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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 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Early rising mosquitoes In windy, or there is too much figures on the buy.or.rent quest Mosquitoes breeding there are '
the Naples area will be surprised ground fog, the plane may not tlon. waited across the Bay by east 'ir'
The district had to secure winds, causing discomfort to
make Its run.
and hopefully, killed by the
,
thousands Thursday morning Watson went to Fort Myers Federal Aviation Agency per. residents of the south part of

when a ,two-engined airplane Monday and contracted to have mission for Thursday's foggingrun town.

swoops over mosquito breeding the plan come Thursday. It Watson said. The plane will While the plan Is doing Its
grounds and deposits a rloud of has not been available for rent lay Its fog over the areas where work Thursday, Watson and Lee
believed most of the mos.
it is
deadly malathion. tal to the Naples district before County mosquito district director
and lives.
This aerial fogging run will now, Watson said, because Lee qulto population breeds T. Wayne Miller Jr. plan to be In
breed the Bay'seastern
be the first In the district's County has had Its hands full Mosquitoes shore and on In the low, another plane, observing the fogging ..
history The plane will fog sus. of mosquitoes.Cost operation. Then they will W
southeast of that. .J'j." NIe
pected breeding areas which are of the ll.hour fogging marshy areas lie outside the old descend and hope to travel over. ,, .. re.c1 _1
Inaccessible by fogging trucks, operation will be about 40 centsan These areas Included in the land to areas where the fog has iAL
district but are
Naples mosquito district direr acre, and the size of the drifted
East Naples area.
tor Brandt Watson points out. area to be covered is about newly-annexed

The DC.S plane, part of the 3,600 acres, the director said. DRAMATIC PLANS for development of Marco Island were unfolded

Lee County "mosquito air Using those two flguresthe cost at the Beach Club Monday night by officials of Mackle Brothers and
force will conrentrate Its efforts to the Naples district for Thurs.
In the photois
interests co-developers.
of the Collier ,
representatives
will be
$1,440.
In the area south of list day's operation I
; scale of
Avenue South and east across "' 1 James Vensel, architectural engineer, showing drawing
the Bay to Kelly Road. Watson MAYBE MORE LATER what is in store for charming Marco. (McGrath photo)

Aiopes for favorable weather at Other aerial runs may be con.
dawn Thursday. If it is raining, tracted by the Naples district

; this summer, If the district has
funds available. Marco Development

Besides killing mosquitoes 4S if/
Gulf American aerial run
purpose of Thursday's c *? I
is to find out what can be expec. 3 M
School Board ted when aerial control of mos. J

local quitoes district.Is established That probablywill by the \g11M1 Dream Come; True9A

Agree On SitesGulf come with the 1965 mos.
qulto season. promised several w.ek'lo that time a small community, and other at the speaker's taI .
Aerial control has not been when the Marco Island projectwas of around 250 people The road I I ble including Harold 8, Lynton,
American Land Cor- used here previously because the 'k nut announced, the Mac from Fort Myer*then ran througt I general counsel for the firm;
poration was before the County district, consisting only of Na. kle brother invited over 200 Hol-ln-th-Wall swamp board chairman Barron Collier

School Board again yesterday pies proper, was not big enoughto Southwest Florida business and Collier assured his Ust.n.nthat J.F, Hudson, vice president of
and gained acceptance of warrant It. But taxpayers! Wale le.dV' to dinner Mrm. 'ln sending the Mackl bra, Stone A Webster Corp., who was
the board for'two Schoot/ sties in North and East "Naples votedto day night at the Beach Club there (to Marco Island, w* know credited with initiating the multl.
in Golden Gate City. ''. Join to the district last No. Hotel and showed them plan what kind of men we are send,, million dollar development by
One site to contain about 30 ember< and the district will for the city of several thousand ing. We expect to get a city.' bringing together the Mackle brother
acres was marked as a senior start to receive taxes from the people which the Marco Island Elliott Mackle Introduced with members of the Cob

high school, or a combination new areas this coming Novem. Development Corporation wUl his brothers, Frank and Robert, her family, and Norman Herren,
and ber. build there In the nest'ttiwyears who beads Collier interests
Junior-senior high set-up, 11"ii-
.
1 hr
Funds for aerial control have .
the second was a 15-acre site included in the dillrict ten. Frank Mackl, who ald the new
for an elementary school. been Frank E. Markl Jr., presl.dent City Council
tatlve 1964.65 fiscal year budget. of The DeltoxnaCorporetlonh organization seeks the goodwill
Previously, GALC had offered and of local rsl
A public hearing will beheld July owns 50 per cent of Mar. cooperation
five sites in the area, but 6 at 3 p.m. by the three-man co Island Development Cory.with Agenda CouldBe dents and will make every effort .
the board thought the schools mosquito control board on the the other' BO per cent held by to merit it, disclosed that
.
would be closer together than new budget "' _J members of the Collier fame the Marco Island developmentwill

necessary, and in the light of -_ ily-said work will start 1m. A 'Toughie'Wednesday' be aimed toward the middleto

planned expansion of Golden BUY OR RENT --a mediately on a beachfront mOot.I upper Income market.

Gate City,suggested other sites The board Is undecided at this 'A DREAM COME TRUE' is the way Ban'on Collier, Jr., left, describesthe and administration building, City Council ANSWERSQUE2iT10NS
be located at a later date time whether to buy a fogging of Marco Island. He is shown chatting with yacht club and marina, a shopping ., meeting could be fairly lengthy, During a later question and
development
planned center and service station,, based on the number of Itemson answer period, Elliott Mackl
Presentation of of
drawings rent one when It beginsits Beach
plane or during
Frank E. Mackle, Jr., president of Deltona Corporation, session intention
for the
the and The water and sewer facilities including > the agenda said the firm has no
city lay-out proposed aerial control program. and
school sites were presented to board members and Watson cur. Club reception held Monday night A million-doliar advertising nine miles of water line which will begin at 9 a.m. of incorporating the community.
the board rently are assembling facts and publicity campaign will be launched soon to help promote the venture from the mainland, bulkheadlng: Dot some of the matte have 11* said If those who purchase
Gen. G.E.
by Jung, which is expected to convert Marco Island into one of Florida's of all waterfront lots, and sew 1, been carried over from previous home there decide to Incor.
public relations director, and (McGrath photo) .ral mile of roads. The cost' porat "ther Is nothing we
choicest residential areas. meetings because they
G.E. Toby Carroll, for "
attorney of these protect will exceed can do about It.
deemed of such nature as
the corporation. Jetliner Carrying $4 million dollars. Mackl said were James Vnel, a Deltona of
In addition, GALC set aside sales will not start until they to make a full Council deslri flclal, showed a colored nap at
a 100-acre tract as a school Barry Blows Tires Jealous Suitor have been completed late this i 1 able at the time final actionIs the Marco Island area and pointed

site, In Nonh GoldenGateClty, DALLAS, Tex. (AP) A Jet. Florida Again To Face year. The project will be laun. taken. If a full Council is out the various land ue plan.

fora future educational complex liner carrying U.S. Een. Barry Puts Finish To ched with a $1 million advertla. not present Wednesday, some ned He said a 28-acre public
which could possibly include elementary GoldwaUr, R-Arli., blew out ing campaign of the subjects again may be park on a half-mile stretch of

junior and senior two of Its four tires on landing ProblemTALLAHASSEE Dacron Collier Jr., chair mar i tabled.A Gulf beach already has been do.
high school levels. at Dallas Love Field Monday. Redistricting Love Triangle of the board of Marco Island 10 ajn. public hearingon nated m Collier County and pin.
told the pointed eight site planned for
Injured aboard Development Corp, au. the proposed outlawing of
No was
The School Board has a 10- one WI
Inland In thedo
addition
exercise the the American Airlines 707 Jetliner DELAND (AP) A Jealoul I dlence that development of Marco 1 further construction of lo-call- park* ,
year period rightto which taxied off the run. (AP) The decision, called It "a victory for suitor shot and killed a womar i Island Is "the fulfillment of a. ed "guest houses" promises vdopers plan a yacht club, a
claim this 100-acre tract. way despite the loss of the U.s. Supreme Court has decreed the people." and her mat companion Inc I dream my family has had eve. to attract Interest. The marina and boat ramp, and a
Jung insisted that a reviewof tires. that state legislatures must be Walter P. Fuller of St.Petersburg then himself in an specimen t 40 years." He told of an earl;] pro beach club for residents of the
the school needs should be reapportioned strictly on a pop. Democratic state commit. her last night, Deputy Shertf f trip to Marco Island when his posal was recommended to new community, Five school
made at least every two years. The Incident delayed Goldwa. ulatlon basis. But how and when teeman, said the court had I R. F. Turley reported automobile had two flat tire be,, Council by the Zoning and Plan- sites and several church sites
Carroll placed a value on the ter's arrival at a $1 00.110I plate> the ruling will be carried out In "turned the political applecartof tween the county line and the out. ning Board In a related mat- were pointed out all of which

land at about $2,500 per acre dinner staged in his honor by Florida 1* problematical.The the state upside down, to the The dead were Identified al 1 skirts of Naples, which was at: ter, the City soon maybe readyto will be given without charge by
Texas Republicans. Florida Legislature, says benefit of Plnellas County and Mrs. Rosalie P. Curry, 42;Dolt n st rlctly enforce Its ordinance the developers.
Sen. Ralph J. Blank Jr. of Palm other populous areas." Johnson, 45, both of DeLand, an<.I against rental of existing guest Vensel said :140 acres have

.., Beach County, won't do the Job. "Th power will be taken from John Davis, 46, of st. Augustine LATE FLASH houses." been tagged for apartment build.\

ma1 b'u't j" '; "It is not likely to produce any north Florida pork choppers who The triple killing occurred Ian There are two other public ings, 425 acre for hotels and
'. ji plan acceptable by federal call themselves Democrats, but at thi J TALLAHASSEE AP Gov. motels! 250 acre for offices,
i.; t..' 'w< t upstairs apartment hearings scheduled, onetocon-
t : standards," Blank said. "I think are no more Democrat than home of the Rev, and Mrs. Ernest Farris Bryant says h* has no slder renaming of streets In business establishments and
1w will Barry Goldwater," Fuller said plan to confer with anybody shopping centers. Space Is ear
we see our reapportionment Wood. Mrs. Curry was Mrs. the Droad Avenue North area,
come out of the federal courts. The court said states will not Wood's daughter by a prevlou i concerning the enforcement of marked for ll,000homltand
The court's decision, which be required to readjust their marriage the proposed civil rights bill. and another to hear views on 6 00 acre of one-acre estate lot*.
would mean a massive shift of legislative lineups until after theNovember Commenting on a proposal by the plat and zoning for the new

political power in Florida from general elections, and Turley said Johnson apparently Een II. If. Humphrey, D-Mlnn.,,,, Moorings Unit 6. The first PHONE BUILDINGIt
rural to metropolitan areaswas Gov. Farris Bryant said he shot Davis first, then Mrs 1, for a national conference of goy> atreet-renamhg hearing was was announced that inter
greeted with anger and dismay would hesitate to call a special Curry and then turned the weal* errors to help allay race troubles .. held In April, and Wednesday's County Telephone Co. will start
in some circle session now.Bryant on_ .30-30 caliber rifle-o 1 that might result from the 'scheduled hearing Is a continuation Immediate construction: of a

House Speaker Mallory Home said h* would act, himself. Davis and Mrs. Cure:' legislation, the goverror said: of that one. The building to house a new Marco
of Tallahassee blasted the ruling however, if it develops that the were shot In the heart. Johnsoi' "I have not been asked nor do hearing was set for the June Island exchange.Vessel .
because he said it would lake 1963 Legislature Is illegal under apparently had placed the gu' 1 have any plan to confer with tabled for outlined plan for a
C government control away from the court's ruling. Neither Flor..,, In his mouth and pulled the trig' anybody concerning enforce 3 meeting, but was four-lane road that will rur
lack of a full Council.
the rural counties and five the Ida house I* based on population r. ment of a proposed civil rights through the business area and
metropolitan areas "absolute Attorney General James Ky. Turley said Mrs. Curry, a d!I bill. continue along the beach to the
domination." ns said the ruling probabl r vorce of nine years, reported!) "I would assume that since:, LAND SWAP end of the development Abridgewill
But Mayor Robert King High would control a pending Florida had dated Johnson off and o r this Is federal legislation that it Acquisition of property north shorten the distance from
of Miami, Florida's biggest city case, because it is "closely re. and recently had begun keeptn f would be a federal respond* of Lake Park school an Item Naples to about nine miles.Other
and the one most affected by the latd" to that at Alabama. company with Davis. blUt)'." (Continued on page 2) roads will be constructed to pro.
vide Ingress to the various areas
set aside for homes and recrea.
tlon. The minimum lot to be

When You Give Blood You 'Insure' Your Whole Family led offered The will estate be 80 area feet will by offer 110

lots 100 ft. by 110 n.
\: :
mechanism within have this service performedfree eat fruit boiled potatoes Sis guests were offered "In.
With the bloodmobile slated a service offered by th* CollierCounty by the body a can may Jam,
for the Naples Woman's Club Blood Bank a Xmonth.< few w".ks, of charge. rice, grits, gelatin or sugar. stant immortality" when their
... tomorrow and Thursday, the Colo old nun.protllorganizatlonwhichhat ( NOTHING TO IT Certain dieting la Important Eat all you wish of these name were drawn from a box
Her County Blood Bank I I. aCe provided Collier Countlansto The usual donation is one pint before donating blood. Watch foods, but no milk, creambutter by Barron CoWer The Mackl**
date of diet for four hours before fatty food of kind. You said street in the new develop.
T tenting Its them, "free with over 830 pints and the drawing require from 4 your or any
blood. donating, doctor advise but drink fruit Juices, tea I ment will be named for them.
'I insurance" to enroll a host of to 10 minutes, with the service may oq
"
r. '1 blood donors. "Nature and modern techniques performed by a medical techno don't donate when hungry You black coffee.The They are J.J. Oormlcan, Carl
: new
't> f' Under local family hue made It easy and legist. bloodmobile will be at the!; Holbrook Daphne Travis, Cla.
this plan, a Crew
painless to blood Blood Woman' Club from noon to S:30p.m i rice W.D. Reynolds and
of free give Most
benefit healthy Neapolitans be.
for the John Elliott can have the Brothers
MAKING FINAL FLANS Oppl other Mr'eetawill
blood should the need arise, Bank official pount out. An tween the aces of 21 and 60 Wednesday: and.alnThurs.dar
Bloodmobil- which will be in Naples tomorrowand RENEW YOUR 8 lOtOO a.m. The be named for pioneer Collier
simply by having one member average person haswas :an give blood, and local doc. : from to
and in Immokalee Thurs 12 to It his unit will then mOto 1m Countlans whose names will be
Thursday morning of the immediate family: donate pints of blood in lora will be on hand to insure DMtm LICENSE Zw R provided by County Clerk
day afternoon, are Norman Herren, left, president one pint of blood. This unique system and does not mils the that a donor can participate: WHINS HUH mokalee Thursday afternoon gang Scott and the Collier: County Mar.
of the Collier County Blood Bank, and Mrs. Helen Insurance policy would be in amount given, they: reminded. Person wishing to donate who miH MONTH ', where It will receive donation Historical Society.PKY -"
Ycager, secretary. (NEWS; photo) force for a period of one year, Th donated blood 1* restored haven't bad their blood daiaia** from 110 S:30atthFlrStatlon.


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i Grand Jury May Ease Race : t Behind Bill ScrantonWASHINGTON



Tension In St. Augustine _
lAP) Ciov.W1l11am not legally bound to vote to:'

W Scranton moved Mi him.Some
ET AUGUSTINE (APThis which followed. He rushed backto campaign for the Republican 273 delegates fall in tat!
ancient city under tightenedstate New York In view of Nelson presidential nomination onto category according to an Asso.

law enforcement, looked to Rockefeller's move to back GOT firmer ground today with the dated Press survey. MSI?r
a grand Jury today for a possible William Scranton of Pennsylvania full support of New York Gov. blocs in this group Include ecl.

easing of racial tension. for the GOP; nomination. Nelson A. Rockefeller.But orado 14, Florida 19, Illinois si,
The St.Johns County Grand Jury The stronger authority which the Pennsylvania govern Kentucky 16, Missouri 21, New

which reconvened last week for Gov Farris Bryant Invested In nor carrying the flag of Re. Mexico 14, North Carolina i\\
the purpose of Investigating racIal MaJ. John W, Jourdan of the publican, moderates plainly had Ohio 15, Tennessee 12, Vlrcl. :

troubles, was scheduled fora Florida Highway Patrol was ob. a lot of running to do to catch 13 and Washington 22.
new session and possibly recommendations vlous In the tenor of the march Goldwater
with Sen. Barry
to take the battle by 300 civil rights demonstrators. o'n of up ArUona.

off the streets. t of 56
The expected addition
Negro demonstrators' spirits The noise of walking feet was Texas delegate votes today
were buoyed Monday night by a all that broke the stillness dur. would give Goldwater 674 publicly Barry Out

visit from Jackie Robinson, Ing most of the march downtownand committed on the first bal.
member of baseball's hall of a 25! minute meeting In the 655 need
dr lot 19 more than the
fame who broke the color line old slave market. ,
He ex.
ed for the nomination.
in the major leagues 17 years One burst of high pitched pects to get 14 more from Mon. To RopeIn
laughter broke the stillness as ;
ago.And tana this week.Scranton's .
the chief spokesman for the line filed two abreast down task Is to whittle
southern IntegratJonlsts: Dr. King Street. It was hushed im. to
enough of this support
Martin Luther King of Atlanta mediately. away TexasDALLAS
j first
choice on the
Is expected to return tonight to Only about SO hostile whites '? prevent any
countdown at the mtd-July con.
lead more demonstrations.. were on the streets. Two of them ventlon In San Francisco. He Tex. (AP>-Arizona
Robinson urged an overflow began to shout something whena L accomplish this only i If Sen. Barry Goldwater declared
crowd of more than 500 In St. state patrolman ordered"shut favorite can son delegations come today he intends to lead the Re.
Paul AME: Church to continue up!" publican ticket-from top to bot.
over to him or stand pat.
their efforts toward Integration. City Manager Charles Barrier Rockefeller' announcement in tom-to victory at the polls new
He also advised them to vote said those on the streets were DISTINGUISHED GUESTS at the Twelfth Ju- he had November,

