The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Teacher Back Home School AgendaA 1'Il Senate Considered 't a ;

special meeting of the Court ( 125 Amendments To'J ltbt NtttJ
ty School Board will be held al (
Civil Rights Bill ,
10M a.m. Monda, June 22, tc itr ecu v
Hilary Hartter Has Praise consider l.Mlnutes.the fol'owing: Senate WASHINGTON onslclere1(AP 125) -amend.The

:\ppolntments and resigns, ments to the "nil rights bill Sunday, June 21, 1964
during Its rrui ,ithoi" debate on
3.Marco Island DevelopmentC'rporatlon the measure, nearl all of them
For Japanese EducationBY school sites propo. offered Southern enators
ails Rejects I were 113 and 12 we readopted

4.Rerelve various bids
VICTORINE MURPHY .Consld r changingsupervl.. Vote on all but etc of the
sor's salan schedule base from proposals came after the de.
Just arrived from a two years 11 months to 10 months to coin bate-llmlting doture rule was
teaching assignment In Japan eld* with principals.e )to Invoked June 10. s +
and vacationing In Naples at the : !' of SACS Interim via The major amendment adopt.
home of her parents, Mr. and i nation by Mrs. Barker. ed would
Guarantee a Jury trial In
Mrs. William Hartter,349 Broad Derision on board's propo
sal to) give $10,000 to Lee Court. criminal ioiitemt of court
Avenue North attractive
Hilary under all titles of +
cases risInj
construction j
q) tc be used for
Hartter has nothing but high
pur; sfl at Edison Junior Col the bill except voting rights.
praise for Japanese educational lege. JACQUELYN HOOKER Such cases would Involve 1
standards. g.\pprove and pay bills. charges of failure to comply
A teacher In the Armed For Recess for lunch. Jacquelyn Hooker with Injunctions obtained under
ces School for Dependents In 1130 P.M. these provisions.

foreign lands, Hilary leaves In ssa lr'M Review and approve tent.ltl'e.C'hool Wins Promotion; Ensure that a person would
August to take up a new teach p budget for 1964.65 school not be tried for criminal con.
With WAF tempt; and also fare criminal
Wethersfleld Serving
Ing post at Eng year
land 35 miles north of London. 2. Adjourn. charges based on the same set
Jacquelyn A, Hooker a graduate of facts.
"Japan Is very progressivenation of Naples High School, has L4/
and I found the people been promoted to airman second

extremely couneous and hospitable Wishes Fathers' class at the Lackland Air Force Variety Show,
," said the graduate of Naples
Base San Antonio Tex
High School In the class of Problems As SimpleAs Word of the 19yearoldAFs Dance To Be Held

1955 and the first president of Movies Seem rise In rank was received this At Tahitian CoveA
the school's Beta Club. week her Mr, and
by parents
dance and variety
"Two years Is a short time Is Father's Day, and one ofAmerica's Mrs. John 0, Hooker, 416 First bath and
show for teenagers
perhaps In which to make a thor fathers North.Jacquelyn
most famous .
Avenue adults will be held at the Tahitian -
ough study of Japanese educational Fred MacMurray has this observation enlisted last July Cove auditorium on the nightsof

methods but It was long enoughto : In the U.S Air Force for a per July 3 and 4, starting at 7:30
permit some very definite con- "If only a father's problemswith iod of three years. Since receiving o'clock each evening.
clusions," she said. his children could be her basic training she has Music will be provided by The
"I found that only averysmaU solved as simply and as neatly been stationed at the Lack Jesters and The Echos, both
of people today as they are in family situation A dance
percentage Japanese television land base and Is attached to the Naples combos square
are Illiterate. Young peopleare comedies on In midst of 3700th Personnel Processing [croup will also perform
Fred paused the
la beingsponsored
tremendously Interested In The twonlght event
filming Ms fifth year of "My Squad ron.
of local
education and In acquiring a by a group
has been student
Three Sons" to contemplate the Jacquelyn a
affair -
businessmen who hope the
of the
knowledge English speak- differences."Oh Iq Naples schools since the flftl for teen-agers and adults

ing language. It seems like a cinch, grade, her mother stated. will become a regular local at.
the way the script boys work It
FEW FLUNK"I out," he reflected. "One of my first affair
will be the
also discovered that their ATTIRED in a Japanese mamasan apron, attractive sons gets a problem and comesto This Tahitian
scheduled al the new
system of education differs vast Hilaiy Hartter proudly displays a Samuri doll me with It. I'm very sage PET DOCTORly Cove auditorium, which has a

ly from ours. Very few studentsever one of the many mementos she brought back from and helpful, but of course I A, W. Malls, D,V.M, capacity: of about 200.
flunk out of college the first the Orient following a two-year teaching assign leave It up to him to find his I h r.

year. Why Is this? Well, the ment in Japan A graduate of Naples High School own solution And he does-ell 1 1In FAKAHATCIIEE urged Mrs. Ben
the space of less than a half. "SAVE THE ,
average student when he finishes and the school's first Beta Club president, Hilary hour \ First Baptist to the Rotary Club Wednesday,
Parks speaking
high school takes from one is cunently vacationing at the home of her parents "At home it's a different WMU Wins AwardThe The speaker, is championing a drive by the JuniorWoman's
to two years studying for his Mr. and Mrs. William lIartter, 349 Broad matter. I'm nut all that cage the 10,000 to 45,000
college board exams. This ser- Avenue North In August she leaves for Englandto and thoughtful In fact, I get WMU of the First Bap. Club to acquire recreational
ious determination on their pinto assume a new teaching post in the Armed Forces mad a lot more easily. And I sal Church of Naples has been acres i II the strand for an
Improve themselves and to be School at Wethersfleld. (NEWS photo) don't get anything solved In warded a citation for dlstln. park "It offers hunting, fishing, camping, pic-
assured of a good education Is half an hour, believe me." (;ulshed service according to nicking, hiking boating, historical sites, nature
one of the remarkable things States, Viet Nam and Kashmir.Of elementary teacher said It was Fred and his late first wife irs James Walker president study and pleasure driving, serving all purposes of
about the young Japanese population all the countries she visited hard to learn the Japanese lang- were parents of a daughter and of the group. outdoor recreation," said Mrs Parks.
today." Hilary found educational and uage because the Japanese only son. He and June Haver adopt. The local church was one of (McGrath photo)
Bd twin girls, now 8. Then there 1,000 to receive the award among
Last summer Hilary spent living standards the lowest In the wanto speak English with Am- -
Con. churches In
Is his television tribe: Tim the 22,000 Baptist
more than two months visiting Philippines. While Japan Is by ericans "They are filled with sldtne, Don Grady and Stanley he country County AgendaThe
eight foreign countries and far the most progressive nation enthusiasm for everything about Livingstone.

observing at close hand various she said hospital standardsIn America and Americans. It's Fred said that being a famous eoh1EDf agenda for Tuesday's H:0 .m.-- Presentation of
educational methods. Among the that country were predoml'- hard to get them to speak Japan father can present special dlf. Weather Review r leetlng of the County Commls- Plwst Moorings Unit 6| Stor-

countries she visited were the nantly "low". ese because they are so Intenton 'iculiles. iRlS Max Mm. Rain j Ion will be as follows ter Subdivision &Coconut Creek
Philippines, India the Malay The dark-haired brown-eyed learning everything about the "It's not so much a problemIn 1une 13 94 70 0,00 9:00 a.m.--Readlng of board Unit 4.ilnutes. ,
English tongue." Hollywood," he said, "but Ht30 a.m.-General business
92 69 0.00
June 14 r .
have mol Hamster.
the: kids can find It bothersome Q I a
-Junior Editors Quiz onREADING TEACHERS IN DEMAND M the outside to be known as I woo wondering if it Is all right 1une 15 90 68 0,00Lin 9:15 sm.-Report of county and 12 correspondence.noon-Recess "Ir lunch.
movie star's child. My son 16 90 71 0.08 eJune :nglneer. .
mole Hamster 'for lire
There demand for to vi* s a of
.Is a big --PnolH'ratlon
tabby felt.it at school." 11 93 71 0,00 .10:00 ajn.-Report of coun130 p.m.
Aowricaa teachers In Japan, If he Is ever one year eld/one 1W4-65 budget.
1une 18 92 73 0.12 t1une 7 health and) welfare county
she declared and teach- Frounlelker' Allentown, Penniylvonia and
many pay
19 91 72 0.21 10:30 sm.--Stan Wrlsley.edl3:30
I ers in the Armed Forces Schools she said they were "kind polite bills.
Data supplied by Carrlbbean t>r,
teach English In their spare time but to small physically they 3:35 pjn.Adjourn regular
v'o 4 Hamsters con breed won alterItity Gardens 10:45 a.rn.-Revlew and ap-
le in Japanese classes. held little romantic appeal. erorder of business and meet M
art one month old However_ II IIbelttr p'rove tax collector's list of
Miss Hamer found India a Hilary Isa graduate of the Civil Defense Council.
lo wait until lhy or*lour month" Everyone Reads The NEWS r ors and insolvencies County
"fascinating land" In spite of University of Florida and also old, Normally, Homiltrl hove a ihort
much evidence of poverty. She the National College of Educa- Mo span of three" le lour' yean Thll
said however, she felt that In- tion In Evans ton, 111. While In brief span it' compontatid lor by "the

dia's leaders were doing all they Japan she was a teacher for 'loci thai they hove In* ,horl." period
could to Improve the national two years at the U.S. Air Force ol gestation, er carrying their young pnny 010"0110

economy. Base at Itazuke ol any mammal. A feaiole" Hamper P
The night she visited Saigon She recalled that when she cornel Into hat every lour' days and tJeMt Qq e4vrce j
she neard the explosionof was a member of senior classat after I 16 days will deliver Iron 4 to 12
hand grenades but said the Naples High there were but young In tin weeks Sims. the'female II
serious religious outbreak was 24 In the graduating class. The usually ready la breed again So,

not to come until several months year 1955 was the year that Naples theoretically. a pair ol, Hamsters can INTERn ,
later. High School was accredited have Korei ol young In 0 year'I limo Pointing nil j
i sr
As for the Japanese men and joined the Southern Association Your mole It" nol too old I*breed and nujurewith

O BOY i owueAtW zkMA' Hilary said she found them not of Colleges and Schools con help produce many young Ham.
THE rk *i vawi M4OM THE at all "romantic." However she said pen' before her" dope ore over
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QUESTION: We see a whole page t>o why do our

eyes move when we read:

/\NSVt IR;: You mey see,a hole. paxe. but It la only a blur G

even If you get some Idea of what is there you dust compre. NAPLES PROGRESSThe
hend the words To get tht full meaning,you muM concentrateon I = I
one line it a time and.111 onl>' be able to nee a sew words
sharply lit(I) (121 and (tll: This la because the eyes can only (
of what It A11
focus on one small area having sent the message .
there lo the brain, they move to another area and send another
menbaxe This movement Is so smooth and fast the meaning
comes through as clearly' ai If someone was speaking t
Experts say that If at each pause of the eyes movementyou Offers The A
can trill yourself to gel the meaning of more words, you ri
will b. able to read faster and enjoy It more They also way'
that in reading for Information It Is a good Idea to skim rap. f
Idly over a page first Many recommend MJJR- which mean BEST FACILITIESFor
skim, form questions In your mind about the subject read
and review
FOR Y OU TO DO: Check the different degree* of meaningyou
get from (11)I). ((2)) and tJl(; ) Certainly ill( ) doesn t give you
much But with ((2)) you begin to gel a picture In your mind
with <3)) a picture with sound effects If you' could have read
further you would have found the boy... yelling with joy-
summer vacation had just begun GOLFING-

f 18 Hole ChampionshipGolf many reel of costly cables, Imported here by Carl Holbrook, Inter.

ST County Group Manager In Naples, Mayor Archl Turner and Chamber
Course in Excellent of Commerce Executive Secretary David Pfaff, offer tangible evidence

of the million dollars worth of telephone expansion and improvement
NATIONAL BANKOF \ Condition now underway in Greater Naples and Collier County. Inter-County Telephone .

NAPLES \ recognises the fabulous growth of Collier County and takes pride

'In keeping pace by providing modern telecommunications service to meet

SWIMMINGA.A.U. present and future needs

Size Pool 75 Ft.

by 40 Ft. by 30 ft

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First National Bank of Naples For living in truly Country Club SYSTEM Awt ..44rT01rYi

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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, lone 21, 1964Gardening texture and lines, according to Recreation
Dr. E.W. McElwee, ornamental
> horticulturist with the Agricultural t CalendarSUNDAY
: Extension Service r

Selecting plants with proper r e r
size and shape is Important. To

!Ji.i be attractive, the home, the 1:00 pjT.-Women'j Doubles(

1' plants relative, and size.the lot must be of tennis tournament\ CamMer[

A modest-siie home on small Park.

lot with giant-aize shrubs makes
RBI the mortgage look cheaper thanit MONDAY
in Is 9:00 a.rn.--Jr. golf class -

Around most homes, a few Big Cypress Golf Course.

Urge plants will look better than 10i30 e.m."Jr. golf eta .
BERVEY SHARPS many small plants. So, plan your Big Cypress Golf Course.
Atrieeltaral EstensUm Service and .
landscape plant enough ornamentals '
5:15 p.m.--Adultbeglnnerg "'f
to the when
cover area
class-Big Cypress Golf Cou; c.
they are three-fourths mature
brides r Ilk*ornamental 1 Tbe southern
June magnolia is anand and not the size when planted.
plants both arc beautiful I example. With ace it lose ill 1 Color
other than green, Is
Under when young, but are apt)::, Cf'aceMpntIt! pose and be'gti's one of the more distinctive qualities v TUESDAY
to change shape as they grow' spreading out.ThlalDlddle.ap. of plants Therefore, color r R 1:00 p.m.Senior Chl.el:

older. spread can be<' gives accent to landscaping t, bowling Brookslde( Bowl.
Some say that they can teU, come a problem if there Is DCi | Warm colors..red, orange and 2:00 p.m. -KJlrls' Softball -
what their wife If going to belike i, room to spread. riantd too dOM, yellow-are advancing colors. Cambler Park.

30 years hence by looklnc;: to the house,a magnolia may dam., They are useful landscaoe work 7:30 p.m.-Mens' Softball league .
at the mother-bl-law. Using this i, age the roof or buckle the found.* Park Stone
to decrease the apparent distance Cambler ; vj
tip, don't plant a slender younc: aUon.
Colors add a welcome Stahlman; Publlx vs Tropics.WEDNESDAY ,
until scout the
ornamental you
touch to your home.On .
neighborhood and tee a plant old JtST LIKE PEOPLE
enough to be Its mother. U there, So ID selecting plants for row. the other hand, cool colors ..__...__..-_ ._ _,JO.--........_"" ___..,..r ifniraniiiBU'piir.fliTiiii'rn a jf Tiwiirfrrsirtri'...ati "IT-IT.-.711tinuing -
is a tendency for middle-age!i homestead, remember oraaaeiv( are aloe receding of distance and give So thelmpres.if de. CLASS OF '64 Week! Wachee Graduating Classof their swimming( toward their Doctors (degrees
leave tale are Ue peupl.. they hart' you 30 members the all daily showsat : 2:00 p.m-Senlor Citizens
spread, then ample room sire to keep the bUl collectors 1961 presents 23 of their ( ) Meantime, they present shuffleboard Cambler Park
between plants or between the size, shape and cctor. OUteiqudttie away from your door, try plant. other seven were swimming when picture was the famous spring for Floridians and their

house and the plant, of plaits teetoM mass,' leg cool colors-blue, green and taken), Fifteen of the Mermaids are seeking their Northern friends

violet. Cool colors also make Bachelors (degrees in swimming) and 8 are con- THURSDAY
the house look farther back on. -' 2:00 p.rn.-Glrls' Softball -
Just A Few Steps To Beach1st the lot. This is cheaper than ,, differences in fingerprints. Cambler Park.
ow.slung auto, then plant sev- Many newborn inlanU are foot-
moving the house. Texture of.oral, Pfltzer Junipers. They will "" ,,y"' "" printed or palm-printed in hospital The skin of finger, palm, 7:30 p.m.--hfen's Softball league .
Street So. plants Is the coarseness or firm. glue; the same effect and will ,I ,"' ",'" ..' ",' ': '" .'' as> a means of Inuring toe and soles is different from Cambler Park: Stahlman
ness at U>e ornamentals Tex. of the
identification the skin of other parts
be cheaper to maintain. vs Tropics Stone vs Publlx
tare is mainly the size num. "" hairs and sebaceous -
characteristic of body. Lacking
$22,900 For Irregular lines try plant. An important
bet, spacing and type of leaves, "' .... ,, ,, glaml> it possesses a continuously
I ng splrea or the Japanese prlIt. these carvings of the skin surface
California Redwood. 3 bedroctn .urfac
Covers and fruits. Texture is ... remain corrugated e FRIDAY
If depressive moods ; (, is that they un-
two bath. Floor to ceiling wood burning fcre- also measured by the appearance t hen set you out Jasmines and pow., 'O'.Pl"CI': changed throughout life, except peculiar to these make regions elaborate The 9:30 jn.--Adult tennis class-

Enclosed screened of the leaves, such as dull, glos. j These for growth Because of their delicate ridges ol Gambler Park.
place. Open beam ceilings. derpuffs. plants are said major characteristics> of whorls. patterns And, as with faces
7 or dark
Only 216 old Many emu t o have drooping lines. A Semct el Your Doctor ol Medicine, loops and arches, it is possible individuals, no two in the whole 1:00 p.m.Senior Citizens
porch. years Lines of a plant are measured. Regardless of what plants you Your Local Medical Society' and tie to individuals through world are exactly! alike bowling Brookside Bowl.
by bow it grows. Lines Include londs. Medical A"ocaluolloF1NGERPRINTINGI group
: use in your landscaping, plan
vertical, horizontal, arching, t he spacing before you plant.

drooping and Irregular Phis: will prevent backaches la. A DELICATE ART So Cooling 1By I
$13,000 Vertical lines like aralla, ian. t,er when you dig and move crow. Homemade Sherbet -

Completely furnished one bed- disc and saw cabbage palmetto sled j: ornamentals. Of the two and three-quartcr
can be used to complement ver. billion people on earth, no two
conditioned and bested. CECILY BROWNSTONE
room apt. Heal lines of a building or to Carnivorous plants survive in look exactly alike. Similarly, no
Associated Press Food EditorIF
In Calif Priced for Quick sale.I ccrtrast a horizontal element. acid-nch bogs became they two finger prints are exactly

lie a low, flat sports car. overcomethe nitrogen deficiency alike I Ihn fact, discovered brAlphonse YOU'RE Interested In hiv
U you donl plan to buy a 'I by citing iniccli.I ttertillon, a French ing a recipe for a homemade 8
cnminologiiit> who died In 1914 sherbet to serve all summer long
WESLEY G. -- led recorded
to measurement
delight your family and friends,
and description of criminals for
we have no hesitation whatsoever
future Identification.
Realtors in recommending this rule.
There are delicate ridges of vy
This frozen dessert calls for
MI> ssll the fingers, palms of the hands,
toes and soles of the feet Each easy-to-have-on-hand ingredients
ALLIED person is unique in the con- and it's simple to concoct. The
I.c.rporstee etructio.al complex of these frozen orange juice concentrate
ridged surfaces, Were it not for and mashed banana that go Into
O. A Earl L DAVIS BLVD. MI flu the variability of these patterns, it make an absolutely luscious
Wesley Downing Fry fingerprint for identification combination of flavors.
would be useless> One of "pickiest" I
I'IW\C" our tasters
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKERS Servicing all ,.k.. el "'jo) Appllcncn Willie fingerprinting has usually asked us for this recipe! She
Commercial and Domtttio Rfrlrtion Equipment been associated only with
7M Ilk A...... South, Acres fnm I j identification in connection with told us that she planned to serve

First Nttteaal Bask I. Napl. Fib. criminals, it has other uses the sherbet parfait style, layered
with vanilla ice cream A fine

idea that you too, might like to



2 eggs sw
2/3 cup sugar
1/2 cup light com syrup
2 cups buttermilk

n, rvi acv ? nn l. 1 can\ (6 ounces) frozen orange b

,..olriin, r :h Juice concentrate. ,.. undiluted' ..
and thawed

3/4 cup mashed ripe banana ..- Ti
(mash just before using) -
In a large bowl beat the eggs ORANGE BANANA SHERBET So ri1u lung and 1.1

to combine yolks and whiles easy to make in the freezer compartment of your

Slowly beat In sugar then com refrigerator,
syrup. Mix in buttermilk and .

orange concentrate. Pour into

one or two shallow metal pans; NO FINER HOMESITEIn
place in freezer. Freeze until
almost firm-about 2 hours Turn

into large mixing bowl; break up
into small pieces and beat just the central Naples area than the 150 by 100

until consistency is uniform-do
not melt Stir in banana Returnto feet of lovely lot on the northeast comer of

freezer pan or serving dishes
and freeze until I lirm-about 3 to First Street, South, and Third Avenue. Just a
S hours. Make 1 quart.

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Whenever a me
ringue whether it's the soft or

the firm type, make absolutely AD MILLER ASSOCIATESREALTORS
sure that the sugar is beaten in
until It i II completely dissolved.

This takes long beating; for example

a firm meringue shell
made with six egg whites will
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'Wkat Yong race problem In the June 21, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 38
People Think area society Is always ftInatlnp\ no Sunday,
Young people who do f..ellhat matter what pattern It takes,"

hoods exert a fascination over adds Blanche Heliman, 17 of Sandra Human, 1 16,of Pauline,
neath the surface of a fancy
Hoods either their friends or themselves Monterey Pan, califKenneth delinquent
Interest TeensOnly ,From AfarBy haircut black leather Jacket and Neb., defines a teen-ate
point out the excitement, Elam, 17, of flashy hot rod.According as a"restl..., undecided
nonconformity and wildness of Pennsuaken, 1'1.1.' wouldn't want to ..tarout
Eugene Gilbert who can't seem
eight per cent of those questioned to Stephen Barnicle.Ie. person
President, Cllbrrt Youth rr'' the luvenlle delinquents as rea to be a hood but admits he would trouble."
saw the picture more thaont' of Worcester, Mass, a hood of
Research: Inc. ; sons for their appeal like "to do something exciting
Frledrlch, 15' of
"' flene
H "someone who hurting And
some saw It VIIIIII enjoy
; as many as + l II i' I C h r I a Rest row. IS, of perhaps dangerous"
Juvenile delinquents may capture sli times.) people and loves to steal and Metchen, N.J., points out that
Mtnneapollt Minn. "K
headlines, but most boys How Is It that the teens dis : I i i i ) Ili I II fight In gangs to show how 'big' the young hoodlum may hive had
seems to
give some feeling of
and girls across the country today approve strongly hoodlums, he Is, but If alone, Is afraid of "an unhappy home life, and has
I III power to do something wrong What makes a hoodlum' Most
want no part of teen-age Vnd yet are Interested In reading I I h "The Idea his shadow." turned to crime"
I rebellion against of the teem realize It goes be-
hoodlums. and seeing stories about them? II I -
More than three-fourths of Some of the young people say -

1200 young people have just told the movies and books show how 1 1I i
us that none of their friends to help rehabilitate Juvenile delinquents II
could be considered hoods. And and others Indicate I I t tIII OPEN DAILY

about 80 per cent denied that they like to learn about different

Juvenile delinquents exerted any types of young people."I III iI YeYYY.I I
I .. I I 9:30 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Influence over them or their learn about these people and I l i p

companions.Even then know how to try and help li '
II BLVD.Beautifully
though hoods aren't their them," explains Jeffery Hanson, 800 .

pals, almost half the teens55per 16, of Rochester N.Y. "It's interesting 1 I ( I Ih
cent of the boys and 44 percent to see the other side -

of the girls-are InterestedIn of the tracks," adds Morren ,:

reading stories or seeing Miller 17, of Monterey Park h I { I F '
movies dealing with Juvenile delinquency -Calif b i I'' I I
1 Iii I I l I! II
t i I I''
Sixty-seven per cent of the BAD REPUTATIONMany ll I ''j a ,

boys and girls have seen the teens feel, however that Ids
"P Pl71i I
movie "West Side Story" which'movies and books portraying l71i rA4

deals with two Juvenile gangs on hoodlums give all young peoplea I
the west side of New York City, bad reputation. "I think they f

and 94 per cent of those who set such a bad example," says //lllllllh'' I fl
saw the film, liked It. (Thirty. Nancy Moorhead, 15, of Detroit Y

- ... ... ... ... ... ... Mich. And Stan Wieland, 17, of ,, I y ball
- - .
a Blue Hill, Neb.,adds.II, As far as Ti
YOU'LL I'm concerned, making movies

S & LOVE about hoods encourages young I

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"West Side Story" many of the Barrow 1'7. of Monroe Mich, 7&td
Notions boys' and girls' replies centered explaining why she liked the t me

Quilted Bed Spread about the musical aspects of the show.
picture, both pro and con. Other teenagers thought the
Alterations "Through modern dance and movie was a good portrayal of the

music It showed the rebellionand life on the west side of New York
Everything for the Horns Sews chaos," says Constance and that it clearly showed the FIRST WITH MORE LIVING AREA


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I I GOLDWATER'S DAUGHTER TO WED-Margaret Goldwater, 20, daughter of Sen. Barry Goldwater, admires one of the BUS PLUNGES INTO LAKE-Moments after a gravel barge ripped this hole in the causeway over Lake Pontchartrain,
wedding gifts which have been arriving at her home In Phoenix, Ariz. It is an appropriate symbol, a statuette of an an intercity bus plunged into 20 feet of water, killing six persons. The accident occurred 9 miles out from New Orleans,
elephant, the GOP trade-mark. Peggy will marry Richard Arlen Holt. 26, (photo at left) on June 27. La., on the 24-mile-long causeway.

