. f.e. cash or term Ml I.S200 or Ml l/ltts UNUSUAL large '0' s J3- |lot I bedrooms. I b.,"..
H hp.Mercury.: ErifTno Soe.trie tory our Conditioning Low mile.me. 1 (341 */ll St FOR RENTS In Coquine Sends Diana Ave .100

17 Ft Semmoio Trailer" .. MI 2 U04 .It.. I P M. Trsilur. ...110 cibunu ion u'l' bedroom homo located In ibedrooms. .Ib.tll,
I97J. LUFF CMC. I INC 421 SuIt e/2' tf pert I orrintors.IC Nc. toiit. Aq".n.' shores on the ..t... 10 e ISO- lot In Ridge, Lakes Coconut Or.ve 111.MlY
SI N. Ml tI270 t/llthf2t .. This Are*. 15000 food terms
U5) Ramblar Convertible. Good MI 24155 er 2279?. home is completely tur.CoOed. '
Che. Ullf45Tr.il.r. Priced fo, only IU5 00 VIVIAN 00 r: 'rrt.ton. Midway on yearly b.sis.. To show, call 124 5th Av*. So Ml 2 4741 :. -,
See South and Model
Business Oppl.TEXACO MI 141" AusociatesZeipha: Naples
.t VIVIAN 000.
Words Don't For Rent REALTOR. 1Z4 5th A... 10. 111 D.n,".?....,|'..nd Hivr.r..rT Home on display LOST III:It IIEAl>(S.\IJ- crewman climbs the forestay .

INC. Trailer" II a week. win, TV 1270 iithlt: N--: iiT'ROYALL Associates, : of Kurrewa V, an ,Australian Una need 12-meter sloop that ,

Mean A Thing 110 I week. Spaces It a week Available et once t bdrm. t 1.010 Drov. ,. Lucille Otis Virgil'I Mercum will be shipped to the United States for final elimination of J
For lease. now undor construe Mock Crook Truler, Park baths Near Lake Park School ,. I
lion. ultramodern stetion ot Tha .Iterance. you pay will 4/2ltt 111! unfurnished. Write Rood O Oanen J Herbert ConnMr 2120 Post. DEWEY'POLLYREALTY British challengers for the America's Cup. The sail was :

Moorings tnoppinf, Center. Na. surprise you Check with' us 1(51 ,Mandarin Rd. -:- carrltd away on the first trial off Gosport England.
pies Paid training program and today and *.. Were not fool 1 bdrm 2 baths. 1135 me Sharpo I dupTeii lots near
financial assistance available 48-Apts. For Rent par Sea Gate School You have to --_...._...
For information on this valu nil' make money on these lots 0 1 0 "' i...b'n W .'m'vi.u. -..- .. ..3&,4W0iWUi

ibis frinCItlil contact Don AS.rnathy. '3 I/O tlO liDO VINCE CONBOY All for 14100 Q. H LUFF Corner of Sue Ave. Uo &
T..co. I"e. P. 0. Furn, I bdrm. epts Edicioncioi R... R. E. Broker, 421 tin It Tomleml Trail
CORVAIft monia t dr Bucket .1. 5th Au..
'0. III' ft. My.rs. Phone (0 seats, AT. It..H. WIW Avo. So TV. Ml Air 14741 Condo. 74) 4th Pt,. M'' 15101"Ok..y N..__ I/Ms ____ Ml. 14151. OnBoating Naples
1-4121. 12SUICK Residential Lot Lake-.k. I Tips

pclol Cenv V .. AT. I b.doo", furnished .pl. Twin Near school end stores 12.771, mmmSPECIAL Flotilla I ( I
TEXACO INC. Lake 005 Granada ..eI.I MARLOWE ft BECK. ,
R&". PS WSWCHIIYSLER 5/12.14.15 50-Rooms For Rent Ave. Sou'" 411 Ith 80
Ml 11221.
,., I.... hIs' potential 1 lay -
Station now In operation In Large room with private batS 19 ft fiberglais "Crolb)" USCGA
Naples Paid Training Program, seats. I2>90. /11.1' for ,lady Clot to beach and 59 runabout, twin 40 II.?.
and financial assistance available hopping center Call balorenoon -AcreageDIITRESSII
For information contact Futur t dr. bucketseels EIIc..ne. 0.1' W..k, 0' or evening Ml' 14531 Johnion motors with only
RIM manual. big 'n.gino. Month. (IRIS MOTEL. M' The Seventh
Don Abernathy Tissue Inc. lJtf51WantedToRent Owner need District U.S. On a percentage basis for
15 hra. line 2-18
P O. Box III. *. Fl. I DM or MI III5I new.
MyersPhone | money 10 acre 1150 total Coast Guard headquarters decals withheld It Is about the
ED 71122. 1/1 tfBusiness CAOILLAS DeVille 4 dr. ht. Owner largo furnished ...,. price. Collier County Reel, Es ,al. gas tank, all control, In Miami
'Ho", .n" b usuness bc ..I.. AT .... PS PW. P Suet A/C. ciency Air cond Iton....,. tale Ml Illll. Open Sundays etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail covers the area of same as 1962. Greatest per-
Apt. Ml 1 4IM Ml -2192 Sib tf South
RIH. WSW or Caroltniamost ofGeorgla of violations
I srs ro I home In centage were papers
.saperet building,' Sacrifice, for Cadillac, Cp.. Do VIII. fully 2 btdroom furnished el,c.one* WANTED: BEDROOM CLOSE UNFURNISHED For trailer or homeslte overI er complete package and Florida. Naples Flotilla In
not order
or 'large dn "payment equipped, opt No pets or children, Ml acre .el.. m acre I acre Improper
'o'.hl A.7 Collier County; IMPERIAL crown, t dr. MAT 11317. er Ml 1.8919 4/llf IN NINO YEAR SEPT ROUND 1ST. BEGIN WRITE tracts with electricity' endreed's $1,805. See at 16BO Murex of the U.S. Coast Guard a unit numbers no lights or not satisfactory -

H..... 5131.1'In..tm.nt PS, PB. PW, Rtrl, F.nllh.d 1 bedroom apart.went. BOX 404 CORAL GABLES 14FLA 120 dn.. Other 120 big per acreage'0. end trects up. Drive, or call Bill Tucker, of this district presents the no Ire extinguishers -

$5000 $1500:0' Field 110000' can Enlirpruse doublior WSW RAMSLER. .....,. Wagon, AT .en nd. HuES bath.":" Hlm. 2/hIS ditch I/I,K 73919 Collier. County Real, Estate. Ml Midway 2.4295 Excellent following Information concernIng and no flares.
Open Sunday
triple In rolutuvely, ..00,5p.riod. RtH A/C S.bal l Shorei 2/lttlwth BUTI Courtesy Motorboat Exam- In 1963 the COAST GUARD
Ch..tc, Condutuons 'oe. SO 52-Real Estate WantedHave
quick, .et.on. Suitable p.tn.. RAMBLER 4 tI,. Sdn "I"' Std YEAR ROUND LIVINO "H acre rtact. 50fl"dn end Ination decaU withheld during responded to 37.000 requestsfor

Or Inv..to Contact boo I131A.II. Shift. Overdrive. A/C Modern ono btdroom and oflicuncy 1250000 cash need I 15,00 per mo no Interest. 1350 1963 In the entire district. help and saved 1.900tVel\
Colluor. County N..... Slilt7Dogs Apts furnished. TV of Trail One mile from Golden Gate
R4H bedroom house west .
cable Real
DODGE Wagon V.. AT Haater In Monthly or year Ml I 1113!. 1/1.'Ot County Ee
'ound. MI 2.4455. 1<.111' R,. and late. Ml I 21111 Open Sunday
New Paint trict. U.S.C.G. made
.".. Ave 5/3 If 2/lllfwth ... Auxiliary
Cats Pets It 54-Trade Sell .IHt acres on Immokelee' Rd": -m1lfl Papers not In order 418... l,022"asslsts"year while

AKC male Great Dana I mot ono 300 5 dr. ..d." V.. AT 49-Houses For RentMoorings' or 17500 cash Your chance for WANTAD Improper numbers, 650... No nationwide the Auxiliary made
PS. R'H. cod Investment CARIBBEAN
old. Must sell ot once Will, Will trade equity In Lake Park REALTY! lights or not satisfactory 60,177 "assists."
II 3750.N. Trail I Midway '
.. offer over 1100 or .
will, convener trade. MI 2 1791 FORD, t D,. ..!.. Std shift., renlel.: Pool Unfurnish.d Pete, bedroom.yearly house. Call for MI land 1-4211.In City or j/ltf Counl 11185 4/21.tht.tf 858... Life saving devices not

,/lU RiHCHEVROLET. 2* bath I27SOO a ..month -ifORTof -1.p tbedroom satisfactory or none, 332.
Bel'.Air 4 Dr. available now. option to pur home pricedat FIVE ACRE TRACTS CLOSE Advance
HT AT RIH PB PS. thin 111.500.I Mortgage bath payment IN ON ROAD SURVEYED No signaling devices, 481... No BuyingOf

It 12-Help Wanted A/C Two block from beech cow.ploteip 157 per mo Went city, lot 19000 OWAtgWJJO AND A bElle Class U and III only,

MAN OR WOMAN WITH AD. 57 furnished. .yearly, renlel, CARIBBEAN" REALTY 1750 N. BECK REALTORS dPI ITH 2!).. Carburetor tlame arrester New Citrus
MINISTRATIVE AND SELL. CHEVROLET. 4 Dr Sdn V.,. 5 bedroom 2 both, 1250 00 Trail Ml 2 1185 AVE. SO. MI I.5221, 321.stfaforsal.Chseii5i0 6
ING ABILITY TO HEAD THE Sid Trait. RAH month, available November Ut 4/21 Shelf 4i Ventilation Inade'qua
CLASSIFIED DEPT. AT THE DODGE, I D,. HT AT, RiH ( te, 23... No fire extinguishers
NEWS, SALARY PLUS COMMISION PS, PPOODEi'l Ch.".. Con Realtor. The Moll. per c'it''Itt split CARIB :
AND CAR EXPENSES: Key 210 Fourth Ace. South. 57-Houses For Sat.P.R 1750 N. Trail, or not approved type, 858... jCrop StrongLAKELAND .

FOR AN INTERVIEW CALL '' Jr.( M; PS.' PB.'Af Noplol. Ml 2 5175. I/I 051 MI "".a iiJ SL.TS3!! Vtroro SECTION UADDIWNAL"RElJUlREMENT ;
!Ml 22107 MR WYATT R ; GOING ON VACATIONS SALE comoIotelylul' for ..I. at 191 j>*f : (AP- TI .r.'.
CADILLAC. 4 0,. AT Pt. PB. Lov.11co .. acre Might sell pert Two $ AUXILIARY
RON, A/C. WSW ROOM COTTAGE SLEEPS mshed. for only II.000. Located mile. south of proposed FtLeudordele not much you can say about the
13-Help Want. Ferrule OLDER MODELS 1 ALL ELECTRIC KITCH. on I high lot nicely' landscaped: Rd. CARIBBEAN I alee and quality of next season's

13 Chrysler' NY 4 .,.. EN AVAILABLE IV WEEKOR REALTY 1750 N. Trail MI Galley itove4tnproperly Installed Florida cItrus but
Secratery wented Must have AT MONTH IN NORTH CAROLINA t bedroom and t bath, nice 2.5151.' S2LTkstfQ'I crop, buyersare
Real, Estate Shorthand RtH PI Fluid Drive 1700 FT ELEVATION kitchen large living room or type not approved. already snapping It
experience up.
M Chrysler. Win 4 dr. AT. pool' end patio ..; 20 .C''.. Ill eer' ,
swimming 35
a mutt Writ resume of CALL Ml 2 1117 t/IOlf .. Fuel tanks Improperly
qualification'' to P. O. Boo 1737 PS RtH Fluid Drlvo screened In. Beautiful '.nd..... ere. Collier County Real, Es Robert C. White, prIce analyst
A 'iE E ITI You will, love this, I I' for tale. MI 23911 Open Sunday NOTICE Installed' 1SS. Carburetor for
10 I/IQ.51 WOOD CHRYSLER bedroom furn homo. 712 An. ed lot. near the beach only .. Florida Citrus Mutual, said

E.per..ne.d. w0utrous .t Andy sPit derton Or. No. Neplei. near |2!.100. Let us show thl. to you l/7wtf ____ drip pan improperly instilled Friday that advanced buying of

B.rb.cu.. MI I 2991. Apply PLYMOUTH, INC. new S.. Gale School. Ml I.1111. today SOMETHING' DIFFERENT IN IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT OP THE the 1804-63 has been strong.
bitt 65. Electrical installation crop
oft. I p.m. .. not
2MO N. Trail. Ml 2 SSII llv
I bedroom. 2tt bath large There ,Is
Ono and" two bodoomThouuo. NOW S acre trect loceted AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY satisfactory 115... Anchorandline every Indication that
kitchen with
CLASSIC SPORTSCA97j. Inn room. nlco lust one mile from US 41. FLORIDAIN prices will\ be he
furnished Cit ywat.r. near built In appliance lir... not 149. Bilges good, said.
satisfactory .
Wanted Male 0 r XX 120 roadsler. red wirewheels Drive on to jP'w t CHANCERY
14-Help Trail and school Th,.. to .
overlooking th.laba "There has
screened porch HO. been some buying
new paint' and.carpeteE your own car end compare It not clean 35 Conditionof
cellent condition' First 11200 choose from Reasonable rate : near shopping, center and again I any other! Only III LylE' NORMA 'OITEEN. as early as the bloom period and
Truck driver wanted (or route tehee Ft. Myers phones WE From |St to 165 per mo MI beach nice landscaped lot all down full price |7||. For PlainlltfCLARENC vessel not satisfactory 20...
work ta delivery and water 15307 or ED 4 741 ./11 1.14 24009. H W Welkins, 1/11.tf this' for only 111.100. further Information contact: v. this In Itself Indicates a strong

conditioning, work. Contact My. 2 bdrm. cottage completely fur I D' T' Jones Enterprises, Inc RUPERT OITEEN.Dafandent SECTION 111 AUXILIARY demand for the 1964.OS crop,"
OSlo L. P. Gas. MI J 453>. 40-Auloi Repairs Parts mined I blk>. from beach. I To see any of the above cell Midway 2.1140, P. 0. Bon 171 REQUIREMENTS a CLASS A White said.Mutual
'/U5tT" bike from per Available until VIVIAN OQO REALTOR. 124 NOTICE OF SUIT .
.chang.ran d/or front end Dec I. MI 24011 lI /'.lit 5th Av. So Phone Ml 14741Associate TO: CLARENCE RUPERT OSTEEN No flares, 663... No oar or field men have report.

Cli end nwenl Battery man, 1053 Hutchison 5th Ave.Ti Sol.5t ,.. LOOK HEREI! bd,.... 'unl.hd or unfur Dan Burglund' Zelphe*' Mayre 62-Business PropertyReal Alto Rt $5 Lama l 1. Bo T 114*.*( paddle. 122M No pump or bailer ed advance buying of the orange

mined house with carport on "" Saw era h..blnot''''''' that 162. crop over the last few monthsat
Call Anderson "PRIVATE
pciv.te.tat. SALE Complaint' for Divorce has been filed
Es p.ronc.dsorvicesta. lion at where Ml JSOII "' tf Fronlage. 120 afoot. ',ont ADDITIONAL $2.50! to $3.00 a box with the
tandent Over tl. with, refer Wondering to go NO BROKERS .It..n. Naples and M.,. ag.inst yea arerequir.0to INFORMATION ,
onces. Ml 26121, I/I Jt With your car problems? Gu..' hoc... compl.t.ly fur.ehod Owner" must sell three bedroom co Island T.nolf. ColIi.r C.. s.rv.r"coi; ,5 your Answer a, ON DECALS WITHHELD price tending to firm In recent
I I bath home In THE MOOR. Complaint thaIainiifl5
from Call
black b..ell. Real pleedmg an
Estate. .
Factory Finish Paint, Jobs Ml I 2-4011 '/1 II INGS. Central heat and air Sunday Ml t Mil Open. Alt orneyo. Ihe Law FIrm: FOR 1963 weeks at ".00.Sour root orangesare
I/]. .
16-Help Available Wrack RebuiltTuneups 2 5.droom tarnished, house conditioning.t carpeting bedrooms throughout Complete .. of BROWN SMITH ft NICHOLS CARROLL Belch VEGA Building 12,431 boats Were examined In special demand.
p..aona bI." to right part Ml "Prices wll be Influenced by
Naples. florid.. end file the
Un.ne..m lit ...d lady w.h.. p0. Front tnt alignmtnt 2 5713. 5/10.55 and dishwasher kitchen. Including. Nice' screened disposal 65-Gen. Real Estate original' thereof In the office of the during 1963bylnspectorExamIners. the U.S. Department of Agrlcul.ture's .