Democratic if Sen. Barry Gold. told to keep quiet when the Net 'Council. dicial Circuit Bar Association meeting held last Scranton decided New York the Monday best that to continuehis Goldwater said he can do Ue

water of Arizona la the Republi.can gross marched weekend are shown here with Attorney James R. "for the way basic prlncl.pies Job no matter what "the doom\

nominee for president, al. Gov. Bryant announced that (Continued from page 1)) Adams president of the association at left, shaking fight of progress and modera shouters" say. ,

though Robinson has been deputy all state officers assigned to St. scheduled for discussion. hands with Justice Campbell Thornal of the tion" In the party was to give "I intend to lead a united
director of the Rockefeller. Augustine. 88 state troopers plus, Julius Ftelschmann, owner of party on a platform of prlncl.
Florida Supreme Court who was the principal Hunts VotesIn his full support to Scranton, puta .
for.Presldent program and says 43 conservation agents and a few the vacant two-block area, has needed foundation under the pie-the same platform and the
R. E.
Others left Judge
speaker to right are
he wants to be a Republican. others from the beverage de. proposed that the City swap Pennsylvania governor's cru same principle in every part of
Robinson did not Join a march partment, governor's and attor. its one block east of Water Willis of Riadenton, Judge Lynn Silvertooth of ..ade.In this, nation," the front.running

---- ney general's offices-were dl. Plant Mrt 9 for Fleischmarn's: Sarasota, Senator Elmer O. Friday of Fort My. KansasTOPEKA the view of some seasoned Republican presidential contend

rectly under Jourdan field dep. two blocks; :which would; be the ers, and Judge John D. Justice of Sarasota. politicians It would act psycho. er said In an address preparedfor

uty Sheriff Inspector L. O.from Davis Tallahassee.conferred site of a public park. The (McGrath photo) Kan. (AP>-Penn. logically to stem any stampedeto venti the on. Texas Republican Con.
sylvania Gov. William W. Scran. Goldwater by Injecting an element
obtained
City has appraisalsof
with j.he governor In Tallahassee stay in session late Into the ton contended today "conserva. of doubt that he had the Pennsylvania Gov. William

before the announcement He its and Fleischmann's pro- New night In an effort to dispose ol tlsm is a living, vital, dynamic nomination In the bag.It W. Scranton, who plunged into
told newsmen his power and perty. Delay them. was not Immediately clear the race for the GOP; nomination .
political concept" as he stalked
that of police chief Virgil Stuart Purchase of the "Pines Friday, argues a Cold w
125 votes a.
@ He and other leaders were Kansas delegate votes in his bid how many of the
not contradicted by the Block between the old Naples ter ticket would
were : driving for Senate passage oi for the Republican presidential credited to Rockefeller In an spell defeat for
governor's action. Hotel, recently torn down, ConfrontsRightists the bill before the end at the nomination. Associated Press survey could Republicans seeking congres.
"I was assured by the gover. and the fishing pier Is an Item week, hopefully by Thursday at Scranton declared in remarks be added to the 125 listed for slonal seats, state and local of.
nor that the move in no way de. flees.
carried from a the latest. whether this couldbe
over previous prepared for delivery to a Republican Scranton nor
traded from his confidence in meeting, at which no action was Word from House Democratic luncheon that Demo. done on the first ballot. Out to round up Texas dole.gates' .
men" Davis said.
BARBERSHOPS
our taken because a full Council leaders was that they were con. crass can build a case againstthe Scranton voiced the belief In votes at the Republican
BEAUTY SHOPS Other evidence of Intensified: was not present. fldent of sending the bill to GOP this fall "If we Repub- a speech to Iowa delegates in National Convention Goldwater
law enforcement was a thorough and President Johnson's desk before licans let them" Des Moines Monday night that declared: "Whatever the dope.
OFFICESSave of auto traffic. Fifty law The Zoning PlanningBoard's
SMALL check adjourning on July 2 for the "U we allow the conservative "it Is clear by now that this Is sters and pollsters say what.
violations were ticketed and recommendation that WASHINGTON AP) -SOuth. hear from the doom
( ever we
Republican convention If the to be con.
Money By point of view to become tarnished going an open
*
about 50 weapons confiscated in no home-occupation licensesbe ern senators dashed the hopes Senate completed action this and ventlon." shouters in both parties I In.
low Cost shopworn he said
leasing Air the past two days a high police renewed after next January of Senate leaders to complete week then Democrats could, logically, "We have already caused the tend to lead all candid.es

Gas Conditioning official said.Lunar 1 will come before Council action today on amendments to '1 wouldn't predict we'd finish attack the GOP; coronation to be called off," he to victory, North and South,
If yv ewe .r .,....* imallhinln.ti Wednesday. Reports of the the civil rights bill. the bill this week," said Rus. "The opposition party can't said in reference to the prospectthat East and West, in November\ ."

liwmtifQtt Lieu Plus Mil new f.r Samples Parks Doard and the off-street After a caucus of the Dixie sell, leader of the Southern sell its glmcracks on the open Goldwater would go to the "The Republican party cln

TIOriCAS nmiMrclol sir t...01111..1.. ... parking committee are scheduled forces, Sen. Richard B. Rus. bloc, however he did not rule American market unless we Republicans convention with an unchallengedlead. win the South In 1964," Goldw.
Reveal How sell, D-Ga., told newsmen that ter said. "The Republican
'acto" Inelelld end. fully May ,as Is proposed settlementof this out completely. can fairly be accused party
l.rvlc.4 ,.., run4 by. TAOPI water extension such talk was "fantastic." In of not offering a sane and reasonable Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, R- can win the nation In 19G4.
OAS ".w con 'sl|1'y Hit ..- Earth Was Made between the and agreements- his opinion, he said, it would Space Trainee alternative," he added. N.Y., a candidate for reelectionwho "From the courthouse to the
hat .nt H.ubl. frt. c.nv. .5.bnc HOUSTON Tex. (AP) The Clty developers. not be possible. Scranton sought support of has viewed the Goldwaterrush Congress, we are going to con.
i.rlust| "..111 a m.nlti.. of Prior to the meeting of the cede nothing."
mystery how the earth and Unhurt In Jump the Kansas delegation to the toward the nomination with
Call TIOPIOM ndey.TROPIGAS. Southern foes of the bill, Sen. Goldwater aides said the sen.
formed could
moon were be space agency scientists explain San Francisco Republican con. something akin to dismay, said
cleared up with samples from the limitations and restrictions\ Hubert H. Humphrey, D.Mlnn., From Crippled Jet ventlon after a foray Monday In a statement that Rocke. ator's congressional supporters,

the lunar surface. on the potential experiments.An had said he saw a very good EDWARDS AIR FORCE into Iowa that Included an enthusiastic feller's announcement "boosts more than 60 strong, will de.
How to select these samplesand chance that voting on amend Governor Scranton's chances dare at a news conferencein
engineer In a suit BASE reception for him In
space Calif. (AP) A
space
ments would be ,
bring them back to earth showed how an astronaut's completed by pilot trainee escaped without a Des Moines. from the barely possible to the Washington Wednesday or
i ia for study were discussed, tonight. hopeful." Thursday that a ticket toppedby
being movements would be restrictedin scratch after parachuting from Kansas generally is viewed as very
today by 110 scientists in a a fully inflated suit and Humphrey, floor manager of a state favoring the presiden.tlal Sen. Hugh Scott, R-Pa., anoth. the Arizona conservative can
movies -
the ,bill ,said, that the ,,,his crjppleij' I let ght t'5, near
fi Smth. best help them win reflection
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manned lunar'exploration symposium were shown ,of the dUficul. this desert Aest center.Navy" aspirations..of ,Sen. Barry / r.candidate for re-election who .-
-,.. rIaN Ip. at, the Manned Space ty an astronaut would have in erners nsirted op brjnjljig ,upa U. Patrick }{en'ry'Jr.' Goldwater, the front runner for 'had 'a great deal to do with .thtl year.
large number of additional Goldwater Is assuredof
craft Center. the slxth delegate at San Fran. pushing Scranton Into the race, virtually
support
one- gravity on the
amendments 28, of Triangle, Va., is one of
the Senate would
from 56.vote Tex.
The group on Monday heard moon. cisco.Scranton's. said Rockefeller's decision wasa support the
11 scheduled to graduate from
----- address appearedto sign that Scranton was awak. as delegation to the national
the Air Force Pilot
Space
soft-pedal of his differences enlng "technical, financial and convention. That would push his
some
: 1 School here next month.
\ :JV J///// with the senator over for. emotional support across the delegate count to 674, -well

\ eign affairs civil rights country." above the 655! votes he needs to

Sen. Norris Cotton, who man.: capture the nomination.
HahnA aged Goldwater's unsuccessful Goldwater, in Dallas for a
Iowa AP)
DES -
MOINES (
pair of speeches had little to
in
campaign the March New ,
William
1RSALE Pennsylvania Gov. W.
funeral mass was said at Hampshire primary concededIn '''say about Scranton.
; Scranton carried his uphill fight
t 9 o'clock this morning in St''for the Republican presidential a separate Interview that
.1' Ann's Catholic Church with Fa. Rockefeller's action Indicates
:!nomination Into Kansas today,
ther Bernard Hickey officiating Iowa welcome there will be a "real contest"at EVERYBODY MISSED
cheered by an
for Leonard B. Hahn 54, who I 1 the July convention. HEALTH MONTH
he described as "the best in my
t 4th5 died Saturday in Naples life." Scott, a former Republican SALEM, Kan. (AP) Attendance .

7m .. Community Hospital. A rosary It remained to be seen, national chairman, said he be. was the lowest in the
service was held last night in the' though, how fruitful was his lleves a significant reassess. months when the Salem 4-H Club

r chapel of the Richard A. Plttman I' quest for votes among Iowa's I ment of positions is under way celebrated "Health Month" at

Funeral Home. Interment was in 124 GOP national convention del. ,among convention delegateswho its May meeting.
a l Naples Memorial Gardens. have been listed as publicly The and
egates. Scranton Is out to wrest reason: Mostly mumps
Hahn lived at 2195 Holiday Lane I ravorlng Goldwater but who are measles members
the nomination from Sen. Barry among
and was associated with the We..,

2O'z' 2O'%' tern native Besides Auto of Cincinnati Store his here.widow, Ohio.He, was Mrs.a, Goldwater gates Scranton for nearly of met Arizona.with an hour Iowa behind dele"

'
: closed doors Monday night He Bertolami Named Secretary
Mildred F. Hahn of Naples, he told reporters afterward, "I
is survived by two daughters, think we made substantial
Mrs. Barbara of Cincinnati

II TRADE-IN SPECIAL and Miss Linda Young Hahn of Naples progress.Delegates" said the governor Of SF Hospital Council

FF OFF ; a son, Kenneth L. Hahn of spoke and answered questions.
..7; 113 Sins Fort Jackson, S.C., a brother

J-T Nylon Jerome, of Cincinnati; three sisters They termed It "a "very 1m.. ,"" .t< .... -

No Trade-In Price All-Weether142'tube.type No Trade-In Price Mrs. William A. Koegel of presslve appearance. Howev.er
Naples, Mrs. Frank Penderghast, no delegate beyond the five I i
and Mrs. Adelaide Griffith both already committed to him came
? ,
Safety Weather $8 Nylon AllWeatherWHITEWALLS of Cincinnati and grandchild.. out publicly In support of Scran. r _
_
plus tax R Pallbearers for the funeral ton.An ,
Associated Press surveyof
old tilt
were Paul Davis Tom Miller aw + '
Iowa's delegates shows nine ?
: WZ John Bass, Tom Saracen and committed to Goldwater, five
I: Charles Vodoplch. committed to Scranton and ten y w 1R 3art

$ uncommitted. ve ( ,
2 22plus
for Scranton's barkers said they

til and 2 old tint Frye were encouraged byt

SAFETY ALL-WEATHER NYLON ALL-WEATHER B.-!. Frye, 51, who residedat by-the a cheering governor's crowd greeting of 3,700 here;

1138 22nd Ave N., was pro- -the news that New York
COMPACT-CAR BUYI BIG CAR BUY nounced dead on arrival at Naples Gov Nelson A. Rockefeller had

6,00 x 13 Size 8.00 x 14 Size morning.Community Hospital this withdrawn and called from the on nominationrace moderates

Blackwall Tubeless Blackwall Tubeless Among survivors are his widow to back Scranton;
-& public endorsement of the
NATION-WIDE Mrs.Alma Frye of Naples. y
PennsylvanIan by Gov, John
$ 60 00 Funeral arrangements are Anderson of Kansas

4 6O liMO LIMIT" 471WhIUwalls being made at the Earl G. Scranton was almost mobbedas

for lax f GUARANTEE f Slut l Hodges Funeral Chapel.Mcintosh. Chants he alighted of 'Ve from want the Bill plane., we

We / 11.5 .e .11.d I want Bill" answered the "We
Whitewalls |lust '3 more each / ::It".I'I rWS/ae 11.5 N e Just t.50 more each want Barry we want Barry"
spud/IN tit, .u" 1118 N see IroN cries of a
ALL SIZES NOW AT GUAAANwttp: N//Ct/IAslsea: : ALL SIZES NOW AT noisy though com.
,|tntu'lt 1 Fabian C. McIntosh 73, died paratlvely small, group of Gold.
A'eat m,1lrlea' id ;. 1..
water
SPECIAL PRICES mad .MtMdl.: Iliylpr11 It"pYnp SPECIAL PRICES this morning In Naples Com- backers.

'.50. 11 2 fer UJO 4 fer 1410 ir A COODy tAR 'IRE FAilS UNOtHr 100.11 2 far $ilio 4 fir $4140J,50.14 munity Hospital He was a native

2 ler IDO 41N !BO Mil' CUHiNIII ol > 150.11 2 fer UUO 4 fir of New York
SO don Coodrtii I3IIIII in m T'U.I: ,= S5!00 Is survived Bryan Found
1.00.14 2 fir 41.0 4 fir IUIt sad Cwidloil e.u mint iilooinc HOIt4 2 fir $31.40 4 fer 11110 He by his widow
I mm I it kill HI *r I,Ml load Martha Kerr McIntosh of
1.50.14 2 fir 4UO 4 fer IJJO dipIR, timtnni sod urrml 'Good- 100 t 4 fn $3550 4 fir $11.00
1.10115 2 fir 3150 4 fer 13 00 r"r 'rou" 1 S01 J'L ii r 3100 41N 1t 00 Naples a daughte Mrs.Tobe n Not Insane; 1.

J.I'.15 2 fir Iio 4 fer !TIo INSTANT CREDIT 110117 2 fer J3t.40 4 fir $12 t0 McKnlght of West Hartford,

UOI15 2 _fir $4510 4 fir $.1.10 for holden of charge plates 120.15 21N $4430 4 ler $lnooc. Conn.j two grandchildren, Scott To Be Tried ........-
and Kathleen I two sisters MissA. JOSEPH G. BERTOLAMI I
el or Ie Y .n ,.I II & national credit cards. All ICII for .1"/ IYIIIIIYI' IIIWI
Berdena Mcintosh of Naples CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) _

and Mrs. Miles Harris of Ben- Joseph Francis Bryan Jr., 28, Joseph G. Bertolami,admtn- the Miami Heart
institute MIami -
'dl ['Jlunn.6g:: :: r. nlng, Calif. day remained, awaiting under trial heavy on a guard chargehe to. istrator of the Naples Community Beach, and with Ernest
Private funeral services will Hospital has teen elected C. Noct
kidnaped a 10.yiar.old boy }r* P Welect.,
be held In the family home at Bryan, who has been question.ed secretary-treasurer of the who Is administrator; of the Baptist

\ HUTCHISON TIRE & BATTERY 12 First Street.North. Crema- In the laying of three boys, South Florida Hospital Council. Hospital South Miami.

tion will follow Funeral arran- was found "not Insan" Monday Inc. He will be Installedin The COUncu's membership

gements are being made by the I by the State Mental Hospital at the office on Thursday even- comprises hospltlls In Dade,

Earl G.Hodges Funeral Chapel. Columbia. ing June 18)) at a dinner at Broward Mairoe Palm Beach
I The family has specifically Bryan is charged with kidnap. the MlamlShoresCoumryClub.Benolaml ndColiiercoumles.BenoUml

1053 5th Avenue. So. MI 2-5626 requested that friends make tog Johnny RobIson of Mount will serve with has been serving the
I Pleasant, Feb. 27. The Child's en execu-
contributions to the Friends of Robert S. Summers presidentof ttocomrntneeuCollierCoun-

a .ffff4:' #. :;;;7N=j ..Hz"m11: : ; the Library in his memory in body grave was near found Hallandale In a a shallow month the South Florida Hospital W* representative and will

At lieu of sending flowers. later. Ceuneil--administrator -of wnnue In that office.

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Woman's Club
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... ,,, erw Ag.1rA/Letal.teMletleer"M"9ra a
mmokalee NewsBY At EvergladesHolds

Yvcws
MRS W. M. GARRETT Bonita I

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? ffOWl By RAE WEAR
june banquet of the Everglades e1 .
.11 ia itit .la laMi l..iiM laOTiar'T*"<'f" '*'"' 3
Woman's Club was -- ----

held at the Rod and Gun Club ord has been received of final plans made with the following -

7 with President Rachel Wilson iQnL: the death Saturday, June 6th, committee appointed to
acting as toastmaster of John Jackson Mitchell of decorate the Legion Hornet

The tables were decorated Kalamazoo, Mich at the age of Mesdames Connie Evans Jo

with fern and native orchids. 12. Ann VounfbtOOd.Mary Williams

Interspersed with yellow can- lie along with hU wife, and Those attending

dles and dainty place cards. Freda have been seasonal are urged to bring a

( The committee In charge of guests at the Imperial River covered dish and table servicefor

hospitality was comprised of Court for many years and made the dinner at 6:30 pjn.

Helen AtKlns, Mamie Ozmer many friends while here. He which precedes the Installation -

and Helen Langford. i 14 Is survived by his wife, one at eight.