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) [ASTER AREA-Destructive floods, accompanied by a series of dam collapses, have ROCKE -) Y BABY-/Rusia's first woman in apace Valentina Tereshlcova Nikolayev,
i / lclthe. ,lives of 28 persons In Montana.. More than 100 others have been listed .as27| has,T AeriMjlrth T 'to a laughter in Moscow. She.V!, heVn-here-with'her, ', husband_ t 31'5'
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I KHRUSHCHEV UEN\IAItK-Danish: Prime Minister Jens killed Mrs. Raymond Chtsen- AFTER TilE FLOOD-Force of the flood waters through downtown Papillion, Neb., collapsed I Ie Ie
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release are met-and the first Goveracient however he must Sunday, June 21, W4 COLLIER-

'c- mortgage loan Is current. apply to VA.QDoes sale of his property can he get must be paid In full.
Q--Does a veteran have to get Q- Win the fact that a vet-
a veteran have to another GI loan In addition -
VA's consent to sell his pro eran Is receiving cash.
perry If the GI loan Is not being get VA's approval of a pros- 'A-Not necessarily.Entitle to the purcnMer assorting -
be restored only if
pective purchaser? ment may
paid off? liability on the loan keep
A-No,he does not need VA's A-No. the veteran disposes of his him from obtaining a releaseof
home for a compelling reason
xtom. VttERAJSCORNERToo consent to sell his property Q--If the veteran Is released and the Government ls released liability to the Government
v If he wishes to be released from lUbllln' to the Gov- from liability. This ordinarily from VA?
many veterans sell their from possible liability to the ernment In connection with the means that the GI; loan A-No.
GI homes and then learn they
are still liable to the Government ----od
for any obligation due on

the original mortgage.Tommy
Kehoe, Collier County Veteran
Service Officer said
The VA has prepared this
series of questions and answersto
aid any GI home owner contemplating : SUMMERSALE
the sale of his hornet I
Q-'hat steps should a veteran
planning to sell his GI
home take to avoid future lia

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"- A-He can (a) see that his
GI loan Is paid In full, either
by the purchaser paying full
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HOME built for Naples South Two models by Michigan[ loan or (b) allow the purchaser CONTINUES !
Homes, differing from those displayed in The Moorings have been to assume the GI loan at
built for the market in Naples South. The popular style two-bedroom the same time obtaining a re-
Floridian model with diagonal CArport has appealed to numerous retirees Government

seeking a modestly priced home of quality construction. The Our store l II nice and cool but
larger Cavalier model shown features closed garage, screened porch both the lender who holds the
two bedrooms and one bath note and mortgage and from it's full of red hot specials! ) Here are

the VA. (just a few of dozens of moneysaving
ration often has turned Into re. Q-What Is meant by "re-
sentment against the former buys)
Independence Has Brought colonial rulers. And while the Government"
poor countries become steadily
poorer, the rich countries are Government
becoming richer.In collect from the veteran If the Famous Bassett brings this newDanishstyle
Poverty. Former Colonies tlons,all responsible Western industrial statesmen na. purchaser defaults on the loan you
and VA a claim under
agree that this gap cannot be pays
GENEVA (AP-The poor na. It Is a logical consequence of allowed to widen further with. the guaranty.
tlons of Asia, Africa and Latin the end of the colonial era, a out breeding revolution, anar. Q-How does a veteran go e e e e in 100% FOAM !
America have discovered that consequence that was not for*. chy and war. about obtaining a release from
their sheer weight of numberscan seen when 50 victor nations of The Western nations are pour. liability?
count heavily In the coun. World War n signed the United Ing money, resources and tech. A-He submits a written request 3-Cushion
ells of the world. Every cushion-seat and back-!is reversible
Nations charter In 194S. The
ideal skill! Into the poor coun.
form needed
The discovery had its first membership has more than tries but these contend the helpIs to the (VA no special Office which) J'.)'J: for double wear! Every cushion is 100% foam 99.95
big Impact at a three month doubled. Regional in rainbow SOFA
comfort! The
Inadequate. processed the loan. The request for perfect covers- a
U.N. trade conference which The colonial 1 .
peoples generally i
The Soviet Union and Its
\ color choices combinations of stripe
Iii \ of are
ended here this week without looked to Independence as the friends are helping, too. Someof should contain the VA .
concrete achievements. beginning of prosperity and the Communist aid Is spec. loan number address of the I I) and solid fabric- reverse them for a new look
B raises a challenge to the happiness. But Independencehas tacular such as the Aswan property and the name and address every day. Legs and arms are satiny walnut $ 95
developed countries of the West brought only greater pover.ty I Dam in Egypt. But altogetherIt of the office to which he I finish-today'. preference. 7 4
and could hamper, If not para. to many. Disappointmentwith amounts to a drop In a bucket makes payments .
lyre, the United Nations. the fruits of national lib. compared with the aid given by Q--Who determines whetherthe
-- -- -- --, the West. Soviet Influence In release will be granted?
most poor countries remains A--The VA Regional Office. 4 _
small and Is fought by Red The proposed purchaser will -- -. .
There's Nothing Like It In Naples u China and the West alike. be required to submit a (financial -
To their disappointment, the
statement and sign an
Soviets have found that
many agreement to assume the liability. ... ,
Africans and Asians regard
He must meet the VA
VPiIIaeEreeii"WHERE them not as special friends or
champions of liberation, but as requirements with respect to
white men. Income and credit.
Throughout Asia and Africa, Q-Does the release of a
the Chinese Communists are veteran from liability affect
calling the nonwhite races to
on the guaranty of the loan?
stick together to end the whiteman' A-No, guaranty will con
New Community of Cooperative .
economic domination.This tinue In effect.
Garden for Adults was one reason, appar. Q--Must proposed purchaser
Apartments ently why the Soviets at the Ge.
be a veteran? r-
nova conference failed to press
Only-Prices Start at $7,200 their usual demand for the ad. A--No.
\ mission of Red China. Q--Can a veteran with a VA
The conference originally wasuggtcted direct loan be released of liability '
the Soviet Union ?
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INSPECT Tf.fi'MODEL ONE arE)-' against vigorous Western objec. A-Yes, he may be releasedof
ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM tlons. When It began the Soviets liability under the same con- i4I
encouraged the formation of a dltlons as a veteran with a guaranteed a
APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AVENUE group of 73 underdeveloped na.
GI loan.
SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET tlons and promised uncondltlon.al .
support. But In the end, the Q--A veteran's spouse sign-
WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO S P.M. conference undoubtedly turned ed the note when the GI I loan
SUNDAY 1 TO 5 P.M. Into a disillusionment for the So. was made. Will she also be
vlet Union. released from liability?
All Soviet bloc nations-even A-Yes, If the veteran Is released t.
Cuba-were refused admissionto ,
the underdeveloped group /
/tct TttMe* ,4440el4te4 which, on occasions, took a de. QA veteran purchased his

Realtors cidedly The emergence antl'Communlst of the line.group home Insured with by a FHA first mortgage and a second loan 1 $;ci ;$ii I'I

SALES REPRESENTATIVES Itself as a cohesive, basically mortgage loan guaranteed by
antl.Western political force nev. VA. Will V( release the veteran -
305 5th Ave., South Ml 2-2124 rtheless was the most slgnlfi. from liability on the second -
cant development of the confer. mortgage If he sells his
OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER ence. Burma, Indonesia, Ghana, home?
Guinea and Chile were Its most A--Yes, If the conditions for
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boats and members take note of the FEDERAL LAW "''\.J t.
registering ; \', available. Now Is the timeto Strikes and a Miss 34, Bowl- lies 10, Daffy Dlllles 9. Three
of Naples Flotilla 93, U.S. Coast requiring at least one U.S. Coast ,._. '71 '
< ., 1 ,.!!. practice for next winter's ers-433 Plnbusters 32, Gutter- Roses and Weeping Hibiscus 7
remindall 1
Guard Auxiliary wish to Guard Approved lifesaving de. I "{ v.
1 It. league season. snipes 311/2 No 29 and Shrink-
Taps each. Sand Spurs 61/2
pleasure boat owners In the vice to be carried for EACH per. \
t Where are all the bowlers Hook Masters 2512.COUPLESThe Violets 5 and Daisies
their expiring ing Crazy
area to surrender son on board on ANY navtga.ble 11' yIi
registration .J' jp 3.LADIES
County Tax Collector's office In motorboats a life preserver, U tt ago? Miss your names from the 1205 set led the league with COMMERCIAL-
the Collier County Government buoyant vest, buoyant rushlon: league sheets Surely you can I Ike showing a 556-220 and Louise Scoring honors go to Elaine Sheldon -
Center an ipply for a new 1964. or life-ring buoy may be used. rh ; ,yr 1rl'DII find a league to suit your pant 152157. The Dorseys came up for her 500-181 Marcie
65 certlfli ite. On Class 3 motorboats an approved I ./r' cular taste -- handicap orscratchmixed.or with a 1158 Ned having a 559- Winebrenner produced a 468-
Operatic") of any boat after ring buoy or life pre. < : otherwise. 222. Mary Armbrust showed a 192, Barbara Hayes 467.160

July without a certificate slgnl. server Is required. ALL must ; Sorry Fathers didn't meanto I 473168. Bobby Kline had a 175 (twice). Wanda Rice listed a
and with. .
tying the urrent year have a legible Coast Guard ap. : ; fil
leave out but it Dorothy Ransone 173 and
r you maybe 178 loner Joyce Cothern and
out the slgnl'vlng!' decal display. proval tag.January. iflr'I
I Isn't too late! How about It', Mary Kline 158. From a possible Nancy Keen 171, Agatha Cleary
ed on the art (left) side of 1965, will arrive /, ,t'" ''' /.11 'J.,.
the boat Is I : amtsdemeanor and all too soon and It brings a new I .1 ;: Shoes ball, bag or a book of 20 points the Rascals have 167, Peggy Yahl 159,Bettye Hov-
subjects tfc owner to arrest ruling for Kapok and fibrous "-e.: '1 4i, 1it V free games most anything In 16, Pin Pluckers 13, Bowlers? erman 166, Martha Lowery 157
and punishment as provided bylaw Class filled lifesaving devices. 'tif1i""'. .. et: :\ the bowling line would be ap 121/2, Mountaineers and Pinheads Nena Ellis 155 and Beverly Os-
The flotation material must be Z 7.1' l.J'JJ'' preciated.Hate 11, HI Jinx and Sandspurs ceola 152. From 20 points In-
encased In heat-sealed plastic l. '- to be so repetitious but 10 each Gutter Dusters 9,Strikers gram's Chevrolet have won 13,
bags. }ll. t ;d1 the league secretaries have beenbearing t 8, Jay Hawkers 7, Sandbag- First National Bank Corwin

REREGISTER YOUR BOAT J k down a bit. Please gers 4 and Foulers 31/2. Shells Keystone Bowlers and
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=i> 11N ;'ilii2 n.,', sheets In the proper manner. for the morning was Mary Jo miami Motel 10, Publlx Market
FOR SUN, FUN a FISH I I CONSIDERATE THIEF All Individual scores must be Gibbs with a 503-176. Terry 9, Brehms Atlantic and Bankof
( )I I MIAMI (AP) A thief look a wT' b: ::: totaled and scores must check Murnan shot a 497-170 Dorothy Naples 8, Conditioned Air 4.
Silver i .J King movie projector and 40 ret IB of f : ?! down and across the league Ransone 477-192 and Hazel

few, H .> film, minding family picture 1'1. ;: .,.: sheets. Abrahamson 473. Marie Weaver
MODERN, SAFE, FAST taken over a number of years, 1 'JJf'Ji. ..! M reached a 177 loner, Bette Price PINE LANES
FISHING CRUISER from the parked car of Mn>. C.S. ., 5',..," # ,, 1t .J' ..'t.... .. .l If> ., '''' BROOKSIDE BOWL 176, Grace Brack Patsy Robertson Ever bowl bingo? It has the
Vaughn .; ,. \' .r Next BPAF Elimination Tour- 167 Veenschoten 165
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MI 2-2S57 or MI 2.3940 .... :. :"'' same object as any other Blngo5 --
Two nights later a paper aatji J y nament will be held June 28. Stone 157 Vera Lee 154,
Capt. Cecil Lamb f/f'.. ;:Iff: o Judy In a row--strikes that Is. 24
containing the film wu left on -I, --Il .I! ...: .. .. J.C. Bowler a ma Tournament Helen Hall 150. Marks men we re: frames are bowled. You
the .: may
-"a.d ,J Vaughn's front tep. ;:! + ti:--.:: 'It still In progress and you are Betty Geltz 57.9 and the 5-7. try anytime during open play

S:....:;: contributing to a worthy causeat Wanda Jones 3.10 and Francis Silver Head pin every Frlday-
the same time. Walker 37. From 16 pointsthe Razzle Dazzle every Saturday.
n GULF SHORES--Tex Kaver- Snap Dragons and Dandy There
are two weeks left in
The Agency With Personal Service man led the league with a 203- Lions have taken 11 each.Bleed. the
Color TV contest. The finals
211-199 for a 613 set. John will be held July 10 with all the
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came up a 611236.
03ti1ti0l previous winners
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A dafwndabto a o63. Leon fireda owli n ting.The
ibis for protecting atncy you rwpona-, your NICE CATCH This mermaid wasn't caught in the Gulf; she's beau lone 225. C. Floyd Snyder 212, Ed big question Is..Who will
family, harm and budfMH tiful Gigi Mftchk of Cypress Gardens and is all caught up in fishnet Harroun 211 McKlrlhan win the trip to Nassau at the end
of against low through.. ry Insurabl a planned threat program and Florida Sunshine. It seems doubtful that she will lack help in 206. A. Holland 201, Marvin Le- o o o oT of the summer league season?

of protection: guaranteed getting out. Masters 197-194, James Brown- CONTRACTORSOut front
by companlaa of unquaationed Ing 196,Gene Tessler and Francis was DJ. Salmon with a 592-
cubes !However here '
financial itratigth. Meal In One aomc 2 teaspoons salt Hall 191. Out of 20 points 225. Albert Hatcher fired a
thing lightly different/ In Blew
like dishes. The meat the 1 'A teaspoon |peppert | Townsend Produce has won 18, 221 loner. Gene Tlllman 204,
Braises Pork braises with the vegetables I" teaspoon sage Mixed Grocers 16, Wimp's Tex- Robert Smith 202 and John Gar-
pork. The flavor delightful 1. 3 tablespoons lard ordrlppingn aco 11, Yahl Bros 101/2 Fire vin 191.

And Vegetables Reba Staggs, authority 01 n 1 clove garlic, minced Birds Standard Oil and Gulf T.V.-A big 216 for a 513

insmncf AKNCI lie.Gt'C Meal-In-one main entree revealing meat, ugfcsts purchasing eco* 1 bay leaf Coast Motors 10 each, Naples gave Kay Hler the lead for the
nomlcal pork shoulder and cutting Police Kwik Chek Naples Floor nice Gen Dunn came up witha
meat, anI't'gl.'tablel
the potatoes \" water
It Into cubes for this dish'I. cup Covering 8 each.Baal Haven 71/4 Shoot between them 473-170. Kay Bernard tosseda
wonderfully con.
652 JH A,,kM South \ are 2 tablespoons French dressing!
Brained Pork and Vegetable and Paul's Texaco 3. lone 166, Vera Zwicker 163,
NMM 2.5141 Venlent. 3 medium potatoes, sliced A comparatively difficult
Generally, such dishes fall 2 pounds pork shoulder cut MIXED PaulCrtc- I Gloria Bernard 162,Fay Hatcher
Na,l.. Flwldsrl 3 medium carrots, cut In split to convert occurs when
Into the slew category and feature !In 1-Inch cubes %-Inch pieces kenberger fired a 243 for a 630 two pins stand next to one 150.153 and Mary Walsh 150.

boneless beet or lamb !"i cup flourHere's f, 1 package (10 ounces) frozen! to leadlhemenlndJudyCrlckenberger another, as In the case of MIXED MAJORSleading
---- lima an'Combine led the women with 589- the 4-5 split.A i men was Gene Tillman wIth a 607-
1 231. Tom Eggleston blasted a light pocket hit will '!203215. For the fair sex It
The Finest Quality Home You Can Buy flour, salt, pepper( 226 for a 604, Harry Sauchelll cause the 4 and 5-pin to 1 was' Lll Miller 527201. Ev
and sage. Dredge meat In ea- 600-231, Chuck Langston 583 and remain. To make it, the ball ]Baldwin recorded a 567-203Bud
"soned flour. Brown In lard orvdrlppingn. must be placed directly between -
Ken McConkey 576. Melba Coo ]Hall 561-204-223 Tex Kaver-
) !. Pour off dripping!
j nell cleaned the deck for a 252 the two pins. Occasionally ,man 550. Mary Jo Gibbs pro-
.Add garlic bay leaf, water and it is made through
French dressing, Cover tightlyIT game and a 533 set. Linda breezing by the 5-pin which ,duced a 464-201, Terry Murnan
Sauchelll reached 532-210Jerl 460 and Dot Donelson 463. Huble
and rook slowly 20 minute Add I in turn taps the 4. over:
I : aal o41uUt6 I >AtlaW11'aftiilfr/9I1" !: if4'P i/J/rabek; and Ethel Jones 520 ihowever.Anever pin try this Hart shot a 216 singleton Carl
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tlnue cooking./ 4:\, minute Arti) anitaSnyder49'T. Joe !method. 'P' Armbrust 204. Nell VanWyK
lima beans and continue cooking I Salmon recorded games of 203- And of course, what ap- 199,Gus Seaberg 192 Mike Pike
minutes: or until meal I III done 206. Russ Gray 217, Ralph Lelgl plies to the 4-5 leave 198, Conversion experts were
I and vegetables are tender Discard 203 and Ralph McKlrlhan 201. to all other leaves were 1 Bebe Moog the 4.5.7 and Ann
bay leaf before sen'ing. 6 Out of 65 points the Mark Mls- two pins stand together, :Fuller 510.



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Screen just as the quality and value of :Michigan 1 There' mi fine print In tlii. guarantee Your e5\ inge| are insured al Naple Federalby
Porch Closed Garage Homes-so it's the blending in a particular
manner Can( exclusive recipe, if you ,1'i the Federal San jingo and Loan Insurance Corporation.: one penny hat ever been

2437 sq. ft. please) that assures you this distinctive: \III-I in the. tliirt> ->ear hi.tory of federal-chartered *a\int| and loan associations.
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You Are Invited To ry mail.iul lot inav be surprised\, at bow much more you've saved than. you bad thought.

YOUR LOT Inspect Models In.." Savin;:* al''IIUIII- Naples Federal hate away of growing.; Wlly? |{ecau-se )our saving

work for t ou colleclinft earnings compounded !twice yearly. ,And incidentally you'll

Homes built on your .J have. a good feeling knowiii); that while your savings bad! been working for you it ban

lot from 12,995 "-, al No been wand rkinji for the betterment of Collier County contributing to the economy

f I /O jjI growth. IIr this area.

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ROB ROY OZMER I,I\ ..., ,. ",'."...
V Th hermit of the Ten Thousand Islands _: ,
Each must have his island, his faraway retreat .1 -

From turmoil and the madness of the / ,.'"
busstreet.. t. : t s-

Such Isles may be on the far blue sea ... r'..

Or peace we may surely seek on a lonely ...

Even in a secret dell we, with peace, may dwell ..,.,. r .I':1. # p. .""...
Amid a host of quiet and simple things.

Yes, indeed,each of us needs tant of a big city is, Indeed, r4 Y 4? j1

an Island"--we must have one, the low-man on the communitytotem ..', .::., ... .....: .. .... I.. ,
In fact. Since there are not pole, having by far the
nearly enough actualbona fide, most distractions and the least 1977 GULF SHORE BOULEVARD
sure-enough Islands In the chance of escape.I .
world to go around, some of one of God's rarest creatures Vir.dl/ the Gulf in The Moorings .
us must be content with a mountain --a happy and contentedman .
'f"a. 'N' .
top. a well-hidden( dell, a -- have my own little Island -
"lode, In some vast wilderness ,and It's real one, at that., THEY WERE SEINING for bait, these young gals at Doctor Pass said I ,
or even Just weekend my vast seclusion, my beloved when questioned but when they hauled their net in, it contained only
place In the country. solitude and all the peace of shells. (NEWS photo)
Millions of others--poor devils the world,piled on topl II lsIiI11 .1;
-cannot have even such It Is a free and r
simple un-
ese, to nothing of televis II
There Is always a need for a loses sight of the true Is-ness say
pamlme and makeshift re- cluttered life. Here, one may ion-tripetraffic laws and.most
bit of dissidence, need of protestation of Things--should seek a quiet,
Yet,they too. have with himself,with the
treats. must commune of all, the "dogooders" -
and a fair-sized slice uncrowded spot for at least an starry-eyed 1
their Islands, their seclusionand honest and sea, with Nature
open of high and low de-
of Were we to occasional visit. In such an
their precious moments of and with God. Life, In non-conformity. Yet, such a respite Is
abolish all dissent, all protest environment we can again get gree.
solitude. Some of the more such a peace-filled place Is seldom for we Insist t
if we were all content to become down to the bedrock of realities, given 1 ?C
lucky among these luckless ones found to have meaning and hereIt mild-mannered conformists down to the naked truth abouta upon following the bandwagon -
manage to find refuge In an seems there is some significance then we'd really have man- few fundamental things In our getting to the spot where 0
unused a little roomat to the earth and to the
garret the biggest noise Is and flut- 7GULF ,
kind a downhill road, with lives. It is almost Impossibleto
the back of the house whichIs entire universe. Here is found I I
tering around bright lightwe
well-greased skids beneath do this when problems are every ttttlJJJJJJ
claimed else, and
by no one peace serenity quietude. him he'd be headed straightfor ceaselessly intruding themselves see.
or a shady spot In the far core All the little problems of our But--out a quiet Island-
the nethermost pits of mass- upon us. Would you expecta upon
ner of the lawn. lives disappear and the largerones thinking and It's inevitable soldier.In a desperate,hand- a-top great and silent mountain f
Those who-alas-have accessto are reduced to their pro- damnation of obscurities. to-hand battle to have time to or beside the shores of a
such poor havens as these per size and proportion. In placid lake there are a few for
1 feel there are some thingsin look about for a split-second or TOWERS design depends upon strongcon-
of necess1tycreatethelrown such a place, one has a chanceto
removed from
tunate ones
life which so and learn how the war, as a
are absolutely
retreats their own placesof get his values straight sort few trasts between sweeping horizontal and striking vertical -
; Incomposslble, that is to whole,was going? the glitter and the storm--a
refuge. For countless millions out the trivial from the truly things which if one of them Who, among all of you has who know how to serenely renew 0 elements for its architectural beauty. Againsta
this the Important of life. While
means only things
escape and
does exist the other not somewhat weary
open to them is to put a scowl standing somewhat afar off,one do One cannot set of possibly the the International grown crises, which again how to actually live! background of smooth stucco the horizontal concrete
upon their faces a snarl In their can see the world with a much incomposslbles so. is "mass- like eggs, seem to come In reinforced balconies accentuate the broad sweep of

voices hearts and and hardness then clothe In them-their better begin, to perspective assume their and true things pro-( thinking" in conjunction with dozen-lots,,, weary of racial BEFORE BOONEBARBOURVILLE. the facade to form a stimulating contrast for the ver-

selves with either high-hatted portions and come Into balance. any vestige, and/or of freedom personal, Indlvldaullty liberty- strife keying and among the meaningless our politicos Joc-? At Dr. Thomas Walker. Ky.Stale(AP Park) I tical rhythmic steps of the projected eyebrows ( for

hauteur or the armor of intellectual. Anotherof is memorial the who from the sun's ), A gracious
filled harshness. TOO MANY PROBLEMSWe in things ( a eaplorer proper protection rays

Without one or the hate-I often complain that the the Incomposslbles"the mercy of is God". of all PEACE need,a PEACEWe respite from preceded Kentucky by Daniel 20 year.Boone. into I fusion of good design, the quiet elegance achieved

the several Islands of world Is too much with us ordin-and course and"modern music"!) international politics, from Itincludeiareplic* or''hiker', atkGulf 1 Towers is as timeless as good taste itself
sion mentioned above quite definitely we are involved in Khrushchev,Johnson, the Ken- cabin, the first log cabin to be
shall have any degree of privacy arily too much "with" the the Anyone complexities deeply of modern life, nedy Kids, from Castro, the occupied by a white man In .
world. Problems,both the little
no nor contentmentand
peace Communist Chin-
before his views become too Viet Namese
no freedom from Intrusion, commonplace ones and the most
Interference, trouble and care gosh-awful and monstrous, much distorted,warped and out- Sunday, June 21, 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7B
before he I
crowd in upon us all. Pro- of-line with reality I J GULF TOWERS SERIES- NO. 9
LUCKY ONES blems of family, neighborhood,
The isolated rancher and thebackcountry state, nation--and the world.
farmer are able to We lose our sense of values /
enjoy the most seclusion and and when we lose our perspec- Life With FatherThis
suffer the least Interference and tive we cannot hope to see the GULF TOWERS OF NAPLES, INC.
intrusions. The luckless habi picture as a whole.
Is The Day When The Old Man Gets That Long Deserved Break So This non-profit corporation Is presided over by the
Clear Off His Easy Chair, Fix Hit Favorite Dish, Give Him A Present Or Board of Directors who are made up entirely of Gulf

Two, Let Him Spill Ashes On The Rug Maybe He'll fte In Such A I Towers apartment.homeowners. The Board of Direc-
tors administer the affairs of the corporation and are
That Home Or -
Good Mood That He'll Want To Talk About Buying /
guided by corporate by-laws briefly, are common -
;.... ,I.... ." ,. Through AD MILLER ASSOCIATES, Of Course I Anyway.,,;He'sA I', I",. sense rules established for the protection and well-
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Great Guy And Not Just On Father's Day: being of each owner.

FATHER WILL BE FETCHED and you will too by this unusual furnished :

house set on a most attractively maintained lot on First Avenue, North :1

Two bedrooms, two baths, comfortable, spacious, .living room, dining 0

room, porch, electric kitchen and two car carport Entire living area ll. METHOD OF PURCHASE .
centrally air conditioned and bedrooms have electric space heaters .
Also on premises is one bedroom efficiency guest house $32,500. Your Gulf Towers apartment-home may be purchasedby
cash or on terms. Each owner receives a Warranty
LOVELY ROYAL HARBOR RESIDENCE Virtually new two bedroom, two his apartment with all the rights a Deed provide -
bath waterfront home on beautifully landscaped lot on Bonita Lane owner benefits from the same Federal tax I
room, living room and dining combination, advantayrs r* in private home ownership. In contrastto .-
Also contains large dressing
the! all-cna't! or the high down payment and short
kitchen with stove refrigerator and garbage disposal and two car
electric amortization reriod required when purchasing a cooperative -
WHO'S SUPERSTITIOUS? Cetainly not the workers garage Reverse cycle air conditioning and heating Draperies and Gulf Tqwers condominium apartment-homes
at the Humane Society's shelter, for these carpets, lantern and room divider are included and TV cable has been may be purchased with conventional real estate (financ
two jet black kittens hold the title of "Animalsof paid for $26,950 with cash above mortgage of $17,100. ing. Your capital funds are therefore left free to keepon
the Day" out of a great many kittens and pup- year earning income.OWNERSHIP.
pies in residence at the present time. Both male FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR RENT in handy central location at Second

and female, they are described as 8 weeks old, Avenue, South, and Fifth Street East half of a well built, well kept
very playful, and would make ideal pets in loving baths living room with dining I
homes. These kittens along with their many other duplex Two bedrooms, two large I
feline and canine friends, are being offered for area electric kitchen Reverse cycle air conditioning and heating among
adoption and may be seen at the shelter between other desirable features.
12 and 3 p.m. daily.ATTENTION. RIGHTS .