.,.on.e.lI.nt os companion chancIer houMkttp..lo, .. Motor Overhaul VERY ROOMY 4 BR. 2 Beth porch' paved driveway sodded Clerk, of the Circuit Court of Cel. 9.286 decals were Issued crop estimate which will

.ne.. P''er living In. Mid. unfurnished home on largo lot lawn Phone Ml 24104 after 1130. 13th St. No. Newer 2' :her County. at East Naples. FlorIda and 3,145 decals were with- well
Transmission r.buillLubrication PM. on or before the 14th day of be released In October, ss
In Pin. Rd. Enjoy elbowroom
'1' 2.7556. 1/12.11 J ,1/21 .bedroom, I both outre toilet July' IH4 If you fall to held. This Is 1962of
a gain over Cal.
In th t beauty just rodecorated 4 bedroom Decree Pro Confute will:., b*d'k": : as the size of citrus crop.ln:

Brake and available, at only. I bath brlckfront beauty IeUliIlty. org. Flofleo room, against. you for the relief demanded 840 more boats examined. Ifornla and Texas," said White.
For Sale Polish, 4 W*. l$0/mo Contact William B This and good ...r..., corport New In the Complaint
very spacious .
been tentatively
Stone Inc U Tenth It.I No Of the 3.14S boats which had Florida's crop has
L." Port School. DONE AND ORDERED at East
Don't look any further Ml 71731 l/IOtf home has living room, family' S11,600.
"c"ilyI""e1", nini, t5pa __ room with, full brick olovotod Meples Collier County lands. this, decals withheld 6,500 violatIons estimated at 111800.000
lJ3MiIC. "" with, Sc...... See J bdrm I both spacious, homewith fireplace. eliding, glass door topatio. oSJ.Ulh A".. So. )I.d,_ the llth day of Juno, A 0 lt4 boxes. But White said there la
sr'. e ollont con Chevrolet Inc. Florida Rnt Landscaped Large kitchen with, all MARGARET T, SCOTT, were found In some casEs
12330 I/II.5t Ingram All turn Incl drapes. linens custom built cabinet disposal.. 2 'h& I largo porch aarog. Clerk of the Circuit Court. two or three on the lime a growing belief that the crop

Mean STOP $131 ItO St.. N. Mil.llOiNaoles. TV. Close, in, ideal for summer: ..'.h..h... ,.n... It..toon Hoof Air.. 119,800. Cosh Collier County Florid will be smaller and this should
Cy0/ INEZ MAOILL boat.
'. vacationers er people waiting room could b. osed as fifth' $900. Down S12S. month
per The

-.... .! .:......-.-.: Jan for 'l I,homo ADULTS By month ONLY. until Ml bedroom could_ has-also, .dlno-..bo u..d-hatkOffice __........ ;..."" w.-.I.. .I...._ ...... ..... ........... .... ..Deputy..."."U... l..t.........&.. over move of prices protested upward.products carry will

2 5131 118) .It smell bedroom Carpeting, a In* Suite BROWN' II. 4 Belch NICHOLS Building, Commission OKs also be smaller than had been
I Read the Want Ads II living araa. terrazzo 'In bed. 1672 Jowol Bo. Av.. W", ..- Neples "oid.Att.n.y. said.
: It Pajs To Advtrtit room wing and ..,vic. .'.''. front, ...woll. control hoot *. tor Plaintiff' expected
.. .. Fully sodded ISO lots with .1,. 2 bedrooms, 2 both, Juno 14. 21 21 July I. IM4 AIlS Power Company'sEcpansion On.ln. prices during the 1984.

peved driveway double car 63 season are expected to aver.
119.950. Mov.
nort Just I m veers old Price r.or.h. gorog LEGAL NOTICE
114 SOIl CARIBBEAN REALTY ..., *.ll. NOTICE. OF PUBLIC NEARING Plans age lower than they have been

3750 N. Tra.l. MI 21155I Notice I* hereby given that aPublic this season he said but the
//,tnstf 1658 Mandarin Rd.. 3 bodream Hearing will ba hold by the TALLAHASSEE (AP- The ,
Council Wednesdey July II larger will probably make
City on crop
Who Can Do It ? FOR SALE *, 2 bothi, central hoottolr. I 004. at I 00 A M at tha City Hell; Florida Public Utilities Commls. the total value of the crop higherthan

Apartments near the beach and .. porch, corport.As sum* 711 Ith Itraat South spies, abs has (Iven Its approval for
shopping canter. consistin, 0' No Florida, for the purpose of heeringobioction this ea.wtft.Meanwhile .
doling cost
a $30 million financing schemeby
4 unit* 1 completely, furnishedand *, rocommandetion ate. Homer Hooks
the othor portly furnished 1.500.. Down. S o. Moving to lha proposed revised Zoning Ordmanca which Florida Power Corp.of ,gen.
Priced to sell food terms Call Mel Sell. of tho City of Neples Flar for eral manager of the Florida Citrus .
St. Petersburg will\
I VIVIAN OOQ REALTOR fo, 'Ida. pay Commission said there was

These Advertisers Are EXPERTS In Their Unes. Ave appointment So Phone to Ml show 24741 124. Ith 14} 6th St. No.. 3 bedroom. ATTEST:ARCHIE TURNER Mayor plant expansions. a good possibility that the fed.'
The firm plans to Issue
I bath, fireplace, carport Elsie Lehman, prom. oral government might modifyIts
w TI R.RONT--Otirlb'.... good S12.9SO. City Clark Issory notes, using the mon.yfor
I and READY room 2 bath Florid room Juno 14. 21 IU4 SUM frozen concentrate standardsto
Thev are serve you Located construction and to pay off
garage on ***walldcanal allow controls over quality to
I I 450 16th Ave. So. Aquolono. short term loan
Clean end well cared lor THE COURT a and then pay
Priced et $15 500. Owner am. 2 bedreosna. 2 both. centril COUNT JUDGE THE off the notes next year with a remain In the state.

ROOFING SEAWALLS bus to tell CARIBBEAN hoot t ely garage, water COLLIER COUNTV.' FLORIDA Hooks said government regulations .
proposed bond
APPLIANCE REPAIRSWALT REALTY. I'M N. Trail Ml24IJ5 I,.,,. S31.s6o. 'IN PROBATE. sale. and those of the state
4/2*.thstf IN RE: ESTATE OF South Florida Natural Gas Co.

ROSE' APPLIANCES: Au WAY SPRAY co -h" CRAYTON HOMES COVE'V !STONE Visit. our 2 971 11th St. No.. 3 11.4'....., REUBEN J. NECKERMAN Deceased received authority to sell $340,. were amendments close to enough be made to allow that

APPLIANCE P.unl.eg 0th ."t..,... fer' SEA WALLSCONCRETE 2 both I 000 worth of bomis. i
COMPLETE: a I bedroom home* on 11th largo porch, garage, TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS would uphold the citrus commls.:
SERVICE I'an.l ;rM..ear eel.auty WOOD ROCK' Ave So. at 7th at. priced tram heat & .1,. 517.SOO. StOO. HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS .
121 Ith St S. Fect I..conicd 114 HI to III.IM with slon's power to regulate quality.
A the
Ml 12114ANSWERING & Ift.U'N Art $chulthO.S, Mid." Foundation Piles term available. Down SI IS. month with log versa win first county In
You and each of
you are hereby Florida produces about 98
way 2 1504. COCONUT GROVE, Only' two" ( In*. FHA. No cloflngcoit not." ... and required to present southern Italy to b* pOIII.u.d of the nation's frozen percent
Whips or.
new 1 bedroom home vilbi any claim end demand which you.
SERVICE Hoofs 'sprayed with eiclweive IAGEN Aulemate, ABBOTTRadio with "'port. Yes choice el 1270 I ItS Si. N.., 3 bedroom, or either of you u'i' have against by the) Kormana In the 11th an,. Juice

BeliE WHITE only IJM DOWN. Setter hurry 2 both. SI I. 500. Down. M... the oeteto of J. NECKERMAN : century.
I''I;:; deceased lete of said. Cow*.
tectu. and seels en
Tia*>-o an.r.eI, service estimates MI f 1451 NAPLES WILLIAM B. STONE, INC Right, I". N* "" .lifI".. ly, to the County Judge of Collier'
also email eff.ce ..,th' I* ROOF CLEANINO' t PAINT Radio Road '..'Id.r. ,107\ month with to* and In*. County Florida, et h's offic In lbs
space end ,..."' ....." service (NO CO lIlt lOt 21042 24311 J44M 'H/14.1 Tenth, St North Ml 11731 court house of said, County at East
CH 14311 Lot 25, Block 9, Royal Harbor. Naples, Florida. within' *'> colon PUBLIC NOTICEThe
BEACHFRONT: REHOENCEonloo Oar month from the tima of _the
ef white tend beach Ibdrm overlooking boy seawall first publication of this ..ot,". ..
SHOE REPAIRING RIP-RAP SEAWALLSand .. I bath garage CBS. Cost S8, 500. locnfica S6.950. cop.es of each claim or demand
RADIATOR REPAIRSAce with screened In pool end pottoJust shell be In writing and shall stele regular scheduled meeting of the
ROCK GROINS reduced. to 131.HO un. the place of residence end post 01.fice .
Summer NaureMonday Let '4. 17th Av So. A" ..
furnished. Thi* I* o wonderful address 0' Ill claimant' and Board of County Commissioners to beheld
ego to threuah I 34 P Friday MClosM Creosote seowoll.docks buy en scarce It..... May w* 1 I ono, .a'.ff,.,,', Co sit 7.500. i shall bo '"0'. t. .1' the claimant.
Radiator Repairi how you this 'property today? sacrifice St 250. egant. .lton.y end accompanied' III'
Saturday. I'M P M piers on1 e ,
Oat link repaired w"ldmg Vic SHoo Repair CARIBBEAN REALTY, I7M N. 5 tiling fee if so. dollar and ouch *
Steam cleaning MARATHONDREDGING Trail Ml Illll '/'.th.tfIt claim or demand not so filed, stall' '
SuCk uo t Delivery tot 33. Bony an Blvd. High b* void 9 AM., Tuesday, June 23, 1964.

',ft Davie Blvo- Ml I 4211 SERVICE STATIONSALL CO. out* of sold II on of our Mich retirementhome ,gin Avo lot overlooking Gull. Sacrl-' /*/ Gertrude R. Neckerman

I... of U.9SO.VINCE /George M NeckermanAt
O"tl'n.' et 111.471 Meluding
0. .. Coonecutor* of the
.*, Drogllno landscaped tot screened BOARD OFCOUNTY
Last Will sad Testament ofREUBEN
RUBBER STAMPS CREDIT CARDS .no Dolor Work.Airport porch air tend See the** CONBOY J. NECKERMAN.
home* before buying any retirement COMMISSIONERSSEAL
Ho1 MI 2-4323 deceased
tit fch Avo
home Porkwoy
Honored At REALTY, I7M N. Trail Ml P* Ml 1 1741
for th* Estate otREUBEN ( ) Collier County
1151.. 4/f. ,
STAMPSConvnorclsJ Tampa Area. 7* largo wooded Margaret T. Scott, Clerk
RUBBER Mufflers Cwoplate Naples LIstings lots overlooking. Tamp Pay. Ml MM Avanua South
Printing Lifetime Fm. loboard Coals Free. 2. CALL THE NEWS FOR Whl trede for property In Collier Naples Florida By R. W. kitty Deputy Clerk'II
.ue Mactin MI 21757SrwakSlnsffi or L.. Co. Collier. County 'Benjamin, O. Park ,
Naples fla. CbrCrett ..... RUBBER STAMPS ( for '10. firm
Thafs Tops '.el Mat. Ml I lilt. Open
Sunday. '/3..-. May 24. II. June ,. 14 IH4 JTIS7


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Sunday, Jnnt 14 1964

I1 1 fomiIetf Enjpyment Council AgendaThe

agenda for Wednesdays -
MARKrTS 1a Council 9 am. meeting of City

I-Call to order and Invoca
2-.Reading of minutes of previous

Sarosota>> Braid Chipped Turkey 3--Reports:
:..\,\..,. a. Zoning and Planning
r .,..',,.

f :::: / ":::..:{:;:{ {\. Dee f Ham . 3 3-oi.pkgs. $1 Alva Board((1)) M.Application Olsen, et No.al,66 re from re-

t : : .::.:r::!{:[*t Swift Premium reD zoning ,of Naples Lots 33 Bayvlew thru 52 S/D Inclusive -

t z, Beef Franks 59C from "C" Single Family District -
1 's: ,- p .'.:.'...,:'".\.\">..;..,;'".{.;\..\\.:\.\,:'". ee Ib to "E" Single Family

i II I .::::.:::::::\ x {s? Swift Premium Assorted TV Party Loaf, Souse, Spiced Luncheon) District.((2)) Application from E.H.

1 :.,:.:./f W;SSSSS : D Cold Cuts 3 G.os. 99 water Marhoefer Beach, Jr.of d/b/a Naples Edge-Apts.

:,.:":',,.: \';{\ {\ \{:' a pkgs. for city beverage license ad-
/ '.:.;{{;\.{ \\\\: dress 1901 Gulf Shore Blvd
. ,
,. ,
'':,.\\\.:\\\;,''' Testy Quick Frozen Sea Type Bee,Wine,Liquor,COPj,
\\\:.\'{\ ::
{ Zone "G-a" Multiple Dwell-
D Trout Fillets 49C ing District
: lb. ((3) Application from Mrs. ,
I Richard L. Fleming for city
} i Quick Frozen Shoulder Cut home occupation license address -
% ; 1079.7th Street,South,
a Lamb Chops lb.39c Type Beauty Parlor, Zone:
., \ . "E".
((4) Application from Con-
/ gress Inn d/b/a Tahitian Cove

... for city beverage license; Address -
,, FRXTEE : Broad Avenue, South
:" I !: and Bay; Type: 7 COP; Zone:
< "K" Light Industrial District.
rE" < .. < c J"1 Green Stamps ((5)) Review recommendations
PRICES ", '. ."" 1 .'..i M' I ..... Mt ewp.wrwdw dl I submitted by Zoning and Planning -;
fJ PULL CONC. SHAMPOO I IIw Board (May 12th minutes)
e EFFECTIVE .j1'; '.<<. ..H *_ M...,..w tmrt .._ with reference to acquisition o \i
Ige. sist 89c properties. (Moorings Unit #!5
MON., TUES. WED. R.um w.o. j t. 1..1
r B S ((6)) Review and recommen
revision of ordinance
colored ) JUNE 15-16-17-) .t>i' any re
( qtrs ''' boat houses.
z 1964 + ( < i l! TEA b. Parks Board Report.
BREAKFASf CLUBOLEO ( V1) c. Off-street parking com '

"r, J" Green Stamp' mittee.