As the group gathered In son,John William Mitchell,and Visitors welcomed were

the card room, group singingwas e t 1 one daughter Mrs. Mollie Y. Mesdames Ann Blolchlnl from
,
a pan of the entertain ? aye Reynard, both of Kalamazoo I Bonita. and from Naples Mesdames -

ment. Promptly at 7 p.m. 14 ve two brothers James M. Mit Helen Wallln.SherlWal-
the guests entered the dining chell. Quartzite Ariz.,and Arthur lln and Louise Patton Member -

room to find places at the ban- 1j 1/ w F. Mitchell Lake Arrowhead Mrs. Ganha Fuller

quet table. The Invocation was : 1. Calif. two sisters, Mrs. was welcomed back from a

pronounced by the Rev. Homer Lua Plymale. Kenova W. Va. trip to Ecuador.
Vvelsbecker minister of the and Mrs. Cleo Vennerl Sandy A letter thanks was read

e Everglades CommunityChurch. Utah, and five grandchildren. from Mrs AJ. Johnson of the

Thirty-five guests were ask- Members of the American Riverside School In Fort My-

',' ed to "quiz" the person on Legion John Murphy Post #303 ers for the group's recent do-
their right attempting to dis- Auxiliary voted to add to the nation.

cover a humorous hobby or flag fund sufficient money to A graduation gift was also

character trait. At a given purchase the "Colors" at this given to last year's Girl-Stater

signal each: person Introducedhis time since this has been Pre- Leslie Morgan by Chairman

neighbor and many humorous sident Gulder's project for her Mrs Jean Hogue. This year's

facts were reported. I two-year term of office. Girl-Stater Ellen Hertzog, left
Out-of-town guests were The joint Installation of Post on Friday for Tallahassee and

Dorothy Perkins and Andrea : and Auxiliary on Wednesday was given spending money.
Larson, business partner who BOOKS ARE THE TOPIC of conversation when these two Ret together June 17, was discussed and The Fourth of July float

operate "The Gift and Yam Mrs Phyllis Luxcm, unlit, leader of the Naples Wnteis' Forum, chairman Mrs. Connie Evans
___ 'V Shop" In Naples; Mrs. J.G. was honored Sunday afternoon by members of the Croup at the home announced a truck has been se-

THE ENGAGEMENT of Miss Sheryl Dene Hodgesto Seaberg president of the Naples of Mr. mid Mis. led Health, 2300 Cia>.tou Komi, on the occasion of Mrs Jones NamedTo cured and she asked for decorating

James Franklin Poole was announced recentlyby Woman's Club Janle Parks Mrs. Luxcm's birthday She is shown here talking with Mis. Marge Edison BoardA suggestions

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hodges of representative of the Junior ChickeiiiiR, Naples, author of "Hayseed Summer." (NEWS: photo)
Immokalee. Formerly of Fort Myers, Mr. Pooleis Women's Clubs of Floridaand letter from the State Board

a son of Mr. and Mrs B. F. Poole. A graduateof her husband Ben Parks After the dance the Shufflers of Education read at yesterda1 Gas InstituteTo
Dancers
Fort Myeis Hitch School. Miss Hodges attended who was the speaker of the Senate Probes Square meeting of the County
and their guests went to the School confirmed the Give PrizesAt
Bard
Everett in Danville Va. Mr. Poole attended evening. Attend appointment
College Plan To Simmers' Hall where a buffet
of Sara Jonesto
Immokalee High School and presently is During the changing of courses Black MarketIn ConventionNext supper was served by tea Kill the advisory Mrs.board of Edison Cooking ShowThe
State
of the -
in Immokalee. dinner group singing
employed by Shopworth and Florence Coe. The party
again became a part of the Saturday June 20, most Junior College her termto Gas Institute of South-
The girls of Mrs. Sid Brown's church school was held at the Adoptions broke up about midnight when expire In May 1967.
entertainment.The of the square dancers In Naples west Florida has announced a
church school lass and the boys First Methodist Church Sundayat the Miami group had to get Later In the meeting Mrs.
theme for the door be
evening will be In Miami Beach attend- number of prizes to
of lass at the started home.
Mr. Sid Brown's 9:45. Their theme was "Je. revealed Information that
First Methodist church held a .us." The hlldren marched: Into was "Travel Is Fun." The WASHINGTON (AP-A Sen. Ing the annual Florida Square Guests Included George and Jones awarded at the Gastronomical
contest to raise hair money for the\ church while Mrs. J.K.Black program booklets and table decorations ate subcommittee opened hear. Dance Convention. So there Harriet Drophy Mr. and Mrs. EJC found bids for proposed Gas.-Rama cooking>> demon-
the new church: school rooms to played "Onward Christian Sol emphasized the theme Ings today on the sale of In. will be no dance In Naples that W.G. Andrews Louis Guerra building had exceeded funds ration to be held Thursday

be built soon. The girls and diers." Everyone saluted the with pictures and toys of cars, testimony fants for that adoption children and are heard sold night. Neither will there be and Adeline Favale from Miami available by tome 200000. She June 18, In the Fort Myers
boys worked for the money that Christian and U.S. flags boats, and planes. Mr. Parks one Thursday evening at the suggested that Collier County Exhibition Hall.
for as high as $7,500 on the as well as Carol Green,
wnt Into this fund and the one The Bible reading was taken gave a travel lecture and show- baby black market. Krlss Kross club In Fort My- the caller's wife. From Fort School Board contribute $10 Among the prizes are a gas
with the most money was to be from Mark; ed colored slides of the World's 000 to help get buildings need-
char-broiler
by light com-
Randy Moss, Sen. Thomas J. Dodd, J). ers Myers were George Mob ley, camp
'given a party by the other side followed\ by the Lord's Prayer. Fair and other places In the Conn., chairman of the subcom. However Ray Castle will call president of the Krlss Kross ed.She plete with gas cylinder space
wrth the least money. The girls The song service wasledby Mrs. United States and Europe. was supported by board rosin for baking -
mlttee to Investigate juvenile In Naples Tuesday evening at heater pot potatoes
club and his wife Also
raised $24.49 and the boys raised Glnny.
Sam Heath, with Mrs. J.H.Black The club presented Mr, and delinquency, began the hear. the Shufflers' Hall 950 Central member E. George Rogers but two-Dumergas hotplate
Don and Doris Anderson Bill
$26.00 so the girls gave the boysa at the ,
and piano. Thepre-schoolpro. Mrs. Parks with a set of tum- Ings with a statement that clan. Avenue and all square dancersin Superintendent W.D. Reynolds and numerous gift certificatesfrom
at the home of Mr. and
party Deason.
gram was a song, "In a blers for serving both cold destine trade In babies, both in. the are Invited Marge questioned the action. No final participants. Prizes will
Mrs. Warner Moss and Mr. and neighborhood Sam and
From
Friendly Way Naples were
,
Mrs. Don M'Henry. Those at. "Love One Another memory;" Be Kind verse To, and hot drinks. Miss Wilson terstate tries and from foreign coun. to attend. As usual this will Frances Mason and Oscar and action was taken. be awarded at the close of both
existed.
tending were Karen Skinner, One Another." Then they showed the re-elected president was Under, study Is legislation that be a combination workshop and Dolores Stone. The Stones DRAMA CENTER afternoon and evening demonstrations -

Susan Hart, Sue Adams, Sue their hand craft, followed\ by a presented with a plastic sum- would orovlde imprisonment of dance. Edith Castle plans on have recently moved to Naples AT SYRACUSESYRACUSE .
Crews, Dennis Howe, Debbie "Zaccus." mer bag refreshments and It was also announced that
song Mrs. Don Mc. up to five years or a $10,000fine serving Ray from Indiana and expect to be
Queen Terry McHenry, J. Henry, Mrs. J.B. Adams, and The Woman's Club will not or both "for anyone who will review tome of the figures active In In N.Y. CAP) arrangements have been made
square dancing Development of drama
Mr Henry, Danny Moss, Walter Mrs. Jimmy Spires were teach. meet In July but a membership profited from the placement of expected to be called at the con' a center for local chefs to prepare their
Florida it a con of It million i i.
Sholts, James Oquin, Jan Prlre, ers for this group. will be held the last week being
tea a child for adoption If the child ventlon. specialties for sampling by visitors -
Steve Prlte Teresa Gild. It was announced Saturday planned at Syracuse IMIveraity,
,
The primary children sang, In August It was announced. were transported In Interstateor Last Saturday Lew Green of The during the affair.
den, Randy Jones, Kenny House, "Jesus the Teacher and "Be. evening that Marge Shafer the project center on the
"
and Rusty Smith. hold." They also showed their foreign commerce. The Miami called\ 'for; an outdoor club's secretary. Is In the Naples college- wned Resent Theater, Owners of the three oldest:
sanction would not apply to dance raber't Service Center where stoves entered In the let
Sunday was Student Day at the handr raft. Teachers for this agencies. at Community Hospital undergoing plays produced by school gas
First Methodist legitimate welfare at the four comers. AJ civic and touring are stltute's old stove contest will
Church Call to group were Mrs. James Glldden\ Great Dane Club treatment. The Shufflers groups pre
Witnesses two
for the first of
Worship was by Boyd Hodges; Mrs. Doris Townsend and usual when the Shufflers havean all well rented Added to it would be a receive a new deluxe Caloric
Mrs. signed a
of Included Kath. get
days hearing
rail to praise and confession was Walter Garrett. !Meets June 23 erlne B. Oettinger, chief of theChildren' outdoor dance, a number of card and gave It to Den Shaferto mill experimental theater, plus range a gas clothes dryer anda
given by Donnie Ashley. A The theme song for the Ju. Bureau of the De. tourists passing through on U.s. deliver to her. facultyatudy and work facilitiesfor gas oven with cook top unit,
The Great Dane Club of South the
drama
prayer and the rlpture lesson nlor class was "Jesus Loves 41 stopped for a while and unlvertlly'a according to the Institute.
partment of Welfare, and On June 27 Castle will
Florida will hold Its monthly Ray department.
was given by Mary Miller and "
Even Me. They also sang"Forthe meeting Tuesday night, 8 p.m. Theresa 1.. Heath of the New watched as well as some 60 call for the Shufflers
the call to Thanksgiving and the "
of the Earth
Beauty
Jimmy
June 23, 1964at Chase Federal York City Police Department, local spectators.Green awarded -
by Prayer Joyce of Clldden.Thanksgiving The was sermon given Wilkerson" Charles told of "Jesus' Jour. Eav.and Loan soc.,7000N.Ken. assigned to the district at. more of his plastic beer You won't, hive to bothergleaning PIANO INSTRUCTIONCertified
ney Heath told about
was by Lay Leader ; dall Drive, Miami, In the public torney'a office tquad. mugs to the men who negotiated those cookie sheets.. If
Henry Grant, the cross; Mark Ashley showed Member MTNA A DMTNA
the call to prayer and the prayer hand craft pictures Randy Moss meeting room. the "beer mug chain", and you line them with foil_ Ind. Beginners to College Preparatory I
'Cf) dedication was given by Ver. and Johnny Anderson told about There will be an open dicei Use a kitchen seniors to gave out toy teacup charms to and weight will bt fine. But for Downtown Studio
non Vandiver, and the benedil'tlon molds; and Robert Massy showed cusslon at this meeting dealing remove the fins and till of that the women who could do the lining a broiling or routing pun, Ann Wilma Phone MI 2-3197
was by Boyd Hodges. chalk pictures The class re. with all types of puppy raising, fish i when you bring it home after "teacup chain." better use heavy-duty foil I
lulling it. With a small sharp '
DUPREE PADGETT peated the scripture verse John breeding, obedience, groomingand
2031. Teachers for this knife and I backward movementyou
Miss Martha Dupree becamethe ; group showing problems. '
bride of William Boyd Pad. were Mrs. Warner Moss, Mrs. can do the Dealing next'!
gett at 8 p.m. Friday at the home Sidney Brown, Mrs. Terry Talu. Members and all Great Dane The scissors will help you (lit e
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ba, Mrs. Johnney Howell, and owners are Invited. ho fish! before ilejning it. 61

Gee Dupree on Second Avenue. Mrs. Charles Anderson.
Rev. E.C. Cook, pastor of the Students helping were Karen
Friendship Baptist Church of. Skinner, JoAnn Brown J. To Attend Music .0
floated. McHenry, Danny Moss jimmy
Mr. Padgett Is the son of Mr. Hall, Teresa Glidden, Alice Al. 10
and Mrs. James Padgett of Im. len, Terry, Terry McHenry. Sue Camp For Summer
mokalee Crews, Sue Adams, Susan Hart,

Given In marriage by her fa. Dennis Howe, Joyce Glidden, and ----.. --, .. .." ._ ., ." -.
ther, the bride was: attired In a Diane Heath. ""I' .1
; : MILLION
white street length dress fea. : ;. : "
,
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turlng late over cotton satin : ;I '
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bodice and a full skirt of da. Rev. Stump Named )I' ,. e' DOLLARRATE
cron and cotton satin. Her silk .. '
Illusion veil fell from a pearl To Head Leadership .1
tiara. She carried a white
Training SchoolRev.
Bible topped with a white orchid ..

Miss .Evelyn! Dupree, sister of John W. Stump, pastorof REDUCTIONfor
the bride, was maid of honor. the First Presbyterian

She chose a street length dressof Church of Naples, has been x
blue and white
rtacron C.D. named Dean of the Synod lead-
Driver served as best man.
Gardenias and greenery circled ership Training School to be FP&L
the crystal punch bowlat held In July at the Florida Pres- .0

a reception given by Mr and byterian College In St. Peters- CUSTOMERS

Mrs. Dupree at their home. The burg.In. 1
bride's table was covered with preparation for this posi
a white linen cloth and centered tion. Reverend Stump will attend yrSr y bO Our new electric
with a wedding rake. rile reduction now
the Synod School In San W.
For a wedding trip to Dan. Antonio Tex.,June 19-27. Next irakM. it a wholelot
.
.,
vllle, Ga., the bride changed to ; ti .. ) cheaper to go
Sunday In Rev.Stump's absence ? '"' t
., ..,. aU-tlectrie than to
a pink and white suit. The couple e "- "*
Rev. Thomas J. Gumming, the .

combination
will reside at Spooner Apart. J v u. a
new Christian Education field QI of aervlcee.The .
ments. Mr Padgett Is employed .
"
for the of Florida -
by the State Road Departmentand director Synod money you
Mrs. Padgett Is employedat will occupy the pulpit at w save can operate an
Fred' grocery the First Presbyterian Church saaia.. additional modern

SCHOOL EXERCISES during the morning service. .lectriraIIPplill'll"' .

Closing exercises for vacation SJt/A.'jv' il. NOTHING PLEASES bargain in your
LA CROSSE. Km. UP) -
family budget ia nowlunger
Acoustlcon Since The family name of Schaffer it than
ever!
1902Hearing family popular with the Din Schuckman r, a +vd P' LIKE ANelectric


The Schuckmana have three

Aids daughter married to men whose gift i
lilt name is Schaffer. Their
1241 llth St. No. Naples fourth daughter will wed mother

Phone MI 2-5JS8 Schiffer this tummer.Mn. .
If N, AMwer Schuckman' maiden '" '.' '.11: Whatever your gift-giv mg occasion. ,, "operate The last word in style and
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Call Evening 5 10 P.M. name Staffer. crown it with an Ll:: ttn< Gift Always Iwauty @
McOr.th piiot*
Carol Wickenden in 1101tHte\ Alwaya popular, A really special gift for someone _

practical, preferred and appreciated pedal keep on giving all year

: a Now 2 locations :: Serve You Miss Carol Wickenden, daughter of Mr. and Things new and bright/ and the 'round. What's more, you'll find BUSINESSMAN

SHOPPING CENTER Mrs. A. G Wickenden of La Strada Lane Naples, price M right, Designed for modern hopping for Electric Gifts the easi- You too,can take

I IN THE MOORINGS has been accepted as a student in the Transylvania Florida Living/ to make work Ht shopping ever. Dozens to choose advantage reduced electric of tn.e

Music Center Camp this summer in Brevard N. C. fighter and entertaining brighter from Just stop in at your favor. rate' for profitable

-MI 242.74LAIlJ Miss Wickenden has studied piano for ten Glenn, effiiiwil and economical to ite store. application Inm

STYLHT years and has recently finished taking instructions your Contact buaine-a.your

1DODGES" under Mrs. H. B. Rhodes of Fort Myers -IlL' 1i I Y lameleu Florida Power ft
Carol has been awarded the first rating gold >? r f.......".....".."._ Light Company I

KWIK CHEK SHOPPING CENTER MI J-W medal by the National Musir f"-uild, of America ,,tnte r IIOW essabaeMae 1'1111' representative. I

and will enter college this fall as a' music major FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT COMPANY

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Qbt! Ntnr 'r Of Bomb Fire SurvivalBY


r RAY CROMLEY

TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1964 Washington Correspondent

Newspaper Enterprise Assn


f Solidarity GrowsIn An Appeal to VP WASHINGTON-NEA-Although(! ) public won! ""II'

diminished the i ljl.! < ; i lIh,
West BerlinThe atomic war has the Defense Department pushes on .\ III,, 'I
Of .
NonproductionThere hEVr { missile crisis ,
search Into the poaslble effects of such a catastr 'pI. dliC
longer West Berlin remains an Islandof could be minimized.
destructi\n
Westernism surrounded by a Communistsea how shortly indicate all of u' ,
is a mounting suspicion among customers New studies to be released oughave
the more secure its position seems to get that no well-regulated manufacturingconcern rwc much better chance than previously thought (of f hnnt i ,
-at least in one respect: the morale of its 2.3 would be caught dead without a vice JULY through a the fires that might follow an 11.bomb attack \\'hM;(

million Inhabitants.and samplers have president in charge of nonproduction of far had some worry In the Pentagon concentrate that If city)',',rIr',Ir
Social opinion on
scientists items the customer likes. j, j'-7 did I come. the Soviet Union might \
been scrutinizing Berliners for years, testing You buy a potato peeler. It works like a ing fire raids with large bombs.
their barometric reactions to changes in the
charm. be.
it out-mainly
Eventually wears
political pressures under which they live. cause you use it so much. BUT EFFECTIVENESS of nuclear weapons In startiraDDarently fires
Back in 1948-49, at the time of the airlift much with minor chan
I's in
You go to the store to buy a replacement tta + would vary so
third citizen was ready to pack up and b be foolhardy to
every "They don't make it any more; the clerk rtr weather that militarily it would concl'ntt.le
leave. It was not so bad in 1961 after the Wall tells

was built; only every fifth person would have "Why you not triumphantly*" on The fire research attacks. men believe that at any given distance from .