SEE AD MILLER ASSOCIATESATTRACTIVE The owner of a condominium apartment-home has the
right to sell deed lease or trade his own apartment
COMFORTABLE HOME on Sixth Lane North Two bedrooms nt anv time to any purchaser who is approved by the"oaid
living room, dining room Florida room and kitchen Range and of Directors and is so stated in the corporate
by-laws of Gulf Towers of Naples Inc. This provisionis
of $11,900 furniture can be bought separately,
refrigerator included in price ;
for the protection of every owner as it maintains the
if desired. desirable character of future owners by having the

house on Jackson right of first refusal to purchase.
GREAT FOR THE FAMILY Exceptionally spacious
Avenue in East Naples Completely furnished this home of CBS and

wood construction has a lot to offer Such as two generously proper I I
Qp tioned bedrooms plus a large living room, dining room, screened-in patio
and front porch and a three car carport An added attraction is a 15
by 30 foot tenced-in swimmng: pool Can be yours for $16,915, in- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

cluding a mortgage of approximately $6,500. CONTACT YOUR PERSONAL REALTOR:

((4; LOTS FOR DAD:; Delightful Port Royal lot on Lantern Lane, backing on -u-

Lantern Lake. Just $8,000 Large, desirable Moorings homesite on
Springlina Drive. $6,500; terms Lakeview Drive on Gulf Shores,
with lovely view of the lake $2,500 Midtown lot, 100 by 1 150 feet, &) <::
and Fifth Street. Zoned multifamily and ideal W. R. KEELE Realtor
at Fourth Avente, South r ::1
for apartment or duplex $1 0,000 Residential waterfront lot on I .,

Marlin Drive near Sandpiper Street, Royal Harbor 123 by 135 feet. $6,000

terms Corner First Street and Eighth Avenue, South. 100 x 150 feet, i leas TU1RD STREET, SOUTH / .'PU'WRloe, 33040

only a block from the beach and only $8,000 Homesite on Royal
Palm Drive near Senior High School. 65 by 135 feet, $3,000 Our AREA CODE 813 MIDWAY ....11

PET DUCK OWNERS I listings contain other fine residential, apartment and commercial sites In . . .. . ..

all price ranges We also have attractive buys in Collier County acreage.,4d Inc. I /

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Get IIDGI' in the EXTENSION win wily 3 sp.s*; m.l*. iwrth ef t$. Niplm City IwniH .. U. f. 1262 Third St., S. / Naples, Florida; :
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Outlook I..High. p.m. a.m.Low p.m.

Fair through Sunday except for Nt\Ut' June 21 ':2< 11:12 3:25: 4:28
widely scattered ihonen during IjtaWeather r June 22 U.-02 11S1: 4:06 5:07

afternoon or early evening. High ollte( June 2S 10:31 4:44: 5:43:

Sunday 90*. Variable wind I to JUlie 2. 12:32: 5:17 1:1t:
12 milts an hour. JUlie 2. 11:09:

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Add hour, Naples bridge
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-, ,Jft" :, First Day Of SummerIt's y P

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/ Father's Day and where is everybody! ? Home helping Dad cut the lawn ?
1r e : /' summertime in Naples time for relaxing in the
4 -. ,'*'. Nope. Unfortunately for Dad it's -
/ sun or bowling in cool comfort. Dad will have to depend on Mom for help today.

The young ones are busy. NKNVS: candid photos)

New Record In The Making

I NaDles Holdina To Torrid Building Pace


w, If It maintains the current pace Twice u much construction Is north of First venue-'North.> dente and guest house at 535\ -
4 the volume of new construction In being done so far In 1964 com- All the building activity this 13th Avenue South for Ruth R. First Of New
Naples will exceed all previous pared to 1963. Last year,the big month has come off a record-' Waples at a cost of $22.000. Rejuvenated JuneMap
records by wide margins. building rush did not start until smashing performance In May., Right next door at 561 13th
Another giant week was cele- August and at the year's end, That was the first two-million- Avenue South, Rutenberg will shows Weather Bureau's estimated forecast of Marco Island
brated by the Building Department more construction had been done dollar month In history with a build another residence and guest average temperature precipitation through mid-July.
which Issued 18 permitSfor In Naples than In cities like Sa- $2.055.939 total. house also for $22,000also for Permits IssuedNew
I $356,530 worth of new con- rasota and Fort Myers. Building Inspector Louis E, Mrs. Waples.
struction. The year Is not yet Roth, while welcoming orderly Arthur C. Serfllng will be the construction permits In
half over, and already Building MORE TO COME growth, says he hopes Naples Is owner of a Rutenberg residenceand Collier County last week amount
Official Bert Pinkston has signed The building total for the incomplete not "over-building" especially guest house built for $22 ed to $00,000, and pushed the to.,
$5.826.883 In permits.The month of June now Is$1, In the realm of beachfront apart 000 at 251 21st Avenue South. tal so far this month to$233,870.
all-time yearly record 273,564 with more to come. ments. Several ofthese buildingshave Theron Ridge plans to build a The first of the permits for
set last year was 9589701. Permits are expected to be Issued been constructed In the last t t $7,000 guest house at 1707 Third the new developments announced
During the first six months of this coming week for the few years, more are going up at f5treet South. Rutenberg will con recently for Marco Island was
token out the week.Marco
1963 only $2.808.818 worth of $170,000 First National Bank addition this time, and there are plans struct a residence and guest Island during will
Pinkston's and the $170.050 Sunshine for more such structures when house for $19,500 at 1340 Pell- Development Corp. ,
permits went through build a $30,000 salesofflcbuild
office. Suprex just west of U.S. 41 and The Moorings Unit 8\ opens up can Avenue for E.P. Longland. NIAVrO ing containing 3,748' square feeton
4 Marathon Dredging will build MOOIaATIQ the northwest corner of the
oc _. NEW HOMES j'*. $28.000, seawall 1,650\ feet SR '**R 'Intersection -'
Ther. was only one small com- long, around two lots at Doc IIONVJ.'i Southern Air Built Homes Is
Committee Favors mercl/J permit in the big total tor pass for The Moorings Dev- Is putting up a $11,000 house for
for t'/e week just ended. Most elopment Co. Homer Lee Rutledge at 1mmo.kalee. .
of Jie activity was In high Most of the nation In due for moderate to light rainfall F. Under Sr. is build.
quality residences. DC SIGN except for a pocket in the Midwest, net for heavy rain ing a $10,000 residence In his
and Mule took out the In own name at Donlta Shores
Wiggs The biggest ground sign
Buying Or Leasing biggest permit $75,000 for a Naples' history also will be one a for A Willie$3,000 Mae Immukalee Stevenson residence will be

residence at 600 Kings Town of the most expensive. The giant built by CE. Pat Ross. Jack W.
Drive for Alan M. Cameron. 296-square foot Tahitian Cove Price is constructing a bedroom
Next was Rutenberg Construction Congress Inn sign, 42 feet high addition for $2,000 to his rest
PROBLEM MAN-Umttd More Parking AreaIn Company's $50,000 permitfor will be erected at a cost of $9, dente northeast of Immokalee.
Nations Secretary Central U a house at 1922 Fifth Street 800 by Supreme Signs. Don Deerlng Is building a 22
Thant, si the hider of the South for Earl Neal. Another by 40 horse stable for $1,000In
world body, It constantly Involved Its first report the Clty'i s and Eighth and Ninth Streets Storter and Davis will build be built Rutenberg for residencewill Pine Ridge Saturno PaganIs
with the parlous political off.street parking committee hal i Dimensions of this property are a $45,000 dwelling at 525 First $19,000 at 2072 putting up a $1,000 houseon
situations( throughout the world. recommended that City Counc 1 280 feet on Sixth Avenue andr Street North for H.D. Ruhl. Dale Caryton Road for F.w. Rowland. AaovtNOaMAI the Turner River Road a
buy or lease vacant property foi 150 feet along Eighth Street.Own. Bremerman Is the contractorfor Michigan Construction Co. took mile north of U.S. 41.
off-street parking in the bloc]k er Is Mrs A. R. Staley. a $41,047 residence at 1633 out two house permits.One Is fora o NOaMAII110W NtAx
bounded by Fifth and Sixth Avenues 3. Paving and marking of the residence at 440 Mooring Line
Deadline For South and By Eighth an,j above property for parktngpav.Ing ; Galleon Drive for Humbert Pow- Drive for R.E Armstrong. $17 o NOIMAlAwfMCt Barry Gaining,
Ninth Streets. and marking of strips on the ell.On and the other Is ixricnoTtMPCKATUftEi !
8151 a $13,383 .
west side the day before Council J" IS But Can't Beat
Conversion of this land to off. of Eighth Street and City at 677 East
dwelling Bougalnvll-
Fishing Derby on the east side of Park Street ordained an end to further
street parking would provide lea for Arthur Sylvester. The next 30 days generally will be hot, especially In the LBJ Smathers
space for about 130 cars, an j, bordering Gambler Park. This construction of so-called "guest
Burkholder Construction.. Co. South; normal temperatures In the West and Midwest
would alleviate "Inadequatepark. property within the street right. houses the Building Department
NearBy ------- -- --- ----- -- WASHINGTON .
Drawing ing condition," the commltte s of.way between the actual paved Issued five guest-house Is the contractor for a 39 b;Y George Smathers, D-Fla.(APSen.
VIC said. Such conditions It warned, street and the park property line, permits. Four of them were to 30-foot sunshade building cost: Have A Nice Weekend Barry Coldwater's, R.Arls., laY'Sen ,
contribute! to de provide parking
It's later than "normally spaces be built In conjunction with new ing $3,500 at Ingram Chevrolet, vote against the civil rights bill
most '
fans think. Only 14 days angllnj remiir 1 dining economy of the nearb thl:,y the committee ..ald.Contlnut'd homes. The temporary permit Is goo<1 The DC-3 mosquito fogging plane made its first fogging run boosted his presidential candl.

untU the midnight deadline or I can business mean area only less Eventually revenue tl!_ ( on page 6) Rutenberg will build a rest- for one year. 1 plane from Lee County fogged the Thursday morning, covering 3,. dacy In the South but the Art
July 5th In the Greater Naples 1 and entire city of Naples and some 600 acre for 1440. loci, senator still couldn't beat
the In Taxes
City permanent No more such flights are de. President Johnson.
Fishing Tournament. ,. fringe areas In the earl) morning
to the entire
"Snook fever" continue Ic 1 injury hours Saturday "to give the finitely scheduled as of now, Emathers predicted Friday
Infect most angler out for tof:' public Image. people a little relief over the Watson said Saturday noon. Mos. that Goldwater would not carry
The committee will\ spend mos r counts picked Friday than 14 states if he and
prize in the fourth annual flsti 1 al weekend Naples district dlr. quito up more
of the Into 1
sweepstakes with snook entries 1 summer digging ector Brandt Watson said. the day after the first aerial President Johnson contest the
still overwhelmingly In the lead, facet. of the (larking problen, rl Arrangements were made on fogging but they were low again nation's highest office next No.
> and of It. Thigroup's ,
ways solving
after Saturday morning's vember.
approximately 100toone. Friday night to have the LeeCoun. run.
John Gorbatch BonitaSprlngs 1 I initial report was pre Ir ty plane distribute maUthion over Many residents from one end Smather said a summer of
till clings to top honor to date 1 sented without comment to Clt; '7,000 acres Saturday morning of town to the other were awak. racial trouble, particularly In
in the snook division with a 27 Villnesides Council. at Wednesday's meeting At 40 cents an acre,(operation ened this morning ss the plane the north and west, could workto
caught at Vanderbilt cost the Naples mosquito dla.trict passed over their home at an Goldwater's political advan.
Beach and weighed In at Bud I'I It recommended that the fol, 12,800. The Lee County elevation of about 100 feet. lags
"be adoptee I won,
Hogue'. Gulf Coast Fish Campon I lowing proposals
r A
and executed at an early date'
Horse Creek.
In the children's division anew by Council Allies
U.S. Fears Blind
classification this season i 1. Purchase of three vacan t +" Y 1a
sponsored by the Naples Jay.' lots west of the bus station trt j

Bollard.' fronting on Sixth Avenuetotal dl I
,>, men.lon.5/ by ISO feet. Thi t
six ounce snook caught at Doc: 1'land Is owned by Collier Development a In Asia '
tor The Pass.children's division has Corp. t To lied Peril SE

produced come excellent catches 2. Long-term lease of seven I
with contenders In instan, lots to the west of the above I WASHINGTON (AP) Admin.I They also are trying to get iu see that America's defense
some i property filling out the rest 01 r I it ration officials are said to be the Europeans to understandthat can never be the object of doubtor
than ces their reliably entries.reported the south half of the block bound. ; deeply annoyed and somewhat If the challenge Increasesthe her strength the subject of
at what they con. response will also be In. suspicion,"
and apprehensive
Curtice ed by Firth Sixth Avenue
Nlckerson, 6, at
age eider to be Western Europe's creased. The United Slates Is This strength I* maintained
Collier Seminole State Park, failure to grasp the gravity of firmly committed to defend said Johnson "not to intimidate
caught a six and three.quarterpound Civil Defense the threat created by Red ,:Southeast Asia against a Com. others but to show others that
redflsh using a fiddler w China's belligerent policies In mums takeover. we cannot be Intimidated-not
crab u bait In the canal on Southeast Asia. President Johnson, In a San to incite our enemies but to in.
State Road 92. It was the sec.;, Meeting Tuesday l These off iclal.foresee the pow Francisco speech Friday night, dlcate our intention to defend
end time this season that the boy 4 freedom wherever "
iiblilty of more general war strewed this commitment and necessary
has beaten hi* father in a prU' The Collier County Civil with Communist China as an''the American determination not Authorities say the United
vale angling contest. tense Council will be In ....De.on I eventual result If the Commu. I to back down. He declared: "As dates> is not pressing the Euro
Other outstanding catches r e.' Tuesday afternoon following ad nlst thrust Is not stopped and long as I am President, I Intend peso Allies for actual military
ported In the youngster's dlvl.', Journment of the County Commit.slon. If the leaders in Peking decide support. What it wants, as one
sign Include a 14-pound snook Western nations are soft in their Same Car Stolen official put II, Is "moral and
taken by Michael Bailey 1111 The five commissioners the I reactions to aggression political support" and a with
Sixth Street, South, at Gordon 1 I mayors d the cities of Naples I V,$. officials are trying to get Twice In Night holding of acts which In the U.S.view .
Pass. and Everglades, and the super, across to European govern may undermine American
Billy Quayle, 588 Yucca Road'1 I intendent of public Instruction ments their view that if Peking MIDDLETOWN N.Y. (AP- efforts to blunt the Communist
on his Brat snook expedition 1 I make up the Council. believes Communist militancy 'Somebody too a liking to Ed. thrust.
boated a 13V pound llnesides 1 I Cotnty Civil Defense DIrector dividends It can be expect. ward Mouse's car. Serious differences with Eu.
at Marco Marker No. 50. lAw.' Tommy Kehoe will present tat rte I THERE USED TO BE a seawall here. After Boat Haven Naples was ed pays to press its militant policieson Somebody also took a liking ropean Allies as authoritieshere
1* Gilbert, age 8, d 109 Bar.' Council new manual of Instnio:, soaked with a 1' g-inch rainstorm Thursday afternoon, a 73-foot section various fronts as occasions tarlM. ;:o Charles Wright's car. see the problem, go back
rett Avenue caught his firs!: tlon entitled "Tie Collier Countj; of wall on the manna's property fell away and disappeared beneath It could be the same some about sis months to the French
nook also and one which weigh' Baste Plan and Annexes. It 1* the water's surface Note cracked and leaning portion of seawall in U.S. policymakers appear to I body decision to recognize Commu.
ed four pounds, 11 ounce on' comprehensive document show. be convinced the challenge In Its the same car. nit China and to a subsequent
and elfN-pound test line. a ing the plas of sties and the a*' forejrround. Boat Haven has Circuit Court suit pending which asks Southeast Asia can only be met Crouse's auto was stolen, re. announcement by President
Rick ' Drive, booked a iwe- < 1 U case disaster struck tile conn. IMe-63 Naples Bay channel project. Hendry dynamite charges caused sponie such as the United States stolen again all in the course favors the neutralization d all
(CtiM o., lMN ') ty, structural damage to seawalls and marina buildings, suit charges. Is making. <)f a few hours Friday Southeast Asia.C .
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nooga,,T nn-, fUte Republl, i
COUNTY NEWS Sunday, June 21, 198 ,1 Rights BillReactions chairman l" 'praised GOP pro! j.denUaJ"p .
FLIER Goldwafer'sRights! ,"' ndldate en. Barr
I Goldwater M ArUona for
To w .., ., In against the bill and said he v,;'

Expected Sign Vote .'! ; Dixie MixedATLANTA like sorry him.to"there were not im re

Sam Dodson
The Rev. chair.
Ga. (AP) Gov. man of the Governor's C..i, .
Bill By July 4 George C. Wallace of Alabama mission on Human Relations ;10
Prime IssueBOSTON called Senate passage of the Tennessee, said, "I think this
civil rleht.I1l1 "a sad day for will go down in history as ,"ne
WASHINGTON (AP)}-After opportunities for all Americans.I (AP)-Gov. V,llllamW 0D Individual liberty and freadom." of the great days of our natloi' "
83 days of debate, the longest congratulate senators of both Scranton, using Sen. Barry Dr. Martin Luther King, Negro But Sen. Olin D. Johnston, D.
In its history, the Senate passed parties who worked to make Goldwater' vote against the Integration leader, hailed It as S.C., called Friday "the black
the civil rights bill Friday night passage possible."I civil rights bill as a principal "a lasting tribute to the late est day In the United States Se 10
by overwhelming 73.27 vote. look forward to the day issue, met for 90 minutes yesterday John F Kennedy." ate since 1875." That was what,
With that historic hurdle which wlU not be long forth. with Massachusetts' 34 Republican The bill's passage Friday Reconstruction era civil right
cleared the bill goes to the coming, when the bill becomes presendltlal delegate brought gloom to Southern opponents laws were passed.
House on Monday where It Is law. That will be a milestonein Delegate reaction from Inter Ac and Joy to Integration
expected to receive prompt ap America's progress toward views following the session, appeared leaders and moderates."It -- PINK
proval. full Justice for all her citizens." to follow expectations: will bring practical relief ONE DRIVEWAY
House leaders predicted that Civil rights leaders also hailed that Is that 30 are committed to to the Negro In the South and WICHITA. Kan. AP) V.
after a brief struggle the meas. passage of the measure as "an Henry Cabot Lodge on the first jive the Negro In the North a l"enter High i" the onh MIluTejhinil h
ure-to arm the federal govern. act of good will and reconcilia ballot at the July 13 GOP Con. psychological boost that he sore. spurting a pink Jr
ment with the greatest power tion" and "the greatest single ventlon and that four ar defU I)' needs," said King, in St. Au. win.MomhrrN
since Reconstruction to attack triumph for human rights In our nltely In the Arizona senator's pistlne Fla., for an Integration I of a junior i luss a
racial discrimination will be country since the Emancipation camp. crusade. King said Negroes the sandy asphalt dnu
on President Johnson's desk; Proclamation." However the Associated Press ,/ would spend the summer test. .J'.- lIln' in un enemy competnsporiMfOd
ready to M signed Into law by From the South, however, pole also showed that 18 of the Jrr4A t :. Ing compliance with the law and ,ha petroleum ,
4. came predictions of disaster y':i 1.li\;\ ; would be a
July 34 delegates favor Scranton aft. f "V; "yl '!f.Jr that St. Augustine PIIIU ,
In San Francisco, Johnson from some Dixie governors. Al er their first choice of Lodge. J "'!i : good place to start.
applauded the action declar. abama's George C. Wallace pre Three of the Goldwater dele .,> itfE .- Wallace a determined oppo.
Ing dicted the American people a nent of the bill and avowed can.
gates said they were Impressedwith .1Aae. .
"Senate passage of the rights "will remove from office those Scranton, but that they ;;\ }F:t ::: dldate for president, predictedthat !:
bill Is a major step toward equal responsible." would not switch and hat the .,.\ t"\oo :. Americans would remove .
Since Feb. 10, when the House Pennsylvania "would make a i ', ': .. from office those responsible .
l .
PUBLIC NOTICE passed Its version of the rights fine vice president." : ..:,; lf"1. .> ',. )tiI its passage. "I predict that the
bill, the focus of attention has llli lJ: 1 American people will rise up In
One of the Lodge delegates f !( i J j'! II; :
been the .t ? realizethe
Of THE on Senate where the would Gold. l Indignation when they
IN THE CIRCUIT I COURT dlcated he vote for ..
TWELFTH JUDICIAL\ CIRCUIT OF bill faced its deepest peril from water If the Massachusetts fa. N ) t:1: N"'YriUU'U; t"J.'>.. .J\? 4. 1t i'tJ awful consequences of this

FLORIDA IN COUNT.AND FOR COLLIER the Southerners' razor-sharp vorlte son dropped out of the MAN-SIZED PIPE (almost) is going underground in the drainage legislation" he said.
IN CMANCERr parliamentary weapons of delay Gov. Farris Bryant of Florida
CHANCERY NO 194$ and filibuster. running. system installation now under way in Naples. R. R. Hosford, a bit the Senate !
said he had hoped
EUGENE: F FRF.CH. Before going to the State Re. cramped in the 51-inch said he will be trucking in the real
Plllntlf'| Finally the filibuster was publican Convention Scranton pipe, soon would be more temperate. "It
MINNIE "MASSEY and UNION broken when the Senate voted told a news conference that he man-sized pipe, 72-inchers to be exact. (NEWS photo) seems to me they have done a
FINANCE COMPANY I"d June 10, for the first time, to did not ask the delgates to vote great Injury to national unity,"
ELIZABETH A RODGERS end Invoke cloture on a civil rights rent of first. ballot
standing said.
RICHARD C ROOGERS.D for him If Lodge dropped out, he
*'" TO: ELIZABETH NOTICE TO A APPEAR ROOGERS Friday's vote.Spectators a majority of them would."I mltments, instructions pledges lanta hailed passage as "aiioth. SALLEYINC.
RICHARD C. RODGERS Jammed the visit didn't ask them speclflcal. More and stated preferences: er major step in the eliminationof
Reiidence, UnknownYou ors gallery and overflowed Into DelegatesFrom Goldwater 694 discrimination but
racial ,
ere hereby notified thailull < ly, he said. "It Is up to them. .
h., been fd.dn, 'he Circuit a line that trailed under the pillars Scranton said he has "re. William W. Scranton 138 Sen. Herman Talmadge, D-Ga.,
Court of of Florid th. Twtlfth, In/ ind Judicial for Collior CiroCut and down the broad Senate ceived reaction" from delegates GoldwaterStronghold Montana Nelson A. Rockefeller 105 who voted against the bill, 9efektols

County In which, you hays been steps. across the nation In support of Henry Cabot Lodge 45 asked, "How can It be called 850 5fh
mede defender.. itylod' EUGENE All 100 senators hand WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. AVE S
were 15 special
f. FRECH, Plelntilf vt. MINNIE on his attack on Goldwater'i civil Margaret Chase Smith civil rltfits: and grant NAPLES
MASSEY ..t II.! dc'endantt, INS Including Sen. Clair Engle, D. right vote Barry Goldwater's delegate Richard M. Nixon 8 privileges to special citizens FLOIUOAFurniture
relief therein touiht being': the tare.elofun Calif., recuperating from two Many of them, he added total has reached (94-39 more Favorite sons 84 and take away constitutional
of eerteln mortiei rt
corded In Official, Records Book IS brain operations, who was rolledup "seem to feel Goldwater Is out than the 655 needed to win the Uncommitted 219A rights of other citizens?"
Pi|. 149 Public Records of Collier, the aisle In a wheel chair. Republican presidential noml. resurvey of the Maryland Carbaugh of Chalta.
County, Floride. You .r. hereby required of the Republican swim. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Harry
to file with the Clerk ofaid The roll call moved swiftly He also declared that his nine President Johnson Saturday 41. nation at next month's Republl- delegation Friday boosted to
If ". Court "your.v.. written either, pertonelly detente.. and at 7:50 p.m. it was over. day.old campaign is attracting rected his unofficial California can National convention.The nine the total for Scranton who MOVING TO FLORIDA? Rugs
or by ny .you"or..". In ...d proceedinst' The bill had passed. The gal. delegate Interest a week or two vote-getttng campaign at the area last 14 delegates were entered the rare against Gold.I U .*"I l Kitr*-Bvndrd l>nv.
0"Ih.r..h"0' before" ssrye Juty r U.C.DY 1964.on yla/n.and/ lery broke into applause. earlier than he expected. that rave Sen. Barry Goldwater selected In Montana Friday and 1 water last Friday. The pennsyl. tri, Modern Equipment. s.... Gifts Accessoriesand
tiff. '! coWitnatt 'I, Jam.. R. Adams: Voting for it were 49 Demo. Scranton said he plans to useGoldwater's Ms possibly crucial victory InCalltornla' the Arizona senator won them vania governor gained two from Pk Run .FMtwrvn Naples Objets d'art
O. 101 116 Nlpl... Florod.,. crate and 27 Republicans.Against vote against the Republican prl. all. Rockefeller, and two who had
H.r"n lad not upon ysin : buy.Ina it 21 Democrats According to The AssociatedPre. I nd: 2000 IbM. 1000 lb..
were Goldwater
a d.crs pro conl.uo .nt.r.d.e.ln.t civil rights bill as his main mary. been uncommitted. not to be foundelsewhere.
you.my hand and the Seal, el Including 20 Southerners-and weapon In their battle for the Johnson scheduled a mid. .. survey, here Is the cur.1 retains five Maryland votes. rout you fi lou
aid Court at Suet Naplet.' Florida, six Republicans Including Sen. Republican nomination. morning Jet plane departurefrom bra fork 201.20 $16240 .
the. llth day of Juno, 1964 Barry Goldwater of Arizona the
MARGARET T, SCOTT, "1' have used It as an Issue Democratic-controlled San (hicii J20I.29 *362.40Irtrlind S e e
Clerk front-running candidate for hisparty's and I will continue to do so," Francisco for the Los Angeles CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK (' St".611 3U)20
By: INEZ MAOILLO.mty presidential nomination.
Clerk the governor told a news con. area. Serving ill northern point
JAMLS R ADAMSP : After the roll call most of the ference Friday night shortly aft. The President was aiming his DUN BARS Mud Florida including Ntpln. Visit our furnished modal

Naplet. O ,Box Florida 411 senators left the floor Many., er receiving the most tumultu. attention for the day at Los \u, 5UPPI ES tort YI)rrll. Punt (;.urd*. apartments at Carriage
Attorney for Plaintiff however stopped to congratu.late ous reception of Ms 9-day-old Angeles and Orange counties,
June rut 21. July I. 12, 1964 *1S2 leader Ev. Charlotte Harbor. Sirmota.elf. La Tour Rivage andYankee's
Republican of Goldwater
the center f
campaign. He came here to ad. strengthIn \ Brand newt I All metal
Brett M. Dirksen, and Sen. Hu. dress the Massachusetts California. $83 up Write for rated and cost Landing
1 Republican Bum Proof Plastic Desk,
bert H. Humphrey D.Minn.the Convention today. Goldwater, who won the Top rftimilr from in) city lo
bill's floor manager, for their He said Goldwater's vote Fri. state's June 2 Republican presidential |II'RINESt4 MACHINES SALES REPAIRS any Florid point or cell cW- MEMBER OF

IAfI bipartisan effort In driving the day, as the bill cleared the Sen. primary by 58,000 rotes, AND RENTALS: KRFE. PROMPT \fti-Phone 8S2-U21. .- AMERICAN INSTITUTEOF
bill through. ate, "Is the most unfortunate gained a 150,000 vote margin IJF.I.I'F.RSERVlfE TERMINAL VAN LINES
Democratic Leader Mike thing for our party. It sets the over rival Nelson A. Rockefeller <<; 7"1 Sth Ave. S... Ml20 : 125 'lh Street, South
Mansfield remained on the floor party back to the time before the governor of New SI. PtUnburf. Florida INTERIOR DESIGNERS
LUFF GMC INC. to announce the legislative pro. Abraham Lincoln." York, In Los Angeles county In I
gram for next week when the "Someone else ought to be Orange County, Goldwattr's
Truck -' parts Senate plunges into: a massive nominated and. I know lust the margin was about .50,000ppes.(

-S rvlct bscklpgofwyrk.'Then, although person who Is interested" *' These. two x.
TEMPORARY most senators Were gone, he Scranton said.Scranton ,' ectedta JloJd. ll le"1a.ar1';: he : ojt t) &Slitq ., .fN0k .
kept the Senate In session long hit at Goldwater'f outcome of the s.
LOCATION enough to pass 50 minor bills. vote several hours earlier In idential election in Calltot la.