: ; .. If I .......-.........."'...." 4--old a. Acquisition business: of propert

; !J STALEY'S CORN OIL near fishing pier
"e+ 24-cx. bot. 45c b. Acquisition of propert
I Y L1/1
MAexTI It .. near Lake Park School.
I 8000000000000000000.QUICK i .i c.- Public hearing continuation
((10:00 a.m.) to consi-
'-, _J der renaming of certain
1FREE I0 streets located between 4th
S FROZEN SHOULDER CUT Avenue, North, and 7th Avenue,
Jw Green 01 North.
d. Public hes ring(1000a.m.( )
I I*Ale CMttn n4 rwdnw or '
LAMB ROAST reg. sist 52.48Ium 3. Public hearing((11:00 a.m.)
Unit 1/5/ -
-Moorings acceptance
twwl lure IT 144)JfA
r.I:: of plat and zoning.
LIMIT 2 PLEASE OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO33c f. Ordinance vacating and
abandoning utility easement.E-
-a W/alley, Block 22,Tier 9.
505 01 g. Ordinance establishing
zoning of Lots 10 thru 19 Incl.
1 Green Stamps Block C, Lake Park SID I
lb. *.! (MM." "*. -* h. Ordinance vacating and
SECRET.CREAM DEODORANT abandoning alley running north
0 I Ige.., six:.63c plus, taxIII. r.t Park S/Dbetween 10th and 12th
m Jun. IT rue ,
Breakfast Club Grade A Florida ououoooooooo Avenues North.
i. Ordinance establishing
zoning of Unit #/5, The Moorings -

Large Eggs 2 doz.79c PICTSWEET 500 EptT Am50 j..Seawall permits.

* as 11 G!sere StampsSWIFT'S sion k. agreements.Settlementofwaterexten-
Apple Keg TastyApple CUT CORN I 5--New business:
PARD DOG FOOD a. Resolution authorizingcity

4L-", $ l. '.c>r ...roll.. cons 6/98c officials to enter Into safe-
Juice 3 CI wd.une IT ItM) keeping agreement with the
cans "iMMMMMMM S First National Bank of Miami.
Del Monte GREEK PEAS b.Ordinance amending Chapter -
23 (Traffic) Article 5, by
303 5050 adding a Section 23-80.1 to
Fruit Cocktail 19C
be entitled "Marked No Park-
J'Jl( F&P Whole KernelGolden 1 r wlibl.twww4wb.u.h C. Ordinance amendingChap-
I ter 23 (Traffic) by Inserting
Corn 2 '2 ? 29C I HENNY, PEN DOG FOOD < a new Section 231.1 adopting
tall cans. 3/$1.' Chapter 186 of the floridaState
Van Camp's FamousPork pkgs.TID /.aim W.L loot 11 lull Statutes ((1963)),and Chapter 317
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLl of the Florida State Statutes

& Beans 2S: 19C ((1963)d.Ordinance). amending Chapter -

50 O 'i-1E'NJi 50 8 (Buildings) by adding a
Section 8-U adopting
Kleenex White or ColoredFacial new
J 11( Green Stamps < Chapter 509 of the Florida State
Tissue 400pkct.. 19C I Statutes ((1963)).
GULF SPRAY AEROSOL BOMB e. Resolution redesignating
the name of the Naples Ameri-
(Limit 2 per customer with purchases of $3 or more) o cfoifft procftiee 'nile. c.."12"..wNco If.89c0QQQAQ10.001QPQo.Qj 11141 can Airport to Naples Munici-
Underwood (Small Can 21c) 8 |1112 pal Airport.
) f. Appointment of Airport
Deviled Ham 'large 39' SWEET PLUMP NORTH CAROLINABLUEBERRIES Zoning Authority.

< 50mE.. g. Appointment of auditor
.rEAmso for 1963-64 fiscal year.
h. Correspondence.
Jj Green Stamps Adjourn.
DETERGENT all SALE! 14 K=> :; oS .

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I ) i ,,1 /' T* STORE Mon.8:30.6:30 Friday- HOURS Thurs.


8:30 7:00 t


E Miller of New York,

beech-nut strained york county lipton ;MARKET t Republicans who has appealed to unite behind for all

Sen. Barry Goldwater, Is be-
baby foods whole onions instant tea ing looked at-tentatively-
as a possible vice presidential
6 r.:" 65' e-... .23- '10'". 89 ) running-mate for the
j lor )10' Arizona senator. Miller U
national chairman: of the
J Republican: party.i .


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County Prepared For The Worst -- If It ComesCivil I

Defense irwrrrw.t.. r rr rrrrr rrr. e r rrr errr w rwrrrrrwrrnrrrrrrNrrrrwrrtr

System Better
Than a, i .attti v ;1 r.r CouNfvt
Ever HereThe
bt Ntw Civil Defense

hurricane season ot-
flcally opens tomorrow June Areas
IS, and the County and City < YYKM. i 1 a a
Civil Defense organizations are SECTION 8 Sunday, Jan 14, 1964<< 'l I .
+ Collier
ready for emergencies W W 1 / s; County
When "Donna" hit Collier J 4' a ; ..>.
County head-on that memorabledate
September 10, 1960, the /
h' INMO Olct .
county was virtually cut off '1 1 * * *** * * *
from the outside world for a ,,
few days. The big wind knocked ) ; r t'', a' ,, : P Cet'wTY CIVIL CD-'S'ts ARMS: -tc
out all communicationsmedia i ..., .1 iC.
ii; :1 ,. 2. North Niplet, Fut: watt ef Trill
as It tore Its destruc-
1 ( t '?' 3. Kt Nipl*, No. So. of Trill -tc
tive path through the area. Nat us. r a/! tat o tp ro : iC Mireo
w S: -tc
Though "Donna" caused Coodlir.i
about $20,000,000 worth of damage r DoJI 4 SYPNINO3Y s .0 iC 6. rvtrlhdu ..
In the county she did 1: ."; t": .
not claim a single life, nor lnn wcurr I t H .t lw .y 4. Cop.l.nd
n. ,
was any one seriously Injured. t t j .. .. -,: :-; t-.I 10, Inmok.l..
.. +
1 .. ,
Civil Defense Is credit w'rn PSU ; .... ,
ed with playing a major role .. * * * * * *

In preventing deaths and injur- v. 't .. w I 1 NLNORY COUNTY
ies. 0171 71 71 I 51 71 >w.wy nor )/ r n a 73 j /
7. r
County Civil Defense Director
Tommy Kehoe viewing the s 1 \\ ,, r, t + t t f / +
months ahead, said the season c1.mAu .t :. + 1 4 / "w \' .i L + h + } t t } f fy' .1r
when hurricanes are most like- h \ "
ly to occu r is still several weeks \ -- t t t t a
away, but the men and equip- 1 r r r t tt D. P ; a 1 tt. ;+ t .. r' 1 + f f tt t"' '
ment which comprise "Operation ..' S >
Weather Watch" are already -
on the job to seek out \\ JI j 1 o
.r.n.n.rn __ _I +,) [ r : 0
and report the approach of the 1 1 la
killer winds. t.. NAPL[ n a \ >ff *R#* +1 ,' 5, ___%_ .. ,; u

"Navy and Air Force planes r.NAPLE3 1! / 1 M t t .J tPl4
since June 1st have joined with '- ,,. + '. x,15. + t ,. +. t ;+ 1, sty + rt S 'so
automatic weather stations and .
+ + .A + '
all ships at sea. In areas where 1' /ai v6; 4 .. ., 0
such storm conditions are like- ( + $ + r + \ + ,.i + ii

ly to develop, and others will ,1t.... :
join officially tomorrow. The t'I .
chance of a hurricane developing i 1 t rt M/ t/ r rO o
in June Is remote," Kehoe + .. + .. + t' .. .. t .. .. .. + .. .. ... ,

said, "but this early start is + + t + + .. + r + + + tt + .. 't \ + .. .. .. 't' .
a ... .. ... ,
good precautionary mea-
sure." t + I t t + t L .. + + + f; + : ..i + t + I .. t.+ t s f'1, /1.

Gordon Dunn, meterologist 51 L'three 1 It1 + r } + + t + it h 1 t + + t to +'r t + tr

in charge of the Miami Weather r+ to + + l: a + urt +' + 4-'t. ttl $ +- .. +i: + + .
Bureau, reports that Flor- rM ( 76 7 1 1 U N / a71. )/ 71 ', "
ida has not been touched bya ( K t I / n / t 'l -
hurricane in the past two i'P. a i -.e '. /t -+ + il/L' + 'F .t Is- + + + + /t 1 +
but the odds J t "' / w
years .iL i
i : .
f + t + + tl + + L + t t + t: + + + +
are "pretty tall" against escaping **** **** ,
such storms for a three- ,+h, ,. ..r..................r.w..r..wr..r..
year period. He points out, + + +
however, that Florida had few + 1 1 }
er hurricanes between 1951 and 'w d rrbw0dd 1 sl IU >. .SI tl 1 u p r s.l sod
the present time, than in any t t
t r I
1M other period since the weather ?' 4 1 + '. : Its oO.r
bureau has been keeping records $ l. Ir le
p, but adds: "There's no .,
reason why 1964 could not be .

hurricane-free." { ....: .--.".... "

Collier KEY MEETINGThe County Civil Defense .. .... ;VI..,.-. 'q .. : S I e':. O c.. s ( + 1/ ..r .. .. .... ... o
Council, Kehoe announ- 1 mr'o MONROE COUNTY
ced, will hold its first meetingof ....
the hurricane season on June 4L AII/
( I IiI
23 and will be presented witha

new "County Civil Defense ?i ti
Basic Plan and Annexes,"which i -
Includes a natural disaster plan -rrrrrw .. rrrwwwrrrr r-rrrrrrwrrr wwrwwrrrrwrrwrrrrrrrwrr..rrrll..w trwsr-r-
just completed. There will be
other meetings throughout the
county with area wardens. All communication with defense
emergency equipment has been headquarters at all times on a
checked out and found to be In short range radio system.
good working order, he said. Recently, a"Citizen's Band"
The County Civil Defense communication system was put
................. .
Council Is made up of County through a test and proved ade- ,d ic5. Ary ti', yw : '
Commissioners, mayors of Naples quate. About 65 members of S,
and Evergladescounty engineer the Citizen's Band Club have
the sheriff and the communications mobile units. Iii )
officer. The meet- In addition, the Sheriffs Department -
ing will be held In the County has a radio system
Commission room, followingthe Amateur radio operators are /.. r ., r e
X11 tn= !! rt.4 l tVat 1 M
Commission meeting sche- set up to communicate out of I ** / r / *
duled for that date. the state on a wide range. NR>f:1rr1tE1 rMr+wv1'r *** ; 1 1 ( : .11
Kehoe said citizens Collier The Gulf Coast Television
County should start preparing Corp., in cooperation with the
for the hurricane season now defense unit In Naples, has set p f J
and not wait as the season pro- up a loud speaker system that 1 11 t 1 en
gresses. "They should check covers the whole area.
for broken and cracked glassin The city is divided Into four
their windows and doors, areas, and the equipment Is ***
loose shingles on the roofs, also set up so that any one area
heavy tree limbs extending or all areas can be alerted of w
over pan of their homes. Each dangers, or kept Informed of .A o g X 1 r M

time you purchase your weekly progress Ifahurrlcaneorother +Prt +Prt +f rt +l+l / ** M.MIrAea'
grocery supply, pick up two disaster strikes Naples. This .et.. ...-...-."..I .... t1a+Pr. ..+P +rstla.iP+PStlsw +r +le+r..s.r1sw 11rt rK +/ ww f
or three extra cans of food for equipment, along with other
emergency use," he advised.IMPROVEMENTS communications equipment,can
work Independently of electri- BREAKDOWN of the Naples Civil Defense setup
cal power If that Is cut off by your bathtub and other containers and fill with the telephone system to report Interruptions in
(above) shows three major areas, each with its own
Both Kehoe and Robert Bender a storm water. individual electric, gas, water, and telephone ser
the city Civil Defense director The Civil Defense organizations shelter center In an emergency those people with.
9. FILL YOUR CAR with gasoline vice. Utility companies have plans for complete
pointed out that commun- have communication systems in boundaries marked (for example) by the stars
ication facilities have been which are fully checkedout would hurry to the Junior High Shoot Other small. 10. AS THE STORM progresses, listen to your service restoration. Report individual trouble only

greatly Improved slnce"Don- to meet emergencies If they er areas have their centers at the Senor' High School radio for frequent advisories from the weather after services are back on In your neighborhood.
na." All shelters can be in arise. and Carver School: bureau and the Disaster Committee of your Red 17. DO REPORT immediately hazardous conditions

Cross. These are official. Do not spreed rumors. such as live electric wires and broken gas


..L '- Keep a door or window open on the side 18. USE EXTREME caution with emergency

away from the wind. Be quick to close it if the lighting or cooking flames to avoid fire hazards.

wind changes direction and open one on the other 19. PROTECT your health. Boil water before

I If Disaster/ Hits. side. drinking.
12. USE FLASHLIGHTS if possible. A gust of 20. IF YOU NEED HELP before or after the

wind might upset a lamp or candle and cause fire. storm, watch for police Red Cross disaster workers /

13. If the storm center passes your area, there or members of Civil Defense.
Your local Civil Defense director and American up, use strong lumber and nail securely. Brace will be a calm period or lull lasting from several 21. Keep your radio on for all official reports

Red Cross, suggest the following emergency French doors. minutes to half an hour Wind and rain may from your local radio station, WNOG 1270 and

information for your protections 5. COLLECT and place indoors loose objects, completely cease, but do not be fooled. Do not go WNFM 94.5 on your dial.

such as cans, yard stools, and porch furniture. out. The wind will resume from the opposite direction Thomas F. Kehoe, County Director
1. IF YOU FEEL insecure In your home, go to 6. CHECK lamps and flashlight batteries. often with greater force than before. Robert Bender, City Director

the nearest Red Cross shelter Evacuate exposed Check emergency cooking facilities and be sure 14. AFTER THE STORM be cautious of every Hank Hoffman, Red Cross Director

beaches and islands EARLY. Pre-storm tides may adequate fuel Is on hand. Lay in a supply of move. Do not touch fallen or low hanging wiresof HURRICANE SHELTERS

cut you off. (See designated places for shelter) canned goods and milk. Electric service may be any kind under any circumstances. Avoid pud 1 1. Naples Senior High School MI 2-6121

2. TAKE BLANKETS and pillows to shelter. If damaged or shut off as a safety precaution if dles with fallen wires in them. Watch out for 2. Naples Junior High School MI 2.2453

special diets or baby formulas are needed, take winds reach hurricane force. weakened limbs, porches, bridges etc., which might 3. Carver School MI 2-4557

materials with you. Only emergency rations will 7. CONSERVE refrigeration. Turn your box collapse. 4. Shadowlawn East Naples MI 25755S.

be provided. and freezer to cold and leave on as long as possible. 15. USE YOUR PHONE FOR EMERGENCIESONLY. Naples Park Assn. Club House No Phone

3. PETS CANNOT be taken to shelters, so be Open only when absolutely necessary and close Jambed switchboards may prevent emergency 6. East Naples Baptist Church MI 2-4625

sure to leave plenty of food and water for them. quickly. Refrigerators and freezers will stay cold calls for police, firemen, doctors, and Red 7. Marco School MI 2.2490

4. IF YOU ARE staying home, remove or lash much longer if these precautions are taken. Cross Disaster Units. 8. Old Courthouse, Everglades City OX 5-3341

awnings and close shutters. If you are boarding 8. YOUR WATER supply may fail. Sterilize 16. IF DAMAGE is widespread, do not jamb 9. Immokalee High School _ OL 43421City

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28 COLLIER; COUNTY NEWS Sunday, Jun. II, 1961

't Europe Battles This week the National Bank "f r cJ poctra Corner I
Denmark has Increased i, e
, Inflation Trend, per cent from 5'/4' per cent It*
I charge on loan to com in HI i I.j
Raises Interest
banks. Last week the bank r.li
.1 By SAM DAWSON In the Netherlands went! It i 4''' ,
, I AP BuslneM News Analyst per cent from 4 per rent br.
NEW YORK (AP)-Europe'! Her in the year the Brltisi i,.: "k 'The Carefree Years'Ours 'Tiempo Brevis'Many
truffles with prosperity'sprob., rate was Jumpnd to ;; per ""nt ec
lams could spread to the United from 4 per cent. Swiss and,,,I ''J' '. D
States. man Interest rates tuv' >:!. you say, are the carefree years are the things I long to do.