left if he could. "Don't know They Just don't make it We the burst it would take a larger.than-expected nuclear
Now the latest survey reveals that 75 per used to sell a lot of em. But they don makeit weapon to set newspapers, corrugated paper cartons, window<
cent of all West Berliners want to spend the more" wood leaves and other combustibles aflame Rc

rest of their lives in the city. The sociologistshave So any you settle for a substitute that Is like drapes search,showed dry the amount of heat necessary to set iht t 1

found an increasing solidarity among replacing Mickey Mantle with a Little y Q t fire-susceptible things ablaze would be twice as great as I1sl'd(d
the entire population. Berliners no longer Leaguer 's 1961 official Defense Department booklet, Effects 0' 1
in the
think of their city as an isolated, threatened '
c1/
It happens again and again. : Nuclear Weapons:
outpost, but as part of the West. It occurs too often and too consistently to Smog, haze, clouds and rain would cut the ability <
backed another
is by
This
feeling surveyin has to be plan. start Fires 1
which 10 million West Germans said they just happen. Somebody got nuclear bursts to
itPLEASE
would not mind living In the city. ning AMERICAN CITY, "the high altitude
Mr. Manufacturer, keep on FOR THE AVERAGE :
Berliners have become "
the .
Although making things the people want-even if it Incendiary weapons system would be effective, says the re '
crisis resistant' as well as over
prosperous effective one-third of
pleases the customer. port, "one-third oC the time, partially
have not lessened in their
the "
years, they We have so few things to make us happy the time and ineffective one-third of the time
highly sensitive reaction to every political these troublous days, Is this too much to ask* The suney says well.constructed shelters do protect men,
that affects them.
development
in fire storms.It .
While the attention of the world so often women and children caught
of the publicized Hamburg fire
quotes a German study
focuses Berlin the of Berlin
t constantly on looking,outward.eyes are When Good News Is BadThe splinter storm of-proof World surface War II shelters: "Many were air protection situated in bunkers the middleof and 1

extensive area fire and fire storm zones. The heat around
women of America have received 1Ik; KIS could stand. f'
Signs to Go ByNo bad these buildings was more than human beings
some news. .
"Nevertheless, in no instance-either in bunkers or surface
.
to answer your question, wonders will THIS There is are bad too news many for men.women* -;:.:: ... ,: shelters-did shelterees come to any harm from the heat '
Shel
never cease. did they have to leave the buildings prematurely
In a For it makes it tougher for nor
Latest of this is the announced way yes. of these structures till the morning IIaJ
proof plan women to advance in the business and work. terees remained in many
to erect metal signs at all bus stops in New world. after the raid and until the fires surrounding them had aJb'
aday QUICK QUIZ
The Best of bIof
BoyleBY "
York City, diagramming the complete route There has been a lot of publicity lately abated.
of the bus that stops there. (If more than tt,
of in
one bus, the routes will be shown in different about the growing acceptance for women only. HAL DOYLE Q-What is agrometeorol THE RESEARCH MEN SAY there are essential things that
occupations once regarded as men
colors) But the U,S. Labor Department now says ogy1AIt is the study of the can be done now Cities with active cleanup prcjj-ams would ;
Thus, at a glance, a traveler will know present I lilti\ outside, easy.to-ignite rubbish. Strict fire code
In
where he Is and exactly where a particularbus that actually the In girls such are fields.making only NEW YORK (AP-Thlngs) a makes a good lint.free eyeglass lelatiun&hip o: weather and restrictions on the design of new buildings would minimize
significant gains columnist might never know If cleaner, A survey found climate to agriculture. fire breaks. .
will take him. But this is not all: Buses labor fire vulnerability. Wide highways serve as
In the
will be marked with their number fact, say experts, many more he didn't open his mallj that the only things men can the householders could take j
route not
men are going to be looking for work in Q-What Is the story of the In an emergency, survey says, f
Here a consoling Leap Year taste better than
only in front but both sides well. People women are of their
on as dominated by women- Washington Elm that stood very effective steps own
professions long
will no longer have to race to get in front schoolteachers, for example. statistic, ladiest Some 93.5 per lemon, vinegar and sour near the Senate wing of the "Simple measures such as closing Venetian blinds or shht t. t

of the bus to see if it is the one they want. And that Isn't all. Private employers seem cent of women eventually grapes You swallow some 3,000 U.S. Capitol until 1948 ters whitewashing windows or blocking windows with pi/.

This revolutionary development is staggering to prefer men to women. marry. times a day. A-President Washingtonwas wood, sheet metal or aluminum foil can be very effective in F}" J
There' truth In the old It was Clarence Darrow who
no
in its implications Yet, like all great ignitions (fires) within buildings Trash piles
Why? Well, for one thing, because men saying that two can live as observed, "When I was a boy said to have stood underit preventing "
achievements of the human mind the don't have babies. could often to watch the construction can be removed or covered Secondary sources of fire
but told that
cheaply the I anybody
as one was
wheel, the airplane, Robert's Rules of Order Now, there's a stumper. Offhand, there Department of Agrl, ulture U.S.has become president; I'm begin. of the Capitol. can be". minimized by shutting off electricity and heating IIJ

-its basic concept is of the utmost simplicity doesn't seem to be any practical way for found this out i Food costs for nlng to believe It." plants. n
I I Like great Invention, one wonders
every even the government, electronics or auto. Individuals who live alone run
why after all these thousands of it
years was mation to change things. about 20 per cent more than II
never thought of before But don't give up, girls. For you can bet they do for each member of a BARBSBY I
Just Imagine-signs telling you precisely that some committee or some genius is family of four The World 1f tetT f
how to get where you want to go. And provided working on it.Meanwhile In Gree:e, bankmoblles tour TodayBy

by city hall, no less. happy hunting for Jobs, careers Isolated areas too small to sup JAMES MARLOWE HAL COCHRAN 0U
No, wonders will never cease -and husbands port banks of their 0f
own. iiorlnud Press News Analyst All fat people should leave
In Norfolk. Va., it once was i, it to the little pigs to make
against the law for a woman to hogs of themselves at chowtime a
attend .a public dance without! WASHINGTON (AP-The Supreme their legislatures t

wearing a corset Court had now taken Fort.. state constitutions r.., .* >r. N
others say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM'OTHER PUBLICATIONS Quotable'notables "The i truth three historic steps in two years quired rearranging of their leg. A furniture store owner'
In a fight It had timidly avoid. Islatlve districts
Is that normal men will, always every 10 year
be what women want edt voting In the states The or to to provide their voters advertises "Everything on T t
=II= them to be" Mary Roberts third time was Monday equal representations But for Time We'll bet he doesn'tride f
/T H I Rlnehart. The court got biting criticismfor generations some state leglsla. a bus r

World Fair officials here, all three decisions, and high tures ignored their constitutions. e 1
who expert up to 80 million visItors praise. The country quickly ad. Examples Tennessee and Ala. A bad baby or a good TV r
!R In two years have set up lusted to the first two and will bama. set can easily make a motherRfI

:; medical facilities to care for to the third. This is an ABC on At the beginning of the cen.
( ( what happened and why, start. tury rural areas dominatedstate
medical facilities to care for
Ing with the federal governmentas legislatures Then popula.
the
Eamon De Valera,
: ...1... ( about Illness 80,000 cases of emergency background tlons shifted from farms to clt Irish statesman, was born in
or Injury.
_
i In Congress each state under les, but there was no redistrict. New York of half
City,
I } The price of highway accl the
Constitution Is entitled to Ing rural areas were still In his
j dents eventually adds up to two senators Its size or population control and would do nothing to Spanish parentage When
more than the costs of building doesn't count. It Is differ. lose U. worn'out and sleepy in the father died, he was sent as
.:: the roads originally, Safety of. morning. an infant to live with hismothers
-{ ent with the House of Repre. An example of what this could e t e
()E'c.Q flclals put the economic loss for sentatlves. There each state Is meant 10,000 people In one family in a labs*
:> '. ; ,. highway accidents In 1963 at entitled to at least one repre.sentatlve. rural legislative district would No woman has yet really ers cottage in County Limerick

'*'..,'If .., ," n.q... approximately $8 billion. They have one state representativewhile stayed young by lying .

':' ":':. ',. ..__'" Jllf'1""' also figure that the death toll But any more than that must 100,000 city people would about her age, 0 t.p?4... Irinniiit

of 43,000 cost these people be based on Its population In re. also have only one. This meant .. ..
":2,150,000! more years of pre latlon to the population of the one farmer's vote was equal to :._ --"s. 3a ""xaa'I:lI" :: x" .,......,. \
clous life" other states since the total num. 10 city votes
The Chrlitim Stunt Mmitw Folklore You can expect her of repesentatlves for the This meant unequal repre. -N-

'You ran just tike It rich back:? company soon If you find tea 50 states Is limited now to 435 sentatlon But the rural con.

leaves floating In your cup. Every 10 years, after a cen.sus trolled legislatures would not mnmII
The Tinning Gantlet When files bite, It's a sign of the number of representa change It. Appeals were madeto
rain. To cure the rheumatic, lives Is reapportioned among the the Supreme Court. It ducked
Nr\\ %"m kern have become mined lo trading This I Is true for those who wait put a little dry mustard In your states according to their popula. saying It didn't want to get Involved Remarks

paying nut more and more In tip. with. far ton long to be rened ai well u for shoe Sleep In a bean field, or tlon. So while each state, has In politics It said 'his

out nolicablf Improvement in wmre the waiters. The European system of In full moonlight, and you'll go two senators, the number of rep. last In 1946.In .

There Will" tune when III per ('I'nlU appending a service charge ranging mad.Quickies resentatlves varies by state pop. 1962, In a Tennessee case, ill II _1 ;::><,."'"W'.w'p<. w _;=-< ':
from 10 to 15 per cent, bated on the A young eagle ulatlons. the court reversed itself and
the standard tip; but this long ago gave weighs about a pound more would A LOCAL XOKEL REPORTS
price category of the restaurant, Is more The same general idea oper. said federal courts stepIn
way to IS per rent and even higher in dignified than the American custom. than Us mother before It leaves ated In the states, or was sup. If necessary to order redls.

luxury restaurants where the diner Whether the public would be better Its nest. A worn dollar bill posed to, In picking members ofIt trlcting to provide citizens of a + Elliott and Frank

then must run the gantlet of open palms served U problematical But the plan ,.... ,' "" -1.'.._ .-<<..,". ....' ...' .,,", ,',..,< .,. state more equal representation Mackle have
does offer t.j'j: : < :;:: y <: ; : something we've always wanted
thrust out by captain, hatcheck girl and the hope that generous diners < f'v.: ; : : : ..,. .>: In legislatures. a
doorman. Yet some waiters, protesting would provide extra rewards to the B laid down a rule which has nice heedful of iron-gray hair.Bet(
waiter who took the trouble to provide guided It since one voter, one ;
against the Internal Revenue DATCR: a ATC: you thought we were to
Servicesestimate going 1
good service.-Ntu> York Times 1'1'' I I : : I vote. Then on Feb 17, 1964, the say a
NCGIRA( I FARC IIAC.AA
that tips average 15 per cent, court went further, stepped Into million bucks or a chunk of the new
claimed that tips amounted to no more PrieklProblems I O.ARLNA state arrangements for election Marco Island project. )
Ulan half that amount. ACROSS 24. Rlundrr. e I T t. t ION. C.. 0 S of representatives to Congress
The waiters I ID I t. F 0 R PAN t dls.tricts. + We aren't
argue that oul-n.town.. American astronauts may face thorny I. Crude bore from states' congressional privileged to know
em are ,skinflint who frequent lease problems in outer space Soviet scl.n. 4. Had being :25. interval T t S T A. t r t... all the folks selected for "ins tentinmortallty"
nothing m all. Thin i I. hard to bellr\e' lifts say that the surface of Mart may 7. Black tern 211. Trim .. t. R R t. G II L T it cam congressional districts
It may be that an Ol''l510n.IIOllrl 1 will bilrtle with tun-like vegetation For. 11. Shlrty 29. A. R. C'. ow A II N. A C. T. L L. A within a state must be based through having a streetin

protect against ilo\enlr oervlc by rr- Innately' our men beaded for other 13. WinK' 31. SlmtltJl I NO. t. PI.t A I D A IIH. more truly than has been the the new Marco community named for

/fusing to tip, an admirable form of defiance planets hate been training In Texas, .arro'". garment L. 1MB 5. V oiL. U IT t. practice on population. Mondaythe thembut we have known Joe Gormican

long-suffering unknown natlxei to the. .intimidated. and and it teem unbelievable that any minded 34. Opposed to t L. A I M. t DIU Co t s third step came when the for about llj years and he deserves
other planet could grow pears pricklier 15. t'ampires Moaa court said state senators must
There 1* more Justice In the, claim 16: 35. S t N s e T AIM lll D. whatever recognition that
than the Lone biar State varieties- I Unger also be elected on a population may accrue
(made by waiters that tipping is de. Da:!las ;Morning/ News band 36. So be II SOLUTION Of YESTERDAY PUZZLE basis Instead of by some old, from the selection.Dr. .
17 Isis 31.i'ubJi fixed rule of state senatorial
. I CHECK YOUR MEMORY, LBJ 19 Meadow carrier H. Rmlllanl 2. Dispatch districts that gave unequal rep. + Curt Kayser, one of the

barley 39. Black -n. Saul a boat resentatlon.How city's better known residents is as
,
There arc two pirdittions on practically all politically-minded 2lJ.signal Dlilrtu 41.gibbon DoIll. arandflthtr 3.4. Sense Salary senators could must the represent court say, moreor state mad as a wet hen, he tells us. He

which practically all politically Americans were agreed on two pre 21 }.tonic uighlf DOWN Vindicate less, equal number of a took a tour on Flag Day and saw only

minded Americans cuiieutly are dictions: 'polrk 42. Fr III null)' 1. Form of 6. Palanquin state's population when on the ONE flag displayed from Fifth Avenue ,
2 J. SUd 43 !latent riddle
J"It 7 Flat tab federal level each state is ent I.
agreed: ((1)) Gov, Thomas E Dewey had 8. Cenui of tied to two U.S. senators, no North, to the end of Gordon Drive..

(1)) Sen Hairy Goldvuiter has the Republican nomination for President l J I Jr.- r e 'e Kautd. matter how big or small It Is, Can't say we blame him, .:, :' ?

the Republican nomination for l'ievi packaged, tied and giftwrappedfor "i "s /1 It 9.). Fed Share dis or Chief Its population Justice Earl Warren, In + To conclusively prove that we

dent packaged, tied and gift-wrapped: delivery at the forthcoming party .;-- pleasureI a very lucid opinion reasoned are ignorant of stamp values we

for delivery In San Francisco next convention. 0: IS ard this way received a first day "cover, what-
month. (2)) Governor Dewey would ? 7; il' : l 18 Cooked kg The federal system-two sen.
of lamb More, regardless of populationwas ever that Is, from the New York Pair

(2)( President Lyndon Johnson clobber President Harry Truman In n ; l'' II 21 Utopian never Intended to be a and didn'tjhaye sense enough to realize .
November like few losing candidatesfor 22 Hint model for the states This arrangement ttfces value to
will clotber Senator Goldwater In .. If 23. ,, some, stswp' l-t
President history /flJ / Indian was the result of a
in this country's "/ '
/ find theirs ?
lec.tortIfiWf
November like few losing candidatesfor mulberry compromise between large and can s 1) t"
President In this history bad been clobbered. is l. liT 0 I' /: ;tt Seasoned small states when the countn t1t1..eg.J?._ be glad to give, ijsio <: I
country's f1'
have been clobbered. Almost the only person who J.f Jo) 0: ", Jl H 26 ft. Pinnacles Delight was Created.The', {5P: e can use it *. .;. ;,, ;
states
big with '.
more l"t.
didn't believe In Prediction 2 was .., \ I It
Almost the J. //IJS // ,. 28. Multitude representatives would have i pact didn't know ,,1t }
only who t you ;
person President Truman. // // 30 Sew ( the .
lootdy larger vole In ) House: but ""
doesn't believe in Prediction 2 Is PS Governor Dewey won the Jl .11 # 40 \\lihoilghi) to balance this off, ever) (.,; "it f. Engine"** officeVest il.

Senator Qoldwater. nomination 32. Sesame, oil was to have two senators ." PLOfclDA, br J1a
ag expected. President '"t 4' .
33
t Cheer But Warren said .
For those with short memories, Truman won the election. Are you 36 Norse each state ia a so-called.h1l ,,' aloe year Plorlcia:1JiHed:, ...

let it be recalled that In June. 1948, remembering, President Johnson? -IJ / 44 ;; .s county sign entity the various racr.' The Corps ,ivUL '.be

I A" ........-. 38 Annoy nsioflS U a state can jjf' .JJ"considered. 1 'old on June 16, which: is

Polk County De"ni.cr.t for NIK.32 min. 40 Ia sdditiua .' ,wv3a, r.t'1 "'1 4 M< ref' W ... I ",! o

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Tur'day. June 16. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS:: SParks
Court Orders ,.. ".',

derful World of Chemist i ;
Takes
A '," >, '->''- UXM/s "Human wall." I IJ1

End One Graham's "Man of the I If'
Day
A. Exchange Club Dimension" and the Christ

Science exhibit.

7 3' On Picture Tour "Be sure and visit ,ticWorM's ,
Rail StrikeKANSAS FaIr" saidParkstle )

Hen Parks addressing the the best Fair I have eve I
'
CITY, Mo. (AP) JxchatpClub: night at their seen. After the experience Y'l' ,
Trains were rolling again today meeting at the Beech Club Hotel are proud to be an Arne rlcan."

as court orders ended a oneway showed and explained some However, be sure to make hate:

strike against six mldcontlnent 75 slides depicting what he reservations ahead, accomn odadons -

railroads. calls "The Wonderful World) may be difficult Once
An estimated 5,000 members
of Travel", you are In downtown New York
of the Brotherhood of Railroad
Trainmen walked out early Parks has traveled extensively for IS cents you can ride 1

Monday, stopping traffic and taking Interesting pictures the Fair In a new unique subway -

0 q freighuhandllng on the lines. ta (in many parts of the world express train from Time

Railroad attorneys quickly ob.talned ft J In this country he Included the Square or Grand Central. Thu

temporary restraining or. gardens of Seattle, urban view Is the best way to reach the

ders In U.S. district courts,ban of San Francisco, snow cover grounds"

fling strikes and picketing t ed mountains of the Pacific!