421 Ninth St./ N. The bill breaks new ground Louisville, Ky., where he also This same area gave the 1960
-- for federal civil rights law, at attacked what he called the sen. Republican ticket a narrow
least In modern times, In three ator's slanderous statements statewide victory over the Dem.
respects It would ban racial against the poverty. rlclten. ocratlc slate of John F, Kennedyand
discrimination In: Lyndon Johnson 1/u44toi//he
MPLE Motels and hotels, eating.. ,
$ places, gasoline station and en. broad framework of the leglsla. Officially Johnson Is mixing '
tertalnment centers, and some tlon passed by that branch 290 politics and official appearances tz
other places of public accom. to 130. during his three-lay California
mldatlon. The Senate version appears tour that began Friday. Actual.ly .

ft; All phases of employment, In. certain to become the law, per. he has yet to bypass politicsat .'
AT REPeriod eluding hiring, firing, promo. haps within two weeks because any stop. ( ;

lions and union membership. House leaders say they expectto Friday night in San Francisco 4
Federally assisted state and accept the revisions. Speak. "
the President was avowedly po. tttra
Of local programs. Federal funds er John W. McCormack, D.,,, lltlcal.as he told 2,500 diners at fi J
JUNE ili THRU JUNE Hth would be cut off If the dlscrlm. Mass., said he Is confident the'' a $100-a-plite Democratic din.
SUHrMON.TUESTony Inatlon is not ended.In bill will be in the President's ner that he had visited the stateon ,
: .,....
hands by July 4. ; .G...._
addition the bill would a job-hunting expedition 40 :
greatly Increase the power of Leaders said they believe years ago "and I'm back on the
\ CKristine the attorney general Rules Committee Chairman same mission tonight."
I lie could sue to desegregate Howard W. Smith, D-Va, a bit.
X(Vli8Kaulmaim\ schools and public facilities ter foe of the bill, could delayit Johnson greeted in the bay

such as parks and libraries and only about eight days. Thus area by enthusiastic noon.hour .
could assist Individuals In a the final vote could cone on crowds estimated by police at --. -
wide variety of cases brought to June 30 or July 1, 400,000, contended the Demo. -
113nskTlrG IIaC colon I obtain the equal protectionof crate had redeemed three ma. ;\ -

the laws jor pledges made to California __ .,.
I nsD HICK!hedolmn A lawn I Rrbtw HOW'S THAT? 6
voters In the 1960
T An underlying theme of the
bill Is a shift to federal court fORT LAl'DFRDM-F.' Ha. campaign: to increase U.S. mil.
WED.THURSrFRrrATDRIVE. injunctions as a principal meth. (AP) A spelling Ice sponsored Itary strength, to seek peace
od of enforcement of civil t by city Knight of Columbus war and justice in the world, and This exceptionally fine home is situated in a most exclusive section of delightful Naples.The .
announced by a newt "I".ae "meet
to the hopes and widen
assumption rights This It Involves Is hard the to tacit get which described the "m.."' of the horizons of opportunity for exotic landscaped lot has a fully automatic sprinkler system and is one of the largest, if

convictions under criminal eenmonin. every American." not the largest lot in Beautiful ROYAL HARBOR.
'ibjKil statutes '

The measure would also The superb home is almost brand new CBS construction, actually built only 9 monthsego.

broaden two previous, acts on Why pay extra to live on the beach? It has a full house air conditioner that cools or heats, the year around. There is elegantwall
".lanlry 1I..r. Jack 1I..lo.In.
voting rights, establishing
I TECHNIRAMA'nCHNICOlOR'1 among other things that an ap. to wall carpeting and luxurious drapes. Terrazzo floors, cement tile roofing, spacious

..--.raw pliant to register Is presumed alarn.a.n.da: 20"x15 I living room, four large bedrooms, three baths, a huge screened-in porch, double

literate U he has a 6th grad I garage and a chain link fenced 20'x20' play yard.
extend the Civil

1 Rights Commission to 1968, and Condominium Apartmentswith Conveniences galore: an intercom system, numerous T.V. plug-ins soft cool lightingand
set relations
up I community
AIL INTHEATRE service to try to help In solving 2 bedrooms and 2 baths the dream kitchen has every work saving convenience under the sun. A Kitchen-aid dish

\Lf racial discrimination disputes.As offer all the fine features of apartment living washer, Waste King disposal; you name it, it's here.
sent back to the House the and finest feature of all
costs only -
Period Of bill contains more than 100 Sen.I You'll have an all screen enclosed swimming pool with underwater lighting, an inviting
JUNE : hI 22nd JUNE Uth 27tl h I ate changes but preserves the completewith patio and the boat slip is a harbor in itself. It will accommodate three boats*.
estimated low
as as -
Sun. Mon.
$25 a month. This paradise will give you elegance and dignity and the view is into Southwest Florida's

"GREGORY// 'l'UNY- NAPLES These low, low prices are possible because you striking sunsets across Naples Bay, facing Crayton Cove and the new Tahitian Congress Inn.

PECKcuims will own the land, which is not beachfront
The owner has spared no expense, to make this his luxurious permanent home but
CAPTAIN NEWMAN. : priced, but Is still In the ,
-.-.....- BUSINESS because of a recent heart attack his future plans have all been changed and he Is offeringto

Plus SECOND IIAT35I all Mooringswith sell this Heavenly place at 1660 Dolphin Lane for only 42000. You must see this to
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Sunday, June 21. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3


Rookerie Bay Committee

Asks Careful Look At

Coastal DevelopmentsThe


economy of vitally 1m. through sport and commercial
portant sport and commer,'Ul fishing and as tourist attractions i
fishing grounds Is being threat "County commissioners re.
ened by lack of sound planning cent proposal to extend Kelly
of -oastal waterways development Road from East Naples South
a :itlzens committee here i along Rookery Bay across Hen.
claims. derson Creek to the Isles of

Herman Teetor, first vice. Capri, Is a glaring example, VAN CAMP'S No. 1 Can
chairman of the Rookery Bay Teetor said, "and only a ,rash ,
a Committee said ysterdayt"Hl. protest drive averted that
advised plans for roads, bulkheads threat."
and dredging are threat. Collier commissioners drew PORK& BEANS a
eninj to destroy the flsh.nursery bark their road line In that case
ground of Gulf Coast waters which to a point on the mainland above
contribute millions of dollars the area the Rookery Bay Committee ,
every year to our economy considers vital.
The committee was formed
after the successful oppositionto 104
Find Solid Fuel seek technical Investigation
of the entire area to determineIts
SHUNS SO L Sine it. bird for Nanook ro discardhis Doesn't Detonate economic and recreational

fur coat with the idvtnt of warm weather, the polar values, and to formulate ways y i r
bur sought out a shady spot In its Cincinnati Zoo d.n. Under ImpactCHINA and means of protection com.

LAKE Calif. (AP)- patible with orderly land development
The Air Force says tests show for the regions rapidly DEL MONTE
solid fuel used In cpace boosters increasing population
Sen. Back for the Titan 3 rocket won't det. I
Kennedy's onate under Impact.A TOP CITIZENS TUNA
I spokesman disclosed Friday 1. The group which has been
that a naval ordnance i e., accepted as a project of the
Broken In Crash 2 Die search track was used to hurl national Nature Conservancy, Is
; a 118,000-pound motor segment headed by a group of national.
Into a concrete abutment at 43! ly known Industrialists, all of
NORTHAMPTON Mass. (AP) Dickinson Hospital said the 32. miles per hour. whom have Naples homes. 4 CANS $1
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy D. year.old Kennedy suffered sev. The fuel did not detonate the Chairman Is Charles Draper
Mass., younger brother of the eral fractured vertebrae. But he spokesman said, and the rocket with Teetor Lester Norris and
late President John F. Kennedy, has the use of his arms and I passed the test.Cubans. Nelson Sanfordasvice.chalrmen. i
was hospitalized with a broken legs and Is listed In "fair con. First step in the Rookery Baygroup's Nibitco's NEW CHIT CHAT.
back today after a private plane dltlon." campaign was sponsor
crashed Friday night In an ap. Less seriously Injured in the ship of a Florida Conservation B-B-Q SNACKS 39c
pie orchard taking two lives. crash were Sen. Birch Bayh D> Shoot Department survey of the waters pkg.
Dr. Thomas F. Corrlden who>> Ind., and his wife Both were of the mangrove and sand
supervised immediate treat. reported in food condition at dune coasts.
ment of the senator at Cooley. the hospital. The report on the two.day stu. Golden Harvest 1-
Killed in the crash was the Yankee PlaneBombing dy by biologist Kenneth D. Wood. 39
I pilot of the twin engine plane burn was released to the press PRUNE JUICE 't 40.01.
LE Edwin T, Zlmny 43, of Law. and to government officials Wed
I rence. Edward Moss 41, Kenne nesday.
I i" dy's administrative aide, died Mill [ Directors of the Rookery Bay
(A/ ''' In the hospital of Injuries suf. Committee, meeting Thursday
fered In the accident. voted to use Woodburn's report
The plane was approaching MIAMI, Fla. (AP) The> 'as the springboard for further
Barnes Airport, in Westfleld, Cuban government claims toi studies to determine the econo. STALEY'S
By Vivian OK shortly after 11 o'clock. The have shot down a plane ;mlc value of the waters, In terms
control tower at Barnes said it from the United States after it''of commercial fishing sport fish. 24.01, BOTTLESYRUP
Did you know that was In contact with the pilot bombed a sugar mill on Cuba's I ing and as attractions for water r O 0 rr
chronic worriers are more and that he reported no difficul north coast i recreation to tourists winter vlsltors .
likely to overeat than un- ty. It had rained heavily ear. "Pursued by an air force'' and tourists. i
plane and attacked from the "We want to keep Naploj the
Her and was drizzly and foggy
der-tat? Three times
a* at the time.It antiaircraft batteries the prate i. I gateway to the Ten Thousand '
many worritri get fat was believed that as Zim. plane was shot down on 1 Islands not !to 10,000 lots,.'aald I I [(1 iiEJI:
than get thin that the ny approached the airport his I the north coast of Las Villas'Teetor
Bikini lun't an new ai you plane may have hit the tops of 'Province" the government saidin But he added the group Is "ful
might (marine? A similar trees In the fog. There was no an official statement broad. 1 ly aware of the need for soundly 374
garment war common Ro cast by Havana radio Friday I planned, orderly development of
lire.The first witness, Robert I night and monitored In Miami. I land hat does not destroy one
man bathing attire
'way Schauer said he heard thecrash The head of an exile group in I facet of the economy to pro ,
back In the Fourteenth and then saw the wreckedplane I Miami. Orlando Bosch, said, "I mote another" T St ':
Century that the Irish 200 yards up a hillside in j fear It was our plane." He refused a j, "i ,14 ,
potato got Its start in an apple orchard. He dashed up j\ to laY what! kind of planeit
South America that the hill to help. I was, how many men were p t rnIs HUNT'S
I the Item moat American Today's hospital bulletin said: aboard or where it took off Police Oppose ;

tourists leave behind In Sen. Kennedy is in fair condl. from. No.-2 j
The Cuban radio did not men. t CAN
foreign hotels Is false tion. He has Improved consider. Abolition Of
ably since his admission and Is 'lion survivors. It said the at.
teeth? that George resting comfortably. 'tack' took place at 11:45, but

Washington's first nation "X.rays showed fractures of didn't specify a.m. or p.m. or Death PenaltyFORT e- i S APRICOTS
al budget was written on the fifth and sixth ribs on the even the day.
a single sheet of paper? left side, fractures of the sea The statement said that the LAUDERDALE (AP-
The current budget ex* ond, third and fourth lumbar J plane:, dropped three bombs on 'The State Fraternal Order of
seeded 1,000 vertebrae (the lower back) and t the| Marcelo Salado mill near ]Police convention was on record
pages w
fractures of the second, third Calbarlen: a town almost exact. i Saturday as being against the abo. 294
From the time of Wanh- 'ly! in the middle of Cuba's
and fourth transverse proces. long 1 lit Ion of the state death penalty.
Ington real estate bar held
which the
sea, give spine sup.
a fascination for people One of the bombs exploded The 350 delegates mostly active
port. : t law
with Investment capital but no one at the mill was enforcement officers
"There are no head injuries
I passed a resolution Friday
the government said.It .
And they are making the and no neurological compllca.
charged that the plane flew I against doing away with capital
mistake today that tlons. He has complete use of
same From I the United States. "We J punishment after a legislative
were made then loa. his legs and arms. lie has cuts lope the U.S. government won't I committee opposed the proposal.The .
on both legs and the right
ing thousands. The safest hand" lave the cynicism to deny these resolution said: "The
investment, whether for facet' ," the statement said.
Kennedy was to have been penalty Is necessary for
profit or personal I use, la 'endorsed by acclamation at the Several weeks ago Cuban good law enforcement and de.
to buy or sell through a Massachusetts State Demo e xiles started talking about a errent in the prevention of cap. LARGE VARIETY HAYDENMANGOS
new war of sabotage against Fl. Hal crime."
reputable broker like VIVIAN cratlc Convention for the U.s.
lei Castro. Few ,
forays against
Senate seat once held by his
OGG, Realtor 824
Cuba have been confirmed, how. The committee said other
Fifth Avenue South. Call brother ever' .states which abolished the death
The accident occurred less
MI 2-4749 for personal in. than seven months after Fresl. The Castro government ad. penalty had experienced an in.
formation m!tIed the anti-Castro: forces at. 4 rease in capital crime.
dent Kennedy was killed by an
lacked, a sugar mill on the south
assassin's bullets In Dallas.
c out in mld-May. It also said
YOUR Tex.The hat; a pirate boat attacked fish Title Companyof _
word of the crash shocked
men off Las Villas Province
PHARMACISTSPEAKS the cheerful convention which
June 5 and sunk
adjourned, talking of postponingthe Naples
rest of the sessions for at An armed boat belonging to
.. least one week. loach's Revolutionary Insurrec.lonal ABSTRACTS ESCROWS 2 294
tI l Recovery Movement was Pepperd Bid*.
the Ibs
Reconstructing crash po. :
'J BY Ml 2.339ell
(lopped' by U.S. officials as it
"T lice said it had been raining Fifth Ave So.
i' .. GENE laded for Cuba last year.
earlier in the evening and
," ground fog had settled as the Exile groups have carried out
tLA plane neared West Sprlnrtl ld. ale raids on Cuba previously. ........
)ince, a plane with an American .w.J'8
The pilot was believed to have
plld' dropped a homemade
attempted a landing at BarnesAirport .
rob> on a Havana refinery al.
In Westfleld a Spring.
field suburb.One ?hough. no damage was done. r
uu--"""' r
witness said the plane's
cockpit was ripped open "likeit
Aspirin, that simple but had been cut with a can
beautifully versatile drug opener" ituJry Cflfelrieal Service w r

found In every medicine A revolving red beacon atop
cabinet, enjoyed a redia. the plane led searchers to the INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL WIENERS PREMIUM lb. 39c

cover, In 1899. First ere. .wreckage Phi MI 2-3696 S 1175 Pine St.. Naples, Fl,. il ilNOW..WASHINGTON TARNOW'S REG. 69c
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The Best Gift of All FINDING

NtUJ r s. @; We Are Wanted


SUNDAY JUNE 21, 1964 \ Newspaper Enterprise Aisn.

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Daddy, Dear Old DaddyMillions \I ,' nM.'Y\hue"are the days ofElgar

', 'Pomp and Circumstance -

of words will be written portant decisions, Isn't a family less likelyto .." the the dignified stately senior processionals ,-

have the "gimmies" that Dad has to t. and concerned
proud parents
but it
about Father's Day most go in debt to satisfy? ot'\\,., 1iiJt 1// young famihei. These are
think the ;
will be written by males. We f.r the graduates.
"And since women are outliving men, /:: ii'f: ; Suddenly young personsare
material on the subject was writtena .t. .
isn't that an indication that families .Ii ': :> aware that some major influences
couple of years ego by a woman. See have brought them to

what"I 1 you have think.a sneaking suspicion that Dad comes should a bit before make more a anything-spec'al by seeing else effort, that that to pamper he his may rest i); lI' l\/; ;/: : > i.:: their their this achievement philosophy ideas giving setting shaping form some-I to -

homes would be happier, children wouldbe ',. '-' thing of the pace for the future in the universe. Mankind
need than the children '
a vacation more ; for that one fixed
better behaved and easier to live yearns
need summer camp and that if there is i l At one such college con- point, a center, something
would become
with, and fewer wives an able-bodied boy in the family, Dadshouldn't ; : ; D vocation the speaker asked stable that can be counted on.
widows in their fifties or sixties, if we \ '''' IWf.rJ '\ the 3,000 graduates from the And he wants that not to be

would Dad back at the head of the be pushing a lawn mower I various schools of disciplinesto a figment of his own yearningor
'Women were once smart enough to ;11f\; \ stand up. They did. Then a concoction growing from
household where he belorgsl Afterall
put enough value on their husbands' he asked them to be seated. his need.
isn't a home that revolves around the ?' ri;' ; They were. At which he is Every graduate can remem
normal environ health and happiness to see that familylife 'f' !k; :' Ol reported to have pointed out ber, as a child, running into

breadwinner a more was tailored to a man's needs. But, "r: ,; o o oo tC V how quickly they obeyed his the house after school with

ment for children than a home that revolves somehow Dad dethroned and the : ( words and how susceptiblethey the cry of 'Mom' or 'Mother:
got When the question echo.d
around the kids themselves? Isn'tit ; are to words and influ
kids became the most important membersof 0D3 ences that are barraging them back "What do you want
learn obedi.
better for them to
a place there was the simple answer,
the family Their demands and their every day.
ence, consideration for the right of others 14 The poet Auden once wrote "Nothing." We'd like that out

and the necessity for contributing to the momentary happiness became all im outh as that area of life of the universe, not an
portent Since that hasn't made a happy just waiting anxiously for imagined answer but His
family Instead of always taking, and giving something to happen. voice. Just to know that there
life not Dad
family why putting
nothing in return. And, if Dad is ". to be young means was someone to hear. We :are

head man and has the final say on im back as the head of the family and see To be all on edge, to be held all waiting for that important
if the whole family Isn't better off?" waiting in call something to rescue us

A packed lounge for a person from the possibilities of our

. Civil Rights Bill Now CertainThere al call own total destruction, the assurance -

7 ... From Long Distance, for the that someone cares
where the population breakdown is: low voice that This Is the faith that God is

is no doubt whatever that the 1,257,546 whites and 920,595 non. ._,. .. ... .,..... Define one's future. The God, the Reality of our realities
,. "'..,...';. know to be identified with
bill not
House will accept the civil rights ; '. ; :<, ..\ fears we ,
whites. ,..'. : : ; : : ..
-- '-' : 'm.;:. ., Are not of knowing. Will our own personal or national
which yesterday was passed in the Sen Obviously, Minnesota and Montanawill I nightfall bring us values. God Is the God of

ate by such a comfortable margin. So Ina feel the effects of the bill much, s. Some awful order Keep judgment as well as comfort

matter of days the United States will much less than will Georgia and Missis : people The Best of BoyleBY a hardware store of righteousness as well as
In a small town Teach/ loving kindness.If .
have still another law to control the sippi. This will hold true, In varying degrees in the HAL BOYLENEW science for life to we are young enough to

habits and actions of its citizens. In other states. I Progressive girls? It is getting be on edge, we can learn to

Two sections of the bill will cause a Without the public accommodationsand t ) n eW$ late. listen and to wait
than a man You'd be surprised I Shall we ever be asked for As the threshold genera.
great deal of trouble. Both the public fair employment sections the bill I see of YORK big city(AP dogs)-The the mon mOll s how many dogs here have mink Are we simply/ Not tions of history have had to

accommodations and equal job opportunity probably would have sailed through both HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) 1 admire country dogs. Jackets to protect them from wanted at all? understand one thinks It out

British actor Peter Sellers has trouble with the cold. Under the dignified composure to the ends of the mind and
sections will be difficult to police the House and Senate wtihout difficulty.Not The big city dog:
been quoted as saying It's true is that they act more like pee:H Once I was in large Jewel) of the graduation day then finds God speaking NOW,
and enforce. In some states, of course, many people oppose a better deal he doesn't wtnt to return to pili than they do like doge The:;' store with a friend who was'there are also the anxieties In the understanding of the
these laws will make little no differ Hollywood, but vehemently de. buying a gift for his wife. Tlw'that torture the mind.
or for the non-white segment of our popu- acquire all the vices of hum sanctity of the human being

ence. lation, but these two sections will certainly nylng reports which he cared criticized for him the nature while abandoning mos, gem-studded salesman showed gold a beautiful necklace,':! It Is at this point that all of that nagging I question is
hospital of the virtues of their canlai B us search for a hitching post answered. We're wanted!
For Instance, in Minnesota, home be resented and opposed In a majority after his almost-fatal heart at- nature. priced $1,750..

state of Sen. Hubert Humphrey who led of the 50 states. It will take a tack. If you were to be granted "Who can afford these' mj
to u
friend asked.
the fight for the civil rights bill, the veritable army of officers to enforce the England Sellers, made who has a transatlantic returned could second hardly term have on It earth easier, thai yoi "You'd be surprised' repllec

1960 census lists the population as follows bill. phone call Friday to David Mir. to be reborn a dog In New Yorl.t the salesman. "1 sold one list TODAY IN WASHINGTON I
week to customer who bough t!
: 371,621 whites and 42,261 non- When Informed of Senate passage of inch In Hollywood. the film City. Here, dogs have their da;:y it to surprise a her dog on itt
Seller was making
whites. Sen. Mike Mansfield, who also the civil rights bill, one Collier Countlan "KlM Me, Stupid" when strict.en. There are several year. hundrei.. birthday:' :

favored the bill, represents Montana, made this observation "This may still He was taken to Cedars of thousand dogs here, and a mon Your country dog Is full/ olu
cockleburrs, fleas high.
where the population is: 650,738 whites be the home of the brave, but I'm not Lebanon Stories Hospital.about Sellers not ling ik.,pampered could hardly lot find of creatures elsewhere yo a 11 spirited 'enthusiasms. When it t WASHINGTON (AP)-.In the the Job.CALL.

nonwhites.The for I stroll with you, l IIJ t t news from Washington: TO ARMS: The Defense
and 24,029 too certain that it's still the land of the the UA film capital's work. earth, except perhaps am on, goes
chases alter squirrels( FARM TO TABLE: The Sep.and Department hlgher-than.
gleefully says
fight against the bill was led free. log conditions resulted In a telegram the worshipful white elephant;
ate has cleared the for enlistment .
< rabbits or wandering cats, I way a expected :and reen.Ilstments

by Se i. \is *!IlRu.je! .t.' Georgia-!aherQ<|.' J The Vojifeadja cta proved that.A.. .'1 the picture from, his calllnc co-workers him an L''utw on'1I.ttlllpt'9MbI.I'bf Slam. Hall the "dogs.. In CltlprJIIUIt.t Man M j comes ,, back parting with.iJp V. s arci) >,fi>6 gpy",runent Jnqutry., are responsible for the
drl&cing 3 Whereas the country, dog/js.i into the nation'soodioarketlng? \. lowest ,draft call In more than
the r PvUyPQ :!Isy21 I !,223/wiiteiw'8na;: 'g, h'abits'oj.merjEanecan n t.e.. prpl.'QfIa1 sitflmk:ilk.y.._ J .ore tnntefteoUhhdel Joy the duty 'ot serving it!i system three years 3,300 men In
1 1,125,893 non-whites. Sen John Stennfs( legislated. Only time will show if civil Concerning reports that he half the people. to revl.
complained about the site of his The dog here certain,. master, the big city: dog seem i By agreeing Friday August
a strong foe of the bill, is from Mississippi rights can be legislated. hospital bill estimated by;'ly has average a more nutritious die t at times to get most ol Its plea,, Eons the House made in an au. The July call was 8,000.In .

--- ,,,,,,,"' ,..,,....'" trade papers at $38,000 to $89,.I ithan the average person. 1 it: sure out of bullying its ownei thorlzlng resolution, the Senate April 1961, the draft call
} ,'' :'" "";' slave. set the for of dropped to but It shot
; <' and turning him Into a stage naming a 1,500 men
,atfdsAo1g ': ", '.. ,, '" :#@ ",, ,, OOM Sellers told M I r 1 s e hi"That's gets more exercise and mon commission. Five senators and up to 25,000 In September be.
an absolutely ridiculous sleep
five representatives will serve cause of the Berlin crisis.
and preposterous lle..After all, U It falls sick, a dog can gc* Crime Rate
with five public members HEALTH CARE The House
I died. I really died eight Into a dog hospital with far lei 8 ap. :
An of four major
average pointed by President Johnson Ways and Means Committee
tI times In that blessed place and red tape than It takes for a person .
committed each
crimes are i "We expect It to look Into resumes closed sessions Mon.
each time they brought me back to tit admitted Into a '
.. . . . .4t to life." pie's hospital. pP3minute murder in the U.S. including robbery prlce>rlgglng, profits, possible day on plans to expand healthcare
a every a -antitrust loopholes> and the for the aged.
OPINION The hospital has not disclosed Small wonder, then, that bl, .
M F 8 bur
minutes a of
every small returns to many ouri The committee not expect.
The the size of Sellers' bill. city dogs are often spoiled, sell,*
Capsule glary every 35 seconds and a i farmers, ranchers and grow. ed to approve President John
Ish, and Impossibly smug auto theft IH minutes,. said Sen. Warren G. son's for
every Mag. proposal a hospitalization
yr v'r ft Adolescence is a time of rapid changes. KOBE, Japan (AP) Malay. Caring to them has become a *
according to the BritannicaIt > D-Wash. under Social
Between the of 12 and IT for slam It cost nuson, program
ages example King Agong Yang Dl-Per. profitable Industry. *
Book of the Year voted$1.5 million for
At the Crossroads a parent ages aa much as 20 tuan and his queen were forced more to get a dog a hair cu Congress Security.

yeara. by bad weather Saturday to ,
A road hog is a man who meets you -- ---- -------
more thin halfway. -TUB PUTNAM COUNTY GRAPHIC main in their hotel atop 3,000.
GREENCASTLE, INDothers foot Mount Rokko outside Kobe,
--THK CEoRr.rrowN (KY.) NEWS Japan ..