The immediate trouble In vanced. Italy is expel< t t.i. : Oh\\"t have wonderous worries youth happy fears tin*. Yet short Is the time for the doing
Europe, and the distant threat make i similar mov t" 'I i i
here, are Inflationary price In., Inflation there To hinder us in our price I could do them all In a year or two,

crease: and rising Interest rate The comparable l.S: I "h) 1 ,1 1 But little doou, the aftermath But the teeth of time are quickly chewing
to fight them. Both are children Reserve discount rate 'c tIi
of Europe' fast economic ex. holds at 3'/4' per cent R Remember of all the pain and strife The timbers of life away.
Youth encounters that hard
on tone path,
and The link between rlsl'l\' \( '
panslon spreading con. pn
That towering road or tiring life.
umer prosperity. aad interest rates is t that '
Placid as the U.S. monetary hiking bank charges hint; Many are the tales I want to tell
To you, youth now la but a dream
position looks today, Europe1 boom are discouraged!, Ii;
A hazy mist of things long: past Of men who are stouthearted and strong.
with '.
Inflation raising consumer t I'
moves to fight by agernpss '
A tin
when did
interest rates could roll row to buy goods seem And lovely women who sweetly dwellIn
So clean 10 fresh, so new so vast
American waters. )' W.5 4 our midst and bring a Joyful song
This Is because much of our
recent gains in bringing our International ) But I I. a* the spokesman for youth, To the heart and soul of man.
To Self appointed
monetary transac. Living Up though I be.
Pn t Atl Kill try to delve into the youth,
lions into better balance have
been due to keeping Idle Invest TV. Image A Job To present our case and make our plea. There's another verse I'd like to write

ment money at home. Now, asEurope's Your life Is lived; jour course is set. Of this Jolly old world of oursA -

so does the interest yen of rates investors go up to, Gene Barry Finds The world Is yours, land and sea. happy song of the Joy and delight
reach for the higher yields You'u'on it with jour toll and sweat;
In simple things-like birds and bees and flowersBut
It's '
abroad. HOLLYWOOD lAP) "Wltl now our task to wrest it tree.
Europe's battle with inflationnow in this elegant !extern i "' sa. r brief Is my time for writing.
contrast with the slow rise Gene Barry, "there ,is, a no w ? Li We must take over where you left off
In prices here In recent year*. conformist trying to es< ape.' Bear the burdens which you have made,
The rash of rising Interest rates Living up to his television SUMMER ZI\G-IIt're'. a lively beach cover-up that is pop Work and slave without scoff, There's another trail long to blazeA
I abroad) of late contrasts with the Image as Amos Burke, the mil ular this season. Conceded in New York City and inspiredby Embrace the plans which you have laid. long clear pathway across a land
stabllits her. American mone. llonalre police detective of the mans shirt the topper is bright yellow and has long ,
tan authorities have been able "Burke's Law," ran be a billowy sleeves. Ours Is not a time for fun. That's far removed from the worldly craze

to told short-term rates high bother. Free of worries and of cares. We often have for a blaring band-
t enough to keep money at home, This is the second crime IM rather have m> dishes with. There're ware to be fought battles to be won.
and long-term rates low enoughto fighting dandy for Gene, who out all the Cane > sauces" UP Joins NetworksFor Of which we are the: only heirs. But too long Is this trail for mel!
as Burke, he plays a millionaire
encourage the economic A fringe benefit of his job Is
growth which has become the policeman devoted to epicurean a omplete wardrobe tailored to Coverage Of And who Is left to bury the dead?
national goal. tastes. And some folk expect his measurements by a clothing Election ReturnsNEW Who must defend and fight for truth? There are still more wars I want to fight
Part of the success Is due to him to live the role. firm that roots the bill. Who must talk when all Is said? With greed and lies
International monetary pacts "People send me champagnewhen "But even that can be a YORK (AP) United'Press No one but happy, carefree youth.
t preventing big swings of capital I'm eating out," he says. ,drag," he sighed "It's a lot of International has Joinedthe Yet short in time and poor the sight
from nation to nation, which 1 hate to tell them that I'm the 1 bother to go through the fuss of three major television-radio The world of love we must also face. For man of my age and size
would upset currency exchanges kind of a guy who would rather five fittings apiece for 23 suit networks and The Associated With all its joys and tearsA any
Ii and threaten another run onUS get the same results from a ou. I each year Sometimes I'd rather Press to pool the collection of warm kiss, a soft embrace, To strive with such monstrous monsters I
gold reserves These Inter. pie of belts of Scotch." ]lust buy my suits off the rack." vote returns In the presidential, And a broken heart which lasts for years.
i national agreements are now A* for fancy food-"I'm a' Naturally he must senatorial and gubernatorial
keep his
being put to the test. meat and potatoes man myself; ,waistline trim and that ran be a elections next November.The And what of lust sin, hate and shame: Yes, many are the things I long to do

i bore, too. "I kind of look for. AP, and the National Did we these evils on us bring? But short Is the time remaining
ward to middle age\ when I can Broadcasting Co., Columbia We must face them Just the same;
i NO FINER HOMESITE let the stomach go and wear Broadcasting System and the Though out of you they all did spring. Still can hope that one or two
pants with the rlouble pleats to American Broadcasting Co. will Of these many things I'll manage to do
hide participate In the newly (\r. becomes old age
the nab, he said. Perhaps, when youth
in the central Naples area than the 150 by 100 Before you shed any tear for ganlzed Network Election Serv Our vision too will cloud and haze. Without the vain folly of Striving.By ,
brother Gene, It should be add. ice.The And we will spend some time engaged
feet of lovely lot on the northeast comer of ed that he Isn't displeased with service was established Reminiscing of by gone days. Robert R.
I the success of "Burke's Law" In earlier this week to combine the

First Street, South, and Third Avenue. Just a its first season. Far from It. lie's news resources of the three net. But now, try to understand our plight;
the principal shareholder works and The AP in reportingthe Think back and judge youth fair
I block from the beach. $9,500; terms. returns In the top elections.Learns Remember your own long hard fight
Gene Barry for three seasons T Which quite often ended In despair.
} was Bat Masterson/rontler fas. Meaning : 'To June'There
hion plate.Now as Burke.he plays And never never believe you.
AD MILLER ASSOCIATES a millionaire policeman devotedto Of Number 007 That we are so carefree and blest; have been other months that I have known
epicurean taste. And some Nor let your many years deceive you.
Replete with golden hours of spring or fall,
folks expect him to live the In Army CodeNEW Do this for us; we'll do the rest. J-. ?
' REALTORS role. YORK (AP) In Ian ** But none so filled with boundless Joy as June,

Washington D.C ranks Fleming mystery fiction, James Anonymous Or such sweet beauty, that I can recall.
305 Fifth Avenue, South MI 2.2124 first U.S. large Bond, ace British secret agent,
among popula
For the qinenly has full blown
bears the code number 007, now rose come ,
lion centers in proportion of
families headed by college identifying him as an agent au. And mating birds fill the soft air with tune.
graduates. thortzed to kill in the line of 'Terse Verse'
In the U.S. Army everyone I', How simple It would be, The regal lily first foretells the bride.
WANT MPRE: FOR YOUR MpNey? also ( asa, job cod, number, hisUOS .. .
(military occupation ape. And how divine, ;V":) tarn... ';j ." While bells in every tower chime out her.song,
s KEEP'YO M'tf Eye pi GRANTS: Mty). ,* a::.= To let my fingers lager o'er a line "Oh promise me that some 'd's"."y-ou and I.;"

KNOWH"'v'a Grants Gift Ideas to Make gomery Pfc. ,John Ala.,Sharpe stationed of at Mont.Ft. \ "A rose Is a rose Is a rose"In Sweet harbinger of love a lifetime long.
Dad Happy from Collar to Toe Totten here, wpndered what the Her groom awaits enwrapped in seemly pride
Army meaning of 007 is and Like Gertrude Stein.
looked it To face, conjoined what e'er ahead may lie.
n', a Women's Army
: By Kathryn S. Post
FATHERS DWSHIRTSPEOALS basic trainee. By Kathryn S. Post

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PATIO PICNIC -Curry-fried chicken breasts are crisp enough be finger food. .and dreams into realities..as he and the :3,500 other
flour, dip in mixture, and
CHICKFN BREASTS then roll\ again in egg seasoned flour 1 '"Men Behind the Miracle" at Gulf American Land Corporation
By CECIL/ BROWNSTONE 2 cups flour
Let chicken stand about 30 '
Anoclottd Prttt Food Editor 2 2 tablespoons curry powder minutes; coating will be moist i build new irorltlit for a better tomorrow at
teaspoons mnnoKodium gluts-
roll in flour again. Have vege
THE BRIDE-TO-BE will be mate table oil 1/2 inch deep in 2 i Cape Coral and Golden Gate Estates.
1 1/2 teaspoona salt '
with showers
entertained '
skillets (10-inch site). Meat to '1 f
luncheons, ten and coffees 1 teaspoon ginger
,alore. So how about giving a 1 ell pieces 375 degrees to each skillet Add 4, km chicken side : 'i' lie operates Florida's mightiest fleet of earth moving
picnic for her with a delightfully Juice of 1 lemon (about 3 tablespoons ) ,
different menu, one on the ) down.one Cook side,until snout golden 10 minutes.brownon i machinery (valued at over $4,750,000)) as he transforms raw,

sophisticated For this we aide suggest? serving 4 1/2 whole cup I milk I large broiler-fryer Turn brown; cook on other until done aide through, about and 10 1i ";+ :t virgin acreage into valuable, usable land, suitable for subdividing
curry-fried chicken breasts with chicken breasts, halved a
chutney and a cold rice salad Vegetable oil paper.minutes. Makes Drain on 8 absorbent servings. t at Golden Gate Estates..into a modern, thriving communityat
enlivened with slivers of crisp Stir together the flour, curry
green pepper and ripe red powder, monosodium glutmate, take Note,up Large..1or\ chicken most breasts of the seasoned will Cape Coral, both on the Florida Gulf Coast.
tomato. For dessert, frosted salt, and ginger in a large pie t
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petits tours This picnic can be plate. Beat egg in another pie flour mixture given Be
on your porch or patio, the plate; add lemon juice and milk sure to use our direction for lie represents the $10,000,000
chicken served warm; you'll\ and mix well; don't worry about frying the chicken uncrowdedand "
find, as we did, that the methodof curdled appearance. Rinse in a generous amount of oil ,_j Gulf American has already spent tot
preparation makes it de liciou.lyeri.p. chicken and drain lightly do ao the breasts wIll cook ..
not dry Roll chicken pieces in through in a short lime. ; improve its properties

I Camp training was presented by tr 'in .ti' and the millions of I

the director, Mrs. Allen Bibee, ;
elL Gitl Seoul NotesBY in the form of films and detailed additional dollars I

outline of activities, to the
following staff members Mrs. it will spend in the II

Lloyd Hill, Mrs. Robert Mar-
Phone 2-3630 tin, Mrs R.L. Ackerman, Mrs. future to complete !
Betty Smith,Mrs.William Hoff-
.- man, Cathy Hoffman, and Mrs. its long-range plans. f
E.W. Tlmberlake. At least two
Attendance at the training Gerry Ward and Luellen Ward. more volunteers are essential,
I sessions for Day Camp has a plus First Aid attendant, to ensure -
been so poor that the Service Completing the Red Cross camp for all the girls whoa
Team Is forced to state that Standard First Aid course of e presently registered. 1 J
girls from troops who have 15 hours on June 5th were the _
not provided adult assistance following girls Jane Forres-
,;for 'staff Vnaynot' attendthe I ter and Karett Hultzen.. Red Group GivingIs I \. .. "
,Day Camp scheduled for July Cross, junior first aid course '
13-lTth. This means that was completed on June 5th by ,
Brownies from Troop 315 and the following girls Pauline EncouragedBy ,
272 will not be able to attend Blbee, Janet Carr, Peggy Coe,
camp unless a volunteer from Pam Coe, Mary Helen Corwln, Blood BankIn
each troop comes forward Immediately Susan Corwin Pat Donovan,
and takes the neces- Diane Forrester, Diane Harris an attempt to top the goalof
sary training. Call Mrs. E.W. Erica Schneider, Shelley 160 ylnts in the forthcoming: I ri
Timberlake, 2-3630, or Mrs. Stahlman, Gerry Ward, and blood drive sponsored by the
Allen Bibee 2-S394. Staff Is Luellen Ward. Naples Girl Collier County Blood Bank,many f f
sufficient to ensure girls from Scouts are very proud of all of the Naples civic clubs are
other troops attendance. Next the Scouts who worked so diligently reported interested In the re.
training dates are June 27th, and faithfully to attain quest of Secretary Helen Yea.
Tlmberford eer to sip up early for blood I
these accomplishments donations in ..
croups.The .
9:30 to 2, and Monday June which may help to save many group-giving idea, adopt.ed _
29th, 7:30 at the. Scout House lives In the future. earlier this week after the
a e
Naples Jaycees pledged 31 pints
Troop 272, Brownies, under a a a has been warmly received, ac N .w '
the leadership of Mrs. Lorene Regular Girl Scout Red cording Mrs. Yeager. "This i
Caruthers and Mrs. Betty Roe Cross swimming classes are outstanding idea will not only "
made their final meeting an excursion scheduled for the summer, under five us an excellent idea of
to the Bonita Wonder the direction of Mrs. Allen how many donors we can ex.
Gardens, with nosebag luncheon Bibee, as follows On Wed- pert but will also give our com.
enjoyed In the Bonita Community nesdays starting June 17th mlttee a chance to remind the Lw'
donors over the of the )
Park. Mrs. Robert Miller through Aug 26th, at Russell Bloodmobile visit," she added.
and Mrs. Richard Lambert accompanied Stahlman's pool, 90017th Ave. The John Elliott bllodmoblle A 1
the girls the troop S.-Swimmers 9 to 10:30 a.m., will be In Naples on Wednesday 4 1 'p'
wishes to thank them for their synchronized swimming 10:30to from noon to 6:30 p.m. and on e 4 e !kt !
assistance. All the Brownies 12 noon. Thursday from 8 to 10 a.m., r
enjoyed their outing very much. At Oscar Yanson's pool,1838 and at the Immokalee FIre Sta. 0 /
S a a Hurricane Harbor Drive, The tlon Thursday from 1 to 5:30m. { I
Mrs. Allen Bibee, Red Cross Moorings, on Mondays starting r 1
water safety Instructor, assisted June 29th, and continuing NEW YORK ) Study .: ,I' ,=e aaf
by Betty Decker, senior through Aug. 24th, for Inter- grants have been set up in five
aide, announces that the following mediates 9 to 10 a.m. and for institutions of higher education '
girls completed the Advanced Beginners 10 to 11 by the William Mftrris Agency to /f wt' %
course of Red Cross senior a.m. This is a fine oppor- promote theatrical I writing, acting a1'adlef ,
life saving June S: Jane For- tunity for all girls InterestedIn and staging.
rester, Elizabeth Hill, Karen learning to swim or Improving Annual awards of 11,000 each
Hultzen. Completing the junior their skills In the water to are to b. made by the talent
life saving course June 6 gain their Red Cross swimming booking organization to deserving ;
students Mount
were the following Pauline certificates and theirGlrl Scout si Holyoke N
girls: g :
'>t>'" College Howard University, i..i
Blbee, Janet Carr, Peggy badges. University of North Carolina,
\ Coe, Pam Coe, Mary Helen Carnegie Institute of Technology
Fred Pat Donovan I a a
Corwln Decker and the Cleveland Institute of
Diane Forrester, Diane On Thursday,June 11th. Day Music.
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Saada", June U, ttU A determined effort I I. -
with many bright young students wt'f'
and fair chances of perhaps Aged Distiller 1

leapfrogging Into leadership ,
Soviet Has Come Long In some phases of science

II within five to 20 years. His MindBy ]
but Speaks
A number of weaknesses,
with some leading scientists be.
Way In Research Field
coming aware of them, and try.
Ing to remedy them. GEORGE 4 HACKETT