Union officials said the men Northwest and other scenes In SALEM. lei.... API F'r

were returning to work as the the U.S.A. He then showed pictures wome :who want to apple makeupand
orders were served, but one of.
have It look
taken in Greece, Berlin right Jiylight
flclal said the strike would re.
Bavaria and Elizabeth Meehan, residential
sum when the restraining or. England
ders expire. i arks visited the current New lighting consultant tot Silvanm,

Injunction hearings are set York World Fair the second has the answer.
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IN TRUE RODEO STYLE, this 300-pound Mako for 1-te l this week and next week day after It opened and show- She says natural white

shark wr.a lassoed by the tail by "Bud" McGee of The stoppage affected Ten. ed many views of the Fair. fluorescent has the loaeit
balance
Ft. Lauderdale and brought back to the Snook nessee, Nebraska, Kansas, Mis. He urged everyone attendingthe other types to daylight of bulbs- bcitci,'r other than
soon Oklahoma, Arkan. Fair to see the General
Hole
docks at Marco. Shown above with the Mako
colas And for goodness a keMiaa ,
sas, Texas, Louisiana and Col.
are Buddy McGee left 6 and his brother Motors Exhibit, the [hell System
f age orado. Meehan lays. don't use
Michael, 10, who assisted their father in the capture The railroads are the Mis \Tt Radio Tele photo> Buildings,DIll'ont's"w on- candlelight

of the monster. Photo was taken by Dennis sourl Pacific, Mlssourl-Kansaa. RACK ON HIE BEAT-Shaggy-haired Ringo Starr Mas a fellow passenger with actress

,. Turner, who owns and operates the Snook Hole, Texas (Katy), Texas & Pa. ViMcn Leigh as he boarded toe plane in London bound for Australia. Fit again after an
illness. Rlngo re Jo:ned the Beatles who ar on tour there
cHic the Texas and Louisiana
one of the Greater Naples Fishing Tournament's 11..,......,_, th...... tI:vu..v...'h..n..D.rtM'. ... ,<..),.... 4 it l
official weigh stations. I/ ill
Texas Mexican Railway, and Save Fakahatchee
the Houston Port Terminal As. Close In
soclatlon Railroad Speakers Urge Scoring
McGee No Fibber
::1 Louis E. Coral of Cleveland, HARTLEY'SS
public relations director for the Kiwanis MembersI

union, said the strike was call I Mrs Ben Parks and Paul Frank Duplicate BridgeBY

I He Lassoes A Shark! to clear up a lot of local conditions were guests speakers at last .

that have existed for years''night's meeting of the Klwanls McMURRY Mrs. Mamie Tonke,paired with S
-rules, pay, work conditions, Club at Baronl's, urging supportof
/ According to authorltatlv, Mrs. Peg Gollnlk- : The capture of a fighting Mako style. it's an even better tale. everything the club in efforts to acquire reports emanating from several I only new guest- swam through
shark weighing SOO-pounds al. This tall yarn of the deep was Alarm arose quickly In the the Fakahatchee Strand as a of those present, the game last t the choppy waters for a top at e S
always makes a good fish yarn told last week by Bud McGee of wheat belt because the harvestis public pest and recreation area. Friday night of the Naples Duplicate the 130 point mark. The Sam ar1N Ydtkw
I but when an angler, with the aid Fort Lauderdale fishing out of In full swing. Grain men had Mrs. Parks pointed out for Bridge Club was suet i leaders were held back slightly

of his two small sons, lassoesthe the Snot Hole at Marco and sub. visions of new wheat piling up members that acquisition of this that one might become lyrical iby: the current to finish a good I

I scavenger by the tall.Rodeo stantiated by Dennis Turner, at country elevators and being property 40,000 to 45,000 about it (if possessing poetic: second at I24.1/, The George
owner of the motel who took a dumped on the ground, subject acres was a project of the ability). Unfortunately, becauseof 'Smiths' were one stroke behind
photograph of the man-eater whenIt to spoilage from rain. Junior Woman's Club, and she another engagement, neither'at' 123i.. Bruce
Sr.-
Court Boynton,
Supreme was brought back to his docks. Maynard E. Parks of St. Lou. expected to enlist the aid of Mrs. Mac nor I could be present .'Stuart Kosters also showed SIa- 7. Zlr
Is, Missouri Pacific vice presl Junior Woman's Clubs
Here's how the capture of the over the mlna to come In fourth at lllVi s
:'i Rejects ReviewOf shark came about. McGee was dent tor personnel, said the entire state. She was also seek. However, reports have It that Four out of 12 teams were above
fishing from a boat In one of the strike violated a restraining or. Ing aid of service clubs, civic the game started In good time,> average.wlth MreMyrtieWeed- ,t I J}
"back bays" of The Ten Thou. der Issued In Washington Sun. organizations, II any group In a reasonable number of boards Mrs. Gertrude Waite just falling .
< Peele Murder sand Islands when he and his day by U.S. Dist. Judge Alex. fact," as well as IndividualsIn were played, there was excellent to make It with their 100.V4. 1 ''" J)

:a 'TALLAHASSEE (AP) The sons, Michael, 10, and Buddy, ander Holttoff, who set a hear. the project.She attendance of the usual pleasant East-West had two Fort Myers '
a : flonda Supreme Court has re. 8, spotted the Mako thrashing Ing for June 22. assured Klwanlans the group, the boards were Interest. team propelling themselves C
about on a mud flat. R. D. Jones, vice president of value of the land and the .
fused pur. Ing the temperature In the Wman's o 'well there
to take look being a tight race
a at
the two ;
McGee said he decided to see the brotherhood, who was di* chase price was rapidly Increas. Club was ah reasonable w
/11
between
life Earl
sentences handed Joseph Ogden-Louis BIG X 1* PORTRAIT
recting the strike from Houston .
Peel Jr. In the Chllllngworth how close they could come to Ing, and declared "Now Is the the game ended so that Irion, tat, at 136.14; George
murder cases. the shark and when they got to said Judge Holtzoff's order ape time to buy It." She said at one results could be completed by Bradbury-Mrs. L MlUlian,2nd,
The court Monday rejectedhis within 50 yards of the Mako, his plied only to the national matterof time the J.C. Turner LumberCo. about 11:10 p.m. and all probablyhad 13 ..

petition for review of both boys yelled, "Catch him, Dad." reducing the size of train ., owner of the land, offered a good night's sleep. Third found Mrs. Marie
The fight was on after an ex. crews. it for sale at S20 ner arr.. t( would team lh.r.fnr.. that Jordan- Mrs. Cheri Cox atrok.t .
court penalties actions.given him in separate tensive circling run with the boys Jones said the strike hvolved "Then Alligator Alley loomed-asa almost' the optimum i;; In enjoymen; ing nicely to finish with 126-Vi. onlyoowfoo
handling the boat, McGee got only local grievances that have possibility and the price reached. Vic
Jump. was Pennywlttlsto .
Peel was given a life sentence Nr Wallace McCune Mrs.R.E. .
been Labor'
a small hand gal and hooked the through the Railway ed to $100 acre she *
o* grounds he masterminded per add be congratulated on his part In West did likewise In fourthi .
Board and
the slaying of Circuit Judge C. shark in the tall. He managed, many courts. Mrs. Parks reviewed the long directing and the members 1 i I at 122. The Park Wilsons and Will le At
he said, to hold him and with the Restraining orders were Is. list of state and national ron.servancles giving maximum assistance in the Dan close f Phttefrepher
E. Chllllngworth of Palm Beach Burglunds were
sued late In District
Monday U.S.
aid of an anchor rope lassoedthe Interested in preser. straightening up and figuring the hauled
and later got another life term together, with the Wilsons
monster. Courts by Judge James ration of the Fakahatchee Strand HARTLEY'S Store
results.All Variety
winning out 1JJJ/4 to 113. The
In the death of Mrs. Chining Meredith In St. Louis, Judge .
While the Makowasbelngdrag and believed nation wldehelpwlll leads
.' "'r"' of which gradually Mark Scoflelds theawven
worth. completed
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The Chllllngworths were taken e pf' ,II ahovf! Average t, 9thI.
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from their oceanside home near Snook Hole docks, It drowned. Term., Judge Leo Brewster and get behind the poiject with united sheet; itself quite interesting 111.1h. 84 t.,Uo.; N.pte- Ii 'JIII!
Turner said It was one of the Judge Joe Ingraham In Hous. strength.
There being 12 tables playing
West Perhaps of academic Interest
Palm Beach and drowned ,
I ton. 17 thru JUNE 20
largest sharks of its kind taken Frank, a native-born Neapoll. 22 boards the JUNE
in the Atlantic by Floyd Hoi zap. average Icor.was one may note that there was a
In local waters this season and -- tan told Klwanlana that the
,
tel, who got a life sentence and difference of SI points high to
Negro Bobby Lincoln, who,was the biggest ever weighed in at his Foster Rejects strand was a natural breeding and 110.NorthSouth had the closest low In this direction. From 10 to 1 and 2 to 5 p,m

given Immunity. docks. feeding area for all Florida wild. scores between top and bottom It Is hardly necessary to remind -
Nuclear life, and Is a "great gift of na. I have yet observed, only 31 -but wino NO AGE LIMIT
........................................................................ Soviet ture" which should be preserv. the tw bridge players I -
:. points separating that they can he with us at the
: : Liquidating Plans ed. Extending from South of positions. Woman's Club next Friday. Be LIMIT One f er Subject Two Per Family)

.. .. the Tamlami Trail to as far north there by 7:30 p.m., please. Each Additional Subject $3.95
GENEVA Chief U.S.
(AP) as Corkscrew Sanctuary the area
i ': i disarmament negotiator Wll. contains hundreds of native royal Barry Storter -
.' : ....
-; llam C, Foster said today So.
palms species of orchids
many Now a winning deal for you-
:. 1.J.., : viet proposals for liquidating all rare palms found in Florida onlyIn Receives Degree
''''' .1;''''' 'miLl: 'but a handful of nuclear delivery the strand, and other natural Durability
From Ohio State from the Worlds ChampionComet
vehicles within 18 plant growth found soother place,
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months are unacceptable to the .Prank. lalH Barry M. Etorter, Naples, was
ij United States. The local club welcomed five among the 2,721 Ohio Stale

UIIUWAYidW Foster again rejected a pro. members from the Cape Coral University graduates receiving
posal by Soviet Foreign Minis. club as an Inter.tlub affair Tom degrees In ceremonies held Friday .

j ter Andrei A. Gromyko to leave Mathues, visiting Klwanlan from June 12. Stoner was grant
EXPRE the few remaining delivery ve Dayton, Ohio, Impressed with the ed a Mister of Science Degree.
\ hides as a "nuclear umbrella"to presentation of Mrs. Parks and The graduating class of 2,721

be retained through the final Frank, agreed to take number students was the largest In the

NrlsT-R; A) stages of a general disarms Klwanlans on an air trip over the university's 85-year old history.The .
: ment treaty.He area. The trip was made this commencement address was
COURtESY 1t11S1: also turned down a lug.gestlon morning. by Dr. J.G. Harrar, president

: by Gromyko's deputy Key Club Chairman Dirk Cham. of the Rockefeller Foundation, ; :::
: Valerian Zorln, that the 17-na. berlaln reported on a fund rals. New York City.gastern. :' L
tlon disarmament conferencehere ing campaign among members !

z ; e pEV pESt should approve the Gro. to send two Key Club boys to
myko plan In principle and then Dallas, Tex., to the International Star
: start technical discussions on Convention scheduled for the first T
Plans Pot Luck
it. week In July

Foster said the United States Phil Brunk was chosen lucky To Honor Masters
: was prepared to begin technical member at the meeting

discussions on how to limit and Cypress Chapter No. 236 -... .. jam' .. .r.. rx
1 reduce nuclear delivery ve ABBOTT'SSTAGINGDAUGHTER O.E.S., will sponsor a pot luck
hides, but not at the price of supper at the Masonic TempleIn prww..wwr

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myko plan. daughter of veteran Broadway It, at :30p.m.honoring all Mas.
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WALTON K,. (AP) Volunteer .
travelers goTrailways ler'a comedy "Warm Heart, Cold will be held and all Star mem.
firemen in Walton want it Feet" for fall the
showing on bers are invited to attend. "Fa
known they're up to date even if While "I". ther'a Day"will get special treat.

they bought a 1911 fire truck The play, 4uln' first tOl'Broad..y. ment during the meeting It was
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The old vehicle. overhauled .
as is to be tested on announced.
and dolled up for parades and summer circuit by the iponaori
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a pleasure all the way! Televlslon.Radlo Writer Is not :omplalnlng so much ,chartering of the corporation = :
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boon companion of leisure the medical, pre -hUtru and so- I([Collier CountyAuth.Stock; ,
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desire for more shows with the compact.
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While satisfaction Emerson, Delivered
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guys more physical vio j
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j Building, Naples Fla.
sports he was disappointed in
!( the The Interviewers also found Dar Salaam, The kind of tportt-car
past season's dramatic -u-
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E.t have Oeewer :! shows, He found them depress. as they once were with X-15 Rocket Plane S 212 6 tffcf fe styling that won Comet design award
PrIM Naples Ie Inc, morbid, and concentrated comedy shows and varlet pro. TFlF Brazil. And now-the
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Legion Team Naples Speedway


Expands ProgramFor


Trips Wauchuia, 3.2 Saturday


Naples American Legion again until Sunday. June 28. Naples Speedway officials ex.
Brsdemon. pact half a dozen or more cars
baseball team made three third against
to in the
compete newIY.lnstall-
Roltle Rice will continue -
Inning runs stand up for a tight Manager .d late-model overhead class
to emphasize hitting as the
3-2 verdict over Wauchuia at for next Mon- when stork car racing resumes . . . . . . . . .
Cambler Park after team prepares
yesterday Saturday at 8:30 p.m. on the
noon. day's road game. Naples hitters quarter-mile track east of the air.
The triumph evened Naples' obtained only six hits yesterday port on Radio Road. 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, June 16, 1964

record at 2-2wlthetghtgame after pounding the ball There also will be the usual

left to play. The local team Is for 12 hits at Arcadia last Fri- number of jalopy races, and a Two Upsets

Idle until next Monday when It day.Behind full evening's entertainment I' ..
travels to Avon Park for right 1-0,Naples benefited planned for race fans.
from three Wauchuia miscues Budddy Burgess made a pro
Withdrawal of the 5e
contest. the three that fitable trip to the speedway last Kiwanis Wins
In scoring runs Exchange
bring entry resulted In cancelslatton Saturdav. Ha towed his 1950Ford
of a game with Sebrl..gscheduled meant victory. Van Weeks led from Fort Myers and was the ,
off the third by beating out a "
for Wednesday. The night's big money.wlnner. He
Legion team will not be home bouncer to third base. With took first place in a heat race Little
--- -- one out, Jimmy Haynes ground. and was first under the checker Tighten LeagueTwo
ed to shortstop and Haynes ed nag In the feature race for

was called safe when the first ____.. jalopies. In Klwanls' fourth-Inning
Can Lema n '- '_ _.--oo.;: w upsets In Little League big uprising
baseman missed the bag. ONLY MINOR DAMAGE resulted when Bill Chapman lost control on Guy Osceola won the night's play last night tightened the se. with a "grand slam"

Newcomer Frank Breedenalso the northwest turn Saturday night at Naples Speedway, with his car first heat race and Richard Hines cond.half standings so much that double. The bases were filled
to short and captured the semUfeature. Despite every team still has a good chanceto and three runs already were
grounded
coming to rest against barrier of
a posts and tires. The Fort Myers
failing to finish first In slow
when Lawrence sent
Win ThreeIn Weeks was cut down at home for finish on top in this half. across,
driver was unhurt, (Hewitt photo) O.B. Osceola line left-field
the second out of the Inning.But any race, placed After Exchange trounced Stan. drive toward the
---- ---- > second In the semi-feature and Kiwanis
fence. thought
Walker hit dard Oil, 9-4, in yesterday'sfirst players
Donald beat a
out Dodgers Roll Over Reds second In the feature to stay on game, Kiwanis pinned a 7-6 the ball cleared the fence for a
to third base, and Haynes sped top In the jalopy class driver loss on Holland Salley with se. grand-slam homer, but the base
Row? home from second on the throwto point standings. Yen runs in the fourth Inning. umpire said It went under the bar-

first. The first baseman A special "demolition derby"Is Holland Salley, unbeaten win.,, rler for a ground-rule double,.
WASHINGTON (AP) can threw wild to home trying to planned for Sunday, July 5, ner of the flrst.half title, now Two runners scored to put I l-I)
a man win three golf tourna- get Haynes and Breeden also Pirates Hang On To Win at 8:30 p.m. Owners of old cars has a 2.2 record In second half wants ahead, 54.

mania In a row, especially If the .scored to put Naples ahead. are Invited to enter this en play. David Vachon, who was on first
third one 1* the U.S. Open? 2-1. durance contest. The driver of Jaycees lead in the standingsthis base when Lawrence was at bat, *