I The king had scheduled a i t"ricaL I COLLIER COUNTY & SOUTH WEST FLORIDA

round of golf, and the queen .
had hoped to go on a slghtsee.

say Ing tour of Mount Rokko Nation.al .
Park, but a rainstorm caused
1' them to cancel their plans

The royal couple arrived in THE SPANISH OUTPOSTS .. . .. .. .. K 1
II visit Tokyo June 18 for a 10-day state

Because of frequent storms
? HOLLYWOOD, Call/. (AP) _, driving ships to shore, Philip U
A woman Friday accused Lind. In 1534 ordered that outposts be

say Crosby, youngest son of, established to rescue persons and
1U? crooner Blng Crosby, of knock. recover treasure. Each outpost
Ing her off a bar stool In Hollyj was to be manned by 50 men. i

wood. With the disappearance of Cover .
Mrs. June May Plalnkas filed nor Uenendei de Avlles' son on

a complaint charging young an exploration Caravel, the go.
Crosby with battery. She con. vernor made an entire circuit

tended she was In a tavern eel.ebratlng from Tcrtugas to Sanlbel Island
her 46th birthday when searching in vain for his son. l

Crosby, without saying a word, However, he did ransom Spanish I I
lifted her from the stool and captives from the Cacique: Caloos I I II'' I II Ijll
dropped her on the floor In the area. II I IiI

Crosby denied the charge He A patrol ship periodicallywould
said he got Involved In "sort of visit the outposts and bring
a frM.for.all" when he tried to supplies from St. Augustine

help the maitre with "some peo. Naturally, the Spanish outposts I
pie who were giving him a bad varied as to location from time

time to time Occasionally disease,or tl i

J, The ChrUtun Seltnee Monitor SAN Calusa attack, would decimate ar
'No. I dlda'l enjoy the Hlf hL That movli "'u a real clinker"Dnnserous toly Dobrynln, Soviet ambassa.dor .

-.... .. --=_ .. -_. to the United States, ar.rived .
F In San Francisco Friday r .

DrugsPurple .. night to begin a two.week vaca. 1

hearts beer and both together non> ddicti\e drugs Is that In many lion In Pacific Coast and Rocky L 1I 1i I

contributed to the uproar which shook cases they produce diminishing returns Mountain states. He planned a i
visit today to Yosemite Nation.
"kicks. someutlngStemmer.
user craves
The timely : garrison. On one occasion: Sir
Clicton (recently) more al Park. I II
Mr. Brooke's Bill makir the unauthorized American authorities Frances Drake destroyed several
The seem rather COLLIER COUNTY NEWS outposts and then climaxed his ,
possession of purple hearts more alert to the drug-menace than our I
and similar drugs a heavily punlshabteoffence. : own rather less Inclined to assume each MICHAEL CMANCC. felt-Vbll.h.r expedition by burning St. Augus.
In 1381.
Until now thene pills have drug innocent till proved guilty. Yet THOMAS HAY I ft Associate Editor tine
In nee a Captain Reynoso was
been obtainable In theory only on they have largely failed so far. and so
CRT OPOLKA. Uech. Supt. sent to the vicinity of theCaloosa.
prescription from the chemist. In fact may we. for similar reasons. Teenager
DAVID NEMMANSON. Clix. Director hatches River to set up an out.
they teem available all over the place with more money than sense, without ,
MMS. LOUISE OAUS. Office Mgr. post. The original letter Is In
in clf... In clubs and pubs, on street civilised tastes, manner or Interests,
Publlshe' e eepl Monday Alcazar
the chronicles In Spain.
comers. Where they all come from remains whose frustration and infinite bore end Saturday. \:r'th afternoon oy
partly a mystery. Many addicts dom finds some relief In wallowing the Collier County Publithlnf Co, After the defeat of the Calusa
Int. Ml Temn' Avenue, Smith, Nf Indians through an Improved fllnU
get extra supplies under resumed name; pills some outlet in smashing shop fit 1>>40. Mall .." ... P. 0. .
whole pads of prescription form are windows: fatuous but revered writers SM 171/7 lock musket, the outposts divaloped

stolen from doctors, and tell at Si (some of their books Incidentally are Telephone I Mldwky Ills? for all Into plantations) with many wit mentioned on all early maps the French and Motile Indians,. We hope that our coming His.ear I
apiece; there. are other tricks. of great "Uteri IT merit") and other dep.rtm.nn.aub.crIptien. captive slavesusugsrwonkarsl j from 1565 on. In the area of We have seen actual ruins t torlcal trip to Europe will
Purple hearts are addictive. Marijuana cultuie-heroei who have confIned en Kateoy On one old map we notice sugar i Palm Beach and Boca Raton out. Spanish sugar mills la the Oke*. cover more detailed on.
another source "kicks" for the drug-taking a sinister glamour and fas / carrier or mall payable I III plantation In the area of Royal posts were set up, called BI s. ebobee area. South Bay, DeLandand I account of the silent map history of I I
young ls possibly not. Other available clnatlon; parents too diffident or too indiffeient advanca Palm Hammock. A plantation ,:sync on the old maps. U several other locus oar,> our area forgotten
Month I' SO. through then
drags vary In effect An M.P. recently or too lacking In authority to Three Ono Mestnii$3.1551. was at Caxambas on liarco Is. Strangely enough Miami was One sugarmlll seemed to ha i centuries. .

lilted 102 dangerous drugs, capable of check their children even when they Member of The "....1.1.. Proa, land where a redoubt was located. tailed Boca Raton then Vlscaya experienced violent battle. Quit> It U also hope that
causing hallucinations, mental confusion ace them at the gate of hell: all theaepeople .which... for i* ...tltl.. "cl".IIh.of all/ .local. It seems that In the area of Clam I or Biscaya. Aa outpost was also I t few human bones were on UM evidence of Spanish eaUlemesite concrete

over-excitement, eroticism and are in the minority. Yet minorities now* llama repuolwatioA printed In th>* ,..... aa Pass a huge Indian settlement die j located here.Tampa lake bottom nearby. All we"' of bygone days wUhla Coiner
presumably crime, which: can be of this sort are not only so appalling wall a* oil AP newt ditpouheo.Entarotf eloped Into tome Industry which was the location: ol fOMlllied due to Lbedlaracterl.> County will be uncover..
bought freely without prescription The tragedy In themselves: they the Poet OMko oa ...... elate matter Florida.under ot. required a mill. ,mother outpost. Et. Maria datpalachl tie of the water,even tbousjt acm i sot too distant future.tbt la the
principal danger of 'V'1ahe milder can grow.-Daily/ Telegraph (London) Act el 'r'n Cape Canaveral (place of Cane) t was bunted la 170S by were Caucasian skull

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Verdicts Sunday, June 21. Itlt COLLIER COUNTY SEWS 5
I .

Criminal Returned Cases In 3 V\Rci\ ::ws BY DIANE:=, r

Eight criminal cases were
scheduled for ., .'-
jury trial before ,, M
Circuit Judge Archie Odom her
this last week, but the Jury returned The Island Is very busy at tlii of giving the public the tie* s M t
verdicts In only three of time with the people here fishIng their plans for the developingT.
them. for those big snook and most They have already sta;J"C.
The Judge ordered the Jury to everyone seems to be catchlng clearing: land at the four co -
returns directed verdict of not them ners, for the Admlnlsnauo 1 "
guilty tn favor of Booker But. The Marco Island Corporation Building, and starting to clear
ler, charged with aggravated ISo Development "Old Marco VllUge" land where part of the'nighwa\\
sault. The public defender for ,Is prog resslng right along, to be.
this circuit, Walter Talley of Looks like almost all of the CI. Mr. and Mrs.'Ird Rile) have IS
ed Bradenton verdict, moved after for testimony the direct had tins are about cut through an returned by their private planefr Q N C E F 12 Pak 12 01. $149Pritos

been completed and the case was fill thrown up ready to pump r+ Naples Airport to Lookout E kCELI E e
ready to be given to the jury the rest of the land. It Is taking Mountain Tennessee, aftei Throw Away
Earnest Johnson, who had ser. shape fast, and will be a beautiful spending a few days at the Islander EHoltiro Kn. 22 ihry 24 SAVE
ved more than four years for community when It Is finish Motel and fishing with STORE HOURS N ;
Second-degree murder, was trl ed. Everyone here hates the Captain John Stephens of Cood 3Ic
ed again last week and found thought of being without store< land. They say that they love OPEN TIL 6.30; MON, TO THURS.
guilty The Jury deliberated only on the Island for so long a tint Marco: it is one of their favor OPEN 'TIL 900, P.M. FRI t
15 minutes. and will sure be looking forward ite spots and they are looking OPEN 'TIL 700 P.M, SAT ,
Johnson did not have a lawwyears forward to returning in October "
to a new one being built. Qvmttty Rights R*> rv4
aid when he was sentence
Howard Steinle, and
It will take a little while for Mrs.
In a new 1959,trial and he under petitioned the Gideon for the Island people, who have bee daughters, Ann and Sue,and their
rule. The Judge sentenced Johnson here for years to get used to the friends Benita Copeland and
to six months to 20 years, new Marco, that we are about to Melanie Bunner, from Lake
BOYD ACQUITTED have hales, have been spending tWo SAVINGS Add Up] I Fast fit KWIK CHEKWus
Cleveland Boyd, charged with The out-of-town people, who weeks at the Islander Motel.! This
manslaughter, was acquitted by a have been comlnghere for years, is their first trip to Marco and
Jury which took two hours and because It Is a quiet communIty they are enjoying the beach and I
You Value Tool
five, minutes to reach a finding, can't get over the change fishing very much. Mrs.Stern Ie, I Top I I I Stamps I

A pre.sentence Investigate that's taking place. had just won "ijueen for a day"In .. j. TS"%> .
was ordered after Nathaniel Miss Lois Howard has returned her home town. Her wish Is
Drummond, represented by Tal
home after weeks vi- to learn and teach Braille.
ley, entered a guilty plea to man. two and Fred Klote, and LIMIT ONE WITH $3 OR MORE ORDER ASTOR INSTANT
slaughter. He was charged or).. cation with her brother and sis- Mr. Mrs.
finally with second-degree murder ter-ln-law, Mr.lnd Mrs.Wilbur Mr. Klote's mother Mama sue,
Howard of Ft. Myers. from Winter Haven, have been '
Charges were dropped In two I know that all of Earl Cam spending a two weeks vacationat Coffee 59c
cases: Nathaniel Hammond Jr.,, eron's friends, will be happy; the Islander Motel, and have a 'ir
charged with second degree to hear that he Is doing fine, had good luck fishing while they
murder; and James Wheeler: after the surgery that he has jus have been here. .
Frederick, charged with aggri. undergone, and want to wish him Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stockman 1 NORTHERN AURORA TOIL \
vated assault. a and family, from New York,
Defendants in two other si. 1 have recovery.heard that Mrs. Edn are spending two weeks vacation oft Tide Pak
called Gideon and cases re-sentenced entered gull Davis of Naples Is very ill. at the Islander.and the child 'I 4# C'
ty pleas were 19
Stirling Johnson was sentenced Mrs. Davis has just undergone ren are having a ball at the I r r: Tissue H:
to seven years In prison for assault surgery. I am sure her Marc beach swimming and shelling.
with Intent to rape. lie had friends would like to send her Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, wk :
been given a 10-year sentence a card of cheer, and wish her cousin of Mrs.Jean White, while (wr .t \
less than two years ago. well. She Is In the Naples visiting her here at Marco, LIBBY'S TOMATO
Neil Rumrell was sentence Community Hospital fished with Cart Bradley Moore d
to six months to five years two< landed two nice size snook, one
years. ago for escape and break LETTER FROM DIANE weighing eighteen and three quarter 461. CM '6

Ing charge and last was entering.week dropped, amJ The In Rumrell the latter retrial daughter I have had Diane a,letter who has from spent my: nine pounds and the one other half. one weighed ,In Our PAIR DEPT. JuiceCIRCUS Limit SAY110RACKINGBOD Tw: 19LIBBY'S ,:

pleaded guilty to escape lie was this past week In F rankstonTex., Tom Dolton and son Nelson it
given six months In the county;' and will go on from there to and friend Michael Cory,of Baltimore FRUIT' PUNCH, ORANGE OR
; Dallas and Houston. She ls having; Md.,staying at the Moor-
Jul.Talley and W. Ed Weaver of a wonderful time, but It's ver Ings in Naples have fished two Margarine :
the public defender's office represented lonesome at home without her, days with Captain Roger John
defendants In las She will be returning In about t a son. kGR.API54Ji IZ S I 00 ,
week's cases, and George Vega,, week and a half, and not too< Mr and Mrs. Jack Stuart and I
assistant state's, attorney, prosecuted soon for Mama and Daddy. daughter Joan,stayed the Mar LB. 31c -.
them Mr. and Mrs Herbert Turner,I co Island Inn, fished four days .
of Miami spent one week at the with Capt. Roger Johnson and N
TEMPER TEMPER Snook Hole Motel and while here, caught their limit of snook, with ,t
('Ol,.I'MIU'S' '' Ohll.I'( ) .'\ they caught nume rous large stool' Mrs. Stuart being the champion : N
kid Ihul MILS Mil UN lurftlhriHiiihlu 1 and released all of them. .
21.vcur-i.IJw.p.an ml. A.R. Mielke of Hollywood spent Mr, and Mrs. Jackie Thompson .6
!Jh,.. SI.HO llmvcrMlv, Hospital, one week at the Snook Hole Motel Mrs. Richard Addison and / 1
fmlnv H.iul.NJC had good luck fishing, caughthb' t Rev. and Mrs.Hancock,from the 1 d
lvd .lot e.sevcre' Church of God, attended the services
:: *1< 1lrv-' Unit of fish every. dajf amrel'a'dd1ht'i1i '4t
win" tia..ur.I..lli,1J.i l'oNlt"JIIJ ('' (! ;' <'II. ,1'f: 'of die'CtiurcH'of God Camp a I
cuplntnctl'ehut, in user, lilink .i' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kaper\ Meeting in Wlmauma. / ;-tq-/ o 1 1e
her hll h.1I11I, hit I""I wiinttuk J r. and friend of Orlando spent -- -
ill tic mark not lhniiit.il iMIlHIM
Snook Hole
their vacation at the
llimr.Volume t ,
Motel.Mrs Andrew Byrd is visiting

her mother In Ft. Lauderdale
Mr. H.W. Moore and family) : 1I
spent their vacation at the Stool!
Hole Motel, and caught three: I
means lower large snook. -r :
prices! We are now a Dud McGec and sons of ft
volume dealer. You Lauderdale are staying for one.

will save here! week, at the Snook Hole Motel,I
and have caught their limit offish
every day Including a 30C

pound Mako shark. ,,';
The shark w captured by run (
r ning him down on a mud fla I
and gaffing him in the tall. ____
Mr. and hers.Frinklc are stay'. '., Can

Hole Ing for Morel one week at the Snoo( iJ ;

I Captain Nate Hunt of Captain I t ,
Landing guided Corwln L. Den' .Biscuits

nett, and party of four and they] .y II:
caught 20 snook and released seven. -
.The party are from Klsslnv

Meet Star Saleaman nee Mr. and Mrs. John Caldwell;
ELTON DAVIDSON of Tennessee staying at Dick I rI

(2 Falcon 4-door wagon Brooks Lodge lined two days [.LrtuIN1 [''Iii
Like new, Only with Captain Nate Hunt, catching --
heir: limit of snook.
CATCH LIMITDud Britain Is playing with model
'(1 Falcon 2-door. Local own. Cook and of four ,
party airplanes but with a methodto
er gave !good care Perfect front Haines City, fished wit I its( madness Here a 1
second car. Captain Nate Hunt for two days Royal Nan helicopter hOI I.a I.
$995 catching their limit of snook. wooden model of the Concord -. PRODUCE Picked At The Peak of Freshness J
kit. and tins R.A. CrlffU, supersonic airliner durIng
'60 Corvair. 4-door. Economical .tlr. and hits Fred Hamlin, Mr. ruts( in Bedford Hit
family and work car and Mr*. Bud Kirk, of Goodland, model was released and its, FIRM MOUNTAIN OROWNCabbage
Only .lr, and Mrs Ken Vogstad of behavior in flight was trans
milted lo the ground I In' a
ioodUnd, attended the dinnerit
$795 built tn transmitter
the Beach Club Hotel Monday _
'&3 Falcon Future 4-door light by the Mackle Corp. The CALL THE NEWS FOR 6(
This car will give you years dinner was given for the purpose RIBBEK STAMPS
of economical transportation u.t

Special thfi week at [SOUTHWEST ELECTRIC! c.u.1t Y.flwr

'59 Ford station$1495 wagon. Fully CLOSEOUT (

equipped. A beautiful all SALEON Corn. 69

around car for only
$895 S S 10 EARS

friendly salesmen Tom GENERAL ELECTRIC '
Peele, Lauren Blue, Dick
Drnelson. Elton Davidson, D, !: DARLING BUTTERMILK' Pololoes 49(

or sales manager Bit and AIR KINGOLD
Morton. Bread 2- .. 33c a 5 IB. BAG




Austen Stronghoart' SIrOfllhoart G..nwood Shied P.IV. htter Fi.v.e.d

MOTORS-' Southwest Electric Supply Hot Dog Chill Dog Food Cat Food Pickle Beets Cookies

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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, June 21, 1964
Fishing. .

(Continued from page 1))

Mrs. Hackney To Lead ounce of Capri ladyflsh marina.near Jeff the Mangla-Isles ctr

pia, 1040 13th Street, North entered
a sunray caught at
To Pier which weighed slightly over
Local Delegation
.' three pounds


43rd Pilot Convention h A kr' i I Ia IkE' standing"Among catches"unusual"registered and "out so JANE TI'

far have been a 28.pound cobl
Mrs Sandy hackney,presidentof man, with headquarters at the by Clifford Cowing of Harmony
the Pilot Club of Naples, Inc. Waldorf.Astorla Hotel. Shores Trailer Park The cobia of
has been named official del. The speakers will Include Tex was taken at Gordon Pus With school books packed away, thoughts camp

rate to lie 43rd annual conven. McCrary well.known televisionand Other entries In this division have taken over with many of the young set
tlon of Pilot Club InternationalIn radio personality, who will inlcude a 2l1!''4 pound snook caught those who will spend this week In Lees-
New Y,rk City,June 28 through speak on "How To Dream In Co. on a 12-pound test line at Caxam., Among
July 2.Mrs, lor" at the President's Banqueton bas Pass by O.K. Cross of Miami burg, Fla., attending the Methodist Youth Camp are

Margaret Foehrenbach, Monday night, June 29. Rufus and a guest at the Tides Motel I Bobby Rosier, Mary Ann Grimm, Paul Lindabury, and
Mrs. Fran Oilman and Miss El. Freltag of Los Angeles Calif.., Goodlind; a IS pound snook
.anor Goddard have been cho. regional manager of The North. : caught by Ralph Hunt Inverness Phil Saad.
sen to serve as alternate dele western Mutual Life Insurance on an eight-pound test line whichtook L Jeff Link and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Link,

gates. Mrs. Edith Mosermotherof Company, will be keynote speak. 40-mlnutes to land. left Friday for North Carolina. They will spend a week
Eleanor Goddard will attend .r at the opening business .... Top "eligible" entries report,
the < I o, ventton as a non.'illot, lion ed to tournament headquarters In together: at a ranch before Jeff enters camp near Waynes-

guest elude a 108'/j pound sea bass b y ville. Mr. and Mrs. Link will be at High Hampton, Highlands

Miss Ruth E. Cunningham, Pilot SAFETY LUNCHEON G.B. Hawk of Miami; aUVipoundredflsh I N. C. for two more weeks before returning to
International president has Frederick J. Gassert, Jr. of by Donna Hatley 127212th I ,
appointed Miss Goddard to serve Skokie m., assistant secretaryof Avenue North, at Naples Pier; Naples.
as the convention office ( hair. The Allstate Insurance Com. a 41*,:, pound pompano by Ed. Judy Decks Is back again this year at the Circle F.
,, panles and vice-president of All. ward E. Wright Er., Orlando;
Janet and Paul
Dude Ranch In Lake Wales as are Joan,
state Foundation will speak at the --- ,t- ,,- a five-pound trout by CharlotteE.
Safety Luncheon on Tuesday, and WINNER of thy annual Paul Bell golf tournament for ladies was Crawford Mlamia; 5-pound I Woodward. Instead of camp, Denton Woodward Jr. Is
Safety Mrs Agnes Beaton, director of spotted sea bass by Al Westen., the session at the University of Miami.
Mrs. John Becker (c) shown receiving the champion's trophy from of attending summer
women's activities for All state berg Bonita Springs a three
Foundation, will present the an. Beach Club Pro Paul Bell Mrs. Wally McCune runner-up in the pound flounder by Carl;Leinback Judy and Janet are campers, while Paul Is a counsel.

nual safety awards. tourney<< looks on at left. The tournament was played over 36 holes of Naples Park andafour-pound, lor and Joan Is a counsellor-in-training. Mr. and Mrs.

ResolutionWHEREAS Miss Goddard reports she has during the past two weeks. (McGrath Photo) three.ounce mangrove snapper by Woodward and their four children returned Wednesdayfrom
received word from Allstate - Mrs. Hilda Benfleld, 641 E, Lake
Foundation that as the safety Mrs John Becker iWins 10 days in Mexico. They divided the time between
it has to the '
chairman of the Pilot Club of > Harold "Skipper" Smith tour
; Mexico and Acapulco.Bob .
of the of City
attention membership Paul Bell
Club of inr'. Naples Inc she will receive Pi ( nament chairman reports that home for weeks with
the Pilot Naples "one of the top" awards and be t 'vergfades News entries have been received by an. Decks recently was two

that through the their Florida Safety Industrial Committee Com., honored at this luncheon for safety *, '1: Annual TourneyThe glens from nine states and"many his mother, Mrs. Enid Decks, and Judy. Bob Is with the
for her safety project of Weldon final round of the annual Florida titles" Among fishing stationed Tindall Field Panama .
mission of the State of Florida By Juanita :: :; \t Air Force at City.THEY'LL
"Traffic Court Improvement 'M, Paul Bell tournament for women guides mentioned by Chairman
has adopted to make a "I9SAFETY.4"Program Florida SAFE Meet The Judge" sponsored by 1 was held last Tuesday at the i Smith who have been bringing TAKE IN THE FAIR
a the Pilot Club of Naples Inc. The construction on the Education Butch Hughes, Jack Davis,Peter Beach Club. Mrs. John Beck. home the "big ones" for the
State awl for all Its l'ltizen.andtour. during their Safety Crusade for Building for the Ever- Weeks,James Land rum,and John er carded a 149 to win the tour, I tournament and their parties, Nadine, Jay and Blain Faber Jr. aren't going to

Isis, 19C3.G4. glades Baptist Chapel Is progressing DIckerman. Chaperones were nament. he signaled out Captains George camp but are looking forward to five exciting weeks with
WHEREAS/ said Florida Indus. One of the highlights of the con. very well. The foun Mr. Don Rlndy and Lewis Bal- Second place went to Mrs 'Teaney, Billy Weeks and Hank their Mr. and Mrs. James of New
trial Commission urges the Pilot ventlon will be on July 1 when dation was laid the first weekof lard Sr.Mr. S.W. McCuna with a 153. Mrs. Keith out of Ship Ahoy at Good grandparents, Bragg,
Clubs of Florida to take the first |the World's Fair will dedicate the and James Betts was third with 154 land. York City and Woodbury, Conn. Naturally, several tripsto
construction and studs awnIng Mrs. Tom Green and
step towards helping all Flori. dlans to a safe year by adoptingthe i proclaimed Pilot InternationalDay typos windows, backing for children of Jacksonville spent flat with 157. the Fair are at the top of the list of things they planto

19.sAFETY.4"IN FLORIDA at the Fair. A "kick-off the aluminum siding and partial several days with the Randolph There was a tie for fifth place Parking do.
Program andWHEREAS I breakfast will begin at 8:30 a.m. roof studding has been added this Swain family in Lee Tidewater. between Mrs Homer Dixon and Mr and Mrs. Ronald Carlson and their four childrenleft
the Pilot Clubs of ,at the "Top of The Fair" In the past week. Builder L.D. lies They enjoyed fishing in the 10, Mrs Wilbur Eckard who both (Continued from
page 1)) home Columbus Ohio.
for their
Florida In adopting| such Safety Port Authority Building at the says he hopes to have the buildIng 000 !Islands swimming and shelling shot 162. Friday in They spent
Program would use as their slo. ,entrance* to the Fair completed two weeks ahead of on the beach and did some In the nine-hole group Mrs. 4. Erection of signs "of adequate two weeks with Mr. Carlson's parents, Mr and Mrs.
gan, "DO MORE IN 19SAFETY. Miss Ruth E. L.F. McConnell won with a 98. size and location" along
Cunningham of schedule If all goes well. sightseeing: Ralph Carlson, Spyglass Lane.
4" and 'Fifth Avenue South
San Gabriel The event scheduled for next directing
Valley of
presl. At the last
WHEREAS, the Pilot Club of dent of Pilot Club International regular meeting VACATION week will be low net for com. j sltors to off-street parking lots. Janice Anderson is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Alice
Naples, Inc realizing the valueof the Everglades Baptist Chapel, AHEADMr. "At the peak of the winter
sea. .
will preside over the conventionand blned classes. Denham, of the Mockingbird Apartments until her parents
the church voted dedicate the and Charles
Mrs. Bas-
a Safety Program In their own Mrs. Almetta son, the City is no doubt los.
community have contacted and High PolntN.C., will C.succeed Brooks her of new educational building to the sett of Chokoloskee left for MIami I Ing visitors who drive down arrive the end of the month from Ohio. Mr and

received from the Florida Indus.1 as president July 2nd at the In. memory of Reve rend E.P.Strick- Thursday for a four-month Why Not Flags crowded Fifth Avenue, and then Mrs. James Anderson will move into their new homeon
I trial Commission a Safety Kit sUllatlon Banquet on the closing land founder of the Baptist workin i vacation. They plan to be back depart without stopping" the re. 17th Avenue South and become permanent residentsof
with an 8 Point Safety Programto 1 night of convention Everglades. Plans are being about mid-October. They planto For Meter Heads port commented.
further the'79.SAFETY.4IN: Pilot Headquarters will be sa. made for a dedication service fly to Portugal where they 5. Payment of Immediate ex. Naples.
FLORIDA program. luted at convention on Its 25th the first part of August. will spend quite some time u Neapolitan Asks penses Incurred by the purchase Janice who took her freshman year at Miami University