Dr. H. E. Carter, professor of
By ALTON BLAKESLEE science and technology as prime chemistry at the University of LOUISVILLE (AP) -
Associated Press Science Writer engines for national growth and Illinois, remarkedl Age shoved Julian P. Van

With a naming roar, the great for world prestige. Americans "We must remember the So. Winkle Sr. into a chair be

Brocket Inched upward, slowly reacted with greater emphasison vlets started very far behind us. hind executive' desk
gathered speed and flashed from science in education and In. In old Russia research tended an 8
sight, hurling the first beeping creased government support of to be something for gentleman but It', never been able to

Sputnik Into space scientific research. scholars or a few individuals retire him. Mention that word
l It was October 4, 1957.The So. How strong are the Soviets In "So It is not quite fair to com. end America's oldest miller
viet Union had pioneered the as. science today? and where we distiller explode
pare where they f, v din ., tJk
toundlng new space age. Judgments are coming from stand today, unless we take that The enr-pruenl cane ben
To many people, awed or dis. American specialists who by the Into account. They have come a I tattoo on the flow and his
mayed by the feat, the Soviets dozens have gone to the Soviet remarkably long way and they cigar quivers a* Pappy explain
suddenly seemed 10 feet tall In Union in cultural exchange pro. are working hard. why he il i on the job today' even
allot science and technology grams to peer over the shoulders "The Soviets didn't have the though he celebrated his 90th
Some, Incredulous that the So. of their Soviet counterparts manpower or resources to cover birthday in Mirch.
vlet Union could contribute ma. They finds"Remarkable bets In science.
all the good "I keep young by using a
jor achievements, seized on a progress" over. and choose
They had to pick jigger of common aenae. Most
theory the Soviets had built upon all, considering the Soviets what they considered most Im. human being eat too much,
stolen secrets and captured Cer. started virtually from scratch In portant" Dr. Carter said.
drink too much smoke too much.
to vault Into modern
man experts space aclence.
Through exchange visits, And
they wear out quicker
.and to produce nuclear weapons. Research ranging In quality l
"we've learned
I.I.I i
Hu only eonceiaion to time
the curtain of from
( But behind se. "good to excellent" In
Soviet science to know that It Is
four-hour work the dis'
clear the Rus. some fields dy it
recy, It was very to "terrible" In to be respected but not to be
tillery (Slitter-Welter). Heitarted
education others
loans were stressing
held in Iw.-1964 Is not 1958," --- -- a w
out a* one of Its aale*
says Dr. Daniel Cooper physl. PROFITABLE RETURN About 1.SOO.OOO
tons of
on was eluted loose by men it the age of 19 ind now
chit and managing editor of In. detonation of little more than 200 tone ef
exploaive by' Climax Molybdenum Co.. Climax. ii preiidentof the 22-icre plint
ternatlonal Science and Technol.
.t of)', himself a recent visitor. Colo., 100 tulles southwest of Denver This view of blast la from nearby' Chalk MOlln'a'n.' It i II a unique operation be-

-"The more balanced view of cause Pappy won't allow a

\ rG today shows the United States ko (Troflm Lysenko who cnam. saying what research should be chemist on the ground
of science Has "You cin't mike good whisky
leads In most areas | pions environmental Influences done. Pentagon
and technology But In nuclear inhurry"he auto emphiticil-
as directing hereditary charac. Stress on one year tofive-yearplans lu .... '
physics, or heat transfer or "Th'e u.-II" t h core c h emuu
I terlstlcs) Is still entrenched. makes flexibility Red Faces For
computer technology the considered Good students laugh at It,, but a switch In direction based on try to do. Whisky I.I matter of "PAPPY" VAN \WINKLE'III
judgment of technicalmen still It'. a heavy dead hand on new experience "Is avoided with time end nature."
who've visited the Soviet; genetics research." the excuse that 'It isn't In the Censors' Slip When he estate vi.itora' -
I'J Union and kept track of their Cancer research About as plan." around the plant Puppy carefully Of H-21

literature Is that the Russian 1 good aa It comes, from their top Industrial support-The Soviet WASHINGTON (AP) The points out that the more Days
work while competent lags be.' Union does not have broad thin 2,200 windows in IS unheated -
men. Then there's a wide gulf. as an Pentagon was caught with Its
hind our own." They are putting major effort Industrial base and know.how censorship down.Throughout wkrehouse are open Come To End
Except for space and military Into this" Secrecy-The Russians suffer last winter's Cyprus eight hour a day This opening-

research UA scientists felt Computers and computer re. "from the European mania to crisis-.nd In the current doling operation com about
they generally had been shown' search "They are 10 years lock things up." There appears flareup as well-the Defense De. 4,000 a year in labor but Pappy In Viet NamTAN
the best Soviet research In spa|: back unless their really top. to be less free exchange of ideas partment refused to say wheth. contends tnat "our product
claimed fields. Some of their grade work Is going Into spaceor among their scientists Lack of er U.s 6th Fleet units had sleeps belt with the windows raEP, South Viet Nam
assessments military efforts." contact with the West Is a handl. moved Into position off the Is. open." ( shattering roar explod.
Physics and mathematics eat tlnllln the Ilne or Ion g. cy II n.
Chemistry-Some very good cap especially among younger land."We Recently, he was liking a drlcal machines
"Good theoretical work. research In special institutes. scientists It is mainly the older do not discuss move. Scottish distiller a warehouse
Biological sciences In general"They're I who have been allowed to across the airfield.
But the Soviet chemical Indus. ones ments of units within a fleet
lourwh.n a windstorm aroae. Asa
behind. Smoke and fire belched from
20 years travel abroad. "
try lags area, Is the
Pentagon's stock
and molecular section of roof flew put his the exhaust of one bearing the
Biochemistry Manpower Wartime losses of statement.
Geophysics (the study of the -
head, the Scot liked his guide, name "Taxpayers Regret"
biology Including research on earth)-The Soviet Union Is at millions of men were a severe But the editors of an official
the genetic code-"They missed I "Dmna ye overdo the ventili- Vietnamese soldiers jogged to.
least drain In human resources for Navy publication
as had
strong evidently
as we are, and "
the boat. They were slow In tion in this place a wee bit ward them, but one hesitated
i Is ahead of everyone right now science and other national en. not heard
W ..Ad.4rV.. merging the skills of chemistsbiologists 'In study of the arctic regions. deavors. The June Issue of Naval Aviation When Pappy enrolled at Centre perceptibly before approaching
KAN .Mr W College in his native Danville the monster
r L green splutteringand
and physicists .en.
f Atomic and nuclear researchThe Pace of research-"I rarelysaw News carried a chatty lit.
Ky., the firmly him shaking ahead of him
expected to
Soviets are stepping up lights burning at night In tie Item which spoke of a task
ATTENTION enter politics. Hu rather and Then he plunged Into It,
PET DUCK OWNERS I MOVING TO FLORIDA? their research to control the fu. research laboratories, as you force "standing off Cyprus since
Los sat Hlr_Bonded Dm. in uncle were liwyen and alio It was the noisy beginning of
ston or H.bomb reaction to pro. can see at most American unl. hostilities erupted earlier this
era Modern Equipment. Sam duce electric power. The United varsities Perhaps it is because year." hid served is secretaries of another combat assault for the
pW Rates Between Naples States would "have to spend at life in general Is still hard In the Topping the Item was a picture stats in Kentucky. But college "Shaggy Shawnees, the ba.
Gt In the swim torn she. iptclout, lake front lots MW .H..*.. In doe FIN. sad least twice as much as now is Soviet Union-..tandlng In line to of a landing craft crammed didn't appeal to Poppy 10 he nana shaped H21 helicopter
': RIDGI EXTENSION, eely )Vk mils north tf the N 41. Write. phone for full d.t.ils.Pine. coM you cost )'OU the job at the distillery and Viet Nam.
viets are doing" in terms of re. as compared with here, and lessa giant nuclear.powered car. was
New Urk 120120 H6J40 matter of rler hired immediately. Since their arrival In December .
search workers and experlmen. the Individual acl. Enterprise In the back.
('hltl,* 120120 136240, tal facilities. enlist not being equally on fire ground. "Salesmen today don't know 1961, they have been called
('let(land 199.60 $3120 Scientists Interviewed men. about doing his research." Naval Aviation News is pub. what navel is. Their idea is to many names, most of them

Sen ins; all northern poiMa tloned these weaknesses as Soviet scientific research has Hshed by the Bureau of Naval be home very night. I'd go for bad.Now their
and Florida Including Naples, seen through Western eyes Its strengths, tool Weapons and copies are dls. 60 days by buggy and tr.in.come days are ending

Rid e lerl Mere Punta Corda.Charlotte Teaching versus research- The Russians are building trlbuted to reporters covering back, and go right out again. here.With the last of them leavingthis
Both lose valuable stltmilas more new institutes, "with a th* Pentagon as are other slm. You goiti keep buy :o mike
Harbor, Sarasota.ear. from one another Insofar as'unl.varsities tremendous Investment going liar service publications.As money," week, some of the pilotsare
Write for rates and coat having second thoughts
Into research. an official
I mainly do organ, the coo
teaching Thii philosophy is pined
Created. by. Collier, Development Corp. titlBBtea from any city to and special Institutes, : are They have an JUnpresslve tents of !Naval Aviation News alone to Mi .salesmen.\ q,meet old"You dogs fall because In love Jt with takes these

110 Tamtaml'Troll' 'Phone MI 2.2131 say Florida pots M call""toljtIMI "*'* charged; ,,Pf mar1J?' ,with.. l:,.', Qlr fOl'PI.9f.students sod'young\ ,id. ted are,for"supposed clearance to be- submit in Pippy'* office' tot i pep'talk much pilot technique to keep so
-Phone 162.1121. research. entlsts In numerous fields. by "security every *o often.; Eventually, the them In the air "
NAM.II FLORIDA TERMINAL VAN LINES Centralized control Po11U.cal Medical research Is quicken. review" the Pentagon's Intern. conversation drift around to the American flier who, said wrestled one

01 HI YOUR LOCAL REALTOR 121 'th Street, South or polltlcal.sclentlfic hUr. Ing, and "In 10 years they may al censorship office. industry's critic with H21s for months.Mother
eight .
81. Petersburg. Florida archles have a main voice In be as well advanced as we are." Asked whether the June Issue "The distiller must face up to observed "When
I Proud of their achievementsso ,had gone through security re. his ." you
sntnoniiiri. Poppy have flown
one nf these babies
far, and as sensitive as any view, the Defense Department inert. "He i II not a IIco"n'ci.clu. you have flown everything"
-lf other people to criticism, "lead replied with a terse "no."
"We goofed" citizen. Whisky is a gov The role of the ungainly ffil
log scientists nonetheless in. acknowledged
official ernment-regulated business, beside has been taken over by the
one ruefully.
vlted our comments on what we
thought were weaknesses and Since the presence of Task being the higheit-ttxed. UH1B, known as the I Iuey:
want to overcome them." Force 62 off Cyprus last winterwas Our people go to church and These slim, mosquito.like hell.

At Novosibirsk in Siberia, now out In the open a re. support slmoit all civic enterprises copters are more agile
where a "science city" Is porter tried to find out how long with money and not The H21 was never designed
grow. for the tough work It had to do
Ing American visitors were It had been there how big It conversation.
struck by lively spirit Imaglna. was, what kinds of ships were Not long ago, the president of In Viet Nam. But It won the
tlon and freedom from re. Involved and other details. {a Kentucky college called on grudging respect of relays of
stralnts-compared wills Instl. "No comment" said the Pen. Van Winkle for a aizeable con. U.S. Army pilots who flew It on
tutes close to the capital of Mos. tagon slamming shut the secre 'lri but ion. combat assaults and supply mis.
dons with the Vietnamese
cy door. "What would your trustee
I cow.The Soviet challenge strong, 1 i think of accepting, money from army."She's.
canton old and slow and they
+ and apparently still growing. a distillery"?" Pappy asked
j were writing her off as obsolete
half in jeat."Don't .
Ike Have SamePhilosophies a couple of years ago but you
Va founded worry, the educator could fill her till she
Jamestown was up was
< In 1607..fIAI. !replied. "We figure that money bursting and still get her off the
(Iuarautrr1i I his. been working for the Devil ground," one pilot said.
WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. I long enough. Let us hive it fore This advantage was demon.
Fred Schwengel R4owa said I' while" stated last week when an H21

today former President Dwight Pappy handed over i check. moved 48 refugee women and
D. Eisenhower and Fennsyl children in one lift.
vania Gov. William W. Scran. Officers In the 120th Aviation

ton have similar philosophiesand Soviet Plans Co. oldest helicopter company
bark "there is reason to believe In Viet Nam-said recently 22
or gnitr ntnnetj LUFF GMC INC. that Eisenhower Is for Scran. Nuclear Plants hours of maintenance was need.

Trucks Parts ton." ed to fly one hour.

-ServiceTEMPORARY- Schwengel denied, however a For DesaltingMOSCOW But the officers admitted that
statement attributed to him that the ship was under heavy
I "I have assurance that Due Is (AP) The Soviet punishment all the time.BEN'S .
LOCATION with us" in a campaign to gain Union announced today plans
for Scranton the Republican :'for nuclear plants to take the
I 421 Ninth St., N. presidential nomination. salt from sea water. It did not
iHx mention President Johnson's ;111h1tIC,1 11l'SlCUS.POST

,announcement on the same sub.