Champagne Tony Lema's Walker came In when the the last car able to run around half with a 3.1 record. Trail was waved back to third, and
chances for a third straight Wauchuia left fielder botchedup Their First Game 1412STANDINGS the track wlU win a $50 cash Cleaners, in sixth place with a Lawrence was stationed on se.
were much talked about at Con. prUe. 1.2 mark, can make things even cond. Both runners scored any.
gresslonal Country Club ai the Tom Hamilton's high fly There will be no races Sat. tighter U It can beat JayceesWedn.sday way on two errors to make it

elite of golf gathered for the big ball Walker's run assumed Jay Faulkner's deep drive for more. Rose doubled In one urday, July 4. Drivers and track at :5:15 at ambler 74.
one, which starts Thursday. importance when Wauchuia obtained W L the third out. run and scored on a balk as officials will be In the vicinityof Park. The 7:15 nightcap pits David Barley doubled home two
Lema won the recent Thunder Its second run on two Dodgers 8 1 the Pirates scored four In the the fishing pier that nightto Kiwanis and Standard Oil. runs for Holland Salley In the
bird and Buick opens, hits and a groundout In the Reds 6 3 ROUGH START third. Meanwhile the Cubs view the fireworks display. Currently sharing second place first inning Bill Rayburn led off
One fellow who wasn't talkingwas fourth Winning pitcher Jim Sheets with Holland Salley at 2.2 are the second with a home run to
Lema, himself. He skippedthe "Lefthander Nick Pedro who Cubs 3 6 had a rough first Inning. walk- were stifled by lefthander Standard Oil and Exchange. Kl. straightaway center field. Joe
first day of practice Mon went the distance for Naples Pirates 1 8 Ing four and allowing singles Sheets until the fourth when wants Is fifth at 2.3. Gratton sped around the baseson
day entirely A notorious worry protected the slender lead Lawyers Abstract Pirateswon for the Cubs' four runs walks and errors brought In Young Golfers Held without a run for three Kiwanis misplays In fourthto

wart, Lema may have spent the through the last three innings their first Senior Little Jim Stelnbach,starting Cub pitcher two runs. More bases on balls Innings by David Barley, Kl. make It 4.0.Exchange .
day getting his nerves under League game In nine outings and errors prompted Sheets' wants obtained seven runs off spotted Standard Oil
With third and walked five Pirates In
control.He a runner on only when they held off ColllerCoun- removal In the fifth, and when Have Field Day Joe Gratton and Bill Tucker in the two runs In the first Inning, then
missed some steambath one out In the sixth Pedro ty Motor Cubs 14-12, Saturday the second Inning before he was reliever Matustak couldn't find fourth to wipe out a 4.0 Holland roared back with five scoresin

weather that would have drivena struck outplnch-hltterJ.BCo- night at Cambler Park. relieved by John Abbott. Mike the. plate Tim Whlpkey cameon At Salley advantage The losers got the third to move In front.
sensible bedouin to shelter wart and got Dale GlUlard to In Saturday's other Matusiak greeted Abbott with a to get the final two outs. Big CypressTwentyone two runs on two errors In the Greg Hall pitched the first three
and his camel, too, but all the ground Into a force play.In 295 game single/ that drove In Mike Noe Harold Moss had three hits fifth to make it 7-6, but win. innings for Exchange, and Larry
E other favorites In the field tested the seventh, Ralph Star- Cypress Lodge Dodgers with the run that put the boys and girls ring pitcher Jay Lawrence bore Rogers hurled the last three.
Elks Reds in three at bats for the Pirates -
the layout. rett led off with a single and thumped 14-1 to Pirates ahead to stay 5-4. who took part In a six-lesson down In the sixth and retired Standard got to Rogers for four
Arnold Palmer said he was avenge a 9-4 defeat the Reds Fred Moss, Matuslak, three hits and two runs In the sixth,
was sacrificed to second Pedro Later Jn the Inning, Jerry golf series held a "field day"of straight batters with the
"getting seriously worried" then got opposing pitcher John had handed the Dodgers the pre- Rose walked to force In a run Rose and Gary WlllUms had sons at Big Cypress Golf tying run on third base.Lawrence but the Exhcange pitcher got
about his putting-which Is a vious Saturday's triumph two hits each. The Cubs had provided the key hit the last out wllh the bases loaded.
Beanie on called third strike, night. and Harold Moss singled In two and Country Club yesterday.
joodslgn.Tm moved Dodgers two gamesIn only five hits, with no player Two walks and an error preceded
playing all right, but I'm and ended the game by striking front of the secondplaceReds. getting more than one. The competition was under four straight Exchange hits
putting very badly," Palmer out Billy Brooks Senior the supervision of Big Cypresspro I In the big third Inning. Ore*
C said. "It's exactly the way I Wauchuia got Its third-inning With the season half over, LeagueThrough IN ROMP Phil Darbyshire, who administered Baseball started the string of hits with a1
was before the Masters this run on Jim Boatenhammer'striple Senior Don Llghtner pitched a five- the lessons In earlier single, driving In two runs. Paul
year" which he won with ease to deep left, followed by League play resumes SaturdaY'S Games hitter walking four and striking weeks to the youngsters.The Undabury doubled to drive in
Jack Mcklaus also maneu. Beattle's squeeze bunt. Pedro Wednesday at 5:30 at Cambler 18 Or More At Bats out seven, as the Dodgers next series of youth lessons Rounduo Hall. Alan Stoner followed witha

vend the ball well Nlcklaus threw a four-hitter,walking two Park when the Reds engagethe AB R H Avg. pasted the Reds. The losers' Will begin the first week.. single, scoring Llndabury. Ro.
aad Palmer both came down and striking out five. Cubs. In the 8 p.m. nightcap Thornton 24 4 9 .375 only run came In the fourth In July;Darbyshlre said -- ger Motes then singled, but a
last week for practice rounds Naples obtained six hits off the Pirates will try to Chickering 19 8 7, .368 Inning on Scott Black's single In the under-12 competition The St. Louli Sag apparentlyIs double play prevented further
/"I played SO holes and never get their second victory In a Alfonso 29 13 10 .345 contagious scoring that Inning.
Seattle one for extra stolen base and an Infield the of
only yesterday team
got a birdie," Mcklaus said row when they meet the Dodgers Ltghmer 27 8 9 ..333McCarthy Cindy Jack Spring and Lou Brock Hall homered and Motes
the bases Van Weeks doubled over out. Bell, Jim Kollopulos, Roger caught It only a few Innings after .
"This time I got a birdie on 29 10 9 .310: singled following another doubleby
the fielder's head in the The Dodgers four first- Morris and Alec Winters finished
right got they joined their new Cardl.
third hole I'm Improving The Cubs dashed 4.1 Llndabury as Exchange scored
to a A. 24 11 7,
Hackney .292
Billy Casper, 1859 winner, sixth, Cap Breeden who had lead the Pirates after the Tudor Inning runs, with Jeff Johnson on top. Jeff Morris won nal teammates Monday nlgM. twice in the fourth. Two more
'played only nine holes In mid. singled to center.tried to score over 21 S 8 .286 driving In two with along three- the putting contest and Kollo- The Sag also struck Glen Hob. runs In the sixth provided enough
>day heat. from first base on Weeks'drive first Inning Saturday but the Matusiak 21 6 6 .286 base hit center. Monty Hackney pulos was second. The latter bie, another recent acquisition, of a lead to withstand Standard's
xMI like this weather,"saldthe but a good relay from the out- last-place team roared back Steele 2&...9. 7, .280 singled across Johnson. was recognized for having the as the Cardinals dropped a 9-3 last-ditch rally.

retund Casper, with a fat man's field cut down the runner at with seven runs In the second- Mann 29 4 8 .276 In the second Inning Johnson best boys' golf swing. Cindy decision to Houston for their Ed.Frank pitched the distancefor
Inning and four more In the Faulkner 22 3 6 .273 fifth straight defeat and 17th In
vile.. "It's too hot to practice the losers and up 10
the plate. again delivered the key hit, a Bell had the best girls' swing. gave
Palmer, asked about Lena's third to take a comfortable Grimm 23 6 6 .261 two-run with the bases the last 23 games hits, Including three to Hall and
The localteamgotgoodfielding single In the over-12 the
chances to win three straight, 12-4 lead. Jr.Johnson 27 11 7, .259 group Spring and Brock, obtained ina two each to Lindabury and Oly
I said: ''It can be done. I did It, committing only one error. It was 14-6 going Into the bottom Williams 20 4 5 .250 filled Steve Steele also scor- team of Susie Bell Crockett slx.player deal with the Chi. Cowles. Frank and Mark Allen
back In 1(58. I almost won five Frank Breeden who recently of the fifth and final InnIng Black 21 5 S .238 ed when the ball got by the Jones and Roger Roland was cago Cubs earlier In the day, each had two hits and drove In one
moved from left fielder first Roland the arrived In the third of
to Arlington won
straight Naples boys' inning run and scored another.
and the Cubs rallied for Lyon 27 3 6 ..222F.
"1 won three, lost one In a Vaw showed well at third Bill Davldsen tripled In a driving contest and Debbie Bar- the Houston contest with the
dif-
six runs against three Moss 23 3 5 .217
playoff, and then won the Mas. base and also did well at bat. third-Inning run, and bases on rett won the girls' driving and cardinals: winning 1.0. They

tars And then I went Into a long He singled to right and singledto ferent fielder pitchers Harold Moss before hauled center-In M.Bell Hackney24 25 4 7 S 8 .208.200 balls figured prominently In a had the best swing. John Craig barely had time to try on their St. Pete Lady
new uniforms when they were
slump. center In three trips and six-run fourth The Dodgers had the best boys .wlng.
Another great golfer said It scored a run. He Is Cap Bree- amassed 10 hits off Bruce McCarthy All winners received cer- thrust Into action. Shoots An AceMrs.

wasnt. impossible den's cousin. Weeks was the and Roger Mann with tificates from the National Golf Spring was called upon to George W. Schwenck,

won 11 straight," said from By. only other Naples player with PLAY BETTER GOLF Davldsen, Llghtner and Johnson Foundation. Darbyshire said pitch er the In Colts the seventh scored inning four runs aft. from St. p.tersburrplayinrwlth
retired
ron Nelson, now"Actually It was more than one hit. getting two apiece. Mc- he was pleased with the young off Hobble in the sixth for a 4.3 her husband at the Beach Club
competition. Armour Carthy had two singles for the golfers' Sunday, scored a hole.in-one on
12, but one of the tourn&m.nt.wun't Bp Tommy progress. lead. The 31-year-old left.hand. the 1500yard 11th hole.
er proceeded to give four
official up She used a 4-iron to make the
"At the end the was more runs, three of them un.
pressure Deras 17 Reds.Baseball perfect shot It marked the se.
so bad I could hardly lift my Pinky Chip Shots earned, one on a wild pitch. cond time Mrs. Schwenck has
LastMinuteDeals Brock, an outfielder who fig.
driver. Signs With Cards YOU may chop at a little short chip d urea prominently In St. Louis scored an ace as her husband

You're In DETROIT (AP-Art (Pinky) pitch shot and hit behind it or plans, batted for Spring In the looked on.Moorings.

good hand with Derv, IT, of Hamtramck, top it. Then. you get wrathy because 4 Standings eighth and struck out.
Mich., Monday signed a report. you've blown such a simple, easy, important / I Feature In his first two starts for the
b It. LLTATIAute .d $80,000 baseball bonus con. shot You ruined this shot because t\ t4 American League Cardinals, Hobble allowed two Gals

tract with the St. Louis Cardinals you forgot to J'tc"grolOl the ; W. L. Pct. G.B. earned runs and eight hits in 16

insurance "He has the talent to reach left thpuIJtr and get your _.-- Chicago 32 20 .(IS innings. The Colts, however Making Plans For
I said TradesThe belted him solidly
the majors In two years, Baltimore 34 22 .607 League
hands back far before
.
see *r phen enough
Cardinal scout Moe Mortal I, of I New York 32 21 .604 V4 St. LouiS, considered a prime
Kerr Crol the Hamtramck High School you began to move the f a"0i Minnesota 32 26 .552 3 contender for the National Coming MonthsThe
SEARS-NAPLES senior who was Little League club smoothly into the ball. Boston 29 29 .500 0 Minnesota Twins, acting League pennant before the season .
Player of the Year when Ham. J Hold the club firmly with eft Cleveland 27 27 .500: 6 quickly just before the clock started, began Its tallspln officers and board mem-
: tramck won the Little League the last three finders of the shoulder Detroit 25: 29 .483 8 struck midnight, have tapped May 23. At that time, the Car. bers of the Moorings Women's
ITsesCOM; AnV J aOtY C1Rt World Series title at Williams. left hand and with the left / Washington 27 35 .435 10 veteran right-hander Jim (Mud. dlnals were in third place, one Golf Association met yesterdayat
I cat) Grant to play a Cinderella game out of first.
J. [port, Pa., In 1959. elbow straight Keep your right elbow Los Angeles 24 37 .393 124 the home of Mrs.Milton Link
5
: close to ribs and aboutin Kansas City 20 36 .357: 14 role In the American League One four-game and two five for
to
your plan and
---- ---- -- regular outings
Monday's Results pennant chase. game losing streaks later, they
line above your knee. Then by Chicago 9, Baltimore 1 Balked in earlier attempts to are In eighth place, seven schedule tournament play

? .. swinging from the left shoulder and Washington 3, Los Angeles 2 bolster their pitching staff, the games from the top and only through July.
'cMom keeping your head steady, the short Minnesota at Cleveland, rain Twins completed an llth.hour one-half length ahead of the In long range plans a
shot almost plays itself with a lazy Only games scheduledToday's deal with Cleveland Monday Colts. spokesman said many "fun
and precise swing. Games just before the midnight trad.. Only three other games were days" will be planned for August -

x A lags W The CMi'MO Tribune Boston at New York, 2 twl., ing deadline, acquiring Grant In played Monday. San Francisco and the following months.
r night exchange for pitcher Lee nipped Cincinnati 6-3 In the In the absence of Mrs. Virginia

Chicago at Baltimore, 2 twl.,, Stange, a player to be named I other NL game while Chicago Edwards, Mrs. James
> night later and an undisclosed amountof blasted Baltimore 9.1 and Wash.
cash. Ington edged Los Angeles 3.2 In Cochrun co-chairman acquainted -
Los Angeles at Washington, N
Minnesota at Cleveland, N In a major six-player deal be. the American. Rain washed out the board memberswith

Kansas City at Detroit, 2 twl.,, tween National League clubs, Minnesota at Cleveland.and duties.
St. Louis sent former 20-game Mrs. Michael Chance was

Watch For The night Wednesday's Games winner Ernie Broglio, reliever pitchers Jack Spring and named tournament chairman.Mrs. .

Kansas City at Detroit, N Bobby Shantz and outfielder Paul Toth. Walter Brunt Is handicap

GRAND OPENING Minnesota at Cleveland, 2 twi., Doug Clemens to the Chicago Two minor moves were made chairman; Mrs, Ed DuBane
) Cubs for outfielder Lou BrockState
night Baltimore selling\ outfielderJoe rules and member at large;
Los Angeles al Washington, N Galnes to Houston and and Mrs.Leslte johnstonprize
of Chicago at Baltimore, N Pittsburgh taking pitcher Don chairman.
Boston at New York 1F Cardwell off the disabled list Prospective members are
National League 0 after sending pitcher Fred
urged to contact Mrs Unk
,
Phlla'phli 32 21 .604 Green to the minors association
BEACHCABINETS San Fran. 34 23 .596 treasurer. Mrs.
r The Twins have been considered William
Cincinnati 30 26 .336 3V4 legitimate AL pennant Arbaugh secretary and
I Pittsburgh 29 27 .518 4V4 d contenders, but it was generallyfelt publicity has mailed cards to
b Milwaukee 30 28 .517 4V4 League they needed more pitching members announcing that Wed
In Florida. MillWORK, Inc.at Chicago 27 27 .500: 5V4: By THE strength. They had pursued nesday. June 17, play win be
e. Los Angeles 28 30 .483 6i> ASSOCIATED PRBSS Dean Chance of Los Angelesbut In a "blind partner draw"
eat St. Louis 28 31 .475 7 were unwillingly to breakup '

Houston 28 32 .467 7'/4 W. L. PcJi G.B. their power trust by sending
a picnic beer is a natural New York 19 40 .322 16 FtXauderdaleSS 21 .625: Bob Allison to the Angels.

Monday's Results St.Petersburg36 23 .610 IV4 .r
9191st Ave North Houston 9 SU Louis 3
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Lakeland 34 25 .576: 2',
When you're rcla\inif at \our fan oritc out Joor beautrut \\ids San Francisco 6, Cincinnati SOnly Bch. 32 25 .561 '
Daytona 3'/4
friends or family,and \our thirsts hotted by fresh air and txcrcithat'i games scheduled
28 29
the ideal tune[ for a oml refreshing glass of bcir. In" Today's Games Sarasota Tampa 26 33 .491.441 7V4 10() WHY RISK 'EM ?

fact you can: name jour re'reat "n-," imming. hiking or jut| Phone MI 2-3441 Philadelphia at Chicago IoUaml.2Z 37 .373 111Orlasd6 4; .flAP
vetch"ing TV-end chance are nothing in the *orM' tint it quite New York at Pittsburgh, N 18 38 .321 17 NO RISK 'EM !

as well as beer. NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Milwaukee at Los Angeles, N Monday's ResultsSt. CALL NOW ron FAIT..

Your familiar (glass[ of beer is also a pleasurable rvnihtJir thatw withDOLLARSAVING St.Cincinnati Louis at at HoustonNN San Francisco Sarasota. Petersburg 4, Daytona 4, Orlando Beach 1 1 LUFF GMC INC. EXPERT sumcrrNORISK

e lie in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy N Lakeland 7, Fort Lauderdale 2 Trucks Parts

beer and,ale, if ue so desire, i M j juM one, but an important one, "f SPECIALS! Wednesday's Games Tampa 6, Miami S (12 innings) -servlc. -
those personal freedoms.In Cincinnati at San Francisco Tuesday's Games
Philadelphia at Chicago Daytona Beach at St-Petersburg TEMPORARYLOCATION CHEMICAL CO.
Florida..beer with fun, with relaxation Milwaukee at Los N
goes Angeles, Orlando at Sarasota MONTH ;

@ UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.f St. Louis at Houston, N Fort Lauderdale at Lakeland 421 Ntalfc.. St.. N. CUAHAHTI8Ml
New York al Pittsburgh N Miami at Tampa 2.148Naples
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Elementary Schools JLNTICls5/A rS' ATL&i

CLASSIFIED MART _

MISSILE tANGO _
CIIIt1AL
WASHINGTON D.C. -Categorical given child will later be In college '. C039Tr/

aids to education opposed or on relief. Athmaaait

by many educational lead Further "It would be possible INDUSTRIAL cz: C..pe.w,

'e14'J'J' Mld"'jg2.210" ? era in the put today won support to extend support to othe ; AlLIs

autoS 6'l4aJ9 \\o'oS from the influential Educational specific: subjects social studies e.d Coop.,

J' Policies Commission an, literature music, S CINTAUI.e

(EPC). physical education and others''.

In a major report entitled and to additional segments ol /. MACC ,

"Educational Responsibilities the school program-summer 'r OIAIDSITIMISSION

of the Federal Government." schools libraries,services for .