NOW THEREFOREBE IT RE. anniversary of service Head. Elizabeth Weeks Is home from i they like it, then proceed on to 1 lease and construction of park. in Oxford, Ohio, will transfer to Florida State
SOLVED by the executive board 1 Mrs William Kaverman 1 Ing areas from money already
quarters for Pilot Club Interna. pro.
Michael's school In Hot Spain Austria and
and the membership of the Pilot' i tlonal Is In Macon, Ga. Pilot Club St. Germany ,poses that each headless meter available In the parking meter University in the fall.
Club of Naples Inc., City of Na. International Springs Ark. She graduated Switzerland ;standard along Fifth Avenue and I receipts fund.
Is one of the five After 14 of between and
tripping Michigan
from the there and Travis Goff is home after years
pies Collier County Florida International classified eighth grade i adjacent streets be decoratedwith 6. Purchase of The Pines
that It DO AND DOES HEREBY and was serviceorganizations founded Is looking forward to returningnext spending a week in Fort Myers a Hag. block, between the fishing pier Florida, Mrs. Harold J. Waples has decided to really

resolve to sixmsor 19SAFE.. 43.years ago for executive bus. year. "Lizzie" Is doingbabysitting with his sister, Nathalee Sum- She suggests that state flags ]and the old Naples Hotel, to be become "Mrs. Waples of Naples" which title she bestowed
TY.4" IN FLORIDA program 1 Iness and to help finance her me rail, and family. used for off-street parking for
professional women from the Provinces of Canada, herself some Early in August she will
upon years ago.
throughout Collier CountyFlor. The organization now has clubs in return to that school. Ruth Whittle of Fort Myers is possibly others from the pier visitors Negotiations are
neigh. J
Ida. Bermuda, Canada England This year's graduates spent now employed as Isslstamtaa- b I'\Pd\ Jprid&. C__ continuing between the City and go to Grosse Pointe to sell her home there. Upon returning
""*" BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED France and -Japan 'as well as a fun'Jllled weekend In the Bahamas nagervTI/1e/ LDIn :lr11S 1 Mr t j d fput) nyrlcfl b| Nfl th0. owners.: ... .. in October she will move into her new home,
of 7. the
1h.t'th. the
Committee Pending
the United States last Week. They tour- and Mrs. John od'cirrt'Sri',, er- tv the project soon to be started on Hibiscus Road.
Pilot Club of Inc. will ,
Naples, the committee's
parking present
The Pilot International Theme
ed the Island on bicycles and I owe have their grandson,Curtis;
In furthering the "It-SAFETY- for 1964.65 is "Hands and Hearts horse and buggy, saw flamingo Smith of Fort Lauderdale visit- "Some one has suggested that i study the City should not put Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Langley left yesterday (Saturday)
4" program organize a Pilot> United In Service we make Naples a flag town," ]parking meters "on any of the
morning to fly to Milwaukee Wise. and last
shows, enjoyed dancing on the ing with them for a few days. night saw
Club Speakers Bureau, conduct"SAFE.TEA" << Due to the duties of the con. she said. She goes further staU i i new parking areas herein recom.
programs, Safety .ventlon office chairman, Miss boat and Native dances and took Mr. and Mrs. George Fogle ing Naples la a resort town, i mended." The report notes that their daughter Louise perform with the theater groupof
Coloring Book Contest for First 1 Goddard will be flying to New plenty of pictures to keep this and sons Gene and David from catering to tourists from most; ''one of the unfinished portionsof Marquette University. Louise Is working with
and Second graders, Burner York on June 24 three days trip In memory forever. They Turner Rivers left Tuesday on every state In the union, and i this committee's work is to the and will have in four
Strip distribution and use, a drl. prior to the official 1 opening/ of had fun bargaining for good prices the pink and white houseboat the flag display would be attractive . ver self.improvement program| the convention Mrs. Hackney for hats purses and sou "Ganga June" for Lostman's RIver to the visitors. I Ing meters are an asset to summer

entitled FASHION DESIGNERSFOR and Mrs Moser will accompany venlrs. Members of the class and vicinity. They will spend Each meter standard Mrs the citizens of this community, The Langleys will be back in a few days and Beth
SAFETY SAFETY PROGRAM"and a 4.H CLUB with j her en route. Mrs. Foerenbach going were Virginia Ann Rlndy, several days exploring the area> Kaverman suggests, should have (as 8.well as to the City." Langley will be here to spend her two week vacation.
will follow them leaving on June Maxwell Marie Weeks and and"loafng" Erection by the City of
Jane doing some fishing attached to it, or painted on,
wards to the best Safety Pro. She is connected with
signs Fifth
along Avenue South station WRC-NBC in
27th. Mrs. Gilman is alreadyIn Washington
4.H dub Kathy Smallwood, Jr. Ballard,, In general. the name of the state, province ,
Jects among memo "limiting the time of
New York. parking
the signifies. D. C.
Donald Daring is back home or country flag
award to the
hers with special in such manner as may be deem.
4.H Club turning in the largest after a month's visit to his other She proposes the project could I HOFFMANNS HEAD NORTH
number of Safety Projects In home in Michigan. Mr. Bearing! be sponsored by the Greater i use of parking spaces by long
cooperation| with 4.11 Club Dlr Summer Program Gels Under owns a large farm near Falrvlew Naples Chamber of Commerce i |periods of individual parking" Mrs. Jinny Edwards and Mrs. Carl Hoffmann left

.(tor, Mr. Joseph II. Whitesell, and is a member of the American or the Fifth Avenue Merchant's Thursday to motor north. Mrs. Edwards plans to visit
Assistant County Agent and that Tree Farm Association Association. "LACKOF CONTROL"
the Pilot Club of Naples will do While there he did a little work Principal factors contributingto in Madison and Westport, Conn., returning to Naples

all within its power to reduce Way At Big Cypress CenterThe on his place and a little fishing In played"The every flags day"she need not suggests be dls. the saturation of available, around the first of the month.

the traffic accidents In Collier the All Sable Trout streams near but should be displayed regularly | parking the committee declares,. Mrs. Hoffmann will go to Vermont to teach at a
County. are the le&lonallnnux of winter
j there. during the season. :, Ladies Professional Golfers Association school. Then she
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat visitors and residents and the
summer at Big the facilities for
program sesses an exciting and Mrs. Dick Stokes
this resolution be spread In Cypress Center begins Monday, summer Ranger 1 "1f my suggestion should win> "apparent lack of control of the, will meet Mr. Hoffmann in North Carolina where they
and have returned from
the minutes of the ExecutiveBoard program. daughter the $25 prize offered the
by parking habits of the employees
June 22. Lake Park and Sha- have taken a house for the month of
Carver July.
week in the
a two Smoky
this 16th day of June A.D. NEWS, I'll donate toward the i of some of the downtown bus.
1964 and that copies be furnished The first six weeks ofthcpro- dowlawn schools will send Mountains with Lillian's family. purchase of the flags," she said. mess establishments" Six-year-old Mark Wolfe jetted to New York this
the local media gram will function as an inte- both morning and afternoon i While Dick fished with theAshonean. '
news the Flor. there The problem "is further ac. week and is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Newcomb
Ida Industrial Commission, The gral part of the program spon- groups to the center. .. Visualizing what might happen tented by some of the businesses
sored the if the present decorating trends 1 in Brewster, N. Y. In another week, he will his
District 4 Safety Chairman PI. by Naples RecreationDepartment Many activities are planned Eva Mae Duren of Copeland having occupied virtually all of join
lot International Safety Chairmanand and the three elementary Among them are field hikes nature has her sister Mrs. M.L. WilI continue she sees flowers, mer.1 their land with building construe. mother, Mrs. Walter Wolfe, In Indianapolis. Mrs. Wolfe,

.Pilot International llejdquar.ters. schools. Interpretation, cookouts, Hams ofClewlston, visiting with maids, plastic shovels,food dressed displays.manikins ..' tlon and provided Insufficiently with Ann, and her mother, Mrs. Hugh Bremerman, leave
Saturdays are to be reservedfor trail building and maintenance, her for several for customer parking"the group
days.'I "the decorations limited
PILOT CLUB OF NAPLES, INC.I non-scheduled groups. On loom weaving, flannel board I > onlyI adds. (Continued on page 7)
Saturday the Center stories exhibit Ginger Griffin and Freddy I the imagination of the 1 The parking committee con.
I Sandy Hackney, President mornings making naturegames Individuals" she surmised.
and the staff will be availablefor and Jones of Gainesville visited with slsts of chairman James L. Bell
ATTEST Harlette Stewart all Interested children who many more. Linda Garrett last Sunday. Gin- _and members Lloyd Easterllng
: Recording Secretary Councilman Robert Combs Waiter .
wish to special nature The live exhibits now Includeantlions ger attended school Everglades ,
Eleanor M.Goddard or have 51 per cent Interest In Rogers and alternates Wil.
| Corresponding Sec.retary projects. A film program will and a wood rat who during the sixth grade. agriculture lIam Kepp and Councilman

t Safety be held Saturday afternoons. has been tentatively named RIchard Marjorie Allen and Michael: Goodloe McDowell.
ChairmanEXCLUSIVE The summer directors, Mr. until some youngster can ANNIVERSARY Weldon of Rlvervlew visited with BOOKS
I. : and Mrs. Tom Braden are plan- think of a better one. Also on The Church of God celebrated her son Eric Weldon and familylast
ning a program emphasizing the display are an Insect buzz board I their 50th Anniversary Camp weekend. Michael stayed on Social SecurityRepresentative

"Inte rdependency of living and a fresh water aquarium. A meeting In Wlmauma last week. for a week's visit. Friday 1
: AT RAR things." The Big Cypress Cen- Seminole exhibit is planned. Attending from here werel Carl- Michael's father. Bill Weldon
t ter Is "well suited and excel- The Junior Chamber of Commerce ton Butler and family Clifton came down to help celebrate In Immokalee SONG & STORY SHOP

Our SpecialIndividuality lently located for this," said has agreed to carryon Goff and family Iris Lee Todd Michael's seventh birthday Bill 1 A representative of the Social

the Bradens. "It already pos the weekof clearing a nature trail.Qa Janice Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. stayed for a couple of days be- Security, Branch Office In Fort 659 5th Ave. So. MI 2.2520LillyPulitzer

., _Jim Thompson Leldon Thompson fore going on to Puerto Rico Myers will be at the Health Clln.
in. and family Lamar Thompson where he will be a flight Instruc Ic In Immokalee tomorrow from
and family, Reverend and 9 a.m. until noon.Applicants .
GIFTS ,rill". f rat LO\'ciucss Mrs UD. Hancock,Prince Lewis tor.Rocky and Gretchen Weinstein are advised brine
and famlly.Terry Jones and family drove to Ruskin last weekend fora evidence of age, Social Securitycard

Accessories 11M. '1l1.,1 ::1J" Robert Smallwood and fam- visit with her brother Dr. and a record of last year's
,! "'; ,, ily and Ann Daniels. and Mrs. Paull. Gretchen's and this year's earnings when
Antiques Beach coming for an interview.Choirmaster .
'Dychte Club Salon
Beauty MI I-.7JI
children, Tommy Garnish and
Several members of the FlyIng Of Naples Inc.
I FarmersClubflew Into Everglades Ruthle Wine and family, Donald ,

w INTERIORSFurniture IF YOU WANT TO the Je.elry she wears last weekend and stayedat and Wendy spent the week-end Gets

WHY NOT r clou to her face For our the Everglades Rod It: Gun there also. Ruthle Is comple- 90 ,Days In Jail A daisy .
Club Lodge. Members of this ting her masters degree and
If you like the elfin charmof tlolet-linged pink' amryth
Upholstering the new loft curl. and ).t tarring. For then club receive either 51 percent has been teaching some this past: On Swatting Rap A butterfly .

Draperies Ilttl.l.ndrll. of hair .lndbhiwn *. ruby red lipstick one of their earnings In agriculture year. LOS; ANGELES (AP)-Ninety .

Carpeting around your face fait. robins and crystal days In Jail was the punishment A starfish 4
meted out to choirmaster Via.
:! go right ahead. It's ddy In a nerklir. For the 25% Off on Expert Hair :cent George Morton, 30, who ad. Scattered over the lightest
fashionable right now orange-to coral llpitkk. milted punishing one of his n
Hair Froatin
and .
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te ct tBottJIlC.t there's an adoption of this fun and very faihlonaol ., -This Week Special! Morton one-time roaster of p i

style for your flea It'sagelesily WHY ARE YOUA Permanent I the Mitchell Boys Choir, was

young It's fun BOREr $12.50 given the sentence Friday as
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LIPSTICK, JEWELRY"GO that you just look dull lock.*.** Hal Cut 4 Style' probation.
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I Member One pretty customer re. some wise profession! advice stay better and keep the fries out of your permanent Thomas using Smith extreme, 11 punishment, of suburban on

American Institute peat. her lipstick shade In about I new hair col WILLS HAIR FASHIONS Garden Grove who was given ITI Ilk Ave* BJ I4splas. WIa.

Interior Designers 65 swats for being 69 minutes I
L ..7 """. are $ lM.w. WI t MM late to a choir practice Feb 29.

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Pope Paul h,.,s tv, no nojns tiunds': June 21, 196.1 COLLIER COUNTY E\\'S 7
Paul VI Starts Second fatted to ,1Indi<',i lions of the .
NAPLES direction he is taklif. t tint, deal with non.Christian his relations with the ('< r,,
i His actions and his liequent I rah,, i, leaders, lie has said nlst world are still evol!\ I
speeches, taken together show t:hl'll' a need to reform and I In several speeches 1 ,
Notebook Year Today As Pontiff he alms to brine the Roman I Intern onallM the Vatican Cu. lighted by a Good Friday .
: Catholic Church Into closer con. I tea, t 11"'" central church admin.lstr.it course, Pop Paul has rel""
tacts with non.ChrlotUns as well I "n. lie hat stirred a de. communism In words I eon
VATICAN CITY (APPaul) pectatl that he would call a as non-Catholi ChrlMlana. I bale "' the question of bishops' cent of Plus XII.
(CoDtIDIlf'd' from page 6) n starts his secondear as conslstor\ tor the creation of At the same time he la mov. than authority with the Pope. At the same time Pope T'' ,,
Pope Sunday, his pontificate already cardinals. and use the occasion Ing to change the (a e that the I lie I 1t,1. displayed willingness has maintained Vatican ilmitlc I
i r "' i ii inm vi TI gran** notable but his programstill for a i polin' allocation. Roman Catholic Church pre. t;:o Stn I ip; the Vatican of some moves started bt, .
onday for two weeks north. While & taking form seats to the rent of the world (prin .nlal trappings such is John In Eastern Europe
will up in Indianapolis .11 At noon last June 21, s white CARD OF THANKS I In doing this Pope Paul has In. t he \'I, i>ie Quard Pope Paul's pontificate-1U
Bey reunion with Dr. and Mrs. Gayle Wolfe who are wisp of smoke rose from a Words cannot express our dlcated a \uilllitgites to push It generally bellevpd that John's-*as a decided paste
for the chimney over the Sistine Chapelto I his ll Land trip was only the made '
jere summer. thanks and gratitude for the con. forward the church renewal h* iy | emi haMs. He has
announce that the cardinal t jo i II of papal trtvpK. 'hes r ",
i lohn. ug quent visits to hur III )
This morning Mrs S. D. Koliopulos, with Julie, fl/II. ,' I I'I i ia had selected Giovanni Battlsta dolences shcm us In the .uddflnpas.lng gun b\\ Pope P Paul's I m' ,'IJuDCemC'n' I i to rospltUs: orphan
mie and Brooke, left for Hagerstown, Md, and a visit \. Cardinal Montlm, archbishop of sincere thanks of our to loved Father one.Hickey Our, The Pope 'a.,< set< II I se' r.' mmunlim! ice ti t 1 11 tr-1 ., eve. the IIV tail,

jith her mother, Mrs Frank Dutrow. The first of the Ii XXIILIn Milan, as sue 'etsor to John Father Lang, Drs. Cwaltne)',MUler .
onth they will and Moore, nurses at the Na F rtniifn a\ nWE
motor to Wyoming where Mr. Koliopus the rear since, the pontiffhas .
pies Communlt Hospital, Pitt.man'
| will meet them. continued John's Ecumenical .
Funeral Home, pallbear.
Council and Its related foal HST1BI
While .n ers and our many, many friends
Wyoming they will see Mr and Mrs.T. of closer conta ts among Chris
Parsons who have a ranch in Dubois The Parsons tlans. He took the name Paul The Bereaved familyM
hd their daughters, Gail, Deeda, and Lynda, left early revered ball Christians, to Hahn
emphasize his Interest In Chris Waiting list q( Jluyers lor
jis mont: and went to Philadelphia before heading for ttan unity BischkoffFuneral .
|eir ranch where His unprecedented Holy Land
they plan to spend several weeks. '
pilgrimage gave the unit) services for William ;. 2 BcdrOOfTI HoUStS
Mr and Mrs. Craig Cochrane of St. Petersburg will movement a tremendous Im. Henry Blsihkoff, 65, who died :/ ;, ;

!! visiting Mr and Mrs. T. M. Taylor of 660 Bollardace petus. On the Mount of Oliveshe Friday morning In his home at ''
this week, The following week the Taylors will and Patriarch Athenagorasof Bonita Springs will be held at f $$; Bedroom Hbtisiffe A'
Constantinople Istanbul 1 JO o'clock Monda afternoon In *
ive as guests, Mr. and Mrs. A B. Stewart and :
| Miss embraced In the first meeting the Earl C. Hodges Funeral Cha. .
eba Campbell of Winter Park In five centuries between headsof pel In Naples
the Roman Catholic and Or. Rev. Lynn R. Spoils, pastor
( '
thodox churches. of the Bonlta Springs Baptist se ;
? In 1919, the German high fleet I
These were historical eventsof Church will officiate. Intermentwill
,,was scuttled at Scapa Flow
In 1942 < "" the highest order. be la the Bonita Springs!
the Nazis captured the
4L Many observers have been Cemetery with graveside ser
TODAY INHISTORY Libyan stronghold of Tobruk.
:, for ai enrvllcat outltn.
vices conducted by the Murph
In 1944, a great armada of ,
Ing the program of his pontlfl. Post of the American Legion. _
American -- l
lln.I planes attacked Ber. ...at.. There Us also been ex. There will be a visitation from t : ::
Fun RED St.\UIER-Len:: MLIr
Ten 2 to S p.m. and from 7 to ep.n.
grad House of Fashion ofietethis today at the Hodges Chapel.Pallbearers .
t The Department of Agrlcul. striped number for sum \ RENEW YOUR t will be Floyd r'
ture du'tion ordered in wheat an I 11 per cent re. mer wear In Russia. Design \ DRIVER'S LICENSE I Long, Harry Huttenbroik, Ro. a tTT5t
Today Is Sunday, June 21 19r,3. growing reflects shirtwaist s t Y I II I n R \ WRING YOUR bert RhueCharlesInherstChar.les .
adhere Day the 173rd (day Five years ago popular in the West. \ BIRTH mm I' Bachant and Donald Bachant. \ -
19C4./ There are 193 days left The Big Four foreign minis..
the year.Today's ters conference in Geneva stood
highlight In hl&toryt adjourned until July 13 after
On this date in 1788, New failing to reach agreement on CORBIN. IIWMURY Garden Center
ampshlre ratified the Constltu. German problems,
n, the ninth and! tomluslvetlfltatlon. Ore year ago .
It was legally In ef.t The arc hblshop of Milan, Giovanni .
from this day. Battista Montlni, was
On this date.In elected Pope, taking the name r e during our ANNUAL
I 1834, Inventor Cyrus Mccrml of Pope Pau. VI.Add r
( k obtained a patent for
reaping machine.In s cut of to
1898, the, first U.S. troops dry white wine or lemon juice
live I In Cuba In the Spanish.| and marinate chicken In the mix.
erlian War. lure before broiling\

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Lead Tight Jaycees Junior

Golf TomorrowAt

Little League Race; Big CypressContestants

, j Sallevs Win In Romp s clpate Junior Golf in the Tournament planning Naples to Jaycees are partl.re-

Quested to be at the starting tee
tomorrow at 9 a.m., Big Cypress . . . . . . . .
started In
STANDINGS things happening the Pro Phil Darbyshdre announced
W L sixth. yesterday. The tourney will be
Jaycee 4 2 r ,. ... held at Big Cypress Golf and 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, June 21, 1S64
Standard Oil 3 2 OOPS I .f. f r Country Club.Looking .
I\ Holland Salley 3 2 Larry Rogers led off with a 11Cullsirr / over the entry list, l :;: < Ladies Tennis
Exchange 2 3 bad-hop single past the second ,./ ?.._ Darby'shire picked But Boyd, '
Trail Cleaners 2 3 baseman and OlyCowles followed Alan Foster Ray Ellen and f :,,; th! : ,
: "
Kiwanis 2 4 with an Infield hit. With one Tim Hannah as favorites to win i ,, Tourney TodayAt
: ,
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Jaycees moved back on top of out, Greg Hall walked to load tomorrow's big event youthful .. t :,!. .. .,',' ;
golftrs. Each of the boys have .. '
the congested Little League the bases. Paul Llndabury chas- "" Cambier ParkAbout
i toured Big Cypress with scoresIn :
standings Friday night by putting ed In two runs with I double to the 70's, he said I ;r.i : 20 contestants have
I down a sixth-Inning Exchange left-center, and another run Debbie Barrett 13, is the only i : i" : i istered to compete in the "Lad.reg
I rally for a 4-3 victory over the scored while Rex Storter was girl entry In the tournament, A ?1t.r les Elimination Tennis Tourna.
i Pirates. grounding out.Provenzano. Darb)shire said, and describedher 1 : ment" which will get under way
i First-half champion Holland got the last bat as a "fine young golfer s at Cambier Park this afternoon
Salley strengthened Its position.! ter to look at a third strike expected to play well In the tour. at 1 o'clock
In the standings by scoring eight and that was the game. The r ; ney." t& The tourney, with the ladles
runs In the second Inning for a Jaycee pitcher struck out 10 A younger group, not expectedto i\ playing doubles, Is sponsored
10-3 decision over Trail Clean and walked only two during the score with the older boys, Jointly by the City Recreation
but who will be In competitionfor Department and the Naples Ten-
ers.It's perhaps nine holes, Includes nil Club Julius Lesser recreation .
still anybody's guess as Jaycees got their first run on Jess Morris, Danny Brack, Alec director, announced. ThereIs
to which team will finish on top a hit batter and singles by Pro r.. Winters, Chris and Jeff Proven. no entry fee, he said.
when the second half schedule venzano and Mike Watkins In the
zano, Richard Jaeger, Roger Ro. This Is probably the first regular
ends July 3. Jaycees' next test third Inning. In the fifth, sing land, Crocket Jones, John Craig elimination tennis tournament
comes at 5:15 Monday when the les by Hank Watkins and Tony r r tr.N and Gary Williams. for ladles ever staged In
league leaders meet Kiwanis. In Hunter a hit batter and two errors p H Darbj'shire said any youth in Naples, Lesser said, and announced *
the 7(15 nightcap Monday Exchange resulted In three more runs. the area not registered for the the public was Invited to
BE SEATED BE SAFE. Viewers will note the diiver's seat on the
battles Trail Cleaners. Hall and Rogers each pitched event, can enter tomorrow before 7. attend.
Jaycees built up a 4-0 advan- three Innings for Exchange allowing golf cart appears reared up (in the back. Only when the driver is the tourney starts.

tage In the first five Innings Fri- six hits,striking out nine, seated and flattens the cushion will the cart operate "Any time the t
day against E xchange,as the los- and walking only two. driver is not (in the seat, the cart will stop," said Beach Club Pro Paul YCAZA BIG DAY Mooring's Gals
ers couldn't get so much as one Bill Tucker and David Bar Bell, who has added a number of the tarts to the fleet at the club. NEW YORK (AP) Belmont
hit off Chris Provenzano. But ley combined for a four-hitter The cart with the safety innovation is a product of the Outboard Day was t big afternoon for e
as Holland Salley twice came Marine Corp., which mainains an experimental plant in Naples. At jovkey Manny Ycata. He not OVERSHADOWED Ton y Plan Back Nine
from behind to beat Trail Cleaners left (is Douglas Whittaker who has been on Bell's staff for the past only earned $11,081 ((10 percent) Conlglidro, Boston center-
Behind by a 3-1 count eight (McGrath photo) in leading Quadrangle to victory in attempt Blind
Allen Powers years. ._in the Belmont Stakes but won fielder, leaps high an BogeyMembers
the White Sox second- -
got eight three other races the same day. to capture a ball hit
Inning runs on three hits and The fiery Panamanian also to the left centerfield wall of The Moorings Wo.
Wins Cape Coral five walks. Cubs cored with Down Pat, Iron Peg at Fenway Park. He missed men's Golf Association will com
Pirates Win ThrillersIn and Intialance. but made a pretty picture. pete Wednesday In a blind boo
Golf ALL THE WAY gey on the back nine, a spokes
Bill Rayburn led off this pro- 10 hits and the winners had only man has announced.