Ject.The t
Communist party paper

1 There' Nothing Lite It In Naples.tDlageGjreen Pravda laid Soviet engineershave
u. designed a plant that "can

!. 'There's no fine print to this guarantee! Your sating are insured at Naples Federal compete water supply"Johnson with modern sourcesof GE J ITS

by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. Not one penny has ever been : said Wednesday the

lost, in the thirty-year history of federal-chartered) savings and loan associations. J United !States had achieved an FAVORITE The
economic breakthrough In the typeface to be used on the

use of large scale reactors for 5-cent commemorative stamp
'Withdraw r commercial power which offersa honoring American music I
your savings from Naples Federal whenever you desire in person or by "WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER" dranfitlc prospect of trans was Benjamin Franklin's fav.

mail. And you may be surprised at how much more you've saved than you had thought. t forming sea water Into water orate Baskerville. The typeis

Savings accounts at Naples Federal have a way of growing. Why? Became your savings I A New Community of Cooperative .suitable for human consumption suited to the two pictured

works for you collecting earnings compounded twice yearly. And incidentally, you'll I and Industrial use instruments on the stamp,
Garden Apartments for Adults the lute and horn, popularin
have a good feeling knowing that while your savings had been working for you it has with their the early days of Amer.

also been working for the betterment of Collier County contributing to the economy i Only-Prices Start at $7,200 and feet extended. ica. The stamp will be red,

and) growth of this area. blue and black on blue paper.
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EGLER'SORNER ,"'- .,.. I -
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w the region In an attempt to persuade
t Plan To
ty Keep the husbands to join

: ,* Red Viet Area them.Other leaflet offer high prices

for Viet These
Cong weapons
. .
have bad results. Two peasants
Earth ScorchedSAIGON carrying old rifles arrived In

Saigon from the Tay NLnh area
South Viet Nam
The (AP)-"Wi will keep that area and gave themselves up to the
Naples made
gals a good first policeman they saw
>beds so"n as they build
showing at the Florida Women's 9. Taken to headquarters the;
up again w' w'II burn It down,"
Bowling Association State 8.Jay \ The euker was a senior of admitted they were Vietcong
Tournament in Eau Gillie- Spurs flier of the American special waved pamphlets and 1m
Melbourne. Sand forces stu,U ing reports of a renewed mediately demanded 1,000 pus
Caribbean Realty placed In Communist Viet Cong ters_bout $1)-each for their

the team event with a 2852. for bulldui In a supply! area near weapons.
In the Class A Doubles.Ma ry son the Cambodian border The re They got money and a trip toa

Armbrust Linda Sauchelll gin was left smoldering and rehabilitation camp

placed with a 1211. Ina Bunt- barn', In a northed earth

Ing-Sandy Hackney had 1145 and Betty operation last week,
r Butt, American and Vletna GOPDelegation
Marilyn Splndle-Pattle Dozzie Michigan
p mess special forces men parti
had 1141 In the Class B Dou- r S
Patsy : f rlpaled In the sweep along the Will
bles. In Class C Dot Donel- Price / / r Valco! Oriental River that winds

son-Bette Miller placed with Out down Into the heart of the Me. Be Uncommitted
1186 and Betty Brehm-Glnny kong River delta from Cambo.
Panlpimo 1167. dia. Ills a key Viet Cong supply LANSING Mich. (AP-GoV,

Placing In the Singles were Dandy route. :Seorge Romney said today en.
Class A. Linda Sauchelll 6011 Reports retelved In Saigon :ry of Pennsylvania Gov. WU.
| Daffy
Ham. W, Scranton Into the race
how that the'Iet Cong are re.
Ethel Jones 590. Class
B, 41/2.
thatl bed homes and for the Republican presidential
Helen Henson 657} Dot Donel- building nomination will not affect the
storehouses razed last week
son 626'; Clnny Pantptmo 6191; .1 burned and then Michigan 1 delegation's plan t'1
._ Ton of rl< e
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Marilyn Spindle 609;Patti Doz- tossed Into the river ta doing remain uncommitted.Dut .

zle 601 and Sandy Hackney Star 0 L L I N G TOT H E FAI I H -"TII. General loetmetlv which ngurtd In t famed Civil War eh.... ero.ei Htll Git along a river bank a* the Viet Romney said Scrantoiannouncement n'

588.Anh.Class r'C, Ina Bunting 599, ,., In New York on way to the World ...11'. fh. rtfurblahtd engine' owntd by the Loultvlllt and Nashville, Railroad will b. an txhiblt,,Cong attempt to salvage some mean _the_ R 1
58 3 tl
try with a VI It. publican Nalonai '
Linda Sauchelli placed In the threw Sampan, traffic has resumed "Is more likely to
All-Events Class A with a 1540. shot a Younger Seniors along the river but the river. on the platform

Class B, Sandy Hackney 1395; brust Will Test Man's AbilityTo The term "senior senator" boats flee Into jungle cover select candidates "u".u.1
refers to length of continuous when ,
Patti Dozzie 1385. Class C, Barb planes come low al convictions square
Agatha Cleary 1308. 165 service rather than age and The Saigon 1( gover itnent Is platform."
the senior senator of a state making It dear It will strike
Quite a representation fromNaplesdon's Lind Romney laid "" a
may be younger in years than again Into the river region n the
Work At Great
DepthsMIAMI he will not support
you think? Congratulations pledge
the junior senator near future. The special, fortes
candidate until the
to all fine Shults any
you Intend to use the
"Bowie re ttes" (AP) -A test of man's the SDC does this aboard the gamin devices that propa. Michigan: delegates have fOj
to live and work at great research ship, then Is lowered ten!hY Mmirl) ., M, |_rsuaded with each of the candidate.
BROOKS1DEBOWL First four Loril V.FlniiU .:lu' I u ,: i. 600 l peasant families minus
GULF SHORE LEAGUE for S710.'t depths will begin In quickly. MrdiulMOLES A .. husbands; to a< "'pl| government .
Bahamas next week when The rubber dwelling la kept None finer
offers of relo atlon. .
Firing a high of 233 and each Every
game dlvera descend 400 feet to rigid by Inflation with a mixtureof AND
wife Interviewed said her hus,
another of 206 gave John Stull has 10 bottom of the Atlantic In a 97 per cent helium and 3 per MALIGNANCIESNever band was with (he Viet Cong. Beacon Manor
a 608 to lead the league. Guye Publlx vessel. cent oxygen. neglect a news A A recited 60 cent of the Nurilng Home
Daniels almost made a 600- Trail The two will be subjected to Though the Earth' air 1* 78 nevus i i. a mole or birthmark, 'IHII'ulatlon of the per river region In for loving lender care
with a 226 he totaled a 599.' tel 7, pressure for a longer per cent nitrogen, the undersea and some, Most moles become have malignant western Tay Mnh Province left at low rates
Wimp Johnson came up with a than any human has ever dwelling will have none. Nitro people 01 American helicopters for "
under the sea. moles, which are slots| on the | re .
576-227. Jim Peacock reached gen acts aa a dangerous narcot.Ic akin varying In color from settlement. They have moved --
a 221 loner Joe Salmon The research li part of a to diver under high pressure. light brown to bln<'k. A mi'la into strategic hamlet and are I' -4/A 'S e' !
In the Sea"
215, Dale Griffith 211Em Em- project begun The diver will emerge Into noma is a type of mole that being red by the U.S. aid mis. .. "' ,
1959 by the national Ceo. .
the surrounding sea through an be and ... .
me rick 203, Gil Sorensen 202, may prove to cancerous alon, I. I.
Society and pushed by open port In the bottom of their therein lies the danger When Special I forces ._
Duck Perry 201-192. Buck we4f source report
Navy and the Smithsonian colored mole the body
home. This way they will carryout any that ilrtures, of Contact
Buchanan had a 199, Ed Har- one for after the linking of photo mission and trip to changes size or bleeds easily tier contented set. Mrs K.IUr. H N
roun. Ev Baldwin Hub Rans with a atomic submarine Thresher. sample the bottom and the like. and alters its color, especially are being pasted on propa 5400 ItacM 10.,1.Tord
198, Jerry Winebrenner 195,"" mon The Thresher disaster drew at. At all timesclosed.circuittel.evlslon from brown to black, it should Kan la pamphlets droJllled| l Into Trailsiede; ) Fen Mrtrt. ,,."".
Gene to the limitations of re*. be examined by a physician
Arvlll Holland 194, Carrol Arnold will carry their Images -
Diagnosis/ of early melanoma '
Elvin Townsend and John Field equipment at treat depths.At to the deck of the Seadlver. In is difficult and therefore

Tippins 192,Charlie Rice 191. cher a news conference aboard an emergency, the SDC can a biopsy is usually done Thisconsists I We Can Now Take
Out of 16 points Townsend Produce a 227 vessel Seadlver Thursday quickly surface and be lifted I in removal and exemlnation
and Mixed Grocers have man a A. Link, 60, pioneer un. aboard ship, where a connecting under a microsooiw I'fI of
researcher,described his a piece of tissue removed from
and tunnel would lead them to a decompression
14 each. Wimp's Texaco 11, for the experiment at 400 chamber. the mole, Untreated a can Applications For .
Firebirds 10, Standard Oil 195. rerous mole or melanoma will
After the test at 400 feet, Link
Police 8 Yahl Bros T.V. and the* tumor cells will
Between grow
June 20 and 25
said plan to try (00 feet and there.
71/2 Kwlk Chek 7,Gulf Coast Gen his chief likely. spread eventually Into
diver Robert after greater and greater depth the blood stream This scatterIng ,
Motors 6, Naples Floor Covering cher and his con, Clayton Retired from a career In In. of the cancer cells Is known FHA LOANSOn
I 4, Boat Haven 3 1/2 will submerge to see If dustry, Link became well known a. metastasis, the transfer of a
and Pauls Texaco 3. ress can function on the bottom for his Invention of the World disease from one organ or partto
MIXED CLASSIC -- Tops 142. a week. War n Link trainer In which another not directly con
for the men was Paul Crlcken- key Preliminary dives at shallow. ,student pilots pent counties nected.. l. Homes
berger with a 616-204-234. level In Northwest Pro vi. :hours "In night" without leaving On the other hand, almost

Linda Sauchelll led {the girls \he.fIe1d : Channel near Great Stir. I the ground.He '' Everyone tomewherd'oA has ,a tho mole body\or, and two; I I ..., tOT ",I, B'" ',' Constri3 -'
Cay will be held before the first tested the I tedZ,
<< underwater e
with a 623-192. Ike Wolforel'listed a 621- fortunately moot of t them are .I : ( "w' 0,1 fhb
day drop. I house himself at
a 581-221-204 Walt a depth of 80 harml_ In some CHWS, a pereon
ed Link and Stenult will enter J teat These test were made In may he lib rally covered / or
Brehm Edna a
561-222 Simp- submersible decompression I the *
Mediterranean during a with hundreds of moles, or .
son 504-187.1udy Crickenber- man (SDC) for the trip I search for archeological treas. nevi but the average is eeti Pre-Owned Homes
ger 500-199 Mary Armbrust chura to their underwater home, 1 mated to be about 10 to 20. _.A._
497. Melba Cornell 489 and black, Inflatable rubber dwtl. urea.One of the diver in Link, The common mole is due to an mEA Telephoto)

Jeri Jerabek 488. Glen Yager 197 that contains living quar. I rroup rarrle a famous name. with excess of skin cells in an ana. DRESS: KEIiFAimt: In
a relatively greater exreweof
Hatcher food, communications I He is Jon h1LAND
tossed single games of 212- and Lindbergh son of pigmented or color bearingcells her latest film, "Marriage, | 34) FIFTH AVE, SOUTH
: Its own special (
210. Tom Eggleston 209, Ken and Lindbergh first person Italian Style" now being shot MORTGAGE
McConkey 206,Jim Croak 202. threw Both supply.the underwater dwelling to fly solo across the Atlantic. A mole may be easily re in Home Academy Award ,
Bob Steele Nell 168, moved! by a phvmcian and
205. VanWyk, winning actress Sophia
Tlllman the SDC are Innovations of There are seven start in should 1 be if it is subject to HARRY L. MILIEU Morlgo9. roUr TEl, Midway 3700
Sauchelll 201 Joe Sal- Loren this slave
Harry wears girl
t the Pleiades cluster Six of irritation or injury or if it
mon 191-twlce and Juanita Sny- Fay While diver previously had to 1 these can be seen easily with changes shape or appearance costume,
der 189. Mac convened the and lowered to great depths a lit. 1 the naked eye and people ,
4-7-9-10. Using 52 points as Jones at a time to acclimate their ,with expeptional eyesight can
a goal the Mark Missers have ted the to the pressure buildup, I see the seventh.

36, Pin Busters 27, Three r
Strikes and a Miss 26, Bowl-

ers Four-Big Four 25, No Summer
Tars 24, Gutter Snipes 23 and SpecialsBeautifully

the Hook Masters 201/2.

COUPLES -- The Ransome

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Flip tossing a 572-235. The Located Home & Guest HouseThis
Klines posted 1188 with the help 0
of Bobby's 462-167 and Louise's > "r"

136. The Rans had a 1170 with extremely fine listing is located at 242 Third Avenue North. Tho main
Kaye showing a 488-174. Ned r
Dorsey listed a 202 loner The house has three bedroom and three baths. The largo living room has

Rascals have 12 out of 16 points. en eleven by eight foot offiot which could be used as don or offico. The
M Mountaineers! 11, HI Jinx 10.
kitchen it completely electric and include the refrigerator Tho main house

has two air conditioners. The gust house, built in 1963 has completely

!: F new furnishings and appliances and an air conditioner with reverse cycle
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\ Will a low cost Both houses are equipped with garbage disposals and are nicely landscaped .

and furnished. All and
\ handsomely furnishings, drape carpetinggo

( PERSONALLOAN with the property; with exception of personal items. This home and

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6B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, June 14. W4

off-beat travel topics .


at J Itt 6Gsd


By Anne L. Bowes 1

9:30 A.M. to 5 P.M. ...,u ....
not live In red-beamed, gilt
The great hoax for vacationers edged houses filled with hand-
this summer Is the New carved chess sets and mahogany
Beautifully Furnished Model York World's Fair I Operatedon chairs.: Besides, who's paying
a policy of PAY AND WAIT, for this huge, rococco: structure
It Is perhaps the most com ????
"': ilJ' mercial enterprise toever lure For those who like to get
It '.!I visitors. around, there are many formsof
7. You begin paying and wait- transportation at the Fair.
ing long before you arrive at The Swiss brought over real THE UNISPHERE is hub of activity at World'sFair.
the Fair. Regardless of your ski cable cars. There are the Flags, fountains and flowers add color to I

approach by land, there are monorails doddlebug cars, a the scene.. ._. _, _. ---0.-"._.
tolls, tunnelsbridges and highways large ferris wheel shaped likea ... J, I'
to be negotiated often at tire, and car-trains. In the rt';" j
a snail's pace. Parking presents Walt Disney House there are r.,' I
{ a new problem due to even boats which drift down a"canal" eo" 0 ,
j the vast,pralrle-like spaces of exposing their passengers rr
macadam where one gets easily to IS minutes of dolls, t
r 0 lost-and the coSt I 11.50 blaring music and bright lights.
puts your car up for the day, Long after you have emergedfrom
but for heaven's sake, don't this cheap display the repetitions i.1
forget your stall number. Free song "It's a small
4 r
buses pick up and discharge world after all" grinds on and
every 10 or 15 minutes. on in your head. Fun for the
At the Fair's entrance, you kids,but hardly adult entertainment "
pay 12.00, wait In line to buy at eDIt a head. "
your ticket and again to pass There are fine things to see 1 1 J
through the stiles From this at General Electric.Ford.lBMand
point on, the great hand of the other large company exhibits 4 4N
World's Fair Is out and you can but lines are often long 1 t
put as much or u little sliver Should you decide to while away
In It as your wits dictate. some time with a hot dog or an
Most of the pavilions and exhibits ice cream cone, dig deep.
are free, their Prices are exhorbltant. Someof
walls, special sows and sales the exotic restaurants are
will eat on your wallet. Fora also expensive, but at least they
full day with meals, this writer offer you authentic taste treats .. _.. -
would advise taking a $20 To me, the most exciting exhibit AUTHOR (in black) and friends relax outside I

bill. Of course with ingenu- of all is"HMSBowny. _Siamese__ __ pavilliona glittering jewel-like temple. ,
Icy a lunch pall and much located west of the Fai rG rounds n
squelching! of temptation you near the new Met-Jet Stadium. exact replica of car h l3:eh's Lucky boat-goers will avoid
traffic, sore feet and crowds.
l This is the original 118-foot cabin.
can only $3.50 (parking
boats the If you don't own a boat but
of ,
fee sailing vessel on which the And speaking
plus entrance )
F ; < ** < ffi A map, either bought for $1 film, "Mutiny on the Bounty"was adventurous vacationer who like water the, mere Idea of are traveling numerous by
or memorized Inside the num- filmed. It is open to the feels he MUST see this great, vessels from all
public adults, SO child- Fair can arrive by boat. sightseeing
erous phone booths is a must. (90 gaudy of Manhattan, the Bronx
It's best to walk right to the ren), at the World's Fair Mar Passage from the Great Lakes pans and New Jersey as well uhlgh.speed
hub of the Fair the magnificent ina. The ship is a real sea down the Hudson Rive Is a very One
Unisphere. This bright dog" as attested by her voyage scenic route, as Is the Inland would be wise hydrafoils.to consider boat-
rh center of color and people Is from Nova Scotia to Tahiti in Waterway up from Florida. the ,
Ing to Fair not only to
worth seeing and from it, the 33 days a distance of 7,327 Boats can dock: at the World'sFair facilitate travel buttoaddpleaJ
)International Pavilions are miles I From the deck to the Marina with its facilities sure to a trip that for
is 103 for 800 vessels (largest installation
easily visited. top of the main-mast
is but
people nothing a big
The International pavilionsare feet. Below decks is an almost on the eastern seaboard). bore I f"
free and entertaining. Unfortunately '
they do not approach -
? o'i ui the educational level one
h might wish. In fact some, O O O O O O O O O a
' like the new African nations
are mostly souvenir shops for
Junky Imitations. Others like
the Mexican, Austrian and National 0