Announcements 26-Personal !4-Trade or Sell 65-Gen. Real Estate EPC spewed out its positionIn the culturally advantaged and CON CINTra TOOL, I 1JGH -or. ,

these words "In view of the like." (NASA)
PlAZA BEAUTY: SALON ALCOHOLICS., ANONYMOUS 'WII cause.trede fo' land eQuIty,. 10 CIty Lab.sr Cnun Perk. arT THE: KEY TOII, NOME: In such a large- )
Men women wi'h Innklnf.problem HOMES not jest 10....... but the failure of the Congressto manner LhHTHOUSET:5
IUt t Tom,ami Ath tor help by call _tv Cell MI MMI' Ort Of
Trail !
hornet The kind that needs scale federal aid could 0
establish nationwide support
MId.y3BoitiMotori, .." Ins Ml i 43SI Visitor cor*,oily TRAOUFOR tot Lane I only ysur Oafnlly to them general
welcomed ""' ..tnl' in first bedroom. i bath horns prictd end: mabe them Into tow federal aid toeducationwe recommend Instruction In basic akillscouldextend MINUTIMAN
Baptitt Church Annei on IthSt .t (II.tOO. Mort0e payment frjendly Sece, ef phyucol COOl.
of school
7th Ave Tuet and lot : .. that educational leadership to many areas SLUt SCOUT
at every 157 per mo Want city tort and sDrltael I 51156. May
Acces. I Pr., "''I"t.1 I 10 P 101 CARIBBEAN' REALTY, 1750 N we 5nip oc start "'."'.1 you' devote Immediate and life and "be of Inestimable benefit OSYGCNf : : '' <
Ml I KISS HOME TODAYPI
Trail ,
1ISI Chru.Craft 21 I. Con.l.l 4/2*. tbm.tf57Houses detailed attention to the Improvement to the quality of elementary JUPITCI

depth lation, twin finder, UO t fully Sh,p .to oquippv shore. 38-Autos For Sale boctroo..... I" baths.Ireobode IJOOfl and spread of categorical education and hence of education

with lilt lockets tie PH MlI For Salt aids, in order to obtain In general. MPG.
4422 or 2,7|. Price IS750 00 ItU ThundtrbirdHordtop .R iH I bollroom. 2 baths.Dena
Con be seen ot SrnSi.t Power windows. stall Fee. I Barm, I bath corner lot on Av. $16,0002bedrooms. to the extent possible the The proposed department .2Lj j
Chris c,." t,"Hi M tory air conditioning Low. mile canal conditioning. f.rtplace .. values previously sought should quickly take over educational : POLAIIS/ Lsu.ch sUe for AIIVSnooIs
t .6. Ml | 4104 after I PM I blocks to beach Own .lbotS scatteredIn SIIa,4 .04 on.-
5-Business Opps. 4/l tftET'1do. or wlI, tell very rtetontblyLarge Coconut Oravo '.100 through general aid. programs now

Pos., sle.rn mortfago Call tmoll downpayment IY APPOINTMENT PLEASESao EK. made clear that it still various offices. Suchconso ,' :

lOOMS .net '''Itn... f'11' .' 4 brakes Automatic Runs ert 'OX' 4.3163. OIl.ct.I''k; Naples South and Model believes "the nation would be lldatlon would pe rmit better coordination '7S\.f \
well Cell ISS4I I/Kit
I' 1.5.1111 usinets, building In f SO r sacrifice ol home, lorc In '59 Op.l. $1.9. Trans I cyl.ood l. PRIVATE NO BROKERS SALE Hornet on displayAssociates' best served" If federal funds of federal activitiesIn TOUR ROUTE .' ., fJ "

."h J7I I.ri. dn i paymentlo COn' Cell 'I .1151.. Owner. mutt tell three bedroorr : were appropriated for general education and could be accomplished -
> I A ) Collier CountyNewt S/Il Lucille Ottt Virgil" Mereumlob
1/31.11 t bath Central home in heat THE: and MOORINGS air JiegerDEWEY educational purposes. but sup- without upsetting COMPLEX CAPE-Cap* Kennedy Air Force Station the

40-Aulot Repairs Puts conditioning' carpeting throughout .. POLLYREALTY port fUt this presently Is lack- existing agencies. Including the starting point of U.S. space and missile exploits has probably

TEXACO, INC. .>kitchen cept: t includ bedroomt, d.tpotalond Complete Ing. Consequently the commission present U.S. Office of Educa fired the imagination of man as no other bit of real

For. !I..ultramodern... now under station construetion. olMoorings LOOK HEREI! diehwsther, Nice tcretned turned to the categor- tlon In the Department of Health, estate ever has before. No military installation in history

Shopping Center. N.. porch. paved Phone driveway Ml 1-4104, toddedlawn after Corner of lot Ave Uo & ical aids approach.The Education and Welfare. has been known to so many persons Located on a narrow

plot Paid training program and Wondering where to go I P M. I/U.II Temieml Trailtill The Secretary of Education strip of land between the Banana River and the Atlantic
financial ...,.'.... ...,.I.bIe. I 4)51FARMER'S report stated that the
For info''''ation *. this valu. With your tar problem! federal should allot would be responsible for preparing Ocean, the cape covers a 25-square-mile area Newsmap
.bit franernatny '.. conuct Don Ab- government above shows the tour route to the public. The
'inish Paint Jobs 58-Lots For Sal.Waterfront his department's budget open map
Teiaco I.c. P. 0so. factory a deal more
I great moneyto
... SHARE OF THE also locates at a glance the complete assembly and launch
I'''. Ft 101, Phont EO Wreck 5,5110TneuDe the for and appropriation requests and
71'11.' .__ Lot. RETAIL FOOD DOLLAR I states eduCition. for educational facilities for ballistics and spacecraft storage and fuel stations .
Front and el"gnrfient Venderb I..." Idaho I broaden its programs to give handling granti for of missiles
TEXACO INC. l&tltctti'( floss 1 .) landing strip delivery complete and a
Motor Overhaul tot I. block L unit, I elementary schools more help to the states. The Secretary of .
winvti data The
vast
For I.... hgh potential 1 Bay Lot I. Block J. unit I a would also be on hand to advise array gathering equipment. nerve centerof
Transmission rebuiltLubrceton and of
Station now *n operation in IS.500 cath for both lott Phone SOC: A oiLAST set up a Department the Cape .is the Central Control building From here
Nopltt P 1'raeouralnlon d. tIe I J
.nd financial *M stance avail are>os Avenue matters.
In the President's Cabinet.
.bit. For information contact Polish 4 Wi Phone 10 7154 MONTHS, 1N3 tary
i/4 lOtPORT sSe EPC recommends that the --- -- --- --
Don Abernethy Teiace Inc, Don look *ny further SIc Linking the need for more
... O. 10' IOU Ft 101,.,., Set ROYAL 6,0622.. GilMo I federal funds to the categorical Secretary annually prepare for
Phone EO Mill. */f ft Dr Far Sale or TrtdeWrite .
ve
Chevrolet Inc. 2120 Pant dOc commission states the President a "Report on the
Ingram C J Herbert programs 'JLi.; O.r
Invetlmtnt Fitld Enterprise Road Oar.... .Conn State of the Unln In Educa IVM.f.NATURE
tSOOO I7MO or 110000 con double 110 SOIl St. N. Ml t DOS :
or trplo, in relatively then Maple '1.Mobile .. 40c More federal funds are tion." This should be submit

period quell action Cl matte Suitable condition partn force 59AcreageDITRCSSII )6c necessary because educationalcosts ted to the Congress. which Is

1 fr, inOitOrI Coil.., County Contact N.ws.boo bill 1137-btI "- Homes Owner needtmontyl are rising because local mainly responsible for providing GAL D
J650 total I
10 .C' the needed for educational -
taxes no longer can money
10 I I 9.0 Skyljne 1yalr. AuCondltonlIll price Collier County Red El property
7 Cats Pets R..on.III. brcan't late Ml I Mil. Open' Sundays 27c be relied upon to provide adequately. programs. Such a report -
-Dogs -
0' lor",.. lOll 2 nao 0' lOll 1/20 If could focus educational 8.wee
A. LkBajtllla
.6341.. 1111.11 By no
ARC male' Grtat Done I mos 40 acres on paced road city
ol*. Mutt tell at once Will, Close Ettttal' Trailer wth cabana water, electric' telephone. : I'M "Elementary schools do not debate on Issues with which the
accept any ofler over (100 or and or per 16c: national Congress Is competentto
75'oo,7t "Mrr LOwmE send rockets to the moon-at
will contider tradt. Ml 2 "96. best offer .n a. .CCK ,..
"IU 413 111.110lOMltTHINO(th Avt South Ml 1.5121 f I ISA500T least, not directly. But what deal. June may be marriage month During the next month when

45-Trailers For Ren' DIFFERENT. IN' happens In kindergarten may Many educators fear partisan for hum ana, but for wildlife It's our Whitehall baby will steep)and

13-Help Want. Femalecopo..cod.tcO..tAnayO ACREAGE. largely determine whether a Intervention and federal baby time Here at our Adi r on. nurse, the young gosling will
Trailer |l e week. with, TV. control of education under a
lID a wtak. Spacet U a week NOW (mile aero from tracts US located 41. dark lodge there 1* a doe with grow like mushroom With thep..nt.
PU ,S.rb.cus lOll 0 1996. Applyalto Rock Creek. Trailer, Park Drive lutt one on to thio property'with tiff rOIK ICI HUB Secretary of Education. [hot new-born fawn In the back yard, always beside them,the,
3 ym Ott I/Z' your own car ond compare it or FOOO thAN EPC thinks that the fears are two proud Canada geeMWtlhfour are busy paddling around the lake.
Secretary wanted Mutt have .,.,..t any otherl Only (1(
Thomas Dawson alert
because of the our waterfront The yellowish puff-balls
Real Ettate enptnence Short. For Rent down full price (711 For overdrawn goslings along
II..I Write retume of 48-Aptt. further Information contact: TilE FARMER'S SHARE-In existing decentralization of and assorted families of robins bob and bounce lobe blob of It,.

qualifcationt, to P. O. So' 17)7A 1/0 IOU .- IIUG D I' Jones EnterpritM' lncMIdway III but one c a tee o r y-ice Receives Award swallow snowshoe hares rofoam on the wave*. They Ilk
.10. IfIO.StO00r.nCod ,... 1 1340. P 0. Bo 171 education In this country now, barn ,
,.. Effc
'w I lid'''' apts cream-the farmer's share beach whr
and black. to com on our
E waitretstt .t Be. cies TV Air Cond 741 OtIs At Air Base'bLYTHEVlLLE. and sees "little danger that chlpmunka, myrtle up
roni s ansI aunt I. S.. Hti.iraronl Avo So Ml 14748 ,, .c" of the retail food dollar has burntan warbUrslnthewoodland. they peck at leeds and t nI'we
4ft494 iMdroom furnished .". ,Twui- '62-Buoiness' PropertyKelly decreased: The U.s. Department Ark.-Airman a shift In the federal administrative throw them Such ctnfld>rrre III

Wut,... wanted tor mack barr t74 995 Granada blvd of Agriculture hat com. structure would under W* found the fawn by chance due to the fact that these geese
r and lounft. Mutt b. 21 yrt. Ml .U Rd. Butinett Frentas.Dotter. Second Class Thomas W. mine and local control. .
iMM 5/IStI toy tell See ttiu prop.erty pared the 1057-59 average state after Us mother had twice itamp.d were brought to Big Moos Lake

BEDROOM APT GREEN UNFURNISHED ACRES Ml end H. I.b LU"a bargain 421 N'. Hh tOd.lfis with the last three months of Dawson Ion of Larry L. Dawson "It is 01 first Importance that angrily pllllnr cars Instead by the Conservation Departmentlast

14-Help Wanted Male J-2990 _IIU tfrurmtned '/ 16 1963 as shown on the News- of 808 Myrtle Terr. Naples the Congress not become invol- of running away, and had beenseen summer Wlng.cllpped so

Z b'oom, "n.h.d fclvcy" chart. has been selected Outstanding ved in of curriculum skulking all week In one couldn't fly they had
apt No pol. 0' chIII, ,... lOll TraIl Frentae. SZI 0 front questions they away,
Truck worh' driver In d.y..wanted and for .route..t., 2 UII 0' Ml I ,..,,, I/ltf f_. I.tseen N.pl.. end, Mar'Ce Maintenance Man of (textbooks and the like)and per area. By careful, cautious to make the lake their home.It .
Celler C.
cond"'Onnl. oorP Contact My.ohs. I bedroom spirtmen .Real.I..d, (.t.t.Turnoff. Ml t.JSI.. Open the Month In his Strategic Air sonnelldmlnist ration'" arching, we found the tiny spotted 1* hoped other wild ones will
.. .
I. P. G. MI 0 4531. !. Hu0 living room SteP cuddled beside a big
"U5.Elp.ro.ncod. and beth MI' 3691 t/H,tftlicenciet Sunday I/I.wI Johnny Williams Command (SAC) squadron at fellow Join the group. Now that babies
en
osrvcsot.' ton attendent oT Blythevllle AFB Ark. tump. lie lay absolutely motion. have arrived, It I.I almost cor.
Over II 1. with reler (Month IRIS Day MOTEL Weak Ml Completes CourseIn Airman Dawson a weapons less and silent aaw*crept by.Of tain they'll return a* adult and
Draw
Real Estate Vets Can't
encet MI ] (121 ""It' 65-Gen. not
22)0 or Ml HISS mechanic was chosen for the course, w* left quickly ao as start a regular colony.In .

Owners. Itrio furnished, elf. TRADE DR SELL Signal CorpsPvt. honor in recognition of his exemplary Both Pension And to frighten pr enrage the do*. the late spring twilights, we
Available A" condo StonecraftAptt 70 wooded deer family
16-Help ciency Tampa Area large Protective mothers often see snowshoe babies hop out
Ml I 4IM or Ml 2> 2Sibal Tampa Bay ion conduct and duty per
toll overlooking
C. William
Johnny be vicious analUants.
Dixon Included can lawn end teeter
.
,., Active on the green
U nun nb..d 'lady .v triet potition Will, trade for property In ColI Pay -
Shorn ApU.VEAR of Mrs. Dorothy L. Williams formance. He is assigned to
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at companion houtikeep' I 10.' or Lee Co Collier County totter In play. Born fullyJurred
5,. Encallent Profer chu.ctsr.t.. ,.. ,.. ROUND LIVING .Real Etlatt Ml 2.1969.. Open tmmokale, completed a 15.week the 65th: Munitions Maintenance M.T. Dtxon director of the and welUcoordlnated, they can
enctt ltvtng MIdway Moll.'.. one bedroom and officiency I/I.wt
I 7551 612,1123Misc. Aptt furnithed TV "Sundays radio teletype operation court, Squadron which supports the Florida Department of Veterans DISCREET DISTANCEA walk right after birth. "U.

cable ,.. Monthly er year 113 13th S,. .... He-er 2 June 12, at the Army South SAC mission of keeping the na Affairs announced today deer mother seldom stays verets," a* the little hares are

For Salt round',.co Ml Ave I 41JS Kelly ",SPY. and If bedroom, 1 both, oirra foltot eastern Signal School, Fort Gore tion's Intercontinental missiles that pension compensation or close to her youngster aoaanot called, grow very fast, They
In Utility, lerge Florida room, Ion, Ga. attention. She make*f re.
and bombers on constant to draw nurse for four VteKl. then begin -
jet retirement be
I "'.,. e.l y.onn' 1 typo 49 Houses For Rent good ttoroae, carport. Near Williams was trained to use pay cannot paidto quent visits during the day for feeding on tender vegetation.By .
wood ondoos, w'h, ..cr.vto.0a Lois fork School. $$ 5.600. alert. a veteran on account of hU
radio transmitters and receiversand
U" I 51" Eacoll.nt con. of nursing and washing, and may this time mother no longer Is
d.tOn., MI 2 1330 6/lISt GOING ON VACATIONS 51. 13th Ave. So. bedroom. teletypewriter equipment The airman U a graduate own military service for any spend the night with the fawn. needed and she may, intact,soon

Poser 50i'7 "'.' lee "I. cheapML2 S COTTAGE ELECTRIC_SLEEPS KITCM 2 largo I porch, gorogo log both voice and Mora code.: Spring Garden High School In period for which he received' Deer milk, like reindeer milk, give birth to another litter of 1*.

616.39Ul1i11ffl |EN- AVAILABLE'LL BY WEEK Hoot'hL Air. $1,800.. Catl h The 19.year.old Soldier en Chatham Va. active service pay. U extremely rich. It has three vereta.

OR MONTH IN NORTH CARD $900. Down $12 5. p.' *o.th tered the Army In November -- However Dixon points out time more fat and protein than Spring 1* a wonderful time for

L.NA -Ml J7M 2117 FT ILfV..TIONCALL : 1110' .?. with tai and In*. f H It.. 1963 and completed basic com. that reservists may waive pension a Jersey cowl Because of this young thing, provided there I*
KMWYOUHDRMR'S c;.: bat training at Fort JackionS.C. Name Mike GrimmAs concentration the fawn only
Moorinl OnfurniThedTtarlyrenttl compensation, or retirement high enough food and the Insect are
I LICENSE 1672 Jewel Bn Av*. WeIss'front He la a 1963 fraduate of suckle small amounts
Pool Pitio I bedroom2H for period of needs to mil too Mvere. Luckily, most
DURiNG YOUR Jmm bath 177SOO a month. oowall, control hoot 8 Northampton County High SchoolIn Patrolman On pay any
I ,
a Urn The baby usually nursesfor wildlife babies Ire hardy and can
for
available now option to pur air. 2 bedroom, 2 bath,. training which active service -
MONTH r ctrat*. .or.... $19,950. Mov Machlpongo Va. Police DepartmentMIKE pay U paid. two months while h* I is slowly withstand rain and cold, bug and
eMch.
Two blockt from beach com I ., tell. In the period of being weaned to grasses, brows fright. Such thing are soon
pletcly furnitnod, yearly 'rental computing and wild frulta. By the autumn, forgotten In play a* a fawn fro.
) bedroom t bath SIlO 00 a 1158 Mandarin Rd., 3 It...- Burglars Break time for which compensation most deer babies are on their lies through the ferns, the bun.

WONDERWHERE month. available Novtmbtr Itt room, 2 bathi control neoti must be waived Dixon says It own as far as feeding although rile bounce between the bram.