CORAL (AP) Elgh.teen.year.old ductive Inning with a home run one. Pirate pitcher Gary Williams Little League Moorings Pro Bill McDevitt,
will "rules talk" and
Allen Powers of over the left-field fence. Tucker Senior Little League Play allowed at least one hit give a
answer questions at the 1:30
S.C. from walked and Bruce Griffin In the first,
Orangeburg, came i singledI every Inning except AveragesThrough luncheon which is to follow the
behind on the final around an I I him In. Four more walks Billy but he left K Reds stranded on morning round of golf.
won the Southwest Florida JunIor Hatcher's single and an error Collier County Motors Cubs base on an error John Abbott singled and scored for the Dodg, the basepaths. Friday's Games A tee-off schedule has been post.
Golf Tournament with a 287 brought In the other runs. and Lawyers Abstract Pirateswon lined out to second baseman Jeff ers In the second frame and In I Williams singled in the sixth 30 or more at bats ed for members who have signedup
Powers was two strokes behind Trail Cleaners scored once two thrillers In Senior Lit Johnson for the second out, but the third John Johnson singledand for the Pirates' only hit, but he AB H RP Avg. for Wednesday's blind bogey

Friday Walter at the Brittle start of of Hollywood the final In the first Inning on HokeGrace- tle League play Friday night Jay Faulkner was hit by a pitch. scored on a hit by Carlos was erased In a double play. It Gratton 47 26 36 .553 tourney as follows:
18 holes. He shot a 71 roundto ly's single an error, and Don at Gambler Park. Jim Steinbach walked to load Alfonso. An error allowed Alfonso was still 0-0 after seven Inn- Hanford 48 25 40 .521 8:30. J. Savage, V. DrehrandR.
defeat the runnerup par, Bob Jew. Sltta's double. Holland Salley Winning pitcher Jerry Davis the bases and Davis followed to come In, and that madeIt Ings, but In the Pirate eighth Barley 37 16 28 .432 Aldridge; 8:37 E. Brunt,
ett of Fort Myers, by two matched that run when Joe G rat- doubled home two sixthInningruns with his double to left-center 3.2 for the Dodgers. Chris Croak walked. He movedto Lawrence 38 16 27 .421 B.E. DuBane Johnston and, L.F.Arbaugh Cochrun;and 844.: R.
strokes. ton homered In the bottom of to give the Cubs a 4-3 that chased In Whitehead and Lightner allowed only three second on an Interference Frank 44 18 23 .409 Holm, 8:51M.. Chance and N.
Jewett's second place score the first. verdict over the league-leading Faulkner. Steinbach also triedto hits to the winners. He walked took third on a fielder's choice Johnson 42 17 17 .405 Creason.
was 289. Brittle carded a 29 If or Two second-Inning runs put Cypress Lodge 295 Dodgers. The score but was cut down at nine and struck out six. Davis and scored on a wild pitch with Hall 42 16 29 .381 It was announced that those
the 72 holes, followed by Rod 1 Trail Cleaners back on top.Two Pirates broke a scoreless tie In the plate. It didn't matter because gave up ftvs hits, walked four, one out.Scott. D. Hunter 54 20 21 .370 not signed-up with no establish
McClain of Miami Shores with errors, a walk, and David King's the eighth Inning and beat Elks Davis retired the DodgersIn and struck out nine. Black had three hits for Rayburn 38 14 20 .368 ed tee-off time are to arrange a
294 and Scott Smith of Mlam I single were the Ingredients. Then Reds, 1-0. order In the seventh. the Reds and Bruce McCarthy Tucker 37 13 20 .351 game and tee-off before or after
Shores with 29S. Holland Salley went to work. Tucker As of Saturday morning the The Cubs got two firstInningruns 15 STRANDEDThe and Al Hackney added two each. Daniels 41 14 14 .341 assigned tee-off time.
The girls' division champion Is threw the first four Innings Dodgers were still In first place on a walk, error and John I Reds-Pirates game was Gary Hamm and McCarthy shared Allen 46 15 28 .326 In last Wednesday's playcom.
Rhonda Glenn of Lake Worth. 'for Holland Salley and was the'with a 9-2 record and the Reds Dahlin's double. Jeff Johnson: odd In that the losing team got pitching duties for the Reds. Gracely 37 12 11 .324 blnlng low gross scores with blind
She fired a last-round 79 for
a partners, the winners were S.
pitcher. David 6... followedat 50 16 22
313 total to win by six strokes winning Barley were The Cubs B. Flowers .320 Link and L. Arbaugh. Second
finished striking out five of 4-6 and the Pirates 42 13 15 .310
over Linda Morris of Orlando, up at 2-9. Llndabury honors went to F. Cochrun andV.
319. the six batters he faced. Jerry The team's relative positions Hatcher 33 10 14 .303 Drehr.
Behind Miss Morris were Roberta Cooksley went all the way for could not be changed by the results Bell 30 9 18 .300
Albers of Tampa the defending Trail Cleaners. ,of Saturday night,double-) Provenzano 57- '17' 18 .298
champion at 324; Tam Barley had two hits for Holland header. The 5:30 first game matched I O.Cowles 45 13 18 .289 Team .
my Bowman of Jacksonville, Salley and King two for the the Pirates and Cubs the H. Watkins 43 12 17 .279 Legion
333; and Cindy Meyers of Or. losers. ration's homer was his 8 p.m. nightcap the Dodgers and T. Hunter 38 10 15 .263
mond Beach, 345. sixth round-tripper and the one Reds. Griffin 42 11 17 .262 Takes To Road
Here are the winners ,by age by Rayburn was his fourth of the On Wednesday the Pirates and Vachon 48 12 18 .250

group Boys: Age 9.10. ,John Dug. season. Dodgers meet In the first game Bass 40 10 17 .250 Twice Next WeekThe
Fort Lauderdale 93.380. and the Cubs and Reds In the Rogers 32 8 11 .250
gin, BUFFALO M.Y. (Al') College
second Walker 41 10 10 .244 American Legion baseball
Age 11.12: Eddie Pearce, Tam. fool ball'* lineman of the contest.
ri Watkins 47 11 16 .234 team takes to the road twice next
73.317. 13.14 Paul Whit M.
pa, Age : year, !Scott: Appleton of Texan, .
week, and two victories would
field, VeroBeach,76.314.Agel5. will play with the Went squad in DAVIS DELIVERS Sitta 39 9 7 .231 put
18: McClaln, 72.294. Age 17.18: the fourth annual AllAmericafootball The Dodgers had a 3-2 lead Stahlman 32' 7 11 .219 the team in a good position to.
a run for a playoff
Jewett, 74.289. Age 19.20: Roddy game here on June 27. behind Don Lightner as the Kollopulos 33 7 3 .212 Manager Route Rice's team spot.
Stroman, Orangeburg, S.C., 73. The All-America laikleted the Cubs came to bat In the last Storter 45 9 15 .200 has a 2.2 record, losing to Fort
297. Texan Longhorns to an unbeaten of the sixth Friday. With one RP--Runs produced total of Myers and Sarasota, and defeat.
10.12 Jane Faas-
Girls- Age : campaign last year and a victoryover out, David Whitehead reached runs scored and runs batted In. tog Arcadia and Wauchula. Naples .
Inger, New Wilmington, Pa., 91. Navy in the Cotton Howl
travels to Avon Park for an
Little League 8 p.m. game Monday, and on
Wednesday It's off to Sarasotafor
Directors To Pick another evening contest.
Jackie Kline, who tossed a no.
All-Star PlayersNaples hitter al Arcadia, will be the
Little League directorswill starting pitcher Monday, Rice
9' I I It/IlL"1i 1 meet soon to choose 1 H I says. Lefthander Nick Pedro Is
players for the all-star team Rice's choice for the Sarasota
which will compete In the DIstrict game.
9 Little League tournamentnext
month. Johns To Drive
:w. -- Last year, a strong Naples

1 EASY DOES IT as another youngster learns a fundamental of team went to the district finals 1964 Ford In
before losing a tight 3-0 decisionto
swimming assisted by Miss Nancy Fisher and a small member of the Sarasota Nationals. The Si., Stock Car Race

class also receiving instructions at Lowdermilk Park. Beginning swim. rasota team then went on to win CHARLOTTE
ming each morning at 9 o'clock, Monday through Friday, is a part of the state championship. Bobby Johns of Miami AP, Fla.)-,
the summer recreation program sponsored jointly by the schools and Naples won't have to go all will drive a 1964 Ford in major
the City Recreation Department. (NEWS photo) the way to the finals this year NASCAR Grand National stock
to meet Sarasota Nationals. The car racing events for the Hol.
local boys will play them In man Moody racing team at
I Go North on U.S. 41 and turn left the first round July 23 at 3 p.m. Charlotte.
With a II\( In Sarasota. year'sSarasota John Holman, head of the Ho!.
it the Furniture Fair Building will
Nationals team have only a man Moody operation, said
couple of boys returning from the
SAVINGSACCOUNT ) Johns' first appearance as a
r t 1963 squad member of his stable would be
U Naples gets by the Nationalson July 4 In the Firecracker 400 at
their field July 23, the local Daytona Beach.
team will meet Sarasota Florida Johns, who had been piloting
league at 3 p.m. July 24. The I his own 1964 Pontiac at oces.o .
winner of that game will go t 1'signal NASCAR events, Joins
you can help OnTheGulfOfMexicoCOMPARE the semifinals, which will be Fred Lorenzen of Elmnurst, Ill,
palyed in Punta Gorda July 30. again giving Holman.Moody a

make ends meet The 31. district final will be July events.two-car team for NASCAR

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3-Bedrooms and 2 Bath

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Fifth; Avt. So. ASSOCIATES Ph. Ml 2-3852
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Sunday, June 21, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9 HI 11111I11I11I1111111111111111I11I1111111I11111I111I11111111 111111111111111111I11I111I1111111111111I11I111111111111111 111I1111I1111I11I11I11I111I111111111111I1111I11111111I1111 111I11I111111I11I11I1111I11I1111111111I111111I111111I11I11 1111111I1111I11I11111I111111I111111I11I11I11I1111I11111111 111I11111111I111I11111111I11I11I111111111111I1111111111111 11I111111I111111I111111I11111111111I1111I1



Th* public are Informed that apublic. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FIND
Rearing: will' be held et the AND FOR COLLIER: COUNTY.
Courthoute, Em Neplet, Fie.. M FLORIDAIN
II13: A M.. Tuetdey July 7. 1964 CHANCERY
for the purpose of htaring any com NO.
plaintt( or reasons why th. followIng VIE NORMA OSTCEP4.Plaintfl.
thould not b* r*toned at da. ,
trribed herein ...
Old Marco Village, Marco blood CLARENCE RUPERT OSTECN
Lota I P thru S. Block I. from Agriculturt Dfndnt
to C.I Commercial, : Loll NOTICE OF SUIT
741. Block I I. from Agriculture to TO: CLARENCE RUPERT OSTEENRt
R.2 Residential Lot I thru 17 *,. Box 314Alia CLASSIflEB.c
Block I. from Agriculture to R.1 1: Loma T.... vi11J11jgat
Lot II H Block I from Air You art htrtby notified that a @
culture to R.2. Lot I. Block 2. from Complaint for Divorc, hai b.." fild e4&
Agriculture to R 2, Iota 2 thru IS, limit you, and you raeqar.d
Block { from Air, to R1 Lot to itrvt copy of your Antwer orpjoiding
17 .II a It. Block 2. from Agr. to tht Complaint on th*
to RI: Lot 20, Block 2. from Agr Plaintiff Attorney*, the Law Firmof :
to R1. Lott I thru 10 1r.'Ooc'k' SMITH. CARROLL VEGA.
from A1r. to CI: Lot BROWN 4 NICHOLS Balch Building 2-2/07
], from Agr to R 2: Lou I thru Nipltt. Florida. and lila th* i..E.
I u. Block I. from Agr. to R 2. Lott original thtrtol in the offic of the {
14 thru 21 Block 4. Prom' Agr toR Clerk of the Circuit Court of Col
.1 All Lott ,in Block S It; S, h., County. at Cait Naplat, FlorId '

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BOARD OF July 19M If you fail to do to

COUNTY Collitr County COMMISSIONERS Florid aiamit Dec** pro you for Contino the rlif will dimindtdIn b. taken I Announcements 16-Help Available! 40-Aulos R.p.ifS' Ports 48-Apts. For Rent KHfWimDRim'sucNSEVZ 59-Acreage

Margaret T' Seot' Clerk DONE AND ORDERED at tail 1 Am Looking For TENANTS WANTED \ 17400 cath Your chance for a
By R. W Beatty, Naplat Collier County Florida thi* PlAZA BEAUTY SALON LOOK HEREI I On. bdrm urniehed, apt 3rd Inveitment CARIBBEAN
Deputy Clerk th* bIts day of Jun, AD' l lIst Bit E Temiami Trail A Particular Av*. South Call Tommy K.ho*. DURING( YOUR nod REALTY.. 37)0.11. Trail, Midway .
MI 226S5
2 JU'
June 21 a 21 1964 :tInLEGAL MARGARET T. SCOTT. Midway loopy or 4"I.tlt..1f
: _. Clerk of the Circuit CourtCollitr Wondering when to go 1Jh.WFS I BRTHMGNTHf 2S15S
County Florid Type of Man air cond,lioned elliciertcy .

NOTICE By: /./ INEZ 'MAGILL, Du* to Death in th* Family Ono who wilt IIkI .n .,attmarried With your car problems? N Nipltt Suitable I adult 57-Houset For Sale FIVE ACRE TRACTS CLOSE
Cltrk' Vice Shoe lid Mo yearly, Ml I 7S/I I to I
BOARD OF EQUALIZATIONNOTICE Dtputy Rtptir will b. cltotd H. nsat b. Joke IN ON ROAD SURVEYEO
bu.'n. Fimah Punt
'IS HEREBY GIVEN I that SMITH. CARROLL, VEGA. Jun* 17 till July 4 Hour to In my prtftrtbly 30 to Sbondabl .. Factory or Ml! Z31JL. 1/211) .50 00 DOWN AND 13000 A
th* Board of County Committ,ontrt IROWN NICHOLS pek up rtpaind work art poet *. preferably church at. Wreck Rebuilt pufn"thed one bdrm apt near 1 Bdrm, I bath corner lot fireplace ,on. MONTH MARLOWE: AND
In nd for Collar County Florida' Suit, II Belch Building td in Shop wndo v Ha Tun.upt beach |iS per mo. year round canal conditioning BECK REALTORS. 4S1 BIll
filiatd taut eipenence Ownor -
: 11' : Neplet FloridaAttorneyc Suitable, I (dull Ml 2.4171. 1 block to beach
mttt ai a BOARD OF EQUALI null be lull time. usre.sivland Front onE el"gnmn| will tell rittonebly AVE SO Ml, 2 5221. II2I.1f
ZATION wth, the Too Atttttor incomplianc for PlaintiffJun Mr and Sire W L. Poytr art to ttirt imntedilelv 1111.11 very -
with, Sclon, W. 2$ of 14 21. 21 July I RIM am happy to announc the opening prepared Motor Ovtrr.au Large mortgage collect email, Fl down Myir. 40 icret for 511.l Close In t500
Statutn June 19th ol could,.. Tranimmon rtbu.lt. payment Cell: per Ill tplit'
the Florida on Monday Friday Th* mtn wno quauiiet 49-Hous"s For RentRENTALS .. OX 4JI41. lISBOn c'-'L' NAT
I 1964 10 00 AM tht FOR J7SO ,
July at in NOTICE OF PROCEEDINGS ASCO APPLIANCE earn abed averai* Income LubricationBrakes. ,
Board Room at th. Courthout in THE CLOSING OF STREETSTO The |Job deal In tIm moot un FOR SALE: Ml SI5S 1111. Tha. "
Ellt Napltt for th. purpota of Star WHOM JT MAY CONCERNYou SERVICE CO usual malarial In the world Apartmant n..' the b..c end lor at
440 she
lot complaint. and receiving. boot, will pl.... taka none that i)47 Pin SI Ml i.1121 Write New Bo> I737.Atl, .Polish. a Wan hopping, center, contttini, ol acre acret. Might tell J.tO/:;,
loony at to th* valu of any proptrlecting 1h. Board of County Common 1/21 Accountant and or bookkeeper Don look any further 4 unit 1 completely lurnithtd mill touth of proposed Ft
by. r.oI or persocal, at fo.d bythu ore of Collitr County, Florida upon muSing petition In tht vicinity See HOUSESAPARTMENTS and the other partly furn tried CARIBBEAN
Courby Ta. A n.ioor, oP p.r' the Motion of MARCO DEVELOPMENT of Naple, *. Married. NO oOOZ Priced to tell good term Call Ltuderdale Rd.
Trail. Ml
reviewing and equalu' CORPORATION Florida 3-Boati-Motors Acces. prettntly employed a* Chief Ac, Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. VIVIAN OQO REALTOR for REALTY: 17JO N
the etttttmtnt, and may continue corporation ""lib. at SlOt AM. counl.nl Pu' Atianla Inlanufac' 'U"NIIHEO UN'URNI'HID appointment lo ahow 124 5th 26155 B/20TSt.U I
I float.'on for that purpote from on th* 7th day of July IbM at th* luring' Corporabion Flfleen' 130 lIft It. N, Ml IIIOSNaolet YEAR. SEASON Avt So .Phone Ml I 474* OuicT i rltel 20 acres. IM Per
day to day for one wttk. or at long County Courthouto 'in Etit NaplttFlorida 1951 Chrit Craft 21 I' Conttallation (neresoP.rlaoce In Corpora.ployment '1.. ere. Collier County Reel, El: .
at thtll be ..cemry.COUNTY contidtr and daltrmm WATERFRONT: HOME 2 bedroom
twin 130 t. Ship to thori. J. W. DYCHES REALTOR tale Ml 1.1..1. Open Sundayi
IPcudaTr''g .
BOARD OF will ,. Florida room
whither or not the County .. I bath
COMMISSIONERS nounct and d,(claim any r ght of with depth lila tinder lacketa. fully. etc equipped Ph Ml Cu ,ICr for Stat. of Flerida: 41 -Trucks Tractors ----- garage. Located on teawillodcanal 5/7.wall __ _
Collar County Florida th* County and Public in and to any 7 4442 or i 2971 Price 15750 00 Chief Accountant for U'. Qovernment t bedroom hout turnnhed' TV Clean:I and wall, cared forPriced SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN
(SEALI land or mtr .t thtrtm to the lol. Brunk.SmithChnt m Iceland' Write PO cable available. Adult only' at III SOO Owner en-. ACREAGE: >>>
Margaret T. Scott, Clerk low'ng dtdictt' 'on' By R. W Butty MARCO AVENUE and SHORE 1J: delivery Sir a ght S pickup N. Treil. MlI mile from US 41
Deputy Clark DRIVE within, th. following d.. itS7 L Ft M.,tehell epoir boat. V I and 4000 tenet heavy duly: t "",m. collate completely fur. REALTY. J7SO 412Ith..1f lull one 'wIhyour
Drive this .
Penny MorganYour F. the b.., truck Saul.r5 wiSed t blkt from batch ]I SHI. on to property
June 21. 1964 *!.17I acrb.d, proptrty 10 hp Mercury Engine, aleein buy''Ii and II
All that part of Govarnmtnt LotS 't *. 17 Ft Seminc Trailer, Wi LUFtr OIIIC tOt lilt bike free pier Ava table until HOMES BY STONE: awn car compa
421 tthit Private baa 5t N Temporary loc.ho". Dec I Ml 1 lOll 11161 I .,.I".t any olh.,1 Only 115
HEARING ol Section S. Townihip S2 South I97S LUFF CMC INC Secretary CRAVTON COVE:: Vitil. our full 1115. F.r'
NOTICE OF PUBLK.inlormed that a rani 21 E..,. Collier County. N. Ml 22210. S/llthf2t 117.'h.. I bdrm lurnithed or unlur, I bedroom. hornet on (ItS down further Inlormetian price canleet
The public are 4
cloned her office for the from
hearing will be held et 10 30 Florida. mora p"culerly d..c"b.d nicked S oucaw'IS Carport on Ave So tl 7th II priced D T, Jonas Int.p": .... Inn.MIdway *
pubho' 7. 1964 at the II 'fpilooe,: Comm.odungata P R ..,.,.. Call Andtnon |I4,HO to 11450' with good 21140 P. O. Bo. S71
Courthout AM. Tuttday in East July Naplet Florida. 1.1 II 'h. ", .. ..,ycotofr 0' 5-Business Oppt.TEXACO summer, Will re-open 44-Mobile Homes Kivale OII *7 .tiMoorlnft term availableCOCONUT ,
tha DoNt* ert at ihown on V
l. .
Only *
lor tha purpote ol P..ar.n5an y com th* dOt y., Colliar City SEPTEMBER FIRST : Unlurn.thtd. yearly : available 'II acrel on puoad road ct
the Capri 10' SO1 Trailer Air 1 bedroom horn** : 5 5p.r
hy a Skyline :
Water plaintt. Workt orr0000nuw. Inc. should not be recorded in Plat Book I. at ".,. SIof INC. >/ll 8t Conditioning' .Rinontbl for rtntal Pool'Patio, I bedroom, niw with, cirportt Your choice, *t water electric, telepho: 515
Public Rtcordi of Collier, 00 .
th itt bath $271 month t.rme.MARLOWE
a acre
lI..nt.d In addendum to Iht" ornab cith or ttrm. Ml 11200 *r Ml only |JIO DOWN. Salter hurry
Florida thane N IJMIIO'W cntrul.on t BECK )
County avtllabl to
franchite, to includ. the ; For lease, now .nU' 0 5301. 1/1 UI now, option purchase
,following water detcribed, property at herein a dutanca of I53S7J lit to a ullramod.rn. tUllon at 20-Cemetery Lets WILLIAM B. STONE INC. I 411 lilt Av*. South Ml 2..5221I
PRM at th" Northwesterly corn*' Moor.n> Shopping' Center Ha'pluB TRAVEL TRAILER II ItShatta Builder I I/IU'S
detcnbedAll of Block I. Amindad Plat of Col and in Memorial 1962 Sell containedPretture Two block Scorn btich. com
ol those propertiet thai Paid training program T "'ochoicoip.ces SO Tenth St North Ml S IMS14.tf
liar City alortta.d. laid lait, b.. molar t..nk, Oat I DELUXE ACHlAGtApprommtlely
man .bOll Gard.no M.u.oleum. Way 1'1..111. lurnilhad, yearly 'rental
are In the emended plat of Collier PRM of Ii naiicalaisitaflcaana burner ttovt ovn. '.''rl'..*. / IM ntar 'l
tiered bung the point valuable low Tem. I 3 bedroom t bam, IW 00
on this pree.nt prics a Of"i4
City, Plat Book I. page SI Publ.cR.cod. For information Irz: NORTH, NAFLCSI city of Oolden
beginning, 0' Ihe tract OP land h.,. ct Don Abernathy 0.3631 tor heater and light Electric month, available November lit
ol Collier, County ineludet ,naIler 10 b. d..e.'b.d: Ihonu I 'ranch .econba I Ii ihtt. Load I livtl hitch Com btdroom, I bath Florid ptr acre Ml 221911.
main. line cloting. been otMarco 4 oat," E along the Wtlttrly, lint Te.aco Inc P ED 0 orate electrle braket Slaept I: Chanel Co.. Realtor The Holiday room large I,ving, room, Completely 1/11.21.11'21 '
lilt ol\ItlanrJ Capri and north tip ol Block I. alortiaid. a ilanct, of Boa Il". Ft. Myer Phone 23-Misc. For Sale Eatrae Call Ml 1.1121 1/21 210 Fourth Ava South lurnithtd 100 0 Ut VI
BOARD, .OFCOUNTY 440 II Itlt; thnc S 19' 30" E 7 oIl?. __ Clot EeIaIaFTrailer! with. ca'. Naples, Ml 2 BIll. 1/10,61 let. All thus lor only' tl toO -Income
COMMISSIONERS a distance of II 92 beat to a con. 14 Plywood runabout ban and carport 13000 or VIVIAN OQO. REALTOR Property n
Collier, County Florida cral monumant thane continu, S TEXACO, INC.For Gloss Bottom 15100 but e'ler. Ml 24IM or 7.77W. GOING VACATION S24 Ith Ave So Ml I 2 4141
(SEAL 19 01'30" E. a d.it.net of 210 17Ittt lint h.gh potential, I Bay Large Bitch Cabana S ROOM COTTAGE SLEEP..* Attociate, INCOME PROPERTY ,

Margaret T. Scott to acencrete' monument: Station now in operation in Your choice' I OB 45-Tniler For Rent I ALL ELECTRIC KITCHEN Dan Burglund' 2lph Hayre Why buy undeveloped
thine S 4 37 45 E. a distance of A 4 W Root SaarMechina 1/1.1.tCompletely lt.PCityv
By R W BeattyDeputy 131 20 Ittt to a cone rei. monument: N.plil. Paid. Training .programand 11000 AVAILABLE BV WEEK Have I houto* on 4
1I".nc. anait'abbe. OR MONTH IN NORTH CAMOLIMA. furnlthed reveraecycle water a TV coble. All furnlthed
g64CI"k 'thuc N 15 IS 15 E. dittanea of "n.nclil .
a F.elo 1M.d. waCO, with TV
< Trailers II
June 21. 21, #I7I a CBS homoElectrle t rented Never will
54741 fcit to a con...b* monumtnt Fur n'orm.loo"' conllct Utility Trailer,' 4000Utad S10 a week Space IS a week 1700 PT ELEVATION air conditioned egaln you >'
Inc.. CALL Ml 2 SIB7.th.tl organ, refrigerator get a bargain like thial Mast'be
thtnc N 3 24 49 W. a dilttnca Don A..nathy. T.uco Bunk Beds 1100Uted Rock Creek Trailer, .Fork anli
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 01 402 71 fttt to coocrttt monu P. O Bon IIU. Ft My.,.. White, Brick .05 ee. /,.., freeior, built I ar.nee ceth dial Domttti treubl )
'' Houte (or rent I bdrm.. I oven wether and dryer, Sea N. 'k ", 1131 "'
The public are informed that apublic went; thence Continue N 3 24 45 Phone ED: J4I22cath aatf'Horn. THE HILHOUSE CO :.pr: 'n'21,.
bath unlurnlthed Ytarlyleeta Inboard Ml I f I47S SI. Ml 1 4040,
hearing will be held at thi W. a dutanca of 14040 feet to the Ml' 21101 well with 20
Courthouse, Eatt Naples Fit at 'nt triad lion of the laM mtntionad .nd bu,,"... fey III.. Reclining, Chair. for Daddy 48-Apts. For Rent Available. August U Cell. 2121 Quit View. Drive; / ", .
1100 AM Tuetday July 7. 196 court. with the Northerly Im. of B usine.B I" .... of PlOma ,Ineaparata Good uted Plastic. and cloth Ml t4422 S/I7I "OWNER TRA'1FTRE' 62-Business Property w
for Iht purpose of h uarin5an y complaints Block 2. Amended Plat of Colliar buldn., Sacrifics, Per ui, 7347 I/O SOt 1100 1 bdrm. i both lurnithod Offering' for itle a nice spa
reatont why the lollowingthould City" a for mid: thence N 71'17'17W or I large dn paymentBon : GOING OUT om.uBUSINESS Furn I bdrm apu Efflciancm. home u aresa t Close I In class 1 BR t balh waterfront -'U
not b. re loned at detcribedherein along tha Northerly Im, of 1717 A7 Collier County TV. Air Cond 741 4thAv S blocks from beach AdultaReasonable home at ISW Jewel Bo. Aye. Trail ',on'... 120 a Ironu
: Block 2. .t nra..id. a dittanca 0'IS New*. 1131.1f *. So Ml 24741 14 right party .Ill Ovtter Bay Large SO foot. Between Naplet and Mar,
A certun tract In Township 52 32 feet: thtnca N 19 24'I)" Welong EXCELLENT CONDITION UNFURNISHED Ml I tIJI 1/17 ItHouit lot WIt teewell. Libra waterShown CO leland Turnoll Collier Co'
26 East Marco It the lint of Block' BEDROOM the street Real Ettata MI f
South. Range Nofthtrly NEW font lots IOxIO across 1911 Opma
land to be reioned Prom Agr culture 2 f. elortteid, a dittanco of S30 Ittt !13-Help: Want. Fem.UWaltreu 12 Ft Open LIKE" ...*, 2 APT 2990 GREEN ACRES.1/IZ.tf MI completely lurnithed I from llou. ruoo 0.T.U.. Revarhe Sunday I/].",.
10 v."o" Commercial, and Ronideo' to the Northwtitirly corner ol Ft. Qlata Front Relrlgtrttorilldlng block Irom hooch Call Midway cycla A C.
hal clansibicabione so contOrmancf Block 2. afor..aid, : thane S IS' wanted for tnack bar I door Slalnleta' Steel Elficinciet. Day Walk, or 14071 l/ltl This Is trsly a beriaial beIng It.lly Rd. lu.n., .. FrantasiCane's .
with e coning plal on Me ,in the 114)I ( W.. along the lint of the and lounge. Mutt b* 21 y,.. Ml 12 Ft Perlick* Statute Steel: Month (IRIS. MOTEL) Ml effaned II loss than tS. too say 1111. Boa Iltll prop.a
olfice, ol the County Engineer, and Northerly l.nt. of Block I. af or....idP S 5252. /''l.t Cooler I 22102 or Ml .1115 I Bedroom lurnithtd hout 0' bank v.lu.tlon .t 111.100. arty and grab a bargain

the Clerk ol the Circuit Court d.llnCl 0' 230 f.., 10 the point, Eu per,.,,;.d wautraso. .. .t I. 4 One- Ton Feddirt Air Con furnithed all. taatonabla I* right pertM: 'POIReg :r nt. G HUFF, 421 N. SIlo ,,
interetttd let 0' b."nnn. conlllnn I II ,... Owntr largo .
Those pertont may 5 .c ,on,'. R.uront. a.. H.I.n 2 a)71 1/10.51 S/14..11.11 .
laid plat between the hours of SAId more 0' I.... Bartnl, 1114 IfE.po".nced ItT MERCANTILE ciency Air condo StonecreftApt Reel. Eatate Broker .
and S PM any weekday priorbe Paroono Inl.d may app.ar .1 G Ml 2 4ISS or Ml 0.2702. VERY ROOMY 4 BR. I OafS. Office .t the HilItusse Co.MOORINGS -it
Owner ol said. tract and b. h.d at h. time and wautrail Andy MI I.24SI unfurnlthed horn lot
the hearing placilbecaipacifi ,.. Ml I 2 lt9t. Apply Marco, Florida I bedroom lurnithtd ilicuncj on large fill, 1-430' 65-Gen. Real Estate
put Burbac
it Marco Island Develooment Corp "d B7tf apt No pete or childrtn toll I In Pine, Ridge Enjoy: aluow I/ll,3t
BOARD OF THE BOARD OF after 3 pIn. 2 3317 or Ml 2.191*. 4/ltf room 'In ISIs beauty )lust re ''' '' ''
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COUNTY COMMISSIDNLRI 33-Servlc. O'F.NCI.- lii ecorotod and available at only 'GET1 THE KEY1: TO A 'rloUrf
Collier Courtly Florida (iEAl) : ,,.....h.d I bedr..m apart.Srent. IIM/mo Contact William, B. ; SH Sprtngllr. Or HOMES not fuel houie buT1
(SEAL) COLLIER COUNTY 14-Help Wanted Male SEE LUi. I"i.THI: fur auto cod Huge Iovn. room, k'ell. Stone Inc, M Tinlh II. No. I bedroom, IM bath, twimmlnipool horn.. The kind' that needn.ionly '
Margaret T Scott Clerk FLORIDA lawn m awarrapa Ire. All avorkuarenteed 511 pod bath. MI 2 Ji.1 1/25.1f Ml kIlls 1/10.11 I. tcraened polio eneellonlmortgage your family I* grace them
By R W Baalty.Jue. By DEWEY POLLY Pick.up and; delivery -.- commitment Your end: make them ml* warm1"
I Deputy Clerk Truck drIver wtnttd for rout .Now located at North cSabal l Shores Apti.YEAR J bdrm I bath spacious home equity In .rneller hout. .r vacant friendly S Inane f pit sucil comfort ..