FIRST WITH 0 MORE, LIVING AREA_ Chinese,for their buildings distinctive are Interesting 0
I : *' architecture rind displays. In

FOR LESS MONEYBATH the Indonesian pavUlon are 0
.. some of the most seductive,
beautiful girls imaginable.The .
Mexican house,with its
stem grey stonework and twist- 0
ed green pines devotes a whole 0
floor to history! the Austrian, ALL
UTilITY (IWAKrASTRM. displays skits, woolens, mach-
NOOKMASTERe'R. ines to good advantage; while O
the National Chinese pavilion 0Q
X FAMILY OOOM literally flabbergasts the visual
nr. .' senses with its painted lavish-
ness. One gets the impression
KlTOiEN GARAGE: this nation is trying to "puton
oat, ftM. BATH l I .' .. .. .. ..... the dog" and make people Property Ownersin
think that life Is very plush
and rosy inside its boundaries. 0
Certainly! the rural Chinese do
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the market are too large;
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CABINET li one that l la mall and and made adjustments in value

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HfHf_Y ung People' Tlritrlc" British Teen Gangs, Sunday, June 14. 19(4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7ft

The Rockers. who go for high your stomach and you want the

Mods and Rockers powered motorcycles, are dUtlnfulihed boys to go on and on fighting
Survey Finds
Girls Outread Boys by floppy dress and You forget you may get hurt-

grooming. The Mode. who favor vou don't care about anything any

Both a Rock Staid EnglandGILBERT the cheaper scooter, spend their ....You're got to make up at

Prefer Mystery Novels Most VtlERAKS'CORNER YOUTH SERVICE money on high styles for themselves the weekend for all that boring

sad gadget for their time you are going to spend at
Here art authoritative answers London-WaM old England,'
work the next week
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By Eugene Gilbert by the Veterans Administration to whose boys and girls often are

President, Gilbert Youth BOYS GIRLS questions from former service held up to Americans a* model The Rocker seems moreagfreceive Fighting first errupted at
Research Inc. men and then familiesiW Clacten, on the east coast, at
of good manners and quiet
Despite busy schedules today'. i live In a small i ommunlt)' more conaervs- Easter In the weeks that followed
and have been unable to find a deportment, hue produced a new tlve and old fashioned The Mod
teen-agers manage to do a lot 01 f more fighting errupted In Inland
77'1; lending agency which will grant breed of oafs. lives for change. likes new Idea
reading. NOVELS me a loan to purchase a home. and kicks towns all across Britain Arrests
Some 8? per cent of the 13(1 6Sx How may I obtain a GI loon,' Just as the Spiv: was the In one week totalled nearly a

boys and girls we surveyed recently MAGAZINES A Get In touch with your product of post-war austerity. Between mirh t..ranh thousand.

say they often pass up, S6% nearest VA Regional Office to Me and the Teddy Boys and Girls clashes may have been Inevltable Left alone In their own groups
If your county U on the approvedlist
television and movies In favor o- for VA direct loans U It l., arrived In the fllehh fifties, so Certainly they have and In their own settings (the

a good book. SOT* you may be able to obtain a VA now we have the MOOs and the come about In beach re..rts and scene Jan club for mods, the

The girls read more than the direct loan for home purchase.Q Rockers who have been making other places. ice cafe for rockers) the two

boys. Seventy per cent of them My uncle, a World War I headline In the affluent sKtlet, I groups form fairly self-contained
veteran, recently died leaving no A Mod girl 17-year-old Teresa
say they do a sizeable amount of irorldi It Is when the two mix
family except a daughter who IItw..nl'oIhr.e Of PrIUIn's five million ("but please call me 'Terry ") :
reading, while only 63 per cent but In an Institution. on neutral territory and begin
young people, between IS and 25 explained the recent fighting be. j jtveen
of the young men spend their 23% Is it possible for her to receive I trading Insults that the trouble
NEWSPAPIRS'-- ? years old, the hinds and Rockers the rival groups as wlIas
leisure time this way. 'I starts
A Children normally receive probably number no more than any sociologist could:
Most of the girls-63 per cent "
payments until age eighteen, or S per rent That leaves plenty to "We need someone to take
prefer books to magazines, until twenty-one If still In school
1 carry on the tradition of the notice of us and fighting Is a way
while half of the young men say However, one who becomes help.
e respectful| vberh dressed of attracting attention The word
less before I"I still
they read magazines most often. t.f'Imay
be paid as long as helplessness English Mtungsler. But It's the gets around and It gets exciting & .,
On the other hand, more of the
continues A claim should be five per (rnt who get the n< IkeCurrent and you go where you think the FOR SUN. run C rnH
boy. read newspapers. Forty- OQ C filed to determine your cousin'sentitlement. fights a re going to he."
four per cent of the boys like Silver King ;
Boredom also to 1
appears a
to look at the papers, but only 23 Q- Is a member of the Re.serves !
D.eau> )
hlef cause of the teen-age v (Bo* Nunn
per cent of the girls read many Injured while on Inactive MODERN.SAFEFASTFISHING
such Journals. duty training, eligible for dlsa. Best SellersCompiled double a Rocker girl explained: CRUISER "
billty compensation through the I ( by Publishers' Weekly) '.t Isten-It gives you a kick,
Novels are the teens' favorite
VAT a thrill. It makes you feel funny ; Ml 2-2S17 or Ml I-3M
type of book. Seventy-seven percent ', A Yes. The law provides FICTION Capt Cecil Lamb
compensation for tnlurlei THE SPY WHO CAME IN inside You get butterflies In |
of the girls and St rent
Incurred in line of duty FROM THE COLD, Le Carre 3
of the boys say they like such CONVENTION, Knebel end
by reservists during a drill or
books best. "enty.se".n percent other period of authorized lnac Bailey
of the girls and 24 percent tlve duty training Application THE NIGHT IN LISBON

of the boys prefermyst.rtes should be filed with the nearestVA R(marque
r Regional Office, and be ao.companlt'd CANDY, Southern and Haf The) Agency With Personal Service
while 10 per cent of ten
by an official state berg
the girls and 21 per cent of the VON RYAN'S EXPRESS
ment from the Unit Commander I
boys choose historical works. showing the date and nature of Wtithelmer,
Also popular with 19 per cent Teens often pass up television and the movies In favor of reading. The graph shows girls the Inactive duty, and the date, NONFICTIONFOUR A dependable agency, reepone-
of the young men are science read more than boys preferring novels and magatlnes, while boys read more newspapers circumstances, nature, and line DAYS UPI Amarl- ibis far protecting you your
of duty status of the Injury. can Heritage family, home end bueineeeelnit
books. Files," "Black Like me," and Q..I am receiving pension as A MOVEABLE FEAST, .( every Insurable three
The greatest number of teens receive tests and Interviews Hemingway of 1 loss through a planned program
"Exodus. a widow of a veteran, and for
-tl per cent-estimate they Jerry Mays which determine their future THE NAKED SOCIETY, of protection guaranteed
One-third of the teens said they our two children. am Packard by compenle of unquestioned
read between six and 10 books assignments In the Navy. Upon .ln and Iwould
had finished reading their last daring marrying n A DAY IN THE LIFE OF Financial strength.
each year. Another 13 per cent Ends Stint At completing the program they Ilk to know If this would resultin PRESIDENT KENNEDY
read between 11 and II books, book within the past week. are assigned to service schools the loss of this pension? Bishop ,

12 per cent average 16 to 20 Another 19 per cent finished the Naval CenterGREAT for technical training or to A..only that portion that Is DIPLOMAT AMONG WARRIORS .
volumes, and 11 per cent read book within the past two weeks. ships and stations for on-the payable as your benefit would be Murphy

only one to five books a The teen-agers generally agree LAKES ILL job training in a Navy rating stopped. Benefits would contln (AP'i The Torch Is
year. specialty. ue to be paid to you on behalf Pantd" listed A INSDIAXCE Win; tat
R. li
The recent reading materialof that textbooks are the most helpful (FHTNCJerry Mays son net became
of children. Children do not
I of Mr. and Mrs. Otho Maysof Naval training produces the your It has net been .Id '
material followed
of and varies reading by to when :
boys girls lose their rights pension Gf'\
widely. Four cent of the novels, fiction and biography.Half Immokalee has completed power In seapower by supply- the widow remarries or dies., generally In ) (52 Sib A,.... See*
per recruit the Naval Ing qualified personnel to man
training fKe-e I-SH1
They will! continue to receive
, of the people-
boys said the last book they read young Training Center,Great Lakes the ships, planes and shore stations pension until age 18, or If they N.'..., NerUa
cent of the
Including 55 per Everyone Reads The NEWS
was "Seven Days In May." Other1 of
today's Navy. remain In school, until age 21. t
popular books with the young men' girls and 43 per cent of the m.The nine-week training Includes ..

were "Catcher In the Rye" and boys-get their books at the local naval orientation history -

"Lord of the Flies... public library. Another 42 percent and organization sea

P "Gone With the Wind" and use the school library most manshlp. ordnance and gun-

"To Kill a Mockingbird" head frequently, and a surprisinglylarge nery, military drill, first aid

the girls' list of recently read number-39 per cent-buy and survival. :

bookS:followed by "Lord of the their books During the training recults r

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Goethe, The German Poet And Dramatist, Who, In 1809, Wrote: "Three f+
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Things Are To Be Looked For In A Building: That Itjtand On The Right

Spot; That It Be Securely Founded; That It Be Successfully Executed." This

ls Still Good Rule-Of-Thumb Advice, And We At Ad Miller Associate ThinkIt

Applies To The Homes On Our Listings. Jjst To Prove The Point, Why

Not Let Us Show You Some Of These Desirable Properties, Such As The '

Following? r: I ;, !: .1

SO NICE TO COME HOME TO That scald be the custom built three bedroom : v ; ___ .

house on Mandarin Drive In Coquina( Sand .\mon, ether attractive assets It

has a large living room, dining room Florida room, two tile baths electric kitchen

and garage Wiring for an air conditioner has been Installed In the living

room and there are a well and pump for lawn ore Owner has been transferred

to another locality hence the bargain price of 820.:200. with allh above a $12000

mortgage.THERE'S. w

A LOT Including literally a large beautifully landscaped one to

be said for this striking Moorings residence on Springline Drive Built of brick

and clapboard It offers two bedrooms, three full baths living room, dining room.

paneled! den and an electric kitchen containing a stove with extra large oven, dl"h- for the latest in.

washer, disposal and handmade kitchen cabinets Other features you'II like area .

Florida room and porch the ample closet and storage space, wall.to-wall carpeting,

central air conditioners and a washer dryer $13.250

IT'S A CHARMER! He mean the home on South Golf Drive, overlooking the golf

course It has three bedrooms _lth a walk-in ..dressing room off the mailer's

bedroom two baths, a commodious living room and entrance hall large porch .Ilk
kitchen The home I. centrally -
a southern exposure and an excellently appointed
heated and air conditioned!, and there ls generous storage and clone space } urnie grgj9



YOU'LL FIND PLENTY to please vee In the 2400 square feet of the stylish house.

on South Broad Court. Ridge Lakes II I. bring offered furnished except for

piano, hi-fi and various personal belonging The (tonne. contains a If by 10/ living byFURNITURE

roam te large bedrooms, one with deeming room two bathe. den with built-is hsr '
fireplace, dining room off electric kitchen and large patio chit barbecue pit. ..s' I' ".

Topping all this is an 111' by 16' Esther! Williams imming pool Price has

been reduced! to '':.300. ;r"a rf, ;** "" AIR"

WANT \N INCOME PRODI"CINfi PROPERTY On a large, .landscaped

site on West Lake Drive' stand a furnished te bedroom hou.... with living room, .1;"' ;;

dining room. Florida room and electric I kitchen TV and Magnaves are Included .

Zoned multl-family, the i let Is big enongh te permit the contraction of .several '
rental unite behind the house. $I..JOO. ::,. ,

it, '
SLEEK. MODERN HOME en Slsla Street North containing tee bedrooms. and tu .y

baths The house also pmnesoe. a sizable( living room, dining room front porch, ac; visit the"FLORIDIAN"

well equipped kitchen end carport 1J,'00. and can be bought! for rank abovea r '

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} LABORATORY UNDER THE SEA-Scott Carpenter, right, who was one of the US astronauts who spent time in space,
has gone to the other extreme. lie has now spent time under the sea Carpenter was included in the five men who I
made up the crew of Sealab I, the Navy underwater research laboratory, left. The men lived and did research in the
40-foot lab 192 feet under the sea southwest of Bermuda

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Australia, so David Holloway of New York City was BLANKETED I IN MIN K-Eike Sommer pee,. oul N
quick to say hello. The friendly animal is a member of the Of blanket of white mink in London where tht'a ?IImii ng"ShotIn

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e s aral's special' repreeentatlve to ) and it travail at a top spud of almost 154 miles an hour, The train( undergoing BuperEspreu the movie 22-year studio-old actress Henceforth will, SQUEEZE IN THE MOUTH-If one's not quite tall enough, it's pretty hard to sample '

Cyprua.HesucnedsGen.Gyanh! final toots in Japan, la scheduled to ba In operation by the tim, the Olympic Games 'tar!. be known as Laura Land. the flavor of a new coffee-flavored liqueur, atomized into one's mouth in New York. .