Chariot Co.. Realtor. The Holl air, porch carport.Attuma $200 Window For I is necessary to Include any authorized acme have been known to nurse tie, and goslings gild among th*
210 Fourth Ave South No doting coilt.
day morfgoga time for which service for six mOllthl.Liquid. watrlllle .
Naplet. Ml 2 i7 t/IIM $1.500. Dawn. $ Man.
Item Worth $27
} bdrm cottaio completely fur Ing, Mutt Sell. pay and allowances are '
sepal, 2 blouSe from b.och, paid. Therefore ifs reservist
Burglars late Saturday night ,
3 bIbs front Aoalabla srtlD.c.
I. Ml r'.I. 8/tIlt 145 Sob St ..... 3 bedroomt broke a $200 plate glass window U ordered to active duty for

TO FIND 2 cable bedroom available house. furn Adults,shed only TV goad 1 bath Invtttmont, fireplace $12,9 carport SO. at Blgleys, Inc., In the Naples training for a specified number Assets Up 6 % ; I

Ml 24702 t/lltf Chopping Center on the north of days and the orders

2 bdrm cottage completely fur 450 16It. Ave. So. Aqualan Trail to steal a $27 tape record. authorize travel time, but do

a buyer for your thed"from 2 bikt.' Available from,' beach until,I 2 bedroomt 2 both*, centril er In the show window. A num. not :specify the number of days
blkt '
car, or a lowing ma- Dec I Ml p'1 4011 I/I M heat & air garago. water- her of other Items of value In the allowed it will be necessary Seen As Aid To BusinessNEW
front. $11.560. window were unmolested.The .
chin to buy or tome- F bdm ,",n"holl O. unfu' to verify the nunlher of daysfor
nithed Pouts w.th carport on window was broken some
one to clean your private MI lOll.,tale Call AndtrtmVEWT 1/Itt. 971 'lth S.. No., 3 bedroom time between the hour of mid. which he received active YORK (AP) U your a* well a* government and

2 bath, largo parch garage. service and allowances"so bills In and about monthly payments that
home read ,. night Saturday night and 6t3I pay keep pouring your
? Juit and Gu..' hou... compl..I ru '
noSed I blacb from baseS Cell hoof 81 .1,. 17500. SaOO. o'clock Sunday morning. : :# the veteransadmlnlstratloncan debt seem to go only one way tend to rise a* personal income

u.e our Ml 11071 "I II Dawn (115. month with tea take the correct action on the -up-!here's a happy thought does
1 in*. FHA. N. clotlngteiH. Million of fainlle have both
CLASSIFIED ADS ROOMY 4 BR 2 Bathunfurnithed waiver. from a cold statistics
24 miles In
hems on large lot Only square and dents of
CALL ,. Pine, Rdfje,' Enjoy elbowroom 1270 11th $1. ...., 3 bedroom. area, San Marino Italy litu The veteran will he required The public's liquid assets this savings course.
in thit beauty fool re. 2 both. $1.500. D.wn.110.>. year have Increased 6.6 per Others may be strongest in
ated on the slopes of the id.A/, to waive his compensation
THE DAILY NEWS dacorated and available at only debts Some are above the aver
IIM/mo Contoct William I. Right In. No aualifying. Apennines I Mountains Isworld's for the entire period for which cent.And
,
Stone Inc H Tenth) It. No $107. _,fhwtth tax and I... liquid assets, lest you age In liquid asset*.
Ml. 2-2107 Ml 21711 l/IOff smallest republic. --- pay was received regard- Jump to the wrong conclusion, But Just .. totals, the personal

I bdrm 2 satn tpaciout home Lot 25, Black 9, Royal Horboioverlooking less of the number of days are regarded as a very sober financial assets of American

TO PLACE YOUR AD w.th Florida Rm Landscape, bay, seawall.Catt PUBLIC NOTICITO of training specified In his or and solid part of the nation's top the personal debt by a
All furn incl drapes linens
IV. Close, In ideal for summer $0 500. tocrific 16,950 economy. comfortable fIgure, a* I"
vacationers or people waiting. ALL PERSONS WHOMIT ders.Dixon a visit to the. Bankera define liquid assets pressed In current market
for home By month' until Lot I. 17th Ave. S. Aouolone MAY CONCERN:. : GRIMM suggests
Jan .I. ADULTS ONLY Ml The vno'art'I"oII kit Mta1 her Ao-. county service officeror writ SB the public's holdings of value
7. M3I IIP 6tU78 1 waterfront c.* $1.500. P'coton for Final schargt ase time In TIle asset swelled by $44 bll.
deposits com.
Mike Grimm, 14, a gradual P.P. [ox 1437 St. Petersburg money
tocf.fic J4.250. .tcutri> of the Lest Will of Perry
186) and the debt
urn In
Available at once at I N.IICI,.... 2 MacKaSturfte. toccata and will, I 1>f the Naples High School In Fla. If iiiorr Information is de. merclal and mutual savings lion byI237B
baths. Near Lake Park School Lot 33, Banyan Bl.d High' on the Win Icy at June. 144 epolyto US*, has been appoint to the bank, postal savings, savings billion.
Ills unfurnished, the County JuOt at Cell.rCaunty sired. and loan shares U.S. savings The Increase In personal liquid
lot overlooking. Cull. Socn. Floriao for o FInal On 1 topIcs Police Department by ,
1650 Ma'.dar lice J 15,950.VINCE ihar5s 01 Ouch r..cut". I I:bit( at Police Ben S. Caruther bonds, the government securl. asset show that people have
I bdrmo. I ,.to. 17Jr p., "me. FRANCIS 5 $TUOI0Na ind started Ms dull Washout ties maturing within one year. the wherewithal to spend on
I ** as s
24. Jan 2 0. 24. OWl 1102 pa. Bridge
CONBOY what they want this summer U
I I irolman her yesterday. H* wash You have other assets, doubt. ,

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, June 16. 1961,
Dr. Franklin Jap Quake'


Not Big Enough Board Thinks Retires From

School PostDr. Loss InMillions


Committee To Study Offers John Franklin who has

been devoting half time to the

county as school psychologisthas
and ended his
resigned
with the school TOKYO (AP-A giant earth.

By Marco Island DevelopersThe hl contract June 18.Or. system tered quake set buildings off fires today and In shat.the

however will
Franklin Important industrial commer.
l continue on a half-time basisas clal city\ of Nilgata In northern
Marco Island Development mendatlon of the State Depart. ber, advised Vensel that another t pyschologlst with the Coun- Japan. Property damage was
Corporation officials offered as a ment of Eudcation, according to developer was offering school ty Health Department estimated In the millions.
gift to the County School Board board memgers, that an ele. sites with IS acres, "and it "In 1946 I took over as director Loss of life in the city was not
yesterday four 12.acre altos for menlary school site should havea wouldn't be fair to accept 12 of the pyschology department fully determined, but for the en.
elementary schools on Man o Is. minimum of IS acres. acres from your 'orporatlon.' for the city of De- tire stricken area it was given
land, and an additional eight acres James Vensel, architectural Vensel countered with the In. troit. There were 12 as 21 dead and 108 injured.
to co with the Tommy Bar field glneer for the corporation, saidIn formation the Marro Island sites T employees The temblor strongest In
In the Twelve
School 10-acre site.The a recent situation in another presently were mostly mangrove department. Japan since the catastrophic
board held back acceptance engineer for the corporatlon.said swamps and much fill\ will be r years later there were 25 employees quake of 1923 wiped out Tokyo
of the gift and appointed a 12 acres, and that was the reason needed to produce building sites. tt and I had reached the and Yokohama-hit a vast area
committee to study the offer comparable sites were offered to He estimated the cost at about age of 60, and 1 thought It was of the main Japanese Island of
Reluctance to accept the school the local board on Marco Island.E $3,000 per acre. Venal said time to turn the departmentover Honshu at 1:01 p.m.
sites was based upon a rerom. George Rogers,board mem. upland grants were less expen. i to younger hands," said Sending a massive ground

slve.The 1 Dr. Franklin. wave through 10 northern pre.
discussion on school sites Then In February 1958 he lectures with a total populationof
School Board Gives Nod followed a presentation of a map assumed duties w lth the schoolsIn IS million It left behind a

of the Island by Norman Herren -- ,-- -. -- Collier County. "The enrollment trail of dead and suffering,
I of the Collier Corp Herren want.
ed the board to accept the survey ONLY LIMITED by their ability\ to see. visitors to the Florida Pavilionat was less than 2,000 flaming industrial installations,

map as official for the Island, the New York World's Fair cluster around from morning 'til nightto students" he said. "Now the broken ugly highways fissures! In and the railwaysand
To Teacher Clerical Aid stating earlier surveys were In. watch and chuck at the feathered thespians from Caribbean Gar- enrollment exceeds 5,000 anda country

accurate. He told the board that dens, who swim and dive pick flowers, dance play piano and perform pyschologlst devoting only side.Word from Nilgata remained
.5 report of the Teacher Aid gested department heads be appointed the County Commission had various amusing antics. The seven act road r.hotroupe from Naples'30acre half time to this tremendous fragmentary tonight But an
Committee recommendingclerical to lift the load of administrative accepted the latest survey as showplace was lecently described by a TV tap unit which population Is unfair to the students emergency telecast from the

help and classroom aid departmentalduties official. recorded the show for later televising as the top children's amusementat Then I am older, andIt stricken city showed I blazing oil
for teachers was studied by the from the class room board The for maps study.Accompanying were. left with the the Fair Duck Vaudeville showmen Clint Goldie and Joel Kupeiberg Is again time to turn the duties tanks, a destroyed bridge and
County School Board at yesterday's teacher. over to younger hands. an eleht.storhospital tiltingon
Herren were El. have noticed that the show does appeal to children from eight to
Its
session and In "With the amountof shattered foundation.
approved Increasing llott Markle. vice president of eighty. The show's popularity is such that Florida \Vorld's Fair "My resignation win enable Explosions could be heard In
principle. audio-visual and technical the board
the MIDCj; M.R. Matthews, bust. Authority officials have askod Gardens' owner Julius Fleischmann to to employ a full time the background as the pictures
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the school
In
County Superintendent W.D. equipment system man, he said.Working .
of ness manager; and Ceoi ge tlun. I permit the quacky act to remain for the balance of the Fair. Negotiations flashed on screens In Tokyo.
and the
Reynolds Naples Senior development a cen- toon of the Collier Development for the health department -
towards this end presently under Shortage of water made It
High School Principal Wallace tral bank and are way and
county storage Corporation. only, on a part Impossible to fight names from
Woodruff were directed to maintenance department would The board will\ hold a special time basis. Dr. Franklin said burning oil tanks There was
"work out details" which Is also result In Increased teach- meeting next Monday to study Burns 131 Forest FiresIn he will have more time for fear that oil spreading over the
to Include a number of addi- er-efficiency," another part of the survey map and the offer for Holley Around leisure and to permit some waterfront and lowland areas
tional employees and the add- the report read.A school sites Collier County private practice. might ignite
ed costs. final recommendation In Superintendent W.D. Reynolds, Flay Ruling On Besides Migata, the hardest
Their report will be made the report endorsed Increased Board Chairman Leo Checkering, Since January 1 hit cities were Murakami, Ml.

next Monday at a special meetIng cooperation among the superintendent and School Attorney Ben Parks 1Sf A cumulative total shows 131 Board ApprovesNew zuhara, Mltsuke, and Tovosaka.
1 when the board will get the the board and were named as the committee RedistrictingTALLAHASSEE fires battled by the County Fire, Damage was not as heavy as

first look at the 1964-65 school the faculties of the Collier Control Unit of the Forest Ser. in Nilgata which was without
budget.!.: County Schools (AP) Both vice since January I, R.C, Hill, Teachers, gas, water, electricity or
Democratic and Republl. District Forester normal telegraph and telephone
i The committee recommended The Teacher Aid Committeewas BX THE ASSOCIATED PRESS reports.
can nominees for governor of About 2,600 acres of forest communications.
that a clerical assistant comprised of Robert Mort- Weather Review Florida took Issue today with area were burned over In the ResignationsUpon In the northern area the total
NEW DELHI India AP) -
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in the administrative office land chairman, June Bremerman the U.S. Supreme Courts ruling Communist China, has removed blazes. Rainfall in the five. of houses destroyed was listed
I handle record-keeping on attendance William J, Cunningham Mas. Min. Rain that both houses of state legislatures its top military political com month period was reported at recommendations by at 371 with 823: others damaged
I and grades. It also Clinton F. Smith and I-Ierma June' 87 72 0.30 must be as nearly as mander in Tibet, it was reported 13.08 Inches In May the unit Supt. W.D. Reynolds the follow 138 slightly damaged and sev.
: recommended that classroom C. Williams all members of June 7 87 75 0.70 practicable based on population.The today.A fought 23 fires which burned over ing appointments have been made eral hundred flooded at Ir.t.
aides be hired to grade long the Naples Senior High School. June' 87 72 0.11 Democratic nominee spokesman for Tibetan ex. 229 acres. by the School Board: Edith S. floor level. V
thwnes for mechanics and pro- If the recommendations are June' 90 72 0.00 Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack. ties in India said new refugeesfrom The report shows that four of the Abernathle and Jeanne Downs, Five bridges were wash'j t
vide more time for teachersto Implemented they will be limit June 10 90 69 sonvllle\ said that at least one Tibet reported that Gen 131 fires were caused by camp. teachers at Shadowlawn Elemen. away, the railways were cut In
0.00 tary Lei R. Marshall, teacherat 24 and .
study needs of students and ed next school year to the Naples House should be made up on the Chang Kuo Hwa dropped from fires. Twnety.seven fires were ; places highways damaged
June 11 90 70 O.SO Sea Gate Flora Dell Settles at 24 .
caused by smoking 38 by debris ; plac'es.Rachael
I make recommendations for Im Senior High School basis of geographic, economicand sight about February. ;
June 12 93 teacher at Tommie Bartleld.Mer.
71 0.00 burning, 60 were said to be
other There have been
provements.The which Is to serve as a pilot pertinent factors. rumors for rill\ J. Edwards 1m.mokalee .
DiU supplied by C committee reports sug school. Even the Congress or the Unit. for general been, laneous. high; and Karen Oakley, Wilson
liquidated Soviet Ideological
.ed States is not based on popu. pro teacher, Immokalee elementary.Other .
leanlnes.
latlon in both houses, he said. appointments Included

(2 O O O O O O O O O s "I believe that better representation LONDON (AP) H.M.S. Six Die When James R. Adams, attorney for Will Attend
would come from one Dreadnought, Britain's first nu. the board; Charles S. Murphy,
0 house representing the geographic clear powered submarine, will! custodian at Tommie Barfield; NEA ConventionMiss
economic and other visit the United States this Bus Hits GapIn and Horace H. Wright and M.M.
pertinent factors with represen. month and go on maneuvers Smith, custodians at Immokalee Rachael Wilson, sixth
tatlon In the other house based with the U.S. Navy, the Defense Lake high. grade teacher in the Everglades!
0 purely on population," Bur, n a Ministry said today. BridgeNEW The resignations of Jesse C. Elementary School, has been ap-
NOTICE said BUENOS AiR s ORLEANS, La. (AP-Holbrook, Jr., Carlos F. Guts, pointed voting delegate to the National
Argentina
Two teachers at Naples Senior High; Education Association con.
In campaigning for governor, (AP)-Argentine labor leaders barges smashed a gap In
which will Seattle
the world's Shirley B. Rettew, teacher at ventlon meet ,
Burns said he was opposed to have postponed a 24-hour sit-in longest bridge be.
MildredC. Wash. June 27 3.
fore dawn and Naples Junior High; and to July
today a Trail.
the 43.senator 112representa. strike at the nation's factoriesIn bus Llphart, teacher at Lake Park, Miss Wilson left Everglades
tlve plan on which the Florida hopes of discussing labor Is. ways plunged over the
edge Into Lake Pontchartraln were accepted by the board. motor car on June 0, ac.
Legislature currently Is elected..sues with President Arturo Illla. her sister Mrs.
0 killing six passengers. Robert A, Kennedy was trans. companied by ,
0 Rep Charles Holley of St. COPENHAGEN (AP) Pre- Divers recovered some of the ferred as a teacher from Naples G.E. Whltmore. They will Jour.
Petersburg, the Republican mier Khrushchev arrived In Co. bodies from the bus, submergedIn Junior High to Naples Senloi ney to Huntington. W.Va.. where
TO ALL nominee, said that the court's pentagon today at the start of about IS! feet of the brackish High; Beryl C. Finley and Mar.,I they will join a group of edu.
0 ruling means "that all leglsla. a three-week visit to Scandinavia water, A Coast Guard hellcop.ter garet Ann Gates were transfer.> cators on June 19, and board a
tures of all states are wron(." and received a friendly but rescued one man and red from teachers at Naples Sen. chartered bus bound for the
0 He questioned the validity of low.keyed reception from thin plucked another body from the lor High to the Junior High. Seattle meeting
the court's opinion and said that crowds of Danes. lake During the 28 days of travel
the states might make a new The lack luster atmospherewas The bus driver was one of two they will visit Gla ler National
drive to amend the federal Con. In striking contrast to the survivors. Five bodies were re. Looked StrangeFor Park, Lake Louise and Banff,
stltutlon to remove state legls-,boisterous crowds which howled covered. One body was trappedIn Canada; Yellow Stone Park and
Owners lathe apportionment from the enthusiasm for Khrushchev on the bus wreckage. Man To Climb other spots In northern United

Property federal court's jurisdiction. his recent visit to Egypt The heavy barges, one loaded Into Car Trunk States While in Seattle they will
-- with gravel and the other witha take a boat trip up Puget Soundto
", r wre big dredge, knocked down CULVER CITY, Calif. (AP- Victoria, British Columbia.
about 200 feet of the causewaya It looked suspicious to a woman They will return to Evergladesabout
low bridge resembling a passerby in the bank parkinglot. August Hi.
f highway on stilts. .
The causeway extends 24 First a man clutching a hand. Studies
miles from New Orleans north ful of money ran out of the bank Bryant
in climbed into the trunk of a
across the lake. Cause of the
0 collision was not Immediately parked car and slammed the lid Federal Youth

0Q determined.The shut.Then
out of the bank came
of the dead
f Identity was
e not immediately learned. bank employes, yelling for po Training Plan

The bus driver, Ernest Vaughof lice.When
Jackson, Miss., was reportedin officers arrived, the TALLAHASSEE (AP) Cov.
Collier County critical rendition at a New woman related what she had Farris Bryant told the Cabinet
Orleans hospital.The seen. today he Is reviewing a proposal
n t. barges, pushed by the Out of the trunk they flushed from the U.S. Department of
towboat Rebel Jr., Jammed the Wilford Lawrence Taylor, 23, Labor to have a federally financed .
i auseway about eight miles along with a pistol and $1,930.He youth training! programIn
from the New Orleans end. offered no resistance. Florida.


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