U..._ .". &_ ,n.. "I.._._ '_ ._f171.. un Jun._ _n_. on.IQU ._!flU.. work. gaa delivery and water Naplet Eaio MI 25984. l/2tw ROUND LIVINGMadam with Florida Rm. tondacaped lend eontldored o* down and tpiritual bliss May
conditioning work Contact My on* bedroom sod tfficiency All burn incl' dna ad. hnena, ptymtnt on thl tin retldenceCharlet we help you slant making' your
NOTICE OF HEARING FOR MOSQUITO CONTROL BUDGET akka L, P. Oat MI 1453*. 18-Autot For SaU Apt furnithed TV TV. Clone I In, Idtal for tummtrvacationer Coo Rtaltor. Tho .11011'do HOME TOOAY7Ibedroom
."II'"on or people wailina Ill dill Av*. B. Ml 1 SI7S.
f/3 ; .
Budget Hearing for th Fiscal Vtar October I, 1964 In.
cable Monthly or year
Umber JO, 1965, will be held. by the Napltt Mosquito 'O r'U\'OIr' : :i iaple. attendant 30 yr*, or KARMANN round Ml 7 0451. Kelly .Rr and for .1 home By month until S//I,M __ .. IH balks,
.. Collier, County Florida n: the Dittrict Office, entontion. ol over. Chance for advancement QHIA One Own.Cr. ".reca_Ave S/J.II Jan ADULTS ONLY MI erookild. |I2.004.3
Encollent condition |9SO 00. I 1131. .
Airport Road .T I. 1964 Apply In Imperial' Oil, 110 Si
at 3.00 PM. E S Monday July '
lurcielIJ1e ,A
2tM North Trail, S7II.H_ 244 3rd Ave, N. Ml 11741 Housa and .pt. It mamma' 1 One.bedroom I bedoom. I b.It.
I tarvice : S/I7St ,.,... 1.11 1.3691. 1117,11 ,10 lOts II. N. house with shack on back of Diana Ava, III,MO,(J
Top quality airconditioning. Anailable ., onee. I bdm. I lot a potential Inetmt when
TOTAL LOCAL STATE STATE I man If you want a future Words Don'tMean balSa. N.., L.ke Park Ichool. ,ruvnld| City water available 2 bedoom. .Ib.th. lit
II I ISolar. take home
IS 000 00 I a year 1111 .onburnioPted' Shadowlewn school Coconu Grove 1115001

... I 59.761 1 42.714 117.IZ4 pay thrittma vacation* bonu with.' l II pay you and can A Thing VINCE area 11000 lot worth cash I ISM or FIgure1RUTN 14004 BY APPOINTMENT..PLEASE'1:
CONBOY term* '
Ch.mucabo A Solv.nlo 53.1St 31 110 15,000Funle hook up and vice The d.Iterance willurprita
you ply '
Lubricaobo RpII' lt.229 7.142 1,351 and entrl ireonditioning' you. Check with ut SIB. Ilk Ave .P.rkwiyrti. ANDERSON Broker Sio Naple South and MedIa. !'
Suppluos a 1.1".111. 1.100 900 100Lo..1 equipment if you ar. all bud. Horn* en ditplay 2;
and W not fool Ml' 2S74S E Treil. "oppo.lt
7.211 .. .nd not hot today (t* r*
6 Tao F... 7 275 net.. a non .Palm Lake Trailer Ct.Ph .
I niuranca 4B60 4 160Conlllel II' I NEED YOU.COURTESY 'teal ZOOM or 11SS7 Attoclatet
Wok 41/Z 4112 300 SALES .. 14 YKARLY RENTAL Lucille, Otlt Virgil, Marcum'IiDEWEY'POLLY"'
Incd.nhl. 2 lIS (575Loon. SERVICE, INC Falcon AT UNPUKNISHfO" I bdrm IH "
6 Inl..t lot 100Equ'pmonl Naplet Florid JohntonTOP U bath retidenc. 1101( par mo FOR SALE: ON PALM CIRCLE. :
31.161( 21.111 1010Conlntncy Phone Ml 24241 J. Corvalr Monte 2 tr A.T J W DYCHES electric kitchen, with well free'
I .91 1.000 3.n.. APPLIANCE I Lark aid chiN, dnhwaaher
QUALITY 1144 Ird SI 5*. er and refrigerator,
TOTAL 1191,91 1111.133 136.31Z II OOO SERVICE MAN' I need a tinphencTierviee U 1.11 HIU oven and range. Separate dinIng REALTYCorner
h..d up .n as' Corvtttt cream puff 111I room Doubl carport Enceptlonel : .
Local T.... UOl33 company If you Chrytler 300 2 dr. loaded clotet cupboard and ., Ut Ava. Uo. 4Temieml
Don."on.-C"y" 0' Naplee Ire quail.dl 7200ColIlI' araaflOlt.drinker, honett end Falcon Future I dr dl.SI hI OflSl5Ph cc era tome of the Trail
County IlIqu..dl 3.BOtSIab want a future a willing worker advantage of thit three bedroom Ml 24151
end capable of running, a Valiant ATImp.1I1 50-Rooms For Rent two bath horn Call Ml
I IS.OOO NEED YOU. 2 dr HT 1/21
butinett I I 3144. '
5,.,. II 31.312 COURTESY BALES a Imperial' 4 dr Lere room lOad Ii' "'Onl, 113 13th St. N.. Newer' 2

Iy Order of ISp Board 0' N.pl. M"qullo Conlo'' Comm"n. SERVICE INC. Cadillac DeVilli 2 dr HT couple Privet both) 4 enIrenee bedroom 1 bath, caIro toilet
Two bedroom
Naplia Florida' Cadillac DtVllla 4 dr. HT Call Ml I S43I weekendor For rant ar till"
C 0110., County Florod. Phone Ml 2 4246 J. Johnson Rambler wagon AT. A/C altar S. 1/21,31 house. on canal S20 14m IIUPIIIIy. large Florida P.OlIta

R. .P. IRASHEA" Chairman kalat Orinar, for retail milk, Continental, cream pull Ave South See your broker. toed itaraga, carport Near

Jun. II, 25. ..961 :111 truck July about Orlvine 4 week only work no tellSSandl.ng during Old.. M loaded M 51-Wanted To Rent 1/211 Perk School $lI.6O.

; Ml 2 3111 after S p m. Rambler 4 dr. overdr.
I/ZIS Dodge wagon VI, AT IOOKIHO' AROUHDW WANTED: BEDROOM: UNFURNISHED 57-Houses For Sale. 6S3. 13th A".. So. 3b.droork.

II HOUSE, CLOSE 2 bath, tafga parch, garaga.
For Plymouth VI AT wagon V I, AT NO NEED TO SPEND HOURS IN. YEAR ROUND BEGIN Mutt tacrlllc S odrcrt. I bath Heel i, Air. S 19.800. CoatS
:.NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF SANITARY 16-Help Available SI HIND SEPT 1ST WRITE month old; home. tall Ml S900. Dawn SI IS. month
Ford I cyl IOOKINS' WHEN YOU CAN BOX 404. CORAL OASLES 34. ?. 1241 after S OB pm O'ILII par
with Poe and 'Int. f H A.
macSi d 'LA
n.erepaire )
Sewing Ford V I, AT I/ .
PLACE AN AD IN THIS 14. out of IS of our retirementhornet "
home MI 2 2301 IIIHt
3 your Chevy HT loeded
SEWER 1 DISTRICT O. told on Michigtn Av*
Ell,cient M.gri School Oradu WOOD CHRYSLER NEWSPAPER FOX THOSE) HAID 53-ltttings Wanted Only' I rimilning: it 111470 Inclueirg : 1472 Jewel B** An.. WolenIrani !
ate NEEDS pot,lion a* aeera lndicpd lot *crnd eeawoll', ..,,'pol heap (
Sanitary Sewer Dmtrirt :No. 3 I I. now complete IaryMI Would liSa 25011 lo do I 5I1j 1/21 anhowa PLYMOUTH, INC TO FIND ITEMS.. STOP .homtt porch batons. air buying condo any Bee ratir tht*. air. 2 bedrooms, 2 bothd,

.. Ja.n OrlPibII. Ml 2 0509 2(40 N Trail Ml yttl mint homee. CARIBBEAN parch, garaga. S19,950. Ma*
I Sane luillbll tenantl for
and connection may be made immrdialt4y.) and other detirtbla rent yourkomi REALTY, 17SO N. TraIl Ml "I. mull tall.

ei>. Lilt thim with ul 2 1151 4/1.t !,tlMOOHINOS J
soc SlIt Av* S Ml 24741 1658 Mandarin Rd., 3

ol :Naples Ordinance VIVIAN OGC REALTOR DELIGHT '.0.... 2 batht control h.1
Section 11.3 (c) City require Three bedroom, 2 beth. Ian
Who Can Do It? ASSOCIATES trel heel end alt conditioning' & olr." parch carperl.At

: that property 0" n.r., hating building) on Dan Burglund. Zelpha Havre Cirpeting throughout encept 2 mortgag Na elating: cell
bedroom. Corn ,lots kltchtn In 1.500. Down J18,400. Ma}
eluding dltpotel end dithottnr
Mutt Sell.
(heir property mud connect to uch acme *) alem 4-Tfade or Sell NIC tcrtened porch .Paved 1"1.

div..y. sodded lawn land'
within daa after the City haa provided the Will lrade equty III Lake ParS tceped Phone 1.11 14104 after US 6th Si. Na.' 3 bedroom
90 Unes.
Their .
Are EXPERTS In County :
These Advertisers houtt. Call for Ml land 2 dOll.in City or. '".11 I PM ddItf58Lots 1 bath, llrepleca' torpor

.anilary erorre. The 90-day period will not commence 'TRADE, iLOT1... 1 good Invattmant. SI 2,9 504SO

They EQUPPEDB! until the anneMinent rhargea' are mailed to are III,SOt Mortgage payment
157 per m*. Went city lot, Lot Laserarl. 2 bedrooms, 2 both, contrhoot
CARIBBEAN, REALTY, 17SO N. Neer tchool and ttoree S2.77I. o. air garaga, woteIrani.
each property owner. This ahould be accomplished SEAWALLSSEA Trail. Ml 7 01St. MARLOWE BECK til SINt'tt1115' S31SOO.I

during August, 1961. Ho. ercr, connectiona maybe DRIVE 971 llfh SI. Na., 3 bedroom

MUSE APPLIANCES 1w WAY SPRAY CO-Sa'ayPa WALLSCONCRETE 57-Houses For Sale l.a's. 100' a Ill' lit. 1'.100 2 baths. large porch goraga

made now.Properly COMPLETE APPLIANCE"' : .nl no ", .t" internet Per hoot 1 .1,. $17,500. sao
SERVICE' ravel irr'.ri. t>e<.ally WOOD POCK FOR SALE UNUSUAL ,large 10' 5 lIE let Dawn SI IS. month with lalint.
Ki tm st sMl FREE kxe ted Lovely college eomo'etoly fur I" Ceqalie I.nd..
reminded that the plumber 22114ANSWERING t Intvred Art S<,*. Midway Foundation Piles mined for only SI 009 Local**) FHA. N* C'O".OI'' "'
owner* are I4 *4ftooft on a high lot nicely lindcaped SO' e IW lot In Ridg Lab.S

Docki-Mooring Whips Art*. It.000. good term 1270 I llth S,. N' ,., 3 badraan
'they choone to make the connection must be Ii. SERVICE I bedroom and 2 ".,h.. nice VIVIAN Odd. REALTOR 2 batht. I I. SOO. D.wll. Ma
elutiv< Automat drydocleABBOTT
rtirtd with i> lAGEN living room.
kitchen Old Sift Ave '0. Ml 2 474tAttociate
'E..H Beautihe proteclt wimming pool and pall *. Right In., Na qualifying
cemed by the City" of Naple A sewer connection lean all nub Fritetlimalei Beautiful landtcaped Dan .
.. ..,..ned in Burglund Zelpha HayreS7fri SI07. month with foe and 'Inie
taiepS.ee ..aoicg.ern.c I Ml | 45 5 NAPLESROOF : Radio Road lot neer the beech for enly ..
aIde email .If... ..111. ... PAINT, _
Permit mud be applied! for at the Water Sewer a Sudan C Iacapl.e.nt eurn.tf INQ CO CLEANING t 1/11101 2 404J t 4311 t 447SRIPRAP 121 SOO Lot u* thaw lIme la you >ORT 10YAL Lot21.. Oal I LoP 25, Block 9, R.yalHarbt

Call I 0355RADIATOR today leon Drive For Sale ar Trod averlaailng boy teowol

Department located in the City Hall Thi. Permit I "...room.. lit bath larg. Ii.,. Wnl Read. O Penan i Herbert. Conn: 2110 Post' Ceil J8,500. ioetiliceJe.95

SERVICE STATIONSALL SE/I AILS Inc room nice, kitchen with -

will coot $1000 and may be take out by the REPAIRS and ROCK GROINS built tcrtened in porch aoplianeet.evirlooklnej' ,*,the.. 39AcreageDISTRESS Lot U. 17th A".. So. Aquc

baSe: near ihopping center and. ,lone, waterfront colt 57 50Clocnfic.
owner or hia plumber. Because of the workload CREDIT CARDS e..**..* Seewolls. Jo.i* beech nice landtcaeod lot all I Owner noedtmoney $6, 250.
Ace Radiator Repairs tit. for only IIS( .KMT II acre. SIM total
Honored AtJIMiS plo,* on*) groina .
being placed on licensed plumbera. peraona arerged Gao tent repaired wtldirif of the eeeve call price Collier County Rl E* Lot 33. Banyan ftlvd. hiI
Steam MARATHONDRCDCIN'G tee any tat Ml I lOlL, Open .Sunday.
cleaning SUNOCO VIVIAN 000 REALTOR. BOO I/?:M 'lei overlooking. Cull. Sac,
eick we 4 delivery .
t* connect to the sewer syttera BOWT Inatead tC4 Dan,. Blvd Ml I 47M CO. Ink Ave So Associate.Phone* Ml 2-4741 For 'trailer e>r homeoite'over" !tea at SS 950.VINCE .

Lifetime Mufflers I eere trcl. IVt acre S acre
of waiting until the ....dliD.. 0,.".., Dragline Dan" Burglund 2.1.' ."* M>Xr* Oracle with electricity and CONBO"I I

RUBBER STAMPS Naples, Fla end Dollar Work.Ak "PRIVATE SALk road. Other big acreage '..e'..
NO BROKERS 120 dn 120 and upCollier Ith Aol P rkway
.ax. Hel MI 2.4323 Owner mutt tell three bedroom. C tr"t: *. MlJ Ph Ml I74S
V. P. WOOD, Jr. let 2 btth home in THE: MOOR .IM* Open Sunday.lutfwth .. -
INQS Central heel and a., TRADE OR SkLL
CALL THE NEWS FOR YACHT BROKERAGE conditioning carpeting throughout _ Timpa A,... 70 large wand,
City Maaager "icrt.cl... Ii 00 dn:: ;ndSIM
__ .. .. 2 bedroom Complete lot. overlooking' Tampa Bat
*> .
m ... .,..,. SJSOn
RUBBER STAMPCommercial C.npbete Na lou LlstsgsFan. bulcn.C; Including dIsposal per NIl trade for property in Cor
21 1964 #180 tebeerd Coals F.w. Ir'M and dithwethor Nice screened mil Irom Golden Oate her or Lee Ca Collier Count
PrintingThafs 7'7 City Collier County Meal Ea-
M.rt 1.11 I porch. paved drivewty. .hal, EdIt*. Ml 2 11) OpeSunday
.'.."k......... CII'ia Craft lalee town Phone Ml' Mao after tale. Ml till. Open Sunday.2Iltfwths *. g/1 '.

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Stmdijr, June 21. 1964

From Western Acute Europe ProsperityBONN Suffers \ C A N N E 0 2 lb. $ 99


Germany (AP)-West.1 fact. that West German firms MARKETS can
ern Europe Is suffering from an are filling their books with ; HAMS
acute attack of prosperity. French and Italian orders. Such
People are earning a lot more trading Is favored by the gradu.
money than they used to, and al disappearance of the tariff
they're not saving to work so wall between Common Market
hard to get It. So they're spend. countries. The big and growing PLUS SO EXTRA FREE fctf GREEN STAMPS w/COUPON
log It with an abandon that has demand for German goods tendsto
the experts worried. raise prices at home Inflation .
Unemployment has Just about can be catching.Johnson WHERE
disappeared: except in Italy.
Even In Italy here are many SHOPPING
# places where labor is short, in ,Ayers Swift's Premium Flavorful
I part because high pay in other ISA
i countries has drained away To Give SpeechesAt

i I skilled About: hands.a million foreign work Toastmasters PLEASURE Bag Sausage 3 Ibs. 99'Swift's

ers have come to West C er. John Johnson and A.P. Ayers
manyand many thousands to are scheduled to address the I 9. Premium TastyBologna
Switzerland and France. They regular meeting of the Naples i r
come not only from Italy and Toastmasters' Club when It holds
Spain, but from Turkey and its dinner meeting *16:30 o'clock (chunk) 3 ibs. 9geHerman'
Greece and even a few from Tuesday night in the Naples Elks
Yugoslavia. Club.
I In Wolfsburg, home of the Les Whitaker will serve as Orange BandWieners
Volkswagen 5,006 young Italian toastmaster, Cliff Wenzel will
I workmen are living three to a give the invocation and Joe San. '' $
room in rows of neat wooden ta will make the Introductions. S barracks. A good deal of the Table topics will be assigned by rp
money they get Is sent home- John Leavltt, v
and helps up the prices of ItalIan Earl Hodges will bethe master Quick Frozen, Pan Ready, Head Off DressedSnapper
goods. evaluator with Coleman Boydand
In West Germany and France Bruce Munm acting as his eval. jTt Red 39'
thousands of good Jobs go beg uators. Jim Koffel will a the lb.
glng for want of applicants.The timer, Ben Caruthers the gram

ployment experts and say call this it results overem.In marian"wizard, of and ahz.Ted" Below, the .. ((114 to 1t/t-Ib. size)

excess demand. The ordinary
Eurooean finds such terms hard
to--understand. To -him tMnr'look "
pretty good, with wages DEATHS 14:11 # o dairy specials _
high, Jobs easy to get, plenty of :
goods in the shops.
The businessman never has William L. (Wild Bill) Carlisle, It} It 1,;, Kraft's Miracle WhippedMargarine
74, ont of the last train robbers
had with
so many customers so ., I-lb.
of the West, died Friday of can. 29'Kraft's
much money in their pockets. chi,
Farmers are doing less well, cer. Carlisle, known as "the
despite hefty government subsl. Robin Hood of the rails," Cheese SpreadVelveeta
and robbed his first train In 1916.He
Wages are so good TAST Y
farm so relatively was sentenced to life Imprison. '
bleak prospects that large numbers of ment In Wyoming but was pa. SWIFT'S ;;:;. 37'Corned
roled In 1936 and received a full
farmers have found Industrial PREMIUM : ,
pardon In 1947.

Jobs.But they are not moving to frozen foodsMinute
town fast enough to satisfy the NEW YORK (AP) Interior % 1 .
need of factories for labor. That design consultant Edith Braze.
Is one reason Industrial wages well Evans Merritt, 51, died Fri. Mold FloridaOrange
keep going up. day after a long Illness. Mrs.
High wages mean high prices Merritt was an editor of Made. BEEF Juice 3 tS 89'
especially in Italy, where the molselle magazine and other
law says price Increases must publications
bring wage Increases as well. VAN CAMPPREPARED SWOIISon' 3-Courte

The economy result Is Is getting that as the hot Italian and EUSTIS, Fl*. (AP) Mrs. IN T-V Dinners g;. 691'

breathless as a puppy chasingits Leon Sibley Haire, who said she Ib 59c TOMATO SAUCE
(Chicken, Turkey, or Salisbury Steak)
tail on a summer afternoonIn was years old and once aspy
Capri. for Gen. Robert, E. Lee,
I France, and to lesser extent died Friday. There are no PORK&BEANS * *
Holland and Belgium, have also known survivors Mrs. Halre
been hit by this kind of in. said she was born In Richmond,
nation. Up to now, West Car, Va., April 19, 1348, and lived Popular Whitehouse
many has been able to avoid It. two doors from Gen. Lee's fam. '
Wages here have gone up but Ily. She said she did underrov. Apple Juice &: 25'
production has kept In step and I. .r work for the general when
prices have held steady. troops were m the mchmond F&P fruitCocktail
They have held so steady in i area. '
00 10 C : 19''

I Pink Lotion Dish Detergent

o down produce lane 0 PIIEASE Penny Saver . 3 Zi:::' $1 1

Kleenex Colored or White

Lorge Texas 2I Jumbo 59HUNT'S

Towels I . . . . rolla
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e I Jftl YUDAN Groon.lIh..c..4..ch... INSTANT Stamps COFFZE I RINSO Tomato

9-oz. jar $1.49 aCass. :
Wrd. JU"9 14. .a41) r:;::,
MWJ" I. ..- NO ooooooooooooooo BLUE JUICE

CHIEF I CHECKS -Wernhtr von Braun director of
I the Marshall Space Flight Center, mil blockhouse p.ri- TXXTR
scope to follow launching of a spacecraft at Cape Ktnnedy. U FREE lJ50 giant 39c Qt.19c

g./t" Green Stamps pkg.

I wi Ilk"All' ew p4*..4*.-ch...."
Hangar Scoop SALADA TEA BAGS Limit 1 per customs' PRICES
aKnow with purcheseo EFFECTIVE
100-ct. pkg. $1.04
1..1'" We*.. Juiw 14 IM4) of !1.00 es' MON., TUES., WED..

Li I)0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OOJULQ.Q.Q.Q t mae JUNE 22, 23, 24, 1964

Your CAPCadet 50 lfO e FREEGreen 50

By Anne Swenson Captain Jay Spencer and .8" Stamps

The squadron was grieved by Captain Joyce Ferrlnwereheardon I willi Au' __..4,.,ch...eh
the sudden death of one of our WNOG'sPubTlmelastThursday KAISER BROILER FOIL
members Dock H. Frye Our afternoon Jay left last Sun- Chicken Of The Sea

deepest sympathy goes to his day for encampment at TyndallAir e.....20-ft..s W.4. toll JU"'45c U 1.4' Chunk Tuna 3 6Vz..I.cent $1 1
wife and son, George (one of Force Base In Panama City. J
our most active cadets.) Services From there he will go to Wash OOOOOOOOOOOQQ.QiQQ.Q( Cairo Beauty Smooth
for Mr.Frye were attended ington and on to England and the .

by senior and cadet members. rest of Great Britain. On June e/RTi--mso P.eanut Butter . . 33
30 Nancy Fisher and Mickey 500 SO uses E' lEAU 050
e e Hearth will be on Pub Time. Cairo Beauty Sweet Mixed
They have been accepted at Eas- Jftl Green Stamps off( Green Stamps n?. 39
There will be a Commander's tern Air Lines Stewardess I .ids Aiacwpanwda.duols I wt.sconeMwdMnd.s..h Pickles . .
call In Fort Myers this Sundaythe School. PiLLSEbRY: / INSTANT POTATOiS HOT SOT:! BUG BOMB
21st 2 There will
( ) at p.m.
2 pkgs. 66cJ4 14-01. bomb 89c
Lt.be a Col change. George of Group Wall command.Is becoming The IT'S A objectives FACT of the Civil r:1:: : -r s. WII t. r 1H4) r;;:, S (....rM Wd. Ju". 14- Iris r::;:, .., .

Task Force Seven com- Air Patrol Cadet Program arelI.Developlng 0.) 0 IOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO) ,.
mander and Major Ray Griffithof an Informed and '

as Group Puma Eight Gorda commander.Is taking over alr-mlndcd 2.-r raining citizenry.In citizenship, 50mEp 1ta 50 50 FREE 50I /

e character ship, drill development and exercise, of leader-com- J"( Green Stamps J"( Green Stamps B VUDLIA

Next Tuesday night Is the mand through selfgovernmentIn I Hik Sill__..4...>diM.ell I I ..I* Alt' <*_..4........w.k I B
monthly meeting of our squadron. the cadet program.3Famlllarlzatlon. SNOWY DRY BLEACH "Unox" Imported Conned Hams ;MAR K E tRR
with the
Staff officers have been reg. pks. 49c 2-lb. con $1.99
meeting weekly. All membersare Civil Air Patrol and the U.S. a ked( to please be present Air Force--their relationship, aam/
at 8 i.m. objectives and organizations. D OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOQ OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO1O


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