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photographed at < lt range on Culpepper Island( 'In the Galapagos' Arch pelago off the isle" 'launcher at Mare Island Naval Shipyard in California ,th a guitar, at his" Garden City, Ga. home Judging from hit present hairdo the son of Mr
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r Sunday, June 14, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9B

Adults NeededFor PET DOCTOR

lyA.W. Meller.DV.MO ,
Girl Scout

HereAdult ,,,PECUII hlirE R!
Day Camp GULF

volunteers art still need
:: ed to complete the start for the .
Girl Scout Day Camp according .
to hire Allot Timberlikt, ,vs.a jes
neighborhood Girl Scout chair
alt, man. As a result, she said, the .
i a Naples service team Is com.
pelled to announce that only TOWERS
? girls from troops that are pro. /
: viding adult assistance will be
e ti permitted to attend the day Camp

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"" .: ,.. "This means that 11 Brownies
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from Troop 315 will not be ell.

l' ... .." glble", she explained, "and that 1977 GULF SHORE BOULEVARD
3 i i "........-......-. --, .'.....,.: ....1. ... a. seven Brownies from Troop 272 IME EARIS /

_.;.,_ t :.' will Brownies not be will eligible certainly and be these most Directly on the Gulf in The Moorings
My porakeet has
.. __.-M...... rv w1...*..!.'*>*.#. *, .,*..*. ,. .aaa r.' disappointed. One adult from eachof strange growth I Lie a fungus a,
these troops would make it
FLEE THE FIG I H TIN I G-Laotian rtfug.., carrying their possessions, stream possible for Brownies listed to around Nil need, running up the
tide ol Kit beoli toward hit
Into I camp for diaplactd' peraona The aouthiat Asian nation where fighting hn broken come to camp. eyet
One training session All day he does nothing but tot
was con. ,
hit been
out again plagued by political troublea sins gaming Independence In 1954.
_. ... eluded Thursday, June 11. The deep and scratch like mod What
-- next dates for training will beat causes this growth? lawtrtnce f fII

I war The Air Force provides i Camp Tlmberford June 27from Fox Volley Stream N.Y. I
Hangar ScoopKnow technical advice and informatiot 19:30 to 2 p.m. and at the Scout
. a to those CAP members who or.., House 7.30: p.m June 29. A, You cant b. sore unl... you
IN ganlzt and train CAP personnel, If there are still volunteers who hove your vtrmorlan take o small
and resources The Air Force wish to take these sessions and pitc of .the growth and * also makes available certain Air make up the one they have miss. under a microicopt The Kratchlng
. Force services and facilities currently ., ed, Mrs Allen Bibee, the dayr could b* cowed other by milt, .r by
[. required by CAP to carr r r camp director, Is willing make a 'lungui You might' put a whit. cloth I
Your CAP out Its missions. Air Force up the training sesslon.Mrs.Tlm. ever the tope ol. night and ,load'for .the I
assistance to the Civil Air Patrol <, berlake said. Anyone Interested block& spells ol mites, on II/In the morning I I111F
by Anne Swenson for outstanding I.O. (Information program Is restricted to should call Mrs. Bibee Immedi. H II II mites, you con gl o spray
2.5394 Mrs. Timber.
at or
specific areas by Acts of Con. ately
Officer) services to the Florida fom,011' viltrmorion or p.o'* to
Three of our CAP pilots flew lake at 2.3630.
Air Force assistanceto
Wlng.Lt.Col E.F.Fogarty, USAF, gress. door II up K II ll a fungus, you hove amore
"flower Memorial
the drop" Dayat Staff members from Troops
CAP cannot Interfere or con.
Naples Memorial Gardens. director CAP personnel, pre. flict with the performance of the I, 124, 241, 246, 276, 211, 212, 256 Mrlaul probltm Until rxcnlly
award Col. DuPont
sented an to all 'I could do wot point the aHtclod 0
Jerry Capuano flew the lead In our mission of the Air Force Ifself. and 22 will Insure from
Florida commander for girls GULF TOWERS of casual
wing imparts
Piper Colt with Cadet Shields area with 0 mild tincture ol lodin, an atmosphere
these troops being able to attend,
the most new units,
Kent. Bob Pearman flew a Cub organizing Now there It a med, ahon which n
with Cadet Bob Chappel and Paul 35 of to them.Col. DuPont Col. Rellly the award presented for. Tenderloin And and she In said.the"An out-of-doors Interest In are girls the gluon Inltrnally, but ll available only 0 graciousness a mood so symbolic of the underplayed -

Frank flew a Cub with Cadet the highest score In the South. Tomatoes StarIn main qualification for volunteers. on prturlption' lifan you try anything elegance of subtropical living The sleek
Bob Arid squad. consult local
George Frye. vttirlnorion
eastern Region for wing effect. You do not need to be a Scout your
commander, manned the ground Iveness tests (SARCAP). Colon. Mother, or leader, to help with for on accurate diognoiil' Thtn follow lines of the building evokes a warm, beautiful expression -
radio at the Gardens. Tasty she added nocrly the court ol tr otmint h.proicrlbi i
XXX el Paul Ashworth, national com. Day Camp, ) without imposing severity to give a unified feel
mender, presented certificatesof Ai summer wants and you're Mrs. Timerlake strongly urged
Senior members: You do not award for outstanding 1.0. taking advantage of the last of adults to make the Day Camp ing of contemporary stateliness. Altogether there is
have to enroll In ECI to get your
for these Brownies,
the season's special foods, possible
you trade have as warrant to do Is officer apply Now for all It. and work U.to Col.Lt. Campeau.Mary Hartmann U. Ben some unusual combination for try a saying "They deserve this 0 an informal yet solidly elegant air that echoes a quiet
to make frlendi.leirn
chance new
Wakes accepted Col. Campeau's menu pep up.
award for him. Fresh tomatoes will play an new skills In the out.of.doorsand sense of dignity and well-being,
Cadets Now slight
: you can get
to have the fun that other campers
ly used 505 uniforms from wing Thb conference was very good. Important supporting role In a enjoy"
headquarters In Orlando for$3.00 There was, to my knowledge, no succulent meat entree called
a set. They were used by the mention as yet as to where It Pork Tenderloin Supreme. Each
ROTC Col. Fisher will be at will be held next year.Whereverit Intriguing serving stacks a pork lows: Cross 2 slices bacon, place Got the Brit
headquarters every Saturday Is, it Is a very Informative tenderloin patty a tomato slice tenderloin patty on the center, Science has eliminated I
from to 5 p.m.) thing to attend for all Senior and an onion slice all enclosed sprinkle with salt and pepper. much of the drudgery that ;
1:00ip.m. X X members. This year's was the with bacon strips. Place a slice of tomato on the used to be associated with GULF TOWERS SERIES NO. 8
Florida Wing and Southeast first ever completely run by Meat expert Reb Staggs says, patty, season, and top with a the kitchen, but even today
Region have taken over the top the Air Force. that tenderloin patties, sometimes slice of onion. Season Bring it lakes more than buttons to
spots In the wing and region stand. XXX called cutlets, are the bacon ends up over onion slice beat an egg.Recipe. .
Ings for the first quarter of 1964 Colonel Paul C. Ashworth, most tender cut of pork and and fasten with a wooden pick. call for eggs to be I
In the national Information re. USAF, national commander,Civil recommends them for a top- Place in a baking pan, cover beaten, slightly beaten well. THE KITCHENS .
porting program. The current Air Patrol, Is retiring from the notch meal.Pork tightly and bake in a moderateoven beaten and stiff beaten. And
Noticeably beautiful the abundance of formica furniturefinish .
fr standings have Just been releas.ed Air Force at the end of this month Tenderloin (350 F.) 30 minutes. Remove many of us wonder just ,
by the national Information after 30 years of active duty. cover and continue baking wherein lies the difference cabinets and drawers, customized in Cathedral -
office. He has been national commander 12 slices bacon 30 minutes or until. done. 4 to 6 between all these terms. Walnut, are accented by the ex
XX X for 30 months. No successor has 6 pork tenderloin patties servings. Recipes calling for beaten formica counters yielding uncluttered and unrestrained
walked off with been named Salt eggs usually mean whole I
Florida Wing as yet. freedom whether !serving formal dinners or informal
4 of the 5 major awards pre. It's a fact: The Civil Air Patrol Pepper eggs blended until the whites snacks.
II'RCNEW and The multi-purpose, stainless steel, double sink
sented at the Southeastern Re. and the U.s. Air Force maintaina yolks are creamed. This
glonal Conference In Hollywoodlast civlllan.milltary relationship. 6 slices tomato cut U Inch YOUR differs from those slightly is uniquely placed to service the kitchen a* well as

weekend. Colonel F.W. Rell. The CAP Is a USAF auxiliary thick DR VER'S LICENSE beaten, which are whipped making the plantation shuttered kitchen to-dining pass-
ly Commander, Southeastern whose voluntary, noncombat, 6 slices onion cut4 Inch mm YOUR y just until the yolks and through a useful bar-ette. From the full-coverage lum.
Region, presented, from the Women benevolent services are employ. thick BIRTH MONTH whites mix.Beaten inous ceiling for daylight lighting, to the pure vinyl
Flyers of Amerlcathe award ed In times of both peace and Prepare each serving as fol. eggs are used primarily floor covering, the color coordinated kitchens are as
to make batter and
doughs light in texture and efficient as they are beautiful.
to act at a binder for batter, Luxuriously appointed with a profusion of General
doughs and salad dressings. Electric appliances including a lefrigerator-freezer

Slightly beaten eggs are with over 13 cu. ft, of storage space a compact
For usually used to thicken I supermarket that holds over 100 pounds of food in
you- foods before or to coat with crumbs the freezing compartment alone ; a full-size range

Well.frying.beaten should featuring pushbutton controls and the silent service of

be whipped until eggs they are an automatically timed oven ; a quiet disposal! to elim.

the bayfront propertyin thoroughly blended and are inate scraps in a tidy fashion ; and a roomy dishwasherthat
light and fluffy. : holds 14 place settings.
Stiff beaten egg whites are Providing the completeness of kitchen conveniences is

whipped vigorously until I the sparkling range hood, high speed exhaust fan,
Too they form soft pointed peaks. ; Dialcet faucet, and built-in cutting board a kit
Naples much beating will cause ; chen
the foam to break down ; paradise.
when mixed with other ingredients .

Too little beatingwill THE BATHS .
result In the mixture !
not holding enough air. Days begin cheerfully In the refreshingly sleek master.

size baths two in each apartment-home, Formica

I I CALL THE NEWS FOR vanities, hand-crafted in Antique White Walnut, pro.
RUBBER STAMPS vide plenty of storage apace below as well as abovein
the cosmetic box. Luxuriously stretching the widthof

ftJt the vanity, the plate glass mirror is accented by a
i. er complete cap of lights for proper illumination. Pre.

s Its selection of water temperature by modern, lucite-

handled Dialcet faucets, recessed heat lamps and ventilation .
IliRll=- w are all an integral part of each bathroom.

Floors of ceramic tile, as well as the recessed tubshow.er .

Hr ivltn onThli area Spacious yet efficient the decorator baths,
reflecting superb planning and engineering, set the

pace for exciting accessories and personal Ingenuity /

I I. of no great moment for strikingly handsome bathrooms.

but boners In the
days of the early Grrrku

had little opportunity to

take a "dire." They fought FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
titling down It sac the
ROYAl. HARK_a pandas tar muD.boat ownm. Romans, In rate )'ou'r.Int.nat.d. CONTACT YOUR PERSONAL REALTOR
!of mibt of protortri bay and.Hurt* she convertedboking '
's J Sage it your own pnv... .""IIon,.
to S atind-up affair or6) -

llere'a late
Evtry apacnut homrait r dinrtly on the aster. fully S ,
an.w.u.d..nd wrvtd 1 .by city' Utl t_ Within th* Nipla. late election note) In the

\ city limit,juM I minulM from e.nt.r-of.low choppinf 1824 election Andrew SKEELE
Jackson polled 60% of the W. R. Realtor
For vry lot purrhavr. Royce Hirtnr., build a popular vote, but John <

\, bndinf dock fit*of chari Or, If you prefer.contribute Quincy Adama ass named
,1 Ih* Mm amount toward the corotruction of( dip Pre ld'nt by the Haunt
m. I \ HomraitM..pnnd from M,400 to 111.900Driv. Defense coats In the iae THIRD TREET, SOUTH / NAPLES. FLORID. 33040

..: J j:=- 1 U.S. averages eut I. SI000 /
out and w Royal Huber loday-uk V.a.l
yearly .6373I
per family He AREA CODE 813 MIDWAY 2 :
and turnesuth.eSudpip.v6trw1. have heard It said that

\ 5 Tfbphon "I""....; CaD Alan FOMTCmtal "Advice la like rain. i.r . . . . ..

Manaavr or Fins Hodtvtt at Mid**? yltcw body cake for It, but n. Gulf Towers of Naples, Inc. 1
or yaw '.von.. Real Eoc.. Broker erybody gets It." ,

Jut aa a candidate can I 1262 Third St., S. I Naples, Florida I
FASHIONABLE be ..I.d.Ith has than

majority) vole you on Please send illustrated brochure and price list to: :

rfl hare excellent real estate
T) tk't 1..t..tIY..lt" mini Name
mum outlay It {II not the 1 : ,
amount of real estate or
even the kind which paya 1 Address 1

dividend but the ap
0 : preciatingvalue.. Let VIV. / 1 City State -1

IAN OGG REALTOR. 82. .rr..r.rr.r.N
Fifth Are. Se.. advise yovo
the right time to buy,

WHERE EVERY BACKYARD IS BAYFRONT I .Call MI. 2-470 for conaltatlon. .

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Our Store is Nice and Cool-But It's Chock Full of Red Hot Specials, Drastically Reduced. Here Are Just a Few of

the Many Items On Sale. They're "HOT," Priced To Sell!

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;, $119.95Kroehler 7O
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\ Italian Provincial rr t ."

!"tj j Kneehole DeskIn S"

; lovely fruitwood .,." "
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: $59.95It's t:

\, 52" long, 19" deepof
II heavy, qualityconstruction
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";1 BEDS ,"






I FOAM $ 95

"HOT" BUY $0fl95 Unerple/e|. wine IwMTKpriiMC ,M.lar.nd Mlohln Box Regular 269.95
Tea g.t true Kprlnc. rianlkj Covrmftlnulboant. and Set of HirdHardIff
I *. MittrFM and Box I.II.rlnp| made by (Ih! makers ol
ContemporaryModern AT ONLY the ramous Spring Air Msltreu.en.Reg Include: Settee, Chair, 2 Step Tables, Cocktail Table
2 dream?
Value Crafted of selected American Elm and hand-rubbed with a rich walnut
finishu: $ finish for beauty and endurance. Reversible foam cushions have zip-off
AMERICAN WALNUT Trofewilonal 81)'lIn. and Quality Construction at an unbetlerand 4 995 covers. Tables are topped with mar-proof plastic melamine handsome.
SEA MIST able low price. Sparkling Hardware and a Lance Herded ly designed.
Mirror erealra' a MW glamor wnuatloa for your bedroom.

40% OFF
X44'95 Just 1,
Reg, $239,95 G. Floor Sample Italian Provincial

7.Piece Italian Buffet DINING ROOM

Dining Room Set % 1 1t including: JUST 1

NOW $59.95Lovely 1 oval! table Reg $94.95
$159.95 1 armchair
off white 2 side chairs
Includes 40" x 72" table ? 1 buffet Kroehler Club Choir
finish, fruitwood
with Formica top, Chairs have fruitwood finish,
Formica top! and if 3 chairs fill needs
and 6 matching s your $49 9S
chairs! Savel r Q f, ;1 dot r this is a terrific bargain at .

In lovely lavender)

149 95

Just 1 1. Reg. $149.95 PLATFORM 1"/
SLEEPER CHAIR $79.95 JUST 1 Reg. $89,95 Floor SamplelJust
I into comfortable bed! 1, Simmons
jrns a Beiae nylon ROCKERS Reg. $129.95
fabric foam cushionsl! SOFA BED
French Provincial In charcoal brown

I_ $95 $5995 ONLY 1
DropleofSERVING Only 1 Reg. $239.95 Better Grab Itl!

I' Just 1, Reg. $174.95 CART DANISH$15995 DUAL SLEEPER Reg. $109.95

SOLID WALNUT Has cane arms, foam cushions, BEIGE
$65In zippered covers in beige fabric
Another HOT bargain!
JUITI. Re.tlJqClub Occasional Chair
I DANISH LOUNGE Antique White and
Chair brushed gold. Just 1 Reg $109.95
I LovelvlSTORE Fruitwood BUFFET $59

; $104.95 $69.95 $59.95
with 3 drawers and some special ruil foam rube.? au.hlons
)ll foam cushions with beautiful and w eomlortab4lr
turquoise "extras" you've got to see
Dark b.'g.l.bric. full roar.Vipiered HOURS: oer f/nmai
I I ) vers It's "HOTl" rubber euth,ont, fowl. to appreciate!
5 8:30 a.m. 6pm.
Open Friday until 9 p.m.

5-Piece Dinette Set MI 23040T MAKE DAD GLAD with a

gift of COMFORT after a
'. 30" x 48" Table with
f .Q a formica fop chain $'49 95 | e Ty w* long hard day at work!
t '' and
with plastic seat
I S back Bronze frame. urnitureo. RECLINING CHAIRSWe've

,I 7Pc. DINETTE SET N r got a terrific assortment of reclining chain in every b
:W I m." riutfai, Top T hle andfhalm. 99 COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERSON price range and styU It's a gift, he'll appreciate every day
\ L1' f rimHfl Vat and $79
: = and relax in
BArk. BrnnM fnm milady can it during the day I II.

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